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Binge Media
BingeCast: Hawkeye, South Park, 8 Bit Xmas, Beatles, Dopesick, and more

Binge Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 214:19


Law invites the sportiest of his friends to join him on the main show. TM and PJ drop their SportsCast nonsense to talk movies and television, answer emails, and drink themselves into oblivion. Head over to Patreon.com/BingeMedia to sign up for the Full Binge! This week Law, TM, and PJ play Bruce's Lost in Translation game with pride on the line. CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN NOW! Subscribe to Binge Cast on iTunes

Bad Movie Podcast
Post Credits - Tragedy on movie sets

Bad Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:38


We're out!  A long weekend for us but that doesn't mean we're leaving you high and dry!  Here's a post credits cooked up hot and fresh!  We play another round of Lost in Translation as well as look into some the tragedy that happened on the set of Rust.  We'll be back at you as soon as we can with more movie review goodness! Twitter - @podcastBADMOVIE Insta - @badmoviepodcast Email - badmoviereviewpodcast@gmail.com Gil - @WR_Gil Kaity - @kung_fu_kaity

Racing Post
Betfair Chase Review | Racing Postcast

Racing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 47:25


Maddy Playle is joined by Lee Mottershead to take a look back at the weekend of racing including the Betfair Chase. The duo kick off by reviewing a thrilling day at Haydock which included Bravemansgame's second start over fences. A Plus Tard destroyed the field in the Betfair Chase gaining an impressive RPR of 180. The Postcast team assess the performance of the victor and his rivals whilst also taking a look at the shake up in the Cheltenham Gold Cup market. There were stars aplenty throughout Saturday's action with Bob Olinger making his debut over fences at Gowran Park, Buzz proving himself a force over hurdles for the season and Lostintranslation rolling back the years. Maddy and Lee discuss the performances, picking out their highlights of the day. The pair finish off by taking a look ahead to the Ladbrokes Trophy and the Fighting Fifth, giving their selections for the race and as always their NAP of the week. 18+ BeGambleAware 

Fantasy Football Fanatics FPL Podcast
Movies and shakers. 2021/22

Fantasy Football Fanatics FPL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 50:20


Jon is sleepless in Seattle on a business trip, Ben is back with a baby but the details are LA confidential and Andy is lost in translation in Tokyo. This week they discuss how the new managers Gerard and Howe will affect their players in FPL. Spurs first steps under Conte. The BIG at the back redux and what a Man U interim boss and great fixtures mean for us FPL managers. Want to take on the FFFanatics? Code to join @FPLFFFANATICS league is pd79yq Follow us on twitter @FPLFFFanatics If you like the show please rate and review us wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to us and will make it easier for other listeners to find us.

WP-Tonic Show A WordPress Podcast
#648 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech Show With Guests Matt Medeiros, Tania Quintieri, & Tom Fanelli

WP-Tonic Show A WordPress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 71:56


#648 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech Show on the 19th November, 2021 at 8:30 am PST #648 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech Show With Guests Matt Medeiros, Tania Quintieri, & Tom Fanelli Tania Quintieri of Mrs Divi https://mrsdivi.com/ Tom Fanelli of Convessio https://convesio.com/ Matt Medeiros of The Matt Report: https://mattreport.com/ Every Friday at 8:30 am PST we host the WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & Tech round-table show where we discuss the latest WordPress and the general web news of the week. You can also watch the show LIVE on our WP-Tonic’s Facebook Group Page & YouTube channel. This Week Stories For Discussion #1 - Blocks, Boards & Fishing Reels – How Gutenberg has Divided WordPress by (Paul Lacey) https://thewpminute.com/blocks-boards-fishing-reels-how-gutenberg-has-divided-wordpress/ #2 - DAO bids on the Constitution https://techcrunch.com/2021/11/18/constitutiondaos-bold-crypto-bid-for-us-constitution-falls-short/ #3 - State of the Word 2021 https://wordpress.org/news/2021/11/state-of-the-word-2021/ #4 - Lost in translation: The global streaming boom is creating a severe translator shortage https://restofworld.org/2021/lost-in-translation-the-global-streaming-boom-is-creating-a-translator-shortage/?utm_source=pocket-newtab

Brexitcast
Simon says, Marr goes

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 34:53


As lockdowns are reintroduced in Europe, Katya and Adam discuss soaring infection rates with Professor Hendrik Streeck of the Institute of Virology in Bonn. Plus, as Andrew Marr announces he's leaving the BBC, we find out what he thinks Adam should be reading. Also, Simon Reeve talks rural poverty, wiggly rivers and curried squirrel in Cumbria. And Newscasters remember Ghostbusters – aka Phantom Breakers (if you get lost in translation). Newscast was made by Ben Cooper, Danny Wittenberg, Sally Abrahams, Serena Tarling, Rosamund Jones, Ali Gee and Emma Crowe.

Board Game Blitz
Episode 144 - 5 Fav Movies

Board Game Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 40:27


Ambie and Crystal a couple games they've played recently, including Aeon's End and Riverside. We then take a break from talking about board games to talk about our top 5 favorite movies! Announcements: 0:38 Recent Games: 3:07 Top 5 Movies: 15:17 Outro: 38:50 Bloopers: 39:49 Join our discord: https://discord.gg/WvRVnVeYMS Aeon's End: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/191189/aeons-end Riverside: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/321108/riverside Support us at https://www.patreon.com/boardgameblitz This episode was sponsored by Grey Fox Games. Use the code 'BGBLITZ21' for 20% off non-exclusive items from their site: http://www.greyfoxgames.com/ For the full show notes visit our site at http://www.boardgameblitz.com/posts/306

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 359 - Will A Plus Tard say just that to Betfair rivals?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:15


Nick is joined by Racing Post writer and broadcaster Maddy Playle to take a look at what is happening in the world of horseracing today. They lead with this year's edition of the Betfair Chase, a thrilling race in prospect featuring Gold Cup runner-up A Plus Tard vs the 3-time winner of the race Bristol de Mai, whose rider Daryl Jacob joins Nick en route to riding at Market Rasen today. Nick and Maddy also discuss the Ascot comebacks of Lostintranslation, Goshen, Defi du Seuil and Dashel Drasher, while Nick is in Bahrain for the third running of the Bahrain International Trophy, where world renowned race caller Mark Johnson gives his perspective on the track and this year's line-up. Meanwhile, in the first of a new 12-part series, Godolphin Flying Start trainee Chris Moore explains his entry into the sport and what he has been learning on the course so far.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 359 - Will A Plus Tard say just that to Betfair rivals?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:15


Nick is joined by Racing Post writer and broadcaster Maddy Playle to take a look at what is happening in the world of horseracing today. They lead with this year's edition of the Betfair Chase, a thrilling race in prospect featuring Gold Cup runner-up A Plus Tard vs the 3-time winner of the race Bristol de Mai, whose rider Daryl Jacob joins Nick en route to riding at Market Rasen today. Nick and Maddy also discuss the Ascot comebacks of Lostintranslation, Goshen, Defi du Seuil and Dashel Drasher, while Nick is in Bahrain for the third running of the Bahrain International Trophy, where world renowned race caller Mark Johnson gives his perspective on the track and this year's line-up. Meanwhile, in the first of a new 12-part series, Godolphin Flying Start trainee Chris Moore explains his entry into the sport and what he has been learning on the course so far.

