Jessica McKenna (Off Book) joins the 'boys to discuss Abercrombie & Fitch, the swing revival, and celebrity sightings before a review of Lemonade. Plus, a Coca-Cola edition of Jingle All The Whey. Sources for this week's intro: https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/what-is-history-lemonade.htm https://steampunkjournal.org/2020/05/01/a-brief-history-of-lemonade/ https://www.history.com/news/a-brief-history-of-the-white-house-easter-egg-roll https://www.history.com/topics/first-ladies/lucy-hayes https://www.whitehousehistory.org/the-origins-of-the-american-first-lady http://www.firstladies.org/biographies/firstladies.aspx?biography=20 Commercials featured in the Jingle All The Whey segment: You Can't Beat The Feeling Have a Coke and a Smile Always Coca-Cola Coke Adds Life Can't Beat The Real Thing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome to A Lemon A Day! A miniseries to heal yourself and change your life.Every Thursday, I'll share an interview with an incredible practitioner from a life-changing healing modality. I'm often asked what I've done to heal myself over the years – so I thought, why not bring the very people who've changed my life to you!?This week I am chatting with Pettina Stanghon – a therapist specialising in couples and family therapy and addiction.I am really excited to bring you my chat with Pettina for many reasons, but mostly because – and I know I've said this a few times – she honestly changed my life when I was at a very, very low point a few years ago.I truly believe talk therapy is essential for everyone but even more so if you're going through a tough time.Pettina is a solution-focused, integrative therapist who helps her client focus on the BIG picture, not just short term relief, but the ultimate goal of long-term recovery to live your best life.We chat:Working in addiction, family and couple counselling.Why she takes an "integrative" approach.Doing 'the work' if you want to see a change in your life.Victimhood, self-awareness, people pleasing.Leaning in and having challenging conversations.Working out whether your past is impacting your future.Interrupting the stories we tell ourselves.Connect with Pettina:www.pettinastanghon.com.auAs always, you can connect with me here.Did you know Lemonade has its own Instagram!? Follow here!If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you could leave a review, hit five stars, subscribe, share it on your social media and tag away! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For the final Lemonade episode of the year, Monique and I continue the theme of reflecting on the year that was by delving into our top 21 lessons of 2021... and what a year it was!A few of the themes we discuss:The art of surrendering.Why personal development never ends.The simple question that changed Elizabeth's life.Knowing when to let go.Why we can't do it all, all the time.Everything is temporary.Time doesn't heal all wounds.Being alone is the greatest gift.Moni is my life coach, biz coach (she helped me create Lemonade!), dear friend and scorpio soul sis. She's a fellow single mum and has dealt with her fair share of lemons throughout her life, but she's turned those adversities into an opportunity to not only grow and evolve, but help others navigating a rough time as well. • Follow Moni on Instagram: @moniquebarry_ • You can find me: @elizabethanile • If you enjoyed this chat, why not share it on your social media and tag me and Moni!? We'd be so grateful! • Also, if you've got a sec to leave a review, hit five stars, and subscribe, it would mean the absolute world.Thank you all of your support over the last year, it's so appreciated. Have a very happy and safe new year and see you in 2021! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kara Connolly and Joy Autumn join Brandon for the 3rd annual Lemonade Holiday Show! CORRECTION: Teddi Gold's song is called "Underneath The Mistletoe" rather than just "Mistletoe". Accompanying Link:www.karaconnolly.comwww.joyautumn.comwww.teddigold.com
Welcome to A Lemon A Day! A new miniseries to heal yourself and change your life.Every Thursday, I'll share an interview with an incredible practitioner from a life-changing healing modality. I'm often asked what I've done to heal myself over the years – so I thought, why not bring the very people who've changed my life to you!?This week I am chatting with Sue Jones – a counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist with almost two decades of experience in the field.Hypnotherapy helps to rewire the subconscious thoughts in our brain that inadvertently control our lives.This form of therapy can be helpful to treat a range of conditions, from trauma to phobias, to depression, anxiety, migraines and even digestive issues.I started sessions with Sue earlier this year to help treat the chronic bouts of fatigue I was experiencing. I don't know how she did it, but after just one session, I felt like an entirely new woman!Sue is so kind, empathetic, and gentle – she is so passionate about her work and I loved chatting to her about this healing modality..Connect with Sue:firstname.lastname@example.org As always, you can connect with me here.Did you know Lemonade has its own Instagram!? Follow here!If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you could leave a review, hit five stars, subscribe, share it on your social media and tag away! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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We're mixing up The Juice format for season two.Two women. Asking one another some very raw, vulnerable questions.Expect candid conversations. Aspects of ourselves and our lives we've never shared before. Some uncomfortable truths. And of course, some juicy lessons. It ain't called The Juice for nothing. In this episode we discuss:The parts of ourselves we pretend don't existMonique's fairy porn stashShame surrounding female sexualityLetting go of the fairytale version of our livesBeing single and dating in your 30sWhy honesty and vulnerability can be terrifying The desire to run away from life and start all over again* Just a note - the audio went weird with this one and I couldn't work out how to fix it! Monique is really soft and I am really loud and soz I tried my best to correct it.Moni is my life coach, biz coach (she helped me create Lemonade!), dear friend and scorpio soul sis. She's a fellow single mum and has dealt with her fair share of lemons throughout her life, but she's turned those adversities into an opportunity to not only grow and evolve, but help others navigating a rough time as well. • Follow Moni on Instagram: @moniquebarry_ • You can find me: @elizabethanile & @lemonadethepodcast • If you enjoyed this chat, why not share it on your social media and tag me and Moni!? We'd be so grateful! • Also, if you've got a sec to leave a review, hit five stars, and subscribe, it would mean the absolute world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today's guest, Leah Marville, TV Host, model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Barbados World 2009. When Leah Marville lost her father at a young age, all she could think of was supporting her mother in Saint James, Barbados. When a person is living life in survival mode, many of the choices they make are unconscious. It is only by processing our pain that we can hear our inner voice and begin to live in alignment with it. The choices Leah made to pick up modeling and eventually get a law degree were all based on survival. Along the way she did amazing things like win Miss Barbados and start a charity, making her life look perfect from the outside. However, one day she realized that she was not fulfilled and undertook a deep therapy program. All of this led to her starting Life and Lemonade TV, a catalog of interviews and stories of incredible people who show us, example after example, that life's lemons can always be turned into lemonade. In this episode, you'll hear the full story of Leah's transition from survival to intentionality. We also talk to her about the value of leaning into the emotions we feel and the growth that comes with taking a leap of faith into the unknown. Be sure to tune in today!
