Siegfried Pyka from Sinzig (Rhineland-Palatinate) emigrated to Australia with his family in 1987. After eight years in hot and dry WA, he found his home in green Tasmania. With a lot of diligence and humor, he has set up a salmon farm near Launceston and smokes according to a secret family recipe. - Siegfried Pyka aus Sinzig (Rheinland-Pfalz) wanderte 1987 mit seiner Familie nach Australien aus. Nach acht Jahren im heißen und trockenen WA, fand er im grünen Tasmanien sein Zuhause. In der Nähe von Launceston hat er sich mit viel Fleiß und Humor eine Lachsfarm aufgebaut und räuchert nach einem geheimen Familienrezept.
Hello and welcome to Unstress Summer Series. Our guest today is Belinda Fettke. Belinda is the wife of Gary Fettke, an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Tasmania, who has come under scrutiny for his research into the influence of Seventh-day Adventism and Cereal companies' impact on creating dietary guidelines. In our conversation, Belinda and I discuss the origin of public health messages, and the rise of veganism in the west from a sustainability discourse and take a broader lens to explore the origins of health food branding in the 21st century. For more on Belinda Fettke's work, go to her website: https://www.nofructose.com/gary-fettke/ Show notes are available at ARCHIVE | Belinda Fettke: Veganism, Public Health Messages and the Influence of Sanitarium ---- Join the Unstress Health Community & Transform Your Life! https://bit.ly/3SRq0gg Connect with Dr Ron at Unstress Health Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unstresshealth/ Facebook: https://fb.me/unstresshealth Email: email@example.com DISCLAIMER: This podcast provides general information and discussion about medicine, health and related subjects. This content is not intended and should not be construed as medical advice or as a substitute for care by a qualified medical practitioner. If you or any other person has a medical concern, he or she should consult with an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. Guests who speak in this podcast express their own opinions, experiences and conclusions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I'm chatting with Dr. Tim Jarvis, director of Fullers Bookshop, about taking over the 103-year-old bookshop, local authors, what to see around Hobart, and books!Fullers Bookshop was established in 1920, by W. E. (Bill) Fuller, in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. In 1961 the shop was taken over by Cedric and Ian Pearce, famous not only as booksellers but also as jazz musicians. In 1980, when Cedric became ill, the shop was purchased by Ian Drinkwater. Ian moved Fullers to Murray St in 1981.Clive Tilsley bought Fullers in 1982 and 1992 and moved the bookshop back to Collins Street. In 1996 the Afterword Café was established on the mezzanine level of the shop – this moved Fullers onto another level of business. In 2001, Fullers opened a second shop in Launceston in the north of the state, where Clive spent 13 years establishing the brand in a very competitive book-buying market.In 2009 the Hobart shop moved again – up the road to a bright new space (with a fabulous view of the mountain). In 2014, Fullers sold its Launceston shop, and at the same time, Clive moved back to Hobart.In the 30 years under Clive's guidance, Fullers has confirmed its status as a leading bookseller in Tasmania and a fundamental component of the cultural landscape of the state. In 2021 Tim Jarvis took over ownership, steering the bookshop through the pandemic, and continuing the tradition of Fullers Bookshop being a hub of the community, offering a wide range of author events, readings, books clubs, and publishing. Fullers BookshopFullers Bookshop Book ClubRichard FlanaganJames DryburghPrue BattenBob Brown FoundationPete HayLucinda Wine BarDier Makr RestaurantThe Little Lotus Vegan and Vegetarian RestaurantMONASunbear CoffeeThe Internet Is Not What You Think It Is, Justin E. H. SmithAuto-Da-Fé, Elias Canetti Support the showThe Bookshop PodcastMandy Jackson-BeverlySocial Media Links
