This week's guest is Yoni Madar. Yoni is an Israeli multi-instrumentalist with an incredible facility on the kit; it's a mad scientist level of technical ability. He has released multiple books on his unique approach to technique that I urge everyone go check them out on his website www.madardrum.com. Once there, you can also contact him about private lessons
Feeling frustrated by the lack of buy-in for your Privacy and Security programs? Discover how to become an influential security champion in this insightful episode!In today's ever-evolving landscape, security is no longer an afterthought, it's a business imperative. But securing buy-in for security programs can be a challenge, especially when stakeholders are focused on other priorities. In this episode, you'll uncover the secrets to becoming an influential privacy champion, effectively communicating with stakeholders, and leveraging the right tools to streamline security processes and achieve organisational buy-in.By the end of this episode, you'll have the clarity and confidence to: Assess and improve your organisation's security postureCommunicate security risks and requirements in a way that resonates with stakeholdersSimplify security management and drive buy-in across the organizatioSo if you're ready to take your organisation's security to the next level, tune in now.With 25 years of experience working in the networking, telecommunications, and information security space, Scott is currently serving as the CEO of SolCyber Managed Security Services. Scott has worked with large companies and start-ups, among them IBM and EDS, where he held Security Engineer and Team Leader positions (US and London). Previous to SolCyber, McCrady built the Asia-Pacific-Japan business at Symantec; he ran the global Managed Security Service, and the Symantec and Accenture Joint Venture. If you're ready to transform your career and become the go-to GDPR expert, get your copy of 'The Easy Peasy Guide to GDPR' here: https://www.bestgdprbook.com/Follow Jamal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/Follow Scott on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottmccrady/Subscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyProsJoin the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE TrainingFree Easy Peasy Data Privacy GuidesData Protection Updates and so much moreApply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro
Morgan Gallagher joins us to share a life changing story and how it can help change yours. She was told that she was the 31st best player on her college soccer team, and that only 30 could suit up to play in league games. That made her strive to become GREAT in ALL areas of her life! She shares many great nuggets of wisdom, such as: Don't look back and think of all the things you did NOT do! Ensure that you are NOT #31 Change using DISCIPLINE & CONSISTENCY Do NOT go to the LAND OF COMPLACENCY Be FULLY PRESENT BE GRATEFUL Be INFLUENTUIAL To give anything LESS THAN YOUR BEST is to WASTE THE GIFT We NEED FAILURE in order to be GREAT GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE REGULARY
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Next in Media spoke with Ryan Detert, CEO of Influential, one of the top firms helping brands sort through the world of influencers and social platforms. Detert talked about the state of TikTok, and what many marketers miss regarding its power over younger audiences. Detert also talked about whether he sees potential in social shopping in the US, and which influencers are on the rise. Guest: Ryan DetertHost:Mike ShieldsIn Partnership with: Comcast AdvertisingProduced by: Fresh Take
Author and Professor Jarret Keene, PhD, joins me on the last episode of 2023 to talk about his new book, Hammer of the Dogs! Jarret and I talk about his newest book, Hammer of the Dogs. Jarret talks about how the book came about during one of the classes he was teaching and working on it from there. From the synopsis: Set in the wasteland of post-apocalyptic Las Vegas, Hammer of the Dogs is a literary dystopian adventure filled with high-octane fun starring twenty-one-year-old Lash. With her high-tech skill set and warrior mentality, Lash is a master of her own fate as she helps to shield the Las Vegas valley's survivors and protect her younger classmates at a paramilitary school holed up in Luxor on the Las Vegas Strip. After graduation, she'll be alone in fending off the deadly intentions and desires of the school's most powerful opponents. Jarret and I talk about the plot, characters, and setting while keeping it spoiler free for you listening. That way, you can get yourself a copy of the book to read! We also talk about influential fandoms that had an impact on Jarret's work, everything from movies, comics, and books. A listing of recommendations are below for those interested. Hammer of the Dogs is available in Paperback, Kindle, and Audiobook at: https://amzn.to/3QOb4Q4 You can find Jarret at: https://www.instagram.com/authorjarretkeene/ https://www.jarretkeene.net/ https://twitter.com/KeeneJarret Jarret's recommendation list includes: Movies: The Goonies, Krull, Dragonslayer, Tron, The Black Hole (Disney), Fire and Ice, Heavy Metal, The Secret of Nimh, Legend, Labyrinth, Conan the Barbarian, Red Dawn, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Highlander, Flash Gordon, Howard the Duck, Buckaroo Banzai, and Robocop Comics: Marvel's Secret Wars, X-Men: Mutant Massacre, Elf Quest, Frank Miller's Ronin, and Jack Kirby's Kamandi: The Last Boy On Earth Books: Stephen King's Carrie, and Firestarter Get 10% of your order of Woodmarks, Tolkien style maps, and more from In The Reads by using code TALES10 at checkout. Visit them at: https://inthereads.com/
Hilario Durán, the Juno-winning and National Jazz Award-winning pianist and bandleader, is back with his first big band record in 17 years. Hilario joins Tom in the Q studio to talk about the new album, titled “Cry Me a River”. He also tells Tom about his musical journey from growing up in Havana to playing with some of the most influential figures in Cuban music, and what brought him to Canada in the late 1990s.