Hi everyone! Our dear friend Adam Clinton joined us for this episode to talk about a couple of new albums from Converge and Every Time I Die, as well as some shows he's been to recently! Be sure to check out Adam's podcast Scrantonology, where each week him and his wife cover a different episode of The Office! As always, follow our social for all the updates! We appreciate all the support. Keep spreading the word. - Darren & Jake. Instagram: @hangthedjpodcast @thedarrenparkinson @thejakelanderson @scrantonology Twitter: @hangthedjpod Email: email@example.com
We're back with episode 9! And posting 4 episodes we recorded over the summer but didn't release. Cocktail - The Nellie 2 oz Penelope Bourbon 4 oz Lemonade 1 Muddled Strawberry In a shaker, muddle the strawberry. Add ice, lemonade, and strawberry. Shake well and pour. Socials Instagram @blinddrams Facebook @Blinddrams Twitter @blind_drams Patreon patreon.com/blinddrams --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blinddrams/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blinddrams/support
Thirteen years ago, Hugh van Cuylenberg's life changed forever when he visited a remote village in India.There, he learned about three principles: gratitude, mindfulness and empathy, or as he refers to it 'GEM'.A school teacher by trade, Hugh created a program founded on these values called The Resilience Project – the curriculum is now delivered to more than a million Australians, across a thousand schools, as well as sporting clubs and workplaces.Hugh has just released the follow up to his first book The Resilience Project called Let Go.It's his most personal work yet, based on his realisation on national radio he just wasn't okay anymore – a mighty hard thing to admit when you're known as "The Resilience Guy".I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak of the book, and while it's full of the same wit, storytelling and banter Hugh is known for... it's also deep, raw and explores themes such as shame, perfection and ego, as well as his family's trauma and how he dealt with it.This is the second time the wonderful Hugh has been on the podcast - and I can guarantee you'll love listening to him just as much the second time around.Connect with Hugh: @hughvancuylenbergBuy Let Go here.As always, you can connect with me here.Did you know Lemonade has its own Instagram!? Follow here!If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you could leave a review, hit five stars, subscribe, share it on your social media and tag away! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Offre de CEO – Directeur(trice) Général(e) H/F chez Make My Lemonade Dans ce nouvel épisode, nous allons à la rencontre de Lisa Gachet, elle est la fondatrice de Make My Lemonade. Dans cet épisode, elle nous parle de ses expériences, du lancement de Make My Lemonade, des différents milestones, de ses shootings, du futur de Make My Lemonade et de beaucoup d'autre sujet. J'ai adoré interviewer Lisa, j'espère que vous prendrez autant de plaisir à l'écouter ! SE RETROUVER DANS L'ÉPISODE 00:58 Lisa se présente et revient sur son parcours. 17:54 Le lancement de son site Make My Lemonade. 25:52 Le lancement de sa marque de mode. 34:58 Comment elle a créé son 1er vêtement. 49:24 Comment organise-t-elle ses shootings, le sizing. 01:03:20 Les différents milestones. 01:36:05 Le prix d'un produit bien fait, le futur de Make My Lemonade. 01:50:28 Sa news letter Boss with me, son service de location Frida, qui souhaiterait-elle entendre dans ce podcast. KEYLEARNINGS Si tu veux te lancer, le premier truc c'est : à qui tu t'adresses ? Si tu as un message qui est limpide, c'est quoi ton prix de vente et à partir de là, tu décortiques dans l'autre sens. Est-ce que tu veux faire du wholesale ou est-ce que tu veux être ton seul distributeur, est-ce que tu veux avoir une boutique, c'est quoi la stratégie derrière ? Tu ne peux pas lancer un truc aujourd'hui la fleur au fusil, ce n'est plus possible.A partir du moment où tu sais là tu es bon, il faut juste ne pas avoir peur de s'entourer quitte à dépenser un peu plus mais de se sentir en confiance et le temps que tu gagnes et l'énergie que tu économises pour mettre ton temps et ta créativité là où tu es bon, c'est tout bénéf !Il y a plein de petites choses qu'il faut prendre en compte, je dirais : ton prix de vente, c'est hyper important et tu décomposes derrière, et quand tu décomposes, il faut que tu te dises : il me faut une modéliste parce que maintenant, le produit, il y en a tellement, c'est saturé et il faut qu'il ait une vraie valeur ajoutée, il faut qu'il soit sublime, qu'il réponde à une fonction et qu'il soit adapté à la vraie vite aussi.Ce n'est pas un argument marketing de bien faire, ça devrait être la base de tout. REFERENCES Make My Lemonade https://www.makemylemonade.com/ Ecole Duperré https://duperre.org/Salon Playtime https://www.iloveplaytime.com/fr/paris Episode Marie-France Cohen https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/13-marie-france-cohen-bonpoint-merci-d%C3%A9mod%C3%A9-aux-innocents/id1300541489?i=1000399960937Episode Dan Arrouas https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/117-dan-arrouas-groupe-vog-epop%C3%A9e-dun-self-made-man/id1300541489?i=1000450990059 Episode Régis Pennel https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/47-r%C3%A9gis-pennel-lexception/id1300541489?i=1000419514316 Sébastien Lucas
