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Accent of Women
Remembering the Santa Cruz Massacre

Accent of Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022


The Santa Cruz massacre (also known as the Dili massacre) was the murder of at least 250 East Timorese pro-independence demonstrators in the Santa Cruz cemetery in the capital, Dili, on 12 November 1991, during the Indonesian occupation of East Timor and is part of the East Timor genocide.On today's program we speak to two East Timorese trade unionists, one based in East Timor, the other based in Melbourne Australia – both continuing the struggle for workers' rights and a free, independent East Timor - Elizabeth Araujo based in East Timor and Carla Chung in Australia.

Mufti Menk
Cash or Respect?

Mufti Menk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 40:26


Melbourne Australia 12 Nov 2022

Breakfast With Tiffany Show
Why Is It So Difficult For Trans People To Come Out And How To Build Courage? (Part 2)

Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 37:17


This is the continuation with Miss Katalyna from Melbourne Australia who reveals their journey advocating for LGBTQIA+ and local QTBIPOC. This will be Part TWO of a three part piece.Miss Katalyna is based in Naarm (Melbourne) on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. She is a TV Presenter of the first LGBTQI+ Multicultural cooking show “The Bent Spoon '' presented by Thorne Harbour Health. She is also one of the 3 co-founders of Trans Pride March Melbourne and the Trans Pride Concert alongside 2 other Trans advocates Sasja Sÿdek from Trans Sisters United and Rebeckah Loveday Miss Duchess Global 2021. Trans Pride March Melbourne will be Victoria's first trans lead March by the Melbourne trans community. Miss Katalyna started her advocacy 28 years ago when she was only 17yo as HIV/AIDS peer educator going into high schools and educating students about the importance of safe sex. During Victoria's first year of lockdown Miss Katalyna became a Remixer and a DJ who's first gig was for All The Queens Men at Melbourne Pride 2022 and more recently doing a set for the AUNTY party curated by Sam Gaskin and Johnny Hamilton, AUNTY is an event that celebrates local QTBIPOC excellence. Find Miss Katalyna's work here: https://linktr.ee/MissKatalynaBreakfast With Tiffany Show Youtube Channel ~  https://bit.ly/3vIVzhE For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail~breakfastwithtiffanyshow@outlook.comLeave our podcast a review, comment and ratings;Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93Apple Podcast (scroll further down in provided link to rate the episode) ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcastSupport the showBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshow Tiffany's Instagram Account ~ https://www.instagram.com/tiffanyrossdaleofficial/ For coaching sessions & programs with Tiffany, check out her official page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 96: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 96

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 124:23


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 96"Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman & Christine Ries Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint www.cowboysjukejoint.com01 Devil's Witches - Successive Slidings Of Pleasure - In All Her Forms (2022)02 Deadeye Navigator - Cloud Dweller - Retronoid (2022) 03 Black Mirrors - Snake Oil - Tomorrow will be without us (2022) 04 Marvelous Realities – Tumblewolf – Meantime (2014) 05 Titanosaur - No One Home - Single (2022) 06 Lie Heavy - Unbeliever - Weedian Trip to North Carolina (2022)07 Electric Yawn – JESTER's Last Dance – YTINASNiNSIGHT (2022) 08 Spaceslug - Spring Of The Abyss – Memorial (2021) 09 Temptations Wings - Sea of Woe - Marauders of the Killing Moon (2021) 10 Hag Bastard - Hot Damn - Hag Bastard (2022) 11 Vitskär Süden - Shepherds on the Roadside - The Faceless King (2022) 12 Nuestros Fantasmas – Una Hoguera Donde Quemar Todos Nuestros Miedos – Nuestros 13 Fantasmas (2020) 14 Hour Of 13 - His Majesty Of The Wood - Black Magick Rites (2021) 

The Fasting Highway
Episode 148 Ruth Gale an inspiring intermittent fasting journey losing 74 pounds 33 Kgs in nine months. A story also of courage and resilience.

The Fasting Highway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 56:01


Ruth is 55 years old, and she is from Melbourne Australia, she is the mother of two wonderful sons. (Fifteen and twenty y.o). Ruth works as a psychotherapist and Soul Companion primarily with people encountering death, dying, grief and loss. When she started her IF journey, she felt like it was the last throw of the dice in a lifelong struggle to be in a healthy, happy body. She feels she is about midway along, after 9 months of the IF lifestyle, which she started during a highly stressful period in her life and wants to encourage others to start exactly where they are. She is very much focused on progress and not perfection. Stats Age 55 HW 130kg (290lbs) 2/02/2022 CW 96.5kg (212lbs) 18/09/2022 = 33.5kg (74lbs) B - 124cms - 109 = 15cm W - 123cms - 95 = 29cm H - 154cm - 123 = 32cm I'm very much a work in progress. The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle. For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Enjoy The Show Graeme. Disclaimer all views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the guest and host. No part of this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical professional before starting any health plan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 95: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 95

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 125:39


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 95https://www.podomatic.com/.../2022-10-31T08_25_49-07_00Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint 01 Dirt Forge - Ascension - Interspheral (2022) 02 Fomies - Foggy Disposition - Sudden Lag (2022) 03 Dead Quiet - Moon Curser - Grand Rites (2022) 04 No Stone - Goodbye's Blues / Put Me In A Hole - Road Into The Darkness (Remastered) (2022) 05 Satanicos Marihuanos - La Mirada de la Muerte - La Mirada de la Muerte (2022) 06 Amon Acid - Demolition Wave - Cosmology (2022) 07 Pharm – Acolyte – Vortex (2022) 08 Moon Tooth – Carry Me Home – Phototroph (2022) 09 The Otolith - Ekpyrotic - Folium Limina (2022) 10 Ruby the Hatchet - Deceiver - Fear is a Cruel Master (2022) 11 Thrumm - Overdrive – Neon Dead (2022) 12 Soilwork - Death, I Hear You Calling - Övergivenheten (2022) 

Creative Ways Podcast
Turning your Dream Fabrics into a Huge Success through lockdown (2.5 years on)- Whimsy Kaleidoscope's creator Sheree

Creative Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 61:07


Back to tell us just how much Sheree's life has changed since launching her surface pattern business Whimsy Kaleidoscope, despite being in the world's longest lockdown in Melbourne Australia and having a not just day job but a full-time career. So many of you loved Sheree's brand and story I thought I would ask her back and boy has she followed those breadcrumbs to design a life that's filled with sell-out new collections, licensing and collaborations with successful brands.    Sheree talks about how vital it was for her to keep this as her side hustle at first, and now? Well, it looks like she's swapped the balance on its head!  Whimsy Kaleidoscope is Sheree's 80% focus each week now! Listen in to find out how Sheree works with brands, new products and fabric launches. Sheree's Takeaways  1. Your energy shows in your business, look after it and keep it aligned. 2. Your mindset and energy used for launching is different to your designs 3. There's a different mindset with marketing and creating, honour both separately   4. Multi-tasking doesn't work! Move the needle forward by giving one task your full  5. The mediate state from sewing and knitting for fun is vital for mental health 6. Get great at what you love. You can double down on many online classes such as skillshare  7. Big brands are always looking for small brands – so keep posting on linked in and Socials  Links  https://whimsykaleidoscope.com https://www.instagram.com/whimsykaleidoscope/  https://www.emmaisaacs.co.uk/heart-and-soul https://www.instagram.com/creativewayspodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/emmaisaacsdesign/  

Breakfast With Tiffany Show
Learning About Fa'afafine ~ Ancient Word For Queer In Samoan Culture With Guest Miss Katalyna (Part 1)

Breakfast With Tiffany Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:46


For this episode we have the charming Miss Katalyna from the Kulin Nation in Naarm that is also known as Melbourne Australia. This will be Part ONE of a two part piece.We learn of Miss Katalyna's upbringing which had constant back and forth with families that later drove the teenager to continuously run away. Growing up her family realized she was a “Faʻafafine”. This translates to people who identify themselves as having a third gender or non-binary role in Samoan culture. Tiffany shares a similar term called “baklâ” that refers to a person who was assigned male at birth and has adopted a feminine gender expression in the Phillipines. The Faʻafafine traditionally integrated in society and were seen as healers and advisers. However, this social acceptance changed after the Christian missionaries enforced a rigid concept of gender onto the indigenous culture. Yet today, we find the Samoans are fighting to reclaim this historically significant word.  Moreover, Miss Katalyna's shares a coming out story with her family where she was not fully accepted and comments on parents to remember that the parenting does not stop even after their child decides to transition. Lastly, Miss Katalyna leaves a message to the youth to follow their hearts and reach out for support! Miss Katalyna is based in Naarm (Melbourne) on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. She is a TV Presenter of the first LGBTQI+ Multicultural cooking show “The Bent Spoon '' presented by Thorne Harbour Health. She is also one of the 3 co-founders of Trans Pride March Melbourne and the Trans Pride Concert alongside 2 other Trans advocates Sasja Sÿdek from Trans Sisters United and Rebeckah Loveday Miss Duchess Global 2021. Trans Pride March Melbourne will be Victoria's first trans lead March by the Melbourne trans community. Miss Katalyna started her advocacy 28 years ago when she was only 17yo as HIV/AIDS peer educator going into high schools and educating students about the importance of safe sex. During Victoria's first year of lockdown Miss Katalyna became a Remixer and a DJ who's first gig was for All The Queens Men at Melbourne Pride 2022 and more recently doing a set for the AUNTY party curated by Sam Gaskin and Johnny Hamilton, AUNTY is an event that celebrates local QTBIPOC excellence. Find Miss Katalyna's work here: https://linktr.ee/MissKatalyna Breakfast With Tiffany Show Youtube Channel ~  https://bit.ly/3vIVzhE For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail~breakfastwithtiffanyshow@outlook.com Leave our podcast a review, comment and ratings; Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93 Apple Podcast (scroll further down in provided link to rate the episode) ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778 Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcastSupport the showBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshow Tiffany's Instagram Account ~ https://www.instagram.com/tiffanyrossdaleofficial/ For coaching sessions & programs with Tiffany, check out her official page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 94: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 94

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 121:38


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 94Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Circus Cannon - Stranded - Drink Of Sleep (2020)2. Lumpem – Last Desire – Sub (2022)3. Overdrive Orchestra - Dark Mountain - Radio Edit (2022)4. Thundering Herd - One Shot Down - Backyard Junkyard (2016)5. Spiritus Mortis - Martyrdom Operation - The Great Seal (2022)6. Honcho - Powerlock - Demo Series Volume 10 Honcho Evil Woman 1999 (2022)7. Godzilla Snacks – Horns and Tails – There Be Monsters (2022)8. Rattlesnake Venom Trip – The Heavy Pour – Dead Empire (2022)9. Lightning Born - Shifting Winds - Lightning Born (2019)10. Crystal Spiders - C-U-N Hell - Molt (2020)11. Wailin Storms - Lost - One Foot in the Flesh Grave (2015)12. Black Spell - Dead Dawn – Season Of The Damned (2022)13. Rollerball - Jonothan E - Burn The Street Volume 2 (1999)

