Episode 283: Host Brendan Boylan is joined by Mervin Walls to discuss the breaking news that WR Michael Thomas will miss all of the 2021 season after a setback to his ankle. Follow the Podcast on Twitter @TheWhoDatDis Follow Host Brendan Boylan (@btboylan) on Twitter and Instagram Follow Guest Mervin Walls (@Merv_Speak) on Twitter Follow the Saints News Network at Si.com/Nfl/Saints Subscribe to Our iTunes, Sticher, TuneIn, Audible, and Spotify Channels. To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/TheWhoDatDiscussion Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 6.4 features IFMGA guide Martin Volken. Martin shares his story of becoming a guide service and gear shop owner. Martin talks about what goes into co-authoring several books. He explains a matrix to weigh the likelihood versus consequences of a given hazard that he utilizes when guiding in the mountains. Enjoy the show. Music by @agediamante
Ben Garwood is a former member of 22nd Special Air Service Regiment (22 SAS) and founder of HR4K, Amanda Vernalls is a veteran spouse & CrossFit mum, former nightclub promotions manager and art tutor. Amanda is also the owner of The Galloping Gallery - raising funds for charity. Ben and Amanda are co-hosts of Own It - a series of short films promoting physical and mental well-being. Become a H-Hour Patron at https://patreon.com/hkpodcasts
Harry Morton is the founder of Lower Street Media, a podcast production agency that specialises in premium podcasts for ambitious companies. Lower Street are the agency behind top shows such as Secret Leaders, Technology Untangled and WFH Daily. Harry's business has skyrocketed since COVID, doubling in size of revenue and headcount in the last 6-months as more companies start to realise how effective podcasting can be. Harry also runs Single Track Conf, a 3-day mountain-biking founder retreat.➡️ Here's my course on starting a podcast in 2 hours or less (use "bites" for $10 off)What we covered in this episode: Why start an agency? it's not exactly a dream business to start. How Harry grew Lowerstreet through cold outreach1st client, Ultimate Leadership Podcast Why the productising model didn't work out for Lowerstreet What Harry did in the early days for growth How losing 30% of revenue was a catalyst for growth Doubling the agency revenue in 6 months Quitting his job with no savings to start Lowersteet Not knowing what to do when starting the company Addressing shiny object syndrome Why focus vs portfolio of projects argument is BS The secret sauce for making a sh*t hot podcast How to make a show that stands out Starting a mountain bike community Recommendations Book: Out on The Wire by Jessica Abel Podcast: Startup Indie Hacker: Andrew Wilkinson Follow Harry Twitter LinkedIn Follow Me Twitter Indie Bites Twitter Personal Website Buy A Wallet Sponsor - 2 Hour PodcastYes, that's right, I'm sponsoring my own show
From campfire tales to forum frights, to silver-screen shivers in the night -- this isn't time for you to cower as we invite you to the Zero Hour. It's the time for spooks and ghouls and shivering frights! Join us this week as we take a look at Bela Lugosi, Papa Johns, and Halloween along with some other stranger things. * We are not professionals, and as such our opinions must not be taken as fact. * Intro and Outro Music: The Dark Tile by Rafael Krux Link: filmmusic.io/song/5333-the-dark -- If you have any topics/questions you'd like us to cover on this show, drop us a line at OfMicAndMenPodcast@gmail.com!
