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Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E11 - Smoov Sailing With Crom Bracho

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 38:39


Crom Bracho is from the frictionless planet Draidus Smoove where golf shoes with cleats are essential equipment.

The Art Of Coaching
E248 | Kirsten Ahrendt: The Benefits of Fear, Failure & Improvisation in Coach Development

The Art Of Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 78:08


It may go against our natural tendencies, but failing is a crucial and necessary piece of the puzzle. When it comes to the process of coaching development, we must reembrace fear and failure.  We will go nowhere if we prioritize acceptance and validation above growth. Kirsten Ahrendt, a Head Coach and Director of Coach Development at Crossfit Invictus, emphasizes that it is the responsibility of the leader to create an environment that fosters this type of growth - one where people are celebrated when they admit their faults and supported in the reiteration and problem-solving process. Kirsten is a coach and creative. Previously, she was a professional athlete (soccer and rugby), member of the U.S. 7's Rugby team, graphic designer, business owner, geologist and a Cutco saleswoman.  She thinks critically and creatively about the coaching profession and aims to inspire and educate other coaches to evolve society's relationship with health, fitness and performance. In today's episode, Kirsten goes into depth about: The struggles she's experienced in her career (1:00) The mindset she believes has helped her be so successful (6:00) Specific strategies to create an environment that fosters failing forward (35:00) How to change your mindset and develop confidence when selling you services (47:00) Referenced Materials & Events: Art of Coaching Recommended Reading List -  Never Split the Difference by Christopher Voss and Tahl Raz  To Sell Is Human by Daniel Pink The Apprenticeship Communication Workshop - get the practice you need  having those hard conversations in an environment that not only encourages it, but gives you a research-backed evaluation, feedback, and coaching on how you can improve! You can connect with Kirsten and Crossfit Invictus on the following platforms: Website: www.wellreadmeathead.com or Invictus Fitness IG: @wellread.meathead or @crossfitinvictus LinkedIn: Kirsten Ahrendt Course: Invictus University *ANNOUNCEMENT* You've likely heard that phrase if you want to go quickly go alone. But if you want to go far go together. And we could not agree more, which is why we are proud to announce - after a lot of work - we are FINALLY launching our Art of Coaching Mighty Network.  This is a private, non-social media-base digital community for Art of Coaching students to learn and interact personally with Brett and the entire AoC team - from the comfort of your own home!  See what it's all about and join the family HERE. We have to be sure to thank our amazing podcast sponsors for their continued support!  Today's episode was brought to you by Athletic Greens,, BetterHelp,  and Dynamic Fitness & Strength. Athletic Greens: We get it, you're time poor and don't always get in the fruits and veggies you know you should. This is without a doubt the BEST tasting greens powder out there and they want to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/coach! BetterHelp: At some level, we all struggle with unexpected challenges in life. BetterHelp is an accessible, convenient, private, and affordable therapy option to help you look at your problems a little differently, feel less stressed, and gain confidence. Visit BetterHelp.com/AOC for 10% off your first month. Dynamic Fitness & Strength: These guys are our go-to equipment partner. Fully customizable and manufactured in the heartland of America- whether you're looking to outfit your home gym or entire weight room, visit mydynamicfitness.com to get started. Tell them Brett and the Art of Coaching Team sent you!

Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
LITM Extra - Music and Marxism pt.2 [excerpt]

Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:40


This is a excerpt of a patrons-only episode. To become a patron from just £3pcm, visit Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod. In the concluding episode of the mini-series, Jeremy completes his account of those Marxist academics and thinkers whose work either makes reference to music or can be brought to bear on it. Picking up in the 1950s, we hear about ways of understanding music's autonomous capacity to affect people's bodies and make them feel, desublimation, Structuralism and it's descendents, and vibe. Jeremy touches on the writing of Bloch, Marcuse, Freud, Barthes and Kristeva, as well as staples of the show Deleuze and Guattari. We hear about the 'grain' of the voice, the difference between the meaning and the material aspects of song, and finally return to the big question: what drives historical change? Tracklist: Pete Seeger - Which Side Are You On? Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger - The Shoals of Herring The Grateful Dead - Birdsong Books, articles etc: #ACFM Podcast on folk music: https://novaramedia.com/2021/05/08/acfm-microdose-jeremy-gilbert-on-folk-music/ Ernst Bloch - The Spirit of Utopia Herbert Marcuse - One Dimensional Man Herbert Marcuse - Eros and Civilisation Sigmund Freud - Civilization and its Discontents Roland Barthes - Mythologies Roland Barthes - The Grain of the Voice Julia Kristeva - Revolutions in Poetic Language Deleuze & Guattari - Anti-Oedipus Deleuze & Guattari - A Thousand Plateaus Jeremy Gilbert - 'Becoming Music: The Rhizomatic Moment of Improvisation' in Deleuze and Music Buchanan & Swiboda (Eds) Jaques Attali - Noise

Rated E for Everything
S2E25-Improv Storytelling-The Adventures of LLL

Rated E for Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 52:28


Carl and Chanel impress the hell out of themselves with their own improv skills this episode! We decide to tell a story as a team with absolutely no script and no idea where it's going. Join us on the adventure of the Lofty Little Lad of Plows in the 13th century Amazon Rainforest. No spoilers in this description but it definitely involves a rite of passage, a sabertooth tiger, and a giant plot twist. You will absolutely not know what crazy ideas is coming out of our mouth next in this one. Good luck keeping up!Do you ever wake up at night and feel like you heard something? It was us... in your room.. telling you to buy art from @yasmineabedart!

Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show
Collaborative Communication

Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:45


Are you ready to take the risk or chance to improve your communication? Join Bethany and Lisa Little, Artistic Director of ComedySportz San Antonio and Professional Improviser talk about Improv and how it can change and better your communication in your practice.

Gettin' Better with Ron Funches
# 219 - Edi Patterson - Best of Gettin' Better

Gettin' Better with Ron Funches

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 76:45


This week's Best Of series we go back to one of my favorite guest. I sit down with Edi Patterson, a star from the hit HBO series "The Righteous Gemstones". We talk about what it's like to write and act in "The Righteous Gemstones", Joy, what started her love for performing, Improvisation, and how Edi is Gettin' Better!   Follow Edi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edipattersonhi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdiPattersonHi   Follow me on my Twitch channel for comedy nights, video games with friends, and more! https://www.twitch.tv/ron_funches    Become a Patron at http://www.patreon.com/gettinbetterwithron and get perks like personal affirmations, shoutouts, hand written letters, tickets to my shows, and much more!   We have an Instagram! Give us a follow for classic clips and positive affirmations at @gettinbetterpodcast   For all tour dates and merch go to http://www.ronfunches.com   Don't forget to hit subscribe for weekly podcasts!

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes
episode 334: Treatise, page 173 with Mark Nagy

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 5:01


Cornelius Cardew (1936-1981) composed Treatise, between 1963 and 1967.  It consists of 193 visual scores that can be played by any combination of instruments and interpreted in any way the performers wish. Just released on Bandcamp: Vol. 6: pages 131 to 160Vol. 5: pages 101 to 130Taking it all the way back:Vol. 4: pages 76-100Vol. 3: pages 51-75Vol. 2: pages 25-50Vol. 1: pages 1-24Get some electronic sounds in your playlist, 5 minutes at a time. Support my little podcast before I have to take ads for online therapists.

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E10 - X-AE A-12 Of Dopple II

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 36:19


X-AE A-12 is on a quest that will lead to the Sweet Release.

Fess Up!
Fess Up! #47: Don't be Crustacist!

Fess Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 70:43


The Fess Girls get spooky just days after Halloween's end for this episode of Fess Up! They talk haunted house improvements, who would win in a showdown between a witch, a mummy, a cat, and frankenstein, and assign Hogwarts houses to fictional characters. They make sure they "Consider the Lobster", they ruin fictional horror villains one by one, and they discover what Nightmare Before Christmas characters they are! Remember, folks: Crones are pointy and Hags sag!

workshops work
189 - Facilitation as an Art of Accepting Offers with Robert Poynton (Part 1)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 41:50


Improvisation seems to have an inescapable connection with facilitation. It's a topic we've touched on many times in this podcast but, to really dig into its depths, it made sense to speak with the man who — quite literally — wrote the book on it!Robert Poynton is the multi-talented author of Do Improvise and Do Pause, creator of Yellow (a unique online learning programme), and the fabled On Your Feet experiential workshop studio.In this episode, we explore what it means to improvise — by saying no as much as yes, by learning to trust our embodied instinct and responsiveness, and by trusting that there are no wrong roads in the journey towards facilitating change.Find out about:Why the unpredictable flow of a workshop is the only flow it can realistically takeHow to facilitate with instinct, as well as intellectHow to embrace ideas, challenges, and interruptions in your workshops as creative inputs Why a workshop that meets your expectations may not be so successfulHow to pan for golden nuggets in a stream of silenceWhy Robert disagrees that improv is all about saying ‘yes'What acceptance, rather than agreement, does to transform the roomDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.LinksWatch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Robert's websiteThe Everyday Improviser (online course)The Do Books: Do Improvise and Do PauseYellow, Robert's online learning programmeConnect to Robert:On LinkedInOn InstagramOn TwitterSupport the show

workshops work
189 - Facilitation as an Art of Accepting Offers with Robert Poynton (Part 2)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 44:51


Improvisation seems to have an inescapable connection with facilitation. It's a topic we've touched on many times in this podcast but, to really dig into its depths, it made sense to speak with the man who — quite literally — wrote the book on it!Robert Poynton is the multi-talented author of Do Improvise and Do Pause, creator of Yellow (a unique online learning programme), and the fabled On Your Feet experiential workshop studio.In this episode, we explore what it means to improvise — by saying no as much as yes, by learning to trust our embodied instinct and responsiveness, and by trusting that there are no wrong roads in the journey towards facilitating change.Find out about:Why the unpredictable flow of a workshop is the only flow it can realistically takeHow to facilitate with instinct, as well as intellectHow to embrace ideas, challenges, and interruptions in your workshops as creative inputs Why a workshop that meets your expectations may not be so successfulHow to pan for golden nuggets in a stream of silenceWhy Robert disagrees that improv is all about saying ‘yes'What acceptance, rather than agreement, does to transform the roomDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.LinksWatch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Robert's websiteThe Everyday Improviser (online course)The Do Books: Do Improvise and Do PauseYellow, Robert's online learning programmeConnect to Robert:On LinkedInOn InstagramOn TwitterSupport the show

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E9 - Desperately Seekering Sentinel 6

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 35:05


Sentinel 6 returns to Booth 42 and he's not alone. In fact, he's in the custody of his nemesis Seeker 7.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Accidental Gods
Fractal Improv: finding generosity, connection and compassion amidst our fear with Belina Raffy