Speaking Sidemount
E079 Rannvá Jørmundsson - Becoming an Explorer

Speaking Sidemount

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 55:15


Hi, here's episode #79 Rannvá Jørmundsson - "Becoming an Explorer" brought to you by our brilliant sponsor XDEEP and the patrons of Speaking Sidemount. Huge thanks to both for their support that makes everything you are about to listen to possible. One of the enduring themes of Speaking Sidemount is to shine a light on the applications of sidemount diving. I am a strong believer and practitioner in diving sidemount in nearly any application or environment but there's no doubt that if you dive overheads, and in particular caves, sooner or later you are going to find a space that is too small for backmount diving. Or you will need to lug gear far enough or over terrain where you'll want to break it down into smaller parts. This, of course, is where sidemount really shines and is the reason this podcast features many, many great cave divers. I'd also add, that cave diving demands the highest levels of sidemount skills… buoyancy control, trim, and balance - what I call relaxed static stability... meaning the ability to be still in a confined space, and effective propulsion techniques including frog kick and the back kick. No other type of diving is as demanding in these aspects. I draw a strong distinction between cave diving and cave exploration. Exploration requires and builds upon a strong foundation of cave diving skills and experience. But it requires much more. Aspects such as… searching for prospective caves, dealing with landowners, camping in remote locations, and complex access skills like single rope technique. Then there's the diving… preparation and planning, working in teams, reading a cave, line laying for survey, surveying the cave itself, passing unknown restrictions, and self-reliance or solo diving. Add to that the mindset and discipline required and it is quite a leap from your average cave dive. I've often thought about how you get started and what it takes to become an explorer. There is no doubt that leaning on the experience of other explorers is the best way to go. By way of example, you may remember my discussion with Tamara May back in episode 60 released a couple of years ago now where Tamara talked about Project Xunaan in Tulum Mexico where Robbie Schmittner, one of the world's leading cave explorers had pulled together a team of six female divers to continue his exploration in that area. Along the way, he would teach and mentor them on what, for most of them, was their first genuine exploration project. While COVID delayed this project, it also gave the team the opportunity to build on the initial plan including working with sponsors to support their efforts and filming the project. The result was a super interesting view into becoming an explorer and in this episode, I catch up with another of the Xunnan Ha team members…. Rannva Joermundsson. I had the pleasure of meeting Rannva at this year's OzTek conference in Melbourne Australia where Rannva along with her exploration partner Maria Bollerup gave two compelling presentations… the first on project Xunnan Ha and the second on their next project Expedition Buteng in Sulawesi Indonesia. In this episode, I ask Rannva to share how she got into diving and progressed to cave diving. We talk about how she combines her passion for diving with her career working for two of my absolute favourite dive brands, Fourth Element and Shearwater. And then Rannva tells us about the amazing project Xunnan Ha. We talk about the planning, how they worked on the project, and what she has taken away from the experience. Building on this we lean into her next project Expedition Buteng where Rannva is working with Robin Cuesta my new dive buddy and guest on Episode 71 "Caves of Sulawesi". Rannva discusses her partnership with Maria Bollerup on this project, the impressive team they have assembled, and the goals for the project including exploration, scientific, and community benefits. We close by talking about some of the project preparation including KISS Sidewinder training in Mexico… enjoy :)!! Steve

True Crime
Terrifying Mr. Cruel, Sadistic Abductor of Melbourne, Australia by Every Town

True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 28:51


Subscribe to Every Town on iHeartRadio - https://ihr.fm/3WdsbNbSubscribe on Apple Podcasts - https://apple.co/3fmdqXVSubscribe Everywhere else - https://bit.ly/3UaQ06IFrom the late 1980s to the early 1990s, a masked abductor and rapist sparked tremendous terror in Melbourne, Australia, for victimizing four young girls. This criminal MO had been established, a few of the released victims had narrated their harrowing experiences, thousands of potential suspects were investigated, and hundreds of houses were searched….. Yet, he was never caught.~~~~~~~~~~~Indie Drop-InAll content legally licensed from the original creator. Thank you to Every Town for the great episode. You can find Indie Drop-In at https://indiedropin.comHelp Indie Drop-In support indie creators by buying us a coffee!https://buymeacoffee.com/indiedropinBrands can advertise on Indie Drop-In using Patreonhttps://patreon.com/indiedropinTwitter: https://twitter.com/indiedropinInstagram: https://instagram.com/indiedropinFacebook: https://facebook.com/indiedropinAny advertising found in this episode is inserted by Indie Drop-In and not endorsed by the Creator.If you would like to have your show featured go to http://indiedropin.com/creators~~~~~~~~~~~

Field Recordings
Blackbird hatchling, Melbourne, Australia on 27th October 2022 – by Jaye Kranz

Field Recordings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 1:34


Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 93: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 93

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 127:34


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 93Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint 01 Sleeping Giant - Acid Crows - Sleeping Giant (2021) 02 Red Mess – Breathtaker – Breathtaker (2022) 03 Grin - Shiver - Phantom Knocks (2022) 04 Stone Kind - Swamp Stomp - Spirit of the Void (2021) 05 Fluster – Golden Days – Ray Mouth (2022) 06 Solar Halos - The Living Tide - Coiled Light (2019) 07 Faith By Jane - Enter Her Light - Axe To Oak (2022) 08 Voidward - Wolves - Voidward (2022) 09 Cybalta – State of Attica – Trip to Centaurus (2022) 10 Weight Shift - Orb (Dissonant Whispers) - Chaotic Hunters Rise (2022) 11 Gob Ribbons - The Sentient Few – Imparted II: The Delian Diver (2022) 12 Ramskull - Escape - Single (2022) 

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 92: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 92

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 117:25


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 92Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Slumlord Radio - ‘Til The Wheels Fall Off - Single (2022)2. Blake Leaf – Welcome to High Country – Mastering My Past (2022) 3. Professor Electric - Loco Motives - Rot Gut (2022)4. 3 wheeler band - Xhan-Xhan - In the Name of the Holy Riff (2022)5. Lamassu - know your gods - Single (2022)6. Moon Coven – Eye of the Night – Slumber Wood (2021)7. Gone Cosmic - Crimson Hand - Send for a warning, the future's calling (2022)8. Droog - Hamnskiftaren - Droog (2022)9. TENEBRA – Cracked Path – Moongazer (2022) 10. Void Commander – River Lord – River Lord (2021) 11. Weddings - Hexenhaus - Book of Spells (2022)12. Baardvader - 'Pray' - Foolish Fires (2022)

#EachOneTeachTen - An Amazing World Of STEM
Ep 47 Dr. Tim Kitchen, Adobe's Senior Education Specialist for Asia Pacific, Melbourne, Australia

#EachOneTeachTen - An Amazing World Of STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 36:45


Following 23 years of teaching Primary, Secondary & Higher Education, Dr. Tim Kitchen has been Adobe's Senior Education Specialist for the Asia Pacific since 2013. He regularly liaises with schools & universities focusing on enhancing creativity in education. He also manages the Adobe Education leadership and active use programs throughout Australasia and helps lead the Adobe Education Exchange (https://edex.adobe.com) which now has over one million members. A passionate advocate for creativity in education, and a well-recognized education thought leader in Australia, Tim is a regular presenter for a wide range of national and international education events. Adobe Express - https://www.adobe.com/express/ Adobe Express resource - https://adobe.ly/express-apac The Adobe Education Exchange - https://edex.adobe.com/ Adobe Creative Educator program site - http://adobe.ly/ACE Tim's Newsletter email list - https://adobe.ly/contact-edu-apac Inject Creativity Live - https://adobe.ly/injectcreativitylive --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wondernamya/message

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 91: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 91

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 122:53


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 91Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Freedom Hawk - Take All You Can - Take All You Can (2022)2. Plainride – Hour of the Mûmakil – Hour of the Mûmakil (2021)3. Cosmic Android - About Schmidt 2022 Remix - Invasion Of ‘57 2022 Remix (2022)4. Tornet - Blodsband - Domedagar (2022)5. Seawitch - Force - Well Of Spells (2022)6. Mars Red Sky – Way To Rome – Mars Red Sky (2012)7. Abrams - Like Hell - In The Dark (2022)8. Mutautu - Ruins - Graveyards Of Giants (2022)9. Kadavar – Living In Your Head – Studio Live Session Vol.II (2021)10. Craneium – Ceasing To Exist – Explore The Void (2015)11. Colour Haze - Ideologigi - Sacred - (2022)12. Wo Fat - The Unraveling - United We Stand A Ripple Artist Compilation (2022)

Los Viajeros – La HR
Melbourne Australia – Primera parte

Los Viajeros – La HR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 39:40


Programa del 07 de Octubre de 2022

The Drop with Frank and Brian
Episode 22 | Our New Logo

The Drop with Frank and Brian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 67:25


We got our new logo from Paul @vandagraphics in Melbourne Australia and we are beyond excited. Brian talks about his trip to C10s in the Park and Frank tells us about his new pet cat.

Science & Chill
Exercise, Carbohydrate Metabolism, and Insulin Sensitivity with Professor Glenn McConell

Science & Chill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 125:50


My guest on episode 54 is Professor Glenn McConell. Glenn is an Emeritus Professor in Exercise Metabolism at Victoria University in Melbourne Australia. In this episode, we talk about how the body metabolizes fat and carbohydrate during exercise, and how this changes with exercise intensity and duration, glycogen stores in the body, how long they last, and how carbohydrate ingestion during exercise can buffer muscle glycogen and improve performance, the effects of acute and chronic exercise on insulin sensitivity and the mechanisms that increase insulin sensitivity in the muscle. Links Professor McConell's research profile: https://www.vu.edu.au/research/glenn-mcconell Follow Glenn on Twitter @Inside_exercise:https://twitter.com/inside_exercise and @GlennMcConell1:https://twitter.com/GlennMcConell1 Check out the Inside Exercise podcast on the following platforms: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3pSYnNSXDkNLH8rImzotgP?si=Whw_ThaERF6iIKwxutDoNA YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UChQpsAQVEsizOxnWWGPKeag Apple Podcasts: https://podcastsconnect.apple.com/my-podcasts/show/inside-exercise/03a07373-888a-472b-bf7e-a0ff155209b2 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy84ZTdiY2ZkMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Anchor: https://anchor.fm/insideexercise Podcast Addict: https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/4025218   Podcast links and Sponsors Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bradyholmer   Other support options: https://www.bradyholmer.com/donate   Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/science-chill/id1494739189?cc=us&id=1494739189&ign-itscg=30200&ign-itsct=podcast_box&urlDesc=%2Fscience-chill Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ilq7P9OBAiqrxk4Ac4WQg Watch the podcast on Patreon (early access for subscribers): https://www.patreon.com/bradyholmer  Watch the podcast on YouTube (available 10/10/22): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR60b_GvhAvSApVjYqmqi2Q  Subscribe to my Substack: https://bradyholmer.substack.com/about Check out the all-new Examine.com: https://examine.com/refer/brady214767 Veri continuous blood glucose monitoring: https://www.veristable.com/shop?refc=BRADY20&_from=brady11  PodScholars: https://podscholars.com/

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 90: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 90

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 120:00


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 90Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejointMutautu - Heat Them Coming - Graveyards Of Giants (2022) Wood Witch – The Witch's Bell – Eyes of Darkness (2022) Warcoe - Pyramid of Despair - single (2022) Slugg - Yonder - Single (2022) Pythian - Understanding in Light - Understanding in Light (2022) Flying Fuzz – Spaced Out '22 – Spaced Out '22 - Single (2022) Whalebone - Elder Stories - Mauhtia (2022) King Tarkus - Cygnus - Desert Song/Cygnus (2022) Robot God - Ready to Launch - Worlds Collide (2022) The Narcissists – Rattle This Cage – Conflict (2021) Goatsnake - Breakfast with the King - Breakfast with the King b/w Deathwish (2020) Cockblockers - Carpet Burn - Cockblockers (2018) 

The Christian Entrepreneurs Podcast
[Ep#381] A story of the miraculous moves of God

The Christian Entrepreneurs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 59:46