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This week's guest on Out of the Question is writer, comedian, and musician, Andrew Hansen. He's the member of The Chaser who sings and sometimes gets into trouble for the lyrics he sings. I think he's hilarious in the style of a shorter Cleese or a stronger jawed Tim Brooke-Taylor – while, at the same time, being completely his own thing. He's also been a radio presenter on the ABC, Triple M and Nova. And he's toured his live stage shows around the country many times. In fact, you can catch his new show Andrew Hansen Is Cheap in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra and Launceston in the next few months. Just type in bio.to/andrewhansen and all will be revealed. Alright. We had a good chat. He's a decent man, Andrew Hansen. Before the interview proper, I told him how great I thought his Billy Connolly impersonation was and we started talking about impersonation comedy in general. A serious moment when Andrew talks about what it's like to be sued over a joke. Get full access to The Kicker at thekicker.substack.com/subscribe
Embroidery artist Merrilyn Heazlewood shares her life in fabric & thread on Stitchery Stories embroidery podcast today! She takes us on a journey through her interesting and busy lifelong creative business career based around counted canvas work hand embroidery. And for those of you in the USA, you will know canvaswork as needlepoint. Anyway, over the years, Merrilyn has owned several needlework shops, has written several books on wool embroidery, counted canvaswork techniques and also on silk ribbon embroidery. And she has also taught internationally for many years, in-person and now creating projects for online learning. We catch up with Merrilyn as she looks forward to her summer holiday break, with several projects in mind to let her creativity flow. Susan Weeks chats with Merrilyn about: why she opened a needlwork craft shop at age 23 how she translates an idea into canvaswork and ribbon embroidery stitches playing with goldwork inspired by an ancient Aboriginal Rock art Echidna how do you learn crafts when your Mum is left-handed and you are right-handed? getting 'hooked' into counted cross-stitch embroidery combining silk ribbon embroidery with counted canvaswork / needlepoint a focus on inspiring customers self publishing several books...back inthe day when it was really difficult! selecting style, threads and accessories for 'longevity' of stitching meeting inspiring people around the world in so many locations designing the creative business you love and which protects your precious health. how NOT to thread your needle.... and so much more! For this episode... View Show Notes, Links & Examples of Merrilyn's work at https://stitcherystories.com/merrilynheazlewood Visit: https://merrilynheazlewood.com.au Look: https://www.instagram.com/merrilynsstitches/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/MerrilynBHeazlewood Other places & people we mentioned: In Tasmania: Tarraleah, Hobart, Launceston, Battery Point, Mount Wellington, Iron Pot (a small flat island in the mouth of the Derwent River, Tasmania) The Kimberley region in north-west Australia Aboriginal rock art Echidna Gumnut Yarns http://www.gumnutyarns.com/ Lowery Workstands https://www.workstands.com/ Other episodes you will enjoy Sarah Rakestraw: Glorious Goldwork Embroidery https://stitcherystories.com/sarahrakestraw/ Tina Francis: Tapestry, Needlepoint, Canvaswork https://stitcherystories.com/tinafrancis/ Ilke Cochrane: Delightful Hardanger Embroidery https://stitcherystories.com/ilkecochrane/
Published 1 January 2023We kick off the New Year with a roundup of the Sydney to Hobart, (and the Melbourne to Hobart, and the Launceston to Hobart - why is everyone going to Hobart)??? We also chat to Chris Connelly, skipper of Gun Runner and find out the max speed for the naming of the Gun Runner drink.It's a nice Ep, enjoy!!#barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail #officialrolexsydneyhobart
Lay Preacher Sandra Owens from St. John's Anglican Church has the task of bringing us the 4th & final in this series of Advent messages entitled 'Expressing the Unthinkable'. Bible reading is from Luke 1:39-56. St. John's Anglican Church is located at 157 St. John Street in Launceston & you can contact them on 6331 4896 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday services are: 8:00am Communion, 10:00am Family Service & 5:00pm Contemporary Service.