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 69:38


Belina Raffy, Empress and Improvisation guide,  is the director of Maffick Ltd & Applied Improvisation and Thrivability thought-leader, Thrivable World Quest co-founder and global captain.She used to work in London and New York as an Executive for one of the largest global financial institutions, in 13 years, she saw many people struggle with burn-out.  She studied improvisation to find out: 1) how these skills help individuals respond to the unexpected, and navigate ambiguity 2) how it can transform our organizations as a whole. She encourages people to explore what happens when we consciously align our work with how nature and people thrive. She believes that our ability to improvise gives us a choice about how to respond to life's challenges. Improvisation helps us develop our creative thinking skills in service of a happier life, and play a vital part in our response to our complex, dynamic world. It is her passion to spread these mindsets and practices and support others discover the power of improvisation.In this sparkling, thought-provoking episode, we explore the differences between stand-up and improv, and how the structures of either and both can allow us to reach past the tribal screaming of our time, to a more gentle, compassionate, connected way of reaching each other.  Humour reaches the places that charts, data and stats never will - and Belina has years of experience in creating spaces where people can find what matters most to them, and share it in ways that make us laugh - and care.Belina's website https://www.maffick.com/Belina at Wisdom Together https://www.wisdomtogether.com/belina-raffy-maffick-ltd/Belina's book https://www.maffick.com/#the-bookBelina on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi1EGkh_vzgUpcoming courses1-hour online ‘Compassionate Climate Comedy' on 7 NovAnd next 7-week Sustainable Stand Up course starts 19 JanDetails at https://www.sustainablestandup.com/#coursesInga Foundation http://www.ingafoundation.org/Red Cross Disaster Risk Reduction  https://climatecentre.live/courses/participate/ The Frontier Development Lab https://frontierdevelopmentlab.org/ and https://fdleurope.org/ .

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes
episode 333: Treatise, page 172 with Mark Nagy

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 5:01


Cornelius Cardew (1936-1981) composed Treatise, between 1963 and 1967.  It consists of 193 visual scores that can be played by any combination of instruments and interpreted in any way the performers wish. Just released on Bandcamp: Vol. 6: pages 131 to 160Vol. 5: pages 101 to 130Taking it all the way back:Vol. 4: pages 76-100Vol. 3: pages 51-75Vol. 2: pages 25-50Vol. 1: pages 1-24Get some electronic sounds in your playlist, 5 minutes at a time. Support my little podcast before I have to take ads for chewable dick pills.

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast
DPR - Spelljammer: Misadventures in Space - 04

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 101:34


The Star Academy crew have narrowly escaped being destroyed along with their ship, The Lady Marmalade, in a quasar. Now they find themselves stranded in a strange town and must team up with a couple of locals in a good old fashioned space train heist. ft special guests Cass Paige and Matt Brown, this ep is a rollicking good time. *No Jimmies were harmed in the making of this episode* Tix to our next live show available here

Fabricated Fables (and Live Legends)
9. Hotel Friends & Other Halloween Treats

Fabricated Fables (and Live Legends)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 29:26


Improvisation at it's finest... when a 3 year old says I want a story called Hotel Friends with a Giraffe and a Ghost, you tell a story with a Giraffe and a Monkey visiting a hotel! And, when a 6 year old sits down in the middle of a forest clearing to tell a story in two parts, you might as well hit the record button! Enjoy this BIG Halloween special from Fabricated Fables and Live Lessons! And, remember to tell your friends! Twisted Tusk Presents: Fabricated Fables (and Live Legends) Music by: The Strongest Muscle Theme Music by: Twisted Tusk

The New Criterion
Music for a While #67: Mornings, etc.

The New Criterion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 34:52


This episode begins with “Early in the Morning,” the song by Ned Rorem (who just turned ninety-nine). It proceeds with “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'.” Later on, there is “Sunday Morning,” one of the “Sea Interludes” from Britten's opera “Peter Grimes.” Jay was not going for a morning theme. It just happened that way. There is other music too, including a hymn, both in its straightforward choral version and in an improvisation by a famous, and devoted, pianist. Rorem, “Early in the Morning” Rodgers & Hammerstein, “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin',” from “Oklahoma!” Schoenberg, “Waldsonne” Britten, “Sea Interlude,” “Sunday Morning,” from “Peter Grimes” Shostakovich, Interlude No. 2, from “Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk” Chapí, “Carceleras,” from “Las hijas del zebedeo” Trad., “Come, Come, Ye Saints” Johannesen, Improvisation on a Mormon Hymn

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E8 - Pippa And Lyfthox Will Gitcha There

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:23


Pippa McFiddlestix and Lyfthox Steppenflox are a couple of travel agents who might also be a couple if he ever pops the question.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

The Neon Streets
Episode 46 - Hellevator or The Elevator to Hell(Friends & Vengeance)

The Neon Streets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 62:44


Let's Talk About CEX! The Customer and Employee Experience
5 Infallible Ways to Catapult Your CEX Through Improvisation!

