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The Michigan Man Podcast
The Michigan Man Podcast - Episode 609 - Clayton Sayfie from The Wolverine discusses Michigan's tough schedule

The Michigan Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 49:04


1) My Thoughts: It's hard to believe, but football practice starts in less than two weeks. 2) Game Day: Clayton Sayfie from The Wolverine Magazine joins me to discuss Michigans brutal schedule this fall 3) Quick Hits: We resume weekly programming in August and begin the previews Get our free show app in the Apple and Google Play Stores

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Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 0:44


Bank Windhoek het ‘n mylpaal bereik deur ‘n nuwe mobiele banktoepassing op beide Apple App and Google Play Stores bekend te stel. Die Hoof van Bemarking en Korporatiewe Kommunikasiedienste van die bank, Jacquiline Pack, het aan Kosmos 94.1 Nuus vertel hul strategie is volgens hul klante te behoeftes.

Redirected
Adam Oxner | Swimming to Technology

Redirected

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 32:59


Continuing our Forbes 30 under 30 series today, I got to talk to Adam Oxner. Adam is a co-founder of MySwimPro. MySwimPro is a personal coach app that helps swimmers in more than 180 countries improve their performance and health by delivering personalized training plans, workouts, technique videos, and analytics. Since its launch in 2015, the app has made something of a splash; netting more than 250,000 downloads from registered athletes. Apple Store editors named MySwimPro the 2016 Apple Watch App of the Year, and both the Apple App and Google Play Stores featured it on their home pages. They've most recently expanded the app to help those training for triathlons. 30 under 30 ▶ https://www.forbes.com/pictures/5dd963722c886a0007ece5bd/myswimpro-fares-ksebati-2/?sh=6f399ec6120d Learn more about MySwimPro ▶ https://myswimpro.com/ Follow MySwimPro on the Gram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/MySwimPro/ Thanks so much for watching! Continue the conversation over on Instagram here ▶ https://www.instagram.com/theredirectedpod/?hl=en Follow My Twitter ▶ http://www.twitter.com/AndrewDEast​ Follow My Instagram ▶ http://www.instagram.com/AndrewDEast​ Like the Facebook page! ▶ http://www.facebook.com/AndrewDEast​ Snapchat! ▶ @AndrewDEast

SharkPreneur
570: Sapphire Studios with Anish Dalal

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 17:44


570: Sapphire Studios Anish Dalal, Sapphire Apps – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 570 Anish Dalal Anish Dalal is a serial entrepreneur and CEO of Sapphire Apps, a 7-figure app development and growth agency responsible for more than 15M downloads in the iOS and Google Play Stores. He has created over 500 apps for clients like Lindsay Lohan, Bart Baker, Alesso, and others. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Anish Dalal about helping companies develop and grow apps. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show: ●    How to use ASO to make your app appear higher up on the app list. ●    Why people shouldn’t tell stories in their Facebook or Instagram ads. ●    How it’s important to push a volume of different kinds of content. ●    Why companies need to be data driven to see what is working for them. Connect with Anish: Guest Contact Info Instagram @itsanishd LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/anish-dalal-1b503472 Links Mentioned: sapphireapps.com sapphirestudios.co Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
75: “Sal’s Famous Pizzeria is Here to Stay” – Do The Right Thing

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2020 122:39


Riots. Fires. Police violence. Ruinous bigotry. A cacophony of voices calling for justice for Black Americans. These are all very present in today’s newspaper headlines and social media feeds, and also set the scene for Spike Lee’s seminal modern classic DO THE RIGHT THING, which is no less urgent in 2020 than it was upon its 1989 release. Lee’s film was praised by most critics but received a backlash from some, who wrongly believed the film itself would incite riots upon its summer release. Instead, When We Were Young happily joins in the thoughtful conversation on racial tensions Do The Right Thing has prompted for thirty years and counting, finding the film not only rightfully angry but also vibrant, loving, insightful, and incredibly funny. As the world mourns the senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others by those meant to serve and protect, our cohosts discuss just how difficult it is to “Fight the Power” when that power is armed with a license to kill citizens without cause, and debate what “doing the right thing” even means anymore. Black Lives Matter — and that’s the truth, Ruth. National Bail Fund Network https://www.communityjusticeexchange.org/nbfn-directory Rolling Stone Bail Fund Links: https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/george-floyd-protests-bail-funds-police-brutality-black-lives-matter-1008259/ When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show.