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Today, we bring you an inspiring recount of resilience and passion for wrestling from Kyle Waldo, a four-time Michigan State Champion and the current head coach of Grand Rapids Catholic Central. From his earliest memories of learning to hit a baseball to his journey of becoming one of the most storied wrestlers in Michigan high school history, Kyle's story stands as a testament to his resilience and love for the sport. We dive into the rigorous training, intense rivalries, and incredible success of Michigan Extreme wrestling club, while also touching upon the physical and emotional struggles faced by wrestlers transitioning to high school wrestling.The conversation doesn't stop there. We also tap into Kyle's life beyond high school wrestling - his transition to a college athlete and then a coach. His insights into the pressures of college recruitment, the impact of coaching changes, and the challenges of transitioning from high school to college wrestling are valuable for any aspiring athlete. Notably, Kyle recounts his decision to return to his hometown to coach and his commitment to nurturing the next generation of wrestlers, emitting a sense of passion that's contagious.Listen in for a conversation that's not just about wrestling, but also about the resilience, determination, and love for the sport that drive athletes like Kyle to overcome obstacles and reach new heights. Whether you're a die-hard wrestling fan or just interested in the compelling journey of a dedicated athlete, this episode has something for you. Don't miss out on this powerful, inspiring conversation - it's a testament to the human spirit and the power of perseverance. Trust us, you won't want to miss this! Support the showAppleton Tattoo Linkshttps://www.facebook.com/appletontattoohttps://www.instagram.com/mark_appletontattoo/920 Hat Co. Linkshttps://920hatco.com/https://www.instagram.com/920hatco/https://www.facebook.com/920HatCo
This week's guest is Branden Steineckert. Brandon will always be a massive part of my childhood as a founding member of The Used (specifically the first two records for which he played drums and had a major role in the songwriting). But for the last decade, Branden has also been the drummer for Rancid; he's a legend playing with legends. I was uniquely excited about this one so I hope you enjoy my chat with Branden Steineckert about the 5 records that shaped him into the player he is today. Cheers! SUBMIT YOUR LISTENER PICKS HERE BRANDEN'S BIG FAT FIVE
We're made for connection with our creator and one another. So often in life we believe the enemy's lies and tell ourselves: “I don't belong”, “I don't matter”. The truth is we are each invited, belong, have purpose, and a unique part to play in a much bigger story. Join us as we uncover the truth about who we are and the reality that we can all say “I'm In”.
Capitol News Illinois' Peter Hancock talks with retired Congressman Dan Lipinski about his experiences in Washington, as well as the idea that political polarization is nearing the levels seen before the Civil War.