Let's Talk About CEX! The Customer and Employee Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 13:04


There are thousands of books out there that contain a plethora of ways to make your Customer Service and your Customer and Employee Experience Legendary.  And unfortunately, there are an equal number of manuals and scripts that help the CSR say exactly the right thing when a customer or guest says…. Here is where Maxine asks you to suspend your thinking and start teaching the components of improvisation.  She takes her years of training hundreds of teams and leaders and capsulizes it into 5 simple concepts and begs you to take it one step further and give the group the experience of it.  Until a CSR, Manager, or Team can really feel the difference between sincere empathy and rote responses, your CEX will never be Legendary. The beauty of this training is that improvisation changes the person. We call this employee empowerment and development. It's a win for the customer, for your business, and for the employee.Connect with Maxine:Maxineshapiro.comLinkedIn.com/in/maxineshapiro.com

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E7 - Audromitron and Passiva Parsley

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 42:29


Audromitron Parsley of Heptra returns to Booth 42 and as a special treat, she's brought her mother Passiva.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

New Books Network
Michael Alcée, "Therapeutic Improvisation: How to Stop Winging It and Own It as a Therapist" (Norton, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 49:37


As a new or seasoned therapist, it's so hard to make transformational moments out of all that's being thrown at you in sessions. You're just winging it, but deep down you know there's a way to make your sessions more dynamic and intentionally responsive. Therapeutic Improvisation: How to Stop Winging It and Own It as a Therapist (Norton, 2022) shows how to develop a keen ear and sharp eye for the many changes coming your way. Examples from music, movies, and literature will illustrate how the scientific principles of interpersonal neurobiology can help you claim your artistry as a therapist. This inspiring and informative book will help you find your voice and navigate the complexities and joys of the mysterious relationship that is therapy itself. Supervisors and new clinicians alike will be refreshed by the innovative vision of mental health practice as having a flexible and creative capacity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Vlan!
#236 Comment réussir à improviser sa vie? avec Ibrahim Maalouf

Vlan!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 52:31


Ibrahim Maalouf est un musicien hors pair, trompettiste il est surtout connu pour sa capacité à improviser. Il en d'ailleurs fait un livre "petite philosophie de l'improvisation". Et improviser va devenir une compétence dont on va avoir de plus en plus besoin alors que la société. On va parler ensemble de sujets beaucoup plus larges que la musique et en particulier d'éducation, de gestion de sa vie au quotidien en passant par la philosophie, les neurosciences, son expérience de la musique. On en parle aussi de lâcher prise et de comment y arriver, du Liban et plus généralement d'être né dans un pays en guerre, on parle aussi des autodidactes, de la capacité à écouter l'autre, de vulnérabilité qui est une qualité très importante aux yeux d'Ibrahim mais aussi d'humilité. On parle de techniques Vs d'émotions générés par la musique mais surtout il nous parle de son vécu, de l'expérience qu'il a accumulé tout au longs de sa vie évidemment pour finalement nous partager une partie de ce qu'il a retenu. Suggestion d'autres épisodes à écouter : #150 Pourquoi l'improvisation est-elle essentielle? avec André Manoukian (https://audmns.com/DvQlxFD) #230 Comment se connecter à son intelligence situationnelle? Avec Guila Clara Kessous (https://audmns.com/bLRrqSQ) #177 Vous ne devez pas faire confiance à vos peurs avec Albert Moukheiber (https://cutt.ly/pnQdFE4)

JazzPianoSkills
As Time Goes By

JazzPianoSkills

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 55:33 Transcription Available


Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano!Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, and play  Fools Rush In. In this Jazz Piano Lesson, you will:DiscoverThe Jazz standard, As Time Goes ByLearnEssential jazz piano voicings and chord/scale relationships for As Time Goes ByPlayA jazz piano solo for As Time Goes By using classic jazz languageUse the Jazz Piano Podcast Packets for this Jazz Piano Lesson for maximum musical growth. All three Podcast Packets are designed to help you gain insight and command of a specific Jazz Piano Skill. The Podcast Packets are invaluable educational tools to have at your fingertips while you discover, learn, and play As Time Goes By.Open Podcast PacketsIllustrations(detailed graphics of the jazz piano skill)Lead Sheets(beautifully notated music lead sheets)Play Alongs(ensemble assistance and practice tips)Educational SupportCommunity ForumSpeakPipeEpisode OutlineIntroductionDiscover, Learn, PlayInvite to Join JazzPianoSkillsLesson RationaleExploration of Jazz Piano SkillsConclusionClosing CommentsVisit JazzPianoSkills for more educational resources that include a sequential curriculum with comprehensive Jazz Piano Courses, private and group online Jazz Piano Classes, a private jazz piano community hosting a variety of Jazz Piano Forums, an interactive Jazz Fake Book, plus unlimited professional educational jazz piano support.If you wish to support JazzPianoSkills with a donation, you can do so easily through the JazzPianoSkills Paypal Account.Thank you for being a JazzPianoSkills listener. It is my pleasure to help you discover, learn, and play jazz piano!Support the show

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast
DPR - Into the Feywild 00 - Entree

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 4:18


Just what does the inimitable Jack Kirby Crosby have in store for us as Dungeon Master? If this wonderfully narrated prologue is anything to go by it's bound to be magical AF Follow us on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook. If you'd like to donate you can do so on our Patreon page. Thanks for listening!

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast
DPR - Into the Feywild 00 - Character Creation

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 84:24


Join us in our collective mind palace for a little brainstorming and character creation session! Dice Paper Role are about to embark on their next adventure with a brand new series based on The Wild Beyond the Witchlight. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook. If you'd like to donate you can do so on our Patreon page. Thanks for listening!

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast
DPR - Into the Feywild 01 - Arancini Brawls

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 71:31


A harengon, a frog lordling, a robot and a man-child walk into a bar.... Sounds like the start of a joke, and indeed it is.  Meet Doelene de la Croix, Sir Walter Winston Winklepicker III, Kevin Strangeways & UN1T - the protagnosists of our brand new Wild Beyond the Witchlight series. Join us for the beginning of what is set to be a strangely wonderful and magical tale, brought to us by Dungeon Master Jack Kirby Crosby. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook. If you'd like to donate you can do so on our Patreon page. Thanks for listening!

