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The Post Podcast
Area economy likely to benefit from USD 489 bond

The Post Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 18:01


On this episode of the Post Podcast Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams shares thoughts on the economic impact of the USD 489 bond issue.   Transcript: EDITORS NOTE: Transcripts are provided by an automated service and are not verified for accuracy.   James Bell  The Hays USD 489 bond issue that passed this week will have significant impact on the area economy. Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams stops by to talk about that and more on this episode of the Post Podcast. We had a bond pass this week, we're going to talk about some of the economic impacts on that good and bad. But first, from what I understand you just got back from a pretty big trip, right?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, I did, there was a western Kansas delegation that went to Washington, DC to visit our elected officials and talk about what's going on in our communities, what challenges we have and potentially what they might be able to do to help those issues. And so we had, I believe they're about 42. And all from Hays, Dodge City, Garden City, Great Bend, liberal. So had a good group. And it was a good trip. Awesome.   James Bell  Although I think for my understanding you you left behind the mayor, he's still sitting up there and try to figure out how to get back to   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  I guess I'm not 100% sure that he was supposed to go to San Diego, and I don't know where he ended up. But he bears constant watching, that's for sure. Because you just never know where he's gonna be.   James Bell  For sure. Yeah. Just they were they were scheduled to be on this morning. And we got that word for last minute. They're still traveling. So okay,   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  yeah, I think we had to go to San Diego for business reasons. So I don't think he's still in DC, unless he wasn't able to get on his flights or whatever. But who knows. But it was a good trip, we were able to meet with some of the representative Mann's staff. And then we also got to meet with Senator Marshall and Senator Moran, and talked about Essential Air Service and things like that, those kinds of issues that that impact our community that they may have some bearing on. And then we talked about a lot of issues that they they don't have any direct impact on our housing situation on our childcare situation, workforce. But we did talk about those things and make them aware of kind of what's going on in our communities.   James Bell  Very good. Oh, and what kind of reception when we were they were they pretty taken aback? Or were they did they already know this? So this was just kind of filling in the details. While   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  they know most of it, you know, they spent some time out here, they know what's going on. Sometimes it's just good, good to get on their turf and talk with them in their environment. And so, but we did share some things with him some concerns that that exist in our communities. And, you know, Hayes is not unique when we talk about childcare when we talk about housing, when we talk about workforce, all of those things are all communities are facing those, not only in Kansas, but pretty much across the United States. Absolutely.   James Bell  And we owe as we talked about here, on the on the segment to the collaboration, the working together figuring out these problems, you know, so we're not it's not the competitive us versus them. It's we all got to get through this. We do.   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  And it takes a lot of people involved. And it takes some time, unfortunately, never happens as fast as you would like.   James Bell  Absolutely. So moving on to this bond issue. Speaking of things that are going to take a while. It's past, we got the we got the go ahead from the voters to go ahead and revamp some of the schools build a new haste High School. I wonder what your initial and first thoughts are on the economic impact of this thing as it's moving forward?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, as I said before the bond issue, it's my belief, it's our belief that schools are critical infrastructure to a community. And as we work with companies, as well, as individuals who are looking to relocate to our community schools play an important role in that. And I can tell you that we have any number of retailers, you know, 610 12 that we talk to on a consistent basis. And all of them have been keenly interested in what's going to happen with that bond. I'm not saying that now that we've passed a bond, all these people say, this is where we're going to go, and this is what we're going to do. But they have been concerned about it. And they have had the attitude that if we're not willing to invest in our own community, why should they? And so, and the reason they're concerned about it is they have to have a workforce, they have to attract and retain a workforce and schools are important when it comes to a workforce as his housing as his childcare. You know, all of those things are critical aspects of attracting a workforce. But schools are an important part. And I know consistently Hayes Medical Center has struggled to attract physicians, when they look at the conditions of our schools, other health care providers. And the retailers we talk about that we would like to get into Hayes, we'd love to have more retail than we do. Schools are of concern to them. So you know, I said prior to the to the bond vote that there is a cost of not passing the ball On that I believe over time is greater than the cost of the bond. And the cost of the bond is high, no doubt about that. But not passing, it would have put us in a difficult position when we start talking about recruitment of people and businesses. And it's a good thing. That's fast now, now, it's up to USD 49. To execute. I know, not everybody supported it, not everybody thinks it's a good idea. But from an economic standpoint, I will be very positive for our community.   