With Tristan's health in the clear, he takes some time to bond with his siblings and with the guys he thought would be his fraternity brothers. Special thanks to voice actors Courtney Reid, Miquel Brazil, Leonard Collins, Sylvie Michel, Chris Regent, and Erick Goldsmith. And sound effects were provided by Zapslat. Want to show your support via a donation? Head on over to Paypal. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tavion-scott20/support
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Bill Gurley is a General Partner @ Benchmark, one of the most successful funds of the last decade with a portfolio including Uber, Twitter, Dropbox, Modern Treasury, Snapchat, StitchFix, and many more. As for Bill, widely recognized as one of the greats in venture having worked with GrubHub, NextDoor, Uber, OpenTable, Stitch Fix, and Zillow. Prior to Benchmark, Bill was a partner with Hummer Winblad Venture Partners. Michael Eisenberg spent 15 years as a General Partner @ Benchmark working alongside Bill and the Benchmark partnership. Following Benchmark, Michael co-founded Aleph, one of the leading Israeli venture funds of the last decade with a portfolio including Lemonade, Melio, and HoneyBook, just to name a couple of Aleph's unicorns. In Today's Episode with Bill Gurley and Michael Eisenberg You Will Learn: 1.) How does the current market activity in venture today compare to the dot com bubble? What elements are different? What elements are the same? What were the ramifications of the dot com bubble? Would Bill and Michael expect to see the same again? Is there anything good that comes from bubbles? How did the prior bubble impact Michael and Bill's investing mindset? 2.) Does Bill Gurley agree that Benchmark are the only firm to have retained price discipline in this crazy market? How do Bill and Michael think about their own relationship to price today? How does Bill try and answer the question, "what could go right?" when he meets entrepreneurs today? On reflection, what have been Michael and Bill's biggest miss? How did it change their approach? 3.) How does one compete in a world of Tiger and crossover funds? When it comes to capital deployment and pacing, do Michael and Bill agree with the suggestion of "playing the game on the field"? What are the nuances to this statement? What companies does Bill believe capital can be a moat for? What companies is capital not a moat and they should be conservative with raising and pre-emptive rounds? 4.) Do Bill and Michael believe that ownership still matters today with outcomes being larger than ever? How do Bill and Michael feel about the importance of temporal diversification today in a world of compressed deployment cycles? What investing lesson learned over 25 years in the business do Bill and Michael wish they had known when they started? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Bill Gurley and Michael Eisenberg Bill's Favourite Book: The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human
This is the one that spawned a thousand memes. Nellie hurts herself falling off her horse. She's a little banged up but otherwise ok. Never the one to let the truth get in the way of opportunity though, Nellie fakes being paralyzed in order to gain the sympathy of everyone in Walnut Grove. Her plan works for a while but ultimately Laura finds out and gets her revenge in one of the all time classic Little House scenes.
The countdown to Christmas is on. We know what you're thinking, where's the time gone?! After a year of Covid and lockdowns, many are ready to dive into the silly season early. So, how do you keep your fresh pine tree burly? To answer that we've written a jingle. Yes - we know, it's a little bit cring(el) Christmas time is coming near, but how do you ensure there's enough cheer? As the family gathers and the tree goes up, you must make sure it doesn't slump. The pine and the bristles need to last the season, and if it doesn't there might be a reason. Word on the street is water not sand, otherwise it will need a hand Cantabrian Andrew McAllister from Needles and Fresh has some advice if it needs something spesh. "If you buy fresh cut Daffodils, the last thing you do is go home and put the cut flowers in dirt. "So, all you do, it's real simple, it's just water... and plenty of it. "A large tree 7 to 8ft tree, a customer text me last week and said he couldn't believe how much it was drinking, "It was a litre and a half a day." If you get it home and let it dry it's almost a guarantee it's going to die. Mike from Misa Christmas Trees has done a few tests, and even though it seems simple, water's the best. "Lemonade, Aspirin, sugar, we've had heaps of that over the years, "We actually did do a test in the 80's, my uncle and brother took photos of the tree with different things put in the water, "Nothing made any difference." Another handy tip for the festive decoration - keep it out of the sun to avoid dehydration. "When you get it home, cut a little tiny bit off the bottom, just a few millimetres. That will open up the pores at the bottom of the tree and help it drink. "Then, make sure you get it straight into water and make sure you check it over that first 24 hours, because that's when it drinks the most." Andrew McAllister has one more clue, it will have you running to Needles and Fresh, form an orderly queue. "When you cut your tree, you might take it home on your roofracks, "A real hot day, you going down the road at 100 kilometres an hour, that fresh cut, by the time you get home that resin and gum is going to be crystallising. "To help the tree, you really need to cut, maybe 5mil off if you are handy with a handsaw." Now we've answered all questions, let's all sit back and get ready for that Christmas digestion.