Join the Founder/EIC of Batman-On-Film.com, Bill "Jett" Ramey, and Senior BOF Contributor Ryan Lower as they discuss the following on the 37th edition of the Batman On Film Social Hour: BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN SPECIAL Batman in THE FLASH The Latest on THE BATMAN
Episode 71 with Maribelle Moreno she shares her traumatic story with us something that happened to her as a young child.93 percent of Children sexually abused now their abuser. 1 in 4 girls and 1 and 6 boys will be sexually abused before they turn 18. The younger the Victim the more likely the abuser is a family member of those Molesting a child under 6, 50 % where family members. Let's help educate and spread awareness!! These victims deserve a voice and need to be heard. These Pedophiles need to be stoped. Our children need to be protected & educated. Maribelle is strong and such a beautiful amazing soul and we are thankful that she felt safe enough to share her story with us. I think she is going to do beautiful things in her life and help so many she Doesn't let her traumatic experience define or control her life and I hope her story helps others & empowers them to have a voice
Best-selling author Tim Ferriss chats with Chris about how he built and grew his podcast (The Tim Ferriss Show) to 700+ Million Downloads. They give a deep inside look at how their podcasts got started and how everything comes together each week (equipment, production, interviews and more). They also discuss a number of topics relevant outside of podcasting, like interviewing skills, marketing, branding and storytelling.Tim Ferriss (@tferriss) has been listed as one of Fast Company's “Most Innovative Business People.” He is an early-stage technology investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ others) and the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek and Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. The Observer and other media have called Tim “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of The Tim Ferriss Show podcast, which is the first business/interview podcast to exceed 100 million downloads. It has now exceeded 700 million downloads.Full show notes available at: https://www.allthehacks.com/podcasting-tim-ferriss Selected Links From The EpisodeConnect with Tim Ferriss: Twitter | Instagram | Blog | Podcast | 5-Bullet Friday NewsletterTim's Resources on Podcasting: 2016 Blog Post | Interview with Rolf PottsPodcast Recording Platforms: Zencastr | SquadCast | Riverside.fm | QuickTime | AppleOther Podcasting Tools: Descript | ChartablePodcasting EquipmentLogitech BRIO Ultra HD Webcam | AmazonAudio-Technica ATR2100x-USB Cardioid Dynamic Microphone | AmazonAudio-Technica ATR2500x-USB Cardioid Condenser Microphone | AmazonApple AirPods with Charging Case | AmazonZoom H6 6-Track Portable Recorder | AmazonXLR Cables | AmazonShure SM58 Handheld Dynamic Vocal Microphone | AmazonTim's BooksThe 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New RichThe 4-Hour Body: An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming SuperhumanThe 4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good LifeTools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class PerformersTribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the WorldTim Ferriss Show Episodes:#1 with Kevin Rose#22 Ed Catmull, President of Pixar#418 Esther Perel#444 Hugh Jackman#60 Arnold Schwarzenegger#349 LeBron James#506 Balaji Srinivasan#283 Tim Urban#25, 26 & 27: Kevin Kelly#40 Andrew Zimmern#399 Adam Grant#281 Stewart BrandOther Books and Blog Posts: The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness by Morgan HouselFinding the One Decision That Removes 100 Decisions (or, Why I'm Reading No New Books in 2020) | Tim Ferriss4 Tools to Use Now That Facebook Analytics is Gone | Ad EspressoThe Tail End | Wait But WhyThe 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing by Al Ries and Jack Trout | Amazon1,000 True Fans | The TechniumThis Satirical TikToker is Generating Millions of Dollars in EMV for World-Renowned Brands by Andrew Chen | Captiv880/20 Rule (Pareto Principle) | InvestopediaOther Podcasts:This American LifeThe Joe Rogan Experience | SpotifyID10T (Formerly Nerdist) with Chris Hardwick | Apple PodcastsWTF with Marc Maron PodcastWNYCPushkin PodcastsThe Stacking Benjamins PodcastArmchair ExpertIt's Official: ‘Call Her Daddy' is Exclusive | Quill Full Show NotesWho is Chris Hutchins, and how many episodes of his new podcast, All the Hacks, does he have under his belt thus far? [2:26]A few choice pieces of advice anyone should consider when aspiring to start a podcast: you don't have to commit forever, only do this if you'd do it for free, and don't worry about how big (or small) your audience is. [4:30]Don't commit to forever, but start with a reasonable number of episodes to aim for (Tim chose six). If you don't love the direction it's going, change direction until you do. Choose a game you can win. [6:50]Expect technical SNAFUs. Always have a backup plan. Better: have several. “Two is one, and one is none.” [11:40]Is it still early in the days of podcasting and ripe with opportunity, or is it too crowded and people should consider new mediums for content? [12:55]Why did Chris want to start a podcast, and what has made it worthwhile to continue? [17:04]Gear Tim uses and why most of his podcast conversations are done remotely. [20:27]How many technical difficulties would Tim endure before just rescheduling an interview? What precautions does Tim take to make this less likely? [23:04]An easy way to test if your remote guest's external mic is selected. [27:44]Tim once advised podcasters against recording on video, but he's changed my tune. What are the pros and cons? [27:26]How different did his operation look when Tim was just getting started, and how has it evolved over time with the addition of metrics for monetization and staff to assist with production? [32:24]What Chris has considered when weighing the rewards of monetization versus its costs, and Tim's two cents' worth on sponsorship best practices and options available. (Bonus: why Tim's books aren't available in paperback.) [37:03]Can't get big-name guests? Prioritize getting good guests even if they're not household names. People like good content more than they like bad