The first half hour+ was taped live at The Fest in August 2023, as you can doubtless tell. The rest was done in the usual way, and you'll note we didn't necessarily cover everything we listed in great detail, but that's showbiz. Here's Erin's list:1. A Hard Day's Night film 2 and 3. The Internet. Two slots … 270: Top Ten Most Important/Influential Beatles Sources with Erin Weber Read More »
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This week's guest is Chris Icasiano - Chris is a Filipino-American percussionist and composer from Redmond, WA. His specialization in free-improvisation and experimental music combined with his vast experience with pop and rock have made him a highly sought after collaborator in all genres of music. His debut solo work Provinces explores the complexity of cultural identity and community as a second generation immigrant in Seattle. You can find Chris on the road with Fleet Foxes and Pure Bathing Culture or at home in Seattle playing weirdo experimental shows as a soloist or with longtime drum and sax duo Bad Luck. I hope you enjoy the 5 records that helped shape Chris Icasiano into the drummer he is today. Cheers! SUBMIT YOUR LISTENER PICKS HERE CHRIS' BIG FAT FIVE
Influential surf journalist Matt George joins The Lineup to talk about documenting surfing culture from the late 1980s to now. Matt shares stories from his over 35 years in the business, the importance of long-form surf journalism in the social media age, and how he has immersed himself in the sport, its culture, and its heroes. He dives deep into the power, courage, and indescribable feeling of surfing and takes us through his personal surfing journey, from Hawaii to San Francisco to Santa Barbara to Bali. Matt also touches on the danger of AI, the Mid-season Cut, his favorite free surfers, the most significant events in surf history, and his book In Deep: The Collected Surf Writings. Follow Matt here. Buy In Deep: The Collected Surf Writings by Matt George. Join the conversation by following The Lineup podcast with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our YouTube channel. Get the latest WSL rankings, news, and event info. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This year, we've been learning about how educators are getting students engaged in the electoral process. One way to do this: student government. When you think of class elections, a couple things probably come to mind. But our guests says student government is much more than prom committees and candidate speeches in the cafeteria. We'll learn more about the influence student representatives have on their school districts. Later, Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo is holding their forth mayoral race. There are five candidates running this year for mayor. We'll hear about the animal candidates and how you can vote for your favorite. We'll also hear how students on college campuses throughout our state are organizing to turn out the vote. GUESTS: Christopher H. Tomlin: Executive Director, Connecticut Association of Student Councils Kevin Brown: a Vernon High School civics teacher and Connecticut State Representative for Vernon, Connecticut Jennifer Croughwell: Chief of Staff of Connecticut College Democrats and a student at Eastern Connecticut State University Nick Schettino: student at Southern Connecticut State University and young republican Gregg Dancho: Zoo Director, at Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport Where We Live is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Listen Notes, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode.Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Influential venture capitalist Marc Andreessen recently released a widely-discussed essay, "The Techno-Optimist Manifesto." Contrary to recent doomsayers about the growth of technology (especially artificial intelligence), he argues that technology is the key to human progress and that free markets are the only way to unleash its potential. But does Andreessen realize the full meaning of what he is saying? Do other tech leaders who admire his manifesto? What does real admiration for the power of technology look like, and what does it require, philosophically? Join Don Watkins and Ben Bayer to address these and other questions on the latest episode of New Ideal Live.