Welcome to the first episode of our BEtheDifference Series where we speak to people who are making a difference in the world with their message and their mission.   So, what happens when you surrender yourself fully to the Lord to take on one of His assignments? A difficult and potentially dangerous assignment, where you had no idea how you would even fund the project?  Miracles happen. And, lots of them.   From money to fund projects (where there was previously, none), through to plane tickets (that were previously sold out and impossible to get) and many other things that occurred when Diana Abruzzi made a promise to the Lord.  Diana Abruzzi is the Chairman and Founder of the International Women's Federation of Commerce and Industry (IWFCI) - the first Chamber of Commerce for women in the world at the time of its inaugural meeting in 1992 in Melbourne Australia.   Diana is a pioneer and leader in the cause of free enterprise and economic development. From championing the advancement of women in business around the world to giving a stronger voice for Australia at international forums on entrepreneurial economic initiatives to business and personal development.  Let's listen in as Diana shares her story.  RESOURCES:   IWFCI  About Annemarie Cross: Dubbed “The Podcasting Queen,” Annemarie is recognized as an industry pioneer, launching her first co-hosted podcast in 2008 to be the voice of inspiration and hope amongst the deluge of ‘doom and gloom' after the GFC devastated families worldwide. Over a decade on, she's the author of Industry Thought Leader: How To Go from Invisible to Influential (and Profitable) with a Podcast and continues to be the voice of inspiration to a global audience through her award-winning podcasts. Annemarie continues to live out her mission of ‘Changing the World – ONE Message at a Time', with her own podcasts, as well as by supporting Professional Services Businesses (coaches and consultants) who are experts in their field (yet feel like they're the world's best-kept secret) go from Invisible to Influential (and Profitable) with their own Thought Leader Podcast. Click here to access Annemarie's Industry Thought Leader Podcast Series to help you go from Invisible to Influential (and Profitable) with a Podcast. Contact Annemarie: Website: www.ambitiousentrepreneurnetwork.com / www.annemariecross.com Twitter: @TheAmbitiousPod Facebook: @TheAmbitiousEntrepreneurShow   The post [Ep#381] A story of the miraculous moves of God appeared first on The Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Golf Coach with Toby McGeachie
Regan McGovern - Passionate Young Australian Golf Coach based in Melbourne Australia

The Golf Coach with Toby McGeachie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 90:53


Episode 12: Good friend and one of the hardest working golf coaches I know Regan McGovern jumped on the Pod. We cover a lot from using technology, working on is own driver swing and much more.Firstly I do apologise the audio is not perfect aI had tried using Air pods thinking it would enhance the experience but I was wrongYou can find Regan on his Instagram account @r_m_golf his or for an online lesson via the Skillest app. Thanks to our partner Tour Tee Golf you can purchase the best tee in golf using the code TMGOLF20 gets you 20% off at https://golffanatics.com.au/Find me:All the information you need here: https://www.liinks.co/tmgolfBecome a monthly online subscriber: https://skillest.com/app/profile/toby-mcgeachieBook an in-person lesson Website: https://www.tmgolf.com.auEmail: toby@tmgolf.com.auSocialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tmgolf_/TikTok https://tiktok.com/@tmgolf_Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TMGolfCoach/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toby-mcgeachie-7a74488a/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TMGOLF

DT Radio Shows
Interstellar Radio with Brimac - Episode 007 (VIIVN Guest Mix)

DT Radio Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 59:59


Geared towards the harder elements of house music, the 7th episode of Interstellar Radio brings you a guest mix from VIIVN live and direct from Melbourne Australia. Winner of the 2018 YourShot DJ Wild Card, and originator of the #OneTrackMindProject on Instagram. VIIVN has spent the last few years working to demonstrate his abstract musicality within his electronic productions, and to showcase the versatile range of skills and sounds that lie within his efforts as a DJ and music producer. Inspired by his first love - vinyl records - Vi's DJ sets are guided by his continual burgeoning interest in the genre of Techno and underground electronic music. @brimacdj on all social platforms (FB, ig, twitter, soundcloud, etc.) This month's guest @viivnmusic Tracklist NynIV Mikron Central Processing Unit Level Steps Stephen Brown Dubcraze (Original mix) Roland Klinkenberg Rhythm Cult Sunscreen Jubilee Accelerate (Electro Mix) Christian Smith Horses on Acid Rove Ranger Lobster Theremin Sunscreen Jubilee Lemur Yan Cook Delsin Ranger (Original Mix) Marck D Before Sunset SHDW & Obscure Shape Mutual Rytm Amethyst (Lee K Remix) Callum Plant Circulate Records The Second Corner (Original Mix) Jay Lumen Footwork Thetis Gaetano Parisio Conform Records Resistance Uncertain u8232 Sunbeam ANNE (GR) Motif ANNE (GR) Renegade (Original Mix) Uncertain Tronic Keep On Lovin' (Original Mix) Inafekt, Tenzella Surge (Original Mix) DJ Deep Deeply Rooted House Sunbeam ANNE (GR) NynIV Mikron Central Processing Unit}

Do Go On
Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts - Shearing the Rams

Do Go On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 27:49


An English-Born painter helped birth Australian Impressionism and along the way created perhaps the most iconic work of that movement. This is the story of Tom Roberts' Shearing the Rams! Matt Stewart tells Shearing the Rams' story in this episode of Arty Facts. Watch the video of this podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbBwMXTIVoc 'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts' is a joint production from Stupid Old Studios and the Do Go On podcast. Do Go On are Dave Warneke, Jess Perkins and Matt Stewart. Stupid Old Studios is an independent production house based in Melbourne Australia who specialise in making fine, handcrafted nonsense. Twitter: http://twitter.com/stupidoldInstagram: http://instagram.com/stupidoldFacebook: http://facebook.com/stupidoldstudios This production was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at http://cbf.org.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 89: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 89

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 123:13


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 89Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Motor Mammoth - Pale Rider - Single (2022) 2. Anya Anastasia – Losing Wild – Dissenter (EP) (2022) 3. Pallbearer - Riverbed - Forgotten Days (2020) 4. Mourn The Light - Take Your Pain Away - Suffer Then Were Gone (2021) 5. Belzebong - Doperganger - Light the Darkness (2018) 6. Dixie Goat - Widow's Tear - There's No Light Without Darkness (2021) 7. Aunt Cynthia's Cabin - Rider In The Desert (Part 1) & (Part 2) - Olde Magick Records (2020) 8. LáGoon - I See The Hate In You - Bury Me Where I Drop (2022) 9. Weedpecker - No Heartbeat Collective - IV: The Stream of Forgotten Thoughts (2021) 10. Dhidalah – Soma – Sensoria 認識(2022) 11. Cave In - Nightmare Eyes - Heavy Pendulum (2022)12. Amon Acid - Demon Rider - Demon Rider EP 7” (2022

Easy Rider Tenerife - Ride Time Radio
Ride Time Radio | The Phosphenes Melbourne Australia | Motorcycle Rental Tenerife South.

Easy Rider Tenerife - Ride Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 49:33


This week on Ride Time Radio we listen to the band The Phosphenes from Melbourne Australia. Their mix of rock Ska pop and summer vibes make for a much more relaxed show, just what I needed after a tough week with bikes and mayhem. We listen to two of their tracks..You Got Mail and Watershed...both mixed and mastered to a very professional standard, with space in the mix to easily pick out each instrument and realize the talent this band has. Check them out online at https://www.phosphenes.com.au/ We also catch up with our Riders at easy Rider Tenerife and the adventures they have had around Mount Teide and across the island of Tenerife. If you are looking for an adventure in Tenerife, then come and look us up, we rent high-quality motorcycles for adventures on our volcanic island. Our services offer customers a complete experience with all equipment and necessities included.  Check us out online.... Easy Rider Tenerife, Edf. Clara Toledo, Local 5/6, Calle Moraditas, Las Chafiras, Tenerife, 38639. We are above Banco Santander!   CONTACT US Guides: +34 639 845 346 Office: +34 922 703 793 Emergency: +34 686 017 773 Breakdown Service: +34 900 101 369 Email - ride@easyridertenerife.com Web - easyridertenerife.com   Socials: Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YnHt4X1b4cI4ChvvFw0ug/featured Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/easyridertenerifeclassicbikes/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/easyridertenerife Twitter - https://twitter.com/easytenerife Podcast - easyridertenerife.podbean.com Linktree - linktr.ee/Easyridertenerife   As seen on Freddie Dobbs: https://youtu.be/XITU0GMAnWc Easy Rider Tenerife - Ride Time Radio - Great New Bands Added to This Weeks Playlists! - https://youtu.be/Dnfjd3DVGNw Easy Rider Tenerife | Ride Time Radio | The Islands Burning | Huge Summer Savings Code - https://youtu.be/01JOcglCIII Easy Rider Tenerife | Ride Time Radio | Poker Run Harley Winner and Much More - https://youtu.be/zyBZiHsNkFU HARLEY DAVIDSON CLASSIC TOUR WINNERS | Meet Our Winners on the Harley Davidson Classic Tour Tenerife - https://youtu.be/lgOmi5R72-A What a week in Tenerife! | Easy Rider Tenerife | Ride Time Radio - https://youtu.be/ShoV9XWeEYw   #easyridertenerife #ridetimeradio #motorbikehiretenerife #harleydavidsontenerife #motoguzzitenerife #dgrtenerife2022 #bikerstenerife #triumphtenerife  #tenerifeontriumph #motorbikerentaltenerife  #hdcanarias #grubamotos #triumphcanarias  #canaryislandrides   #ducatitenerife #freddie_dobbs #freddiedobbs  #motorbikes #motorcyclesforrenttenerife  #easyridervolcanhunt #cazavolcanestenerife  #motoguzzirentaltenerife   #volcanohunttenerife #rentamotorcycleintenerife  #royalenfieldtenerife  #masquemotos  #moto4funtenerife  #topaciotenerife     motorcycle rental companies motorcycle rental in Las Americas best playlists travel on a motorcycle motorcycling touring adventure bike riding adventure riding adventure island ride adventure motorcycle tours motorcycle rides mountain bike riding drive time radio playlist covers Easy Rider Tenerife Ride Time Radio Tenerife best playlists motorbike rental Tenerife things to do in Tenerife motorbike hire Tenerife rent a motorbike in Tenerife bike rentals Tenerife bike rental Tenerife Tenerife motorcycle rental playlisting playlist push playlist covers best metal bands of all time best resistance bands for men top 10 bands of all time most popular bands of all time vintage bikes bike on rent scooter rent in Tenerife motorbike rental Tenerife Tenerife motorcycle rental vintage and classic bikes vintage and classic bikes for rent and rides motorcycle for hire motorcycle Tenerife motorcycle rental The Phosphenes Melbourne Australia band The Phosphenes band and  music          

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 88: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 88

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 123:57


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 88Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Great Electric Quest – Rockin' Rollin' Rumblin – Continental Collision (Split) (2022) 2. Blind Scryer – Controlled Burn – Controlled Burn (2022)3. Peth - Dwarvenaught - Merchant of Death (2022)4. Pelican - Darkness On The Stairs - B Sides And Other Rarities (2020)5. The Slave - Dreamer - Remorse (2013)6. Saturn – Petre Toma – Continental Collision (Split) (2022)7. Massasauga - Paranoid - Single (2022)8. Scumbag Millionaire - So Long - So Long / Gluehead 7” (2022)9. Matiasu - Confusion - single (2019)10. Maunra – Embers – Monarch (2022)11. Monolord - Dear Lucifer - Rust (2022)12. Gnome - Wenceslas - King (2022)

The Padverb Podcast with KMO
016 Differential Outcomes with James Fodor

The Padverb Podcast with KMO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 75:00