Fight Disciples Podcast
545: YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING!

Fight Disciples Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 81:07


Kiko Martinez hasn't strung three consecutive wins together since 2015, but managed to find himself in yet another world title fight on Saturday night. He was there to make 'Kid' Galahad look good in his first title defence but the instructions must have been lost in translation as he landed a Hollywood home run at the end of the 5th and then another at the start of the 6th to provide the upset of the year. We discuss the whole card from Sheffield as well as the rest of the weekend's action. We're also looking forward to Terence Crawford vs Shawn Porter this weekend. FIGHT DISCIPLES IS A MULTI AWARD WINNING PODCAST WINNERS OF THE BEST SPORT PODCAST AT THE BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS 2017 AND 2018 *Please leave a review on iTunes http://apple.co/2wijpC1 *Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/fightdisciples *Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/fightdisciples *Follow us on Instagram www.instagram.com/thefightdisciples *Subscribe on YouTube www.youtube.com/fightdisciples #FIGHT #BOXING #MMA #UFC #ANTHONYJOSHUA #TYSONFURY #CANELO #GALAHADMARTINEZ #CRAWFORDPORTER #KIKOMARTINEZ #JAIMEMUNGUIA 

In Search of Tarot
Language and Tarot with K. Leigh Clapp

In Search of Tarot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 30:51


Evolutionary oracle K. Leigh Clapp is a professional Tarot reader from Frederick, Maryland. In her work and writings, she draws upon her vast knowledge base spanning from religion and science to mythology and metaphysics. A Deaf scholar-mystic fluent in American Sign Language and English, Leigh sees translation as a potent act of alchemy. Her name sign evokes images of illumination and blooming. IN THIS CONVERSATION Leigh shares rich insights on language and its companions - symbol, metaphor and syntax - and discusses what gets lost in translation when moving from an oral or signed language to a written one. We were also joined by ASL-English interpreter, Andrea Rehkopf, who voiced for Leigh and signed for Nick. A video of this interview is available to watch on YouTube. A transcript of this podcast is available online at manofthecards.com/transcripts. Follow Leigh on Instagram @liminalsight. Learn more about Leigh and sign up for her newsletter at liminalsight.com. --- Support this podcast on Patreon. Follow Nick on Instagram @manofthecards. Access the full podcast archive and transcripts at manofthecards.com. In Search of Tarot Theme was written and recorded by AJ Ackleson.

Random Discourse
The Innanet

Random Discourse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 38:03


Cee discusses Halloween, Alpo, Joe Budden and how things get lost in translation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Modern Family Matters
Perdido en la Traducción: Exploring the Benefits of Hiring a Spanish Speaking Attorney for Your Family Law Case

Modern Family Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:27


Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Alan Nieczyporuk, and Billing Manager, Claudia Preciado, to discuss how hiring a bilingual attorney can help Spanish-speaking clients avoid misunderstandings with their attorney when discussing legal, financial and other personal matters within their case. This interview is discussed in both English and Spanish, and explores the following topics:•    Why it's important for a law firm to have a Spanish Speaking attorney available for representation. •    Why it's important for a client to consider a bilingual Spanish speaking attorney when navigating divorce, separation, custody, and other family law matters. •    How having an attorney who speaks your first language can not only help to develop trust, but result in better legal services. •    The benefits of reducing the need for interpretation services and translators in a legal case. •    Why problems can be multiplied when translating legal terminology, and how a Spanish-speaking attorney can help ensure important information isn't lost in translation.  Estaremos conversando con el Abogado Nieczyporuk y especialista de facturación Claudia Preciado, acerca de como el contratar a un abogado bilingüe, puede ayudar a las personas que hablan español, a evitar confusión y malentendidos, al discutir detalles de sus asuntos legales, económicos y personales. Esta entrevista sera en Ingles y Español. Alan estará hablando de los siguientes temas:  •    ¿Porque es importante que firmas de abogados tengan un abogado que hable español en su equipo? •    ¿Porque es importante que los clientes consideren un abogado bilingüe en su caso de lo familiar, ya sea divorcio, separación o un caso de custodia? •    ¿Come es que contratar a un abogado que hable tu idioma puede ayudar a crear una mejor experiencia y mejores resultados en su asunto legal? •    Los beneficios de no necesitar un traductor en su asunto legal •    Cuales son algunos de los problemas o imprevistos que pueden resultar al traducir terminología legal, y como es que un abogado que hable español puede evitar que informacion importante no se pierda al traducirse. If you would like to speak with one of our family law attorneys, please call our office at (503) 227-0200, or visit our website at https://www.landerholmlaw.com.Disclaimer: Nothing in this communication is intended to provide legal advice nor does it constitute a client-attorney relationship, therefore you should not interpret the contents as such.

Ideas from CBC Radio (Highlights)
Shakespeare in Translation

Ideas from CBC Radio (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 54:08


Translation is a form of “resurrection,” argues Canadian scholar Irena Makaryk. And in the 400 years since Shakespeare shuffled off this mortal coil, he has been resurrected too many times to count. In the final instalment of this year's IDEAS at Stratford, we consider what's lost in translation, what's found, and how translation can shine a new light on the ideas in a familiar story.

TRT Revolution Podcast
Episode 300 Part 2: Up Your Immune System And Boost Your Body's Resilience To Illness w/Danny Vega

TRT Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 86:57


Ours is a world riddled with disease, but that doesn't mean we're destined to catch any bug that comes along. If we steel our immune systems like we're preparing for battle, we can protect ourselves from just about anything.    The problem is, so much of what we've been taught about healthcare and preventative medicine has been skewed or lost in translation that many of us don't even know where to start. What should we be doing to boost our immune systems? Is there anything we should avoid altogether?   As part of our 300-episode special, Fat Fueled Family's Danny Vega returns to share how to become more resilient in the face of health threats.  Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways    The #1 thing we tend to forget when thinking about our immune systems Our physical health is undoubtedly important to our holistic wellbeing, but are we paying enough attention to our mental health?   Why a routine might be causing us to plateau We hear about the importance of routines all the time, but are we really doing ourselves any favors if that regimen sees us go from one section of the gym, to our cubicles at the office, and back again?    How to get more intuitive with our health It's great that we have access to others' research, but how much time are we dedicating to seeing what works for our own bodies?   Guest Bio-    Danny Vega is the co-founder of Fat Fueled Family, a podcast, blog and Youtube channel dedicated to helping families grow closer together through better health. Danny has an impressive track record in the health and fitness space, having served as a collegiate Strength and Conditioning coordinator for years. As a keto fan since 2016, today, Danny is passionate about helping others adapt to the lifestyle so they can live life to the fullest, every single day. Danny is the co-author of the children's book, Unexplainable Adventures.   To find out more, go to: http://www.instagram.com/dannyvega.ms https://fatfueled.family/ https://fatfueled.family/podcast https://fatfueled.family/blog https://www.youtube.com/fatfueledfamily http://www.instagram.com/unexplainableadvenures  http://unexaplainableadventures.com

NobodyAskdU Podcast
We Killin' Em, Go Best Friend

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 103:46


This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on the Hadid's. Yolanda Hadid accused GiGi's baby daddy, Zayn Malik, of striking her— He pled no contest to harassment charges. Did Yolanda's behavior give him a reason to act this way? Or is Zayn abusive on the low? In other news, AKA's are mad at Insecure, Boosie sounds insecure, and Boxer Tommy Fury wants to secure the bag by fighting Jake Paul. During LIT, Aprille talks about why Friends gets Lost in Translation by people who move more like your Enemy. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

Dreadful Tales
Halloween Special - Lost In Translation Bonus Clips

Dreadful Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 7:39


Tune in to a bonus clip to get a short sneak peek behind the GM screen of the inspiration for this year's Halloween special. Also, we have a couple of bloopers and gerbil trails for you to enjoy from our gameplay. And yes, we did mean to write gerbil. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/potatocandynetworkEmail: potatocandynetwork@gmail.comFacebook: Potato Candy NetworkTwitter: @potatocandynet Music Used: Sneaky Sloth by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Lurking Sloth by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.comMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Movie Amigos Podcast
Ep. 21 Kinda Like Acting (Anniversary)

Movie Amigos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 96:41


In this episode, the Amigos kinda celebrate their first anniversary as Movie Amigos while they kinda converse about the art of "acting!" We like movies and we're amigos. Join us and be our movie amigos. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movieamigospodcast/ Find us wherever you listen to podcasts! Letterboxd profiles: Gila https://letterboxd.com/gilasantos1/ Josh https://letterboxd.com/joshman972/ Juve https://letterboxd.com/mrfalcon/ Movies mentioned this episode: Titanic (1997) Air Bud (1997) 101 Dalmatians (1996) Mulan (1998) The Night of the Hunter (1955) Inglourious Basterds (2009) Perfect Blue / パーフェクトブルー (1997) Dragonball Evolution (2009) The Last Airbender (2010) Finding Nemo (2003) Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) Black Widow (2021) Midsommar (2019) Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) Abduction (2011) The Princess Diaries (2001) The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013) The Blind Side (2009) Mirror, Mirror (2012) Pretty Woman (1990) My Fair Lady (1964) The Sound of Music (1965) Notting Hill (1999) Runaway Bride (1999) Erin Brockovich (2000) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) Little Women (2019) The Suicide Squad (2021) Beauty and The Beast (2017) The Circle (2017) Toy Story (1995) Forrest Gump (1994) Lost in Translation (2003) The Terminal (2004) Twilight (2008) You've Got Mail (1998) Captain Phillips (2013) Marriage Story (2019) Les Misérables (2012) Fast Five (2011) Joker (2019) Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) Suicide Squad (2016) Transformers (2007) Jojo Rabbit (2019) Fighting with My Family (2019) Spider-Man (2002) The Lighthouse (2019) My Left Foot (1989) There Will Be Blood (2007) Nightcrawler (2014) Phantom Thread (2017) I, Tonya (2017) Good Time (2017) Hereditary (2018) Call Me By Your Name (2017) The Shining (1980) Gone Girl (2014) Black Swan (2010) Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999) Léon: The Professional / Léon (1994) The Prestige (2006) The Greatest Showman (2017) Hot Fuzz (2007) Maleficent (2014) Cinderella (2015) The Jungle Book (2016) Aladdin (2019) Lady and the Tramp (2019) Dumbo (2019) The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004) The Dark Knight Rises (2012) Alice in Wonderland (2010) Interstellar (2014) Ella Enchanted (2004) Miss Congeniality (2000) Gravity (2013) The Devil Wears Prada (2006) Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) La La Land (2016) Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Blue Valentine (2010) Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011) Finding Dory (2016) Onward (2020) The Godfather (1972) Shakespeare in Love (1998) Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) Luca (2021) The Boy (2016) The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) She's the Man (2006) Both intro and outro music: Beat provided by https://freebeats.io Produced by White Hot RELEASE CODE: 55514 For any inquiries: Email us at movieamigospodcast@gmail.com

Texas Take
Politically Lost in Translation

Texas Take

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 59:01


Why are Texas Republicans, including Gov. Abbott, embracing a chant that goes "Let's go Brandon"? Well, the answer actually informs just about everything happening in the state's politics at the moment. Plus the new Texas abortion law will be before the Supreme Court next week. Connect with Scott Braddock, editor of The Quorum Report, and Houston Chronicle political writer Jeremy Wallace.  Support the show: https://offers.houstonchronicle.com/?offerid=125&origin=newsroom&ipid=podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Awakener
Hysterical Reality

The Awakener

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 22:53


The Awakener and Agent Whittaker sit down to share a few laughs about the state of individuals residing on a different planet who seem lost in translation.

Jagbags
The Movies of Bill Murray: Which Are His Best?

Jagbags

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 126:18


Len and Beave discuss the life and work of the legendary Bill Murray over boxes of Mike & Ike, washed down with generous helpings of Crystal Light and Mr. Pibb. Which movies would be top seeds in your bracket? Where does Bill Murray rank in the all time SNL Pantheon? Which Wes Anderson movie is your favorite? And "Garfield" -- why? Plus NFL, the World Series, the future Bulls-Cavs Eastern Conference Finals, and the coming end of the Rolling Stone Top 500 Album rankings. OR IS IT?? Tune in and tell a friend!

Epic Life Church
Lost in Translation - "Women in Leadership" - Audio

Epic Life Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 46:30


Most of the Bible is very clear and easy to understand, but there are some passages that require more study to understand because we don't speak the original languages the Bible was written in and we are 2,000 years removed from the culture. Today we will dig deeper into passages that have been twisted for hundreds of years and have greatly limited the role of women in many churches worldwide. Listen in and let the truth set you FREE!

It's Training Cats and Dogs!
Lost in Translation - Part One - with Lauren Rubin

It's Training Cats and Dogs!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 44:25


In part one of my chat with Lauren Rubin, we talk about the challenges of dog and cat coexistence when they don't understand each other's body language and how sometimes you just need to keep your pets seperated. Key Moments[01:13] Two Truths and a Lie [03:18] Cast of Characters [08:27] Trainers make mistakes too [10:40] Integration and management with introducing established dog to puppy [15:18] Practicing small stress behaviors [16:41] Alternative behavior [17:33] Differential reinforcement: Introducing dog to cat [20:02] Keeping animals permanently separated [24:50] Accidentally reinforcing unwanted behavior [27:49] Breaking down predictable interactions [31:01] Management is not sexy but it is necessary [34:45] Dogs and cats speak different body languages [36:08] Case study - A failed case of coexistence Key Linkshttps://my.captivate.fm/praiseworthypets.com/guide (The PETS Process Guide)

KZradio הקצה
Radia.fm w. Meira Asher: Lost in Translation + radiAphonium //23.10.21

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 54:11


Dreadful Tales
Halloween Special - Lost In Translation Final Episode

Dreadful Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 44:51


In the conclusion of out Call of Cthulhu Halloween one shot, the investigators have several clues to put together. But what will they do when they learn what happens when you read from the books the Keeper gives you? Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/potatocandynetworkemail: potatocandynetwork@gmail.comFacebook: Potato Candy NetworkTwitter: @potatocandynet Music: “Impending” by Hayden Folker | https://soundcloud.com/hayden-folkerMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US 

NobodyAskdU Podcast
The Rap Girls Are Getting Along

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 113:11


This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on Brian Laundrie. Five weeks after the manhunt began, his “remains” were found a few miles away from his parent's home in Florida. Was this a cover-up by his parents alone? Or was the FBI/law enforcement in on it too? In other news, Alec Baldwin accidentally killed Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust”, Cardi B is setting herself up for a role on “YOU”, and Ben Simmons set the sports world on fire with claims of mental health issues. During LIT, Aprille talks about why calling yourself a “Fan of football “ gets Lost In Translation because not all fans are created equal. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

The Well @ Surf City
1 Timothy 2

The Well @ Surf City

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 49:46


Egalitarian vs Complimentarian views getting lost in translation.

Divcast
Series 1 Episode 8 Daniel Castelo

Divcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 31:30


Rev. Todd Maberry joins one of our newest faculty members, Dr. Daniel Castelo, to discuss what it is like to join our community, what can be lost in translation, and how family can support our stories. They also face questions such as, is theological work an act of worship or a spiritual discipline? Can a siesta be the key to surviving life as a night owl? Join us for this lively conversation. You can find the books Dr. Castelo mentioned, The Cost of Discipleship and These Truths, through their publishers. You can stream the show Monk on Amazon Prime. Dr. Castelo is the William Kellon Quick Professor of Theology and Methodist Studies at Duke Divinity School. He joins two other new faculty this fall and you can learn more about all the new faculty and their  scholarship here. The Pentecost Window mentioned in this episode is found on the ground floor of the Westbrook Building. You can register for an on-campus visit here to see it in person.

OKC First | Unafraid
SERMON | "Lost In Translation"

OKC First | Unafraid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


David Boles: Human Meme
Simple Not Simpler

David Boles: Human Meme

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 10:42


We think we know what we know. Some believe Albert Einstein said -- scientific things must be made simple, not simpler -- but did he really say that? The truth of the point matters and the reality is often lost in translation.

Inspire and Tire (the new and Improved Bedtime Stories for Adults)

Nothing beats being able to converse in another's native tongue for so much is lost in translation. #language #podcast #inspire #inspiration --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspireandtire/message

Dreadful Tales
Halloween Special - Lost In Translation Ep 2

Dreadful Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 43:42


In our Halloween one shot, the crew of investigators traveled to find out what had kept their friend Professor Hird and began making their way to his home. What they find is anyone's guess though.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/potatocandynetworkemail: potatocandynetwork@gmail.comFacebook: Potato Candy NetworkTwitter: @potatocandynet Music: “Impending” by Hayden Folker | https://soundcloud.com/hayden-folkerMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US 

NobodyAskdU Podcast
Does Anyone Know Where Nicki Minaj is?

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 112:34


This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on Kyrie Irving, who can't play in the NBA until he gets vaccinated. Is he done playing basketball and just won't admit it? Or does he thrive off of the attention he gets? In other news, Nicki Minaj is not okay, Demi Lovato is not okay with the term Alian, and everyone on the Millennium tour is okay with self-sabotage. During LIT Aprille talks about why calling someone “Sensitive” gets Lost in Translation by people who don't respect your boundaries. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

CULTURE BINGE by Wisecrack
What's a Squid to a Game? - Culture Binge Episode #63

CULTURE BINGE by Wisecrack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 63:47


On the heels of the Squid Game craze, Michael, Raymond, and guest Alison Herman wonder what is being lost in translation, and then dive into the literary world drama of "Bad Art Friend." Check out our MERCH ► https://www.wisecrack.store/ Send us topics to binge!   Leave us a voicemail: +1 (213) 534-8807   Leave us an email: culturebinge@wisecrack.co Follow Us on Twitter! @michaeloburns (Michael) @creamatoria (Raymond) @alisonherman2006 (Alison) Other Wisecrack Podcasts! Show Me the Meaning!: https://wscrk.com/302c9Zl Respect Our Authoritah!: https://wscrk.com/respect The Squanch: https://wscrk.com/squanch

Domínio Público (Rubrica)
15h: Homogamético, Sombra, André Carvalho na ZDB

Domínio Público (Rubrica)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 4:07


Homogamético mistura poesia feita por mulheres, música e vídeo na Tapada das Necessidades; filme «Sombra» de Bruno Gascon chega hoje aos cinemas; André Carvalho apresenta «Lost in Translation» hoje na ZDB

Domínio Público (Rubrica)
13h: Rita Vian, André Carvalho na ZDB

Domínio Público (Rubrica)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:51


Rita Vian nas Manhãs da 3 sobre como conheceu Branko; André Carvalho apresenta «Lost in Translation» hoje na ZDB, em Lisboa

FRIGHT SCHOOL
179 - Accidentally a Musical - The Wicker Man (1973)

FRIGHT SCHOOL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 69:22


Welcome back to Fright School! We're still celebrating Spooky Season and starting to watch our favorite Halloween movies and shows! Joe has been watching SQUID GAMES. Joshua checked out THE ADDAMS FAMILY 2. We chat about foreign films and what might get lost in translation. Maybe we're all way smarter and cooler than Hollywood gives us credit for? This week we are continuing our Folk Horror explorations with the original THE WICKER MAN! This is another film that is considered part of the "Unholy Trinity" of Folk Horror that helped define the genre. We discuss the particular cultural anxieties of Christian men, the echoes of pagan faiths in Catholocism, interpreting the film from different social positions, and wonder if we can all agree that Howie is a dick. Grab your lute, since we're in an accidental musical, and join us 'round the sacrificial pyre! Summer is icumen in! Loudly sing Cuckoo! Eerie Earfuls Vol. I: Haunted Sounds of Halloween Night on BANDCAMP Just in time for Halloween, Lonely Spectre Productions brings you a retro-inspired Halloween sounds album that innovates the platform. Recommended Reading/Viewing: Official Theatrical Trailer THE WICKER MAN (1973) The Wicker Man (Robin Hardy, 1973) by Daniel Lammin The Wicker Man and the horrors of denialism By Sean T. Collins The unforgettable pyre: How The Wicker Man changed the face of horror by Ed Power A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss (Part 2 of 3) Home Counties Horror Extra Credit: Check out THE LIST WE MISSED "Have you seen this movie? Nope, but we'll put it on the list!" Besties AJ & Jacki will finally get to "the list" and watch all of the movies that they told people they would watch. We can't wait for the RENEGADE FILM FESTIVAL! Follow all of their social media for updates! We hope to see you there! FOLLOW US! Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkTree EXTRA CREDIT: WE HAVE ALL NEW TEES AND MERCH AVAILABLE! WE KNOW PODCASTING! There would be no Fright School without the incomparable assistance of one Matt Kelly. Now you can benefit from his and co-founder of WE KNOW PODCASTING Chris Fafalios' 25+ years of combined experience to take your show to the next level. They want to share their experience with you, giving you a leg up on the competition. In a world of run-of-the-mill podcasts, you can stand out from the crowd with a professional and engaging show! Fright School Recommended Texts: Creepy Bitches: Essays On Horror From Women In Horror by Alyse Wax, Rebekah McKendry, PhD. and more! Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror by Robin R Means Coleman The Horror Genre: From Beelzebub to Blair Witch by Paul Wells Men, Women, and Chain Saws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film by Carol J. Clover Monsters in the Closet: Homosexuality and the Horror Film by Harry Benshoff The Monster Show: A Cultural History of Horror by David J. Skal Projected Fears by Kendall R. Phillips Support FRIGHT SCHOOL by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/fright-school Find out more at https://fright-school.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Dreadful Tales
Halloween Special - Lost In Translation Ep 1

Dreadful Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 43:04


We interrupt your Halloween season for a special Call of Cthulhu one shot. Join us in Victorian London as Marie takes the Keeper chair to lead the crew out of the city to meet with an old friend. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/potatocandynetworkemail: potatocandynetwork@gmail.comFacebook: Potato Candy NetworkTwitter: @potatocandynet Music: "Impending" by Hayden Folker | https://soundcloud.com/hayden-folkerMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US 

Welcome to Frank's Unsolicited Advice

I recorded this episode over a month ago, was thinking of re-recording it this delayed me releasing it. But I chose not to and release it. This episode I talk about how when we are given a message a part of it is lost in the deliverance. Whether the person delivering the message leaves parts out or tells the story to benefit themselves. Sometimes we say things to make a person look bad or like the villain and not the way it is suppose to be seen. You do not see it until you are either in the mix of it or actually stepping out of the picture to see it for yourself. I hope you enjoy it.

I Hope They Hear This
Ep.119 - I Hope People Who Watched “Squid Game” Hear This (Guest: Andrew Song)

I Hope They Hear This

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 71:26


Andrew and I sat down together to talk about “Squid Game.” Currently the most popular TV show on Netflix, “Squid Game” is a show produced in South Korea. We talk about what we thought of the show, ask each other what we thought of different aspects of the show, explain some of the cultural story elements that may have been lost in translation, and our predictions of what may come in the future. Any and all feedback can be transmitted via: Email: IHTHTPodcast@gmail.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/ihopetheyhearthis --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ihtht/support

The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast

Lisa Vielee is President at Well Done Marketing, a 15-yer-old full-spectrum, strategic, creative, and technical agency that provides design, branding, content marketing, public relations, and digital strategy services . . . but not traditional media-buying.  Lisa claims this small, independent agency is unusual for its size in that it has a full web development team and can “go straight from web design to UX, UI, and development, testing, and then continue with ongoing maintenance web development. Lisa explains that “design to development” can be a rocky handoff – but keeping everything “in agency” eliminates this problem. Today, websites, which used to be one-and-done “catalogs,” require constant updating to make sure they provide great customer experience, enhance and support the customer journey, and align with changing customer needs. New business comes into Well Done in one of three ways—through referrals, through “the dreaded RFP process, and finally, and through outbound sales. Dedicated service managers serve as primary points of contact for clients, represent the agency's team for the client and the client internally, and bring in the staff with required skill sets as they are needed. Lisa believes the agency's small size of 30-some employees promotes nimbleness and the ability to maximize budgets. The agency's clients present the agency with “problems to be solved” but solutions now are far more comprehensive than they were in the past. Lisa says it is important to “not just focus on the initial creative strategy” (which tends to live short term inside a campaign) but to take a wider view and develop marketing strategies aligned with long term business and brand goals. She says marketing, is “more than just distribution channels and the4 Ps” (product, price, place, promotion)—marketing needs a seat at the C table.  Lisa feels it is important to mentor younger people and asks them to define their “end goals” and “their visions of success.” She explains that some people may want to create a company, sell it, and become millionaires. Others may want a tight, small, focused team that provides meaningful service and personal satisfaction. Still, others just want to come to work and do a good job, day in and day out. Lisa says these are all valid and that, no matter what each individual is pursuing as success, Well Done will work to keep them challenged.  Lisa, who refers to herself as a “communications generalist,” did not start her career at Well Done Marketing. After earning a degree in journalism, she almost immediately went to the “dark side,” and worked in a variety of public relations positions. When her political candidate/employer lost an election, Lisa started her own PR firm . . . which grew until she had a choice, she either had to start saying “no” or add employees. She met with an old friend, Ken Honeywell, to ask him to mentor her and help her grow to the next level.  But Ken Honeywell had other ideas. He and a fellow freelance writer had started Well Done Marketing by outsourcing their services to other agencies. As they grew, they added visual and strategic skills and data management. Now, Ken wanted to add public relations to his firm's offerings. He brought Lisa on board to add PR and with the intention of grooming her to take over the agency's leadership as he started his 5- to 8-year journey toward retirement.  Six years in, Lisa understands the culture, knows where the agency excels and has developed her vision for the agency's future. Ken will be retiring at the end of the year. Lisa says the hardest part for her in stepping into the role of president has been giving up day-to-day client interaction. Her focus now is on agency-level problems and issues, expanding the agency from a regional to a national “marketing force,” and making it a legacy that lives beyond this transition in leadership. Lisa is available on her agency's website at Welldonemarketing.com. Transcript Follows: ROB: Welcome to the Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast. I'm your host, Rob Kischuk, and I'm joined today by Lisa Vielee, President at Well Done Marketing based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Welcome to the podcast, Lisa. LISA: Thanks, Rob. It's good to be here. ROB: It's excellent to have you here. Why don't you give us an introduction to Well Done Marketing and what you do that is so well done? LISA: Well Done Marketing is a 15-year shop here in Indianapolis. We're a full-service marketing agency. We like to say that if it's strategic, creative, or technical, we probably do it. That's everything from design, branding, content marketing, public relations, digital strategy. Also, kind of unusual for an agency our size as a small/mid-size agency, we have a full web development team. So we can go straight from web design to UX, UI, and development, testing, and then ongoing maintenance for our clients, which is really great because sometimes that handoff from design to development can be a little rocky and some things can get lost in translation. That's part of the reason why we brought it in-house. For the most part, unless it's traditional media buying, you can find it here at Well Done. ROB: That's an interesting evolution, because for a time – and this may be part of your transition – web development used to be kind of one-and-done. It seems to me now that a website is never really done and needs to be adjusted alongside everything else that's going on with the brand. LISA: Absolutely. Websites have gone from brochures online to really more of a customer experience. It's the first thing people see and learn about your company, so keeping that content fresh has really evolved from being just updating blog posts to updating everything on your site and making sure it aligns with what the customer wants. The customer journey is paramount, and I think that's where having data and content and having that come together makes a lot of sense, and being able to change that in real time helps us as an agency, and we think helps our clients be really competitive in the market. ROB: Right. It turns it from this big event into just part of the cadence. I totally understand that. Can you maybe give us a picture through the lens of a particular client? What's a walk-through of a typical-ish client engagement for you? Who are you working with? What are the touchpoints? LISA: For any advertising agency, there's probably no such thing as a “typical” client. The clients that we love to work with are the clients that come to us with an overall problem to be solved. It used to be that was always an agency of record, but now it tends to be a project comes in and they recognize that marketing partners such as ourselves can help them do more than put a piece of content or an advertising campaign together. One of our philosophies is to not just focus on the initial creative strategy, but to really take a step back whenever we can and focus on the marketing strategy. That's really more aligned with business goals and brand goals, whereas a campaign – creative strategy tends to live in that campaign, that short term. For a lot of our clients, they'll come to us for a project and then find that we're asking questions and going outside of our lane, giving advice to them that goes beyond the campaign. Even if they don't continue with us, our hope is that we can help that marketing person or that marketing director really understand why they need a seat at the table in the C-suite, and that marketing is really more than just distribution channels and the 4 Ps. ROB: Right. As you talk about the range of services that you work with clients on, how are you then structuring the client engagement and the team around them? How are you establishing the primary point of contact and how do you bring people to the team around them? What's that structure look like? LISA: We have dedicated service managers responsible for all of our clients. They're the primary point of contact. Then we bring in people as needed. Again, as a small independent agency, we can be a little more nimble. We can maximize budgets that way. So we'll tell clients, with the exception of the initial kick-off meeting, where you want everybody at the table – other than that, you will see people when you need them at whatever stage of the process you're in. That account manager's responsibility is not only to represent our team for the client, but also to represent the client internally. ROB: It's such a key relationship and it's always interesting to think about how to structure it, because it's really make or break. There's a lot of stake there in that role. LISA: There absolutely is. A lot of agencies get started with the trifecta. You've got a creative person, a writer, a designer, and an account service person. For us, that's not really how we started. Our two founders were both freelancers, so they started with this loose coalition of freelancers. The two people were writers, and they started an agency based on providing good content. Their first clients were typically other agencies. Along the way, our founder decided that we could do more, that it really was about how he and his partner were thinking as well as the content that came out of it. So as the agency evolved, we found it made sense to show how that thinking works visually, strategically, through buys, through data management, and ultimately – my background's in PR, so also in how we were communicating to different stakeholders. ROB: Absolutely. I think you bring us to an important part of the conversation. You mentioned the founders of the firm, you mentioned those older parts. You've taken us through a little bit of the origin story, but let's talk about your journey into the firm, what you were up to before, and what it looked like to dive into Well Done, and now you're the president. LISA: I am a proud communications generalist. I graduated with a degree in journalism, went over to the dark side and started working in public relations almost immediately, and over the course of my career, I've worked in internationally recognized nonprofits; I've done a stint in two or three different agencies of different sizes. I worked in state government, and then, as is typically the case in government, eventually your candidate loses. When my candidate lost, I took some time to think about what I wanted to do and how I wanted to balance my work and life. I decided to hang my own shingle. You get to a point as a freelancer where you have to decide if you're going to start saying no to preserve your own sanity or if you're going to add people. I have trouble saying no, so I started adding additional people. Ken Honeywell, our founder, and I have known each other forever. Indianapolis is known as one of those “small town” big cities. Everybody seems to know everybody, and in the marketing and advertising space, we all have tended to work with each other or for each other. So Ken and I have known each other for years. We came to a point where I actually asked him to go to lunch because I wanted to ask him how to take the next step. I was under five employees; he at the time had about 20, and I wanted to ask him to be my mentor and really help me grow. It was a fun conversation because his answer was, “Well, sure, I'd be happy to help you, but I was hoping we could take this conversation in a different direction. I think we need to add PR, and why don't you come on board? And oh, by the way, I think you'd be a great successor and a great leader for Well Done.” Really, it was one of those I was looking through a door and he opened the window, and we started having that conversation. From the beginning, we were very intentional about not only how to add that service line and that different way of approaching a customer's communication needs, but also how we were going to approach the internal management of the agency. The staff immediately knew that it was a sign that Ken was going to retire. We always said it was a 5- to 8-year journey so that I could learn the culture, I could really come in and understand where we did our best work and what that meant, and also put my vision together for the second generation of leadership. And now here we are 6 years later, and it's bittersweet because Ken is retiring at the end of the year, but everyone is ready. Not ready as in “Get out of here,” but ready in terms of we know where we've been, where we're going, how our story is evolving. ROB: What I'm hearing you say is first day in the door, you were going from around five people in your organization to maybe around 30 or so? What was that jump in responsibility? LISA: Yeah, I was employee #24. In the last few years, we've added people. I think we're now at mid-30s. I'd like to think that bringing my company in was a good addition because we've been able to add clients and add people. But the other thing that I've realized, again, as that communications generalist, is I was well-positioned to understand the agency from a business perspective. A lot of agencies that are started the way ours started don't necessarily have the greatest business structure. I take this role of president really seriously in that I've given up being involved on the day-to-day – which was really, really hard. That was probably my biggest challenge at first. I didn't want to give up that day-to-day client interaction and being involved in solving their problems. It took me a couple of years, but I realized after time that my job was to solve the problems and issues of the agency and working on the agency. That's really set us up for success going forward because my leadership team, we have big dreams. We want to grow from a regional company to a more nationally recognized agency. And having someone at the helm of that is a really important part to making that happen. ROB: Was that the hardest part to let go of? The last responsibility you wanted to give up was working directly with the clients, then? LISA: It's been a 5-year journey. To be fully transparent, I am turning over the reins for my last client next month. ROB: That's progress, right? I think you highlight a neat opportunity for the entire services industry. There's seemingly always room for the next wave of companies to rise up from nothing to regional player to national player. Some of them get bought along the way and some of them stand strong. It's a great journey to be on. LISA: Yeah, I think so. It's exciting, for sure. In my experience, from the places where I've worked, a lot of agencies, especially in the Midwest – we're very humble people. It's kind of scary to share that big goal. But again, to have a founder who is so willing to help his baby get to the next step and bring on someone that can really make it become a legacy – because that's the other thing. Agencies tend to come and go as the founders come and go. It's been a real gift to have this opportunity to really work with our leadership team and envision where we want to go and make it something that can be a legacy for our founder. ROB: When you start to think about growth, there's lots of struggles, but there's a couple that constantly come into play. It's sales and execution in the services business overall. I think one of the hardest things to get predictable for an agency can be seeing a lane to predictable growth beyond – I think sometimes we just feel like we luck into business, we get referrals, we grow organically. How have you thought about scaling growth? I think that can be very intimidating. LISA: That's an interesting question, because we've tried several different models for that. We have had a couple of new business directors and have found – and maybe it's just my poor hiring, but we've had people that are great networkers and can open doors, but are not salesmen, and we've had people that are great salespeople but don't necessarily understand the agency business. We have now made business development a responsibility of our accounts team and really have encouraged anyone that has that dream client or that industry that they bring some expertise or they want to grow in, to bring that to the table, and we'll start looking for connections. I might be dating myself here, but it's a little bit like seven degrees of Kevin Bacon. Eventually we sit down and realize that there's no such thing as a cold lead. ROB: Right. What I hear you saying is that the accounts team function in an opportunity identification mode, and then it's more of a team sport after that. LISA: Yeah, it is. Let me take a step back. New business comes in in one of three ways. We've mentioned referrals; that's always a primary source, especially from clients who believe in what you do and think you're a good partner. There's always the dreaded RFP process. [laughs] It's a necessary evil of our business and can result in really good work. Then the third piece is that outbound sales. I think this is a place where ecommerce, SaaS companies – obviously, you get into the retail and consumer market, people do really well. But professional services tend to have a struggle in carving out time for that. I think that's the difference. That's where the lead really happens for a small agency to become more of a mid-size regional player: by recognizing that you have to sell yourself a little bit as well and go after some of those big fish. For a long time, we talked about how we were punching above our weight class. I've really challenged our team to start thinking, maybe we're in our weight class. Let's just punch where we are because we can do the work and we bring a special kind of strategy and thinking to the table that helps distinguish us from some of our larger competitors who may have scaled to such a size that the process is there, and it works for their clients, but we're a little bit scrappier. ROB: Right. There's an extent to which I think unless an organization is very intentional about seeking a particular size of opportunity – I know very small consultancies that pursue very large clients, and we've talked to a couple of agencies on the podcast that are 800 people and they're working with local plumbers. Those are the exceptions. Everything else seems like, to an extent, the right size opportunity ends up matching your speed. I can't quite explain the serendipity of it, but it seems the size of opportunity comes to you when you're ready for it, to an extent. LISA: Yeah, I completely agree. Serendipity is a great word. I have always referred to it as karma. One of the things any company has to do, in my opinion, as they grow is have the ability to say no. That's the local plumber thing. It's really hard to say no to business, especially – we're a 15-year agency; we lived through the recession. We're currently living through COVID, and third and fourth generation of COVID. There's a tendency to just take any work as it comes. I'm a firm believer that if you say “No, thank you” with a referral – “Let me hook you up with someone that might be a better fit” – that's karmic, and people remember that. They remember that you're good people, and when the time is right, that's going to come back around and it's going to serve you. ROB: Something I think you alluded to when you mentioned the SaaS companies, the startups, the software companies – it seems that sometimes service companies, agencies, will try to borrow maybe a little bit too much from those playbooks, and in the process they'll try to act like a SaaS company that's trying to sell $500 a month widgets, which is never going to feed the business sufficiently. How have you thought about the right granularity of sales? It sounds like by surfacing the leads through a thoughtful process with the team, you're avoiding this kind of “Let's blast the universe and everyone who could be our customer.” LISA: You couldn't have said it better. On my drive in to work, I listen to marketing podcasts much like this one, and I wish I could remember where I heard it so I could attribute it correctly, but I heard someone talk about issuing a challenge to agencies to decide where they live on a continuum. Are you an agency that makes things, or are you an agency that thinks things? So a true consultancy, which has become a bad word, or that widget-maker? I like to think Well Done leans more to the thinking things side. We're not a good fit for people that need widgets. We're going to be too expensive, or our process is going to be too frontloaded, or frankly you're going to get frustrated because we are interested in creating your brochure or your website. We're really interested in understanding not only how to find a solution for your problem, but why is your problem a problem? So we tend to really look at context as well as content. Our model is very audience-centric, and that means our client – we get that our clients have 1,000 things to think about. For us, we're thinking about them 100% of the time we're working on the account, but for them, our work is only a part of it. If we can ask smart questions, help them consider things outside of our little part of it, and take some of that off their plate simply by understanding the context in which they're working, then for us, that's really when we're successful at our job. ROB: That makes sense. You're going to naturally match pace with some of those clients that look like where you are as an organization and where you're comfortable. In the startup world, they talk about – not that we're hunting animals; people won't like that metaphor – but the question, are you hunting rabbits or deer or elephants? You need to know, because those tasks all take specific tools, specific teams, specific tactics, and you're going to have to build the whole organization around it. Or you're just going to wait around and see what falls into the trap, I guess might be the metaphor. [laughs] LISA: [laughs] And it requires some strength of character as an organization as well. When you hunt elephants, that's a longer play. It takes more people. You've got to see the elephant from every side, and there's some risk involved with that. So it's building some of that internal trust that this is going to be the right fit for us; this is going to fit our mission. For Well Done, our mission is to do good in the world and work with clients who are doing good in the world. That's not a fit for everybody. Yeah, sure, we could – what's the other analogy? – shoot fish in a barrel, as long as we're on the hunting theme here. You could shoot fish in a barrel and get all of those little projects pretty easily, but it doesn't help an agency grow, and frankly, in my experience, I don't think it is satisfying for people that really have a passion for this industry. ROB: Lisa, as you reflect on your tenure with Well Done, but also leading into that, what are some lessons you've learned along the way that you might want to go back and tell yourself to do things a little bit differently if you were starting over? LISA: Some of it is really personal to me and my personality, so I'm not sure how helpful this'll be, but all the personality tests I've taken, I'm a driver, I'm a high D, Type A. One of the things I've learned along the way is the bull in a china shop method is really not effective. It really, really is not effective. It really is about listening and learning and creating a culture of mentorship. Up, down, sideways, we all have something that we can teach one another. I think when I stopped moving and sat and observed this agency – and that was really a gift, to have that time to do that – that was when I recognized that the sum is greater than the parts. I know it sounds kind of cliché to say that, but you've got to focus on people as well as profits. I get a lot of questions from our team about “How big is big enough? How large are we going to grow?” It's really hard to put a concrete number to that for someone like me. It really is about we will be too big when we can't focus on our people and also maintain a profit that allows us to grow. That's the best answer I can give. That's when I'll know that we've grown too large: when our culture and our mission start to suffer. ROB: That is so much the answer that I think is hard to learn and hard to articulate. Start with the mission. What is the mission? We actually had a situation where our team said, “We're too small to be the partner that we want to be for clients right now in every respect.” But that's part of the goal of the mission: to have a place to go to. If you're not doing it anymore, then you realize you're not on the mission and it's too big. LISA: That's really interesting. I know several companies here locally that have actually decided to downsize because they weren't able to provide what they felt was best. I applaud that. I'm at a stage in my career where it's really important to me to start giving back to younger professionals, and one of the things I tell the people that I mentor is to really understand how you define success. Success doesn't have to be creating a company that gets bought and you're suddenly a millionaire. For some people, that's exactly what success looks like. But for other people it really is having a tight, small team and staying in your lane and providing the service that is meaningful for you and allows that personal satisfaction. I think generationally, that is starting to change. I think the younger generation gets the fact that there needs to be some personal satisfaction and that the career ladder is not maybe as important as it used to be, and the focus on personal growth. That's something that, again, talking about listening, we try to understand as people come on board. What is your vision of success? What is your end goal? If you want to go from production designer to designer to art director to creative director, if we know that, we can help provide a better career for you and also know that you are interested in growing with us. But you know what? If you want to come in and do your job effectively, day in and day out, there is absolutely room for that as well, and we're going to try to keep you challenged. That's something as an industry I think marketing and advertising needs to come to terms with: people that just want to come and do a great job every day are still so valuable to the organization. ROB: Yeah, it's a very timely both challenge and opportunity. In this time, I think a lot of people have reconsidered what kind of role they want to do, and when and where. People who want to max out compensation can play that game, and some people who want to do meaningful work can play that game, but they might want to do it differently from how they were doing it let's say two years ago. LISA: Yeah, it's a totally different way to think about business, and that can be a challenge, to be that kind of flexible organization. And again, there are very large agencies that are doing it really well. It just depends on where you want to go and what your definition of success is. But I think to your point, it also is really important that we change the business mindset to fit the people that are coming into it. ROB: Lisa, when people want to find you and connect with you and Well Done Marketing, where should they go to track you down? LISA: Well, they'd better go to the web, because I just said that's where everybody starts. [laughs] The nice thing about our name is it's really searchable. Welldonemarketing.com is our address. If you're in Indianapolis, we say our door is always open. We're right next to a Mexican restaurant with great margaritas, so you can come and see us too. ROB: That's wonderful. I do recommend a visit to Indianapolis. I've enjoyed some time there, for certain. Thank you so much, Lisa, for coming on the podcast and sharing your journey and the story of Well Done. LISA: Thanks, Rob. It's been a really great discussion. ROB: Be well. Thank you. Thank you for listening. The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast is presented by Converge. Converge helps digital marketing agencies and brands automate their reporting so they can be more profitable, accurate, and responsive. To learn more about how Converge can automate your marketing reporting, email info@convergehq.com, or visit us on the web at convergehq.com.

Belle Makes Twelve
Belle Makes Twelve - Part 2

Belle Makes Twelve

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 15:00


Meet Cute Presents: Belle Makes Twelve - Part 2, an audio rom-com where Danny meets Roz in Spain and tries not to allow his feelings to get lost in translation.Follow @MeetCute on Instagram and @ListenMeetCute on Twitter.Story by Magi Calcagne. Produced and Directed by Julia Thompson. Sound Editing and Mixing by Zubin Hensler. Original music by Ellie Goulding. Starring: Becca Kauffman, Sura Siu, Jen Goma, Hannah Calder, Shamon Williams. Artwork by Lucia Pham.Please subscribe and rate us 5 stars!

NobodyAskdU Podcast
Why You Always Hatin'

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 114:59


This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on Britney Spears being released from her conservatorship. Did her father make her situation worse? Or should everyone stop commenting on Spears family business? In other news, Lizzo called Chris Brown her favorite F——g person, R.Kelly is going to Prison for being a terrible person, and IATSE is striking because people are tired of terrible treatment and disrespect. During LIT Aprille talks about why complimenting someone gets Lost in Translation by people who don't know how to keep negative comments to themselves. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

Certified Noonas Podcast - kdrama, kpop, and more
Certified Newsnas: Lost in Translation

Certified Noonas Podcast - kdrama, kpop, and more

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 85:06


It's time for another news episode! Listen as we discuss some of the stories that came out during the past month or so. Time codes can be found on our blog post: https://bit.ly/2YpV4g1 We'd love to hear from you! Send us a message certifiednoonas@gmail.com or on our socials @CertifiedNoonas. Send your questions that we'll answer during our livestream to askanoona@gmail.com. Like our content and want access to some fun extras? Consider becoming a member of our Found Family and support us on Patreon: pateron.com/CertifiedNoonas. 

STOP! Hammer Time - The West Ham Podcast

Phil Whelans and Jim Grant are joined by Sam Delaney to catch up after Leeds and Man United and look forward to Rapid Wien and Brentford. Check out Review From The Terrace that kicks off with distinctly Scottish view of Braveheart. You'll love it! westhampodcast.com @westhampodcast Produced by Paul Myers Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright

NobodyAskdU Podcast
Let Black Writer's Live

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 119:54


This week on Nobody Askd U- Lauren gives the LoDown on Black Twitter. They've been known to cancel Black TV Writers like Lena Waithe and Shonda Rhimes. Are they overly critical of people they should support? Or are people reacting to an inability to watch trauma with no comedy? In other news, The Emmys So White was trending, Missing White Woman Syndrome was introduced, and Kelly Price was “missing”… for a few hours. During LIT, Aprille talks about why the word disgusting gets Lost in Translation during moments of desperation, but Lauren can't relate. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

Savage Interludes
Episode 095: Lost in Translation

Savage Interludes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 48:16


The B-Team returned to discuss interpereting published adventures for your tabletop. Chapter Markers: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:57 - Patron Praisings 00:02:35 - Main Topic: Interpereting Adventures 00:45:32 - Outro 00:46:46 - Laura's Joke

Misty and Ike Ruin the Internet
Bill Murray • Episode 302 • Misty and Ike

Misty and Ike Ruin the Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 17:19


Bill Murray • Episode 302 • Misty and IkeThe star of a few of our all time FAVORITE movies!Caddyshack, Lost in Translation, Groundhog Day.  Man, the list really could go on and on.But ...here's the thing- Bill Murray is just an incredibly unique human being.  Aside from all of his perfect roles, he has a knack for just doing things his own way.  Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.Come listen to some of the Wins and the loses.And while you are at it- leave us a review or a rating on whatever platform you are listening on!How much does a hot air balloon cost?   What happens when you get abducted by an alien?   Who died on the set of The Wizard of Oz?   Frasier VS Seinfeld, Old School VS Stepbrothers, Chris Farley VS John Candy?   What happens in a city after the Olympics are over?  Misty Roberts and Isaac Heckert are gonna talk about cool sh*t for 15 minutes everyday and have fun doing it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/MistyandIke)

NobodyAskdU Podcast
My Cousin's Friend's Balls

NobodyAskdU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 126:12


This week on NobodyAskdU- Lauren gives the LoDown on Nicki Minaj. Her tweets about The Vax caused a lot of confusion and a lot of outrage. Was her message taken entirely out of context? Or is the bigger issue Nicki's unwillingness to accept that she's wrong? In other news, nobody followed the theme at the Met Gala, nobody knew about The VMA‘s, and nobody knows what happened to Gabby Petito. During LIT, Aprille talks about why stealing gets Lost in Translation by someone who has the right to keep the item(s) you “loaned” them. We also give other opinions Nobody Askd for. Listen to them on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and probably wherever else you get your podcasts. NobodyAskdU.com.

The Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast with Daniel Bauer

Ann Marie Luce is a proud scholar practitioner who believes that our moral imperative as leaders is to build the capacity of others through service, strengths-based support and coaching.  As an educator and school principal Ann Marie has served a variety of communities in Canada, China and the United States.  Currently Ann Marie is  the Head of School at Kehoe-France Southshore in New Orleans, LA.  She has recently completed her  Educational Doctorate at Gonzaga University where her research focused on how leaders develop their cultural intelligence to lead in a global context. Ann Marie believes in pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone and taking risks as demonstrated by her decision to leave a stable career in Ontario to take on the challenge of leading a Canadian International School in Beijing, China.  Having taught and led in diverse school communities in Ontario, China and the USA Ann Marie believes that trust, transparency and collaboration are the keys to success for school leadership.  As a leader building relationships and developing people are the highest calling of leadership and offer the greatest impact on student learning.     Show Highlights Expand opportunities to control burn out, whack-a-mole, and traumatic leadership experiences. The leadership skill that gets lost in translation.  How to improve the gap in Leadership Cultural Intelligence? Navigate impact and develop the ability to culturally code switch.  Key components, knowledge, strategy, and action to improve relationships. Avoid approaching leadership from a deficit lens. Develop Asset-based thinking, as opposed to deficit-based thinking.  Understand how to lead in a different culture or how culture impacts leadership. “It's your job to adapt and change and be flexible based on what their cultural norms are, not necessarily what yours are. Those are pieces I learned along the way through my research and experience. How to be a better leader, how to have a deeper understanding of culture, and its impact on my leadership.” -Dr Ann Marie Luce   Full Transcript Dr Ann Marie Luce Transcript   Ann Marie Luce's Resources & Contact Info:   Leading with Cultural Intelligence The Culture Map Compare countries - Hofstede Insights Twitter LinkedIn Instagram      Looking for more? Read The Better Leaders Better Schools Roadmap Join “The Mastermind” Read the latest on the blog   Show Sponsors HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Transform how you lead to become a resilient and empowered change agent with Harvard's online Certificate in School Management and Leadership. Grow your professional network with a global cohort of fellow school leaders as you collaborate in case studies bridging the fields of education and business. Apply today at http://hgse.me/leader.   TEACHFX School leaders know that productive student talk drives student learning, but the average teacher talks 75% of class time! TeachFX is changing that with a “Fitbit for teachers” that automatically measures student engagement and gives teachers feedback about what they could do differently.  Learn more about the TeachFX app and get a special 20% discount for your school or district by visiting teachfx.com/blbs.   ORGANIZED BINDER Organized Binder is the missing piece in many classrooms. Many teachers are great with the main content of the lesson. Organized Binder helps with powerful introductions, savvy transitions, and memorable lesson closings. Your students will grow their executive functioning skills (and as a bonus), your teachers will become more organized too. Help your students and staff level up with Organized Binder.   Copyright © 2021 Twelve Practices LLC