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Ditching Hourly
John Strohmeyer - Packaging And Selling Legal Services On A Fixed-Fee Basis

Ditching Hourly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 55:15


Proprietor of Strohmeyer Law, John Strohmeyer, joined me on Ditching Hourly to talk about why he left a big hourly law firm to start his own practice and how he packages and sells fixed-fee legal services to avoid trading time for money.  John's bio:John Strohmeyer is the proprietor of Strohmeyer Law PLLC in Houston, where he guides individuals through the maze of estate planning, tax, and probate law to help them leave no unfinished business.John is board certified in both Tax Law and Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. John is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (“ACTEC”, the cool-kids club for estate planners).John hosts the Five Star Counsel podcast, which attempts to answer the question, "What would a law firm built by the founders of Disney, Four Seasons, Amazon, and Zappos look like?"Based on his first career working for the Four Seasons Hotels, primarily as the Night Manager of the Austin property, he helps lawyers get better at client service, which helps them satisfy their ethical duties to their clients and convey their competence to their clients.Here is the link to John and Jonathan talking on Five Star Counsel:https://strohmeyerlaw.libsyn.com/fsc-rewind-ditching-the-billable-hour-w-jonathan-starkWhen he's not practicing law, he spends his time with his wife Emily and their rescued mutts Griswold, Molly, and Billy; running marathons (45 as of August 15, 2022); and homebrewing beer.----Do you have questions about how to improve your business? Things like: Value pricing your work instead of billing for your time? Positioning yourself as the go-to person in your space? Productizing your services so you never have to have another awkward sales call or spend hours writing another custom proposal? Book a one-on-one coaching call with me and get answers to these questions and others in the time it takes to get ready for work in the morning.Best of all, you're covered by my 100% satisfaction guarantee. If at the end of the call, you don't feel like it was worth it, just say the word, and I'll refund your purchase in full.To book your one-on-one coaching call, go to: https://jonathanstark.com/callI hope to see you there!

Face the Music: An Electric Light Orchestra Song-By-Song Podcast

Mike and the band take on The Four Seasons. Heard exclusively at https://www.patreon.com/ELOPod P.O. Box 1932 Superior, AZ 85173. (Cover art by Elijah Olson)

Trappin Tuesday's
Mirror Mirror | ( LL Cool J ) The Wealth Track

Trappin Tuesday's

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 17:46


Mirror Mirror | ( LL Cool J ) The Wealth TrackLook in the mirror while I tell you a taleAbout a mogul named Uncle LSit on eight figures, man with a vision, move with precision(He excels, they all fail)Undisputed, the game got so pollutedThat he turned his 'Radio' offHe 'Needed A Beat' so he could 'Jingle' them bells againWatchin' the plasma TV in the loft (with somethin' soft)With a leopard print outfit onCause he known to flood any mic he spit onHe's a (uh uh, 'Phenomenon')Ice glistenin', listenin' to 'break of dawn'He went from, 'Hollis to Hollywood' in factOwned the Dow Jones and stacked the NASDAQConference call with his broker, 'What's the yield on that?'"Exotic Motorcars, " we want a deal on thatMirror mirror (you go baby) speak to me (you flow baby)What's this image that I see before me (you know baby)It's a winner (you go baby) please believe it (you go baby)I can see it so I can achieve it (you flow baby, you go baby)'Around the way girls be doin' it well'They love the way that man look on the (XXL)On the Money magazine coversWhen he stop at the light, it's like his Benz hoversSmoke blowin' from the chrome exhaust, of his Boxer Porsche(Look at him, lickin' his lips when his joint pull off)Ever since 'Boomin' System', damn she missed himShe, couldn't resist him, dreamt she kissed himIn a, warm jacuzzi full of 'Milky Cereal'She said (I need love from the grand imperial)I been his biggest fan since five years oldAnd now I'm twenty two, I love money (ooh)'Backseat of the Jeep', you need that(Who do you love?) Baby repeat that(Who do you love?) You need to keep backMilk and 'Pink Cookies' he known to eat thatMirror mirror (you go baby) speak to me (you flow baby)What's this image that I see before me (you know baby)It's a winner (you go baby) please believe it (you go baby)I can see it so I can achieve it (you flow baby, you go baby)Tryin' to get as much money as possible, no negative consequencesKnahmsayin baby? I'm goin' long, feel me'Hey Lover', I'm 'Loungin''goin' Back to Cali', cop a crib on the mountainStrobe lights jumpin' off, birdies is bouncin''(Four)-to-the-Three-Two-One', he stopped countin'Eliminated competition quicklyPhantom of the Opera on the low where your clique beHe feel his flow deep down in your arteryPeep her man's checkbook (uh) that's where his heart'll be'6 Minutes of Pleasure' for 'Jack the Ripper'Young players fall quicker from chicks and hard liquor (ahahah)But uh, he's 'Bad', he got 'The Power of God'In the Four Seasons, laughin' at the L'urmitage?He been there, mini-bars, RandB starsYoung groupies in the lobby on the search for (Bobby)Young tycoon in the Steve Wynn suiteReadin' e-mails with ten on repeat, I seen itMirror mirror (you go baby) speak to me (you flow baby)What's this image that I see before me (you know baby)It's a winner (you go baby) please believe it (you go baby)I can see it so I can achieve it (you flow baby, you go baby)Yeah, ten, faith, power of GodYeah, c'mon, work it with me babyWork with me ma, uh, it's been too long, ten#llcoolj #wallstreettrapper #wallstreetlookslikeusnow

GENTE EN AMBIENTE
Programa "GENTE EN AMBIENTE" sábado, 12 (SEGUNDA PARTE) Disfruta y/o revive la SEGUNDA SEMANA DE NOVIEMBRE en diferentes décadas y años. DE COLECCION!

GENTE EN AMBIENTE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 55:59


De MARIAH CAREY, RUDY MARQUEZ y LITTLE RICHARD a CHAYANNE, LUCHO GATICA, ELTON JOHN,... De "CORAZON VALIENTE" a la EMPERATRIZ "SISSI" y "VERANO DEL 42" De PEREZ PRADO, ABBA y LOU BEGA a ROGER WILLIAMS, RUBEN BLADES, RAY BARRETO, FOUR SEASONS, BEE GEES,... Y MUCHO MAS!!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/genteenambiente/support

You Should Check It Out
#170 - The Resilient in Florida | Get Back Redux, NERD ALERT: Sonic Pi | Jay's Thoughts

You Should Check It Out

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Relieved to make it in time for the show, Greg joins us from Florida where he's been playing some live shows and recording in the studio with The Resilient. We hear about his week past and get him to promise to premiere their latest music on the show (when the time comes).Song: Tony Williams - “Pro-Cosmos” (Featuring Allan Holdsworth)Nick has finished “The Beatles: Get Back” and is ready to give his two cents (just over 11 months after Jay & Greg's original conversation in episode 122) and he's got plenty to say. Also, we have a mini NERD ALERT about a new code based music creation and performance tool called Sonic Pi (https://sonic-pi.net/).Song: The Beatles - “Birthday”Finally, Happy Birthday Jay! While the show paid for him to attend the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Los Angeles and paid for his room upgrade at the Four Seasons (and entire minibar consumption)…it's his birthday and he doesn't wanna talk about all that…so we have a new bit. Jay's Thoughts are random thoughts from Jay set over calm music. It's a once-a-year-birthday-indulgence that we think you'll enjoy!Song: Taylor Swift - “Anti-Hero”Episode 170 Page

Hospitality Leaders - Interviews with hotel, event, and food service experts
Managing Logistics Effectively with Elliott Broom at Detroit Institute of Arts

Hospitality Leaders - Interviews with hotel, event, and food service experts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 29:59


On today's episode, I'm joined by Elliott Broom, Chief Operating Officer at the Detroit Institute of Arts. After starting out as a bellman in a hotel, Elliott eventually worked his way into leadership roles in some of the most prestigious hotels in the country, including the Ritz Carlton and the Four Seasons. However, a desire to move closer to his hometown of Detroit prompted a switch out of the hotel business and into his current role at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Between his hotel background and his current position, Elliott is no stranger to the complicated logistics of the hospitality industry. In order to stay on top of complex systems, Elliott thinks it all starts with good team synergy. By building healthy relationships between leaders and their staff, as well as encouraging constant team feedback, Elliott has cultivated a culture where everyone is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done When everyone's vision is aligned, complex logistics become manageable. Detroit Institute of Arts - https://dia.org/ Chris Cano - https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrismcano/ Upshift - https://www.linkedin.com/company/upsh%C4%B1ft/ #hospitality #Foodservice If you enjoyed today's show, please leave a 5-star review. For more information and links to all of the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit HospitalityLeaderspodcast.com.

Primetime with Isaac and Suke
Primetime - 11.04.22 - Club Hour

Primetime with Isaac and Suke

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 32:19


The Club Hour, featuring armpit STDs at BYU, plus cruising with The Four Seasons

Famous Lost Words
805 - Van Morrison, Byrds, Carole King & more on The '60s, pt 3!

Famous Lost Words

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 73:28


            This week – the finale of our epic 3-part series on The ‘60s!  It's a show chock full of highlights… Van Morrison explains how “Brown Eyed Girl” almost got banned from the radio Neil Sedaka talks about the creation of “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” Gene Pitney on writing one of the ‘60s biggest hits, touring with the Dick Clark Caravan of Stars and hanging with The Stones Dick Clark talks about the early days of American Bandstand and how the idea of watching “teenagers dance on TV” was a hard sell to the station owners Frankie Valli explains how Clark Gable inspired one of the Four Seasons' biggest hits The Hollies on how they got their name and their first taste of international fame. Blood, Sweat & Tears talk about playing at Woodstock – and why their performance wasn't included in the movie Freddy Cannon – on how one of his concerts was interrupted by a bunch of stampeding horses. Connie Francis talks about the moment her life changed forever Tom has a great chat with Felix Cavaliere of The Rascals The legendary Sylvia Tyson explains how the music of “Ian & Sylvia” holds up Carole King talks about the extraordinary gift of her songwriting partner, Jerry Goffin Lulu talks about landing the role (and title song) for “To Sir With Love” Interview clips with Paul Revere & The Raiders, The Shirelles, The Byrds, Procol Harum, The Fifth Dimension, Moody Blues, Del Shannon, The Impressions and Bobby Vee. Plus – how an Aretha Franklin recording session almost devolved into a fistfight. Famous Lost Words, hosted by Christopher Ward and Tom Jokic, is heard in more than 100 countries worldwide and on radio stations across Canada, including Newstalk 1010 Toronto, CJAD 800 Montreal, 580 CFRA Ottawa, AM 800 CKLW Windsor, Newstalk 1290 London, 610 CKTB St Catharines, CFAX Victoria, AM1150 Kelowna and 91x in Belleville.

Egg Foo What?!
Four Seasons (Episode 21)

Egg Foo What?!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 93:15


The Last Podcast You'll Ever Need --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-lisk/support

80后女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show
EP81: JUBY療心室| 頂級奢侈飯店裡的隱藏服務有哪些?

80后女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 74:29


2:30 大家想聽的內容投票好踴躍! 4:30 頂級飯店的的隱藏服務 5:00 為什麼開始喜歡住luxury hotel 6:30 預訂飯店後,管家聯繫你的時候能要求什麼東西 8:00 枕頭上繡名字是不是有點浮誇 11:00 挑選hotel的活動 12:00 飯店等級不一樣,接機的等候區也很不一樣 13:00 出關還能走VIP通道 14:00 機場候機廳有按摩室、雪茄、whiskey 15:00 高級飯店的接機需要另外付費嗎? 16:00 飯店接機的車子裡有什麼可愛的細節 17:00 日本的溫泉旅館的迎接猶如自己是皇室 18:00 飯店會幫忙把車裏的食物和飲料放到房間裡 21:00 如果想參觀飯店裡不同主題的房間,要怎麼跟飯店協商?飯店GM親自迎接 23:00 GM也會帶去private club floor參觀 25:00 土耳其的Four Seasons四季酒店的員工都記得你的名字 27:00 飯店房間裡有畫家架和顏料 28:00 蜜月旅行時飯店都會有附加服務 28:30 一般只要標註是「紀念日」都會收到飯店的特殊服務 30:00 飯店會員一般都可以early check-in / late check-out和房間升等 31:00 免費mini-bar有多豐富,包含local地區最有特色的點心的飲料 33:00 飯店裡就可以吃得到當地最有名的餐廳和排隊美食 34:00 check-out時可以把美食takeout帶走在路上吃 35:00 怎麼使用hotel concierge迎賓櫃檯 36:00 concierge可以訂到很難訂的餐廳 37:00 推薦大家看Wes Anderson的Grand Budapest Hotel 布達佩斯大飯店 37:30 飯店可以安排浪漫時光:泰國的海灘海鮮大餐 38:00 懸崖邊上的約會,居然還有黑膠唱片機 39:00 在馬爾代夫的無人島上約會 41:00 在飯店裡和全球20強的網球明星打球 43:00 飯店的Turn-down service在台灣比較少見? 45:00 晚間給的小點心 47:00 遇到過最優秀的Room service 49:00 飯店所有的小東西都有設計師的logo,居然眼睛布也有 51:00 飯店的洗護用品 55:00 最喜歡的飯店早餐體驗 58:00 溫泉旅館的晚餐 1:00:00 和飯店的GM一起的happy hour 1:02:00 和GM做朋友的好處 1:04:00 飯店的活動 1:05:00 小眾頂級飯店VS大眾的五星級飯店 1:10:00 small luxury hotels & leading hotels of the world 80後女子抓馬 | The JUBY Show

Four Seasons of Film
Four Seasons of Film Podcast #409

Four Seasons of Film

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 52:50


“Track Shack” premieres November 13th at the Crest Theatre in Sacramento but we still gotta podcast! This week: Barbarian (2022), Bros (2022), Hocus Pocus 2 (2022), The Greatest Beer Run Ever (2022), Paranormal Activity (2007), It Follows (2014), Coming 2 America (2021), Midsommar (2019), Gun Crazy 1950, and Cops & Robbersons (1994).  This episode is sponsored by FNX Fitness (Use the Discount Code: fourseasonsoffilm and receive 15% off your order). Podcast App: https://playpodca.st/fourseasons Spotify: http://bit.ly/4SOFspotify Check out our latest episodes, digital shorts, movie reviews and more: fourseasonsoffilm.com  Where to Find Nathan and Andy:  @fourseasonspod on Twitter  @fourseasonsoffilm on Instagram @NateRBlackburn on Instagram & Twitter  @AJPesa on IG & Twitter  Facebook: http://facebook.com/fourseasonsoffilm YouTube: http://youtube.com/fourseasonsoffilm Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/fourseasonsoffilm @fnx_fit Keep Film Alive!

The Man Enough Podcast
Financial Freedom with Tori Dunlap

The Man Enough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 70:54


Personal finance expert, Tori Dunlap, aka the Financial Feminist, chats about how traditionally masculine views on money are harming relationships. She brings her expertise on financial freedom for women, with practical advice on how to grow wealth and support women's independence. Hear tips for dating as a financially independent woman and for men that want to date these women, how to normalize “money-talk” in relationships, how to support female leaders at work, and how men can start to see their value beyond what they can “provide.”  New episodes every Monday

CFO Bookshelf
Leadership Behind the Top Restaurant in the World

CFO Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 53:50


On Will Guidara's 12th birthday, he had the experience of a lifetime while dining with his family at Four Seasons. Less than thirty years later, Will and his co-partner of Eleven Madison Park were being lauded for the top spot of The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2017.Will's new book is Unreasonable Hospitality and I now call it one of the best books written on this topic. The book is part memoir and many parts of inspiration, encouragement, and instruction. In this conversation, Will explains the 95-5 rule, restaurant smart vs. corporate smart, pre-meal meetings, and the primary reason hospitality can be taught in any business. 

Rise & Grind Podcast
Episode 187: ”Four Seasons”

Rise & Grind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 94:35


Leadership and Loyalty™
2/2: Opening Your Talent Pipeline Into a Syfy Reality: Adrian Simpson

Leadership and Loyalty™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 43:13


In 1982 Tom Peters wrote the ground-breaking book "In Search of Excellence." When that book was published, Chairman Mao had recently died; China was making little progress in closing the economic gap between China and the industrialized nations. Here we are, more than 40 years and a digital revolution later, China has become the second largest economy in the world. The UK has left the EU and we had the 2008 global recession and a recent pandemic. That's just a quick overview of some business changes since the 1980s. A natural question is, what does it take to create excellence in today's multi-generational workforce?   Post-pandemic leaders have faced the Great Resignation, followed quickly by the phenomena known as Quiet Quitting. How, with all this going on, can we become high-performing organizations during, what appears to be, a talent desert? Let's find out. Our guest for the next two episodes is Adrian Simpson. Adrian is the co-founder of Wavelength Companies. For 30 years, Adrian has taken over 1,500 leaders physically and virtually inside the boardrooms and shop floors of some of the world's most admired, successful, and progressive organizations. In recent years he has taken clients to Silicon Valley, China, and India to visit the likes of Apple, Alibaba, Airbnb, Tesla, Netflix, Lego, Ritz-Carlton hotels, Aravind Eye Care System, and Southwest Airlines. Recently, Adrian's hosted live virtual symposiums with the CEOs of IKEA, Unilever, and the President of Four Seasons, and ran a two-day Inside Digital China Event that took 120 clients inside, what is unequivocally, the world's most advanced digital economy. Through their lens, Adrian experiences the defining characteristics of success and is uniquely qualified to advise organizations on how to become high-performing organizations, even in this talent desert. Website www.wavelengthleadership.com    Social Media  https://twitter.com/AdieSimpson  https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrian-simpson-b600139   Part 2) Opening Your Talent Pipeline Into a Syfy Reality How the Everyday SyFy Reality of China is a Wake-up call for Silicon Valley  TikTok, Alibaba, Shein, and NIO smart, high-performance, electric vehicles Jobs Commitment for High Tech AI Doctors are already here Getting Out of The Echo Chamber You Don't Know You Are In How to Open Your Talent Pipeline The Future of Work, Why the Hybrid Model isn't Working, and What Will Building Hubs of Connection. Curious to discover how tapping into the Anatomy of Meaning can #actualize your #business, #culture, #Leadership and #tribe DovBaron.com  "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Leadership and Loyalty™
1/2 Adrian Simpson: High-performing Organization in a Talent Desert

Leadership and Loyalty™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 33:55


In 1982 Tom Peters wrote the ground-breaking book "In Search of Excellence." When that book was published, Chairman Mao had recently died; China was making little progress in closing the economic gap between China and the industrialized nations. Here we are, more than 40 years and a digital revolution later, China has become the second largest economy in the world. The UK has left the EU and we had the 2008 global recession and a recent pandemic. That's just a quick overview of some business changes since the 1980s. A natural question is, what does it take to create excellence in today's multi-generational workforce?   Post-pandemic leaders have faced the Great Resignation, followed quickly by the phenomena known as Quiet Quitting. How, with all this going on, can we become high-performing organizations during, what appears to be, a talent desert? Let's find out. Our guest for the next two episodes is Adrian Simpson. Adrian is the co-founder of Wavelength Companies. For 30 years, Adrian has taken over 1,500 leaders physically and virtually inside the boardrooms and shop floors of some of the world's most admired, successful, and progressive organizations. In recent years he has taken clients to Silicon Valley, China, and India to visit the likes of Apple, Alibaba, Airbnb, Tesla, Netflix, Lego, Ritz-Carlton hotels, Aravind Eye Care System, and Southwest Airlines. Recently, Adrian's hosted live virtual symposiums with the CEOs of IKEA, Unilever, and the President of Four Seasons, and ran a two-day Inside Digital China Event that took 120 clients inside, what is unequivocally, the world's most advanced digital economy. Through their lens, Adrian experiences the defining characteristics of success and is uniquely qualified to advise organizations on how to become high-performing organizations, even in this talent desert. Website www.wavelengthleadership.com    Social Media  https://twitter.com/AdieSimpson  https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrian-simpson-b600139   Part 1) The Massive ROI of Discovering Your Purpose In Search of Excellence  Inside The South-West Airlines Interview Process The Unequivocal Power of Purpose Who and What are You Serving Lessons from Aravind Eye Care System and How They Massively Outperform Everyone in Their Industry The Humanity of Creating a Cult-like Culture Investing in Discovering the Personal Purpose of Your Employees... and The Massive ROI Why You Need to Choose a "hole" or an "A-hole" Dignity, Respect, and Thank You Curious to discover how tapping into the Anatomy of Meaning can #actualize your #business, #culture, #Leadership and #tribe DovBaron.com  "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Oregon Wine History Archive Podcast
Kathy McBride: Oral History Interview

The Oregon Wine History Archive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 76:48


This interview is with Kathy McBride of Filigree and Stone. In this interview, Kathy speaks about her life before wine, growing up in Australia and going to work for Four Seasons. Her time in hospitality took her all over the world, and instilled a passion for food and wine. She talks about deciding to make wine, her wine education in Australia and eventually finding her way to Oregon. After joining the team at Walter Scott and finding her place, she also started her own brand focusing on small lots of wine from her favorite vineyards. Kathy also talks about some of the challenges facing Oregon wine and what comes next for herself and the industry. This interview was conducted by Rich Schmidt in Nicholson Library at Linfield University on September 13, 2022.

Clap for Classics!
31. In the Hall of the Mountain King

Clap for Classics!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 13:47


Elizabeth and Forte share 2 related activities in this episode. They share the wonderful classical piece, “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg, as well as the Mountain King Game that was inspired by the music. Grab some rhythm sticks and a pillow and clear some space for this episode. You will be using your imagination and moving your body. We think you're going to love this exciting music and fun interactive game. It might just become a new favorite in your home. To watch the Mountain King Game in video format check out our blog or our youtube channel. The two activities we share come straight out of either our All Access Membership or our Four Seasons curriculum. For details on how to join us go to www.clapforclassics.com/join or www.clapforclassics.com/fourseasons Don't forget to use the code “PODCAST” at checkout to get 50% off your first month. Please help more families find out about this podcast by leaving us a review, telling your friends, or sharing our social media content! To leave Forte and I a message or a joke please record it here: http://www.speakpipe.com/clapforclassics Special thanks to Classical.com for licensing the classical music that we used in this episode and that we use in all of our music courses!

7 Minute Stories w/ Aaron Calafato
S3 E7: The Four Seasons: Autumn

7 Minute Stories w/ Aaron Calafato

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:51


In this first of a four-part series: Aaron, Thomas J. Duke, and the 7MS team create a Rockwellian guide for you to enjoy the changing of each season. This episode: Autumn!  Story Created & Performed by: Aaron Calafato Original Music & Sound Design: thomas j. duke  Senior Audio Engineer: Ken Wendt  Additional Vocals: Cori Birce  Art: Pete Whitehead 

Throwing Shade
Iran Revolution, Drag Queen reads to dogs, Four Seasons, diarrhea warnings, and Geena Davis month

Throwing Shade

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 70:08


On ATTITUDES! this week Erin speaks on the women led uprising in Iran, which was sparked with the death of Mahsa Amini, as 22 year old woman arrested by morality police for allegedly violating Iran's strict rules requiring women to cover their hair with a hajib, or headscarf. The reports were that they were beaten to death, the police said she suffered a heart attack. The BBC and other independent media are barred from reporting from inside Iran, Iran Human Rights, a Norway-based group, has said at least 201 people, including 23 children, have been killed by security forces. Bryan speaks on a dog shelter, in Huntsville, Alabama is receiving death threats because it had a drag queen read books to dogs. All this plus Four Seasons, diarrhea warnings, and Geena Davis month! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Perfect Score
Episode 22: Vivaldi Autumn

The Perfect Score

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 6:30


Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Perfect Score! Today I'll be exploring the Concerto Autumn, by Vivaldi from his Four Seasons! I hope you enjoy this episode and here is a performance of the concerto perfectscore.fm

Five Star Counsel Podcast
S2 E3: Your Firm's MISSION

Five Star Counsel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 6:11


Your Mission is your guidance for your future clients as to you act for them. This will guide *their* decision to reach out and hire you and your practice. The idea that your firm can do anything really means your firm can do nothing - you won't stand out. You need to know what you do best, and so do employees and clients. It helps you stand out and build towards your goal. No matter the size, style, or area of practice of your firm, you will benefit from a clear and explicit mission visible to your clients. Your mission should be front and center on your web page on your home page and for my website you'll see it's right there as the first thing in bold text. We'll talk about what should go into your mission, share some disparate examples from Four Seasons and McDonalds, and share my "top 3 in the city" philosophy on specialization. Closing Exercise: What's your mission? Finish this sentence. We help [targeted clients] [solve targeted problem]. What's the mountaintop that you're actually helping clients to get to?  What pain point(s) do you address? How does your firm solve that problem?  Who are your clients?  Find a PDF worksheet for each episode's exercise on the podcast page at https://strohmeyerlaw.libsyn.com/ ----- FiveStarCounsel.com Ask a question and we'll answer on the show! Get our FREE client service whitepaper!

Designed for the Creative Mind
76. Diversifying Your Income by Design with Shayla Copas

Designed for the Creative Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 44:47 Very Popular


Shayla Copas with Shayla Copas Lifestyle is joining us today to talk about diversifying your income stream. Shayla is a national award-winning interior designer, travel entrepreneur, product designer, and the author of the book Four Seasons of Entertaining and the upcoming book Four Seasons of Celebration. In addition, she is also launching Shayla Copas Travel at the end of the year, where she will host design and culinary enthusiasts on trips around the globe.   In this episode, we chat about finding your passions and building your business around them. Shayla also shares her best marketing tips for creatives and ways she has been able to diversify her income as a designer.   To learn more about Shayla, connect with her on Instagram @shaylacopas, visit www.shaylacopas.com, or email her at hello@shaylacopas.com.   To stay in touch with Michelle, please follow her on Instagram and join our Free Facebook Community!   Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show?  Email me!   Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC.   If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at hello@hailimurch.com or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call

Dave Fanning
Jersey Boys writer Rick Elice

Dave Fanning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 21:42


Rick Elice, writer of Jersey Boys, the absolute smash hit musical Jersey Boys joins Dave as the show returns to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on the 2nd of November. It's a real jukebox musical, and it looks at the formation, the huge success, and the eventual breakup of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

Clap for Classics!
30. Twinkle Twinkle Little Ghost (Learning the difference between major and minor)

Clap for Classics!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 13:50


Grab a scarf if you have one and we'll learn about and practice hearing the difference between Major and Minor together. Elizabeth and Forte introduce the concept of major and minor by singing a few different songs in their original key, and then switching the song from major to minor or minor to major to highlight the difference. We also share clips from some familiar classical pieces and try to identify if the piece is in a major key or a minor key. Classical music for this podcast is licensed to us for our use by Classical.com We shared excerpts from the following classical pieces on today's podcast: Peter's Theme played the strings from “Peter and the Wolf,” by Prokofiev. The Wolf's Theme played by the horns from” Peter and the Wolf,” by Prokofiev. Vivaldi's Autumn, from the Four Seasons, 1st movement Vivaldi's Autumn, from the Four Seasons, 2nd movement Toccata and Fugue in D minor by Bach. To watch a follow-up to this major and minor lesson in video format check out our blog or our youtube channel. This activity comes straight out of our Autumn All Around course inside our All Access Membership. For details on how to join us there go to www.clapforclassics.com/join. Don't forget to use the code “PODCAST” at checkout to get 50% off your first month. Ready for some more Halloween-themed music? spooky pipe organ music?? Here is a video of some spooky pipe organ music. For more fall-themed activities like this one, make sure to grab our free resource, "Fall-themed Classical Pieces to Listen to with Your Child" by going to www.clapforclassics.com/fallclassicalmusic Help more families find out about this podcast by leaving us a review, telling your friends, or sharing our social media content! To leave Forte and I a message or a joke please record it here: http://www.speakpipe.com/clapforclassics

WTF! Walk The Floors Podcast- All Things Hospitality Training
Housekeeping Week '22 (with Brianna Moore)

WTF! Walk The Floors Podcast- All Things Hospitality Training

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 10:21


Join Stephanie Leger & Michele Kline, while in Las Vegas celebrating Housekeeping Week along with special guest Brianna Moore, Director of Housekeeping at Four Seasons, Las Vegas. Connect with Guest Speaker https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianna-moore-35658b139/ Connect with the hosts on LinkedIn Michèle Kline https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelekline/ Stephanie Leger https://www.linkedin.com/in/sleger/ Hosts Company Links Michèle Kline https://www.klinehospitality.com/ Stephanie Leger https://www.firstratehospitality.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Composers Datebook
A birthday Beatle

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 2:00 Very Popular


Synopsis John Lennon was born on today's date in the year 1940, in Liverpool, England — during a German air raid on that city, as it happened. With three other young lads from Liverpool, Lennon would eventually become world-famous, courtesy of the band he helped formed in 1959 called the Beatles. The Beatles started out in a Liverpool nightclub called the Cavern, playing pop tunes of the day, but soon began performing original material of their own. Before disbanding in 1970, some recognizable elements of classical music were incorporated into some Beatles songs, including a string quartet, a Baroque trumpet, and even an orchestra. And it wasn't just a one-sided exchange: Leonard Bernstein played a Beatles song on one of his “Young People's Concerts” to demonstrate sonata form. Arthur Fiedler performed symphonic arrangements of Beatles tunes at his Boston Pops concerts. And decades after the Beatles disbanded, former member Paul McCartney began composing original chamber works and big concert hall pieces, including a semi-autobiographical “Liverpool Oratorio.” Not surprisingly, some young British and American composers coming of age in the 1960s and 70s credit the Beatles as an influence. One elegant set of solo guitar arrangements of Lennon-McCartney tunes even came from Japan, courtesy of the eminent Japanese composer (and Beatles fan) Toru Takemitsu. Music Played in Today's Program Lennon and McCartney (arr. Toru Takemitsu) Here, There and Everywhere John Williams, guitar Sony 66704 On This Day Births 1585 - Baptismal date of German composer Heinrich Schütz, in Bad Löstritz; 1835 - French composer, conductor and pianist Camille Saint-Saëns, in Paris; 1914 - American composer Roger Goeb, in Cherokee, Iowa; 1938 - Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara, in Helsinki; 1940 - John Lennon (of the Beatles), in Liverpool, England; Deaths 1999 - Jazz vibraphone virtuoso, Milt Jackson, age 76, in New York City; He was a member of the famous Modern Jazz Quartet; Premieres 1826 - Rossini: opera, "The Siege of Corinth," at the Paris Opéra; 1891 - Dvorák: "Requiem," Op. 89, in Birmingham, England; 1896 - Dvorák: String Quartet No. 13 in G, Op. 106, in Prague, by the Bohemian Quartet; 1921 - Janácek: "Taras Bulba" (after Gogol), in Brno; 1955 - Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1, by the Leningrad Philharmonic conducted by Yevgeny Mravinsky, with David Oistrakh the soloist; 1963 - Henze: Symphony No. 4 in Berlin, with the composer conducting; 1980 - Jon Deak: Concerto for Oboe d'amore and Orchestra, by the New York Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta with Thomas Stacy as soloist; 1985 - Anthony Davis: opera "X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X," in Philadelphia; The opera's New York City Opera premiere occurred the following year on September 28, 1986; 1986 - Andrew Lloyd-Webber: musical "Phantom of the Opera," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London; The musical opened on Broadway at the Majestic Theater on January 26, 1988; 1987 - Corigliano: "Campane di Ravello" (Bells of Ravello) for orchestra (a birthday tribute to Sir Georg Solti), in Chicago, with Kenneth Jean conducting; 1992 - David Ott: Symphony No. 3, by the Grand Rapids (Michigan) Symphony, Catherine Comet conducting; 1997 - Robert X. Rodriguez: "Il Lamento di Tristano," by flutist Susan Morris De Jong and guitarist Jeffrey Van, at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis; 1999 - Bolcom: opera "A View From the Bridge," by the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Dennis Russell Davies, cond. 1999 - Michael Torke: symphonic oratorio "Four Seasons," at Avery Fisher Hall in New York, by soloists, chorus, and the New York Philharmonic, Kurt Masur conducting; Others 1973 - Leonard Bernstein gives the first of six lectures entitled "The Unanswered Question," as the Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard University. Links and Resources On The Beatles

Music for 20/20 Vision, by Dr. Thomas Smith
October 9th, 2022 - O Worship The King and Four Seasons

Music for 20/20 Vision, by Dr. Thomas Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 1:27


Composers Datebook
Sharon Isbin and John Corigliano

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 2:00 Very Popular


Synopsis 1991 was a big year for American composer John Corigliano. The Metropolitan Opera premiered his opera “The Ghosts of Versailles” and the 53-year old composer won two Grammys and the Grawemeyer Award for his Symphony No. 1. Corigliano was increasingly recognized as one of the leading American composers of his generation, and was deluged with commissions for new works. But about 10 years before all that, guitarist Sharon Isbin had asked Corigliano to write a concerto for her, and kept on asking him. On today's date in 1993, her persistence paid off when, with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and conductor Hugh Wolff, she gave the premiere performance of Corigliano's “Troubadours — Variations for Guitar and Orchestra.” This piece was inspired by the courtly love tradition of the medieval troubadours, whose songs combined sophisticated word play with simple but elegantly communicative melodies. “For composers the idea of true simplicity — in contrast to chic simple-mindedness — is mistrusted and scorned,” wrote Corigliano. “But the guitar has a natural innocence about it… So the idea of a guitar concerto was, for me, like a nostalgic return to all the feelings I had when I started composing — before the commissions and deadlines and reviews. A time when discovery and optimistic enthusiasm ruled my senses… Troubadours is a lyrical concerto.” Music Played in Today's Program John Corigliano (b. 1938) Troubadours Sharon Isbin, guitar; Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Hugh Wolff, cond. Virgin 55083 On This Day Births 1870 - French composer and organist Louis Vierne, in Poitiers; 1930 - Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu, in Tokyo; 1953 - English composer Robert Saxon, in London; Deaths 1834 - French composer François Boieldieu, age 58, in Jarcy; Premieres 1903 - Nielsen: "Helios" Overture, in Copenhagen; 1943 - Stravinsky: "Ode" (in memory of Natalie Koussevitzky), by the Boston Symphony conducted by Serge Koussevitzky; 1960 - Prokofiev: opera "The Story of a Real Man" (posthumously) at the Bolshoi in Moscow; A semi-public performance of this opera was given in Leningrad on Dec. 3, 1948, but the opera was rejected by Soviet authorities for subsequent performances during the composer's lifetime; 1966 - Stravinsky: "Requiem Canticles," in Princeton, with Robert Craft conducting; 1992 - Ligeti: Violin Concerto, in Cologne, by the Ensemble Moderne conducted by Peter Eötvös, and Saschko Gawriloff the soloist; 1993 - Corigliano: "Troubadours (Variations for Guitar and Orchestra)," at the Ordway Music Theater in St. Paul, with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra conducted by Hugh Wolff, and guitar soloist Sharon Isbin; 1999 - Kernis: "Garden of Light" and Torke: "Four Seasons" (both commissioned by the Disney Company at the urging of its Chief Executive, Michael Eisner), for the Millennium season of the New York Philharmonic, with Kurt Masur conducting the orchestra, vocal soloists, and choirs in both pieces; Others 1739 - Handel completes in London his Concerto Grosso in a, Op. 6, no. 4 (Gregorian date: Oct. 19); 1898 - The first issue of the magazine "Musical America" is published. Links and Resources On John Corigliano On Sharon Isbin

Ruach Breath of Life
Raise up Your anointed ones

Ruach Breath of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:01


Connections Track 12 Music by Vivaldi. Winter, Four Seasons, lead violin, Francis Cummings

Wetootwaag's Podcast of Bagpipe Power
S6 The Parcel of Rogues and Straight & Skillern episode with guest song by Christine Sparks

Wetootwaag's Podcast of Bagpipe Power

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 79:25


Tunes: Straight and Skillern: The Morning Post, The Merry Fifers (Mount Sion), the Purfleet, Oxford Ramble, Four Seasons, Black Dance, Variety is Charming, Just So in the North, The Sword Knot, Turks Head, The Happy Wedding, Cox's Museum, Naples Dance, Bevis Mount, Paddy Wack, La Damoselle, Lord Bath's Gate, Polly's Fancy, The Ladies Lesson, The Sky Lark, Le Renard, Merry Thought, The Cascade, Van Rotterdam op Dort, A Parcell of Rogues in the Nation, Miss Fowler's Delight, The Nabob, Pantheon, The Oak Tree, The Cave of Enchantment William McGibbon: A Parcel of Rogues in the Nation Ewan Maccoll: A Parcel of Rogues in a Nation Robert Chambers: Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation! Christine Sparks: A Parcel of Rogues in a Nation Straight and Skillern's 204 Favorite Country Dances: https://imslp.org/wiki/204FavouriteCountryDances(Various) 1775: The Morning Post 1775: The Merry Fifers (Mount Sion) 1775: The Purfleet 1775: The Oxford Ramble 1775: Four Seasons 1775: Black Dance 1775: Variety is Charming Here is a link to the Traditional Tune Archive write up on the tune with the lyrics: https://tunearch.org/wiki/Annotation:VarietyisCharming And here is a link to the Songster's Companions which nearly derailed the episode: https://imslp.org/wiki/VocalMusic%2CortheSongster%27sCompanion(Various) And the Write up about the Thomas Straight and Thomas Skillern came from Folkopedia: https://folkopedia.info/wiki/Straight%26Skillern 1775: Just So in the North 1775: The Sword Knot 1775: Turks Head 1775: The Happy Wedding 1775: Cox's Museum Supposedly this tune is a reference to James Cox, famous clock and automaton maker who make some of the gifts to attempt to impress the Qianlong emperor. You can see some of his impressive wares here: https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/jcox/hd_jcox.htm 1775: Naples Dance 1775: Bevis Mount 1775: Paddy Wack 1775: La Domoselle 1775: Lord Bath's Gate 1775: Polly's Fancy 1775: The Ladies Lesson 1775: The Sky Lark 1775: Le Renard 1775: Merry Thought 1775: The Cascade 1775: Van Rotterdam op Dort 1775: A Parcell of Rogues in the Nation (1746ish) A Parcel of Rogues in the Nation, from William McGibbon's Scots Tunes Volume 2 https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105870428 (1862) Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation, from The Songs of Scotland Prior to Burns with the Tunes Edited by Robert Chambers https://archive.org/details/songsofscotlandp00cham_0/page/44/mode/2up?view=theater&q=parcel A Parcel of Rogues in a Nation Recorded by Christine Sparks on her album “Robin : the Songs of Robert Burns volume 1” available now on Itunes! RECORDED TUNES Miss Fowler's Delight, The Nabob, The Pantheon and The Oak Tree from my album, Pay the Pipemaker available now on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/pay-the-pipemaker And finally, The Cave of Enchantment and Mio and the Land of Far Away recorded on my album, Bannocks of Barley Meal, Available now on Bandcamp: https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/bannocks-of-barley-meal Be sure to follow James' Instagram to see awesome High D Highland Bagpiping! https://www.instagram.com/heritage.bagpipes/?hl=en FIN Here are some ways you can support the show: You can support the Podcast by joining the Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/wetootwaag You can also take a minute to leave a review of the podcast if you listen on Itunes! Tell your piping and history friends about the podcast! Checkout my Merch Store on Bagpipeswag: https://www.bagpipeswag.com/wetootwaag You can also support me by Buying my First Album on Bandcamp: https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/oyster-wives-rant-a-year-of-historic-tunes or my second album on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/pay-the-pipemaker or my third album on Bandcamp! https://jeremykingsbury.bandcamp.com/album/bannocks-of-barley-meal You can now buy physical CDs of my albums using this Kunaki link: https://kunaki.com/msales.asp?PublisherId=166528&pp=1 You can just send me an email at wetootwaag@gmail.com letting me know what you thought of the episode! Listener mail keeps me going! Finally I have some other support options here: https://www.wetootwaag.com/support Thanks! Listen on Itunes/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wetootwaags-bagpipe-and-history-podcast/id129776677 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5QxzqrSm0pu6v8y8pLsv5j?si=QLiG0L1pT1eu7B5_FDmgGA

The Good Athlete Podcast
Episode 142- Paul Donaher: Leadership Academy

The Good Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 53:05


GoodAthleteProject.com For today's episode, Jim sits down with Paul Donaher. Paul Donaher is a global leader with a track record of growing and transforming organizations with innovation at their core. He combines strategic vision, operating excellence, and a creative mindset to achieve results. Paul's leadership style is the hallmark of his success, and the success of those he leads. He is focused on ensuring a high performance, stimulating work culture through collaboration, motivating team, and championing inclusion and diversity. Paul has held senior executive positions at Apple, Beats by Dre, and Sotheby's. As an agency president and partner, he has advised esteemed brands as diverse as Four Seasons hotels, Goldman Sachs, GAP, and Harvard Business School. Paul is committed to sharing his leadership skills and business acumen with community and non-profit organizations, especially those focused on equality and justice. Visit Paul Donaher's website: https://www.pauldonaheradvisory.com/ Tim Dohrer Email: tdohrer@gmail.com Northwestern Master of Science in Education in Teacher Leadership: https://www.sesp.northwestern.edu/teacher-leadership/master-of-science-in-education-in-teacher-leadership/index.html#:~:text=The%20Master%20of%20Science%20in,practicum%20and%20take%20one%20elective. Follow The Good Athlete Project on Instagram: @GoodAthleteProject and Twitter: @Coach4Kindness Visit us at our website: GoodAthleteProject.com

The Hospitality Mentor
David Arraya - General Manager at Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

The Hospitality Mentor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 63:19


In this episode, Steve is joined by David Arraya. He is the General Manager at Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas in Ibiza, Spain. However, David has spent his hospitality career traveling the world. Some of his former roles include Hotel Manager at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Hotel and Resorts Manager at the Four Seasons in Hawaii, Hotel Manager for Swire Hotels in Hong Kong, General Manager for Auberge Resorts Collection in Mexico, and so many other impressive roles around the world. Throughout this conversation, David talks about his experience working in hotels across the world, what led him to his role at Six Senses in Ibiza, and what his advice is for hospitality professionals, no matter what stage of their career they are in. This episode is brought to you by our podcast partners at RealTime Reservation. Their inventory management system is best in class for hotels and resorts to manage their non-room inventory. The web-based application allows for creative upselling of overnight and daytime visitors with add-ons and pre-planned packages. Hotel guests and non-guests can reserve cabanas, pool chairs, activities, amenities, excursions, events, day passes, and much more. To learn more check them out here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Close the Door: Game of Thrones, A Song of Ice and Fire Podcast

Spoilers, profanity, Jaime x Brienne. Tyrion's issues start with Mom and go straight to Shae. Maggots and modern medicine. Is Tyrion at the Best Western or the Four Seasons? The world is Pod's mattress. What's up with the Dead Ladies Club? (go listen to episode 198). And on a special note, we once again had international representation with LoT and our guest (stealth Canadian FTW)! A Song of Ice and Fire. A Clash of Kings - Tyrion XV. Originally recorded in 2018.   Close The Door And Come Here - Episode 446

Five Star Counsel Podcast
S2 E0: Five Star Bootcamp - The Five Star Method and What Service ISN'T

Five Star Counsel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 15:29


We're thrilled to be starting our 7-week bootcamp for your firm's service, all based on the grand unifying theory of Five Star Counsel.   This first module is a high-level overview of our approach to client service, why great service crucial in today's legal market, and how to think of your firm as a three-legged stool - something we'll be incorporating in every future episode.   Most small/solo firm owners know they have room to improve their service, but determining how and where to begin is tough. John explains how we can look to amazing service companies like Four Seasons or Disney or Zappos for *inspiration*, but we shouldn't be blindly copying their tactics.    You don't need to go above and beyond for every client or dazzle them with unexpected delights and services. You are hired to solve your client's problem, and you need to focus your firm on doing that in the most attentive, effective, thoughtful, communicative, and consistent way possible.    We'll end every module with a brief exercise to help you incorporate the lessons and reflect on your firm's current status and goals.   This week, John asks you to write down the three biggest areas where your firm can improve service.   If John could give you a magic wand, what are the top three things you would change about the service your firm delivers right now?   Now answer that from the position of your employees.   Last, answer from the viewpoint of your clients.   Find a PDF worksheet for each episode's exercise on our podcast page at https://strohmeyerlaw.libsyn.com/ ----- FiveStarCounsel.com Ask a question and we'll answer on the show! Get our FREE client service whitepaper! Join John and Five Star Counsel at Clio Cloud Con on October 10-11th in Nashville, TN! Click this link to save $300 on your registration! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/177608530897/?discount=Five-Star-Counsel-Podcast

It's A Musical! Podcast
It's A Musical! Podcast Ep. 125 - Jersey Boys

It's A Musical! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 89:41


Can't take my eyes off of you… We're Jersey bound this week, as we head to the New Victoria Theatre in Woking for one of the most successful biopic musicals of all time - it's time for Jersey Boys! Oh What A Night! It's one of the longest running shows in Broadway history, as we learn all about the Four Seasons. Will Danny be Beggin' for more? Or is this one show he can't wait to say Bye Bye Baby too? I'll be your best friend if you download now! Music: Purple-Planet.com

What We're Drinking with Dan Dunn
193. Luke Barr of NEFT Vodka

What We're Drinking with Dan Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 57:32


Dan is joined by Luke Barr of Austria's NEFT Vodka. Luke is a bar star who's worked for a variety of notable establishments across the country including the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beso and Taste on Melrose in Los Angeles, along with the Four Seasons in Aspen and San Francisco, and Katy Trail Ice House and the Adolphus in Dallas, Texas. They talk all things vodka, including the proper way to conduct a tasting and the best vodka-based libations. Also, Dan and LA-based bar expert Una Green have a spirited discussion about the ever-increasing (and odious) practice of automatically adding gratuities to bar tabs. And in our latest installment of "What'll It Be," Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Lloyd the Bartender at the WWD Lounge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ScamWow
S02E31 - The Worst Catfish In The World W/ Cara Devins

ScamWow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 50:07


One of the nicest people in New York City and also one of the funniest comedians, Cara Devins joins Caitlin to discuss the time her entire family was catfished in person by a lonely soldier. Did he want to marry Cara's dad or did he just want to buy everyone a round of drinks? Maybe if your recent wedding was held at The Four Seasons and has a trending hashtag, it's not the best decision to start dating. It's the tale as old as time: lonely soldier meets a wonderful family but is hiding his own bride in a neighboring state.  Plus hear exclusive episodes on our Patreon.  RESOURCES:  @c_devs @caitybrodnick  @scamwowpodcast Scamwowpodcast.com Get those couch DISCOUNTS!!! https://allform.com/lp/scamwow/podcasts  DISCLAIMER: We are comedians and this is satire. C'mon Send us your scams! scamwowpodcast@gmail.com Or call: 347-509-9414 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Clap for Classics!
28. Vivaldi's "Autumn" Party

Clap for Classics!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 13:21


For this activity you can grab some rhythm sticks, a scarf, and a pillow! We'll be enjoying Vivaldi's “Autumn” the whole first movement. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how much fun you and your kids will have while engaging with this beautiful music. Get your hands on the free printable now at www.clapforclassics.com/episode28. It is a PDF with a listening map for this classical music activity. It's a great way to extend the learning with a visual representation of what is happening in the music. We are teaching musical form in this episode, and your child will experience the form through movement and then the listening map will help solidify the concept. Check out the blog post where we share this activity in video form. This activity comes from our “Autumn All Around” course that can be found both inside our Four Seasons Music and More Curriculum, as well as inside our All Access Membership. For another engaging musical activity to accompany Vivaldi's “Autumn” check out this video: https://www.clapforclassics.com/blog/autumn In this activity we enjoy the 3rd movement of the Autumn Concerto. Do you have kids hungry for more and more!! Extend the learning even further by watching this video that will give you some great information about who Vivaldi was and about his Four Seasons violin concertos. https://www.clapforclassics.com/blog/vivaldi4seasons To get information about our Four Seasons Course go to www.clapforclassics.com/fourseasons To learn all about our All Access Membership go to www.clapforclassics.com/join. And don't forget that as a podcast listener you can get 50% off your first month of the membership by using the coupon code “PODCAST.” Please help more families find out about this podcast by leaving us a review, telling your friends, or sharing our social media content! Leave Forte a joke and be featured on an upcoming podcast! www.speakpipe.com/clapforclassics Classical music for this podcast is licensed to us for our use by Classical.com

My Zen Pet
Can Music Extend Your Dog's Life?

My Zen Pet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:30


DOG GONE CALM, Vol. 1 FULL ALBUM ON ALL STREAMING CHANNELS:Click to listen on your favorite streaming appDOG  GONE CALM CLUB OPEN TO NEW MEMBERS UNTIL  OCT. 1Join HereMUSIC ON THIS EPISODE: (from Dog Gone Calm, Vol. 1)Vivaldi Winter Largo from Four Seasons arranged for Left Hand by Lisa Spector HOW TO LEAVE A REVIEW:Gina shows you here YOUR TREAT (PDF with Tips):Using Music to Calm Your Dog's AnxietyCONNECT:Instagram: @My_Zen_Pet   @LisaSpectorPianoFacebook:       My Zen Pet      LisaSpectorPianistPodcast Website: MyZenPet.com/podcastLisa Spector's Website: LisaSpector.comClubhouse: @lisaspectorYouTube: LisaSpector

Hot Take Central
9-28 Segment 5 - Ranking the four seasons from best to worst in STL - Gio calls in

Hot Take Central

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 29:33


Ranking the four seasons from best to worst in STL - Gio calls in

Four Seasons of Film
Four Seasons of Film Podcast #408 (with filmmaker Jaegar Moore)

Four Seasons of Film

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 77:40


Blonde (2022). Plus: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007), Chopper (2000), My Week with Marylin (2011), One More Time with Feeling (2016), Spirited Away (2001), Howl's Moving Castle (2004), Grave of Fireflies (1988), Come and See (1985), All Quiet on the Western Front (2022). This episode is sponsored by FNX Fitness (Use the Discount Code: fourseasonsoffilm and receive 15% off your order). Podcast App: https://playpodca.st/fourseasons Spotify: http://bit.ly/4SOFspotify Check out our latest episodes, digital shorts, movie reviews and more: fourseasonsoffilm.com  Where to Find Nathan and Andy:  @fourseasonspod on Twitter  @fourseasonsoffilm on Instagram @NateRBlackburn on Instagram & Twitter  @AJPesa on IG & Twitter  Facebook: http://facebook.com/fourseasonsoffilm YouTube: http://youtube.com/fourseasonsoffilm Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/fourseasonsoffilm @fnx_fit Special thanks to: @crashburned @papajiggy @sfffilm @roxie_theater  Keep Film Alive!

Lead With Trust For Construction Leaders
49 | The Four Seasons of Partnering (Part 2)

Lead With Trust For Construction Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 39:56


Today's episode of The Lead With Trust Show is the conclusion of our two-part series on the Four Seasons of Partnering. In last week's show, Sue explained why there's a seasonality to partnering, just as there is to nature. She shared a story that illustrated this concept, as well as what happens when the partnering process becomes an afterthought, or doesn't receive the resources it once did. Sue also demonstrated the dangers of ignoring the natural seasons that the partnering process falls into, as well as why failing to understand this natural cycle can lead to false expectations, frustration, and failed projects. In part two, Sue takes a closer look at each of the seasons, and the lessons that are there to be learned. She outlines why many projects exist in an adversarial and even dog-eat-dog type of environment, where everyone is only looking out for their own interests - a 'siloed' environment where nothing can grow or prosper.   The many pitfalls of each season are discussed, along with methods for mitigating and even avoiding them altogether. Sue offers insights from her own extensive experience to help yield even greater results from your partnering framework. Join Sue for part one of this eye-opening discussion around the four seasons of partnering! If you have any questions or suggestions for Sue, feel free to reach out via email. Enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: How each season brings its own unique challenges and lessons to be learned, and how understanding this can actually be good for your project. The reasons why so many projects live in 'Winter' - an adversarial environment where everyone focuses on their own interests rather than the overall goals of the project. Insights on each season's unique pitfalls and challenges, as well as methods for mitigating and avoiding them in your project. And so much more... Resources: https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco website) https://sudyco.com/news/ (Lead with Trust Newsletter) Sue's Email: suedyer@sudyco.com

My Zen Pet
How to Help Your Nervous Barker With Certified Dog Trainer Corinne Gearhart

My Zen Pet

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 50:38 Very Popular


Karen Pryor and Fear Free Certified Dog Trainer Corinne Gearhart was a recent guest expert in The Dog Gone Calm Club. She's known as The Doodle Pro, specializing in training, grooming and boarding Doodles. But, her training tips apply to all dogs. In this episode, she educates listeners on recognizing nervous barking and shares force-free ways of managing barking  and helping dogs diminish their fears.  Listen to club members'  barking  challenges  with their dogs at home and Corinne's brilliant and simple answers. More about Corinne here. DOG GONE CALM, Vol. 1 FULL ALBUM ON ALL STREAMING CHANNELS:Click to listen on your favorite streaming appJOIN THE DOG  GONE CALM CLUB WAITLIST (We're opening next week!)MembershipTHEME MUSIC ON THIS EPISODE:Vivaldi Winter Largo from Four Seasons arranged for Left Hand by Lisa Spector HOW TO LEAVE A REVIEW:Gina shows you here YOUR TREAT (PDF with Tips):Using Music to Calm Your Dog's AnxietyCONNECT:Instagram: @My_Zen_Pet   @LisaSpectorPianoFacebook:       My Zen Pet      LisaSpectorPianistPodcast Website: MyZenPet.com/podcastLisa Spector's Website: LisaSpector.comClubhouse: @lisaspectorYouTube: LisaSpector

PopMaster
Rose Royce, OneRepublic and The Four Seasons

PopMaster

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 15:36


Barry takes on Paul in this midweek edition of the PopMaster Podcast with Ken Bruce.

Lead With Trust For Construction Leaders
48 | The Four Seasons of Partnering (Part 1)

Lead With Trust For Construction Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 21:43


The time has come to transition from the summer to the autumn. Temperatures are dropping and people are digging out their sweaters, jackets, and hats. Seasons are common enough in nature, but they also apply to your business, the economy, even your life. It stands to reason then that there's also a seasonality to the construction partnering process. In today's episode of The Lead With Trust Show, Sue discusses this seasonality and offers some advice for weathering (so to speak) these seasons effectively. During the episode, Sue explains the four seasons of partnering and the effects they can have on a project, its teams and its leaders, both positive and negative. She offers a story that beautifully illustrates the concept of seasonality in the partnering process, as well as what happens when the partnering process becomes an afterthought, something that doesn't deserve the resources it once did. Sue demonstrates the dangers of ignoring the natural seasons that the partnering process falls into, and why failing to understand this natural cycle can lead to false expectations, frustration, and failed projects. You'll also get a glimpse into the overview of the four seasons of an owners partnering program, and how you can implement these ideas into your own projects and relationships. Join Sue for part one of this fascinating discussion around the four seasons of partnering, and stay tuned for the conclusion next week. If you have any questions or suggestions for Sue, feel free to reach out via email. Enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: The concept of seasonality in the partnering process, as well as the effects they can have on a project, its teams and its leaders. What happens when the partnering process isn't given the resources it needs to deliver optimum results. An overview of the four seasons of an owners partnering program, and the pitfalls to look out for in each season. And so much more... Resources: https://sudyco.com/ (Sudyco website) https://sudyco.com/news/ (Lead with Trust Newsletter) Sue's Email: suedyer@sudyco.com

Ketogeek's Podcast
Mental Health & The Rise of Fentanyl Poisoning Among Youths & Adults | Mona & Mark Leonardi

Ketogeek's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 79:06


Fentanyl poisoning, drug overdose, and mental health are growing problems in the United States with each year more and more youth being victims of these social issues. In this podcast, we talk to the founders of the Michael Leonardi foundation and the parents of Michael Leonardi who lost his life to fentanyl poisoning in 2020. Please help support their cause and help raise awareness of this matter.  BIO: Mona Leonardi is the co-founder of the Michael Leonardi Foundation, a bay area non-profit organization dedicated to raising illicit fentanyl awareness in communities across the north bay area.  After losing her son, Michael on February 24, 2020, at the age of 20 to fentanyl poisoning, she started the foundation, along with Michael's father and sister, to be Michael's voice and the voice of those lost to fentanyl poisoning.  Fentanyl, a potent synthetic opioid that is 50 times more potent than heroin, is taking the lives of young Americans at an alarming rate at the hands of drug trafficking organizations and dealers.  The number one cause of death in the U.S. for ages 18-45 is fentanyl. Mark graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology and is originally from Long Island NY.  He started a career in the hospitality industry working for iconic hotel companies such as the Four Seasons, the historic Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC, the world-famous Hotel del Coronado, and the Claremont Resort and Spa before starting his own company planning large-scale corporate events nationwide.  Currently, Mark is the general manager of a tour company with offices in Napa and Sonoma Valleys while he is not working on the Michael Leonardi Foundation.  His daughter Julia is a student at UCSB, and he also has a three-year-old son, Samual, who keeps him busy but very happy.  He also thinks about and misses his son Michael daily.  Mark's goals are to help spread the word about the dangers of fentanyl poisoning and help keep our children safe. TIMESTAMPS 1:39 What are Ketogeek and Energy Pods? 11:43 Dangers of bad processed information 14:13 Guest bios 17:06 The back story and problem with fentanyl poisoning in the United States 21:27 What really stood out for you when you looked into the case of fentanyl poisoning? 22:48 Is fentanyl poisoning a new trend or something that's been going on for a while? 30:39 How are drug cartels marketing these drugs to dealers and the public? 35:22 History of fentanyl and why do we even have fentanyl in our drug supply? 37:37 How much fentanyl is used in medicine and how toxic is it? 39:30 What does fentanyl overdose in a person look like? 44:03 Is there a disconnect between colleges and the influx of opioid poisoning? 47:23 What are fentanyl test strips? 50:35 Is the DARE program or any drug awareness programs currently active in schools? 52:26 Why is fentanyl starting to dominate the drug market? 54:59 What kind of apps and social media tools are drug dealers using to target kids? 59:31 What can be done about fentanyl poisoning awareness? 1:04:20 How do you talk to youth about fentanyl poisoning and drugs? 1:07:56 How do you talk about your kids about fentanyl poisoning and drugs? 1:11:55 Who can you talk to if you have problems with drugs? 1:14:44 Do you have an important message for the public? 1:16:32 Final plugs PLUGS Michael Leonardi Foundation: Michael Leonardi Foundation | Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Facebook: Michael Leonardi Foundation | Facebook Instagram: Michael Leonardi Foundation (@michaelleonardifoundation) • Instagram photos and videos ALDEA: Welcome - Aldea Children & Family Services (aldeainc.org) Ketogeek Website & Shop: KetoGeek | Official Site

Axelbank Reports History and Today
#98: Kostya Kennedy - "True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson"

Axelbank Reports History and Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 58:01


Jackie Robinson's #42 is the only number retired across Major League Baseball, as his contributions to baseball and to American society can hardly be calculated. As Kostya Kennedy describes in his book, "True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson," he became a hero to generations of Americans thanks to his stoic, determined and thoughtful approach to dealing with the horrors of racial injustice. Kostya chose four key "seasons" that defined Robinson's life both on the field and off, and describes them in vivid detail. Kostya also describes his encounters with Rachel Robinson, who has survived Jackie by five decades. For baseball fans, there are detailed analysis' of Jackie's swing, of the area around Ebbet's FIeld, and of some of the biggest plays in his career. For those who want to understand how one man can change so much, this episode is for you.Kostya Kennedy's website can be found at: http://www.kostyakennedy.com/He is on Twitter at https://twitter.com/kostyakennedyMore information about his book can be found at https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250274052/truethefourseasonsofjackierobinsonSupport our show at https://patreon.com/axelbankhistory**A portion of every contribution is given to a charity for children's literacy** "Axelbank Reports History and Today" can be found on social media at https://twitter.com/axelbankhistory https://instagram.com/axelbankhistoryhttps://facebook.com/axelbankhistory

Lead To Succeed
#105 Leadership Insights From The Worlds Most Admired Companies

Lead To Succeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 45:39


Adrian Simpson, of Wavelength shares hugely valuable leadership insights from the world's most successful companies. Over the last 20 years, Adrian Simpson, co-founder of Wavelength, has taken leaders into the boardrooms and shop floors of globally revered, successful, and innovative companies.  The purpose is to understand what makes them successful and learn from their strategies, techniques, and approach. These companies include Netflix, Apple, Tesla, LEGO, Google, and Four Seasons, to name a few. Discover insights that Adrian has gained from their senior executives about leadership and the golden thread that is consistent across many of these outstanding businesses. If you're keen to learn what creates the success of top-performing companies, this episode is for you. We discuss Why you can only lead your people if you know them Leadership and compassion The key role of a leader Air BnB - Doing the right thing even when it's not your responsibility Defining business purpose Be uncompromising on culture----more---- Connect with Adrian Simpson at Wavelength ----more---- The podcast is brought to you by RJEN Specialists in exponential B2B business growth  Connect with the show hosts below. We welcome your views on our podcast and questions you might have for our podcast guests. Callum Jenkins Rebecca Jenkins  

This Day In The Mob
Jersey Boy: Angelo "Gyp" DeCarlo

This Day In The Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 29:10


On THIS DAY IN THE MOB, September 2nd 1902, Genovese family caporegime Angelo Gyp DeCarlo was born. Gyp was a powerful mafiosi who helped the career of Frank Sinatra and Frankie Vallie and The Four Seasons. Yes he was depicted by Christopher Walken in the movie Jersey Boys.  But DeCarlos power and stature in the mafia went well beyond that. Listen to the life story of Angelo Gyp Decarlo NOW!