Welcome to A Lemon A Day! A new miniseries to heal yourself and change your life.Every Thursday, I'll share an interview with an incredible practitioner from a life-changing healing modality. I'm often asked what I've done to heal myself over the years - so I thought, why not bring the very people who've changed my life to you!?This week I am chatting with Dr Shami Barathan - a phenomenal integrative GP.Dr Shami worked as a GP for 20 years before she realised there was a better and more effective way to treat the patients she was seeing. So, she undertook some further training and became an integrative GP – a much more holistic and thorough way of treating patients.Dr Shami now focuses on searching for the root cause of illness, rather than slapping a bandaid over the symptoms.I started working with Dr Shami earlier this year after another doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue and honestly she changed my life.Connect with Dr Shami:Website - www.usawa.com.auAs always, you can connect with me here.Did you know Lemonade has its own Instagram!? Follow here!If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you could leave a review, hit five stars, subscribe, share it on your social media and tag away! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Natalie Vero, or newly and legally now Natalie Brisson, is an actor, comedian, writer, editor, producer, podcaster, traveler, snowboarder, and other funky things. She was born and raised on Long Island, graduated from Penn State University with bachelor degrees in Theatre Performance and Broadcast Journalism, attended The Second City's Comedy Studies Program, and then moved to NYC to pursue acting. In September of 2018, she and her high school sweetheart, Ryan, got engaged in Croatia. What they thought would be less than a two-year blissful engagement turned into a three-year roller coaster ride as a result of the pandemic and so much more bad luck. With the world shut down, wedding plans crumbling before them and creative career opportunities halted, Natalie and her fiancé, Ryan, started a podcast called Just A Wedding. On the podcast Natalie and Ryan discuss their terrible luck with wedding planning, they feature guests who dive into the impact that the pandemic has had on them, and they always find a way to remind themselves to take life's sour lemons and make a kick ass vodka lemonade.
Insurance disruptor Lemonade (NYSE: LMND) may not be one of the year's best stock performers, but there are big things happening in the business that could drive serious long-term shareholder value. In this special episode of Industry Focus: Financials, Lemonade's co-founder and co-CEO Daniel Schreiber joins Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel to discuss how the business has reached this point, why the Lemonade Car rollout is so exciting, and much more. Check out more of our content here: Podcasts Youtube Twitter Reach us by Email @ IndustryFocus@fool.com
Bryony Benjamin was living the life of her dreams – a great job, a great life, a great future. But despite everything going exactly to plan, she just didn't feel herself, and no one could tell her why. After some blood tests, Bryony was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkins lymphoma at the age of just 31. From that moment her entire life was upended. Never to be the same again.It's been a long four years but Bryony, thankfully, has made a full recovery.But of course, she learned a hell of a lot during the process and thankfully for us, she's penned the go to guide when it comes to how to get through your world turning upside down.It's called Life is Tough But So Are You… and it's brilliant.I can't begin to explain how much I enjoyed every minute of listening to Briony speak - have a listen because I know you will too - Connect with Bryony: @briony_benjaminBuy her book here.As always, you can connect with me here.Did you know Lemonade has its own Instagram!? Follow here!If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd be so appreciative if you could leave a review, hit five stars, subscribe, share it on your social media and tag away! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor and activist Amandla Stenberg may be young in years, but her legacy is already overflowing. With a breakthrough performance as the young tribute Rue in the Jennifer Lawrence-led flick The Hunger Games back in 2012, Stenberg's ascension as a Hollywood fixture has been lined with film roles in The Hate U Give and Where Hands Touch, TV stints on Drunk History and The Eddy, and even an appearance in Beyonce's epic Lemonade music video back in 2016. Now at the age of 23, it's not just shiny Hollywood appearances that has ricocheted Stenberg from young up-and-comer to industry powerhouse; Stenberg also gives voice and strength to a variety of cultural, political and social justice issues, named in 2015 as the Ms. Foundation for Women's "Feminist Celebrity of the Year", while also going viral that same year for her playful yet though-provoking cultural appropriation video project titled Don't Cash Crop My Cornrows. Balancing a burgeoning career alongside public scrutiny for her stances on racial and gender equality, Stenberg also has yet another string to her very powerful creative bow, playing violin and singing, making her official music debut in 2015 with the folk rock duo Honeywater. And her music chops are on full display in 2021, with the impending release of her brand new film: an adaptation of the Broadway smash-hit musical Dear Evan Hansen.Featuring a stacked cast including Stenberg, Ben Platt, Kaitlyn Dever, Nik Dodani, Julianne Moore and Amy Adams, Dear Evan Hansen follows the titular anxious and isolated high schooler Evan Hansen as he struggles to belong in high school and the social media age, with an array of Grammy winning songs including You Will Be Found, Waving Through a Window and For Forever. Stenberg joins the cast in the role of Alana Beck, an empathetic overachiever with a pivotal role in the film and musical, with Alana's role also expanded for the film to include a brand new song for the character, penned by Stenberg herself alongside writers Ben Pasek and Justin Paul. And to unpack the Dear Evan Hansen experience and also gift a brief insight into her other music endeavours, Amandla Stenberg joins The Green Room for today's episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gilad Shai and Joe Emison talk about the latest M&A in the insurTech world, Lemonade's acquisition of Metromile. You can read more about it on Lemonade's blog https://www.lemonade.com/blog/lemonade-acquires-metromile/Watch the episode on YouTubehttps://youtu.be/oCfxrZyRZXA