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Welcome to the last WeedSmart Podcast of 2022. On this episode, we catch-up with an expert from each cropping region in the eastern states to get insights on dealing with a wet harvest. We hear from Agronomist Peter McKenzie from the Northern Region and our High Rainfall Zone Agronomist Jana Dixon who is based in Clare, South Australia, and Greg Condon, who is our Southern Extension Agronomist based in Junee, NSW. Wet conditions have resulted in difficult and delayed harvests for many regions. The additional moisture also means more summer weeds. The agronomists provide regional tips on how to best tackle this looming problem. WeedSmart Week DalbyWeedSmart Week brings together a wealth of knowledge and experience from local and interstate growers, agronomists, and technology experts – putting the spotlight on herbicide resistance and weed control.Join us at WeedSmart Week Dalby from the 7th to the 8th of February 2023. WeedSmart Week is designed to engage growers and advisors on the WeedSmart Big 6 messages.Get your tickets and check out the program here. ArticlesOur content producer, Cindy Benjamin, has been very busy this month. There's a stack of new articles on the WeedSmart website for you to check out. Some highlights include an article which talks about how caution is required when retaining rain-affected seed. Dr Greg Rebetzke from CSIRO provides valuable information on this. Take a read here. We also have comprehensive article looking at how the WeedSmart Big 6 can be implemented for Mallee farms in NSW, Victoria and South Australia. Our Southern Extension Agronomists Chris Davey and Greg Condon provide insights into this. You can read it here. We've also got a brand-new farmer Case Study with Michael Nichols from Sisters Creek in Tasmania. The Nichols family has a passion for soil health and biodiversity. Their Redbank Farming operation at Sisters Creek, northwest of Launceston, is an intense and multifaceted business.Michael and his wife Rochelle lease the 385-ha farm from the family trust. The 170 ha of arable land is divided into six 27 ha blocks, on uniform red basalt clay to loam soil and can be irrigated in six days.Grain production from wheat, barley and canola provides an effective break from intense horticultural cropping. Their six-year crop rotation centres on potatoes for French fries, onions, and poppies in rotation with a wide variety of cereal and horticultural crops. Thank youThank you for listening in 2022 for our 7th season of the WeedSmart podcast. We're looking forward Season 8 in 2023! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from podcast hosts, Jessica Strauss and Peter Newman, and the whole WeedSmart Team!Learn more about WeedSmart by checking out our website. Don't forget you can follow us on Twitter too.
The third in the Advent series, brought to us by Rev James Hornby from St Johns Anglican Church is titled 'A Glorious Scandal'. Bible reading is from Matthew 1:18-22. St Johns can be located at 157 St John Street, Launceston & you can contact them on 6331 4896 or email email@example.com Sunday services are: 8:00am - Communion, 10:00am - Family Service, & 5:00pm - Contemporary service.
Chris Davis is General Manager at The Van Diemen Project, a Launceston-based organisation that helps people, businesses and communities to start, scale and sustain businesses, through training, events, education, mentoring and business advice. In today's episode, TICT's Luke Martin steps into the client's chair with three different stages of tourism business. To start, Chris and Luke unpack the critical planning and strategy steps that must accompany that great tourism product you've got brewing in your mind, to make sure your brilliant concept is actually going to make you money. Next, they look at the most important considerations for any operating business in these still uncertain - but very opportune - times for Tasmania's recovering tourism industry, including managing cashflow and working capital for reinvestment. The bad news? You really do need to make sure your books are in order. And, finally, Chris steps through the sale or succession process. Whether you're planning on moving on soon or much later, there's plenty you can and should be doing right now to set yourself up for a positive future. Today's episode is brought to you by our partner, McDermott's Coaches. McDermott's Coaches are Tasmania's largest coach tour and specialist transport service provider, supplying tours, transfers and coach charters for large and small groups around Tasmanian and interstate. They offer the local knowledge and experience of the McDermott family along with over 50 staff, all of whom are committed to delivering great service. Thanks to McDermott's Coaches for their generous support of TICT and for helping to make this episode of Talking Tourism possible.
We hear so much about product in fashion; about the clothes, and the brands. Thankfully, we're now starting to hear more about the makers, garment workers and skilled artisans behind the manufacturing scenes. But we still hear very little from the people and processes behind the raw materials.This week, we're looking at wool, with a lovely interview with Tasmanian woolgrower Simon Cameron, who Clare met seven years ago while writing Wardrobe Crisis. Simon manages Kingston in the northern Midlands of Tasmania, near(ish) to Launceston. His father farmed it before him. In fact, the property has been it in the family for four generations. Now, as then, Simon shares the joint with wombats, wallabies, bettongs even Tassie devils, and mob of superfine Merino sheep. But the little things are just as important - the native grasses and wild flowers, which, here, are largely intact in some of the state's last remaining pristine grasslands as they were pre-colonial invasion.What are the challenges of managing the land in this way? What's life really like on the land? How is Kingston's clip produced and makes it so special? And what's the story behind MJ Bale's quest to make carbon neutral wool?Love the show? We are proudly independent, and rely on our listeners to help us stick around. Can you share the episode on social media, or write us a glowing review in Apple podcasts?Find Clare on Instagram & Twitter. More on www.thewardrobecrisis.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rev Mark Barry from St John's Anglican Church presents the second in his ADVENT series titled 'Conceiving the Unbelievable'. The Bible reading is from Luke 1:26-35. St John's Anglican Church is located at 157 St John Street in Launceston & you can contact them on 6331 4896 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Services are held each Sunday at 8:00am - Communion, 10:00am - Family Service & 5:00pm - Contemporary Service.