content with a fancy name (and you'll probably like not having to get through a phalanx of publicists and lawyers and managers for a year to get that “famous” but potentially less interesting guest). [48:29]How Tim has found guests from the very beginning. [52:18]Tim's thoughts on Chris' interview with Leigh Rowan (note: not a household name, but an incredible guest who brought his A game). [53:53]You may not be able to “fix” a bad guest no matter how well-practiced you are as an interviewer. But you can always record long and edit liberally. [55:26]Questions Tim asks and conversations he'll have with guests to put them at ease and get them to a place where they can trust the process. [57:09]Why Tim finds Twitter to be an excellent, low-risk way to source guests. But there are right ways and wrong ways to go about it. [1:01:20]Illustrating the importance of technical redundancy, Chris confesses that he had to re-record the interview with Leigh Rowan from scratch. At least it was a lesson learned on day one. [1:07:52]The value of reading transcripts (and, perhaps more painfully, audience feedback on social media) of your interviews early on in order to improve, as well as other methods of soliciting torture from select friends for personal development. [1:10:00]Why becoming a better interviewer is really becoming your best self as an interviewer. Remember: what's worked for Joe Rogan or James Lipton or Larry King may not work for you. [1:17:04]How long does Tim spend on prep prior to an interview? What are some helpful shortcuts and processes to squeeze the most juice out of this time? [1:21:22]Has Tim ever done too much research before an interview — to the point that the ensuing conversation was devoid of any meaningful surprises? [1:27:15]What might cause Tim to push pause on publishing an interview, and how would he break the news diplomatically to the guest? What efforts can be made to salvage something useful from the experience for both parties? [1:30:13]Does Tim always read a guest's new book before he interviews them? [1:32:06]Has Tim ever had to pause during an interview to regroup and replan its direction? What steps do I take to make sure the guest and I sound as good as possible? [1:34:31]How did Tim build an understanding of his guests, and what did he learn about relating to an audience from Wait But Why‘s Tim Urban? [1:38:37]Tip: How to avoid getting your AirPods case mixed up with a significant other/family member/roommate who lives with you. [1:43:58]Does Tim pay attention to number of podcast downloads and other listener-quantifying metrics? What would motivate extra scrutiny of those numbers? [1:45:19]Why you probably want to funnel your listeners to your own website instead of something like a Facebook page that uses algorithims you can't control. [1:50:00]Is growth as important as creating good content? What are the most effective ways to grow an audience that will find that good content? [1:55:14]Is there a point to putting audio-only content on a video platform like YouTube? While growth has no magic bullet and the tools are forever changing, here are some evergreen references that might help you find the anchor that will work for your needs. [2:01:00]Want to be of the best service to yourself and your audience? Stop trying to please all of the people all of the time. Find the cadence, content, and frequency that fulfills you first. [2:04:35]Someone might tune in to your podcast for a certain guest, but if they come back, it's because of you. This being said, is it necessary to go out of your way to remind listeners that you exist in every episode? [2:08:15]How can you make your good question a great question while making your guest sound even smarter and get your listeners personally invested in the conversation? [2:10:18]What is one of Chris' best investments? [2:13:05]How (and why) did Tim make the transition from being “The 4-Hour Guy” to the host of The Tim Ferriss Show (rather than starting something like The 4-Hour Podcast)? [2:14:11]You have a personal brand (even if you've never tried to build one). But how do you know what it entails? [2:25:08]To eliminate the bother of selling ads and securing sponsors, is it worth it to join a podcast network that promises to take care of monetization for you (for a hefty cut)? [2:27:50]How does Tim handle a follow-up question if he's thought of it well past the point it would make sense to fit it into the conversation? [2:36:52]Does Tim have any tactics for getting introductions to potential guests from other people in my existing network? [2:38:33]A question you can ask to improve your interviewing prowess (courtesy of Adam Grant). [2:40:18]What kind of processes does Tim go through when he reassess the direction of the podcast after reaching a preestablished milestone? [2:42:27]The time-saving power of batching recording sessions. [2:44:54]Parting thoughts. [2:50:57] Connect with All the HacksAll the Hacks: Newsletter | Website | Facebook | EmailChris Hutchins: Twitter | Instagram | Website | LinkedIn
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #34 and Like a Hood Ornament #40: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 19, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 11 https://archive.org/download/podcast-324/Podcast%20324.mp3 Welcome to the first part of the Halloween editions of The Thirteenth Hour podcast! This week, we’re discussing a few toymaking updates, reading the next…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #324 and Like a Hood Ornament #40: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 19, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 11
From campfire tales to forum frights, to silver-screen shivers in the night -- this isn't time for you to cower as we invite you to the Zero Hour. This week, we talk about the Zodiac killer, the Comic-Con game room, and the best place to eat: Golden Corral. Also we recently completed another Game Jam game! You can check it out here: https://jungaboon.itch.io/little-plutos-peril * We are not professionals, and as such our opinions must not be taken as fact. * Intro and Outro Music: The Dark Tile by Rafael Krux Link: filmmusic.io/song/5333-the-dark -- If you have any topics/questions you'd like us to cover on this show, drop us a line at OfMicAndMenPodcast@gmail.com!