Nigel Walsh is joined by new co-host, John Bean, Client Director and Insurance Lead here at 11:FS, as well as a great panel of guests to discuss the most recent and exciting news in the world of Insurtech. Joining us today are: * Ben Jennings, Chief Revenue Officer of Embroker * Nikki Daniels, Founder and Chair at e-Zee Insurance Solutions * Phil Terrill, CEO and founder of SoleSafe We cover the following stories: * Lemonade taps new revenue stream with car insurance launch, and plans to acquire Metromile 4:42 * InsurTech investments across the world soar to record-breaking $10bn 19:11 * Report: Owners' and Founders' Approach to Risk Management Not a Match for Today's Modern Threats 32:54 * The General Awards $25,000 NAACP Powershift Entrepreneur Grant to SoleSafe - insurance for sneakers! 44:27 * Notable, which makes RPA-based tools to speed up healthcare admin, raises $100M at a $600M valuation 55:35 * Amazon-backed insurtech Acko joins unicorn club with $255 million funding 57:25 * Model Who Won 'Miss BumBum 2021' Gets Her Buttocks Insured For £1.3m 58:55 All that and much more on this week's episode of Insurtech Insider! This episode is sponsored by Trustly. What if you could re-imagine payments for the insurance industry? What if you didn't have to rely on old and complex payment services and infrastructure? Instead, what if your payment provider could help create a user experience that stands out? And when it's time to pay out a claim it can do so instantly… to millions of bank accounts across the UK, Europe and North America. Trustly are leading the charge in unlocking the Open Banking payments revolution we are seeing today. Their Open Banking platform redefines the speed, simplicity and security of payments, for more than half a billion consumers across the globe. Visit trustly.com (https://www.trustly.net/) to read more about how they help insurtech companies make payments a key part of their digital-first approach. Subscribe so you never miss an episode, leave a review on iTunes and every other podcast app. Spread the insurtech love by sharing or tweeting this podcast. This episode of Insurtech Insider was produced by Irina Andronic and edited by George Sztuka. Special Guests: Ben Jennings, Nikki Daniels , and Phil Terrill.
Enjoy this 'CIA' episode, Catch it again with Leah Henry. Leah is the host of the podcast ‘So That's What We're Doing' with RHOP star Candiace Bassett, she works for WKYS in Washington, DC, and created her popular segment called ‘Leah's Lemonade' where she dishes the latest gossip on celebs of all kinds. From her dating life to celeb news, to a super personal story of an older man taking advantage of her, you'll love this interview. The show is sponsored by: caliper.com/tsfs use code TSFS for 20% your order, rothys.com/frase and ballstonva.org/bbb Bands and Brews, July 24th, in Ballston
In this week's episode of Industry Focus: Financials, Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, and host Jason Moser take a closer look at two stocks they bought last August, Lemonade (NYSE: LMND) and Bill.com (NASDAQ: BILL). Matt and Jason will dig into the stock performance of each one, how the businesses are doing, and more, to determine whether these stocks are still worth buying today. Check out more of our content here: Podcasts Youtube Twitter Reach us by Email @ IndustryFocus@fool.com
The increasing influence of African spirituality on Western society is very evident. You can read it in the work of novelists like Ben Okri, see it in the work of artists such as Chris Ofili and hear it in the music of pop superstars like Beyonce. Partly driven by the desire of young people within the African diaspora to find a deeper connection to their African heritage, African spirituality is very different to Christianity or Islam; religions brought to Africa by colonizing forces. It contains many diverse beliefs which differ from region to region. There are no scriptures – the traditions are passed on by word of mouth – and ancestors play a key role. Many of the practices are not found in Western culture (such as juju), but they express deep spiritual convictions and bind societies together. To discuss African spirituality, Ernie Rea has assembled a panel of experts from across the African continent. Born in Nigeria in the West of Africa, Jacob K Olupona is Professor of African Religious Traditions at Harvard Divinity School and Professor of African American Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Mary Nyangweso was born in Kenya in East Africa and is Professor of Religious Studies at East Carolina University. And Adeola Aderemi is a Holistic Healer who bases her practice on her Isese Ifa spirituality with its origins in the Yoruba culture of Southern Nigeria. Ernie also talks to Nigerian born artist Laolu Senbanjo who now works in New York. Laolu's art is influenced by his Yoruba heritage and practice of African spirituality. His ‘Sacred Art of the Ori' (Yoruba symbols painted onto the naked body) featured on Beyoncé's 2016 Grammy award winning video for her concept album ‘Lemonade'. Producers: Helen Lee Julian Paszkiewicz Image: Original painting by Laolu Senbanjo on display at the Belvedere Vodka x Laolu Senbanjo collaboration celebration on September 6, 2018 in New York City. Credit: Johnny Nunez/WireImage via Getty Images