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast
DPR - Into the Feywild 02 - Primordial Soup

Dice Paper Role - A Dungeons & Dragons 5e Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 69:17


Our newly formed adventuring party travel the land in search of interesting tidbits regarding the Carnival. It's got everything you need for a good road trip story: a road, a trip, and a story...  And scroggin.  It's also got scroggin. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook. If you'd like to donate you can do so on our Patreon page. Thanks for listening!

Fess Up!
Fess Up! #46 Truth or Consequences

Fess Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 69:46


In this episode the Fess Sisters get distracted at every turn—ooh, look over there! They discuss the surname of Alan Tudyk, describe themselves as eggs, and consider if racecar drivers like to drive when they're not at work. They think about what the world would be like if hair changed like leaves, and decide which two Solar Opposites characters they are.

Habits and Humor
36: Humor Saved My Life

Habits and Humor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 40:05


Humor lightens moods, connects us to each other and helps us remember things... but it can also go so far as to actually save our lives. Lisa David Olson shares why humor means everything to her because when she was ready to end her life, she turned to humor instead. This amazing woman has such a delightful personality and is so talented, I'm grateful for her and her example of using humor to truly live. Lisa David Olson is a humorist speaker, author, podcaster and performer who shares how humor saved her life. Her interactive style and ‘improv for real life' message demonstrates how humor is healthy and is a cohesive human connector. Ask about her project in bravery! There are a couple of presentations often requested: :: The Magnitude of Asking One Question Awaken a wonder in celebrating curiosity, learning usable improv tips for real life and connecting with anyone (anyone!) with One Question. :: Can Humor Save Your Life? A message of surviving childhood trauma, choices instead of excuses and connecting through humor. Olson's two decades of improvisation and performing are pivotal to coach workplace teams or in a play shop for adults. Get your creativity in motion! What if? Why not? Rediscover exploration, laughter and daring ourselves daily! -'Laughs On Wry' is a memoir made of short stories capped off with thoughts to ponder. The creativity journal is "What Ifs and Why Nots". -Podcast: Stranger Connections: celebrating weird life stories and quirky careers (and pranks). -Olson's comedy album of actual telemarketer calls is Phun on the Phone (iTunes). -Her two TEDx talks were released in 2021. Whether it's a keynote presentation, workshop or breakout session, her passion is contagious! Ask about creativity workshops for groups who crave to find a different angle for their project or team dynamic. Improvisation, when taught for the workplace, provides new energy for stale thinking. Sugar season is coming! So stay in control, accountable and be guilt and regret free this holiday season! Join the Holiday Health Challenge at holidayhealthchallenge.info where I'm teaming up with my friend Karin Banghart, nutrition coach and gut health advisor, to bring you health coaching, personal training and accountability, fun weekly challenges and healthy habits like never before this holiday season! You can have Halloween candy without the hangover, Thanksgiving dinner without feeling sick, and stay consistent through crazy Christmas schedules! We'll be right there with you every step of the way, and by New Year's, you'll be a whole New You! Visit holidayhealthchallenge.info and get registered before Oct 29, 2022!

The Neon Streets
Episode 045 - L'espirit de l'Escalier (Friends & Vengeance)

The Neon Streets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 86:04


Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E6 - Space Truckin' With Chet

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 37:55


Chet the space trucker stops by Miliways for a bite to eat and has a jaw with us about life on the intergalactic highways.Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

Sketch Comedy Podcast Show
John Lehr & Jay Martel | Professional Funny People CAUSING A “SPEED BUMP”

Sketch Comedy Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 48:01


John Lehr, the original Geico Caveman and star of Hulu's "Quick Draw", and Jay Martel, Emmy and Peabody award-winning comedy writer for "Key & Peele", come on to discuss their new project "Speed Bump".

An Interview with Melissa Llarena
147: You Can Learn How To Play Again! Try This Moms!