Soft Skills for Program Managers | Tahseen Rana | #TGV395"Hard skills may help you land the job, but soft skills will help you keep it and advance in your career."Join us in episode #TGV395 to explore the significance of soft skills in the realm of program management. In this conversation, Tahseen Rana shares insights on her professional journey, the pivotal role soft skills have played in her success, key soft skills vital for program managers, and real-world examples of how interpersonal skills strengthen stakeholder relationships. We delve into conflict resolution, the impact of emotional intelligence on decision-making, and much more. Whether you're an aspiring program manager or seeking career growth, this episode offers valuable advice and wisdom.ABOUT THE GUEST:Tahseen Rana is a Result driven program management professional with 16+ years experience in the pharmaceutical/ biologics industry. Passionate about strategic planning, regular tracking till closure, problem-solving, and conflict resolution by bringing diverse teams together to achieve organizational goals. Successful completion of complex multiple development projects, life cycle management projects, supporting CoGs improvement exercise for assigned program, strategic initiative: “accelerating biologics portfolio”. Demonstrated leadership skills in large matrix organizations (20+ cross-functional teams, multiple global locations). Facilitate decision-making. Influential communication at all levels (both written and verbal), presentation skills up to CEO level, and storytelling skills.Connect with Tahseen on LI:https://www.linkedin.com/in/tahseenrana/Connect with the Host on LinkedIn: Naveen Samala: LinkedIn | Personal WebsiteSupport Our Mission: To contribute to our mission, consider making a donation (any amount of your choice) via PayPal: Donate HereExplore Productivity: Become a productivity monk by enrolling in this course: Productivity Monk CourseDiscover "TGV Inspiring Lives" on Amazon: Volume 1 available on Kindle and Paperback:KindlePaperbackConnect in Your Preferred Language: #TGV is available in Hindi & Telugu on YouTube:HindiTeluguAudio Podcast: Listen to #TGV on Spotify:HindiTeluguFollow on Twitter:@GuidingVoice@NaveenSamala Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Influential filmmaker, music video director, and innovative kid's TV show creator Scott Stuckey is our guest. Grandson of the originator of Stuckey's, the 60s yellow-roofed, highway, pecan praline and gift shop franchise, Scott is quite the successful entrepreneur as well. Born in Eastman, Georgia and relocating to Washington, D.C., where his father W.S. Stuckey, Jr. was a Congressman for 10 years, Scott was attracted to the fledgling punk music scene, forging friendships that would affect his future in the film and music industry. While living in Athens, Georgia, he recorded bands in his home studio, working on projects with R.E.M. and Vic Chessnut. In 2003, he created Pancake Mountain, a music based, cable-access children's show that became a public-access cult classic featuring guests like The White Stripes, Eddie Vedder, Kings of Leon, Katy Perry, Bright Eyes, Shirley Manson, George Clinton, Chuck Leavell, and actress Juliette Lewis. Beyond those achievements, he directed music videos for Chessnut, Widespread Panic, and Garbage, to name a few. While visiting family in the Golden Isles, Something In The Water cohost, Sean Clark, made his acquaintance, leading the two to work together on a Pine Box Dwellers music video for “Devil's Den”, an original song cowritten by Sean and Uncle Dave Griffin, which made its internet debut two days ago. https://youtu.be/esl-hSEWzsI?si=7JRJU1LMkI-cZFf9https://www.facebook.comcautionlightmedia/https://www.instagram.com/somethinginthewaterpodcast/https://firstname.lastname@example.org://somethinginthewater.captivate.fmhttps://www.patreon.com/somethinginthewater
It may be one of NMPF's most-hidden secrets to its members – an influential quarterly publication that puts dairy's side of the story before the government regulatory and regulatory experts who directly influence dairy policy. But it's a secret that's hiding in plain sight, as the Regulatory Register is a critical part of NMPF regulatory work. And in this week's Dairy Defined Podcast, the organization's regulatory team talks about the critical work they're doing for dairy – and previews the next Register. “It's important for us to get our side of the regulatory story out to the broader community, not only the dairy industry itself, but also the regulators at the federal and state level on the variety of issues that happen in the regulatory space that are important for the US dairy industry,” said NMPF's Chief Science Officer, Jamie Jonker, on the podcast, where he was joined by Senior Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and NMPF Chief Counsel, Clay Detlefsen, and Miquela Hanselman, NMPF's Director of Regulatory Affairs.
Are we guaranteed a troubled-free leadership journey when we are leading and trusting with God? Many examples in the Bible show God-fearing people leading, God's way, but the enemy still attacks. What should we do when trouble comes? Nehemiah reminds us not to be afraid, remember the Lord is great and awesome, and will fight for us! During this finale of our LEAD series, we will learn how to keep calm, trust God, and carry on no matter what obstacle we are faced with. Anything is possible with God! Nehemiah 4:1-15
One Influential Way to Receive More of What You Desire; Why do we shy away from asking for what we want? Often, it's the fear of rejection that holds us back. We're scared of hearing "no." But, what if I told you, there's a communication framework which can support you in hearing “yes” more often? And guess what? This isn't just for the sales folks. This is for anybody who wants to learn how to communicate with influence and receive more of what they want without compromising their value system. As Gandhi once said, "Don't ask. Don't get." The dude was right! Without further wait, let's get into it. WHAT WE DISCUSS: [1:17] - Why are humans afraid to ask for what they want? [8:24] - 3 tips to ensure you deliver your ask in an impactful way [11:01] - Action steps to craft your ask with intention HOW TO DELIVER YOUR ASK IN AN IMPACTFUL WAY: Slow down to display confidence and combat nerves. Don't underestimate the power of an authentic smile. Once you've asked for what you desire, just sit back and listen. NOTABLE QUOTES: [13:28] - “You can't come out the gate asking things from people without really giving value and having a strong level of rapport.” - Ravi Rajani USEFUL RESOURCES & LINKS: Ravi Rajani's Website & Podcast: https://www.theravirajani.com/podcast Connect with Ravi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravirajani/ Follow Ravi on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theravirajani Subscribe and watch the show on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3eAJQx0 ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: [FREE SCRIPT] Discover how to craft a magnetic 45-second elevator story: https://www.theravirajani.com/yourelevatorstory Hire Ravi for a keynote or storyselling workshop for your sales team: https://www.theravirajani.com/speaking Join The Influential Communicator Newsletter: https://theinfluentialcommunicator.ck.page/newsletter
Sunday's passage in Romans is widely accepted as one of great significance and also one of the most challenging. Our task is to make it simple but not to simplify it. Sin came into the world through one man, says Paul. That man is Adam. Paul believed Adam was a real human (and so did Jesus.) Paul reaches back to the Garden of Eden when God said to the man, “Just one restriction, don't eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.” And what happened? Adam ate. Then came the result: death was spread through sin. Since death is the result of sin and because we are descended from Adam, death will get each one of us. Once the sin principle came to dwell in Adam, he would then pass it on to all of his procreation. In other words, if the source of the stream is polluted, everything downstream will be polluted also. I recently read about a man who owns a mortuary and he ends his communication with this,"Eventually yours,” In other words, one day you will need his services. Paul explains how Adam is a type of Jesus not because they are similar but because they are dissimilar. Adam's actions brought a degenerative power that leads to death, but Jesus' actions brought a regenerative power that leads to eternal life. It's like when you go to the store and the person adding up your items makes an error. In order to make it right they have to call a manager. Adam made a critical error and only Jesus has the power and authority to override it. Why did Jesus do so? It was God's love on display. The only thing that is more powerful in the heart of God than his hatred of sin is his love of the sinner.
Maurice Flournoy, MS, LMHC: Take control of your life and implement simplistic strategies with New Mind Creator. Join Maurice Flournoy as he inspires you to take the driver seat of your life and decide what's best for you. Learn more @MauriceFlournoy.com "Everybody knows something you don't know; therefore be enriched by your interaction with one another" by Maurice Flournoy Maurice Flournoy believes a man is literally what he thinks, with his character being a complete sum of his thoughts and of his interactions with the world around him. With his graduate degree and extensive training in the field of psychology, Maurice has gained the knowledge to understand the mind-body connection, and how powerful of a tool it really is in changing one's perspective and outcome in life. He truly understands the psychology of success. He uses his powerful experiences to motivate people through his speaking engagements to connect, share and teach the masses, leaving his audience energized and more enlightened with the proper tools to improve their lives. The very first time Maurice spoke in public in 2001, his audience was enthralled and captivated by his presence, giving him the fuel and ambitious drive to continue to motivate people towards success and happiness. His unique approach to inspiring and empowering people is in teaching them the power of their subconscious mind, and how it can work to benefit them. As a US Navy military veteran, Maurice has used his wisdom to reach out and speak at youth detention centers, men's prisons, and has had great success with his life inspiring commencement speeches. One of the greatest privileges a speaker could have is giving lessons and life advice to those just beginning their journey after graduation. Maurice's passion is echoed in his words as he guides the graduates into a new segment of their lives where they can achieve their future goals and receive extreme fulfillment out of their lives --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/new-mind-creator/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/new-mind-creator/support
In today's episode, we have a very special guest, Raj Subrameyer, a senior QA manager, TEDx speaker, and author. Raj will share invaluable insights on personal branding, building successful QA teams from scratch, and the power of automation in testing. With decades of experience in leadership roles and a passion for helping individuals excel in their careers, Raj's expertise will surely inspire and motivate you. So grab your favorite pair of headphones and get ready to dive into this episode full of practical strategies and actionable advice to take your automation game to the next level. Listen up!