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Rev. James McKee from St. John's Anglican Church has named this sermon 'Announcing the Improbable' & uses the Bible reading of Luke 1:1-25. St John's Anglican Church is located at 157 St John Street, Launceston & you can make contact with them on 6331 4896 or at email@example.com Services are held at 8:00am Communion, 10:00am Family Service, & 5:00pm Contemporary Service each Sunday.
Các tác phẩm điêu khắc trên đá cổ xưa của tổ tiên thổ dân Tasmania, bắt đầu hành trình trở về vùng cực Tây Bắc của tiểu bang. Các bức tranh khắc trên đá đã được cắt ra, từ khu vực hiện đang được bảo vệ của Preminghana hơn 60 năm trước và được trưng bày tại các bảo tàng ở Hobart và Launceston.
Ancient rock carvings by Tasmanian Aboriginal ancestors have begun their journey home to the state's far north-west. The petroglyphs were cut from the now-protected area of Preminghana over 60 years ago, and displayed at museums in Hobart and Launceston.
Una familia colombiana en Launceston, Tasmania, podría ser deportada la próxima semana después de que el Tribunal Administrativo de Apelaciones rechazara la solicitud de residencia permanente de la familia el mes pasado. La familia ha recibido el apoyo de la comunidad de Launceston y la ayuda de varios políticos que están presionando al gobierno para que revierta la decisión. SBS Spanish conversó con el padre de la familia, Cesar Peñuela.
Too Peas In A Podcast goes to the Special Olympics National Games 2022! In this week's special episode, Mandy reports from Launceston, Tasmania, at the week-long national sporting competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities. With 750 athletes from all over Australia competing across 10 different sports, 600 volunteers and staff plus family, friends, support workers, partners, ambassadors and supporters, the Games were a joyful, inclusive and impeccably organised experience allowing every athlete to shine. Along with supporting her daughter Molly who participated in the athletics for Team VIC, Mandy spent hours talking to amazing athletes, parents, team supporters, the game changer volunteers, Special Olympics staff, support workers, sponsors and more. Shout out to honorary Too Peas host and Team Vic athlete Harry for grabbing the mic and conducting some brilliant interviews himself – listen and enjoy! Stay tuned for Part 2 coming up next week. · For more information about the Special Olympics, visit their website· Recap our Too Peas episode with Anna from Special Olympics· Check out the National Games website Thank you for supporting Too Peas In A Podcast! Don't forget to rate and review Contact us here:Website: www.toopeasinapodcast.com.auEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Revd Jason Summers, Chaplain at the Launceston General Hospital Chapel, brings us the first installment of a 4-part series called Be Still My Soul. This episode is titled 'Finding Comfort in the Shadow of Death'. Bible reading is from Philippians 1:18-26. The Sunday service at the LGH Chapel in Charles Street, Launceston is held at 3:00pm with both patients & public invited to attend and is streamed to the bedsides of patients unable to go.
This week, we speak to Sam Reid, co-founder of Willie Smith's Cider Makers and new Launceston brewery Du Cane Brewing Co. During the chat, we speak about the launch of Du Cane, which opened last month, and where Reid sees the market for both craft beer and craft cider. Our partners Yakima Chief Hops – 100% grower-owned hop supplier with a mission to connect brewers worldwide with the family farms that grow their hops. If you like what we do at Radio Brews News you can help us out by: Sponsoring the show Reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcasting service Emailing us at email@example.com to share your thoughts
Archdeacon Dane Courtney speaks about 'Being Rightly Armed for the Job'. Bible reading is from Ephesians 6:10-20. Holy Trinity Anglican Church is located at 34 Cameron Street, Launceston & you can contact them on 6331 4460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Sunday services are held at 8:30 & 10:30am each Sunday, with a 5:30pm service on the first Sunday of the month.
Joining me in today's podcast is folksinger Jim Causley as we discuss the life of poet Charles Causley and the area of Launceston in Cornwall. We discuss the role of the Causley Trust and an exciting upcoming Halloween event that it is being hosted featuring a ghost walk, tales of witchcraft and folklore, ghostly music and poems! The Halloween evening will feature folksinger Jim Causley, Paranormal Investigator Karin Beasant and the Jamaica Inn Paranormal team, Simon Costin from Dockacre House and the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Boscastle, and Folklore expert Mark Norman. To find out more make sure to listen to the podcast.... If you wish to support the Haunted History Chronicles Podcast then please click on the Patreon link. https://www.patreon.com/Haunted_History_Chronicles If you want to get your hands on The Feminine Macabre Volume I, II, III or IV then make sure to take a look at https://spookeats.com/femininemacabre/ or via Amazon. You can explore my chapter titled, 'In Search of the Medieval' in Volume III. Please use the links below or on the website to keep in touch via our social media pages : to ask questions and review other content linked to this episode. Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HauntedHistoryChronicles/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/hauntedhistory4 Instagram: instagram.com/haunted_history_chronicles Website: https://www.podpage.com/haunted-history-chronicles/ https://sarahcsmells.scentsy.us Guest Information https://causleytrust.org/ http://www.jimcausley.co.uk/ https://www.twitter.com/@jimcausley https://www.instagram.com/jim.causley https://www.facebook.com/jimcausley Ticket purchase https://thelittleboxoffice.com/causleytrust/ Thank you for listening --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hauntedchronicles/message
Craig is an artist and scientific illustrator from Tasmania. After a career with positions ranging from feeding Tasmanian devils in a wildlife park, illustrating spider anatomy, and identifying fossil specimens of Australian megafauna, Craig has found his niche painting birds on vintage book pages.Listen to hear more about:What nature looks like where Craig lives in Launceston, Tasmania. The many and varied jobs that Craig has had during his career.Encounters with Tasmanian wildlife.How Craig started working in the field of scientific illustration, and specifically, using a microscope to document the minute details of spider anatomy.Art as solace during difficult times.Building community online.Fining a niche.Painting birds on vintage book pages.Why bird art resonates with so many people.To learn more about Craig, and to see his detailed bird art on vintage book pages, visit https://www.cswilliamsart.com. You can also find his work on Instagram @cswilliamsart. Have you ever painted on book pages or another unique surface? Leave a comment on the Journaling With Nature Podcast page.-----------------Sign-up for Journaling With Nature's Newsletter to receive news and updates each month. You can support Journaling With Nature Podcast on Patreon, Your contribution is deeply appreciated.Thanks for listening!
Bus Stop Films is coming to Launceston, delivering a 40 week program at TasTAFE, offering young adults living with disabilities opportunities in the film industry. They are holding some Taster Worskshops in October and November, for more information CLICK HERE.
Ficha técnica Hosts: Leticia Dáquer e Thiago Corrêa Edição: Leticia Dáquer Capa: Leticia Dáquer Data da gravação: 23/09/2022 Data da publicação: 09/2022 Áudios/músicas 12min Of Non-Stop Shofar Vídeo explicando a origem do nome Tiago Bom Leticia Moscas carnívoras consideradas extintas há 186 anos são encontradas no Parque dos Pirineus, na França (O Globo, 19/08/2022) Pesquisadores descobrem a 1ª cirurgia feita na Idade da Pedra há 31 mil anos (GizModo, 12/09/2022) Thiago Archaeologists locate lost palace of Genghis Khan's grandson (Far Out Magazine, 03/08/2022) 14,000-year-old art engravings found in Spain (Far Out Magazine, 31/07/2022) Nation's first vaginal fluid transplants offer hope for millions (WBUR, 05/08/2022) Mau Leticia Conservative activists want to ban 400 books from a library — but they aren't even on shelves (NBC News, 23/08/2022) Thiago Nueva York prohíbe la venta de nata montada a menores de 21 años para que los adolescentes no lo usen como narcótico (20minutos, 30/08/2022) Launceston thief who scooped coins from monkey enclosure pond 'now at risk of herpes' (ABC Australia, 10/08/2022) Climate change is stressing lizards out, ageing them before they are even born (Buzz, 09/08/2022) Feio Leticia Family 'brought corpse through airport and TSA agents patted it down' (Indy100, 31/08/2022) Quatis 'invadem' casa e consomem 4 kg de bacon e 1 litro de pinga: 'Choque'... (UOL, 16/09/2022) Minhoca gigante com 1 metro de comprimento é encontrada na Nova Zelândia (Olhar Digital, 21/09/2022) Thiago Wedding music blamed for death of 63 chickens in India (Dawn, 25/11/2021) I Wish I Was a Little Bit Taller (GQ, 15/09/2022) Man jailed in Spain after selling off 7,000 hams he stole from work (The Guardian, 09/08/2022) Wind turbine blades could be recycled into gummy bears, scientists say (The Guardian, 23/08/2022) An AI-Generated Artwork Won First Place at a State Fair Fine Arts Competition, and Artists Are Pissed (Vice, 31/08/2022) Parceria com Veste Esquerda: Agora tem camiseta do Pistolando direto no site da Veste Esquerda! Mas o código de desconto PISTOLA10 dá 10% de desconto na sua compra da nossa e de outras camisetas maneiríssimas esquerdopatas! Parceria com Editora Boitempo: compre livros por esse link aqui pra gente ganhar uns trocados de comissão :) Nosso link de associados da Amazon, mas só em último caso, hein: bit.ly/Pistolando Esse podcast é produzido pelo Estopim Podcasts. Precisa de ajuda pra fazer o seu podcast? Chega mais, que a gente te ajuda #MULHERESPODCASTERS Mulheres Podcasters é uma ação de iniciativa do Programa Ponto G, desenvolvida para divulgar o trabalho de mulheres na mídia podcast e mostrar para todo ouvinte que sempre existiram mulheres na comunidade de podcasts Brasil. O Pistolando apoia essa iniciativa. Apoie você também: compartilhe este programa com a hashtag #mulherespodcasters e nos ajude a promover a igualdade de gênero dentro da podosfera. Links do Pistolando www.pistolando.com email@example.com Twitter: @PistolandoPod Instagram: @PistolandoPod Apóie o Pistolando no Catarse, no Patreon e agora também no PicPay, ou faça um Pix pra gente usando a chave firstname.lastname@example.org Descrição da capa: Ilustração feita pela inteligência artificial mencionada na notícia do Thiago. Como ele descreveu no episódio, trata-se de um cenário meio ópera espacial, com figuras humanas usando vestes longas e amplas na cor vermelha, e uma pessoa usando roupas brancas, de pé em frente ao que parece ser uma janela muito grande, redonda, através da qual vê-se alguma paisagem que a definição da imagem não permite ver direito. Há outras pessoas no fundo, além de detalhes nas paredes e ao redor do janelão. No alto, à esquerda, a logo do Pistolando, branca. Logo abaixo, o número e o título do episódio, também em branco. Centralizada na parte inferior, a logo da Estopim, também branca.
Pushing through cold symptoms during recording, Scott's flu game is strong. He & Matt devote this episode to the crown jewels of the Apple Isle – Barnbougle Dunes, Lost Farm and their new sibling, the 14 hole Bougle Run. The origins of the two World Top 100 courses, the architectural highlights of each layout and some comparisons are all covered, as well as points on accommodation and on-site post-round activities. The pros and cons of commercial domestic flights to Launceston and direct charters on smaller aircraft, along with some attractions around Launceston round out the episode. Hit https://barnbougle.com.au/for all your enquiries regarding tee times, costs, accommodation and more. For flights direct to Barnbougle visit either https://barnbougle.com.au/stay/private-airline-charters/or https://www.vortexair.com.au/ For flights to Launceston visit either Qantas, Virgin or JetStar, and then organise a rental car through the usual suspects (Avis, Hertz, EuropeCar etc) or take a look at a transfer organised via the staff at Barnbougle https://barnbougle.com.au/stay/airport-transfers/ Podcast intro & exit music - Nbhd Nick / Stop Playing With Me - Instrumental / courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com
In this episode, Rob Cameron interviews Tamika Johnston, a specialist construction, and trades coach, based in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. A person who is not only meticulous in a monetary sense, but in a time sense as well. Throughout her journey in different markets, such as construction, and architectural firms, she developed approaches such as “hooking the client into the sale” by devising a strategic sales process, a qualification script, and ways of making a client commit, to be as efficient as she can be in the sales process. “First and foremost, the sales in a business are the business's oxygen.”, she said. This Cast Covers: Efficiently closing marketing leads. The importance of sales in a business. Price is not always a critical factor in sales. Devising a strategic sales process that's reassuring for the client. Determining the qualification of the client. Finding ways to make your client commit. How to not waste time on “tire kickers”. Assembling a team to scale your business effectively. Keeping a tight grip on the sales process. Additional Resources: Secrets of Closing the Sale by Zig Ziglar Quotes: “First and foremost, the sales in a business are the business's oxygen.” —Tamika Johnston “Having a clear sales process, and being good at sales is what's going to save your business over the next few years.” — Tamika Johnston “So, we don't say what's your budget… It's, what are you looking to invest in your project?” — Tamika Johnston “If you can have this clear sales process, you can employ someone to do the role, rather than you physically having to do it yourself.” — Tamika Johnston “One big thing, is making sure that the ball is always in your court.” — Tamika Johnston Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
252: Seth O'Donnell & Georgia Hansen | Australian Cross Country Championships This episode of Inside Running is proudly sponsored by the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival, returning Sunday October 2nd. Register now to secure your spot at melbournemarathon.com.au Brad takes his workouts back outside with a hilly tempo. Julian hits another stumbling block thanks to child daycare. Brady shows AFL Umpire and previous guest Michael Marantelli the sights around Moama. Seth O'Donnel and Georgia Hansen, both representing Victoria each claim their maiden titles at the Australian National Cross Country Championships, held at Oakbank Racecourse, Adelaide. Both winners join for a brief recap of the race and share some of their back story, with Seth sharing how his footy background helped take the win on Saturday and Georgia talking about her brief experience in Europe. Team honours went to New South Wales for the Women, while Victoria won the Men's team event. Australian Cross Country Championship Results https://www.instagram.com/p/ChwezjNrLHW/ Stewart McSweyn makes a return to fine form posting a season's best of 3:30.18 in the Men's 1500m at the Lausanne Diamond League, just behind Abel Kipsang and winner Jakob Ingebrigsten; Oli Hoare ran 3:37.81 in the same race. Jessica Hull posted a time of 8:41.52 in the Women's 3000m. Lausanne Diamond League Results https://www.runnerstribe.com/features/mcsweyn-hits-back-as-ingebrigtsen-asserts-dominance/?fbclid=IwAR0Op33jHR2nEb4cGdbDGrBNeITg0O3f0Xnf7ngpginIJU-Dv2lR1NvsZLU Liam Boudin took the win over Jack Bruce at the Bridge 2 Brisbane 10K, while Cassie Fien won over steeplechase duo Brielle Erbacher & Cara Feain-Ryan. Bridge 2 Brisbane Results James Hansen sets the new men's parkrun national record of 13:53 at Launceston parkrun. parkrun Official Report 100km World Champs in Berlin won by Japanese duo Haruki Okayama and Jumpei Yamaguchi in the men's race and Floriane Hot of France. The best Australian performances came from Dion Fionnachiaro running 6:48:14 to place 21st and Michelle McAdam in 8:09:08 for 33rd. IAU 100k Championship Results Comrades Marathon, the 90km ultramarathon running “down” from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, South Africa was won by Tede of South Africa and Alexandra Morozova of Russia. Wayne Spiers was the first Australian in 6:03:33 for 22nd, while friend of the show Ash Watson came 98th. Official Comrades Results Ultra Trail Mont Blanc (UTMB) in Chamonix, France, arguably the biggest trail race in the world taken out by Killian Jornet in a record time of 19:49:30 ahead of American Jim Walmsley. Results & Race Report via iRunFar.com The boys then put the new range of Erniold Long Sleeve and Short Sleeve tops through its paces, reviewing the quality of the material and how it fits. https://erniold.com/ Brady hijacks Moose on the Loose over the lack of coverage and publicity given to the National Cross Country Championships, then the boys wrap up this episode with the start of a new segment in the lead up to the upcoming Nike Melbourne Marathon to be held on 2nd October 2022, talking the importance of practising gels and hydration on long runs and preview the elite fields for the Half Marathon and Full Marathon featuring some world-class calibre women. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
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