An Interview with Melissa Llarena

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 30:07


Did you ever hear your name during Romper Room? Do you remember that 80s TV show when the host would look through a mirror and say a bunch of names? Well, I may have said your name during this podcast episode. Listen for it. Also exciting about this episode is that I read a snippet of my book for moms who want their imagination, playful, and all-around fun selves back. In this podcast episode, I also shared details about where you can instantly download your very own copy of one of my favorite chapters of my upcoming book. Just visit www.melissallarena.com/waitlist for your free book chapter! In it, I share with you the value I gained and you can too from stepping outside of your comfort zone to learn how to play again. Hint: if you feel as if you have lost that cheerful, free, and fun sense of yourself since motherhood then in this chapter you will read the exact steps you can take in the next 7 days to get her back! Have feedback or want to become an early reader? Then send me a note. I am seeking 50 - mamas to become my beta readers by October 30th. Join me by sending me a note to melissa [@] melissallarena.com if you want to be part of my beta reader collective. This is a non-fiction book for moms who believe in personal growth. Imagine, incorporating the exercises and doing the reflection questions that have transformed the lives of my podcast guests and my own too for the better. What if you end up transforming how you see your potential and purpose? All of this is available as a beta reader and for free. Just email me and I'll share the details. Beta Readers also get perks beyond reading the book in advance. You'll be mentioned in the book. You'll get stickers. You'll get free meditations too designed by this mama of three boys. Don't we all need to catch our breath once in a while? Join me, ladies, this is a movement to help us all find the courage and energy to rewrite the scripts we have inherited about motherhood and make it our own. Grab the whole chapter here: www.melissallarena.com/waitlist P.S. The snippet I decided to read is transcribed below. It's a draft. Please do not copy any portion. Improvisation, puppetry, acting, all those things that I learned in my acting courses we have innately in us when we're young. And then slowly, it just is dragged out of us, and we just become who we are. And then somewhere down the line, we go, oh, man, we used to run around and play and do things for fun. So Chris Thomas Hayes (a former podcast guest who is a puppeteer for Sesame Street) is telling us, although he has a script for guidance, to create the character of Hoots he still needs to tap into a younger more playful version of himself to ensure the way he performs Hoots is relevant to his viewers. That sense of playfulness and its loss is particularly relevant for moms. We get so caught up in the stress of day-to-day life that we forget to just have fun. I'd say my personal definition of “playing” boils down to letting our kids lead the way during any activity or your inner little girl. When was the last time you let go of orchestrating a moment and lost track of time? Chances are that was the last time you played. We also don't always see the benefits of playing with our kids. Like I have to think about adding play with my children to my list. Meanwhile, my husband plays this role of fellow playmate as one he was made for. Unlike me, my husband walks in the door and doesn't scour the space for things to pick-up and clean; he looks for our chess set to play chess (and aims to beat) our eldest son. I think this is about letting ourselves get swept away in play too. It is important not to lose sight of your sense of fun. Have you ever considered enrolling in an acting class or dabbled      in any performance arts as a way of thinking of yourself as a different character?  When I took my client's advice about learning how to improvise and feel comfortable standing on a stage talking about myself, I enrolled in a course with Adam Wade. Adam has won The Moth's StorySlam, twenty-times; he is an expert in personal storytelling. The course was immersive and personally challenging. It was out of character for me to do anything like this and it turned out I was the only mom of young kids in class. The schlep from New Canaan, Connecticut to Korea town, NYC every Sunday afternoon was a pain, but worth it. The class culminated in each of us telling a brief story, on stage, in front of our peers, friends, and families. I wish I would have been able to hide behind a puppet like Chris. My performance involved a lot of preparation. In the same spirit of getting ready to play a puppet, I wanted to tell the story of who I was before I became a mom. To be authentic I had to go back to when I was studying and working in France during my MBA. I was living in Paris, in an icebox of an apartment, only eating Comté cheese and grilled chicken, and drinking Sancerre wine. I'm sure you can see how foreign that life felt to me at the time when I was a suburban mom with three young boys. As part of an exercise in my acting lesson we were asked to improvise a story based on a cherished personal object. Mine was an empty fragrance bottle. Towards the end of my three months in France I decided to backpack through the Côte d'Azur. I visited Grasse, the capital of the perfume industry, where I bought myself a bottle of Fragonard perfume. The empty bottle has always reminded me of that wanderlust time in France. I had to figure out how to tap into my pre-mom way of being so that the crowd could feel how free I felt back then, the bottle was my way in. My entire body changed as I told that story. I smiled. I felt as if I was back in Monaco with my heavy backpack hopping on-and-off trains during my last days in France. In that moment, I wasn't thinking about my long commute home that night or being a mom. But when I returned home I was happier and more playful. That class unlocked something in me that I had in France but had been missing in Connecticut. Imagine those moments in your life when you felt most free? What images are popping up in your mind? Might there be a way for you to act out those moments just to feel those feelings again today?  You can take an acting class to be more playful or you can just go back to the time when you were. We all have those moments that light us up. When was yours? Want the full chapter for free: www.melissallarena.com/waitlist Alternatively, want to be a beta reader? Send me an email by October 30th to melissa [@]melissallarena.com HUGE NEWS My book is set to release this Winter 2022. Join me on my journey: www.melissallarena.com/waitlist FREE DOWNLOAD Want to grab your free copy of the Courage Makerspace (™) Playbook? Download the courage-building playbook for mompreneurs here: www.melissallarena.com/courage   Boost your courage in 7-days using the exact courage design tools that have worked for both me and my clients. Grab your free playbook instantly so that you can discover how to:   Figure out what makes you tick Be more accountable and not procrastinate Overcome imposter syndrome Stop caring about what others think Progress despite self-doubt Manage anxiety Ask for help You will have a step-by-step playbook to help you finally fulfill your life purpose! Do not miss out on this free opportunity as it will not be available for long. Want to continue the conversation? Find me on Instagram! You can read my daily mini-blogs for moms with big business dreams centered on the same three topics that my podcast features: creativity, courage, and curiosity. I believe that without all three it would be impossible to solve the challenges we were each uniquely made to solve. Wouldn't you agree? I'm easy to find on Instagram @melissallarena Rather keep it professional? Let's connect on LinkedIn. I encourage every single podcast listener to connect with me.

W&L After Class, the Lifelong Learning Podcast
Studied Carelessness: A Discussion of Life as Improvisation with Caleb Dance

W&L After Class, the Lifelong Learning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 50:43


In this conversation with Caleb Dance, associate professor of classics, we explore the impact of humor, improvisation and “sprezzatura” (studied carelessness) on his research and teaching. He also shares the story of his journey into classics, the importance of studying abroad and his musical endeavors, including the work he does with the nonprofit MIMA.

Becoming Wilkinson
Jonathan Goldman discusses his improv classes and workshops and he talks about the type of person who attends, and what they get out of it.