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
75: “Sal’s Famous Pizzeria is Here to Stay” - Do The Right Thing

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 122:39


Riots. Fires. Police violence. Ruinous bigotry. A cacophony of voices calling for justice for Black Americans. These are all very present in today’s newspaper headlines and social media feeds, and also set the scene for Spike Lee’s seminal modern classic DO THE RIGHT THING, which is no less urgent in 2020 than it was upon its 1989 release. Lee’s film was praised by most critics but received a backlash from some, who wrongly believed the film itself would incite riots upon its summer release. Instead, When We Were Young happily joins in the thoughtful conversation on racial tensions Do The Right Thing has prompted for thirty years and counting, finding the film not only rightfully angry but also vibrant, loving, insightful, and incredibly funny. As the world mourns the senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others by those meant to serve and protect, our cohosts discuss just how difficult it is to “Fight the Power” when that power is armed with a license to kill citizens without cause, and debate what “doing the right thing” even means anymore. Black Lives Matter — and that’s the truth, Ruth. National Bail Fund Network https://www.communityjusticeexchange.org/nbfn-directory Rolling Stone Bail Fund Links: https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/george-floyd-protests-bail-funds-police-brutality-black-lives-matter-1008259/ When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show.

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
74: “There’s Something Very Familiar About All This” – Back To The Future Parts II & III

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2020 58:27


We've already passed the future depicted in BACK TO THE FUTURE, PART II (1989) and we know just how many things the action-adventure flick got wrong about the year 2015. (Though the film's hellish alternate reality where a boorish, corrupt egomaniac is in charge rings familiar.) But does the film otherwise hold up more than 30 years later, or does it sink like a hoverboard over water? Is BACK TO THE FUTURE, PART III (1990) the superior sequel? And will we ever figure out why Marty is best friends with someone more than three times his age? When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
74: "There's Something Very Familiar About All This" - Back To The Future Parts II & III

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2020 58:27


We've already passed the future depicted in BACK TO THE FUTURE, PART II (1989) and we know just how many things the action-adventure flick got wrong about the year 2015. (Though the film's hellish alternate reality where a boorish, corrupt egomaniac is in charge rings familiar.) But does the film otherwise hold up more than 30 years later, or does it sink like a hoverboard over water? Is BACK TO THE FUTURE, PART III (1990) the superior sequel? And will we ever figure out why Marty is best friends with someone more than three times his age? When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
73: “You’re Safe and Sound Now, Back in Good Old 1955” – Back To The Future

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020


Great Scott! We're back! And we're discussing one of the most popular movie trilogies of all time. BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985) was an enormous hit straight out of the gate, turning Robert Zemeckis into one of Hollywood's most sought-after directors and the Delorean into a car people actually wanted to own. The time travel action-adventure is still one of the most beloved films from the 1980s, but now that we're looking back at it from the future, does the trilogy's premier installment stand the test of time? Join our debate, and stay tuned for Part 2 later this week! When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
73: "You're Safe and Sound Now, Back in Good Old 1955" - Back To The Future

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 60:34


Great Scott! We're back! And we're discussing one of the most popular movie trilogies of all time. BACK TO THE FUTURE (1985) was an enormous hit straight out of the gate, turning Robert Zemeckis into one of Hollywood's most sought-after directors and the Delorean into a car people actually wanted to own. The time travel action-adventure is still one of the most beloved films from the 1980s, but now that we're looking back at it from the future, does the trilogy's premier installment stand the test of time? Join our debate, and stay tuned for Part 2 later this week! When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
72: "Whatever Happened to Predictability?" - TGIF

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2019 104:11


If you've been waiting for us to tackle ABC's family-friendly Friday night programming block known as TGIF - you got it, dude! TGIF premiered in 1989, and hosted, oh, about a hundred thousand sitcoms, maybe a dozen or so you may actually remember today. If you were a child of the 90s, there's no doubt you likely waited all week to tune in to "Full House," "Family Matters," "Step By Step" and "Boy Meets World" - and maybe even "Dinosaurs," too. This week we're taking a look back at these family shows to see if their laugh tracks and heartwarming moments still entertain us as adults. Join us as we tackle the big questions: where did all the family members disappear to on "Step By Step?" How are three single men sharing a house in San Francisco NOT gay? Is Urkel just an incel in disguise as a geek? And, most importantly, will we go insane listening to catchphrase after catchphrase after catchphrase? Have mercy. When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast
72: "Whatever Happened to Predictability?" - TGIF

When We Were Young - an 80s and 90s pop culture podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2019 104:11


If you've been waiting for us to tackle ABC's family-friendly Friday night programming block known as TGIF - you got it, dude! TGIF premiered in 1989, and hosted, oh, about a hundred thousand sitcoms, maybe a dozen or so you may actually remember today. If you were a child of the 90s, there's no doubt you likely waited all week to tune in to "Full House," "Family Matters," "Step By Step" and "Boy Meets World" - and maybe even "Dinosaurs," too. This week we're taking a look back at these family shows to see if their laugh tracks and heartwarming moments still entertain us as adults. Join us as we tackle the big questions: where did all the family members disappear to on "Step By Step?" How are three single men sharing a house in San Francisco NOT gay? Is Urkel just an incel in disguise as a geek? And, most importantly, will we go insane listening to catchphrase after catchphrase after catchphrase? Have mercy. When We Were Young is a podcast devoted to the most beloved pop culture of our formative years (roughly 1980-2000). Join us for a look back to the past with a critical eye on how these movies, songs, TV shows and more hold up now. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @WWWYshow, on Facebook at Facebook.com/WWWYShow and email your episode suggestions to wwwyshow@gmail.com. Don’t forget to subscribe and review us on the iTunes and Google Play Stores so more folks check out the show! Help us defray the costs of creating this show, which includes purchasing movies/shows/music to review, delivery food to eat our feelings, and producing & editing in-house at the MFP Studio in Los Angeles, California, by donating to our Patreon account at patreon.com/WhenWeWereYoung

Irish Fireside
#157 Downloading Offline Google Maps for Navigation in Ireland - AUDIO VERSION

Irish Fireside

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2019 1:51


Whether it's because you don't have an international plan for your smartphone or you simply hit a deadzone, it's a good idea to download local maps to your phone before you get lost in Ireland. In this episode, I walk you through the "hidden" feature in Google Maps that lets you get directions even when you phone is in Airplane Mode. A video version is available at https://youtu.be/2pQZmdIqWfc Google Maps is available for free in both the Apple and Google Play Stores.

Rede mit - Der Nimm-Idol-Podcast
Rede Mit #18.2: Wir spielen WoW, Puyo Puyo Tetris, Starlink, Pokémon Let’s Go

Rede mit - Der Nimm-Idol-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2018 151:24


Wenn man sich so lange nicht mehr unterhalten hat, kann man schon mal abschweifen. Hier ist also eine extralange Folge, in der wir über all die Spiele reden, die wir in der Vergangenheit gespielt haben. Simon hat wieder einen Gaming-PC und spielt World of Warcraft! Außerdem reden wir unter anderem auch über Puyo Puyo Tetris, Starlink, Pokémon Let's Go und über Warframe auf der Nintendo Switch. Und dann schweifen wir ab und reden zum Beispiel über Fortnites Android-Version außerhalb des Google Play Stores und was das zu bedeuten hat. Mit dabei sind Andi, B, Evan und Simon. Der Podcast wurde am 24.11.2018 aufgenommen.

Fab Wives Unfiltered
Episode 19: What to do When You're Tired of Being the Bigger Person

Fab Wives Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2017 13:21


Marriage has no room for pride or ego. Sometimes it takes being the bigger person when you're faced with challenging times. But what do you do when you're simply tired of being the bigger person in your marriage? In episode 19 of the Fab Wives Unfiltered Podcast, the wives discuss being the bigger person, managing through petty moments and more! Connect with Fab Wives on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @fabwives Episode # 19 was sponsored by LoveTank App by Jasmine Cruz. The LoveTank application cultivates love and purposeful interactions globally. Download the app on the Apple or Google Play Stores today. Follow on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @livelovetank & @jasminesuzette

Interfaith Matters
Between Church and State: NYC Mayoral Appointee Jonathan Soto on the Bilateral Value of Faith and Civic Engagement

