Some companies use misleading marketing strategies to appear more environmentally friendly. For the ones that actually “walk the talk”, how do they separate their brand from this practice? One way is through setting ethical marketing guidelines. Mikey Sadowski is the GM (VP equivalent in North America) of Global PR and Communications at Intrepid Travel, the largest adventure travel company with 25 offices around the world, and networks with 28 destination management companies (DMCs). Intrepid Travel is also the largest travel B Corp that offers sustainable, experience-rich travel, prioritizes purpose over profit, sets ethical marketing guidelines, and has a not-to-profit foundation. In this episode, Cory and Mikey talk about intentional allyship and inclusivity in travel and marketing, along with the philosophy, strategy, and marketing of purpose-driven brands in a world of greenwashing and impact washing. Mikey shares how people and brands, like Intrepid, work together to achieve their goals to grow, develop, protect, and maintain a strong public image by showing authenticity, setting ethical marketing standards, and doing simple and impactful work. -- --
This episode marks the beginning of our second season! Having previously completed Dawn of Flame, our intrepid heroes continue with high level adventures in the Devastation Ark Adventure Path, with GM Ron Lundeen and new player addition Eleanor Ferron! Listen Now!(mp3)
Ari on joutunut Kameratorin orja-armeijaan pakkotöihin, mutta karannut. Mikon tila ei ole turvallinen, sillä hänellä on itsediagnosoitu ADHD sekä neuroepätyypillisyys ja kaikki hänen ympärillään ovat luulosairaita. Miten Dremel pienoisporakone liittyy valokuvaukseen ja millainen kamera on Intrepid 4x5? Hyvää äitienpäivää kaikille äideille!
Welcome to our first Special episode of 22: La Fiesta de San Isidro! This fun holiday takes place in Madrid every May 8th - 15th and honors Saint Isidore, the city's patron saint, and María Torribia, his wife. I wanted to do this episode before the actual holiday begins so that, should you so desire, you could join in the festivities wherever you are by making rosquillas or even cocido madrileño! (Remember, since today's episode is a Special, we won't have a Cultural Tip this week.) Remember, learning a language is a lifelong journey.¡Aprovéchalo, Disfrútalo y Compártelo!SHOW NOTES:© 2022 by Language Answers, LLCBlog for Episode 70Intro and Closing Music by Master_Service from FiverrCultural Tip Transition Music edited from song by JuliusH from PixabayResource LinksEpisode Content "San Isidro" by ESMadrid.com, Madrid's official tourist website, last updated April 29, 2022 "Ermita de San Isidro" by ESMadrid.com, Madrid's official tourist website, last updated March 30, 2022 "San Isidro Madrid - Comparsa de GIGANTES Y CABEZUDOS DE MADRID - 2016" uploaded to YouTube by Cicerone TV, Viajes, cultura y buenos restaurantes, on May 18, 2016 "La Pradera de San Isidro in Madrid Spain" uploaded to YouTube by Samuel Garza on May 21, 2019 "San Isidro Festival 2022" by Rove.Me, last updated April 5, 2021 "Feast of Saint Isidore in Madrid" from AnyDayGuide.com "San Isidro Festival" by Spanish Fiestas "Feast of St. Isidro (in lieu) in Madrid in 2022" from OfficeHolidays.com "Intrepid's Ultimate Guide to Fiesta de San Isidro" from IntrepidTravel.com "Clase para aprender a bailar el chotis como un auténtico castizo" uploaded to YouTube by El HuffPost on May 14, 2015 "Chotis Madrid, Madrid, Madrid" uploaded to YouTube by Doriroga on May 16, 2018 La Comida "San Isidro 2020: Receta de entresijos y gallinejas" by Gemma Meca for OK Diario on May 15, 2020 "Gallinejas and Entresijos: The Melancholic Mesentery of Madrid" from Vittles, piece written by Abbas Asaria and posted September 13, 2021 "Cocido Madrileño: The Stew That Has Sustained Madrid for 600 Years" by Lidia Molina Whytefor CultureTrip.com on January 17, 2020 "Cómo hacer un cocido madrileño de manera tradicional y fácil" by Alfonso López from Recetas de Recupetes "COCIDO MADRILEÑO" from Spain Recipes "Cocido Madrileno" by Luis Luna on AllRecipes.com "How To Make Barquillos" uploaded to YouTube by Savor Easy on March 26, 2019 "Barquillos: Spain's unique street food roulette" by Jessica Vincent for the BBC on October 22, 2020 "Limonada madrileña" by Angela CM for Conocer Madrid on March 2, 2013 "Rosquillas" by Renards Gourmets for 196 Flavors "Rosquillas Santa Clara" by Mabel Mendez on Pasteles de Colores "Rosquillas de San Isidro" by Blue Jellybeans on May 18, 2011 Cultural TipNone
Our heroes complete their deal with the void hags and finally make their way out of the sun. This episode concludes the Dawn of Flame Adventure Path from Paizo. Join us in two weeks as our intrepid heroes continue with high level adventures in the Devastation Ark Adventure Path, with GM Ron Lundeen and new […]
On today's episode, we speak with Ross Brannigan - a passionate runner, environmentalist, and author of Running Adventures in Scotland. Ross is on a mission to share his love of Scotland's mountains and wild places with other runners looking for their next adventure! #AskJake: Each week we'll take one of your questions and Jake will answer it. Today's question comes from Alice, who has recently signed up for a half marathon as part of her training for the Berlin marathon later in the year. She doesn't want to race the half marathon but she doesn't want to treat as a normal easy run either. Do we have any suggestions? See the full show notes & resources here: http://runningwithjake.com/plodcast
Hans Dau, CEO at the Mitchell Madison Group, a consulting firm that drives bottom-line operating performance through strategic services and business analytics joins Enterprise Radio The post Navigating the Supply Chain Crisis For the Intrepid appeared first on Enterprise Podcast Network - EPN.