Episode 70 with Preston Christiansen this is a part 2 he was also on Episode 52. We have learned so much from Preston he is an incredible soul and we are so Grateful to know him. Preston has been through a lot since he was diagnosed with a rare terminal cancer when he was 10. He doesn't let it get in the way of anything! One of his dreams recently came true he had the opportunity to record a Blake Shelton cover song Lonely Tonight it has caught the attention of a lot of people including Blake Shelton himself Make sure to go listen to this song on Apple Music , Spotify,Amazon music, YouTube etc.. make this go more viral than it already is! Let's show Preston all our love and support
Liam O'Donnell is joined by Mike Scott and Vyce Vyctus to talk this week in action cinema. This is a pilot for a new podcast series where Liam and a series of guests from Action Twitter hang out and just chat about what's going on in action, what they've been watching, and projects they're working on. Since this is a pilot, please make sure to give us your feedback and let us know what you'd like to see! Liam's Twitter Vyce's Twitter Mike's Twitter
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #323 and Like a Hood Ornament #39: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 18, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 10 https://archive.org/download/podcast-323/Podcast%20323.mp3 This past week, I have been waiting for some new resin to arrive for the Logan and Aurora Kenner style figures. In the meantime, I…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #323 and Like a Hood Ornament #39: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 18, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 10
EEd Hargreaves served 23 years in the British Army, with the Parachute Regiment and later the Royal Army Physical Training Corps, deploying on multiple operations during his service. He is the owner of Warrior Strong Fitness. Join H-Hour Patrons at https://patreon.com/hkpodcasts
Episode 69 with Local Artist Ktha Dawg he is currently doing a Podcast Tour. This Episode is one you won't want to miss if you don't follow @kthadawg make sure to go check out all the awesome things he has going on. Make sure to go Subscribe and watch on YouTube we are also on all Major Podcast Platforms! #highlinetattoo #27thhourpodcast #highlinetattoofabshop #utahpodcast #podcasttour #westpointutah #podcaststudio #supportlocal #podcasttable #fabshopporn #custompodcaststudios
It's time to enjoy some Miak and talk about the Halloween family classic, 'Ernest Scared Stupid', ya know what I mean? This week we kick off our official Halloween movies round to talk about one of the first viral stars ever and a big part of all of our youth, Mr. Jim Varney aka Ernest P Worrell! Thankfully our buddies Santos and Freddie from 88 Miles Per Hour Podcast are letting us cruise with them in their DeLorean while we break down this spooky season feature picture. Join us as we talk about the impact Ernest had on us as children, take a trip to the Adam Driver Drive-In, and give our "Family Halloween Movie Rushmore Mountain". Chapters 0:00 Intro 11:53 Movie Recap / Personal Experiences 26:14 What's In The Soup 31:55 Elevator Pitch 48:06 Adam Driver Drive-In Double Feature 52:08 Rushmore Mountain (Family Halloween Movies) 88 MILES PER HOUR TWITTER 88 MILES PER HOUR INSTAGRAM OUR WEBSITE OUR SOCIAL MEDIA Support Us --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threefilmspod/message
Meet Freddie and Santos! They are the co-hosts behind one of the most fun podcasts you can listen to, 88 Miles Per Hour Podcast! They hop in their DeLorean each week and look back at the films they loved growing up! We were so lucky to have them on to talk about this classic Halloween family movie, "Ernest Scared Stupid". Before we got into our discussion, we put Santos and Freddie to the test with our round of Clubhouse questions to get to know them a little better. So hang out with us for a bit as we talk about Spielberg, Scorsese, and young gun Emilio Estevez! Chapters 0:00 Intro 0:45 Desert Island 8:35 Favorite Movie Experiences 16:56 Unsung Gems 88 MILES PER HOUR TWITTER 88 MILES PER HOUR INSTAGRAM OUR WEBSITE OUR SOCIAL MEDIA Support Us --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threefilmspod/message
The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #322 and Like a Hood Ornament #38: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 17, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 9 https://archive.org/download/podcast-322/Podcast%20322.mp3 This past week, I made a mold for the Logan and Aurora Kenner style figures. There will need to be another one, since the torso…Read more The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #322 and Like a Hood Ornament #38: Toymaking Updates, Watching the Rocketeer Cartoon Episode 17, and Reading The Howard the Duck Movie Novelization Part 9
From campfire tales to forum frights, to silver-screen shivers in the night -- this isn't time for you to cower as we invite you to the Zero Hour. This week, Hell raises to a new reboot and Velocipastors bring vengeance. If you're looking for a good time, this episode's right up your alley. * We are not professionals, and as such our opinions must not be taken as fact. * Intro and Outro Music: The Dark Tile by Rafael Krux Link: filmmusic.io/song/5333-the-dark -- If you have any topics/questions you'd like us to cover on this show, drop us a line at OfMicAndMenPodcast@gmail.com!
Episode 68 with Vincent Lords, Bennet Rayne & The Paranosis Team for a part 2 episode they also were here on Episode 37 If your into the paranormal this is an episode you don't want to miss. This is a must watch to see what happens. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube. Also go follow @vlords13 to see all the exciting Paranormal Investigations they have going on that you can be a part of go to paranosis.com#27thhourpodcast #highlinetattoofabshop #highlinetattoo #utahpodcast #podcaster #podcasterofinstagram #podcastcommunity #realtalk #podcast #stagelighting #metalartist #localpodcast #paranormal #paranormalinvestigation #paranormalinvestigator #paranormalpodcast
Welcome back to another season of The Avalanche Hour Podcast. We kick off season 6 with a great conversation with Zahan Billimoria. Steep lines, deep snow, and the wilderness experience define Zahan Billimoria's life. Over the past 20 years, Z has pursued international expeditions, competed in world championship endurance events, stood on podiums, and bagged first descents—all fueled by his passion for human-powered adventure. His career highlights include multiple ski descents of the Grand Teton, first descents in the Teton Range, a ski descent of Mount Rainier's Liberty Ridge, exploratory ski missions to the coastal range and the Cordillera Real in the Bolivian Andes, and free climbs up to 5.13-. Today, Z splits his time between working as an IFMGA Mountain Guide, leading teams through some of the harshest and most challenging mountain environments, and coaching others to reach their own athletic potentials through his online training company The Samsara Experience. Music: Own World & I Overjoy by Ketsa. www.ketsa.uk Photos: Reuben Krabbe Wyssen USA Pro Avalanche Education Scholarship Application: https://forms.gle/TSjtTfDzdztmc9UL7 Due Oct. 15 https://samsaraexperience.com/ Solving for Z- A Calculus of Risk: https://youtu.be/QHVSeqzI1vU I ride WNDR skis. They are the only ski company to be a certified B corporation. They are swapping out petroleum based materials for bio based materials. Their skis rip. If you want to give them a shot, here is a code to save some cash. FOWFR10-CalebMerrill
27th Hour Podcast Episode 67 with Spencer Terry from Fear Factory. He is their General Manager and the glue that helps make it all happen. He also is a board member of the Haunted Attraction Association. For over 20 years his spent his time devoting himself to the Hospitality, Nonprofit, Education , Human Relations and Corporate Business Industry's.He also is a Husband and Father. Spencer also makes the best Chai we've ever had @mountainhighchai you definitely need to go order a bottle it's incredible
Episode 199 Guru Shabd Khalsa. Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Guru Shabd Khalsa. Guru Shabd grew up between the Midwestern US and northern India, which offered her a broad cultural experience, particularly as a woman. Growing up she knew she wanted to help people, and found some skill in listening to and understanding people. Through her podcast and her professional work she hopes to offer her own experiences as insight, encouragement and hope. She never saw the possibility of being a fat person and also being content, happy, empowered and whole. Guru Shabd is starting to see that now, and wants to continue to be part of that. She wants to be a part of the change in our society from narrow (patriarchal) definitions of beauty and success to one that is inclusive, empowering and many faceted. She hopes to be part of hope and healing and change. She wants to make sure that other young people are not burdened with the experience of feeling so wrong that they don't deserve love and happiness. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grrshubz Podcast: https://yesandbodypolitics.com Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yesandbodypolitics Note: Guests create their own bio description for each episode. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund. The Curiosity Hour Podcast is listener supported! The easiest way to donate is via the Venmo app and you can donate to (at symbol) CuriosityHour (Download app here: venmo.com) The Curiosity Hour Podcast is available free on 13 platforms: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, Soundcloud, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Podbean, PlayerFM, Castbox, and Pocket Casts. Disclaimers: The Curiosity Hour Podcast may contain content not suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion advised. The views and opinions expressed by the guests on this podcast are solely those of the guest(s). These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Curiosity Hour Podcast. This podcast may contain explicit language. The Public Service Announcement near the end of the episode solely represents the views of Tommy and Dan and not our guests or our listeners.