James Fodor is a science podcaster, an essayist, and currently, a PhD candidate in computational neuroscience and computational linguistics at the University of Melbourne (Australia). His intellectual and research interests cover such diverse areas as cognitive science, computer science, philosophy, theology, and economics. In this conversation, KMO and James discuss: 02:07 – A brief history of "The Science of Everything" 10:08 – How neural networks learn vs how humans learn 12:52 – The uncomfortable question of back-propagation 16:00 – Acquiring language and concepts 19:52 – Why and when machines' way of learning is important 23:22 – Illogical language models and the Internet lurking behind 25:52 – Conversation starters and GPT's talking to one another 27:45 – Modeling the mind vs the "just a neural network" cop-out 33:08 – A space of possible minds and complementing human intelligence 36:50 – Idiot chat bots and fearing AI 38:15 – The near-term future of AI 41:38 – Predicting the prosperity of nations James Fodor: The Science of Everything Podcast : fods12.podbean.com The Godless Theist Blog: thegodlesstheist.com James on YouTube: youtube.com/c/JamesFodor/ KMO: Twitter: @Kayemmo en.padverb.com/kmo Padverb: The Padverb Telegram Channel: t.me/padverbpodcast

The Art of Being a Mum
Fleur Harris

The Art of Being a Mum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 88:59


Fleur Harris is a painter, illustrator, product designer, collaborator and mother of her son living in Melbourne Australia. Her detailed illustration can be described as whimsical and wonderous, and Fleur aims to bring joy and happiness to others through her artwork.Fleur was always a drawer throughout school, winning awards and gaining the admiration of her peers.After studying Fine Arts, Illustration and Interior Design in Australia and Italy, Fleur has forged a career as a prolific artist and creative collaborator for over 20 years. After working in design houses for many years, Fleur began working for herself 6 years ago and now designs full time, although she doesn't see it as a job.Fleur has collaborated with brands such as TuTu de Monde and 12 collections with Adairs Kids since 2013.Fleur is a truly passionate creative soul. She values quality over quantity and attention to detail. Fleur believes strongly in animal welfare, social justice and kindness. These beliefs guide much of her design work, decision making and her drive to do her part to make the world a better place. Fleur also donates portions of her work, time and profits to charities that align with her values, most recently The Great Barrier Reef Foundation. through the Better Worlds ProjectsThrough her imaginative designs, detailed illustrations and design sensibility, she has built an artistic world brimming with wonder, whimsy, inspirational creativity and happiness. Fleur's world is a place where imaginations run free and anything is possibleFleur is excited to launch her own label, "Fleur Harris" clothing range coming later this year and has many exciting projects coming up including collaborations with namely co, and Adairs Kids.Connect with Fleur website / instagram / linktreePodcast - instagram / websiteThe Divided Heart - Motherhood and CreativityRachel Power on the podcastMusic used with permission from Alemjo my new age and ambient music trio.When chatting to my guests I greatly appreciate their openness and honestly in sharing their stories. If at any stage their information is found to be incorrect, the podcast bears no responsibility for guests' inaccuracies.

Kick in The Creative's Podcast
Ep 119 Carmel Jenkin Figurative Artist

Kick in The Creative's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 74:55


In today's art podcast we are talking to Carmel Jenkin. Carmel is a figurative artist from Melbourne Australia who specialises in the female form. We both came across Carmel at around the same time but on different social media platforms. We were immediate fans. Her paintings are incredibly beautiful and unique.

Do Go On
Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts - Vault

Do Go On

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 27:50


There are many abstract pieces of steel public art but there are few that have physically gone on a sightseeing tour of their own city. Ron Robertson-Swann's 'Vault' has been part of Melbourne since 1980 and continues to cause conversation. Jess Perkins tells Vault's story in this episode of Arty Facts.Watch the video of this podcast: https://youtu.be/8b0JL91VUY0 'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts' is a joint production from Stupid Old Studios and the Do Go On podcast.Do Go On are Dave Warneke, Jess Perkins and Matt Stewart.Stupid Old Studios is an independent production house based in Melbourne Australia who specialise in making fine, handcrafted nonsense.Twitter: http://twitter.com/stupidoldInstagram: http://instagram.com/stupidoldFacebook: http://facebook.com/stupidoldstudiosThis production was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at http://cbf.org.au Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Road to Now
The French Revolution w/ Peter McPhee

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 50:53


On August 4, 1789, the National Assembly of France adopted the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, which asserted the Enlightenment ideals of universal rights and democracy. Though the French Declaration shared a common ideological lineage with the American Declaration of Independence, the French Revolution took a very different path: fifteen years after their founding revolutionary documents, the US had George Washington and France had Napoleon. In this episode of The Road to Now we talk to Dr. Peter McPhee, an expert on the history of the French Revolution at the University of Melbourne (Australia) to learn how geography, religion, and the French effort to fundamentally redefine society, shaped the complex course of the French Revolution. Peter explains how the French Revolution changed the world and left a legacy that is all around us today. (And for all you Hamilton fans- if you ever wondered what happened to the Marquis de Lafayette after Hamilton died, Dr. McPhee has the answer!) This is a rebroadcast of episode 78, which originally aired on November 9, 2017. This rebroadcast was edited by Ben Sawyer.

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 87: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 87

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 125:59


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 87Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Scumback - Southbound - Sons Of A Witch (2022)2. The Zoffs – Rockstar – Columbian Exchange (2022)3. On The Sun - On The Sun - Soul Savior (2019) 4. Deaf Flow - Barbara Joan - Disco Doom (2019) 5. Drunk Motherfuckers - Black Out Drunk - Dead End (2021) 6. Gravity Thieves – The Chaser Warden – Burn Out The Sun (2022)7. Cavem3n - Grinding - A Prehistoric Anthology (2022)8. Conium – Torn – Parallax (2022)9. Tombstones - Hellfire - II (2010)10. Malasangre – Infierno – Infierno (2022)11. Deep Valley Blues - Tired to beg for - Demonic Sunset (2019)12. Taxi Caveman - Death Cards - Galactic Slope (2022)

The Bourbon Road
299. Starward Australian Whisky

The Bourbon Road

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 72:42


Today Jim and Mike welcome David Vitale from Starward Whisky out of Melbourne Australia. He brings a couple of great expressions which speak volumes abou their craft and dedication to producing great whisk(e)y. Listen in as David tells us what makes Australian whisky special. https://www.starward.com/ Be sure to check out our private Facebook group, "The Bourbon Roadies" for a great group of bourbon loving people. You will be welcomed with open arms!

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 86: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 86

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 128:17


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 86Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Naked Soldier - Green Pool - Naked Soldier (2022) 2. Psychic Sun – The Sun Refused To Shine – Psychic Sun (2022)3. Action Camp - War at my side - Cusp (2022) 4. Seawitch - Witches Forever - Well Of Spells (2022) 5. Paralyzed - Orange Carpet - Heavy Road (2022)6. Land Mammal – Make Believe World – Single (2022) 7. Deville - Killing Time - Killing Time (2022) 8. King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Stoned Mullet (Demo) – Demos Vol. 3. Music To Eat 9. Pond Scum To (2022) 10. Boulder - Stuck in the Mud - Boulder (2020)11. Gamma Goat - Fierce Brosnan – Nocturnal Harvest EP (2017) 12. ShiMa - Iguana - Vol.02 (2021) 13. Lord Of Confusion - Land Of Mystery - Evil Mystery (2022)

UFO Chronicles Podcast
Ep.179 The Psychic Firefighter

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 70:26 Very Popular


Today we meet Andrew in Melbourne Australia, also known as The psychic firefighter, and he will be sharing his interactions with ET'S, UFOs, Angels and the spirits of the Dead.More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.com/ep-179-the-psychic-firefighter/Andrew Radziewiczhttps://www.thepsychicfirefighter.comWant to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comOr Fill out Guest Form: https://forms.gle/WMX8JMxccpCG2TGc9Podcast Merchandise:https://www.teepublic.com/user/ufo-chronicles-podcastHelp Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/UFOchronpodcastThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.

UFO Chronicles Podcast
Ep.179 The Psychic Firefighter

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 70:26


Today we meet Andrew in Melbourne Australia, also known as The psychic firefighter, and he will be sharing his interactions with ET'S, UFOs, Angels and the spirits of the Dead.More information on this episode on the podcast website:https://ufochroniclespodcast.com/ep-179-the-psychic-firefighter/Andrew Radziewiczhttps://www.thepsychicfirefighter.comWant to share your encounter on the show? Email: UFOChronicles@gmail.comOr Fill out Guest Form: https://forms.gle/WMX8JMxccpCG2TGc9Podcast Merchandise:https://www.teepublic.com/user/ufo-chronicles-podcastHelp Support UFO CHRONICLES by becoming a Patron:https://patreon.com/UFOChroniclespodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/UFOchronpodcastThank you for listening!Please leave a review if you enjoy the show, and everyone that leaves a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify will get a shout out on the following show.Like share and subscribe it really helps me when people share the show on social media, it means we can reach more people and more witnesses and without your amazing support, it wouldn't be possible.

Meeting of Minds
Episode 72 - this is me with Birgit

Meeting of Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 38:05


In this episode I'm talking to Birgit Livesey, the creator and host of the Living on the B Side podcast, a place to showcase the power of music through people's stories. Birgit has been a music lover all her life and in 2016 took the leap to give her passion a voice in the world. Going from introverted teenager in Switzerland to confident Podcast host currently living in Melbourne/Australia, she wants to share her (and others') journey through life with the help of music. When she isn't on the ‘B Side', she spends time with her hubby and senior cat Richo, enjoying nature and diving into all things personal-development. We talk about being an introvert and what it meant to Birgit growing up and how that has changed as she has learned more about introversion and herself. As Birgit says, it's not about being antisocial or always being in a corner with a book. It's about managing energy and generally introverts recharge alone whilst extroverts recharge in the company of others. Like most traits, introversion and extroversion is on a scale and where we are on that scale can vary. You may hear people who are midway on the scale being referred to as ambiverts. Understanding her introvert tendencies helped Birgit really step into the truest version of herself and those of you who are regular listeners will know that that is something I am very passionate about. Thank you to Birgit for this fabulous conversation. Let me know what you enjoyed most about it. Here's a link to the Keala Settle video we talked about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLFEvHWD_NE LINKS Here is the link to sign up for my newsletter and in return you will receive a copy of my new ebook book, I see You: newsletter sign up To buy my book: I See, Me on Amazon To get in touch: Email: meetingofmindspodcast@gmail.com Instagram @safeandsupportedcoaching Website: safeandsupported.co.uk Production: Jay Herbert Original music: Jay Herbert and Alex Ware

BJ & Jamie
Teen Girl Identifies As Cat

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 6:20


A teen in Melbourne Australia identifies as a cat. The school she goes to has no rules regarding this so everyone must treat her as a cat. 

Do Go On
Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts - The Keith Haring Mural

Do Go On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 26:39


One day back in 1984, American artist Keith Haring went to work painting a mural at a Melbourne school. And decades later, the mural still stands today. Dave Warneke tells the story of Keith Haring's Melbourne mural in this episode of 'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts'.Watch the video of this podcast: https://youtu.be/spfghk_RNco 'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts' is a joint production from Stupid Old Studios and the Do Go On podcast.Do Go On are Dave Warneke, Jess Perkins and Matt Stewart.Stupid Old Studios is an independent production house based in Melbourne Australia who specialise in making fine, handcrafted nonsense.Twitter: http://twitter.com/stupidoldInstagram: http://instagram.com/stupidoldFacebook: http://facebook.com/stupidoldstudiosThis production was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at http://cbf.org.auREFERENCES AND FURTHER READING:https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/essay/fragile-memories-keith-haring-and-the-water-window-mural-at-the-national-gallery-of-victoria/ https://melbourneharingmural.com.au/buckleyhttps://www.haring.com/!/about-haring/transitionshttps://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/art-and-design/article/keith-haring-painted-iconic-mural-collingwood-1984-now-its-come-out-hiding https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/keith-haring-mural-is-restored/ Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 85: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 85

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 128:56


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 85Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Early Moods - Live To Suffer - Early Moods (2022) 2. 101A - Sea – Sea, The Water Is Wide, Tales Of... (2015) 3. Low Torque - lo - Jupiter (2020) 4. Psychlona - 1975 - Palo Verde (2022) 5. Soul of Anubis - Shade of Oblivion - The Last Journey (2019) 6. nibs – Worth – Toward The Glow (2017) 7. Sorcery - Power Mad - Stunt Rock Soundtrack (2022) 8. Boulder - Stuck in the Mud - Boulder (2020)9. Sithter - Color Me Blood Red – Weedian Trip to Japan (2022) 10. Bastahaze - Full Black – Growing Anxiety 2021 (2021) 11. Travo - Land Soon - Sinking Creation (2022) 12. Crocodile Bambie - Freedom - Doom Fujiyama Vol.3 (2021)

GRIMM: A True Crime Podcast
Episode 17: The Mysterious Death of Phoebe Handsjuk

GRIMM: A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 112:25


On December 2, 2010, Phoebe Handsjuk entered the 12th floor garbage chute at the swanky Balencea apartments in Melbourne Australia and fell nearly 100 feet into the trash compactor before being dumped into the garbage bins below. Marina discusses Phoebe's life and the circumstances surrounding her death so that you can decide for yourself whether Phoebe's fall was an act of suicide, a tragic accident, or something else.

Do Go On
Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts - Young and Jackson's 'Chloe'

Do Go On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 28:54


Based on a poem, this critically acclaimed and award winning painting has caused controversy and uproar, has gotten soldiers out of strife and is intrinsically linked here, to the iconic Young and Jackson Hotel. This is the story of Jules Joseph Lefebvre's Chloe.'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts' is a joint production from Stupid Old Studios and the Do Go On podcast.Do Go On are Dave Warneke, Jess Perkins and Matt Stewart.Stupid Old Studios is an independent production house based in Melbourne Australia who specialise in making fine, handcrafted nonsense.Twitter: http://twitter.com/stupidoldInstagram: http://instagram.com/stupidoldFacbeook: http://facebook.com/stupidoldstudiosThis production was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at http://cbf.org.auREFERENCES AND FURTHER READING:https://www.youngandjacksons.com.au/chloehttps://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/chloe-jules-joseph-lefebvrehttps://index-journal.org/issues/identity/evanescence-of-an-artist-s-model-by-katrina-kellhttps://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/chloes-encounter-scratches-surface-20040928-gdypav.htmlhttps://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/young-jackson-s-princes-bridge-hotelhttps://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/224814361https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/38559150 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cowboy's Juke Joint
Episode 84: Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 84

Cowboy's Juke Joint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 132:43


Transmissions from the Underground Show Episode 84Transmissions from the Underground Show" Live from Melbourne Australia with Topher Denman, Christine Ries and company Thursdays at 4:00 AM USA EST - 8:00 PM AEDT Best artist around the world playing #heavyblues #stonerrock & #psychedelicrock #TransmissionsfromtheUnderground AND it's ONLY on Cowboy's Juke Joint Radio #cowboysjukejoint1. Noonday Axeman - The Mad King - The River Runs Dry (2021) 2. Dr Malviaje – Harvester of Souls – Malviaje (2022)3. Massive Stone - Black Dwarf - Cosmic Visions (2016) 4. Massasauga - Bullfighter - Double Single (2022) 5. Massasauga - The Dusty Road to Tuscon and Revenge - Double Single (2022)6. Earth Drive - Science of Pranayama - Helix Nebula (2020) 7. DARKHORSE – TheSound – Single (2020) 8. Her Name Was Fire - Nightcrawler - EP1 (2016 ) 9. Inside Charmer - Stride Over – Inside Charmer 3rd DEMO (2022) 10. Church of Misery - Road To Ruin – Early Works Compilation (1998) 11. Desert Smoke - Darvaz - Karakum (2019) 12. Lengua Negra - El Precio Que Pagamos - Todas Las Miserias (2022)

SinghStation
Gur Mere Sang Sada Hai Nale - Bibi Jalmeen Kaur Delhi

SinghStation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:47


Gur Mere Sang Sada Hai Nale - Bibi Jalmeen Kaur Delhi Kirtan Sewa at Gurdwara Sahib Tarneit, Melbourne Australia

Do Go On
Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts - Joy Hester's 'Love I'

Do Go On

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:50


oy Hester's 'Love I' is a fascinating piece with an equally fascinating story behind its creation. Affairs, angst and an art gallery built on an ancient cow burial ground all play an important role in the life of Joy Hester. Jess Perkins tells Joy Hester's story in this episode of 'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts'.'Do Go On Presents: Arty Facts' is a joint production from Stupid Old Studios and the Do Go On podcast.Do Go On are Dave Warneke, Jess Perkins and Matt Stewart.Stupid Old Studios is an independent production house based in Melbourne Australia who specialise in making fine, handcrafted nonsense.Twitter: http://twitter.com/stupidoldInstagram: http://instagram.com/stupidoldFacbeook: http://facebook.com/stupidoldstudiosThis production was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at http://cbf.org.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Every Town
Terrifying Mr. Cruel, Sadistic Abductor of Melbourne, Australia

Every Town

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 28:33


From the late 1980s to early 1990s, a masked abductor and rapist sparked tremendous terror in Melbourne, Australia for victimizing 4 young girls. This criminals MO had been established, a few of the released victims had narrated their harrowing experiences, thousands of potential suspects were investigated, and hundreds of houses searched….. Yet, he was never caught.--------------------------------------------

The Come Up
Mike Grisko — CFO at Atmosphere on Raising $150M, Becoming a 2x Founder, and the Future of TV for Business

The Come Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 47:25


This interview features Mike Grisko, CFO and Co-Founder of Atmosphere.  We discuss running an NCAA tourney at age 7, getting laid off during the Great Financial crisis, almost selling the Chive to Playboy, the challenge with professional politeness in UK work culture, raising $150 million in growth capital and quadrupling the team in 5 years, and what he looks forward to next.Subscribe to our newsletter. We explore the intersection of media, technology, and commerce: sign-up linkLearn more about our market research and executive advisory: RockWater websiteFollow us on LinkedIn: RockWater LinkedInEmail us: tcupod@wearerockwater.comInterview TranscriptThe interview was lightly edited for clarity.Chris Erwin:Hi, I'm Chris Erwin. Welcome to The Come Up. A podcast that interviews entrepreneurs and leaders.Mike Grisko:We have this concept internally, like giving up your Legos. Your job description changes every three to six months when you're going through rapid growth. 18 months ago, we were less than 100 people. Yeah, today we're close to 450 employees just at Atmosphere. And so that requires you to change your roles. Some of the things that I was doing back in 2018, 19, 20, it's just not scalable at that level. And so being able to hire great people, reassign tasks and responsibilities is absolutely critical.Chris Erwin:This week's episode features Mike Grisko, co-founder and CFO of Atmosphere. So Mike was born in the south side of Chicago and was the oldest of five siblings. He then studied at University of Illinois and his early career started in finance and consulting, including Pricewaterhouse Coopers in London and Moelis & Company in Chicago. While at Moelis, he met the founders of The Chive and was recruited for his first C-suite role as CFO. Soon after relocating to Austin, Mike partnered up with The Chive's leadership team to co-found Atmosphere, where he is helping to grow and scale the leading streaming TV service for businesses offering free audio optional TV. Some highlights of our chat include running an NCAA 20 at age seven, getting laid off during the great financial crisis, almost selling The Chive to Playboy, the challenge with professional politeness in UK work culture, raising 150 million in growth capital and quadrupling the team in five years, and what he looks forward to next. All right, let's get to it.Chris Erwin:Mike, thanks for being on the podcast.Mike Grisko:Yes, absolutely. It's a pleasure to join you on The Come Up. Really looking forward to getting into it.Chris Erwin:There's a lot of stories to tell here. As always, we're going to rewind a bit and we're going to talk about where you grew up and your childhood. So I think you're a Midwest kid. Tell us about that.Mike Grisko:I am a Midwest kid. Grew up on the south side of Chicago. 103rd and Pulaski for any local Chicago listeners. Was the oldest five kids. My mother was a ER nurse. My dad worked in engineering sales. It was a great spot to grow up. It was very much a blue collar neighborhood. We lived right across the street from Tally's Corner, which was famous for just so many cops and firefighters that had to live within the city limits. My mom was one of seven. My dad, one of four. And everybody lived within a couple miles of each other. So just cousins everywhere. So yeah, it's a fun neighborhood to grow up in. I don't know what your childhood was like, Chris, but it was very Stranger Things for us. You just go on your bike, you'd be gone all day. You just got to be back before the street lights came on.Chris Erwin:Oh, I hear you. I was born in '82, so I'm an '80s, '90s kid. And in the suburbs I was born Rumson, New Jersey, an hour outside the city. And it was about like, you get on your bike and you just travel all around the county and you get into trouble, you find dirt jumps, you go meet up with your friends late night. I remember taking the bikes out at 3:00 AM during sleepovers. It was the best.Mike Grisko:It was the best. Was Chicagoan through and through before. Now residing in Austin, Texas.Chris Erwin:So, okay. Being the oldest... I have two brothers, I have a twin and then a younger brother who's six years younger. And so you're the oldest of five. What was your role? Did you have a patriarch type role amongst the brotherhood?Mike Grisko:Absolutely. Especially my dad traveled quite a bit for work. It was definitely more of a patriarchal role took on but still. We were just very tight knit crew. Still are.Chris Erwin:Getting into middle school and high school. What were some of your passions back then? What did you like to do?Mike Grisko:We were always playing sports. You had the neighborhood crew. You're playing fast pitch against a parking lot wall. In addition to doing sports, it was also a bit of a nerd. Constantly reading, just super competitive in school. It was less about the learning, it was more just getting better marks than anybody who was around me. But yeah, that stuck with me for quite a while.Chris Erwin:Got it. Well, look today, you're the CFO and co-founder of Atmosphere and you've also had a CFO role at Chive. So were you big into the quant side and into mathematics and other science and other similar subject areas?Mike Grisko:Yeah, there's a bit of that. And then I've just always been incredibly fascinated by business and markets. Grew up in the '80s and when I was a... I think it was six or seven, my uncle started calling me Gordon Gekko. I think because I was the only-Chris Erwin:It's a great nickname.Mike Grisko:I know. I think it's because I was like the only seven year old who was running an NCAA tournament and I was doing betting spreads every NFL Sunday going down the line. Yeah. So it definitely makes sense, the career path that I chose, doing finance, doing the investment banking thing and choosing this direction.Chris Erwin:Kind of makes sense because you end up going for undergrad to the University of Illinois where you focus on finance and accountancy. So when you went to school, what were you thinking that you were going to do afterwards?Mike Grisko:When I got down there I wasn't really sure. It wasn't until I actually did study abroad program, which was in Melbourne Australia, which was some of the best months of my life. It was just absolutely incredible. Yeah, the fact that my best friend and I both got full scholarships to go down there was just such a deal. I mean, we got accepted. We just could not believe that they took both our applications.Chris Erwin:What did you get into? Did you do any surfing while you were out there?Mike Grisko:Did do some surfing, played Aussie rules football. We tried to get stuck into everything, just being able to travel and just the people and just such a fun environment. But that's really when I took a step back and started looking at like, "Okay, when I get back, I got to figure out an internship." And that's when chatting with a bunch of folks, really started to lean towards trying to get on an investment banking track. And so it's amazing. Sometimes you do really need to take a huge step away to start to piece that all together and figure it out. Because I really had no clue probably up until then.Chris Erwin:It's funny. It's almost a bit of the reverse, but it reflects your personality and your interests. Typical consultants or Fortune 500 executives or bankers will go on a sabbatical and say, "I don't want to be in these industries anymore. I'm going to go do something different." But you go to Australia, have the time of your life and you're like, "I need to go into hardcore finance. That's the path." I went in a very similar direction. I was an investment banker right out of undergrad too. All right. So that becomes your focus. What's your first internship or your first role in school?Mike Grisko:So I did an internship for Wells Fargo. Got to see the lending side, their corporate lending group, so did a summer of shadowing the analyst doing underwriting. And it was great. This is in the high times of banking. This was in '07. So the summer of '07, everything's riding high. I remember winning the internship competition. So they flew me out to San Francisco with my brother just for first prize for winning this thing.Chris Erwin:He was your plus one? You're like, "I'm going to bring my bro."Mike Grisko:Yeah. Yeah. And it was a very good learning ground, but I still... There's a few guys who I was friends with at Illinois who had gotten into the investment banking side. And so I decided to double down and just... Thanks Wells Fargo, but I really wanted to take a dive into the IB side and learn how to do M&A and capital raise and the rest. I'm sure probably similar sort of path as you. Must have been at least 20 to 30 different places I was submitting applications doing interviews with. Just running through the whole process.Chris Erwin:Yeah, it's a very intense process. But it's funny. Hearing from the people that have interviewed on the podcast, I think back to Michael Cohen at the Whistle, which was acquired by Eleven Sports. He started out as a credit analyst at Wells Fargo in Atlanta, before he went into do investment banking. And we actually worked at the same firm and I started out as a credit analyst at Bank of New York, which is now BNY Mellon. And you, you now run a free ad supported streaming platform for businesses. You started as a corporate credit analyst and then went to investment banking. If you're going to do finance and media, that feels like the path.Mike Grisko:Yeah. It's got to be. It's tried and true then. You got three examples right there.Chris Erwin:So then, okay, you graduate and then you go full time into Lincoln Financial. And you're an analyst there for about a year. What were those early years like?Mike Grisko:It's a mid-market investment bank, heavy Chicago presence. It was a good shock to the system going from your university environment to full corporate world and pretty intensive as I'm sure you remember from your banking days. So I had started in August of 2008 and so I think it was six to eight weeks before Lehman went under. Things looked like they were riding high and then all of a sudden... I just remember being very new, but then also seeing the senior bankers just going ghost white as deals are just being paused or put on hold or it went from they were closing close to a deal a day, M&A or a debt advisory deal, and then it just completely dries up.Mike Grisko:The first deal I ever did, it was automotive wire harness business. I was being spun out of Alcoa. And it was just bleeding money. Went from, if you remember, with all the automotive ODMs just shuttering production, they were like the fifth player in that industry. Basically overnight, they went to negative 80 million [inaudible 00:09:46] and trying to find a partner for that. That was great learning ground. But I ended up getting laid off into that second wave of layoffs they did in March 2009.Chris Erwin:Laid off in March of 2009 after the debt crisis hit. Yeah. I have some stories of what happened at my bank and I'm curious to hear yours. So yeah. What happened to you and what was going through your head?Mike Grisko:It's a big shock to the system. It's a kick in the teeth. It did a couple things. It really hardened me to, "All right, this is the actual professional and corporate world. Nobody's spots guaranteed." And I think it even that much more determined and more resolved to like, "Hey, whatever is next. I know I'm going to have to really outwork everybody else around me."Chris Erwin:I hear you. I joined the workforce in 2005. I was at my investment bank when the 2008 credit crisis hit. And I was still a young professional. And I felt like, "Oh, I'm insulated. This is a tough time for everyone. But I'm young. The leadership's going to take care of all of us." And I remember getting called into the manager's office one day. Everyone at the company's salary was cut drastically.Chris Erwin:And I was like, "Whoa." I felt the impact personally, in a very meaningful way in that day. And I was like, "All right, this is legit. This is the real deal." And I had to make changes to my lifestyle. I actually negotiated down my rent from my apartment in New York City, down 25%. Something I'm actually still very proud of. I built a nice spreadsheet defending that. But it does gut check you and it questions, "Okay. Is there a job for me here over the next year or two? Is my career derailed?" Is my whole future grand plan that I had sorted out in undergrad have to be completely reset?" But I think it's helpful for it to build resilience, right?Mike Grisko:100%. I thought for sure coming out of school, it was, "Hey, do two years to three years as an analyst. Hop over to PE. Maybe go get an MBA. Just follow the very traditional path." But I think that moment really drove me in a very different direction.Chris Erwin:Tell us about that new direction, because I think you end up going to Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Chicago for a few years before you end up at Moelis.Mike Grisko:In that period after getting laid off March '09, basically bottom tick the market. It was slim pickings out there for jobs. I even looked into potentially doing a program to get into medical school and doing a complete 180, picking up some undergrad science credits so I can apply to med school.Mike Grisko:But then by time, two or three months in, I was starting to get some good looks. And I had an analyst role on a corp dev team in Chicago, and then also got offered a position as an analyst at PWC in their corporate finance group, which they were just restarting. And so they had basically shuttered their investment banking practice, but then were bringing it back. And so I was the first analyst they hired in the US and I thought "Here's an opportunity to get it back on track." And a lot of corporate carve outs, cross border M&A was their big MO and huge selling point for me was they committed that, "Hey, you do a couple years here and hopefully we can get you over to London or one of our other international offices to do a two year program," which I ended up doing in 2011.Chris Erwin:So you went to London in 2011 for two years working for PWC?Mike Grisko:Yeah. It was fantastic. I mean the great, great mid-market M&A group over there. It was one of the coolest experiences of my professional career. Just being able to live and get fully immersed in a culture, especially in a professional culture. Anybody who ever has the opportunity, I highly, highly recommend. Because it really just does stretch you and challenge you in different ways. You knew how to do your job, but it's almost like the gravity's just off a bit.Chris Erwin:Okay. I like that. I've never heard that description, but I'm into it.Mike Grisko:All new faces, all new companies, all new lingo, trying to pick that up and then still trying to understand folks who have Manchester accents.Chris Erwin:What was one of the biggest cultural differences in doing business over there that you learned?Mike Grisko:I'd say the biggest one, you don't realize, there's just a professional politeness in the UK. So both with your superior is just not being fully direct with you in feedback. In addition to when you would be delivering direct feedback to analysts. They were offtaken. You might not be getting the full picture. We tend to be a little bit more direct and blunt here in the US than the Brits are.Chris Erwin:Something I think about is when I studied abroad in Spain, I met a guy named Tim Slee, who co-founded an ad agency with Steven Murphy. Shout outs to these guys. They're still very close friends of mine too today. And they would talk about their professional work culture was every day at 5:30 PM, they're hitting the bars. And they are buying rounds for all their clients and all their team. And they're like, "That's just how business is done over here. You drink a lot of pints and that gets revenue in the door." And I was like, "That's a lot to sign up for after a full day." I remember as a banker, I was just running spreadsheets till midnight.Mike Grisko:I don't know how you could socialize or network or do a professional career if you don't drink over there. I definitely learned how to go to the pub for a pint or two, and then be able to go back to the desk and start banging things out in the evening. It was just an incredible experience. My wife and I, we got engaged over during that two year stint.Chris Erwin:You brought your girlfriend who became your fiance on that trip. Okay, got it.Mike Grisko:Yes. That's a story for a different podcast. Having the conversation with her dad about her quitting her job and moving over with me.Chris Erwin:You're like, "I'm choosing her instead of my brother this time. Now I'm going to take my girlfriend on this trip."Mike Grisko:Yeah. And we ended up getting engaged shortly into our trip over there. But in two years, I think we visited close to 45 different cities. We were just so good about travel. It was a lot easier, didn't have kids then, to be very mobile on the weekends. And the Brits are great about taking time off.Chris Erwin:All of Europe is really good at it.Mike Grisko:When they said four weeks of vacation and they're like, "We expect you to use it." I'm like, "Absolutely will."Chris Erwin:Yeah. Maybe you bring that back to the Atmosphere culture. All right. So look, you spend around five years there. And then before we talk about your rise up at Chive Media Group and Atmosphere, you were at Moelis & Co for around three years. Tell us about your work there.Mike Grisko:I was starting to get to the stage I'd done enough smaller middle market deals. Enough corporate divestiture work. Really wanted to start seeing some more higher level capital markets and some larger transactions. And so I started shopping around at some different banks. Opportunity came up at Moelis and I jumped on it. Everything I was looking for just to gain from an experience level, next level on debt and equity capital raise to deals to getting to work on my first restructuring bankruptcy work to working on hostile defense deal with Ken Moelis.Mike Grisko:There was a pretty cool experience that really did give that next level of professional training. And I think that's the one thing like I started to realize being in investment banking, the true value of the relationships that you build, and just being able to sit in the room as well. In the room with the exact team observing and or advising on the actions to take and some of the biggest transactions or moves that they're going to be making. It's a great ground to just really absorb a ton.Mike Grisko:So in addition to like the financial training, the Excel sheets, and everything that comes with deals and running process, the network that I was able to build, just what I was able to observe and absorb, I think for some very talented professionals, both within the bank, but then the executives I got to work with, incredibly valuable. You just cannot replace that and the level of reps that you get in the career.Chris Erwin:I very much agree with that. You think about the 10,000 hours thing and the amount of time I spent creating investor decks and confidential information memorandums, AKA CIMS. And all the financial models, the merger models, the LBO dilution analysis, et cetera, the most rewarding experiences were when we were in meetings or had conference calls with private equity owners or family offices that own these cable, media, and telecom companies. And they're thinking about how do we drive more enterprise value?Chris Erwin:Do we spin this off? Do we go acquire these other companies and do a roll up scenario where there are synergies and thinking about, we have this network of management teams, who do we want to place based on the strategy that we have here? How are we going to finance with debt or equity or some other more alternative vehicles and just to hear the decision making in the rooms. And it was like, where are these men and women? Where are they being slow and calculated? Then where are they trusting their gut and moving really quickly? Just to be a fly in the wall was so valuable for my career.Chris Erwin:And I take a lot of that into the work that I did at Big Frame and Awesomeness in thinking about when Big Frame made a decision to sell itself and the work and the advice that we give our clients now. And often days, I wish I still had access to some of those calls every week. I get it through my client work, but just to be a sponge and just be able to just listen as a mid 20 year old. So valuable.Mike Grisko:Incredibly valuable. Yeah. That's well said, Chris. That's the big thing. And I have so much appreciation for it now. Just having seen both working alongside a lot of incredibly talented professionals in addition to some ones that were making bad decisions.Chris Erwin:Can we steer them the right way? TBD.Mike Grisko:But honestly, yeah. You're able to just listen, observe. You're just kind of building that muscle memory for when things are coming fast, as they really have over the last couple years, in my current role as an operator, it helps you just really break things down into first principles and what are we really trying to drive towards? It's helped make my decision making very formulaic. I think that's incredibly valuable. I like to say that... I'm sure we'll talk about Atmosphere in a second, but operating, whether it's startup, growth company, et cetera. It is a wicked learning environment. The variables are always changing. The dynamics are always changing. And so you're constantly going to be seeing new things. And so the ability to read, react, and adjust is super critical, a really valuable skill set that banking taught me.Chris Erwin:Well, let's talk about that transition, Mike. So your role as an advisor, as consultant, as a banker, now you make a decision, as they say, you go to the line. You go to one of the portfolio companies. So in 2017 you transitioned to Chive Media Group. How did that come to be?Mike Grisko:Well, it's twofold. I go back to the point on network and I got an opportunity to... One of the deals I worked on at Moelis back in 2014, 2015 was advising Chive Media Group. John and Leo Resig co-founders of The Chive back in 2008, starting in 2012, 2013, they really started to catch fire. I mean, it was a true social movement. You had folks wearing Bill Murray t-shirts and Keep Calm and Chive On. Folks wearing the shirts everywhere. So they brought Moelis in to take a look at strategic alternatives. And so over an 11 month period, we looked at everything from buying up smaller competitors to doing [inaudible 00:20:56] recap, to even potentially selling.Mike Grisko:And so we actually got pretty far down the path with Playboy, but Leo and John couldn't get comfortable with the deal and the management team that was there at the time. They decided to pull out. And so that was in mid 2015, but stayed in touch with both Leo and John. And when the prior CFO, who was part of the founding team was looking to move on in 2017, Leo called me up and I jumped at the opportunity. So that's some of the backstory just on how I came across the opportunity. Leo tells me now, I think I was the only person he reached out to.Chris Erwin:He was like, "I think I like this guy, Mike, he was on our deal team. Let's take a bet on him."Mike Grisko:It's very tight interview process, but it goes back to the point that building network from that seed in banking is just incredibly valuable. That wasn't the first time that I was offered a job by a client. You get so close to your clients when you're working alongside them. But this is the one I jumped at. The biggest thing is if you know Leo and John, they're just real salt to the earth humans. And that meant a lot to me. To be leaving banking into something that was a lot more unknown.Mike Grisko:Yeah. I knew whatever happened with the business, they were going to do the right thing by myself and my family. And I think that was the most critical thing I was looking for is I really wanted to jump into an operational role. I'd spent a little over nine years advising CFOs. There was some that I had incredible respect for. There was some I thought I could do that job better. The opportunity to jump right into this was just too good to pass up. And then there was the personal side of this, which at the time we were making this decision, I had a 11 month old son and then my wife was pregnant with our daughter.Chris Erwin:Oh, wow.Mike Grisko:Yeah. So the ability to go into something that had a little bit more flexibility or control over your hours was big for me.Chris Erwin:You were moving too. Because you were moving to Austin from Chicago.Mike Grisko:Yeah. The full go. And I think it's that personal relationship with John and Leo, that we're two feet in. Sold a place in Chicago and moved down to Austin, away from family again.Chris Erwin:Your 30 cousins and brothers.Mike Grisko:Right. Yeah. And rest is history.Chris Erwin:Hey listeners, this is Chris Erwin, your