Zinssorgen bremsen einmal mehr die Entwicklung der Wall Street aus. Für den Dow Jones ging es gestern um 1,2 Prozent abwärts. Die zinssensitiven Technologiewerte gaben noch deutlicher ab. Der Nasdaq 100 verlor 2,3 Prozent.
This week Adrian sits down with chad to discuss the distinction of focusing on Limitations or possibilities in our leadership and company. Topics discussed: Adrian's experience of getting divorced What allows people to see possibility How we enroll others into our limitations Limitations are like a fish in water The difference between options and possibilities Click here to join us for the upcoming June Revenant Process in Nashville TN. Click here to join us for the upcoming Intrepid, Academy For Affective Leadership in Los Angeles, CA.
The PantheonPlus Rewind is a recap of the week's Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen news, community discussions amongst various forms of social media, Pantheon.Plus content and feature updates and a rotating segments like Lore coverage, fan mail, and more - all covering details on Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen! Support the show on Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/PantheonPlusJoin Our Community:PantheonPlus Discord: https://discord.gg/FDJMcHNPantheon.Plus - https://www.Pantheon.plusTwitter - https://www.twiter.com/PantheonPlusTwitch - https://www.twitch.tv/PantheonPlusYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/PantheonPlusShow Links and Credits:IntroMusic Credit:"Big Rock" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/VR News and NotesPantheon: http://www.pantheonmmo.com/Pantheon Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/PantheonMMOPantheon YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/pantheonriseofthefallenPantheon DRT RSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1825341Music Credit:"Cipher" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Community Discussion“ALL ABOARD!” by mugwy44https://seforums.pantheonmmo.com/content/forums/topic/13652/all-aboardCommunity Spotlight“In the Sway of Storms - Chapter 21” by Crowsingerhttps://seforums.pantheonmmo.com/content/forums/topic/13650/in-the-sway-of-storms-chapter-21“Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen is Expanding their Art Team! ⚡️ The Baz Flash ep. 40” by BazgrimTVhttps://youtu.be/NpaQGCVbm-o“Pantheon - Dev In Real Life - A Graybox Lament” by ManOfRohanhttps://youtu.be/6ZORO6V7w98The Lore You KnowMusic Credits:"The Pyre" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"Intrepid" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Click here to join us for the next Intrepid in LA California. This week Adrian sits down with Chad to talk about the parallels between effective leadership and coaching. Some of the topics they touch on are: What is worth suffering for Aim gives context Unapologetic commitment What is my relationship to feedback If you want to grow go where you don't want to go https://leadership.takenewground.com/
Co-hosts Aubrey Paris and Emily Black explore the rich history of the USS Intrepid, which features briefly in National Treasure. How realistic is Ben Gates' death-defying jump into the Hudson River, as well as the events that follow? Join the hunt on Twitter and Instagram using @NTHuntPodcast, and find new episodes of National Treasure Hunt every-other Wednesday on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Die großen US-Indizes verzeichneten die zweite Gewinnwoche in Folge. Auf Wochensicht gewann der Dow Jones 0,3 Prozent hinzu. Deutlicher fiel das Plus beim S&Pund beim Nasdaq aus. Diese verteuerten sich um 1,8 bzw. zwei Prozent.
Hello dear listeners! Todays episode is all about awareness. Our invites guests talk to the Intrepid 007 about autism, how they perceive it, how they live with it. And of course, we talk about our favorite spy. All this in preparation for Autism Awareness day on April 2nd. Please join us by wearing your favorite blue Bond outfit and using the hashtags #bondinblue and #autismawareness. Also for an added kick, SIS training gear is throwing up a promo code to help you get that blue outfit! Use code BLUE22 at checkout and show your support!
Story This episode focuses on what being a B Corp means, what makes the B Corp certification a unique standard, and how becoming a certified B Corp transforms businesses' operations to do better for people and the planet. March is B Corp month, and we are celebrating it by bringing back some of our greatest podcasts featuring B Corp certified businesses and their inspiring journeys: James Thornton from Intrepid Travel; Karli Hiscock from Bates Well; and Carolina Miranda CEO of Cultivating Capital. Highlights Intrepid Travel offers sustainable travel experiences for its customers, an exemplary example of how businesses can balance purpose and profit. Intrepid went through a three-year journey to become a B Corp, in which they assessed the way they interacted with customers, the impact they had on the environment, and their relationships with shareholders. James highlights how B Corp helped Intrepid address their supplier issues and the lack of diversity within their organisation. “We've certainly found that the B Corp certification helps provide a point of distinction” - James Thornton. Bates Well was founded in 1970 with a set of core principles which had a clear purpose: “doing good for people”. They have always been a purpose-driven business but becoming a B Corp in 2015 hugely impacted their day-to-day operations. Through the B Corp certification, they have been driving staff and client engagement and improving their culture's synergy. Carolina helps businesses to operate in ways that are more socially and environmentally sustainable, particularly for small businesses that want to make a difference. The most common issue that SMEs come across when embedding sustainability is the lack of support from management. Consumers are recognising what the B Corp certification means, and actively looking to do businesses with organisations who are more socially and environmentally sustainable. This is a big incentive for companies to become a B Corp and improve their social and environmental impact.
Erneut aufkommende Zinsängste drückten gestern auf die Stimmung an der Wall Street. Für den Dow Jones ging es um 0,6 Prozent abwärts. Auch der hohe Ölpreis und die damit verbundenen Inflationssorgen belasteten die Märkte.
On the one year anniversary of his arrival in our midst, the Intrepid 007 takes the time to sit down with his wife to enjoy a movie. And that film? No Time To Die. Yes friends of the show, she's back! Giving her opinion for the first time on the show since we forced her to watch Diamonds Are Forever, she's here to give her take on Bond 25. Enjoy!
After the founding of Russia's Romanov Dynasty, the settlement of Siberia is ready to begin in earnest. Intrepid explorers push east across Asia, eventually coming into contact with the Chinese Qing Dynasty. There, Russia's land borders will be established, as both sides try to avert a major Asian war. Beyond the Eurasian landmass, Russian explorer Vitus Bering ranges even further, searching for a route to North America. Can Russia extend her empire across the Pacific, and span three continents? And what does the Siberian conquest mean for Russia's future? Map of Siberia's river basins: https://www.freeworldmaps.net/russia/rivers.html Dan's new interview with Ben from The History Voyager: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4EVcbeJhWQtnlp36jJI2L4 SUBSCRIBE TO RELEVANT HISTORY, AND NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! Relevant History Patreon: https://bit.ly/3vLeSpF Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/38bzOvo Subscribe on Apple Music (iTunes): https://apple.co/2SQnw4q Subscribe on Google Music: https://bit.ly/30hUTRD RSS feed: https://bit.ly/2R0Iosz Relevant History on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3eRhdtk Relevant History on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2Qk05mm Relevant History SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/relevant-history Official website: https://bit.ly/3btvha4 Episode transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRiq_c3JKacPyBSSUHk1D46dD8FxuaPnctiP1Af51H8c_p9TXyPOkcoiQzmqLqJF8zbsZ_88FmALMYw/pub Music credit: Sergey Cheremisinov - Black Swan
The honking may have stopped in Ottawa, but the debate over the Emergencies Act is far from over. Following the invocation of the Act, there is a requirement for two reviews to take place – one by Parliamentarians, and the other a broader look at government actions. Hopefully, this will contribute to a better understanding of what happened, why, and whether the Trudeau governments actions were appropriate. To discuss these reviews, and the need for transparency, Stephanie sits down with Leah West and Thomas Juneau. They also discuss the implications of the Convoy for the national security community going forward – an issue that Intrepid will certainly be returning to over the next few months. Leah West's guide to the legal thresholds of the Emergencies Act (mentioned in the podcast) can be found on the Intrepid Podcast blog here: https://www.intrepidpodcast.com/blog/2022/2/17/public-order-emergency-a-guide-to-thinking-through-the-legal-thresholds-and-its-justification*Programming note: we will be returning soon with more content regarding events in Ukraine. 2022 shows no signs of slowing down.
Intrepid Powerboats - The Rolls-Royce of the Water.Another amazing conversation with Ken Clinton of Intrepid Powerboats including the $16MM in sales at the Miami International Boat Show (back at the Convention Center in Miami Beach, a $144MM backlog, the creation of the Intrepid Yacht division, the Intrepid Nation, and a 900HP truck. Ken Clinton, President, Intrepid Powerboats.One of a Kind - Custom Made. Bespoke.One at a Time - Expert Craftsmanship.Intrepid Powerboats - driven by the Intrepid Nation, their customers, clients, those that innovate them, inspire them, fuel their passion to create the greatest custom powerboats on the planet.IntrepidPowerboats.com.
Ralph White's life reads like some sort of Indiana Jones story with a spiritual flavor. He grew up on the coast of Wales and then moved to a grimy industrial city on Northern England. You'll be enthralled by his amazing tales of travels to New York, Chicago, Vancouver, Peru, Ecuador, Tibet, Russia, and more. In between he established The Open Center in New York. His current activities include the Esoteric Quest series of conferences in Europe that focus on the lost spiritual history of the West. He also presents the Art of Dying conferences. He is the author of the memoir The Jeweled Highway: On the Quest for a Life of Meaning (Divine Arts 2015)Interview Date: 9/22/2015 Tags: MP3, Ralph White, Huddersfield England, the moors, music, University of Sussex, Vancouver Canada, Machu Picchu, The Open Center, Esoteric Quest, Tibet, Global network of holistic centers, China, Waldorf Schools, Rudolf Steiner, Robert McDermott, Russia, Travel, History, Global Culture, Social Change/Politics
(Public News Service) - COVID-19 infections drop in rural America while intrepid healthcare workers keep on caring for the sick; diversity on the upswing despite overall rural population decline; a new data tool to identify what exactly makes a rural-serving institution; and Americans are warned not to leave money on the table this tax season. — Ways you can help support the show Chase Bank – where you can get a $200 bonus by opening an account and doing a direct deposit. Open an account today at https://accounts.chase.com/consumer/raf/online/rafoffers?key=1934238931&src=N. Ashley Furniture – Save money on your furniture with this coupon. https://www.ashleyfurniture.com/?extole_share_channel=SHARE_LINK&extole_shareable_code=viewfromthepugh5&extole_zone_name=friend_landing_experience Donate to the show – Through CashApp at $ChrisPugh3. Enter our featured contests – $1,000 Target giveaway (through Feb. 27), Win a $500 WalMart gift card (through Feb. 28), Win a $1,000 Best Buy gift card (through March 4) and Win a $1,000 Amazon gift card (through May 22) Sign up for CashApp – Using the code ZFZWZGF. We will both get $5. https://cash.app/app/ZFZWZGF Get your next project done for $5 through Fiverr – https://fiverraffiliates.com/affiliatev2/#:~:text=https%3A//fvrr.co/3K9Ugiq Follow our podcast hosts on Twitter – Chris Pugh, Craig Shoup, Paul Yanchek, Joe Frost and also follow co-hosts George Thomas and Bob Garver. Read Chris and Craig's professional work – Read Chris Pugh's work for the Columbus Dispatch and Cincinnati Enquirer and Craig's work at Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Share us with your friends --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theohioan/message
Pyschologist and US Army Reserve LTC /Doc Ben Keizer discusses management of mental health issues in combat veterans at the Center for the Intrepid in San Antonio, including their published experience using Ketamine therapeutically.