How do we get right within, in our workplaces? This week's guest on the Talent Magnet Leadership Podcast, Minda Harts, shares the answer with guest host Wendy Dailey this week. Minda is an author, speaker and thought-leader. She has given various talks and seminars on leadership, diversity and entrepreneurship, and advancing women of color. In 2018, she was named one of 25 Emerging Innovators by American Express. In this must listen conversation, she dives into her new book Right Within, and shares how employers and managers can make the workplace safer for marginalized employees. Minda gives a recap on her previous book, The Memo, and why she wrote it. “I just didn't see myself represented in a lot of the career books that were being put out there. I really wanted to be able to put something out there where we can talk about our stories and not only affirm ourselves, but then share ways that our colleagues and counterparts and allies could also be part of making the workplace better than we found it.” [2:49] Minda's new book, Right Within, came from talking to different women and thinking back on her own past experiences of racialized trauma in the workplace. [4:55] Right Within is written with women of color in mind. She wants to shed light on the racial discrimination that happens in the workplace, and the traumas that come with it. The book is also an opportunity for managers to create psychological safety inside their organizations and commit to equitable practices. [7:40] Minda's goal is that after people read Right Within, they'll be more willing to take steps toward equity. People of color reading it will have the tools they need to assert themselves and their boundaries, and have conversations about what is acceptable for them in their work environment. [9:50] The true problem with bias is unchecked bias, as opposed to unconscious and conscious bias. Too many people are walking around with biases and no one is doing anything about them, or holding them accountable for them. [10:29] Writing about the racial trauma she experienced in the workplace allowed Minda to tell her truth so that others could understand the harm that can be caused. It was also healing because it allowed her to give voice to the issues that she had downplayed. [12:36] That leaders are more courageous, and are more willing to do the work in order to have equity in their organizations, excites Minda greatly. Reaching that equity goal however, means that leaders have to engage in bystander intervention, and commit stand against inappropriate behaviour in their work environments. [17:06] Managers and leaders have to be committed to equity and equitable practices so that everyone on their teams is invested in and supported. It has to be mandatory and not something managers can opt into. Equity has to be normalized, part of the overall process, and part of the entire organization. [20:57] Resources Wendy Dailey | LinkedIn | Twitter Minda Harts | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram Right Within The Memo
As we at Fluffy Mother Fluffer gear up for October & a month of the creey and paranormal under the name SPOOKY Mother Fluffer, we thought we'd get you all in the mood for our first episode (dropping OCTOBER 1st) by hooking you up with a podcast that is nothing but the world of "weird and woohoo". That's why this week, we're bring you an episode from our friends, Jenn & Cortney, over at the Paranormal Coffee Hour podcast. Check out Episode 3 as they talk all things Bigfoot! Make sure to subsbcribe to their feed, AND go ahead and find them on Facebook and give them a like! You'll be glad you did! Enjoy, and we'll be seeing you....soon....(muhahahahaha) #fluffymotherfluffer #spookymotherfluffer #paranormalcoffeehour #paranormal #podcast #podcastswap #paranormalpodcast
Tune in to hear some exciting updates to The Avalanche Hour Podcast for the upcoming season. Link to Wyssen USA Education Scholarship Application. DUE OCT. 15!! https://forms.gle/TSjtTfDzdztmc9UL7 Music by Ketsa
27th Hour Podcast Episode 66 Lets kick off the Halloween Season with this spooky/funny Episode with Micheal & Jason drops Friday definitely going to want to watch this one on YouTube makes for a fun movie night. We are on all major podcast platforms & of course Youtube make sure to subscribe like and share