How do great leaders make more leaders rather than more followers? Nehemiah had 60 different named leaders help rebuild the wall. So what was his secret? Join us as we learn how to teach, appoint, and allow others to serve so your load as a leader lightens because you can share the load while watching them develop their leadership skills.
We put each other in the hot seat with a series of 21 unpredictable questions, revealing aspects of our personalities and experiences you may not know. We take a nostalgic trip down memory lane, examining our upbringing, laughing at our rebellious teenage years, and discussing how all these experiences continue to shape us today. The excitement doesn't stop there. Picture this - if you could be anywhere else with a snap of a finger, where would you be? We tackle this and more, opening up about our personal vices, influential figures, and even our favorite books. Delve into Clay's struggle with nicotine and my journey as a former smoker - it's raw, it's real, and we don't hold back! We also debate on who would make a fantastic president outside the political realm. Spoiler alert - Arnold Schwarzenegger might just be the unexpected hero we need. To round off this rollercoaster ride, we let loose and share our dream last meals (hint: we've got Surf and Turf with a side of classic breakfast!). This episode is a no-holds-barred, all-access pass into our lives, beliefs, and quirks. Whether you're looking for a hearty laugh or some food for thought, we've got you covered. So buckle up, and let's get this immersive journey started! Support the show
Effective Accelerationism, abbreviated as e/acc, represents a collection of ideas and practices geared towards maximizing the likelihood of reaching the technocapital singularity. This movement aims to create an environment where emergent consciousness can thrive. Influential figures in the tech industry, such as Marc Andreessen, have shown their support by incorporating "e/acc" into their usernames. The movement's mascot is an enigmatic "tech founder" known as Beff Jezos. E/acc, short for Effective Accelerationism, is rooted in Nick Land's accelerationist theories. It advocates the belief that artificial intelligence and large language models (LLMs) will pave the way for a post-scarcity technological utopia. The movement's name is also a clever nod to Effective Altruism. E/acc communities predominantly thrive on Twitter, particularly through Twitter Spaces, where enthusiasts share e/acc manifestos via the Substack newsletter platform. A huge thanks to Margaux MacColl of The Information for her article 'It's a cult' that was used as the basis for this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We put each other in the hot seat with a series of 21 unpredictable questions, revealing aspects of our personalities and experiences you may not know. We take a nostalgic trip down memory lane, examining our upbringing, laughing at our rebellious teenage years, and discussing how all these experiences continue to shape us today.The excitement doesn't stop there. Picture this - if you could be anywhere else with a snap of a finger, where would you be? We tackle this and more, opening up about our personal vices, influential figures, and even our favorite books. Delve into Clay's struggle with nicotine and my journey as a former smoker - it's raw, it's real, and we don't hold back! We also debate on who would make a fantastic president outside the political realm. Spoiler alert - Arnold Schwarzenegger might just be the unexpected hero we need.To round off this rollercoaster ride, we let loose and share our dream last meals (hint: we've got Surf and Turf with a side of classic breakfast!). This episode is a no-holds-barred, all-access pass into our lives, beliefs, and quirks. Whether you're looking for a hearty laugh or some food for thought, we've got you covered. So buckle up, and let's get this immersive journey started!Support the show#ifounditonamazon https://a.co/ekT4dNOTRY AUDIBLE PLUS: https://amzn.to/3vb6Rw3Elsa's Books: https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B01E1VFRFQDesign Like A Pro: https://canva.7eqqol.net/xg6Nv Bible Journaling Finds: https://www.amazon....
This week's guest is Brody Simpson. I've been wanting to re-work this episode and shoot it to the top of the feed because this conversation, which originally aired in August of 2020, is an episode that I quote all the time when chatting to current guests–whether it makes it into the shows or not. My motto has been “just repeat Brody's opinions and people will think you're insightful and creative”. But anyways, if you don't know Brody, he's a New Zealand-based drummer and studio owner who has been blowing people's minds on social media for years. His unique, broken-while-being-perfectly-unbroken grooves are at the forefront of the dilla / Neo soul movement and, to be honest, his breakdown of that style of drumming is worth its weight in gold. His choices are great, but a lot different than one might expect. Before listening to this episode, I encourage you to go down the rabbit hole of his playing, because I ask him a lot of specific questions about his videos. Regardless, I hope you enjoy this new and improved chat about the 5 records that shaped Brody Simpson into the player her is today. Cheers! BRODY'S BIG FAT FIVE
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What is the cost of being a leader? Influential leaders look before they lead and consider the cost. After prayerfully considering your leadership role, do you know God's clear vision on which path or decision you need to make in any area of life? We as leaders need to look and listen to God's voice. Join us as we learn how Nehemiah set an amazing example of listening to God's voice to prepare for rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem.
He was known by his students as “Prof.” On this Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, you'll hear of the mentoring life of author and professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dr. Howard Hendricks. He wasn't a perfect man, but he left a legacy of encouragement and changed lives. Hear about “the influential mentor” on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. Featured Resource: The Influential Mentor: How the Life and Legacy of Howard Hendricks Equipped and Inspired a Generation of LeadersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gil's Arena Debates Who Is More Influential - Steph Curry or Michael Jordan as they dive into the hot take machine and discuss which all time great has made a bigger impact on the NBA and sports landscape. They also discuss the ESPN Top 100 and why players like Kyrie Irving and Ja Morant should be fueled by the blatant disrespect before examining the new Load Management rules and how they will impact the 2024 NBA Season. Please Like and Subscribe!! Sign up for Underdog Fantasy HERE with promo code GIL and get a $500 first deposit match: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-gil's-arena Gil's Arena premieres every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11:30am PT / 2:30pm ET. SUBSCRIBE: / @gilsarena APPAREL PARTNERS TUFF CROWD: https://www.tuffcrowd.com/ ADIDAS: https://www.adidas.com/us/agent-gil-restomod-basketball-shoes/ THE HOMETOWN FAVORITES https://thehometownfavorites.com/ Gr8ness: https://www.gr8nss.store/ Pre-Order Rashad's Book Here - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CD9ZQ3HD?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 Chapters Intro 0:00:00 Show Start 0:03:28 House Is Burning - Pick 2 0:08:29 Jimmy Butler Won't Quit Coffee For A Ring 0:10:45 Something You Wouldnt Give Up For A Ring? 0:16:23 Will Tyrese Maxey Take The Leap? 0:23:08 Can Maxey Keep Embiid in Philly? 0:47:50 Should A Team Trade for Harden? 0:50:38 Debating If Michael Jordan Was A Bad Teammate 1:01:26 ESPN Top 100 List Is Horsesh!t 1:20:12 Ja Morant Slides From #9 to #36 1:39:35 Is Lebron Still A Top 10 NBA Player? 1:46:46 Who is More Influential - MJ or Steph? 1:54:28 MostlyFans 2:18:01
This week's guest is Rob Humphreys. Originally from New Mexico, Rob currently lives in Los Angeles and has quite the impressive list of professional credits having played and/or recorded with Billy Ray Cyrus, Celine Dion, Karon O, Kacey Musgraves, Leonard Cohen, Theo Katzman, Elle King, Scary Pockets and MANY MORE. I absolutely love his playing. He's just a cool damn dude. Maybe someday I can be rad like him. Anyway…I hope you enjoy the 5 records that helped shape Rob Humphreys into the drummer he is today. Cheers! Check out Rob's videos HERE Check The Meters 1974 HERE Check out Theo Katsman's YouTube Channel HERE ROB'S BIG FAT FIVE
My guest this week is Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of leading game publisher Take-Two Interactive. Maybe most well-known for its hugely successful Grand Theft Auto game, Take-Two is a sophisticated, top-tier developer, publisher, and marketer of interactive entertainment that owns Rockstar Games and 2K. Strauss's passion for entertainment led him strong and fast into the industry as he worked his way from sales to CEO and transitioned from motion picture to gaming. Today we cover his approach to staying on the cutting edge of media development, unlocking talent and potential in those around you, and becoming the leader you were meant to be. His intensity and his standard for excellence come through clearly. Please enjoy my conversation with Strauss Zelnick. Subscribe to Colossus's New Show: Art of Investing Buy a ticket to Patrick and David Senra's live show. Listen to Founders Podcast For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus Converge — the first virtual event centered on the world of investor research. When twin brothers Tom and Mike Elnick realized that the research process for investors was broken, they founded Tegus to fix it. Now the people behind the most trusted research platform are bringing institutional investors together to investigate the state — and the future — of fundamental research. On November 8th, join industry luminaries like IGSB Founder Reece Duca and Daniel Gross, AI Expert, Entrepreneur and Investor, to dig into the latest research trends and breakthrough technologies shaping the investment landscape. Register today at tegus.com/register. ----- Invest Like the Best is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Invest Like the Best, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Past guests include Tobi Lutke, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger, John Collison, Kat Cole, Marc Andreessen, Matthew Ball, Bill Gurley, Anu Hariharan, Ben Thompson, and many more. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes (00:03:39) - (First question) - Why the entertainment media sector is so interesting (00:05:08) - Key inflection points in the history of media (00:09:17) - The role of pure content in businesses today (00:10:32) - Requirements for being a successful media business operator (00:12:03) - Strategies for working effectively with creatives (00:16:13) - How to cultivate a conducive environment for creatives (00:25:54) - The allure of collaborating with Take-Two (00:30:09) - Strauss' journey to becoming the chairman and CEO of Take-Two (00:37:42) - Strategies for reducing costs in business (00:41:16) - Embracing diversity in the video game industry (00:43:41) - Identifying high-quality intellectual property (IP) (00:46:04) - The inspiration behind Strauss' book Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets To Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever (00:51:12) - Influential leaders for learning and growth (00:55:45) - The impact of technology and the rise of new platforms (00:57:00) - Common misconceptions about Take-Two (00:59:42) - Unique attributes of Take-Two projects (01:00:36) - Defining moments in the history of the business (01:04:19) - Anticipating the future direction of Take-Two (01:13:41) - Sources of motivation and inspiration (01:15:29) - The concept and value of a masterpiece (01:11:08) - Paramount values as a parent (01:11:38) - The kindest thing anyone has ever done for Strauss
Influential rapper Waka Flocka and rising comedian Desi Banks are pulling up to the table every week with some of the biggest names in entertainment for no holds barred competition and convos where anything is up for debate! We're playing real spades just like at the family cookout. So no talking across the table and if you renege - Waka and Desi are gonna call you out! Celebrity guests better be tough or they will get run off the table. Join us every week on Wondery's latest show for mad jokes, conversation and games as we dig into some of your favorite folks' lives, get their insight on the world, and most importantly find out if they can handle themselves when it comes to playing spades. Check out We Playin' Spades on Wondery+ on 9/25 or wherever you get your podcasts on 10/2, and watch all episodes on Wondery's YouTube channel! Wondery.fm/spades_daddyissues
Influential rapper Waka Flocka and rising comedian Desi Banks are pulling up to the table every week with some of the biggest names in entertainment for no holds barred competition and convos where anything is up for debate! We're playing real spades just like at the family cookout. So no talking across the table and if you renege - Waka and Desi are gonna call you out! Celebrity guests better be tough or they will get run off the table. Join us every week on Wondery's latest show for mad jokes, conversation and games as we dig into some of your favorite folks' lives, get their insight on the world, and most importantly find out if they can handle themselves when it comes to playing spades. Check out We Playin' Spades on Wondery+ on 9/25 or wherever you get your podcasts on 10/2, and watch all episodes on Wondery's YouTube channel!
This week, contributor Cade Jobe joins Marshall to chat about their views on past exBEERiment results and those that have influenced their brewing approach the most. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today.
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Recently, a social media account shared a graphic with the most influential Black preachers of the last 50 years. The post caused a stir on social media, but it also got us thinking: Who are the most influential Black preachers of the last 50 years, and more importantly, how do we measure “influence”? In this episode, Tyler shares his list (or lists) with Jemar and they discuss what influence means and how we should steward it. Buckle up! Some of his choices will surprise you… Support this podcast at patreon.com/passthemic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices