WE GOT US NOW #KeepFamiliesConnected campaign series WELCOME to Season 3 of the WE GOT US NOW Podcast series. For our 5th annual #KeepFamiliesConnected multimedia campaign series that runs from Mother's Day through Father's Day, WE spotlight our community voices, bring awareness to 50 Years of Mass Incarceration in 2023, and uplift our allies working to reform the criminal legal system and create a a just, equitable society that seeks to keep justice-impacted families connected. ⭐ S3 | EP 4: Rachel E. Barkow ~ Navigating Punishment in America Rachel Barkow is the Charles Seligson Professor of Law at NYU School of Law. She also serves as the faculty director of the Zimroth Center on the Administration of Criminal Law at NYU. From 2013 to 2019, she served as a member of the United States Sentencing Commission. She is the author of Prisoner of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration (Harvard/Belknap, 2019). She has also written more than 30 articles, and she is recognized as one of the country's leading experts on criminal law and policy. Barkow teaches courses in criminal law, administrative law, and constitutional law. In 2013, she was the recipient of the NYU Distinguished Teaching Award. The Law School awarded her its Podell Distinguished Teaching Award in 2007. After graduating from Northwestern University (BA, 1993), Barkow attended Harvard Law School (JD, 1996), where she won the Sears Prize. She served as a law clerk to Judge Laurence H. Silberman on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and Justice Antonin Scalia on the US Supreme Court. Barkow was an associate at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans in Washington, DC. This episode is not to be missed! #WeGotUsNow #10MillionInspired #WellBeing #SocialConnection #Community #RachelBarkow #MassIncarceration #endmassincarceration #ChildrenwithIncarceratedParents #ParentsBehindBars #Family #RankedTop10 #WeGotUsNowPodcast FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO www.WEGOTUSNOW.org | Instagram @WE_GOTUSNOW | Twitter: @WE_GOTUSNOW
Walton Productions Be EPIC Podcast
This week on the Be Epic podcast Matt sits down with Craig Geiger, full time instructor and Director of the newly launched Master's of Science in Marketing degree at the Walton College. To begin the episode, Craig and Matt discuss Craig's rich history in the consumer packaged goods industry, working across customer insights, sales, marketing and category management for Walmart, Kellogg, Kraft Foods, Campbell Soup Company, and more. Craig's background has positioned him perfectly to lead the new master's degree program with a curriculum designed specifically for students who are interested in a career in brand management, retail marketing and marketing services. As they continue through the episode they discuss the types of courses that students in this program will be able to take to prepare them to enter the fast paced and rapidly changing industry. They finish the discussion with a focus on how leaders in the industry will be able to participate in this master's program through partnerships and projects promoting experiential learning and networking. They then end the discussion with Craig sharing advice for prospective students on how to get into this program and how they can prepare for success. Learn more about the Master's of Science in Marketing here: https://walton.uark.edu/graduate-programs/
John Harvey Kellogg was an eccentric philanthropist. Some, if not most, might even consider him way too outlandish. But did you know that he pioneered the way we eat breakfast now? Today, we will discuss Kellogg's upbringing, his religious values and beliefs, and his sadistic views on purity and cleanliness. Listen and have your idea of Cornflakes changed forever! Follow us on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @GreetingsTAC, email us at GreetingsTAC@gmail.com, or leave us a voicemail at 915-317-6669 if you have a story to share with us. If you like the show, leave us a review, tell a friend, and subscribe! Visit us on the web at TechnicallyAConversation.com Contest: https://www.technicallyaconversation.com/Contest Episode Page: https://www.technicallyaconversation.com/episodes/John-Harvey-Kellogg Listen to PNW Haunts & Homicides Follow them on Instagram Listen to Weird Distractions Follow them on Instagram Sources: https://allthatsinteresting.com/john-harvey-kellogg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08HgcD5vIjI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJhd0w3bdyM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLhJEawvu9w https://www.adventist.org/beliefs/ https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-body/pictures/gwyneth-paltrows-most-controversial-goop-moments/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Harvey_Kellogg https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiIc0HuJ78Q --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/technicallyaconversation/message
Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business
Overview: Today, we're going to talk about Twiga Foods. We'll explore the story across the following 6 areas Africa Agricultural context Kenya farming & market access context Twiga Foods' early history Twiga Foods' Product & monetization strategy Twiga Foods' Competitive positioning & potential exit options Future outlook. This episode was recorded on May 28, 2023 Companies discussed: Twiga Foods, Apollo Agriculture, Vendease, Kibanda, Kellogg, Tolaram, Multipro, Olam, Dangote, Coca-Cola, Shoprite, Cargill, Nestle, Unilever & Safaricom (M-Pesa) Business concepts discussed: Agriculture technology (AgTech, AgriTech or AgroTech), Agribusiness marketplaces, farming financing, Farmer market access opportunities, SMB Retail, B2B solutions and Agriculture Logistics. Conversation highlights: (01:00) - Twiga Foods context (08:53) - Africa Agriculture context (18:30) - Kenya background and agriculture context (23:34) - Market access context in Africa (31:20) - Market access context at Twiga Foods' founding (40:12) - Founders' background and farming context (56:10) - Fundraising (1:04:10) - Geographical expansion, Partnerships and Hiring (1:15:00) - Metrics (1:20:15) - Product & Monetization strategy, Cost structure (1:32:58) - Competition (1:35:00) - Options for exit (1:45:50) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:58:58) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (2:06:31) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Berkshire Hathaway story on the Acquired podcast. It has multiple parts and is really good. The Acquired podcast is like the non-African version of Afrobility. They tell stories of companies in developed markets. Alternatively you could say Afrobility is the African version of Acquired. Recommendation: Exxon-Mobil analyses on Business Breakdown podcast. Business Breakdowns is like a more serious suit-and-tie version of Acquired. As you can tell from my recommendations I like podcasts that analyse businesses. Small win: Sao Paulo trip. It was fun. Small win: To physically touch and hold the Firedom (financial independence) book. I and Samon released the paperback and hardcover versions in May and I just received my author copy. It feels magical, the book is beautiful and bright red. Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Article about end of Life Dreams, Hallmarks of Good Product Sense & This Company Will Give You A Free TV In Exchange For Your Data | AdExchanger Small win: The EPL season is over, and the suffering of being a Chelsea fan is on pause… Other content: Winning in Africa's agricultural market, After 18 Months, Your Investment Probably Isn't Getting Marked Up - Angellist & Kellogg purchases 50% of Multipro for $450M Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback! Founders & Operators: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at email@example.com Investors: It would be great to link up with you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes on Afrobility.com
Mark Kellogg is ready to take the next step. West Virginia's new women's basketball coach has succeeded at the highest level at every stop. He's the sixth winningest active Division 1 coach (445-120) based upon winning percentage (.788).Now, he'll get his first opportunity at the Power 5 level as he takes over a Mountaineer program that will have its third head coach in the last three seasons. In this episode, Kellogg shares his story and gives insight into his decision to accept the West Virginia position. Join the "Guys" next week as WVU athletic director Wren Baker pays a visit.
Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Happy Memorial Day! On this episode of WireTaps, Alex and Graham officially open BBQ season with a look at what's been cooking on LiveWire, including waitlist decisions and final decisions from Rounds 3 and 4. Alex reminds listeners that we also should see final decisions coming out for Georgetown / McDonough, Cornell / Johnson and CMU / Tepper (for its Future Leaders program) in the coming week. Alex also pointed out that new deadlines and essay topics are starting to be unveiled by the top MBA programs for next season; this led to a discussion regarding Clear Admit's Essay Topic Analysis series. Graham highlighted two recently published stories from Clear Admit; the first is about Northwestern / Kellogg's new healthcare course that focuses on biomedical marketing, and the second story looks at Chicago / Booth's initiatives targeting disadvantaged youth. Graham then discussed four Real Humans Alumni stories: a Stern/Tech MBA grad at Google, a Booth grad at Accenture, a London Business School grad at BCG and a Duke / Fuqua grad at Google. Graham then highlighted a Real Humans event, where Clear Admit brings together students and alumni of top programs for a discussion regarding their experiences. This event is scheduled for June 20th, and registration is at https://bit.ly/RealHumansMBA As usual, WireTaps features three candidate profile reviews - this week they were selected from three recent ApplyWire entries: First up is candidate is from Nigeria, working in the UK. She is a lawyer who is also active outside of work, building an online community for African females. She is targeting 330 on the GRE, and with a score like that, and a strong academic record from a Russel Group university, Alex and Graham think there's a lot to like. Graham did question some of the school selection, given her goals of returning to the UK, or Nigeria. This week's second candidate appears to have an outstanding military career, and decent numbers. In short, he would appear to be a typical high-profile candidate from the military, with lots of options. Alex and Graham did question some of the school selection for the first round, but it's clear that a solid plan is taking shape. This week's final candidate is applying to Booth and Kellogg, because her partner has started a Ph.D. at U. Chicago. She has some decent work experience, but already has two degrees, which means there will be an increased focus on having a strong post-MBA goal. She also has some concerns over her verbal score on the GRE, which Alex and Graham discussed. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced and engineered in 'always sunny' Philadelphia by Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate and review this podcast wherever you listen and to 'stay safe everybody'!
Townhall Review | Conservative Commentary On Today's News
In this special Memorial Day episode, Joe Piscopo is joined by Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg (Ret.), a distinguished Vietnam War veteran and former National Security Advisor to Vice President Mike Pence. As we commemorate those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation, General Kellogg reflects on his own experiences in Vietnam, the meaning of Memorial Day from a soldier's perspective, and the enduring impact of this day on his life and service.
On episode six hundred and twenty-one, the story of Allan J Kellogg Jr is told and episodes for all of March, April, May, and most of June, will be living recipients (mostly from the Vietnam War). Read today's story: https://www.talesofhonorpodcast.com/stories/allan-j-kellogg-jr Be sure to visit our website for more information as the show goes on at: www.talesofhonorpodcast.com. Thanks for listening and be sure to share with friends and family!
Tales of Southwest Michigan's Past
In this episode I explore some of the history of the Kellogg Airfield in Battle Creek, Michigan. I also include the story of the B-17 Flying Fortress named 'Snap, Crackle & Pop' which served in the European Theatre of Operations in 1942 during World War II. The plane was named by a pilot that had formerly been an engineer at Kellogg's and as cooincidence would have it, he was instructed to land he new plane at the Kellogg Airfield on his way to England. I also cover some of the history of another B-26 Bombardment Group that landed at the Kellogg Airfield on its journey to England. To read the blog article on the Top 100 Michigan Podcasts mentioned in this episode, click here. To find out more about Michael Delaware, visit: https://michaeldelaware.com To subscribe to the podcast click here!
Bucked Up goes premium in its packed-out pre-workout Mother Bucker, pre-workout specialist Ekkovision reveals the formula behind its carbohydrate-fueled intra-workout Intra, Six Star partners with Kellogg's for authentic Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes flavors of protein powder, and Ghost partners with festival organizer Insomnia to make Ghost Energy its exclusive energy drink.
Bienvenidos a un episodio más de este, su podcast.En esta ocasión me tocó platicar con Thor Flosason, quien es Head of Talent Management and Global Learning Operations en Pepsico.Antes de hablarles de la trayectoría de Thor, quiero compartirles la punta del iceberg de todo el aprendizaje que van a encontrar en este episodio:1.- El aprendizaje no siempre debe ser formal.El aprendizaje es algo que ocurre constantemente, en palabras del mismo Thor hay algunas cosas que no pueden aprenderse en cursos o clases, pero que sí se pueden aprender hablando o interactuando con gente, equivocándonos, o probando e intentando hacer cosas nuevas.Sí, seguir un curso específico con tareas, exámenes, calificaciones ayuda mucho facilitando cierto proceso de aprendizaje, pero no debemos limitarnos a ello. La cultura del aprendizaje debe ir más allá, aprendiendo todos los días, en todas partes.2.- Seamos pacientes y positivos con el impacto de la Inteligencia ArtificialDebemos ir un día a la vez, a muchas personas nos da miedo pensar en el enorme potencial de la inteligencia artificial, pero el miedo no debe detenernos, al contrario, debería emocionarnos por un futuro con herramientas de este calibre.Trabajar y experimentar con Inteligencia Artificial puede ser un parteaguas importante en el futuro del mundo del aprendizaje.Sabemos que seguramente estas herramientas van a transformar la industria, pero es la perspectiva del uso de ellas como herramientas que faciliten nuestro día a día lo que debería emocionarnos.Aprender no debe darnos miedo, debe emocionarnos. Como pueden ver Thor es todo un apasionado en temas tanto de tecnología y aprendizaje, pero para entender más acerca de su enfoque quisiera contarles más de él.Originario de Islandia, Thor es todo un superhéroe del aprendizaje, tiene una amplia experiencia en diseño instruccional y es todo un apasionado en tema de tecnología. Esta combinación de cualidades lo ha llevado a ser un líder destacado de Learning & Development que sabe combinar e interpretar perfectamente tanto temas de performance y desempeño como experiencia del usuario y aprendizaje.Ha construido y ejecutado estrategias de aprendizaje para diferentes áreas corporativas, incluyendo la cadena de suministro, servicios compartidos, ventas y recursos humanos. También posee una vasta experiencia en la implementación de plataformas tecnológicas de aprendizaje en diversas áreas y regiones.Posee una maestría en Psicología Industrial/Organizacional y un doctorado en Psicología con énfasis en Gestión del Comportamiento Organizacional de la Universidad de Michigan (Western Michigan University).En cuanto a su trayectoria profesional, Thor pasó muchos años en Kellogs, donde pasó de ser Senior Manager en tema de ventas, a ir escalando abriéndose paso por posiciones como Director of Global Learning, Senior Director of Global Learning & Development (siendo esta última la más alta en Kelloggs relacionada con L&D) hasta que decidió cambiar de aires y moverse a Pepsico en su actual posición, siendo el Head de toda la estrategia de talento y aprendizaje a nivel global.Y vaya, sin más los dejo con este gran episodio, de nuevo agradezco mucho a Thor por aceptar esta entrevista y ayudarme con eso a crear este episodio, uno donde estoy seguro van a sacar más de un insight que los hará reflexionar y aumentar sus conocimientos en cuanto a L&D.Conoce más de mí y de los servicios que ofrezco en mi página web: https://diegolainez.com.mx/Recuerden que pueden encontrar el podcast en todas las plataformas de streaming, y nunca dejen de aprender porque esto es Dare to Learn!