host of The Come Up. I have a quick ask for you. If you dig what we're putting down, if you like the show, if you like our guests, it would really mean a lot if you can give us a rating wherever you listen to our show. It helps other people discover our work. And it also really supports what we do here. All right, that's it everybody. Let's get back to the interview.Chris Erwin:You make the transition. And I hear you on the point of it's all about relationships. I think I was having a call the other day with Jason Rapp from Whisper Advisors who I've just gotten to know. And he had a note that I really liked. He said, "Companies are not sold, they're bought." And I think the implication there is it's about there being a clear strategic fit, but also this notion of there's relationships developed with strategic and commercial partners over time, and more often than not an investment or an acquisition is made from two companies who have many data points, a trend line of building a rapport and a relationship. And I think that also speaks to how executive hirings and placements, particularly at the C-suite level are done. You weren't out of the blue, it was long term relationship building where Leo and John had been exposed to your work. So I think that's important for our listeners to just be mindful of. We always say that. Say start planting the seeds now.Mike Grisko:I think that has been incredibly important. Those relationships and the relationships that I quickly developed with the other C-suite members at The Chive who are now at Atmosphere. You want to be working with good people. It is just so difficult to get a startup business into a true growth path and on a true path to success. Being able to do that with folks that you trust and truly enjoy working with is so critical. It starts at the top. If you want your entire company growing the [inaudible 00:25:02] in the same direction, it really does start with having a cohesive leadership group.Chris Erwin:So let's talk about when you show up, what are you guys working on? What are the goals in 2017, 2018, fast forward a few years, where do you guys get to? And that's going to set up the story for how Atmosphere was incubated, but take us back to that.Mike Grisko:I walked in at a pretty critical time for the company. There was a lot of different initiatives that Chive Media Group was chasing. It became pretty apparent quickly that we couldn't do all of them. The business needed an overall guiding direction and overarching focus. And so my first three months on the job, Leo and John asked me to, "Hey, just give us your full assessment as an outsider." And spent just a ton of time on a listening tour, diving into data. Became pretty clear that we were sitting on something incredibly powerful with Chive TV, which at the time was maybe in a little over 1000 locations and had six or seven dedicated employees to that product line. We knew that we had something incredibly powerful.Mike Grisko:We thought we had something incredibly powerful with that business, but we also had just many other initiatives, everything from original content creation with Chive Studios to some large initiatives, both on the digital ad sales side to a lot of different facets that they were chasing on the e-commerce side. So everything was set up for big strategic meeting in December of 2017. Myself, John, Leo, Eric Spielman, our chief strategy officer, and Alen Durbuzovic, our CTO. And we made some very critical decisions to really lay out, "Hey, here's our vision for the next three years." It included shuttering some business lines, re-orging some groups. All on the guise of trying to take the Chive TV product line and turn it into a real business.Chris Erwin:You start and pretty soon after you start, you're making some very big decisions at the company, contributing to that to allow you guys to focus on where you think the biggest win is. Atmosphere, I think technically founded in 2018, but Chive TV, you guys were working on this probably well before that, is that right?Mike Grisko:Yeah. So Chive TV was the original proof of concept. It was started in late 2014, early 2015 as an audience extension play. As the landscape got more and more competitive competing for eyeballs with Instagram, Facebook, and every other platform, Roku opened up their marketplace for content companies to build apps. And so they decided that technological opening allowed them to build a streaming TV app. And then they also were able to leverage the strong community on The Chive to help get distribution because the content programming, they realized quickly like, "Yeah, this is good for in-home, but this actually works incredibly well in bars and restaurants." And so that was the initial, "Hey, can we build an app? Can we distribute it? Can we actually make this work?" And that's where in the early days, I mean, they're a lot of learnings the guys talk about.Mike Grisko:And so it really teed up into 2018 where we had to go from, "Hey, this is a product with potential. How can we actually turn this into a real business?" That was the big mission of 2018 to see how we could really craft the story around Atmosphere as a platform. So Atmosphere, as it exists today, streaming TV platform for businesses. Over 50 different audio optional channels. We like to say we have a channel for every type of venue, whether you're a pediatric office or gym or a bar restaurant, we got a channel that's programmed for you. Everything from Chive TV, which is now a channel fully owned by Atmosphere to we have a Happy TV channel. We have Paws TV with cute puppies and kittens. We have partner channels such as America's Funnies Home Videos, Red Bull TV, and Disney's X Games. So we have quite a few.Chris Erwin:Mike, you have this content network, you have all these different channels that cater to different offices, different business environments, et cetera. And you make a decision as a company that it's like, "All right, foot on the gas. This is not just going to be an exciting new growth initiative out of Chive. This is its own standalone business that will probably require a separate growth plan, separate capitalization, and more." So when you guys convene, you, Spielman, the Resigs, and whoever else, what decisions do you make to really amplify the opportunity here?Mike Grisko:You summed it up pretty well from you, Chris. It really came down to this business has the ability to be a platform and like an N of 1 platform, the actual network that can tape over this niche of streaming TV for business. That's a big ambitious plan. So obviously would require risk capital to fund it if we really wanted to chase the velocity that we thought was there. It couldn't continue to be self-funded by The Chive and really drive to where it needed to be.Mike Grisko:Putting together that plan, and it was complications. Spinning the business off all of the shared services that were going to be required to spin it off. The conflict of interest was a big issue for VCs who were concerned if they threw millions of dollars into this new Atmosphere, entity in business, if it wasn't going well, would the entire founding team just turn around and go back to working at Chive Media Group and say, "Sorry, unfortunately, that didn't work out." It was a tough one to sell through. And if you remember in 2018, nobody wanted to touch ad supported startup businesses. Everyone was focused on subscription.Chris Erwin:Oh, how the world has changed. Just think of Netflix launching an advertising platform.Mike Grisko:Exactly. There was several times we thought about pivoting and driving resources hard into venues paying subscriptions. But luckily we stuck with the plan because we saw how much leverage there was in advertising to this massive underserved market.Chris Erwin:All right. So when you think about there's the big, exciting stuff to do, which is all right, what's the new growth plan who we hiring for this go raise venture capital, then there's all the administrative stuff of... All right. Yeah. Like you said, allocating shared services, who works on what, how do we communicate that, how do we set up a dedicated legal entity and put the right resources into that? All these little things that you as a CFO probably had to take care of.Mike Grisko:Yeah. And this is also where you and I met. As I'm pulling a lot of this stuff together with the group and bringing on lawyers, getting advisors all set, you and I got connected through Jason Anderson and you guys did an engagement for us both to... Well, number one, be that initial test run before we hit the market just on materials and the story, the model, just the entire thing, which was incredibly helpful and just help us. Like most VC fundraising rounds, it really comes down to the product, the team, and the TAM. And so helping us to find that overall opportunity in isolating our unit economics. There was a lot there because again, it wasn't just another enterprise SAS software business that was easy to digest and easy for VCs to give seed/Series A funding.Chris Erwin:I will say thank you to Jason Anderson for that intro. And it was a delight to meet you and Eric nearly five years ago now and have gotten to know the Resigs a little bit. But really, yeah, Mike, you're the first point of contact. I remember working arm in arm with you on some of this stuff. I have an image in my head of one of the financial runway slides of "Here's the traction for what we did last year," which I don't even know if it broke a million. "Here's our five year forecast," which was maybe at the low tens of millions. And the numbers that you guys are putting up on the board today are much bigger than that.Chris Erwin:But you guys were very hopeful, very optimistic. You saw a need in the market, but we also could sense that it wasn't a guarantee. It was a big swing. Chive was a business that had been around for over 10 years. It was time to find a new growth opportunity. And also, not just from a value creation perspective, but I think just for the team and for the brothers of an exciting new thing to dig into. And there was conviction and excitement, but it was clear that you guys were taking a big risk and there was uncertainty. I'm curious to hear the early days, when did you realize you really had something special here? Because you hit some big headwinds during COVID and maybe even a little bit before that, but things did change. Walk me through that.Mike Grisko:So our first headwind that we fought through was we'd agreed to heads of terms with a VC in early 2019 to do our initial funding. And they pulled out. They had internal issues that they had to sort out and they just could not do any fundings. And so we had to go back to our underbidder, who was Charlie Plauche from S3. And Charlie didn't try to take advantage of the situation. He stood up and honored his initial term sheet for the most part. And S3 ventures, if you don't know, Austin based VC, and Charlie was willing to roll up his sleeve, all those things we talked about with the conflict of interest, he and the team were willing to do the work because they saw the big potential. And his read on it, not only was this a massive opportunity, but this is a team that's done it before. And so it's an advantage that they've had The Chive business and been operating successfully for 10 plus years.Chris Erwin:Wow. Yeah. He probably had a chance to bend you guys over a barrel. But instead I think he was probably exhibiting the type of partnership behavior of, "Hey, this is how I'm going to act when you guys are in a moment of need and I'm going to be a resource for you guys and positive asset in good times and in bad." That's a fantastic move on his part.Mike Grisko:And then you flash forward a year, we did a series A extension in bringing on Valor Equity. And we closed that deal on March 6th. And if you remember, I think on March 8th, that was a Sunday that oil tanked 40%. But Jon Shulkin and the team at Valor, they never for a second wavered just on their commitment. And that's a rocky time to be stepping into a new investment, especially one with its end markets being bars, restaurants, gyms.Chris Erwin:Just to be clear, because we glossed over this quickly, when oil had that precipitous drop, that was essentially the week during the massive shutdown for COVID in the US and throughout the world. So the times fundamentally changed.Mike Grisko:Our end users of our service are all out of home venues. And so all subject to lockdowns. It was a trying couple months, but great support from our investors. Having a cohesive team to make some moves to change up the cost structure. And we got through it. Very little turnover and an employee base that was just still so bought into the story. And so to your question on inflection point, really then in Q3 of that year, right around mid August, we really started to see things uptick in the dailies. And so the big question on the business back in 2020, great, we're starting to understand that you can truly build a network in a fairly economic way to get distribution into these B2B customers. Get them signed up, get them to stream. The question was, all right, so if you build all this supply, are advertisers going to come? And that started to be answered in Q3. If you remember, everybody pulled back in the advertising world in Q2 of 2020. As they reassessed, they started to redeploy more and more money into connected TV environments and streaming TV environments.Mike Grisko:And we were one of the benefactors of that, especially in the programmatic open exchange. And so we started to see that coming through in the dailies and then the narrative really flipped. And then in October we did an inside up round. So, it's all of a sudden like now the story was almost flipped with VCs looking to preempt because they saw the traction was starting to build for what we were building.Chris Erwin:And then that leads to, I think in January of this year you announce a blowout round. You announce $100 million in new capital. I think 80 million equity and 20 million in debt.Mike Grisko:Yeah. You flash forward to 2021, which was just one of the most memorable, positive years in my career. But I'm sure there was others that shared that sentiment, but Valor Equity preempted and led our series B raised 25 million in April. And then Sageview led our series C that we've announced in January of 2022, an $80 million round plus a $20 million debt facility with bridge. And so over that three year path, we've now been able to raise $145 million worth of capital and really have been able to put that to work incredibly efficiently in building this network where you go back five years, about 1000 venues. We're now streaming in over 29,000 venues today, reaching close to 40 million people on a monthly basis and generating a lot of ad inventory.Chris Erwin:And just to make this exciting for potential venue partners. If you want to grow your network, people listening to this podcast, what is the value that you bring by putting Atmosphere on their walls?Mike Grisko:Yeah. I like to sum it up as it's better, simple, and free. So it's better content for at least TV. You think TV for business was never broken. It just was never right to begin with. Everything that you see out in bar, restaurant, or gym is content that was built for in-home consumption with audio. It is talking heads. It is entertainment that's going to require the voiceover. We purpose build everything for that audioless experience.Mike Grisko:So it's fast paced. Our news and sports channels, heavy typography that allows the viewer to really just consume visually. So it's better content for these screens and it gives you an alternative to live sports because not everybody is a sports fan and there's not always a relevant game on. And simplicity. There are no monthly contracts. We overnight you a device for free. It is a five minute install process, logging onto your wifi and away you go. And for the venue, it's free. For a free product, you're getting better content to entertain your patrons. And depending on the type of venue you are, we have multi TV locations and single TV locations. So if you're single TV location, such as a waiting room, auto repair shop, you're a car wash, why are you paying for cable? This gives you a cut the cord option in providing entertainment in the waiting room. And then if you're a multi TV location, this is just a great alternative for those other moments.Chris Erwin:I think that sums it up quite well. I like the notion of "It's not broken, it was just never right." So what would you say to wrap up the Atmosphere segment before we go into the rapid fire and we close this out and as a leader, you're at a company like you were saying that at Chive, I think you guys were around 50 to 75 people. Now Atmosphere, it's over 400. What are some of the lessons that you've learned scaling an organization this quickly? How have your responsibilities evolved? What does that look like?Mike Grisko:We have this concept internally, like giving up your Legos. Your job description changes every three to six months when you're going through rapid growth. 18 months ago, we were less than 100 people. Yeah, today we're close to 450 employees just at Atmosphere. And so that requires you to change your roles. Some of the things that I was doing back in 2018, 19, 20, it's just not scalable at that level. And so being able to hire great people, reassign tasks and responsibilities is absolutely critical.Chris Erwin:And what is something as you think about inspiring your team, inspiring the culture there personally. What is something that maybe you do different today than what you did three to five years ago?Mike Grisko:Something our exec team talks about a lot is authenticity. I think if you are just real with people, you show them a bit of yourself, but then also give them an environment that allows them to just come to work as they are. They don't have to pretend to be someone different in a professional setting than they are outside of the office. You give that to them and it just engenders great environment, creative problem solving, and just people with good energy that want to be part of this mission.Chris Erwin:Yeah. I think it's a great mission. I think a lot of people should join the Atmosphere wave. A final note from me, Mike, in the spirit of authenticity to give you some kudos. Something that came across to me when we first met back in 2018 was just, this is a really sharp guy. He's building something exciting in this business, but he also feels very genuine and very grounded. I have always gravitated towards people from the Midwest. I went to grad school at Kellogg in Chicago, have had a lot of team members at RockWater and some of the other companies I've been at from the Midwest. And there's always just something special about them.Chris Erwin:I think you 100% fall into that category. I think of the days where you had so much conviction early on, but you were willing to work so hard to manifest this future that you guys had thought about. And I remember getting late night and early morning emails from you being like, "All right, I've been refining our business model. I think I have a new idea for the TAM. Let's talk through it." You were burning the candle at both ends to really will this thing to life. And it's awesome to see now looking back what you've accomplished for your career. And you guys haven't even had your big exit yet. So I think there's so much opportunity ahead of you and you deserve a special shoutout.Mike Grisko:Thanks, Chris. As amazing as this whole run has been. Yeah. I don't know if I'd want to redo 2017 through early 2019 again. A lot of decisions that we made back then in building this thing out that seem obvious now were not obvious then. It was a lot of rigor and work to really position this thing to set it on the right path to where we're at today. But it's great to see the traction and how far we've come as a team.Chris Erwin:It's amazing. So we're going to move into the final segment, Mike. It's called the rapid fire round. Here are the rules. I'm going to ask you six questions. Your responses are to be brief. They can be one sentence or maybe just a couple words. Do you understand the rules?Mike Grisko:Yep.Chris Erwin:All right, here we go.Mike Grisko:I'm in.Chris Erwin:Proudest life moment?Mike Grisko:Outside of my family and kids being born, I would have to say the proudest professional moment was our last all hands and seeing how big this company has gotten and the number of folks that are now underneath the Atmosphere umbrella is pretty incredible.Chris Erwin:What do you want to do less of in 2022?Mike Grisko:I'm really trying to do less time on my phone at home. The less screen time at home, more time present with the kiddos.Chris Erwin:What do you want to do more of? Well, I guess you just answered that. More time with the kiddos.Mike Grisko:More time with the kiddos and also more sleep. That's been a big thing this year. So far, so good.Chris Erwin:What one to two things drive your success?Mike Grisko:I go back to, after getting laid off, I laid out two rules for myself and it was "Always work harder than the guy next to you" and "Do things the right way." It's pretty basic, but that's always how I attack everything.Chris Erwin:This is one I actually just want to expand on for a second. When you say "do things the right way," just give us a little bit more context there.Mike Grisko:It's treat others how you want to be treated. It's be fair. Work with integrity. That will always get you much further in the end.Chris Erwin:Got it. Well said. All right, last couple here. Any future startup ambitions?Mike Grisko:I actually helped co-found a business last year. Project Bankman. It's a crypto services business that is building solutions for brands on the blockchain. And so we were looking for a solution for Chive Media Group for effectively a branded social token that could replace our loyalty points. Wasn't really one out there. And so we partnered with a gentleman, Gavin Gillis, who is a ton of experience in the crypto space. And we put together a business plan. We're able to raise seed funding and that business is doing incredibly well in signing up new clients, including The Chive and some other financial institutions and airlines just to build them solutions on the blockchain.Chris Erwin:That's awesome. All right. Last one, Mike, this is very easy. How can people get in contact with you?Mike Grisko:LinkedIn.Chris Erwin:Okay. Hit up Mike on LinkedIn. All right, Mike. That is it. Thank you for being on the podcast.Mike Grisko:Chris. This was awesome. Thank you very much. Incredible host. Thanks for making me look good.Chris Erwin:Of course.Chris Erwin:All right. That was a really fun interview with Mike. That has been a long time coming and I'm very glad that we finally were able to make that happen. All right. Quick heads up that our company has a new service offering. We just introduce RockWater Plus, which is for companies who want an ongoing consulting partner at a low monthly retainer, yet also need a partner who can flex up for bigger projects when they arise.Chris Erwin:So who is this for? Well, three main stakeholders. One, operators who seek growth and better run operations. Two, investors who need help with custom industry research and diligence. And three, leadership who wants a bolt on strategy team and thought partner. So what is included with RockWater Plus? We do weekly calls to review KPIs or any ad hoc operational needs. We create KPI dashboards to do monthly performance tracking. We do ad hoc research ranging from customer surveys to case studies, to whitespace analysis. Financial modeling, where we can understand your addressable market size, do P&L forecast. ROI analyses, even cash runway projections.Chris Erwin:We also do monthly trend reports to track new co launches, M&A activity, partnership activity in the space. And lastly, we make strategic introductions to new hires, investors for fundraising, and then also potential commercial strategic partnerships. So if any of this sounds appealing or you want to learn more, reach out to us at hello@wearerockwater.com. We can set a call with our leadership. All right. Lastly, we love to hear from our listeners. If you have any feedback on the show or any ideas for guests, shoot us a note at tcupod@wearerockwater.com. All right, that's it everybody. Thanks for listening.Chris Erwin:The Come Up is written and hosted by me, Chris Erwin, and is a production of RockWater Industries. Please rate and review this show on Apple Podcasts and remember to subscribe wherever you listen to our show. And if you really dig us, feel free to forward The Come Up to a friend. You can sign up for our company newsletter at wearerockwater.com/newsletter. And you could follow us on Twitter @TCUpod. The Come Up is engineered by Daniel Tureck. Music is by Devon Bryant. Logo and branding is by Kevin Zazzali. And special thanks to Alex Zirin and Eric Kenigsberg from the RockWater team.

NEXTonSCENE with JZ
Top 6 Writing Challenges and How To Overcome Them

NEXTonSCENE with JZ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 41:28


For almost 3 3/4 years, Henry Weinreich has gone on a journey of his lifetime – sitting down with his father face-to-face discovering his stories to create an epic memoir manuscript entitled The Stories I Told My Son ™️  Today Henry joins NextOnScene to discuss the behind-the-scenes  and experiences of some of his top writing challenges and how to overcome them successfully!  Henry Weinreich comes from one of Australia's top Ivy League law Schools at the University of Sydney, lived in London for five years involved in the event management company that created Sir Bob Geldorf's Live Aid, and joined his family's bridal design business in New York City creating the Henry Roth and Michelle Roth brand with his sister- Their dresses are featured on Bravo's Say Yes To The Dress,  has resided in Melbourne Australia as the founder of his own Personal Branding company and is now back in his hometown of Sydney on his path to Authorship.

Speaking Podcast
#157 There is a Fine Line Between Arrogance & Confidence - Anne Marie Cross

Speaking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:22


About My Guest: Annemarie Cross is a Personal Branding & Podcast Strategist and Business Coach. She is also the CEO and Founder of Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network and Industry Thought Leader Academy, Dubbed ‘The Podcasting Queen,' she is an award-winning podcast host and is recognized as a pioneer in the podcasting space having started her first co-hosted podcast in 2008. Recently listed as one of the Top 20 Business Coaches in Melbourne - Australia, Annemarie works with consultants and coaches around the world helping them create distinguishable, uncopiable and irresistible brands so they're seen as not just A choice – but THE choice with their ideal clients. What we Discussed: - Having a Co-host Podcast - Fear of Public Speaking can effect your Career - Structuring a Keynote - Ensure the Story does not Offend a Culture in your Audience - Different Types of Workshops - Her Books - Growing Your Brand Humbly - There is fine line between Arrogance & Confidence - Her different Podcasts and more How to Contact Anne: https://annemariecross.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/annemariecross/ https://twitter.com/AnnemarieCoach https://www.instagram.com/annemariecoach/ =================== Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-coughlan/message