Becoming Wilkinson

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 21:32


Jonathan GoldmanJonathan has been involved in teaching improv classes and workshops in Palm Springs for a number of years.After attending public schools in Brooklyn, NY,  Jonathan then trained to be an optometrist in Boston. Upon realizing that there should be more to a career than forever saying, "Which is clearer? One or Two?",  he became the first O.D. to get an M.B.A. in Health Administration (from Temple University in Philadelphia). His career took me to Chicago where he taught; and also took Toastmasters classes. In 1983 Jonathan moved to San Francisco and worked for the Department of Public Health for much of the end of our last century.  His last two positions were as a Workers Comp Coordinator and a Hospital Trainer. He  also presented "Critical Thinking" workshops for various Kaiser Permanente North hospitals' staff and was manager for Project Inform's National HIV/AIDS treatment hotline. Happily discovering the BATS School of Improvisation (then known as Bay Area Theatresports™ in 1998, he soon became the Volunteer Director for their community service program, Laughing Stock, which provides free Improv classes to people living with life-threatening illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Hep C, etc., and their care partners. He continued taking specialty classes, performed occasionally with the Mirth Brokers ensemble under the direction of Gerri Lawlor, and lead Intro to Improv workshops at a variety of HIV/AIDS and men's retreats in northern and southern California and afloat on the Caribbean and Pacific Ocean.Jonathan credits his improv skills for getting him to be a contestant for Wheel of Fortune in 2005. Although landing on a Bankrupt on his first wheel spin and then did the "Ta Dah - Circus Bow" for all of America; he  later went on to the Bonus round. According to Slate.Com, he solved one of the 15 toughest WOF puzzles in the past 25 years. Improv also landed him a featured role for the Frameline32 Film Festival trailers as a game show contestant with perpetual wrong answers.Jonathan moved to Palm Springs in February 2014 with his mixed rescue terrier, Roopert, to re-invent himself. Improv has helped keep his spirits youthful (well, that and a good moisturizer) and energized. He performed with Andy Harmon's Acting Improv class at the 2014 Improv/Comedy Festival in Indio. He's always looking forward to making new friends as he offers locals the opportunity to sample the fun and joy that is Improvisational Theater. Improv builds community!Flexible thinking skills gained from Improv: * Increased self-confidence. * Enthused spirit. * Better coping with stressful  situations. * Greater freedom of expression. * More spontaneity. * Thinking outside the box. * Creative solutions to challenges. * Letting go of control. * Getting out of your head and into the present. * Improved collaborative efforts = better teamwork. * Making new friends, both real and imaginary.To contact Jonathan or to join in the fun:Web: http://www.theimprovoasis.comPhone: 760-656-8338Photo: Copyright Wilkinson/2022Opening and closing music courtesy the very talented Zakhar Valaha via Pixabay.To contact Wilkinson- email him at BecomingWilkinson@gmail.com

Chewing the Gristle with Greg Koch

Paul is a legend in the guitar world known for his super-herculean chops, and also because he is a "musician with massive musicality ". You might have discovered him during his time in the mind-bending Racer X, or of course with the international MTV super-stars Mr. Big. Maybe the Power Drill Guitar technique got your attention. Paul Gilbert has kept his fans faithful for decades by delivering the best shred guitar around. Additionally, he's a hell of a nice guy who is also super-funny, which makes for a delightful conversation with Greg on the Season 4 opener of Chewing the Gristle!1:55 - Paul plays upright bass??  Plus happy mistakes, learning new things, and Van Halen10:06 - Paul's musical journey18:53 - Improvisation; when and how Paul developed his improv chops22:46 - Paul and gear; obsession or necessity, and Paul's current live and studio rigs31:18 - Paul on the road - how much time in a bus vs at home?35:55 - Learning, teaching, and sponging styles from the greats.38:09 - Paul's vocal influences, slide tricks, and Paul's signature guitar48:16 - Portland, OR, Paul's journey to the Pacific Northwest, and familial music traits57:40 - New music: future or past, and hearing loss61:55 - What's next for Paul, what is it about music that is so magical, and CATS.68:57 - The ZepTotal Length: 78:20Fishman Dedicated to helping musicians achieve the truest sound possible whenever they plug-in. Wildwood Guitars One of the world's premier retailers of exceptional electric and acoustic guitars.

Superpowers School Podcast - Productivity Future Of Work, Motivation, Entrepreneurs, Agile, Creative
E50: Presentation - How Improvisation Can Build Business Communication Skills - Miruna Ursache (Communication Coach)

Superpowers School Podcast - Productivity Future Of Work, Motivation, Entrepreneurs, Agile, Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 33:01


For the full show notes and transcription checkout: https://www.superpowers.school/ Watch episodes on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/paddydhanda/ ★ BUY ME KO-FI ★ If you enjoy the podcast, then you can donate a small amount here as a token of your appreciation: https://ko-fi.com/paddydhanda Contact Paddy at: pardeep_dhanda (at) hotmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/superpowers-school/message

workshops work
185 - Facilitation in Movement - Improvising into Growth with Tom Goldhand (Part 2)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 47:39


Dance—especially improvised dance—is an arena for deep vulnerability, connection, and growth. It requires careful and considered facilitation, as you may have guessed!Enter, Tom Goldhand! Tom helps participants understand themselves and each other through the power of dance and authentic movement. Perhaps most impressive is how Tom can apply his skills in business settings, offering unique workshops for groups and companies to move their way into new ways of thinking.We had a lot to discuss, which might not surprise you, but we managed to fit so much into this episode. Step up to the stage and enjoy the rhythm of our conversation.Find out about:What every workshop—from dance and improv to corporate clients—has in commonWhy creating a space to share knowledge is very different to teachingHow emergent dynamics in dance workshops reflect wider truths of human connectionWhat happens to individuals and groups when they improviseHow to protect participants from a ‘vulnerability hangover'Why it can be beneficial to think about a ‘good enough' outcome for your workshopHow ‘movement with awareness' can make dance feel more accessibleDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.LinksTom's websiteWatch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Connect to Tom:On LinkedInOn InstagramSupport the show

Hitchhikers and Appetizers
S6E5 - Mothers Dayzed With Glanda And Eloise

Hitchhikers and Appetizers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 41:00


In this very special episode, Trellis and Horatio's mothers take over Booth 42 for some rather spirited insights into how your hosts became the beings they are today. Hitchhikers & Appetizers is now a part of Newsly. Get the Newsly app here and use the promo code: ZERS to get your first month FREE.https://newsly.me

workshops work
185 - Facilitation in Movement - Improvising into Growth with Tom Goldhand (Part 1)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:30


Dance—especially improvised dance—is an arena for deep vulnerability, connection, and growth. It requires careful and considered facilitation, as you may have guessed!Enter, Tom Goldhand! Tom helps participants understand themselves and each other through the power of dance and authentic movement. Perhaps most impressive is how Tom can apply his skills in business settings, offering unique workshops for groups and companies to move their way into new ways of thinking.We had a lot to discuss, which might not surprise you, but we managed to fit so much into this episode. Step up to the stage and enjoy the rhythm of our conversation.Find out about:What every workshop—from dance and improv to corporate clients—has in commonWhy creating a space to share knowledge is very different to teachingHow emergent dynamics in dance workshops reflect wider truths of human connectionWhat happens to individuals and groups when they improviseHow to protect participants from a ‘vulnerability hangover'Why it can be beneficial to think about a ‘good enough' outcome for your workshopHow ‘movement with awareness' can make dance feel more accessibleDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.LinksTom's websiteWatch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Connect to Tom:On LinkedInOn InstagramMy MoneyPlanning for your financial future isn't easy – You deserve a community that supports...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Everyday Musicality: Unlocking the Inner Musician Through MLT
E01.48: Bridging to Creativity/Improvisation from Verbal Association

Everyday Musicality: Unlocking the Inner Musician Through MLT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 38:53


In this episode, we focus on bridging to the Creativity/Improvisation level of inference learning from the Verbal Association level of the Skill Learning Sequence. Mentioned in this episode…

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes
episode 330: Treatise, Page 169 with Mark Nagy

1 electronic sound for 5 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 5:01


Cornelius Cardew (1936-1981) composed Treatise, between 1963 and 1967.  It consists of 193 visual scores that can be played by any combination of instruments and interpreted in any way the performers wish. Just released on Bandcamp: Vol. 6: pages 131 to 160Vol. 5: pages 101 to 130Taking it all the way back:Vol. 4: pages 76-100Vol. 3: pages 51-75Vol. 2: pages 25-50Vol. 1: pages 1-24Get some electronic sounds in your playlist, 5 minutes at a time. Support my little podcast before I have to take ads for memory foam mattresses.

Devil Tree
LIVE - Sip Studios in Jersey City with Garri Madera, Ryan Rummel, Alexandra Izzi, Rachael Parenta, Seth Ruddick, Shafer Ward, Jesse Montanez and Justin Williams

Devil Tree

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 65:48


Hello! Weeding Out The Stoned hit Sip Studios in Jersey City, NJ on September 29th and we again invited the audience to play along from their phones! We live-streamed the show and added some new games too. Thanks to All Tha Smoke in Jersey City for our prizes and giveaways!Find our September 29th players:Garri MaderaRyan RUmmelAlexandra IzziRachael ParentaJesse MontanezSeth RuddickShafer WardJustin WilliamsFollow Alex Grubard@alexgrubardFollow Weeding Out The Stoned for upcoming shows, podcasts, videos and more:http://www.weedingoutthestoned.comhttp://www.facebook.com/weedingoutthestonedhttp://www.instagram.com/weedingoutthestonedhttp://www.twitter.com/weedingoutthestonedhttps://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/weeding-out-the-stoned/id1340669075http://www.patreon.com/weedingoutthestonedUPCOMING LIVE SHOWS:http://www.weedingoutthestoned.com/buy-ticketsSupport the show

Theatre Thots
The Yes, And-ification of Improvisation!

Theatre Thots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 47:05


Episode 19: Quick! What's that over there? Today's episode is all about Improvisation or Improv (for the cool kids). Ty and Kiera explore their favorite activities, games, and exercises to teach to students, their favorites from the glory days of high school, using improvisation on stage, and real world application. This is an episode you can't say no to (get it -- because that's a rule in improv...). Every Thespians dream: a podcast from two lifelong theatre kids talking all things theatre! Join Ty Eatherton and Kiera Sweeney each episode as they discuss their own theatre fantasies and knowledge! Theme Music: George Benson -- On Broadway (Master Chic Mix) Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.

Subject, Object, Verb
S2 Ep15: Podcast: Joanne Robertson on Improvisation

Subject, Object, Verb

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 23:04


This episode features the musician and painter, Joanne Robertson whose work is born from improvisation. She regularly collaborates with other artists, such as Dean Blunt and Sidsel Meineche Hansen, who plays a vacuum on Joanne's most recent release. We discuss her ideas on music, art and life, all while she nurses her newborn baby. Featured image Photo courtesy Bruna Amaral Host Ross Simonini Credits Produced by ArtReview and Ross Simonini

Crit Academy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast
D&D: Roleplaying, Improvisation and More

Crit Academy: A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:10


Unearthed Tips and Tricks Volume 1 Podcast Crit Academy brings you a body-snatching ooze, roleplaying advice, a unique spell reagent to enhance your magic spells and so much more for your Dungeons and Dragons game.