On this episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined by The Intrepid Eater, Adam Berkelmans. Adam is a self taught cook who has a passion for wildgame, growing and foraging, and making amazing dishes out of both. Together, these guys chat about some deep topics related to self-sustainability, responsible meat-eating, and finish up on a fun way to serve wild game, in sushi rolls. All this and more on the next episode of Huntavore. Adam Berkelmans hails from Ontario, Canada. He took his passion of hunting, fishing, and foraging and mixed it with love of cooking. Taking on the title of Intrepid Eater, Adam shares that with a little creativity, some self taught practice, and an adventurous spirit, wild game can be just about any dish that you desire. Adam leads the discussion on an idea of responsible meat-eating. The thought is, if you only eat the most desirable cuts without the rest of the animal, then the waste and discarded parts would surpass what is taken. Head to tail eating of animals, not only provides a wealth of nutrients, but also stretches the use of that animal. Both Nick and Adam agree that if we are going to spread this idea, it has to be done by sharing recipes, encouraging others to try new things, wagging a finger and telling someone to keep their livers without first creating motivation would be not good. On a lighter note, Nick asks about wildgame sushi. Adam has made several variations of what closely resembles Kimbap (Gimbap) , a Korean version of sushi, but with cooked and pickled items, rather than raw, in traditional sushi. The Crappie and Chips rolls he made was to stretch the use of one fish. Being notorious for not freezing well, Adam didn't want to freeze the fish, but fried in a tempaura batter, followed up with fried potatoes and rolled it all in sticky medium grain rice and sushi seaweed paper. No special equipment is needed. Adam does have a bamboo sushi roll pad, but Nick plans to use a placemat. Use your inner McGyver to achieve the task. Want something else? Nick and Adam brainstorm that ground can be used as long as it's cooked first as a burger patty, and slow braised meat can be placed in a line that holds itself together. Sushi in itself is a full course in meal prep and presentation. All the elements are cut and sliced, raw ingredients cooked or pickled, and assembled so everything is square and can be sliced. Not the most efficient method, but for bringing some fun to the party, wildgame sushi is the perfect party meal. You can find Adam on Instagram @the.intrepid.eater or his website; intrepideater.com. MEAT! Instagram: @madewithmeat Website: https://bit.ly/3ddYG8H Coupon Code: huntavore10 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Remember how much fun science museums were when you were a kid? Touching things and learning cool facts were a blast! But thanks to two years of Covid, many kids haven't been able to hold turtle shells or meet real-life scientists. Museums have been closed or at limited capacity. But now, things are finally changing. After virtual events last year, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum is back for an in-person Kids Week. Do kids still remember how to have fun learning science, art and engineering? David Newtown reports.
Intrepid podcast continues to grapple with too much history in too short a time. Today, Craig Forcese joins Stephanie to discuss Russia's illegal and tragic invasion of Ukraine. They walk through the international law issues raised by this act of aggression (a war crime), as of the morning of 24 February. They focus especially on Russia's “lawfare” and legal trolling — its (unpersuasive) use of pretextual legal justifications to mask aggression since 2014. A earlier blog version of the some the issues they discuss is on the Intrepid website here.
Join us this week as we discuss Intrepid, a cooperative dice manipulation game where you and your fellow astronauts try to survive aboard the ISS. Uproarious Games https://uproarious.net/games/intrepid/ Board Game Geek https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/302461/intrepid Contact Us! email@example.com
Prior NSW Operator Quinn, discusses his story and successful use of therapeutic ketamine. This is part of a series with Quinn and then follow up with a Psychologist from the Center for the Intrepid, and an excellent discussion from a Clinical Health Psychologist with a significant experience in caring for our Warfighters.
A fascinating conversation between Phil Blizzard and two of Eygpt's most accomplished extreme sports athletes and adventure travellers. They talk about their adventures and the challenges faced on their travels, as well as those faced on the journey to become successful serial entrepreneursOmar Samra is the first Egyptian and one of less than 40 people in history to complete the Explorer's Grand Slam which involves skiing to both the north and south poles, climbing Everest, along with the 7 highest mountain summits. Omar Nour is a former professional triathlete and together with Omar Samra they rowed across the Atlantic ocean and in doing so became the first Arabs to accomplish the 1000km plus crossing. Look out for the movie - "Beyond the Raging Sea" a documentary which they have produced about their epic row across the Atlantic OceanThe podcast was recorded at the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival, Sharjah 2021
Cardboard Conjecture #120 - Reviews of Tinners' Trail and Corrosion In this episode … I chat about Bruges and Intrepid during the ‘Games of late …' and take some time to learn about Tiny Epic Dungeons, Unmatched : Volume 2, and Purple Haze in the ‘Trending/New/Crowdfunding' segment. This is a review episode and I take the time to unravel the mysteries of Tinners' Trail and Corrosion. Thanks eh! 1:02 - ‘Games of late …” - Bruges 5:52 - ‘Games of late …” - Intrepid 11:21 - Trending - Tiny Epic Dungeons 14:!8 - New - Unmatched : Volume 2 17:10 - Crowdfunding - Purple Haze 20:20 - Review of Tinners' Trail 38:23 - Review of Corrosion If you would like to help out and buy a “Coffee”, here's our Ko-fi link: Buy us a Ko-fi On YouTube : Cardboard Conjecture On Twitter : BCB - Cardboard Conjecture On Instagram : BCboardgamers / Cardboard Conjecture FaceBook community : Bridge City Boardgamers How to get to our sponsors : Amazing Stories Comics Dragon's Den Games Breakout Escape Rooms and Board Game Lounge
The 53rd episode of our podcast, Disrupt, is now available! For this episode of Disrupt, Home Health Care News sat down with John Kunysz, the president and CEO of Intrepid USA, to chat about how the Texas-based home health and hospice provider plans to ramp up its expansion and co-locating plans in 2022 and beyond. Listen to this episode of Disrupt to learn about: – Intrepid's quest to find a new PE partner to drive future growth – How the company diversified its payer mix to overcome challenges during COVID-19 – Why it believes integration of technology will be crucial in the near- and long-term future – And more!
Charlotte was Australia's first children's author. She came to the colony of NSW from London in 1826, and now her trailblazing, tragic and dramatic life story has been written by her descendants, Kate Forsyth and Belinda Murrell (R)
Every now and again on Newsgram we like to take a glimpse into history, after all this is a show about interesting people living their lives in interesting ways. So today we're going to meet two women Abigail Adams wife of the second President of the United States, John Adams and Mary Mauch author of the new book Wild […] The post Wild Colts Make the Best Horses: The Intrepid Life of Abigail Adams appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Hello and welcome to number 51! This week Matty Dyas from the Travel Bubble Podcast and the 4th best tour leader in the world with Intrepid Travel talks about his travel history to date. We discuss Matty living in Haiti for 6 months, how he has completed 17 ultramarathons, the dream of living in Bangkok for 3 years, his jobs teaching English in Spain and Slovakia and details of one of the most unique tours he leads with Intrepid in the Transnistria region in Moldova. A super interesting episode with lots of stories, tips and information about travel you probably have never heard before. This was super fun to record and I am excited to release this episode. Hope you enjoy!NEW MERCHANDISE STORE - as mentioned in the intro, I am releasing a new merchandise store with teepublic.com which will be live on Friday 11th Feb. There will be a link to access the store with money off for the first 48hours. I will share on these notes and on social media channels when I have it. Link - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/winging-it-travel-podcast?ref_id=25823Just a note about Matty's own podcast called the Travel Bubble Podcast. In a not-so-far-fetched, dystopian future, world authorities have put all citizens on lockdown.Thankfully, you can still go on holiday but there is a catch- you can only choose 3 countries to visit for the rest of your life.Every Wednesday, Matty Dyas talks to travel industry professionals, globetrotters and adventurers from all over the world. They tell us their Travel Bubble choices providing you with post-lockdown inspiration and an ever-growing travel bucket list.The world's locked down and we can't travel, so let's do the next best thing and talk about it.Details for Matty's podcast are below.Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0u9rzlAHNFMqPKjeCzhwrLApple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/travel-bubble/id1547476899Travel Bubble Instagram Account - https://www.instagram.com/travelbubblepodcast/Winging It Travel Podcast Details...Contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org or message on my social media on the links below.Follow me on:YouTube - Winging It Travel Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC173L0udkGL15RSkO3vIx5AInstagram - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.instagram.com/wingingittravelpodcast/TikTok - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.tiktok.com/@wingingittravelpodcastFacebook - Winging It Travel Podcast - https://www.facebook.com/jameshammondtravelTwitter - https://twitter.com/PodcastWingingReview - please head to Podchaser and leave a review for this podcast - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/winging-it-travel-podcast-1592244 or alternately you can leave a review and rating wherever you get your podcasts! Thanks for your support, James!
This is Derek Miller Speaking on Business. Decades of hard work, strong relationships and goodwill can disappear quickly if an organization is not prepared in times of crisis. That's why Chris Thomas, president of Intrepid, is encouraging organizations and businesses to develop and regularly update a crisis management plan. CHRIS THOMAS Research proves that the amount of time it takes to respond to a crisis directly correlates with the damage to an organization's reputation. Time is of the essence, making it imperative that you work today to decide who will speak on your behalf and who you can call for help when bad things happen. Over the past 28 years, Intrepid has helped organizations from Fortune 500 companies, government entities, and professional sports teams tell their story – whether promoting good news or responding to the unimaginable. We have deep experience and a positive national reputation managing more than 300 crisis situations and training hundreds of executives in media interviews. Everyone should have a plan – whether something simple, created on your own, or a more elaborate plan developed with experts. If you think we can help, please go to IntrepidAgency.com. DEREK MILLER The goal of a crisis plan is to minimize damage and restore business operations as quickly as possible. Chris and his team at Intrepid can help and they regularly present crisis planning for free to associations, trade groups and other organizations. I'm Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, Speaking on Business. Originally Aired: February 4, 2022
Hey Watch Fans,Today we have the black and stainless steel Intrepid X Chrono-Diver from the Whitby Watch Co. Swiss movement, Canadian design, Canadian assembled! Is it a James Bond Watch? Let us know what you think. These are a limited numbered pieces, that you have to check out at: www.whitbywatchco.com or @whitbywatchcoFollow Kevin @WatchFanatics.ca on InstagramFollow David @watchfanaticdavid on Instagram
Intrepid hosts Taylor, Jordi, and Jess try to record a quick podcast and fail — there was too much to talk about! They begin with some quick headlines. Jordi talks about how Chambersburg, PA became the first municipality in PA to repeal their Non-Discrimination Ordinance. Taylor talks about Dr. Oz’s campaign to become the next...
Join an adventure walking in the shoes of Abigail Adams, wife of the second President of the United States, John Adams. Many stepping stones along this journey are first-hand accounts of Abigail’s correspondence before, during, and after the birth of her nation. Her forthright, knowledgeable insights reporting from the hotbed of Boston during the Revolution […] The post Wild Colts Make the Best Horses: The Intrepid Life of Abigail Adams by Mary Mauch appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
I am beyond excited for this week's guest because she has probably more experience with product testing and beauty knowledge than anyone else! This week we are joined by Jessica Chia, who is a former Allure Executive Beauty Editor and is the current Director of Beauty Brand Strategy at Intrepid Investment Bankers. Jessica has already had such an amazing career in the beauty space and is only continuing to expand and grow her experience by diving into new categories in the industry. Jessica gave us all the details on how her career began, how she became one of Michelle Lee's first hires, what it was like working at Allure, how her cultural writing sets her apart as an editor, how you can work with her at Intrepid, what they can do for your brand + so. much. more! This epi is packed with so much beauty industry talk so grab some eye patches and pop in some AirPods for this one! You can connect with Jessica on IG at @jess_chia You can read Jessica's work on Allure here.You can read Jessica's work on Elle here.To connect with me, find me on Instagram at @mackenzieejudgee Connect with the podcast on Instagram at @blondiebeautypodcast For more beauty content, head to the blog at mackenzieejudgee.comTag us with #blondiebeautypodcast on social!
My guest this week is Jason Moore, host of the Zero to Travel podcast and an American living in Norway. Jason talks about what it means to throw yourself into another culture; he describes some of the challenges that he experienced in adjusting to life in his adopted country; and he shares how living abroad can reveal some really important things about ourselves. Listen up toward the end of our conversation, when Jason offers his three pieces of advice for how you can be a better resident of your adopted home. Are you thinking of making a move overseas, or are you already living outside of your home country? How is that going for you? Or what's keeping you from taking the leap? I'd love to hear your thoughts and hope you'll share by sending me a voice message. Thanks so much for listening and hope you have a great week! Resources The Zero to Travel Podcast Jason's Location Indie community The Four-Hour Work Week, book by Timothy Ferriss Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes, book by William Bridges When Paige was a guest on Jason's podcast Episode partner Intrepid Travel is a global tour operator that has been taking adventurous travelers to the world's most amazing places for more than 30 years. The world's largest B-Certified travel company, Intrepid is a global leader in responsible travel. Learn more at www.intrepidtravel.com. Thanks so much to Intrepid for supporting the show this week!
This week, we hear from a big player in the travel industry that's serious about sustainability. Zina Bencheick is Managing Director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa of Intrepid Travel, a global tour operator that took more than 460,000 people on trips in 2019. Intrepid is also the world's largest travel company to have earned B Corp certification, a rigorous standard that measures companies' social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. Zina joins the show to talk about misconceptions around the term “sustainable travel,” the importance of vaccine equity, and what travel companies can do to reduce their carbon emissions. She also shares how tourism has opened up new job opportunities for women in her home country of Morocco. Are you looking to plan a trip for next year? What issues are you thinking about, or what questions would you have for a tour operator? I'd love to hear your thoughts and hope you'll share by sending me a voice message. Thanks so much for listening, and have a great week! Resources Intrepid Travel on being a responsible traveler and a responsible business What is B Corp certification? Follow Zina on Twitter Paige's Q&A with Rick Steves in The New York Times (unlocked article)
Show Notes and Links to Cerise Castle's Work and Allusions/Texts from Episode 81 On Episode 81, Pete talks with Cerise Castle about her lifelong love of reading, her early mature engagement with literature and the world, her work as a podcaster and producer and reporter, and the issues and exhaustive research surrounding her 15-part series on deputy gangs with The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, entitled “A Tradition of Violence: The History of Deputy Gangs in The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.” Cerise Castle is a Los Angeles-based multimedia journalist specializing in arts & culture, civil rights, crime, and human interest stories. She has several years of experience as a multi-media journalist across print, television, and audio. She has produced and hosted segments for the Emmy-award winning nightly news program, VICE News Tonight, Los Angeles NPR affiliate KCRW, and nationally syndicated radio program Marketplace. She has also produced two series for the podcasting giant, Wondery. Her reporting and commentary have been featured in publications like The Daily Beast, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine and MTV. In her free time, she is an avid hiker and stargazer. Cerise Castle's Personal Website I Hate My Boss Podcast "A Tradition of Violence The History of Deputy Gangs in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department" Cerise Castle's KnockLA Website At about 2:25, Cerise talks about her relationship with language and her lifelong love of reading, including her love of historical fiction, history, Zora Neale Hurston, Roald Dahl, and Walter Dean Myers (maybe at too young of an age!), Mike Davis, and Brenda Stevenson At about 6:00, Cerise responds to Pete's question about her exposure to news and politics as a kid At about 7:50, Cerise gives a mixed response to Pete's question about her feelings on representation in what she read growing up At about 9:00, Cerise is asked about contemporary writers and works that have thrilled her, and she shouts out Kiley Reid's Such a Fun Age and Brandon Taylor's Real Life At about 10:50, Pete asks Cerise about how she comes up with story ideas At about 12:00, Pete asks Cerise about “light bulb moments” in which she realized that journalism was for her, including a transformational meeting with Ann Curry in 8th grade At about 14:45, Cerise talks about her experience writing at Vice as a freelance writer and as on-camera reporter At about 15:35, Cerise shouts out Kai Rysdaal At about 16:15, Cerise talks about her experience with Wondery podcasting, such as I Hate My Boss At about 17:15, Pete asks Cerise about the genesis of her series about gangs within the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, as well as the exhaustive research (she read about 100,000 pages!) needed to complete the writing At about 18:45, Cerise notes that “people are talking about it” and using the story for promising legal purposes At about 19:30, Cerise recounts some compliments that she has received from the series, and responds to Pete's question about how much the average LA County resident knows about the deputy gangs At about 22:40, Cerise and Pete discuss the amount of money paid out by taxpayers and the violence and murders carried out in the last four or five decades due to LASD gangs At about 25:10, Pete points out one section of the series and the repeated lack of accountability for those who have committed crime while wearing a badge, and she talks about the legacy of Peter Pitchess *EDIT* Cerise notes that she was referring to Sheriff Sherman Block** At about 29:00, Cerise traces some of the early deputy gangs and Pete notes the chilling quote by David Lynn and the “Vietnam Mentality,” At about 30:20, Cerise notes an interesting article by Lexis-Olivier Ray with LA Taco that notes the number of LAPD officers who live outside the communities they serve, even outside of the state at times At about 31:20, Pete asks Cerise if he sees LASD gang members as being inherently drawn to the gangs, or if they are corrupted once they join; Cerise notes that her research has shown that those who don't join are ostracized and threatened with job loss and physical violence At about 33:30, Pete and Cerise know the perversity of the sheriffs who commit flagrant acts getting, at maximum, a slap on the wrist, while those who report misconduct are shunned and written up and sometimes prosecuted At about 34:10, Cerise notes the people she has interviewed who have compared the LASD gang situation with Training Day At about 35:10, Cerise talks about the proliferation of sheriff gangs, moving from the Lynwood Vikings to The Century Station to the LA Central Jail About 36:20, Pete asks Cerise about the fact that the Sheriff's Department even in 2021 has a leadership with extensive gang ties and histories About 38:30, Pete wonders about the major obstacles that haven't allowed extensive prosecution and punishment of sheriffs' misconduct, and Cerise talks about how seriously deputies take “The Blue Code of Silence” About 40:00, Cerise explains a phrase favored by Paul Tanaka, the #2 in the LASD about “work[ing] in the gray area” About 41:00, Pete asks Cerise about any desire for change and support for change after George Floyd's police murder You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Spotify, Stitcher, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe via The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. I'm excited to share my next episode, Episode 82 with Sara Elkamel, a poet and journalist living between her hometown, Cairo, and New York City. She holds an MA in arts journalism from Columbia University, and is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at New York University, where she taught in the undergraduate Creative Writing Program. Her poems have appeared in The Common, Michigan Quarterly Review, Four Way Review, and The Boiler, among others. The episode airs on October 1. 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Sarah Vine and her friend, author Imogen Edwards-Jones talk about topless sunbathing (and why young women don't do it any more) and what would really happen if a tiger came to tea. Intrepid eco warrior Jeff Gazard attempts to convince Sarah that Extinction Rebellion is actually quite a good thing, despite the hippy outfits and the weird dancing. Meanwhile, Sarah talks to Lynda La Plante about the 30th anniversary of Prime Suspect - and what happened when she went to a real autopsy… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.