We spoke with the producers - Benji and Rokman - behind NCT 127's Lemonade, learning about how the song was born, and other insider perspectives on producing k-pop music. Be sure to buy the NCT 127 Sticker Album if you haven't already: https://smglobalshop.com/products/pre-order-nct-127-the-3rd-album-sticker-crewneck-socks-deluxe-box Follow the two geniuses behind the music: - https://www.instagram.com/rokman_official/ - https://www.instagram.com/baebenji92/ Also: Think. Dream. Benji. The Kpopcast Crew: twitter.com/TheKpopcast twitter.com/Sparker2 twitter.com/michaelajkpop twitter.com/DJPeterLo kpopcast.net
Courtesy of Alexandra Vang Pumpkin pie from Pie & Mighty in Minneapolis Are you looking forward to eating a slice of pie this Thanksgiving? Or two slices? Maybe you're planning to make one. Pie is a classic finale to a holiday feast, comforting and distinctly American. Do you like pumpkin or sweet potato? Pecan or apple? Many people discovered baking during the pandemic. But turning out that flaky pie crust can intimidate new bakers. Host Angela Davis got tips from pie experts and listeners and explored why eating and making pies nourish our family and cultural traditions. Guests: Rachel Swan is co-owner and chief pie baker at Pie & Mighty in Minneapolis. After years working in the restaurant industry she started selling pies by subscription in 2016 and opened the brick-and-mortar shop in 2020. Ken Haedrich is founder of the online pie-making community thepieacademy.com and author of 16 cookbooks, including a comprehensive guide to pies for new and experienced bakers published last year, “Pie Academy: Master the Perfect Crust and 255 Amazing Fillings, with Fruits, Nuts, Creams, Custards, Ice Cream, and More.” Lachelle Cunningham runs Chelle's Kitchen, a catering and food education business based in Minneapolis. She was previously founding executive chef at Breaking Bread Cafe, which opened in 2015 in north Minneapolis and still serves a variation of her uncle's sweet potato pie recipe. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. We also asked listeners to tell us about their favorite pie recipes. Check them out below and tell us about your favorite here. Pumpkin Pie (with a kick!) Mix these 8 dry ingredients together in small bowl: 1 cup sugar1 tbsp. flour1/2 tsp. salt1 tsp. ginger1 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. nutmeg1/8 tsp. ground black pepper1/8 tsp. cloves In large bowl mix: 3 large eggs1 1/2 cups pumpkin scant 1 cup light cream Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients stir well, pour into a 9” unbaked pie crust. Bake 45-55 minutes at 400 degrees in the oven. Let cool, serve with whipped cream and grated nutmeg on top or with vanilla ice cream. Karen's Pie Crust Mix together until pea sized pieces:3 cups flour1 1/4 cups butter 1 tsp. salt In one cup measure, mix: 1/4 cup cold waterI beaten egg1 tbsp. white vinegar Pour liquids into dry ingredients, mix to form a ball.Put flour onto board, divide dough into four equal pieces. Each ball is enough for 1 crust. The unbaked dough can stay in refrigerator for up to a week or freeze dough in small piece or in a rolled out pie crust. Penny's 5 ingredient Last Minute Pie I bring this when invited last minute. I stop at the store to pick up the items. When I arrive, I ask for a spatula and a mixing bowl. (I offer to do dishes in trade for my friends letting me in the kitchen for a few moments. ;-) ) 10" Graham cracker crust1 can sweetened condensed milk1 package Lemonade drink mix1 regular size Cool Whip1 can blueberry pie filling Put condensed milk in bowl, add lemonade drink mix. Stir until it starts to thicken. Add Cool Whip. Stir until completely mixed. Pour in crust. Top with berries. Put in refrigerator until after meal. Don't forget to do the dishes! (I use other drink mixes and pie fillings, too.) Festal Golden Pumpkin Pie Recipe by Marian Biersdorf, aka The Pumpkin Pie Lady! 1/4 (or 1/2) tsp. salt1 tsp. cinnamon1/4 tsp. cloves1/4 tsp. nutmeg1/4 tsp. ginger3 eggs, slightly beaten1 cup granulated or light brown sugar1 15 oz. can pumpkin puree1 cup evaporated (or regular) milk1 9-inch deep-dish pie crust, unbaked Preheat oven to 450 degrees. In a large bowl, combine salt, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and ginger, and mix. Add eggs and sugar. Mix well. Stir in pumpkin. Add milk and beat well.Pour pumpkin filling into crust. Bake for 10 minutes at 450. Reduce heat to 350 degrees, and bake additional 40 to 45 minutes. Test for doneness by inserting knife into pie center. The pie is done when the knife comes out clean. Garnish with choice of topping. (Marian reduces the salt to 1/4 teaspoon. She also says it's fine to replace the evaporated milk with skim milk, to reduce the calorie and fat content.) Mixed Fruit Pie A 9 inch pie — double crust. 1 and 1/4 of blueberries, raspberries, rhubarb of any variation.1/2 tsp. of almond flavoring1 and 1/4 cup of sugar — or less1/4 cup of quick tapioca1/4 tsp. of nutmeg1/4 tsp. of salt1 tbsp. lemon juice Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes, then at 375 degrees for 45-50 minutes. Variation on the ‘Stir-N-Roll' crust Submitted by Louise DiCesare. I use a completely different way to make the crust from Betty Crocker's original cookbook called Stir-N-Roll. Mix 2 cups sifted flour and 1 1/2 tsp. salt (I don't use any salt) Next, pour 1/2 cup cooking oil (I use Canola) and 1/4 cup of milk into the flour all at once. Stir with a fork. Wet countertop and put a piece of wax paper so the wax paper won't move. Put half the dough on the wax paper and put another piece of wax paper on top of the dough. Roll it out with a rolling pin. Lift off top sheet of wax paper and pick up bottom sheet with crust and flip onto the baking dish. Repeat with top crust. Make any filling and you can use a form to make the top crust to make it a lattice or separate top crust with a knife. From The Splendid Table Bourbon Pecan Pie Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.
“Skimpflation” is a form of hidden tax via customer no-service, with companies cutting corners in almost all sectors. Surviving businesses are dealing with increased demand and labor shortages - another dislocation to work through in the economy. // While spending billions on non-stop ads, the traditional market-driven insurance industry is being turned on its head. New companies like Lemonade and Root begin with trust and simplicity. It's working. Ask Clark topics include: GetUpside Review: 6 Things To Know Before You Sign Up / Best 529 College Savings Plans By State Want more money advice? Sign up for Clark's free daily newsletter! Free Advice: Clark's Consumer Action Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marcus and Mabel open up a lemonade stand! They learn about money, counting change and serving their community. If Little Big Stories is valuable to your family please consider making a donation here -> https://www.whensongbirdssing.com/little-big-stories-podcast Have a story idea? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Add us on Instagram the latest and greatest! @littlebigstoriespod
Kareem Zaki is a General Partner @ Thrive Capital, with a portfolio including Stripe, Instacart, Instagram, Nubank, Github, Glossier and many more, they have cemented their position as one of the leading venture firms of the last decade. As for Kareem, he is a co-founder and board member to Cedar, Nava, Scope Security and Cadence and has invested in the likes of Affirm, Lemonade, Ramp and Trade Republic. Prior to entering venture, Kareem spent 3 years in private equity with Blackstone. In Today's Episode with Kareem Zaki You Will Learn: 1.) How Kareem made his way from the world of private equity to backing some of the most innovative next-generation companies with Thrive Capital? 2.) Portfolio Construction: What is the one rule that drives all decision-making at Thrive? How does Kareem think about maintaining focus with such a broad mandate? How do Thrive think about asset allocation internally with such a broad mandate? How does incubating companies also help Kareem be a better investor? 3.) Investing Style: How has Kareem's investing style changed over the last 10 years? What does he focus on now that he did not before and visa versa? How does Kareem assess his own relationship to price? Through what lens does Kareem approach market sizing and timing? Where do many investors make mistakes here? 4.) The Landscape: How does Kareem respond to the activity and cadence of Tiger? In what way does Kareem believe the venture landscape will have changed most significantly in the next 10 years? How do the existing incumbent firms need to change in the wake of this? How do Thrive respond to the pace and cadence of check writing today? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Kareem Zaki Kareem's Favourite Book: How Will You Measure Your Life Kareem's Most Recent Investment: Cadence
Get a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up for Buzzsprout using our affiliate link. Podcasting isn't hard when you've got the right partners: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1134590Hello, spooky children! In this episode we cover some pretty heavy topics so trigger warnings abound! Specifically for homophobia and graphic descriptions of torture. Cyndi opens this episode off with the crimes of John Bunting, AKA The Snowtown Murders. Then Niko tells the fantastically tall (and somehow true) tale of Iron Mike Malloy AKA The Man That Wouldn't Die. Thanks for listening, and remember to leave us a rate and review and share us with a friend! And, as always, stay spooky y'all! Okay byeee!!!Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @truthandscare! Theme Music: Sarah O'Heeron (@shutupsarah on fiverr) Cover Art: Dyscrasia-Eucrasia (dyscrasia-eucrasia.tumblr.com), Ad Music: Metamorphosis by Myuu (Youtube Here)
This is the 131st episode of the "Talk That Talk Show", hosted by Barry Holmes. Holmes delivers another quality episode, discussing sports, society and culture! OG13 Hoodie ReleaseHat PickupsLeon Edwards vs Jorge Masvidal CanceledMax Holloway vs Yair RodriguezKemba Walker Takes Responsibility for Starter's WoesCam Newton Returns to Carolina PanthersHow To Get Through Tough Work Days Special shout out to our sponsors:Sky Dye Socks Ink ParlorAir We AreMaria Bruscianelli & Joe SnowMusic: Zeshan Abbas (Vitamin Z)
Dylan, Nick and Pat are back to talk fast fast cars, lemonade, rats, The Bella Twins, the sloppy production of this show, some of the various contestants on it and even more ABC's The Bachelorette. Check out our full coverage Bachelor in Paradise coverage and more on Patreon - Patreon.com/AnotherPodcastNetwork Video of this episode: https://www.youtube.com/c/AnotherBachelorPodcast Merch: AnotherMerchStore.com
Lemonade and Legos … the start that inspired this week's guest Steve Vetter onto a path of entrepreneurship. ... a path he quickly learned is not something you successfully walk alone. Early on Steve realized that working 90+ hours a week was not a sustainable or scalable business model. Rather surrounding himself with the right team of people was where he would start to see quantum expansion. “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity” - Seneca [Roman philosopher] It has been within this line of thinking that Steve prepared the space for growth and as a result has seen his business climb to the 7-figure level; with it well on its way to another quantum revenue expansion. If you too are ready to scale your business as Steve has you won't want to miss this episode. Grab your favourite pen and paper and get ready to make notes on what it takes to see your own quantum expansion. Ursula's Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Raised As An Entrepreneur (3:14) Business Startups (9:43) Working On The Business (13:37) Hiring Is A Multiplier (18:27) Make It Scalable (28:38) Vision Exercise (32:40) Keep Your Current Clients (35:27) Connect with Steve Vetter Website: http://www.computersolutions.com (www.computersolutions.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ComputerSolutionsLLC/ (https://www.facebook.com/ComputerSolutionsLLC/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/computer-solutions-llc (https://www.linkedin.com/company/computer-solutions-llc) Instagram: @computersolutionsllc Twitter: @LabViewGuy About Steve Vetter Steven got his undergraduate and advanced degrees in engineering from UIUC, and did his MBA studies at U of MN after moving to Minnesota. He was born an engineer and raised as an entrepreneur, now having started many companies including a few that were good successes, including being in the top half of the Forbes 500. He has two grown sons; both engineers. FREE GIFT: https://computersolutions.com/ursula/ (https://computersolutions.com/ursula/) Hire Your Own Help: https://www.busstopmamas.com/ (https://www.busstopmamas.com/) About Ursula Mentjes Ursula Mentjes is an award-winning Entrepreneur and Sales Expert. She will transform the way you think about selling so you can reach your revenue goals with less anxiety and less effort! Ursula specializes in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and other performance modalities to help clients double and triple their sales fast. Honing her skills at an international technical training company, where she began her career in her early twenties, Ursula increased sales by 90% in just one year. Just 5 years later, when the company's annual revenue was in the tens of millions, Ursula advanced to the position of President at just 27. Sales guru Brian Tracy endorsed her first book, Selling with Intention, saying, “This powerful, practical book shows you how to connect with customers by fully understanding the sales process from the inside out. It really works!” Ursula is also the author of One Great Goal, Selling with Synchronicity and The Belief Zone, which received the Beverly Hills President's Choice award. Her Podcast, Double Your Sales NOW, is available on iTunes, iHeartRadio and other outlets. Ursula also serves as Past Statewide Chairperson of the NAWBO-CA Education Fund and Past President of NAWBO-CA. She is the recipient of the SBA's Women in Business Champion and a recipient of the Willow Tree's Extraordinary Example and Extraordinary Entrepreneur Awards, the NAWBO-IE ANITA Award, chosen as PDP's Extraordinary Speaker, PDP's Business Woman of the Year, the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards Finalist and the President's Lifetime Achievement Award from two Presidents. She has shared the stage with bestselling author Loral Langemeier, Les Brown, Tom Antion, Lisa Nichols, Giuliana Rancic and many others! Her clients include Aflac, Ebenezer and Fairview Hospitals, New York Life,...
The Young is back! Just in time for our 1st round of "Just A Friendly Game Of Baseball"! We also get into the Boba Fett trailer that dropped, talk a little Halloween, & mostly clown around on this one! Enjoy!!! If you would like to support the pod, please contribute! Click PayPal.me/JasonPSoto and give what you can today! Thanks! FOLLOW US ON IG FB YT EMAIL US! FelipesGarage@gmail.com COP THAT HOT MERCH! www.FelipesGarage.com Please rate & review the pod! It helps us promote. Also, share the pod on your socials, & with your peoples! Thanks!
In this episode Rabbi Wildes speaks with Michael Eisenberg. Michael Eisenberg is co-founder and General Partner at Aleph, an early stage venture capital fund with over $500 million under management. Michael has been a venture capitalist for twenty-five years. Aleph focuses on partnering with great Israeli entrepreneurs to build large, meaningful companies and impactful global brands. Since its founding in 2013, Aleph has invested in more than forty companies, including Melio, Lemonade, Bringg, JoyTunes, Healthy.io, and Nexar. Since 2006, Michael has been writing the blog Six Kids and a Full Time Job, on topics ranging from politics to technology, Judaism, and macroeconomics. He was a contributor to TheMarker, a Hebrew-language daily business newspaper, and is the author of the “The Hummus Manifesto,” the seminal piece on Israel's innovation scene. Michael has also published five books in Hebrew: The Vanishing Jew, Ben Baruch, The Tree of Life and Prosperity, Everyone can be Moses, and Roaring Tribe. He lectures frequently on venture capital, Israel, and entrepreneurship. He serves on the board of the nonprofit organization Yeshivat Har Etzion and is the chairman of The Shomer Hachadash. Michael lives in Jerusalem with his wife and eight children.
Mike Ramirez aka Deejaymike91 (@MichaelRamirezPhoto) brought his entourage to the backyard to discuss deejaying during the pandemic and what it's like being the tallest photographer in the North End.
For a decade James Blake has crafted an idiosyncratic sound. His early work as a minimalist electronic producer fused lush R&B chords with lyrical collage and unfiltered synthesizers. He describes his hit 2013 song “Retrograde” as apocalyptic yet also romantic. This single was in stark contrast to the bubblegum pop of the early 2010s. But other artists recruited him to spread his subversive sonics. He produced on three of the most seminal albums in recent history: Beyoncé's Lemonade, Kendrick Lamar's DAMN and Frank Ocean's Blonde. Before Blake, it sounded like pop was caught in the same four chord loop. But gradually Blake's vision of harmonic melancholy has infused popular music. On his new album “Friends That Break Your Heart,” Blake has written his most compelling songs yet, but underneath are those his familiar wandering chords and emotional suspense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices