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The Get Up Show
Maybe Masks Are A Good Idea After All

The Get Up Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 1:43


Women are saying they enjoy wearing masks because it has deterred creepy men from leering at them. For Sean, it seems to have had the opposite effect!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Le Run Down
#70: Sean Hamilton - Runner, Writer, Working for Hoka, Discovery on foot, Author, Connections through running

Le Run Down

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 128:30


This episode was brought to you by our friends at Velofix. DM @velofixquebec on IG to get your exclusive LE RUN DOWN PROMO CODE and receive 15% OFF your next tune up. On this episode of Le Run Down I had a great conversation with runner, writer and community builder, Sean Hamilton. Running is a journey. For Sean, his next step was a 6 month runcation to discover new places on foot, but it was cut short by the pandemic. Settling in Vancouver, he found the trails and the words to write his first book. He even landed a job with one of the fastest growing brands in running. And with the birth of a run group called "Dark Starts", Sean certainly seems to have found his new home. News notes: https://runningmagazine.ca/uncategorized/7-reasons-youre-running-slower/ (https://runningmagazine.ca/uncategorized/7-reasons-youre-running-slower/) Show notes: https://www.instagram.com/itsmeseanhamilton/ (Sean Hamilton (he/him) (@itsmeseanhamilton) • Instagram photos and videos) https://longdistance.world/rttw (rttw - Long Distance) https://www.instagram.com/p/CM5A9YTHrrk/ (Like the Wind Magazine (@likethewindmag) • Instagram photos and videos) News: https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/canadian-military-intelligence-monitored-black-lives-matter-movement-claiming-pandemic-justified-such-actions (Ottawa Citizen - Canadian military intelligence monitored Black Lives Matter movement, claiming pandemic justified such actions) https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/05/world/americas/colombia-covid-protests-duque.html (The New York Times - Colombia Police Respond to Protests With Bullets, and Death Toll Mounts) https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/may/04/los-angeles-sheriffs-harass-families-of-victims-report (The Guardian - ‘We’re terrorized’: LA sheriffs frequently harass families of people they kill, says report) https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2021/05/06/team-of-toronto-cops-conspired-to-lie-in-court-under-oath-judge-finds.html (Toronto Star - Team of Toronto cops conspired to lie in court under oath, judge finds) How to Help: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter - Ways You Can Help) https://blacklivesmatter-canada.carrd.co/ (Black Lives Matter Canada) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZH0xk5FqYJXwymoue-dnjqJEMj3FplF0Om8wdm8HZd0/edit (Montreal-Based Racial Justice Organizations) https://bailfunds.github.io/ (List of American and Canadian Bail Funds) Educational Materials: https://www.reclaimtheblock.org/home/#resources (Reclaim The Block - Resources and Downloads) http://criticalresistance.org/abolish-policing/ (Critical Resistance - Abolish Policing) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYn1EYMdFkqnY2I4I8FzaJoGqEGLdHi6v (Critical Resistance - Breaking Down the Prison Industrial Complex video series) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEVoX-RwMJw&bpctr=1591459509 (Second Thought - America's Police Problem)

Solihull Radio Podcasts
Deja Vu - The Cover Song Show - 02.03.21

Solihull Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 61:43


21. Déjà vu - Cover Songs Show. Tuesday 2nd March. Presented by Rich Davies   All along the watchtower - John Cale (Bob Dylan 1968) One way or Another - Sophie Ellis Bextor (Blondie 1978) I Feel for You – Chaka Khan (Prince 1979) For Lee Guest Whole Lotta Love – The Dynamics (Led Zeppelin 1969) Another Bites The Dust – Eve St. Jones (Queen 1980) Fall in Love with a Boy – Joss Stone (The White Stripes 2002) Never, Never Gonna Give You Up – Cake (Barry White 1973) For Stuart. The 'In' Crowd – Dobie Gray (1964) For my Mom. The 'In' Crowd – Byan Ferry (1974) You Shook Me All Night Long – Big & Rich (AC/DC 1980) For Marty Listen to Your Heart – Leo & Violet Orlandi (Roxette 1988) For Paul Survivor – Zebrahead (Beyonce 2002) For Hayley & Val Temptation – Rosetta Stone (Heaven 17 1983) For Sean and Ian Weak – Marie Picasso (Skunk Anansie 1996) Heart-Shaped Box – Lena Hall (Nirvana 1993) Miss Audrey from the epic Netflix series Snowpiercer.

Word Docs
“What Did the '80s Bring Us?” (Coping with the Unexpected)

Word Docs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 31:59


There's no getting around the fact that we live in strange and difficult times, from a global pandemic to a ‘Leader of the Free World' who refuses to concede defeat ––  but, never fear, the Word Docs are here to provide their remedies! Join Amy, Alex and Sean as they unpack the ups and downs of creating new work and telling new stories in the midst of isolation and upheaval. For Sean, it's about chocolate. For Alex, it's about Moscato. For Amy, it's about finding a room without a random relative in it. Every decade has its challenges, and its lessons...now is the perfect time to reflect on where we've been and plan ahead for the tales of tomorrow.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Big Brain Channel
“What Did the '80s Bring Us?” (Coping with the Unexpected)

Big Brain Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 31:59


There's no getting around the fact that we live in strange and difficult times, from a global pandemic to a ‘Leader of the Free World' who refuses to concede defeat ––  but, never fear, the Word Docs are here to provide their remedies! Join Amy, Alex and Sean as they unpack the ups and downs of creating new work and telling new stories in the midst of isolation and upheaval. For Sean, it's about chocolate. For Alex, it's about Moscato. For Amy, it's about finding a room without a random relative in it. Every decade has its challenges, and its lessons...now is the perfect time to reflect on where we've been and plan ahead for the tales of tomorrow.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Auscast Literature Channel
“What Did the '80s Bring Us?” (Coping with the Unexpected)

Auscast Literature Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 31:59


There's no getting around the fact that we live in strange and difficult times, from a global pandemic to a ‘Leader of the Free World' who refuses to concede defeat ––  but, never fear, the Word Docs are here to provide their remedies! Join Amy, Alex and Sean as they unpack the ups and downs of creating new work and telling new stories in the midst of isolation and upheaval. For Sean, it's about chocolate. For Alex, it's about Moscato. For Amy, it's about finding a room without a random relative in it. Every decade has its challenges, and its lessons...now is the perfect time to reflect on where we've been and plan ahead for the tales of tomorrow.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Still To Be Determined
36: Fuel Cells are Hard

Still To Be Determined

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 29:40


...to understand. For Sean. But Matt helps him through it! We talk through a lot of questions around efficiency, why they aren’t catching on in cars compared to battery electric vehicles. Plus, an instructional blooper on how to pronounce "hydrogen production." Episode: https://youtu.be/DTPt32lZY30 Get in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedback Undecided with Matt Ferrell: https://www.youtube.com/undecidedmf  

GuysBeerSports
Episode 5: The teams we choose.

GuysBeerSports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 53:57


Episode 5: The teams we choose.Episode at: GBS.buzzsprout.com and YouTube at Guys.Beer.SportsBrad and Sean welcome the NFL back to a new season. Review Game 7 of the Raptors/Celtics series 2020. Sean gets asked the Wife Sports Question of the Week. Then they talk about manly farts, and ponder why some people don’t like sports. The boys share their stories about how they came to support the teams they do.This weeks featured beers are: For Sean, Hunky Dory, a pale ale, from Boxing Rock Brewery, in Shelburne, Nova Scotia https://boxingrock.ca/ And for Brad goes old school with a Miller Lite, a light pilsner ale, from Milwaukee, WI https://www.millerlite.com/ Remember to join us in our virtual sports bar conversations on Facebook and Instagram. Guys.Beer.SportsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GuysBeerSports)

GuysBeerSports
Episode 4: Celebrities, Airports, and the NFL

GuysBeerSports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2020 69:40


Episode 4: Celebrities, Airports, and the NFLBrad and Sean share stories of celebrity encounters, including an embarrassing date experience being heckled by Russell Peters, and Brad meeting The Undertaker, after feeling his ‘Presence’ in the Airport. The boys talk about a Michael Jordan/Jimmy Butler conspiracy. And then they go deep into the NFL season and how they think it will play out. This weeks featured beers are: For Sean, the Tall Ship, an east coast ale, from Garrison Brewing Company, in Halifax, NS https://www.garrisonbrewing.com/And for Brad, Irish Death, a porter from Iron Horse Brewery in Ellensburg, WA https://www.ironhorsebrewery.com/Remember to join us in our virtual sports bar conversations on Facebook and Instagram. Guys.Beer.SportsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/GuysBeerSports)

The Sales Evangelist
TSE 1333: Using Video To Improve Lead Generation

The Sales Evangelist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 35:01


Using Video To Improve Lead Generation   There have been huge improvements in lead generation tools that salespeople can use with much more efficiency. In this episode, Sean Gordon will discuss the video technology he and his team created called vidREACH and how it can be used to improve contact with prospects.   Ideas to improve lead generation With  technology available today, people are seeing video as an effective tool to improve lead generation. Forbes projects that 80% - 85% of all content by 2022 will be sent through videos as people are turning to mobile-based apps. A 30 second video easily replaces 500-word content.    Salespeople want a platform that allows them to stand out in their industry so they need a personalized approach to make a human connection, especially when the pandemic has made it difficult for people to gather. This human connection leads to more conversation, then appointments, and eventually, closing more deals. Regardless of the channel you use to connect with other people, whether it be through LinkedIn, email, traditional email, messenger - you need a workflow.    Sean's system allows you to figure out that workflow as you send personalized messages. With Sean's plug and play approach, you can  load your contacts with their first name, last name, and email and once that's done, you can then create a video or an email template that can be used again.   Video to increase lead generation Anyone can just send a video at any stage but it's the format that matters. Remember that  videos are more like wallpapers that are clickable, and they're hyperlinks that allow you to pick-up thumbnails you want to go into.    Effective Video formats Everyone is different. There are some progressive companies. Some would use a breakup email and others go for personalized formats to give that raw and authentic feel to it. The standard best practices are some of the basics in video creation. This includes the proper lighting, the camera angle, the background, good audio, a good video quality, the use of a teleprompter script, and other equipment.    For Sean, a 30-45 seconds video is enough. The key to improve lead generation using videos isn't the length but the message - the shorter the message, the more effective it becomes. Create your message in a way that personalizes it to the person you're targeting so think about their industry and their challenges.    “Using Video To Improve Lead Generation” episode resources  Connect with Sean via his LinkedIn account. You can also visit their website to get a chance to speak with him personally.  If you are interested in more sales stories, you can talk to Donald directly. Reach him via these channels: LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook about any sales concerns.  This episode is brought to you in part by Crmble, the easy-peasy CRM for Trello that helps you manage your contacts and leads without investing in complicated solutions, sync all your data, manage custom fields, and get powerful reporting on your sales. Try Crmble now for free at www.crmble.com/tse. This course is also brought to you in part by TSE Certified Sales Training Program. It's a course designed to help new and struggling sellers to master the fundamentals of sales and close more deals. It will help them elevate their sales game. Sign up now and get the first two modules for free! You can go and visit www.thesalesevangelist.com/closemoredeals also call us at (561) 570-5077.  We'd love for you to join us for our next episodes so tune in on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Stitcher, and Spotify. You can also leave comments, suggestions, and ratings to every episode you listen to.  You can also read more about sales or listen to audiobooks on Audible and explore this huge online library. Register now to get a free book and a 30-day free trial.  Audio provided by Free SFX and Bensound. Other songs used in the episodes are as follows: The Organ Grinder written by Bradley Jay Hill, performed by Bright Seed, and Produced by Brightseed and Hill.

Tech Qualified
When ‘Cataclysmic Change’ Makes Your Services a Necessity with Sean Spicer at Agile IT

Tech Qualified

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2020 28:45


Sean Spicer’s experience in digital marketing spans 20 years — and he hasn’t looked back.    On this episode of Tech Qualified, Justin Brown interviews Sean, who is the Director of Sales and Marketing at Agile IT, a company that provides cloud-first managed services. His company has been at the forefront of the digital revolution for years. But recently some things have changed. When the stay-at-home orders came in as COVID-19 started spreading in the US, the phones started ringing off the hook. Companies needed solutions for their sudden remote workforce — and they needed them fast.  “We're in a really fortunate place that this is a solution we've offered, and now we're just developing it a little bit more and delivering it a little bit faster,” he says. For Sean, being able to provide essential services that allow people and their companies to work in safe conditions from their homes has also affected him personally, giving him renewed purpose: “Seeing those impacts and seeing how we're actually helping instead of just being another technology company really gives me chills.”

Train More Play Less
2. Division 1 Baseball Brothers/Brothers Playing Multiple Sports and Having Fun

Train More Play Less

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 42:13


We are going to do things a little differently on today’s episode of the podcast.  We usually have ex-pros, coaches, mental coaches, or program owners.  Today we have two more Division 1 baseball players on the podcast.  The reason we are doing it differently is that these guys have made such a huge impact on the kids in our facility right now.  The kids are always asking if these players are going to be at the facility.  For these younger kids, they know they want to be D1 ballplayers because they love the sport.  These last two to three weeks they have actually been able to see what that dream looks like.  They see what these D1 guys look like and how they train.  Seeing their commitment has made the younger players want to train even more.  Today we are interviewing brothers, Matt McLain and Sean McLain. Matt is a sophomore and plays baseball for UCLA and Sean plays baseball at Arizona State.  Matt was drafted by Major League Baseball in the first round after high school and turned down a lot of money and went to school. Our youth throughout the country need to hear this.    Show Notes: [02:47] Matt McLain is a sophomore.  He plays shortstop at UCLA.  [02:52] Sean McLain is 19 years old and plays baseball at Arizona State.   [03:15] Sean shares his baseball journey and the importance of playing multiple sports.  [04:50] Their parents encouraged them to play more than one sport very early on. Play all the sports, have fun, meet new friends, and see what you like.   [06:04] They played Little League until they were 12 years old and then they moved on to travel ball through high school.   [08:48] Having each other and competing with each other made them all better.  [09:48] In 6th grade, Matt knew that he wanted to play sports for the rest of his life.  He loved baseball and football.  In 8th grade, baseball became his favorite sport.   [10:48] Matt was drafted in the first round after his senior year, but really wanted to follow his dream of going to UCLA.   [12:22] Matt had his dreams set early of going to UCLA and he made it happen.   [13:41] Matt gives the credit for his success to his parents who taught them if they want something they have to work hard at it.    [14:26] If you work hard and stay positive you will get something good out of whatever it is.     [17:52] Freshman year in college can be tough.  You have to fight really hard for a position on the field.   [19:09] For Matt, college baseball was more mental.  You can’t let what other people think about you catch up with you.   [20:04] As a freshman, Sean got off to a great start but a week before opening day he broke a bone in his hand.   [20:31] Get as many quality at-bats as you can.  Look at the positive side of tough situations, because you are just going to get better.   [21:37] For Sean it was really tough as his first time living alone, but he started setting reminders on his phone so he was always where he needed to be.   [22:26] It was the first time that Sean had to step out of his comfort zone and talk to other guys since he didn’t have Matt around.  He was lucky that some guys took him under their wing.    [24:16] Time management is big because you are going to have school, laundry, practice, and many other responsibilities.  Don’t procrastinate on your homework.  [26:11] They would go to school and then have practice right after school.  They would come home to eat dinner and after dinner, they would work out in their garage with each other.   [27:03] At college they would eat breakfast, lift weights, shower, and then go to class.  After class, they would go to practice.       [27:53] It is really important to get ahead of your next day.  Sean liked to plan out his next day in advance so he knew what he was doing and what free time he had.   [28:55] School is always the main thing for each day.  School is first and baseball is second.  [29:44] It is not just about baseball.  There are so many other things you have to focus on including school, family time, and religion.    [30:46] You can’t put all your eggs in one basket.  You have to be well rounded.   [31:36] Grades are really important.  They open up opportunities that otherwise would never happen.    [32:28] Matt always tries to create a challenge for himself in the classroom and on the field.   [32:50] At the end of the day it all comes down to if you are having fun.  If you’re not having fun playing baseball then don’t play it.   [34:40] These guys have made a huge impact on the kids at the facility.   [35:11] If you can take care of the small details, baseball is going to take care of itself.   [36:17] They did a few showcases, but Matt got recruited to UCLA through his high school team.  If you are good enough, they will find you at your own high school or travel team.  [37:02] If they are recruiting you, they know you are a good enough player.  The difference is in the type of person and teammate you are and the type of grades you get.   [38:40] No matter what happens just keep the same attitude and don’t slump your shoulders.   [40:09] Matt is an energy giver to his team.  Sean took it upon himself to be a leader on his team even as a freshman.   Links and Resources: Train More Play Less Website Train More Play Less on Instagram Train More Play Less on YouTube Train More Play Less on Facebook Train More Play Less Podcast Matt on Instagram UCLA Baseball on Instagram Sean on Instagram Arizona State Baseball

Work and Home with Sean & Sasha
Pandemic Self-Care 101: Candles, Breakfast and Moon Dances

Work and Home with Sean & Sasha

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020 44:27


Sean and Sasha share how they define and practice self-care. For Sean, breakfast time is sacred and Sasha is all about protecting her energy. They discuss how the precariousness of black life in America weighs on their mental health but ultimately find healing and restoration in the Jill Scott vs. Erykah Badu battle. How do you define and practice self care? Join the conversation on social media!

Kurious City
Kurious City Episode 16: Lockdown Special

Kurious City

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2020 16:59


Today's episode features award-winning comedian, promoter & official C19 survivor, Sean Morley. He talks to us from the now-familiar confines of his bedroom about the impact of the virus on his own career, the comedy industry as a whole & how he's attempting to diversify via live-streaming in his (admittedly very smart) Paisley pyjamas. Tune in to hear his top lockdown lol-heavy comedy picks! Links below: For Sean's work: www.youtube.com/user/SeanComedyMorley/ www.twitch.tv/seanmorl For others mentioned: Chris Gethard Public Access Archives- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHAPS5yR3ik&list=PLBDD9FE63007B95C Delightful Sausage (Tiredness Kills)-https://www.thedelightfulsausage.com/podcast-tiredness-kills Stath Lets Flats: https://www.channel4.com/programmes/stath-lets-flats Next Up Comedy: https://nextupcomedy.com/watch-stand-up-comedy/ Mandatory Redistribution Party: https://mandatoryredistributionparty.podbean.com/

Godley & Creme's Consequences
Consequences 10cc podcast 36 - Godley and Creme: Wide Boy, Submarine and Ismism (1980-1)

Godley & Creme's Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2020 78:04


Sean and Paul are joined by Godley and Creme aficionado Michael Ferreri for our journey into the duo's 1980s work. Paul's chiming in from a B&B in Liverpool, and their steam-powered wi-fi renders him a little bit 'Inanimate Objects'! We start with a bang, with the cracking, stand-alone single 'Wide Boy', and its wonderfully innovative video. We muse on how this wasn't a hit. The same simply isn't true of its follow-up, 'Submarine' - a curious instrumental that was re-released a year later as a b-side with lyrics. An odd single choice, to say the least. 'Ismism' saw Kevin and Lol enjoy their first commercial success since their split from 10cc in 1976. All three of us adore the haunting 'Under Your Thumb', but Paul's not enamoured of hit number 2 'Wedding Bells'. The third single, 'Snack Attack', has Mike's taste buds really kicking in. In fact, he'll later engage with this hilarious rap in a unique and special way! For Sean, this is one of several tracks on the album that demonstrate Kevin Godley's fantastic wordplay. 'Joey's Camel' and 'Lonnie' see the lyricist journeying into dark, strange but highly inventive territory. We have a lot to say about the duo's new sound, with their songwriting modus operandi now shaped by Lol's home studio experiments and new, more current electronic treatment.  Other tracks we feel are simply filler - 'Ready for Ralph' and 'Sale of the Century' - don't find many fans here, but all three of us are fascinated by 'The Party'! 1-star, 2-owner, shagged-out chic? No - we find so much to talk about here. Not for everyone, this record, but we're glad it exists. It's strange, flawed and fascinating - very Godley and Creme! Look out in the next three episodes for our analyses of 'Birds of Prey', 'History Mix v1' and 'Goodbye Blue Sky'. 

Smart Software with SmartLogic
Sean Lewis from Divvy on Performance, Hiring and Training

Smart Software with SmartLogic

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2020 34:34


Today on Elixir Wizards we are delighted to be joined by Sean Lewis, a senior backend architect at Divvy. One of the many impressive facts about Sean is that he is entirely self-taught, from dabbling in Python and coding to eventually writing a bunch of Ruby tests and working his way up in the product development sphere. In his free time, he likes to play around with electronics and work on other tech-related projects such as developing custom smart home devices. In this episode, Sean discusses his recent Meetup talk on the implementation of Broadway and explains Divvy’s tech stack choices that include React, Elixir, and Python. He dives into the topic of hiring for Elixir, outlining the challenges and providing strategies and resources to equip new developers in the area of functional programming. For Sean, the most important aspect of onboarding is teaching newcomers to ask the right questions since this is the foundation of the problem-solving process. He shares about Divvy’s approach to recruitment, his role as mentor, how they go about retaining and continuously growing their developers, the importance of being teachable, and then Sean concludes by giving listeners practical advice for ensuring data fidelity. Key Points From This Episode: Sean’s self-taught journey and role as senior backend architect at Divvy. The smart home projects he has recently worked on, including a smart garage. An overview of Broadway and Sean’s Meetup talk regarding implementation. The straightforward tech stack at Divvy: React, Elixir, and Python. The difficulty of hiring for Elixir and finding fintech companies that use Elixir. Strategies and resources for training new engineers on Elixir and functional programming. Why fintech works well with functional programming in the context of authorization. Training state-minimization as a primary concern. Onboarding: a process of teaching developers to ask the right questions. Divvy’s approach to finding and recruiting new employees. Thoughts on why so many Utahn companies use Elixir and the city’s exponential growth. How Sean was recruited by Divvy, his progression to architect, and his role as a mentor. Critical practices for onboarding developers, including assimilating them into the culture. How Devvy continues to grow and retain its engineers. The importance of challenging yourself, constantly learning, and staying teachable. Implementing high-quality checkpoints and other advice for ensuring data fidelity. Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Sean Lewis on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-lewis-40375077/ Sean Lewis on Twitter — https://twitter.com/fricsean?lang=en Sean Lewis on GitHub — https://github.com/SophisticaSean Divvy — https://getdivvy.com Ruby — https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/ Broadway — https://hexdocs.pm/broadway/amazon-sqs.html Utah Elixir Meetup — https://www.meetup.com/utah-elixir React — https://reactjs.org Elixir — https://elixir-lang.org Susumu Yamazaki on Twitter — https://twitter.com/zacky1972 Domain Modeling Made Functional — https://www.amazon.com/Domain-Modeling-Made-Functional-Domain-Driven-ebook/dp/B07B44BPFB Slack — https://slack.com/ MongoDB — https://www.mongodb.com PostgreSQL — https://www.postgresql.org Elixir Wizards Podcast — https://podcast.smartlogic.io SmartLogic — https://smartlogic.io/ Special Guest: Sean Lewis.

XXO
e6: FINDING PURPOSE IN PRISON, a CLEAN SLATE featuring Sean Hykey | Lyricist/Songwriter, Resistance Training Advisor, Motivator of Self-Control and Discipline, Keto/Carnivore Lifestyle

XXO

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2020 28:34


Sean Hykey and I met through a Gary Vee Instagram post. He was relentless in positive responses to what seemed like hundreds of people commenting on Gary’s post. So I DM’d him. And we became friends. His content was undeniably vulnerable, inspirational, motivational and pure. Everything keto, fit, rapping, and positivity. How was he this comfortable with himself? Spending time with yourself borders confinement in prison. It removes all distraction where you are left with nothing but yourself. For Sean, it was just that. It took time in prison blocking out all the noise to understand his purpose in life. Growing up, selling drugs was cool. So was school. Selling ounces of weed per day with perfect attendance in high school provided the perfect contrast until years later it caught up. We talked about purpose, self-worth and being a worthy person, distractions, habits and the people we choose to surround ourself with, transformation, life during and after prison, Body by Jake, fitness, becoming a man, mindset, gift of connection, self-love, motivation, affirmations, the genuine life, and waking up knowing every day that you have to grind twice as hard now in order to get where you want to be due to your past. How fitting this was my first REMOTE podcast. I can’t think of anyone I’d rather spend time with. We are all nothing more than regular human beings with mistakes in our past. Becoming a better version of ourself every day, we can be worthy of more than a criminal. Leaving a lot on the table of what could be accomplished, this is by no means an excuse. While not all of us have lived in prison, many of us live in one mentally. If you decide to give up and do nothing then that part of you might as well stay in prison. In your comfort zone, you’re locked up. Returning is being institutionalized. Enjoy,Jason Lebowitz - XXOCONNECTION OVER CONVENIENCEFollow us on Socials!https://www.xxoconnect.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonlebowitz/@jaeiouy IG@jaeiouy TikTok@xxoconnect Youtube@hykeyfit IG@HykeyFit Twitter

Nationals Talk
Sean Doolittle's "Star Wars Pod": SPOILER ALERT

Nationals Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2020 37:16


Sean Doolittle joins Todd Dybas to give his full analysis on the latest Star Wars movie "Rise of Skywalker". As Nats fans know, Sean is a huge Star Wars fan, including last summer's bobblehead featuring him yielding a lightsaber. Included in this, is the moment where Todd breaks the news of Daniel Hudson's signing to Sean. THIS CONTAINS MANY SPOILERS, YOU ARE FOREWARNED.For Sean's full reaction to Hudson & talking about hoping Washington lands Josh Donaldson, please download our previous episode from Tuesday January 7th.

The FORT with Chris Powers
#29: Sean Conway - Launching Brands & Being on Shark Tank

The FORT with Chris Powers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 65:51


Sean Conway is an avid traveler and former CEO of Pillow, a company he co-founded. Pillow partners with Multifamily property owners to provide short-term rentals as an amenity to their residents. Pillow's turn key software makes hosting easy, profitable, and compliant. Sean held leadership positions from conception to $17.5 million in funding and a successful acquisition by the Expedia Group in September 2018. Prior to Pillow, Sean was the Co-Founder of Notehall, an online class and study notes provider, which was acquired by Chegg in 2011. For Sean’s ingenuity, he was named one of the “Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25″ by Business Week in 2009. Sean is an active angel investor and enjoys mentoring startups/programs, such as BUILD. For more information on Chris Powers and Fort Capital, visit www.fortcapitallp.com. Follow Chris on Twitter! @fortworthchris Connect with The FORT by emailing us at thefortpodcast@gmail.com. 01:18 – Sean’s “Snag Your Ticket Aboard the Magic School Bus” Blog Post  05:30 – Sean and Chris’ Experience Traveling to Other Countries  11:11 – How does the meaning of entrepreneurship change as you start more companies? 12:44 – Sean’s Experience on Shark Tank  17:07 – Notehall 19:00 – What is it like to exit a business in the technology industry?  30:28 – Do you fall out of love with your business when the opportunity to sell becomes a reality?  33:35 – How was your experience selling Pillow and Notehall? How did you tell employees? 42:05 – Do you want to stay in a similar industry, or are you moving on?  44:00 – Meditation and Journaling 45:49 – Expedia & Sean’s Goal to Not Start a Company for 3+ Years  46:23 – Employee Turnover When You Sell a Company 48:18 – Favorite Interview Questions & Using Executive Recruiters   56:07 – Growth Hacking a Network

Standing in the 6IX
#13 Believe and Sacrifice

Standing in the 6IX

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2019 75:46


Like millions of other 80’s babies, Sean Pierson’s favourite arcade game was the legendary Street Fighter. Known on the block to whoop you with Blanka ‘just for kicks’, Guile was his go-to when things got serious. For Sean, fighting was more then a game, it was his passion. Competing nationally as a Greco-Roman wrestler, Sean eventually took up another fight. Fighting crime as a cop. But at the age of 34 and with everything on the line, Sean left the Toronto Police to pursue his true fight dream - to compete in the UFC.  Now after 5 years of a stellar UFC career, winning his last 3 bouts, Sean has taken up another fight! - teaching businesses how to protect themselves in the dangerous digital world of IT.  Ladies and gentlemen, Sean Pierson.  FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - https://www.instagram.com/michaelreve... Constantine - https://www.instagram.com/cobs00/ Jerry - https://www.instagram.com/abramagrams/ WATCH ON YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmLG_F8lpqUkMt47JmV1PDg/featured

No Barriers
A 29,000 Foot Platform of Hope: Meet Cancer Survivor and Adventurer, Sean Swarner

No Barriers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2019 52:01


Shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday Sean Swarner came to Launchpad studios to meet with Jeff and Erik and speak about his journey beating the odds to become an incredible adventurer and inspiration to so many. With only one functioning lung, a prognosis of fourteen days to live, and being in a medically-induced coma for a year, Sean Swarner is the first cancer survivor to stand on top of Mt. Everest. Sean has broken through defined human limitation in order to redefine the way the world views success. Diagnosed with two deadly, different, and unrelated forms of cancer, once age thirteen and again at age sixteen. Sean astounded the medical community when he survived both. He realized that after defeating cancer twice, no challenge would ever be too great, no peak too high. He has since topped the “7-Summits”and skied both the South and the North Poles. He continues to test his own endurance and inspire and motivate people around the world with his message of hope. He founded the non-profit organization, The CancerClimber Association, and is now an author, speaker, and most recently the feature of the documentary: True North. The episode opens with Sean discussing his childhood. He talks about growing up in the Midwest with a rather typical upbringing, including engaging in sports like running cross country, soccer, and swimming. At age 13, a knee injury that led to complications the doctors ended up finding his first cancer-advanced stage IV Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He was given 3 months to live. His treatment began immediately and this overtook everything in his life. “Our entire lives as a family was on hold.” Coming to terms with his diagnosis was also a challenge. As his hair fell out and he gained weight from the treatments, Sean was suddenly thrust into living a life completely unlike his friends and peers. Constantly in the hospital he was alone and scared. But he had to take stock of his situation: “I could either fight or die.” At age 15, while in remission, a second cancer was discovered - totally unrelated to the first. This one was even more rare and the prognosis was a 6% chance of survival. “The odds are winning the lottery four times in a row with the same numbers.” At that point it would have been easy for Sean to lose hope but he attributes his fighting spirit and the fact that he survived to a number of factors, including: “It was a combination of modern medicine, family support, prayer, and an inner will to not give up...to go one day at a time to make those days become a habit, instead of focusing on the negative.” “I wasn’t focused on not dying, I was focused on living.” This time around, according to his doctors, Sean had two weeks to live. Treatments included more chemo and a medically induced coma. But once he came out the other side he realized he had learned so much about himself and what drives him. Erik asks if he still feels fear or trauma based on his experiences and Sean responds that at least once a year when he goes in for a yearly check up he feels those sensations but realizes that worrying about it ultimately does not do any good. He makes the decision to think positively. For example, from his time as a cancer patient, Sean still uses the power of positive affirmations. Always believing today will be the best day ever for the mere fact that you are still alive. After his teen years, and recovering from two cancers, Sean headed to college. He changed his course a few times which he discusses. Realizing he wanted to help others touched by cancer - to provide them hope, he decides to climb Mt. Everest. He knew that if someone who had overcome cancer reached the top of the highest peak in the world it would be a huge beacon of hope for so many people around the world who were struggling with their own illnesses. So, with one functioning lung, Sean started training. He was living at sea level in Florida but despite his location and the doubts of almost everyone he knew, he poured his heart and soul into his effort. Nine months later he was at Everest basecamp, ready to make his way up the mountain. Sean treated every step along the way as a new PR (Personal Record) and felt blessed with each passing day. Jeff and Erik discuss the various physical difficulties they personally encountered on Everest and how Sean had similar experiences, but his were only amplified by having just one lung. Despite it all, Sean reached the summit on a beautiful day, surpassing everyone’s expectations. Erik and Jeff want to know how Sean builds this positive mindset; how he was able to channel his focus. Sean discusses the significance of having folks who are struggling with cancer cheering him on from all around the world. Cancer patients can't just take a day off. For Sean, that was the ultimate push forward. When Sean returned he was hoping his message would catch on in the media but he realized he had to do even more. He ended up doing the “Grand Slam” of adventures and then started visiting hospitals around the globe to meet patients with cancer. He formed relationships and kept in contact with so many folks to pass along his message of hope. Jeff continues to probe into Sean’s psyche. How does he live the way he does? How doesn’t he let his circumstances get him down? Sean talks about making “micro-changes” in his life and also always having gratitude. After all, it was his conditions that led to the trajectory of his career and have enabled him to help so many others. “So many people are fixated on what’s comfortable. Life begins outside your comfort zone but fear holds them back.” Sean put together a program that includes micro-changes that was created for cancer patients but is applicable to anyone. The changes help you tap into what is your value system and to stay true to that vision. The link is at the bottom of this show description. Sean now speaks to groups to spread his message of hope, has authored a book, is starring in a documentary, has created his 7 day (free!) program for cancer patients, and most importantly co-founded his non-profit: The Cancer Climber Association. Sean continues to advocate for others. Please check out his latest cause as part of The Cancer Climber Association in the links below. Sean's documentary: True North Help Sean raise funds for The Cancer Climber Association Download Sean's 7 day guide to jumpstart your own journey. Learn more about Sean and book him to speak here. Find Sean on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn: @SeanSwarner

Leadership and the Environment
153: Sean O'Connor, part 1: From paper cups to evaluating life

Leadership and the Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 40:42


Today's guest, Sean, is a friend. We recorded this conversation before the podcast launched in November 2017. It took a while to get through the editing process, but I wanted to post it to document the evolution of the podcast and me.For Sean, it shows him as a leader of leaders, since all the guests since followed him. In showing that I grew as an interviewer, finding a purpose, strategy, and voice, I hope it shows the accessibility for anyone to take an environmental leadership role.This conversation helped the podcast's strategy emerge. It's largely based on learning that community influences behavior more than facts.So I'm bringing world-renowned guests -- people in everyone's communities. If Oprah shares her environmental values, acts on them, and shares that the results bring her joy and liberation, I think many others will -- not blindly following her as a celebrity but acting on their values as she acts on hers.This conversation enabled what came next. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

FourFiveSix.org: Great Ideas for your Preteen Ministry
FFS 291: LEADERSHIP IDEA: Renewing Your Passion

FourFiveSix.org: Great Ideas for your Preteen Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2018 6:44


Today on the podcast, Sean speaks with Hannah Bush, a pastor at a church in Texas and a writer for Deeply Rooted Curriculum, regarding the idea of renewing your passion for preteen ministry. By stepping out of the leadership role and stepping down into the trenches and being on the level with the students. For Sean that meant giving up all his leadership roles at camp this summer and passing those off to other leadership and becoming a cabin leader. It was an amazing week of ministry, allowing him to walk away with a renewed mindset of why he is doing what he is doing in ministry. Hannah had a similar renewing experience this summer. Hannah also runs the 1st -3rd grade at the church and this pulls her away from the preteens. This summer she decided she wanted to step back into the preteen side of the ministry. She normally delegates out the one on one time and teaching roles to others because it works. She decided she wanted to “dig back down to roots” of preteen ministry and take 3-weeks and teach both services this summer. It had its challenges on the logistics side, but it has been a refreshing start going into the fall. It rejuvenates your passion for why you do what you do. Have a question about preteen ministry or a unique preteen ministry idea that we can feature on our podcast?  Send it to podcast@fourfivesix.org. Looking for a great community of preteen leaders that you can plug into? Join us at http://fourfivesix.org/.

Reel Friends, No Borders
Episode 11 - Oscars, Oscars, Oscars!

Reel Friends, No Borders

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2018 37:39


The Academy Awards are almost here! This week, Joanna and Sean devote an entire episode to discussing the biggest categories at the 2018 Oscars! The friends share their strategies as they pick who they think will win and who they want to win. For Joanna, the stars have aligned this year as many of the individuals she wants to win are the same people she thinks will win. For Sean, it all comes down to one nominee in one category: Guillermo del Toro in Best Director. Spoiler warning: Sean and Joanna discuss the ending of the film Call Me By Your Name and how it differs from the book (30-33 minutes).

Just Forking Around
#023: Brewing Up Success at Subculture Coffee with Sean Scott

Just Forking Around

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2017 58:06


Welcome back to another episode of the “Just Forking Around” Podcast. Today, I would like to raise a toast to Sean Scott, the founder of Subculture Coffee of Southern Florida. I love coffee, and so, it seems, does the rest of the world. Scott doesn’t just love coffee; he loves a challenge. Making it big in the coffee industry is certainly full of them! Not only is the industry challenging, but sourcing coffee responsibly and maximizing its full flavor is full of unpredictable variables. How did he manage to find success? For Sean, coffee is just half of his business. People are Sean’s passion, and that is so evident in the way he talks about Subculture’s mission. Coffee is grounding. It’s safe. Sean knew he had something special where people of all kinds can come and feel safe and connected. I am so excited to share his deep knowledge of coffee itself, along with his passion for people. This episode is sponsored by Ora Organic, my favorite supplement company because they use only organic and sustainable ingredients in ALL of their supplements. I am excited to offer you all a 15% discount off your entire order. Use JustForkingAround at checkout to receive that 15% discount, forking awesome! Enjoy! Check out Ora Organic Here Sean's Bio:  Sean Scott is co-founder of Subculture Coffee based in West Palm Beach, FL. His story is one of entrepreneurial perseverance; starting with a small coffee bar in a space share, with only himself working, to now operating two retail locations, 35 employees and a wholesale coffee business. Sean started his career in coffee 8 years ago for one purpose; create soul spaces that were a center for the local community, where connection, hope and communication were fostered. His coffee shops have won numerous awards including coffee shop of the year by New Times Magazine in '14 & '15. He is a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University. Sean has been married for 12 years to Natalie.  They have two children. Are you ready? Brew yourself a cup, and let’s get started! Show Highlights: The inspiring story of Subculture Coffee. It is important to source coffee well when roasting coffee. What makes “crappy coffee?” The “old school” rules with coffee production. Inherent challenges when opening up the roasting process to seasonal and unpredictable variables. Green beans don't last forever! Creating an intentional culture within the coffee shops. Boost your Bean IQ! Hear stories of the people that made Subculture worth the work! Scott Recommends: God In a Cup: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Coffee Find Scott Online at: https://subculturecoffee.com/    

Blankcast
03: Red Hot Rolling Log

Blankcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2017 82:14


It’s Fight Night here on Blankcast! For Sean and PK’s cruel amusement, the pugilist plumber Super Mario 64 faces off against the battlin’ bear Banjo-Kazooie! Can our evil overlords agree which is the better game? No.

Weekly Infusion
Weekly Infusion 12 Sean Day Ph.D.

Weekly Infusion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2017 40:54


Joined by synesthete, Sean Day Ph.D.  Synesthesia is a sensorial phenomenon whereby exposure to certain stimuli results in other senses being triggered.  For Sean, the sound of piano music evokes the visual experience of seeing a blue cloud floating, and tenor saxophones "look like" purple neon lights.  Sean describes some of the most interesting cases he's seen during his years of research. Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce discuss the mechanisms by which the brain produces these sensorial perceptions. Sean's book: The Synesthete's Handbook. Sponsored by Bergamet Pro Plus. 

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HerbMentor Radio
Sean Donahue: Herbs and Magic

HerbMentor Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2016 74:38


Sean Donahue is a traditional herbalist and poet. He has also worked as a freelance journalist, a political organizer, and a nonviolence trainer. He is proud to be a regular contributor to Plant Healer Magazine. While he has been blessed to receive amazing support and guidance from other herbalists, Sean’s primary teachers have been the wild and feral plants growing in the forests, fields, and swamps around him. He has trusted his own health completely to the plants since they first began helping him begin to heal the asthma he struggled with since childhood. As a practitioner he looks to plants as allies in helping people remember their own beauty, strength and power and in guiding them to health. As a teacher, he encourages students to build their own deep, personal relationship with the plants around them grounded in the experience of their own senses and their own hearts. He identifies deeply with the traditions of the edge dwellers – those who live in the places where the human and wild meet, bridging the worlds. For Sean, magic, medicine, and poetry are all expressions of a deep connection to the living Earth, and personal, cultural, and ecological healing are inextricably linked. He is currently working on his first book, a guide to plants for the underworld journey. In this episode of HerbMentor Radio, Sean discusses herbs, magic and goes deep into two herbs… hawthorne and ghost pipe. Visit Sean at http://MedicineAndMagic.com