Exploring the Possibilities of ChatGPT, & AI for your Business - Frank Mendoza Frank Mendoza is a highly respected and award-winning analytics leader with over 20 years of experience in Strategy, Customer Experience and Data Science. He is the founder of Catalytics, a service company that helps Fortune 500 companies like Nike, Kelloggs, Keurig Dr Pepper, and Jim Beam to execute actionable AI and Data Analytics strategies to solve their toughest business challenges. Frank holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an Executive MBA from The University of Texas at Austin. Connect with Frank https://www.linkedin.com/in/fxmendoza/ Website https://catalyticsconsulting.com/
Is that really legal? with Eric Ruben
Tammy Dahlstrom currently stars as the as the take-no-b.s. undercover U.S. Marshall ‘Diane' in the new Dekkoo original comedy series, MARRIAGE OF INCONVENIENCE.Previously, she gained tons of fans recurring as the farmer-turned-frontier woman ‘Martha' alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi in Season 3 of the TBS comedy series, MIRACLE WORKERS: OREGON TRAIL.She also recurred as the uber-assistant ‘Gloria' in Season Three of Mike Judge's critically acclaimed HBO series, SILICON VALLEY. Her previous television credits also include: LIFE IN PIECES, LUCIFER, JUST ADD MAGIC, TOGETHERNESS, CRIMINAL MINDS, THE MIDDLE, HOUSE OF LIES, GREY'S ANATOMY, CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR, HOUSE M.D., MONK, AWAKE and many others.On the big screen she's appeared in numerous indie films, including John Asher's PO, Dave Barry's COMPLETE GUIDE TO GUYS, EM and STRAIGHT-JACKET. This California native got her start as a commercial kid at the age of three when she was on the box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and starred in the commercial. The strawberry-blonde found continued success in commercials and has appeared in over 100 national and regional spots to date. Tammy has studied with some of the most respected acting coaches in the business, including Lesly Kahn, Margie Haber and Tom Todoroff. She is a proud USC Trojan, a self-confessed ‘foodie' and dedicated dog lover.Support the show
This #MondayMorningMastery Rewind ⏮ takes a look back in history at #cereal titans, Post and Kellogg's and how they chose to (very differently) strategically maneuver during the Great Depression. What can we learn from cereal you ask? How are you positioned right now? You must be willing to learn from your past in 2023 to get where you ultimately want to go. #Leadership #BeNEXT Released on 05.15.23 To Learn More visit: www.nextleadershipacademy.org
What should founders do to fix sales and marketing alignment once and for all? Dave Kellogg is an Executive in Residence at Balderton Capital. He also comes with 10 years of experience both as a CEO and a CMO. In other words, he has a lot to say about sales and marketing. Dave recently wrote “The Founder's Guide to B2B Sales”, and we invited him on the podcast to hear his thoughts on how founders should kickstart selling and what they can do to ensure a strong alignment between Marketing and Sales. In the second part of our chat, Dave discusses marketing and sales alignment, how to do it right, and what founders should do from the get-go to make it happen. Hope you enjoy it! > Why are sales and marketing so often misaligned? > … and what to do about it > What founders & CEOs should understand about marketing > How to find the right balance between building and scaling sales and marketing? Happy listening!
At Kellogg Garden Products, the values of humility and integrity are deeply ingrained in the company culture. H. Clay “Hap” Kellogg, the third-generation president and CEO, upholds the core values introduced by his grandfather and father before him, even as the family-run business has grown over the years. Meanwhile, Co-Owner and Chairman of the Board, Kathy Kellogg Johnson, is equally passionate about sustainable business practices and the health of our planet and its people. She focuses on ensuring that Kellogg Garden Products' operations contribute to the future well-being of its employees, customers, and the environment. Together, Hap and Kathy lead the charge in maintaining a company culture committed to positively impacting the world. Our very special guests this week are Hap Kellogg and Kathy Kellogg Johnson, Co-owners of Kellogg Garden Products. We're delving into the history of the business, how it started and continued to grow and expand, and how it grew and expanded under Hap and Kathy's stewardship. You'll hear how they use the business as a platform for ministry, and we explore their relationship with God and how it's a big part of their Kellogg journey. We'll also discuss the importance of humility, generosity, and the one thing they do at the beginning of each business meeting to set the right tone for cooperation and productivity. “The wonderful thing is God created this earth, with the ability to heal itself.” - Kathy Kellogg Johnson “We focus on two words, humility, and integrity.” - H. Clay “Hap” Kellogg IV “We're humble and teachable, and able to move forward.” - H. Clay “Hap” Kellogg IV This Week on The Wow Factor: Hap and Kathy's first experiences of being part of a Kellogg Garden Products Why Hap decided to give up being a professional rodeo cowboy and join the family business When the business started and how it continued to grow and expand. How Kathy and Hap use the business as a platform for ministry More about Kathy's TED Talk on how we can rebuild the earth, and her thoughts on the importance of improving our soil quality to improve our health How Kathy and Hap work together as third-generation co-owners, how they resolve disagreements and the one thing they do at the beginning of each business meeting to set the right tone How Hap and Kathy's relationship with God has been a big part of the Kellogg family business and family legacy The importance of humility in helping you start to see a perspective beyond yourself Why Hap and Kathy built their company culture around the idea of being generous with thoughts, words, money, time, and attention, and the way they share their influence H. Clay “Hap” Kellogg IV and Kathy Kellogg Johnson's Word of Wisdom: It's better to give than receive, no matter who you are, so look for those opportunities intentionally every day, then move forward and be watchful of who you're learning from and who you're teaching. Connect with H. Clay “Hap” Kellogg IV and Kathy Kellogg Johnson: Kellogg Garden Products Website Re:build Soil, Re:build the EARTH by Kathy Johnson for TEDxYouth@Austin Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
We "used to be" so many things. God has set us apart and united us in Christ! Check out this message by Pastor Dan Kellogg Sr.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Holger Zschäpitz über einen China-Schocker, saftige Zahlen bei Apple und einen Shootingstar, der es jetzt in den MDax schafft. Außerdem geht es um Western Alliance, PacWest Bancorp, Qualcomm, AMD, Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz, Coinbase, SMA Solar, Evotec, Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Procter & Gamble, Hershey, PepsiCo, Colgate-Palmolive, Mondelez, Monster, Kellogg, Xtrackers MSCI World Consumer Staples (WKN: A113FG), DWS Concept GS&P Food (WKN: 848665), Vanguard S&P 500 ETF acc. (WKN: A2PFN2). Wir freuen uns über Feedback an email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
U.S. exports grew 2.1% in March; Work productivity fell in Q1; Weekly initial unemployment claims rise to 242,000; Kellogg reports strong demand despite higher prices To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
This episode begins with an in-depth review of the 2024 U.S. News full-time MBA rankings, which were released last week after a delay. U.S. News has changed its ranking methodology which caused some shifts in their ranking, but Chicago / Booth did retain the top spot! Alex and Graham share thoughts on the rankings changes, and continue to assert the reality that a tiered ranking system is always better than an ordinal one. Graham noted that 5 of the top MBA programs now have a median GMAT score of 740, which is pretty crazy. Your hosts then speculate that this is a result of more admitted candidates taking the GRE. Graham highlighted four Real Humans Alumni stories, a Georgetown / McDonough grad at Citi, a Harvard grad at Bain, a NYU / Stern grad at Accenture and a Michigan / Ross grad at Bain. These are always great reads for anyone targeting those programs or companies. Graham also highlighted the upcoming virtual event series that Clear Admit is hosting in May, which begins on Wednesdaywith Harvard Business School, UPenn / Wharton, Berkeley / Haas, London Business School, and INSEAD. This series offers admissions overviews from each of the programs and vital insights into the application process. Event signup is here: https://bit.ly/cambaevent For candidate profiles this week, Alex and Graham tackled two ApplyWire entries and one DecisionWire entry: WireTaps candidate #1 is from Colombia and works in Real Estate and Construction. They have a 323 GRE score, and may plan to retake the test. They had originally targeted applying in the late rounds this season, but have now pushed their plans to the first rounds next season. Alex and Graham really like the profile, and hope that with a slightly higher GRE score, and early round applications, they will have very decent options. This week's second candidate is from a more non-traditional background, but with a focus on health care. They have had a difficult upbringing which has helped inform some of their decisions. They have a strong undergrad GPA, but still need to take the GMAT or GRE. Their work experience does look very decent, but Alex and Graham have questions about their goals, outside interests, personal background, and more. The final candidate for this week has been admitted to Dartmouth / Tuck with a decent scholarship, Ross (slightly less money), Northwestern / Kellogg (less, still) and Yale SOM (with no support). Alex and Graham argue that it's a toss up between Kellogg and Tuck... This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the fabulous Dennis Crowley in leafy West Philadelphia, USA. Thanks to all of you who've been joining us and please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen!
Hello Beautiful Friends-I'm taking a few days off to enjoy this beautiful Spring weather, so please enjoy this replay from May, 2022, episode #47 that includes a fascinating tour of the Kellogg's factory from 1916. With Love, LaurelTonight the angels bring forth a lovely chakra clearing for you as you drift off to sleep. Then Laurel peruses a marketing booklet written in 1916 about Kellogg's manufacturing process. It's boring enough to help you sleep and interesting enough to keep you company. The story begins at 16:13You can learn more about Laurel and the angels at illuminatingsouls.comReceive an inspirational message from Laurel + Illuminating Souls each day via email. Join our Daily Inspiration Blast for a sweet little morsel of goodness delivered to your mailbox Monday thru Friday. Find daily inspirational messages on the Illuminating Souls Facebook page
How much do founders know about Sales and Marketing? How much should they? Dave Kellogg is Executive in Residence at Balderton Capital. He also comes with 10 years of experience both as a CEO and a CMO. In other words, he has a lot to say about sales and marketing. Dave recently wrote “The Founder's Guide to B2B Sales”, and we invited him on the podcast to hear his thoughts on how founders should kickstart selling and what they can do to ensure a strong alignment between Marketing and Sales. In the first part of our chat, Dave tells us about the importance of understanding the basics of sales. > CMO vs. CEO: What's best? > What do founders need to know about selling? > How can a founder become a good “Chief Salesperson”? > The impact of technology in the sales landscape. Happy listening!
In this episode Tommy and I talk about winning the Kellogg's series in England, his world title, his retirement from racing, and what's life been like since he stopped racing. Brackens says his career didn't end the way he had hoped. He even believes he had a lot more in him to continue. He's thankful for the life long friends he's made from racing. He says being in the hall of fame is a blessing.
In this episode, we sat down with James Connolly to discuss the elaborate interweaving of religious and moral ideology with America's food policy. James shares several eye-widening stories of iconic historical figures such as William Kellogg, John D. Rockefeller, and Bill Gates, which will leave you both puzzled and perplexed. Tune in to hear an enthralling discussion of the foundation of several influential American institutions.*This episode contains explicit content Mentions: Century of the Self, Changing Education ParadigmsFind James Connolly:Instagram // @primatekitchenMost recent documentary // @deathinthegardenWebsite // https://www.deathinthegarden.org/Twitter // @jamescophoto Podcast // Sustainable Dish PodcastFind Homegrown:Instagram // @Homegrown_education, @Lizhaselmayer, @JoeyhaselmayerWebsite // homegrowneducation.orgNatural Home Goods // Haselmayer Goods — @Haselmayergoods
Breakfast Cereal: A Global History (Reaktion, 2023) by Dr. Kathryn Dolan presents the long, distinguished and surprising history of breakfast cereal. Simple, healthy and comforting, breakfast cereals are a perennially popular way to start the day around the world. They have a long, distinguished and surprising history – around 10,000 years ago, with the advent of agriculture, people began breaking their fast with porridges made from wheat, rice, corn and other grains. It was only in the second half of the nineteenth century, however, in the United States, that a series of entrepreneurs and food reformers created the breakfast cereals we recognize today: Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Cheerios and Quaker Oats, among others. In this global, entertaining and well-illustrated account, Dr. Dolan explores the history of breakfast cereals, including many historical and modern recipes that the reader can try at home. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
In this episode the Associate Global Director of Admissions & Financial Aid at INSEAD discusses the school's unique language requirement, the role of the GRE/GMAT in admissions, and what to include in the optional essay. [SHOW SUMMARY] Are you a citizen of the world? Is it your goal to be a leader in international business? Then you should consider the Business School for the World: INSEAD. An interview with INSEAD's Teresa Peiro, Associate Director of Global Admissions, Degree Programmes. [SHOW NOTES] Welcome to the 520th episode of Admission Straight Talk, Accepted podcast. Thanks for tuning in. Sometimes I am asked, "Is the MBA worth it?" And my answer is, "It depends on your individual circumstances." But I've got good news. We've developed a tool that will help you evaluate whether an MBA is worth it for you and your individual circumstances and by how much. Check how much you're likely to benefit - or not - from the MBA. And using it won't set you back even one cent. It's free. It gives me great pleasure to have for the first time on Admissions Straight Talk. Teresa Piero, Associate Director of Global Admissions and Financial Aid at INSEAD, the Business School for the World. Teresa worked in marketing for several years before joining INSEAD in 2011. She focused more on MBA programs initially, but in 2021 became the Associate Director of Global Admissions and oversees the entire admissions process for all INSEAD degree programs on all campuses including the EMBA, which is going to be our focus today. Teresa, welcome to Admissions Straight Talk. [1:52] Thank you very much, Linda, for having me here today. My pleasure. Now can you give us just a start, an overview of INSEAD's MBA program for those listeners who aren't that familiar with it? [1:57] Yes, of course. Linda, our MBA program is a 10-month program that brings together around 100 nationalities per cohort. You can either start in January or in the August intake. It's a very intense program. It's shorter, but our participants make the most out of it and we commonly hear all of our alumni saying that it was the best year of their lives. How do most students take advantage of that geographic diversity? If it was 10 months in Fontainebleau the whole time, that would already be intense. But if you have all these other options, how do they do it? [2:40] Indeed. So, our applicants have to make a decision of which will be their home campus. So what are the core courses? They will have to stay in their home campus. After that when the electives start, they can either change campuses, so if someone starts in Singapore, they can go to Fontainebleau and vice versa. And then we offer different partnerships, as you mentioned, with different schools in the US and China. So what happens is that they can go to that school while they're, say, in that school, they are full students from the welcoming school and they spend their period there and then they come back to INSEAD- So, where are the three campuses again? I know it's Fontainebleau, Singapore, and the third one- [3:31] There are three campuses. Fontainebleau, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi. And we opened pre COVID San Francisco hub. So it's not considered a full campus yet, is it? [3:43] No, it's a hub. Where are the partnerships? [3:49] The partnerships are with Kellogg and Wharton in the US and with SIPS in China. When you talk about your home campus, how much time are you required to spend there? What do most students do? Or is there a most? [3:56] So there's not statistically something consistent. They have to stay for the core courses. So for the first period they have to stay where they decided to apply to. Because we consider that part the most intense part of the program, because they have all of these classes and all these exams and it's like the core and they have to stay focused where they are. And then switch campuses.
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Woodland Park Zoo is selling animal poop and Kellogg's is coming out with a cool new cereal!
Scott Shepard is a fellow at the National Center as well as the director of the National Center's Free Enterprise Project, the conservative movement's only full-service shareholder activism and education program. FEP Going After IBM, Goldman Sachs and Kelloggs this week, with proposals on shareholder. The IBM and Goldman Sachs proposals that will be presented this week highlight the hypocrisy of companies engaging in ESG virtue signaling while simultaneously engaging in business activities in China.
Today we'll try…Froot Loops. They call them Mega Mix Ups, and since technically it is a new cereal, we eat them! Then on to Multi Grain Squares from Cascadian Farm (singular), and an exciting Mexican Cereal from Kellogg's sent in by our friend Ramiro.
In the conversation with Courtney, we talk about her journey into the world of investing, starting as a Kauffman Fellow - to becoming an LP and now running Recast Capital, a platform supporting and investing in emerging managers in venture. We also learn more about their recent fellowship - for emerging VC investors. We hear Courtney's perspective on how the changing market environment is impacting growth of the VC industry. Finally, we talk about some hard facts on gender biases in this ecosystem, their root causes and how can they be changed.
Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
This episode kicks off with some discussion of a few big news stories in the MBA Admissions world. This includes the news of the delay in the release of the U.S. News MBA rankings (and the speculations surrounding the cause of the delay); the acquisition of Poets and Quants by Times Higher Education (THE), and the decisions from McKinsey and Bain to delay the start dates of their new hires. Graham then highlighted three Real Humans Alumni pieces, including a London Business School graduate running Nona Women, a Duke / Fuqua graduate working at Microsoft, and a UNC / Kenan Flagler graduate working at J.P. Morgan. Graham also highlighted the upcoming event series that Clear Admit is hosting in May (each Wednesday), which will feature the majority of the leading MBA programs. The first event includes Harvard Business School, Berkeley / Haas, Wharton / Upenn, London Business School, and INSEAD. This series will offer application process overviews from each of the programs. We will then follow up with an essay workshop series in the months ahead. Event signup is here: https://bit.ly/cambaevent For our candidate reviews, we tapping into one ApplyWire entry and two DecisionWire entries: The first candidate looks to have a very strong profile, and is from Ghana. Alex and Graham are a little concerned about their weaker GRE score (315) which then led to a discussion on whether they might seek out a GRE waiver. Alex also stressed the need for this candidate to choose one short-term goal; currently they're debating between consulting and banking. This week's second candidate is considering offers from Yale and Ross, with scholarship support, and from Kellogg with no additional support. They want to work in Seattle as a consultant, post MBA. It's not a clear cut decision. The final candidate for this episode is debating between Haas and Kellogg for a product manager role in tech. They are an international student wanting to work in the U.S. for a period of time after their MBA. Haas would likely provide them better access to Silicon Valley, especially during their MBA, Kellogg would provide more geographic flexibility. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the fabulous Dennis Crowley in Philadelphia, USA. Thanks to all of you who've been joining us and please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen!
Behind the Kellogg's Brand with Gráinne O'Brien: Ep. 36 of Red Sky Fuel for Thought Podcast What You'll Learn in This Episode:· How an in-house brand team can get the best work from their agency partners· Insights on communicating effectively through splits, spins and other catalysts of change within a business· How to listen to the voice of the employee through employee resource groups In our annual predictions report, we said 2023 is the year in which Behind the Brand will become a staple theme in every content marketing strategy. We're certainly making it a theme of our own strategy because we've used episode 36 as an opportunity to roll out a new series called Behind the Brand. Rather than bring in several voices to weigh in on a topic (our normal format), we're pulling the curtain back on an iconic brand — Red Havas client Kellogg's — with a one-on-one interview with Gráinne O'Brien. She currently serves as senior director of corporate affairs for Kellogg Europe and in July will take on a new role as VP, corporate reputation and KNA Communications for Kellogg's. Kellogg's recently announced it will soon become two companies as a result of a company spin off. Kellanova will serve as its global snacking powerhouse, with a leading presence in international cereal and noodles, plant-based foods and North America frozen breakfast, while WK Kellogg Co, will become its North American food company. Nancy Anderson, our VP of social and content, kicks this episode off with a quick chat with Linda Descano, CFA® and EVP, who then embarks on a far-ranging one-on-one interview with Gráinne, starting with a recap of her career journey to date. Born in Northern Ireland, Gráinne tells how she grew up in Sligo. Her father was involved in the country's early civil rights movement with people like John Hume and Seamus Mallon, and her brother was a journalist, sparking her interest in current affairs and politics. She attended University of Ulster in Coleraine, where she studied media studies and history, before taking on post graduate work in journalism in the University College, Galway, under some of the finest journalist and writers in Ireland at the time. Post-college she got her first job with a local radio station and worked for three years covering everything from court cases to local council meetings to agricultural shows. She then migrated out of journalism into PR, when she became a press officer for the young farmers' lobby in Ireland. From there, she made her way into the agency world, working primarily for food and agri clients. In 2015, Gráinne joined Kellogg's Europe in Dublin to set up a regional comms function, before going on to head up its corporate affairs in 2019. As Gráinne tells it, “When I initially joined Kellogg's, I joined to lead the external comms work that we were doing across Europe. That was really about trying to identify the right stories to tell around our brands, across various different markets, and it was about trying to build a team that could do that. At the time, we were quite siloed, and we had various different reporting lines. That was one of the things I tried to fix first — that we were one team reporting into the function together so that we didn't have mixed priorities. Then I sort of created a vision for the team, which was having a best-in-class, agency-style in-house team. That rally cry unified us all.” Linda then asks Gráinne what in-house teams can do to get the best work out of their agency partners. As Gráinne sees it, “PR for the sake of doing PR is very old school thinking. It's so hard to cut through now, [so] you really want to work with agencies, partners, who help you be authentic and help you create the content and stories that will connect your brand or your company to consumers.” When working with these external partners, in-house teams have to be really clear about what they want to achieve, says Gráinne. And they need to understand whether or not they have a track record in certain spaces that qualifies them to tell those stories. She cites two examples from Kellogg's, about how it earned the right to speak on matters of food poverty and men's mental health. “We've invested a lot in measurement in my time in the role,” says Gráinne. “That's really helped inform the types of stories we tell and how we tell them. And it's had an impact across leadership because the more you can demonstrate your improved reach or your improved impact, the more you can argue for funds to execute, and the business takes notice.” When Linda brings up the three P's — the pandemic, polarizing politics and protest around social inequity — the two get to talking about brand purpose and how Kellogg's determines what to focus on and when to act. “Our brands are world famous,” says Gráinne. “They have long histories, and whoever is a particular brand manager at a given time is only a custodian of the brand. So, we did put a process in place. We ask ourselves a set of questions, whether we think a partnership will be deemed low risk or high risk. And if the proposal or the idea is deemed high risk, we go through a process to challenge ourselves around, ‘Do we have a track record in this space? And does it make sense for the brand? Would it make sense to consumers?' We want to avoid accusations such as greenwashing. So we have quite often referred to partners or taken external advice, or indeed [we] talk to our own employee resource groups around their thoughts. So that's the process we've put in place, and it's worked very effectively.” The two wind the episode down with talk of Kellogg's historic split into two businesses — a time Gráinne calls “phenomenally exciting,” explaining how they ushered employees through the changes. “There has been a regular cadence of comms, have been town halls, have been surveys,” she says. “And the company has been very open and honest throughout the process. Even when we didn't have a lot of news, we engaged. And I think that has brought people through the change. I think people are optimistic for the future, and I think it's been a masterclass in how to do it.” Linda closes by asking Gráinne a few rapid-fire questions, including what her superpower is, to which she replies, “I don't think I have a superpower to be honest. What I would say is, I'm always authentic. I think it's great to work with people you like and to be kind. Even if it's a demanding, high-paced environment, I try to be authentic. I try and meet people where they are and understand what's going on in their personal lives, and at the same time deliver for the business.” Give “Red Sky Fuel for Thought” a listen, and subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcasting app. Don't forget to rate and review to help more people find us!Also mentioned on this episode:· Kellogg's support for school breakfast clubs· Kellogg's Reaches Gender Parity Target, Three Years Ahead of 2025 Goal· Kellogg's food hunger research · Follow Red Havas for a daily dose of comms news:· Twitter· Facebook· Instagram· LinkedIn Subscribe:Don't forget to subscribe to the show using your favorite podcasting app.· iTunes· Spotify What did you love? 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The Marvel Cinematic Universe may have its first F Bomb, Joaquin Phoenix says don't take mushrooms before watching his new movie, the Super Mario Bros movie has taken over the box office, a list of the most overrated films of all time, the Oakland Airport is still opening an A's restaurant, a guy in Nebraska claimed a 10 dollar lottery ticket and asked for a big check, people are talking about the things we no longer have patience for, Kellogg's is collaborating with Icee, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Meet Williamstown, New York, native Bull Rider Hank "The Yank" Kellogg, Marine Corps. Veteran. He shares his status of being an "Amateur" Bull Rider and what it takes to stay in the game. Amateur rider or not, his accomplishments in the dirt speak for themselves 1x PAFRA (Professional World Finals Rodeo) Top 5 Bull Rider, 2x PAFRA World Finals Top 10 Bull Rider, 1x MRCA (Military Rodeo Cowboy Association) World Finals Qualifier. He is sitting 7th overall in the WPBRO Circuit (World Professional Bull Riding Organization). Instagram:@official_hank_the_yank_https://instagram.com/official_hank_the_yank_?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/hanktheyank93/?wtsid=rdr_0o4btplvGYep7mT9gThank you to our Sponsors: Revolution Coffee Company Veteran Owned and OperatedShoutout to :Hank Kellogg and the Kellogg Family"Mom" Jace AngusResilient BrandsPearl Snap PimpDank Vodka
Tim Kellogg is a former rodeo competitor and wrangler turned chocolatier, living in the beautiful community of Meeteetse, Wyoming.In this episode, Tim shares the journey from growing up in his grandmother's kitchen to handcrafting gourmet chocolate at his business, Meeteetse Chocolatier. Originally created as a side hustle to earn money for a new saddle, Tim now makes high-quality chocolates without additives, preservatives, or stabilizers as a full-time business.Tim talks about sourcing beans directly from Belize, where he visits farms and meets the families, ensuring they receive a fair share of the profits. This direct support of farmers not only provides them with a better income but also guarantees that the chocolates produced at Meeteetse Chocolatier are of the highest quality. Stephan and Tim then discuss the terroir of cacao, and its similarity to wine and how it affects the taste of the chocolate and why he chooses not to blend beans from different countries. The world of single-origin chocolate may be lesser-known, but thanks to dedicated individuals like Tim, more people can experience the unique and complex flavors that each variety of cacao has to offer. Find out more about Tim and Meeteetse Chocolatier at MeeteetseChocolatier.comThis week's episode is supported in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling, reminding residents and commercial businesses of Teton County's food waste programs; the next frontier material in the quest to achieve the County's goal to reduce, aiming for zero waste. More at TetonCountyWY.gov or at @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram.Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Marketplace. The Deli at Jackson Hole Marketplace offers ready-made soups, sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and hot lunch specials. More at JHMarketplace.comWant to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri (michaelmoeri.com)
Carrie Sweeney knows how to build relationships. Her belief that showing up and treating clients the way she would her friends has led to success in her career. After graduating from Notre Dame, she started her career working for a large digital agency, building well-known brands like Crayola, Kellogg's, and Hallmark. After furthering her education at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, she moved on to Bain & Company and then Google's advertising organization. Her exit from Google led her to Pinterest where she is today helping to build the sales and monetization teams. Carrie is a team-focused and client-based leader who believes in showing up when it would be easier to quit. She feels that knowing when and how and where to pivot when making decisions is critical. Carrie is told she brings “big sister energy” to work, which she loves. It comes honestly as she did learn about how to lead and work with people through the relationship with her own sisters. As a leader, she helps her employees look for anything that went wrong in a situation and take responsibility for what they can control. She naturally loves people and believes that being there consistently for others over time helps them trust you. Carrie is clearly busy with all of her responsibilities, and when it comes to how she gets through her day, she shares with us how she does the little things first. She wants to make sure she has the quick tasks off her list by 9AM. Join us as we learn this and a lot more from this wise and successful leader in the retail industry. Visit https://www.gobeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Carrie. Highlights: [02:19] Carrie describes her background [03:06] Creating resilience [07:45] Forming your personal board of directors [12:09] Connecting dollars and people [14:12] A day in Carrie's life [19:59] Staying organized [21:50] Identifying key relationships [25:04] How Carrie's personal life affects her work [27:03] Lightning round questions Quotes: “The way you treat your friends is how you should treat your clients.” – Carrie Sweeney “Find joy, and think creatively about where to find it.” – Carrie Sweeney “In tech, you have to know what's going on in the details to see the right themes and strategies.” – Carrie Sweeney Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you? - “To the Lighthouse” by Virginia Woolf What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying? - “Look for happiness under your own roof.” – Gretchen Rubin What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself? - Compassionate (and high energy) What is one change you've implanted that made your life better? - The post-it note hack shared earlier What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage? - “About Damn Time” by Lizzo About Carrie Sweeney: Carrie currently leads the Pinterest teams responsible for client partnerships with the largest retailers in the US. Together, they unlock the value of shared technology and media, including partnerships in the rapidly evolving retail media landscape. She also partners closely with Fortune 100 retailers, as well as Pinterest's product and technical teams, to inform Pinterest's roadmap in the evolving commerce space. Carrie graduated from Notre Dame in 2003 with a liberal arts degree and worked at a large digital agency, Starcom Worldwide, for 6 years, building brands like Crayola, Hallmark, Morgan Stanley, Kellogg's and Blackberry/Research in Motion. She attended business school full time at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business from 2009-2011. Following Booth, she joined Bain & Company as a strategy consultant in the Chicago office, and then joined Google's advertising organization. She left Google to help build the Pinterest sales and monetization teams in 2016. In her spare time, she is a member of A Better Chicago's Impact Council, an avid reader, and a mediocre tennis player who is just getting back into the swing of it. Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carrie-sweeney-4309b413/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/carriesweeney/
Breakfast Cereal: A Global History (Reaktion, 2023) by Dr. Kathryn Dolan presents the long, distinguished and surprising history of breakfast cereal. Simple, healthy and comforting, breakfast cereals are a perennially popular way to start the day around the world. They have a long, distinguished and surprising history – around 10,000 years ago, with the advent of agriculture, people began breaking their fast with porridges made from wheat, rice, corn and other grains. It was only in the second half of the nineteenth century, however, in the United States, that a series of entrepreneurs and food reformers created the breakfast cereals we recognize today: Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Cheerios and Quaker Oats, among others. In this global, entertaining and well-illustrated account, Dr. Dolan explores the history of breakfast cereals, including many historical and modern recipes that the reader can try at home. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. 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
The Final Fourcast - WVU Basketball & Everything Else
A great new interview is here with the brand new WVU women's basketball head coach Mark Kellogg! John and Ash chat with the new coach about his style, what he hopes to bring WVU, and we answer your questions! Use code BX4FINAL4 to save 25% off your order at bookexchangewv.com, or shop safely in-store in Morgantown at their Evansdale or Downtown locations! Advertise with us! Call us at 304-807-9098 or email us at email@example.com! Let us know you're listening! TWITTER: @FinalFourcast FACEBOOK: The Final Fourcast INSTAGRAM: @FinalFourcast The Final Fourcast is a podcast hosted by WVU basketball alums Kevin Jones and John Flowers, and their friend Ashley! Fans of West Virginia University won't want to miss this weekly podcast.
Beam down to the OASIS as we celebrate Jovial Jay's birthday by looking back at Star Trek through the years. Your mission is to Enjoy Stuff! Make it so! It's a party! Jovial Jay celebrates his birthday by looking back at a sci-fi franchise almost 60 years in the making. Star Trek has given us so many movies and TV shows to enjoy over the years, and even been a source for positive social change. Set phasers to fun and Enjoy Stuff! News Kellogg's picks a less mainstream superhero that may just appeal to kids Star Wars Celebration Europe 2023 is in the books. We talk about the news that came out of England and what we are looking forward to The Wienermobile can now be the location for snacks AND nuptials After the good buzz about TRON: Identity, Disney says more TRON games are coming Check out our TeePublic store for some enjoyable swag and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Shua had tons of fun at the Super Mario Bros movie. It had countless nods to the games over the years. The story and performances were very entertaining. It felt like a video game in itself. Jay finally headed to Middle Earth for Amazon Prime's interpretation of JRR Tolkien in the Rings of Power series. He felt that it is a rich story with an epic setting. Enjoy Birthdays! Birthdays are fun when you are being entertained by something you Enjoy. And this year, Enjoy Stuff is digging into the Star Trek universe. Since 1966 the characters and stories of the franchise have given us so much to hope for in the future. But it has always been more than just “that sci-fi show”. It has also been an inspiration for social change about important topics. Today we can revisit all the past Treks, but also anticipate all the current and upcoming projects which continue to excite us. Set engines to warp factor 9 and come along with us. Are you a fan of Star Trek? What series or characters mean the most to you? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Beam me up!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
In this episode, we'll finally investigate the new wave of powdered milk on-the-go cereal cups from Kellogg's and Post. Andrew couldn't be here today, so Scotty's picky daughter Cooper sits in. Take her ratings with a grain of salt, as she barely lets the Cocoa Pebbles, Froot Loops or Frosted Flakes touch her tounge!
This is the eighty-seventh episode of The Empty Bowl, in which Kellogg's attempts a miracle, Cheerios triumph (as usual), and we explore brave new refrigerated frontiers for hypothetical cereals.
Faylene Grant's death could have been many things. It could have been an accident. It could have been a suicide. It could have been cold-blooded murder. It could have been the result of emotional manipulation at the hands of her husband, Doug Grant. It was difficult to say for certain what led to the drowning death of 35-year-old Faylene Grant. But when her husband remarried just three weeks after Faylene died, it raised some eyebrows. Then Kristin tells us a truly vomitrocious story. At its peak, the Peanut Corporation of America produced peanuts, peanut butter and peanut powder for major food conglomerates like Sara Lee, Kelloggs and General Mills. They supplied peanut butter to hospitals, nursing homes and schools. Over the years, their profits soared. But their factories were unsanitary. Their workers were badly paid. Worst of all, the people in charge didn't care about whether the food that they sent all over the country was safe to consume. And now for a note about our process. For each episode, Kristin reads a bunch of articles, then spits them back out in her very limited vocabulary. Brandi copies and pastes from the best sources on the web. And sometimes Wikipedia. (No shade, Wikipedia. We love you.) We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the real experts who covered these cases. In this episode, Kristin pulled from: The episode of American Greed, “From Peanuts to Sick Millions” “The rise and fall of a peanut empire,” by Lyndsey Layton and Nick Miroff for NBC News “PCA prison terms put industry on notice about accountability,” by Kathy Holliman for foodqualityandsafety.com “Praise for an unlikely whistleblower,” by Darin Detwiler for Food Safety News “Michael Parnell's attorney paints him as the ‘little guy' in the PCA case,” by Dan Flynn for Food Safety News “Unprecedented verdict: Peanut executive guilty in deadly salmonella outbreak,” by Moni Basu for CNN “Former peanut executive sentenced to 28 years in prison,” by Brady Dennis for the Washington Post In this episode, Brandi pulled from: “A Divine Death” episode A Wedding and a Murder “Fatal Visions” episode Dateline “Mormon Widower Doug Grant Wasn't Counting on a Murder Rap When He Followed His Late Wife's Instruction to Marry His Ex-Lover” by Paul Rubin, Phoenix New Times “Doug Grant Gets Five Years After Slain Wife's Sister Pressed for His Conviction Based on a Dream” by Paul Rubin, Phoenix New Times “Grant v. Grant” casetext.com “Woman sues over mom's 2001 drowning” by Gary Grado, East Valley Tribune YOU'RE STILL READING? My, my, my, you skeezy scunch! You must be hungry for more! We'd offer you some sausage brunch, but that gets messy. So how about you head over to our Patreon instead? (patreon.com/lgtcpodcast). At the $5 level, you'll get 45+ full length bonus episodes, plus access to our 90's style chat room!
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Belinda Fettke is a public speaker and researcher investigating the vested interests and religious ideology shaping the commonplace ‘plant-biased' dietary and health guidelines. She has presented nationally and internationally on the findings of her research. In this episode, Dr. Brian and Belinda talk about challenging the standard nutrition narrative, the nutritional deficiencies of a meatless diet, the role that the Seventh Day Adventist church has played in demonizing red meat, the relationship between the American Dietetics Association and Kellogg's, doing what is right and having integrity in the face of personal financial risk, the dietary similarities of the blue zone populations, the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle, and the need for raising awareness among consumers about real nutrition. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Belinda Fettke: No Fructose I Support Gary Facebook Instagram Twitter Dr. Tro Kalayjian: Website Twitter Instagram Dr. Brian Lenzkes: Website Twitter Doctor Tro App Join a growing community of individuals who are improving their metabolic health; together. Get started at your own pace with a self-guided curriculum developed by Dr. Tro and his care team, community chat, weekly meetings, courses, challenges, message boards and more. Apple Google Learn more