Interfaith Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2017 34:23


  Our Guest:    This time on "Interfaith Matters," host Maggi Van Dorn talks with Jonathan Soto, executive director of Mayor Bill de Blasio's newly-formed Center for Faith and Community Partnerships.   The center is designed to transform the way faith and other community organizations access city services.  We discuss why collaboration between faith communities and local government is not a violation of the First Amendment, but is essential to protect freedom, and help citizens in need. Jonathan will be one of the experts working with faith leaders in ICNY's upcoming "Interfaith Civic Leadership Academy."   Podcast Highlights:   On the importance of connecting faith communities with local government: “A house of worship could be the first institution a person interacts with when they come to this city or this country for the first time. It’s an important step, especially as it relates to services, to ensure that houses of worship are really well-resourced, and well connected to city services.”     On why faith community outreach helps protect city services: “There can be a policy argument that services should be cut because people aren’t using them, while in reality what’s happening is that government isn’t doing a very good job of letting people know these services are available.”     On what faith leaders will gain from the upcoming Interfaith Civic Leadership Academy: “Government is like a labyrinth, and it’s hard to navigate it if you don’t know the language. My hope is that [the Academy will] make the language accessible, and we can be open about ways to engage intentionally and collaboratively in order to maximize the benefit government can provide to people.”   On protecting religious liberty for others: “There is no religious liberty if we elevate one perspective over the other. If my Muslim sister or brother doesn't have religious freedom, then I don't have religious freedom. We give up a lot of our power when we work in silos.  But we maximize our power when we engage in collaborative action and work together."    FAITH COMMUNITY LEADER RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PROGRAM:   Faith community leaders interested in joining the Weekend of Action, or who would like to connect with the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships, please contact Jonathan Soto directly at jsoto@cityhall.nyc.gov. The “Access HRA” app is a new online portal from New York City’s Human Resources Administration.  People in your community can use the app to apply online for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Cash Assistance, Medicaid renewal, manage benefits, read agency notices. It’s available on iPhone and Google Play Stores or click here.  The "Interfaith Civic Leadership Academy" (ICLA):   Beginning in November 2017, ICNY will sponsor 20 faith community leaders to participate in evening training workshops on a bi-monthly basis in civic engagement, legal literacy, and community organizing. These workshops will be led by expert partners including: The Center for Court Innovation, Faith in New York, The Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, CUNY CLEAR as well as the NYPD. Individual participants will each receive a $1,000 stipend + seed funding for community projects. The application deadline is October 2, 2017 Program details and application info is available at http://interfaithcenter.org/icla For more info, email Iman Boukadoum or call 212.870.3515.   ___________________________________________________   Podcast Questions? Comments?   Have a question for our guests, or a comment on our podcast series?  Please feel free to leave comments on your podcast player, or send us an email at socialmedia@interfaithcenter.org.  And please be sure to rate us!

Women Infused Radio with Kristi Lynn Olson - Women | Business | Fascinating Faith

Episode 014: Danita Scott Today’s guest, Danita Scott, is on a mission to empower women and girls to live their best lives. She works for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, giving girls a voice. This interview is part of a series I am doing that coincides with our latest book launch project, Volumes 1 & 2 of the book We Walk by Faith and Not by Sight: Women of Faith in the marketplace, available now on Amazon. Through the stories of 19 amazing women of faith, we get to peek behind the curtain of their lives and become inspired and encouraged for the journey we are on as women who work in the marketplace AND women who are called to Kingdom business in a variety of industries all around the united states. Danita’s professional speaking career is dedicated to helping women identify and interrupt patterns of perfection and failure that hold them back from achieving their dreams.  She is funny, relatable and honest about her successes and failures.  She has a unique ability to connect to people from diverse backgrounds.  She has spent her professional career in non-profit management and leading teams to accomplish big goals. When Danita is not helping women live there best lives you can find her chasing after her diva dog Parker, going to the newest thrift store giddy with excitement or traveling to a new city just for fun!  Danita is truly an influencer. She grew up shy and awkward and not well spoken. She was so shy that when SHE was a girl scout her mom had to sell all her cookies because Danita was too afraid to speak to people. But as you will hear in our interview today, God had BIG plans for her and today is launching her into the next season of her life as a beautiful single woman of God, who is here to use her voice to impact and influence a generation. To hear the full interview, uncut and full of wisdom and practical tips for women of faith in the marketplace, you need to download the FREE Women Infused™ app, available on Apple and Google Play Stores. After you download the app, go to the Women Infused™ Podcast Radio network. There you will find the full interviews for all the We Walk By Faith Book series CO-authors as we release them. Plus, if you download the app TODAY and go to the Women Infused™ Radio network, you will have the opportunity to receive a free eBook devotional called Love Notes of Encouragement for Women of Faith in the Marketplace. It’s full of special bonus inspiration and encouragement, including a special collection of notes of encouragement from some of the co-authors of We Walk By Faith and Not by Sight book series. Hurry, because this free offer of the eBook will only be available for a limited time.  

Inbound Logistics Podcast
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Inbound Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2017 1:13


With the Logistics Planner, you can find the right solutions, carriers and partners to drive efficiency in your supply chain operations and enable your enterprise to navigate the twists and turns, ups and downs of the coming year. The Planner, 25 years strong, features profiles of leaders in transportation, technology, logistics, supply chain management, education and more who stand ready to help you face upcoming challenges, optimize your enterprise and amp your career.   Inbound Logistics magazine provides in-depth case histories, how-to guides, best practices, original research and decision support information to help you manage your career and your company more efficiently. Monthly topics include: logistics and supply chain education, global trade and logistics, logistics and supply chain technology, trucking, warehousing, sustainability, third-party (3PL) logistics, and intermodal, air, rail and ocean transportation.   Download the app for free today in the Itunes and Google Play Stores.   http://bit.ly/ILMagApp    http://bit.ly/ILMagAppGoogle 

Women Infused Radio with Kristi Lynn Olson - Women | Business | Fascinating Faith

Episode 013: Patti Ann Ridgway Interview I'm so excited about this episode because we kick off our new series of interviews from the co-authors of our latest Women Infused™ book project.  "We Walk by Faith and Not by Sight: Women of Faith in the Marketplace", Volumes 1 & 2, now available on Amazon! Patti is passionate about her family, her faith, and feeding people...feeding people in the truest sense of the word.  To hear the full interview, uncut and full of wisdom and practical tips for women of faith in the marketplace, you need to download the FREE Women Infused™ app, available on Apple and Google Play Stores. https://womeninfusedapp.com After you download the app, go to the Women Infused™ Podcast Radio network. There you will find the full interviews for all the We Walk By Faith Book series CO-authors as we release them. Plus, if you download the app TODAY and go to the Women Infused™ Radio network, you will have the opportunity to receive a free eBook devotional called Love Notes of Encouragement for Women of Faith in the Marketplace. It’s full of special bonus inspiration and encouragement, including a special collection of notes of encouragement from some of the co-authors of We Walk By Faith and Not by Sight, volumes 1 & 2. Hurry because this free offer of the eBook will only be available for a limited time. Join our community of faith-filled women and we look forward to connecting with you there. Check out Patti’s website: www.ProjectFeedItForward.com

Call Collymore
Call Collymore 22nd January 2017

Call Collymore

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2017 68:13


Stan discusses all the weekend's games as well as the topic of ownership in football with calls from fans of Forest, Blackburn and Charlton. He is joined by former pros Emile Heskey, Dean Hammond and Ken Monkou along with the Evening Standard's James Olley and the Mirror's Adrian Kajumba. Download the Call Collymore App in the App and Google Play Stores or at www.collymore.com. And join in with the show on 0330 380 9911, if we are off air you can leave a message on the Rant Line. Come On!!!

Call Collymore
Call Collymore - Review of 2016

Call Collymore

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2016 77:11


Stan reviews the football highs and lows of 2016 including Leicester City's crowning as Champions of England, the age of the Super Manager, record signings, England's woeful performance at the Euros, his 'Journaliste' adventures and the football family coming together to get justice for the 96. He also listens back to some of the highlights of his interviews for Stadium Astro with Michael Carrick, Gareth Barry and Kevin De Bruyne. Download the Call Collymore App in the App and Google Play Stores or at Collymore.com

The Summer Podcast
Ep.26: Rafer Alston - Skip To My Lou

The Summer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2016 62:24


Rafer Alston sits with us and shares his story and plight of being ahead of his time as a New York City Legend, his days with And-1, college experiences, and being a 12yr. NBA Veteran. Rafer is great with helping everyone feel as if they are right there with him. He speaks on his life growing up compared to the technology of today. You are sure to enjoy this episode with Skip.   Contact: Talk@TheSummerPodcast.com Twitter: @TheSummerPod Check out FREE - The Summer Podcast - APP in iTunes and Google Play Stores.