James Bell  You know, you mentioned people move in here and the workforce piece, which I think is on a lot of the business owner minds here in Ellis County. But one of the things that was pointed out to me was the online rankings. And when you go to online rankings, so if you're looking at maybe job boards, job postings, and you see something and he's like, Oh, hey, that looks interesting. The first thing you're going to do is look at Hayes. And if you have children, schools are going to be important. And what was pointed out to me it was if you go to several these ranking websites, where should you live kind of websites, the high schools were D's and F's. And it wasn't based on the education because I think everyone understands, we have a great education system here in the district. But the facilities drag that score down. And I think that'll automatically cut off a lot of people, when they were looking at thinking about hate.   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, I agree with you, we do a great job of teaching kids, we just haven't provided a very good learning environment. And when you when you read the data, and it suggests that in the next 10 years, five to 10 years, there's going to be 20 million Americans who choose to relocate away from urban areas. And they're going to look at the choices that they have, because many in almost all those cases, their remote workers or their retirees, and they can decide where they want to go. And so and these are a desirable demographic that we want to recruit to our community. And so we're competing with lots and lots of other communities for these people. And we have so much good going on, and really very little, that's negative, but the schools were one of them, and it's a big one. And so now that we can say we check that box for people, I think we've got a much better story to tell them we did before. And the one before was good. It's just we didn't have all the boxes checked, but I think we do now. So I think that'll make a difference as well over the next five to 10 years in our ability to attract people to our community, whether tase Ellis Victoria, wherever it might be, we've got a better story to tell now.   James Bell  Very good. I'm also curious about your thoughts on the impact, you know, the short term impact because they're going to be spending a lot of money building the schools and doing the construction work. And of course, there's everything that goes along with it. There's the administrative work and the architectural drawings and the all of that that's got to have some sort of impact on the local economy, right?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  It absolutely does. I mean, obviously, local contractors will be involved in the construction of the schools and the improvements. They hire people, they pay wages, materials, a certain percentage of them, I don't know what and I don't know what we can supply locally, but a lot of those materials will be supplied to the projects from local vendors. And so it will have a positive economic impact for our community, you know, that the $143.5 million is doesn't go out out of town and never come back. I mean, a lot of that is spent locally, to create those jobs to build those buildings. It creates jobs, heating and cooling people, plumbers, electricians, all of those people will be participating in some of that spending. And it will have a positive economic impact from that standpoint, as well.   James Bell  There's another piece on this that I've heard people talk about, and that's the the the folks that will be running this whole thing is a Kansas City based company. And I think some folks were kind of I mean, maybe annoyed is the right word, but they had concerns that it wasn't a local group that took on the project on in whole. And I wonder if you want to speak about that because there are some really good reasons why someone say like Glassman here, maybe couldn't do that right?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, the size of the bond eliminates local contractors from being the general contractor, you know, there are no local contractors that can bond $143.5 million job. That doesn't mean the local contractors won't participate just means that a larger contractor has to be the general contractor, I believe the manager at risk or whatever the term is. And so that is one aspect of it. The other aspect is you know, DLR Group, which is the architectural firm. And I've had people say, you know, do you they questioned them in a lot of different ways, their motivation and their, their capabilities. And you know, they built hundreds, if not 1000s of schools across the country in the world. I mean, they're a large organization. They do this all the time. There's nobody locally that that has that level of expertise. So you have to bring in those type of resources to make this thing happen and manage these projects. And you know that they'll do a good job, I have no doubt. I mean, this is this is what they do. And I have a lot of trust and faith in that organization. And NAB Holtz, who is the general contractor, and then our administration locally, you know, some people have questioned their ability to handle this type of stuff, and I just don't see it, I see a very engaged, capable group of administrators at USD 489. I think it's gonna go well, yeah, there'll be some hiccups. There always are   James Bell  always gonna Yeah. I mean, it's dealt with construction understands that. Yeah, exactly.   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  I mean, nothing ever goes quite as planned. But you just you just roll with the punches, when that happens, and make it make it happen. So I have a lot of confidence that this will come off and three years from now, or whatever that timeframe is, we're going to look a whole lot different than we do now.   James Bell  You know, I wonder maybe two there's, there's a piece that I've been hearing a lot of rumblings about on this thing, and it's the even supporters of the bond friends of mine people are speaking to were very supportive. And they they voted yes. They weren't happy to share that they had voted yes. But they did have concerns about the way that the planning was going. So I wonder if you want to talk a little bit about that, why these why some of the fine details are now being considered after the vote after the fact after the election, because that was their thing was like, why are we voting on we don't know exactly what we're doing until after? Why is that?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, it's because you, you can't nail down all those fine details without doing a tremendous amount of work. And spending a significant amount of money with architectural drawings and actual, the actual nuts and bolts of a project, you know, no school bond anywhere that has ever passed, particularly this magnitude. You ever knew everything about what exactly was going into each aspect of it prior to the bond passing. I mean, that's part of the planning and the design phase, you have some broad ideas, you present those broad ideas, you pass the bond, and then you dig in on all the details, doesn't mean it's going to cost more doesn't mean that anybody's got any ulterior agendas. It just means that you can't know all those answers before you actually pass the bond and, at that point, are willing to invest the money to nail down all those details. And it's a significant amount of money. I mean, I don't know if any, if you've ever seen James, the plans for a large building that goes on, but there, it's a roll of hundreds of sheets, technical drawings, and that just doesn't happen before you commit yourself to doing that stuff. You never spend that much money before you even knew that something was going to pass. So that's very much the way these things work. It's not unique to our community at all. It's just the way this process works.   James Bell  You know, on the cost piece, I wonder if you want to talk a little bit about that as well. For my firm, but let me let me back that up. The way that some folks seem to approach this was that the cost was not locked in when we talked about the 143 point 5 million. Yes, that's what we voted on. But that doesn't mean it's actually when it goes what it's going to end up costing the district in the end the taxpayers here, I wonder if you want to speak a little bit to that. Is that a real concern? Or is that just maybe under misunderstanding the circumstances?   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, as my understanding the manager at risk has said is not going to cost more than $143.5 million. And so, and they're only going to bond $143.5 million. So that's that's all they've got to spend. So they've got to come in within those parameters. Now. None of us has a crystal ball. We don't know what the future looks like, specifically. And so there may be adjustments and whatnot along the way, I have no idea what those might be. But the hard number is 143 point 5 million. That's what the taxpayers agreed to do. They agreed to have a new high school to have the improvements to these middle school and junior high or the grade schools and that kind of thing. And so those numbers are pretty much locked in stone. It's not like this could go to 170 million, because we just the voters had not approved that. So they've looked long and hard at it. As I said, these people do these kinds of projects all over the country all the time, they know what costs are going to be and it won't be over $143.5 million.   James Bell  Okay, now there's one last piece on this we got to talk about and this is an impact that I think everyone can agree on taxes now that we voted on this are gonna go up and that does have some negative and positive impacts on the community and wonder if you want to speak to those.   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well, that's the Tough part nobody wants their taxes to go up including me including the superintendent to USD 49 I'm quite sure. But we sometimes have to make investments and the only thing I'll say to that is that I hear a lot of our taxes are way too high and Hayes   James Bell  highest taxes in the country right here in Hays Kansas. I've heard   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  that's simply not true. You know, our mill levy is the second lowest in the state of Kansas by like two hundredths of a 10th compared to Overland Park. So our tax our mill levy is not high now our valuations, I will be the first to admit our real estate valuations are higher than a lot of places. But this this, the same house in DOD city or garden city, as in Hayes, their taxes are higher than ours by a significant amount, even though their valuations may be a little bit lower. Their mill levies are considerably higher in our mill levies, 110 or 109, point something Mills garden or dodge cities 181. And people all the time say, you know, we're tired of these comparisons and that type of thing. But when you say my taxes are too high, you begged the question, compared to what I mean, what do you base that on? And, and I've heard people compared to maybe other states. But that's really difficult to compare to other states, because taxing systems in other states are much, much different. They may have higher income tax, they may have different types of taxes that are charged. So it's really difficult to compare from state to state, but within our state, we can compare and we're we compare very favorably in terms of our mill levy versus everyone else's. Now, the real estate values, that's a that's a component of supply and demand, we don't have enough supply. And as a consequence, the demand is high and values have run up. We're trying to fix that by adding more inventory to the market. But unfortunately, that didn't happen very quickly. You know, we've got the houses going in the Tallgrass second edition, there's what 18 to 20 of them under construction right now, every little bit helps, we've got apartments going up, that'll help but it takes time to do that. But in time, if we add inventory, we will we will see valuation soften as opposed to continue to rise.   James Bell  Very good. And I'm sure a lot of people are excited to hear that.   Grow Hays executive director Doug Williams  Well you know, I don't have a crystal ball either. So I can't guarantee that but I do know if we had enough supply, we'll even out this balance of supply and demand and properties will not sell for way over the list price and that type of thing like they are now on occasions. And that's not really healthy environment for anybody but the guy who's selling and moving to someplace else. But then again, he's faced with whatever those values are

Cows on the Planet
How much do cows contribute to Amazon deforestation?

Cows on the Planet

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:45


Literature CitedKaimowitz, D., Mertens, B., Wunder, S., & Pacheco, P. (n.d.). Cattle ranching and deforestation in Brazil's Amazon. 10.Rajão, R., & Georgiadou, Y. (2014). Blame Games in the Amazon: Environmental Crises and the Emergence of a Transparency Regime in Brazil. Global Environmental Politics, 14(4), 97–115. https://doi.org/10.1162/GLEP_a_00259Rajão, R., Soares-Filho, B., Nunes, F., Börner, J., Machado, L., Assis, D., Oliveira, A., Pinto, L., Ribeiro, V., Rausch, L., Gibbs, H., & Figueira, D. (2020). The rotten apples of Brazil's agribusiness. Science, 369(6501), 246–248. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aba6646Rajão, R., & Vurdubakis, T. (2013). On the Pragmatics of Inscription: Detecting Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Theory, Culture & Society, 30(4), 151–177. https://doi.org/10.1177/0263276413486203Shukla, J., Nobre, C., & Sellers, P. (1990). Amazon Deforestation and Climate Change. Science, 247(4948), 1322–1325. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.247.4948.1322Silva Junior, C. H. L., Pessôa, A. C. M., Carvalho, N. S., Reis, J. B. C., Anderson, L. O., & Aragão, L. E. O. C. (2021). The Brazilian Amazon deforestation rate in 2020 is the greatest of the decade. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 5(2), 144–145. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-01368-xSkidmore, M. E., Moffette, F., Rausch, L., Christie, M., Munger, J., & Gibbs, H. K. (2021). Cattle ranchers and deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: Production, location, and policies. Global Environmental Change, 68, 102280. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2021.102280Soares-Filho, B., Rajão, R., Macedo, M., Carneiro, A., Costa, W., Coe, M., Rodrigues, H., & Alencar, A. (2014). Cracking Brazil's Forest Code. Science, 344(6182), 363–364. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1246663Walker, N. F., Patel, S. A., & Kalif, K. A. B. (2013). From Amazon Pasture to the High Street: Deforestation and the Brazilian Cattle Product Supply Chain. Tropical Conservation Science, 6(3), 446–467. https://doi.org/10.1177/194008291300600309Walker, R., Moran, E., & Anselin, L. (2000). Deforestation and Cattle Ranching in the Brazilian Amazon: External Capital and Household Processes. World Development, 28(4), 683–699. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0305-750X(99)00149-7

Start With A Win
The Power of Love in Leadership with Monty Moran, former CEO of Chipotle Mexican Grill

Start With A Win

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:10


Monty Moran is the former co-CEO of Chipotle Mexican Grill. Prior to joining Chipotle, he was head of litigation and CEO at a Denver-based law firm for ten years. Most recently, Monty realized his lifelong dream of becoming a pilot, and flies his airplane throughout the United States to pursue his interest in better understanding and serving Americans, a quest he documents through his startup, Old Tale Productions. He is also the author of the book Love is Free. Guac is Extra: How Vulnerability, Empowerment, and Curiosity Built an Unstoppable Team.In our world, most people are uncomfortable with using the word “love” when it comes to business. Monty helps us understand that love doesn't have to just be a “fluff” word but that it can mean truly caring about your people, empowering them, and bringing the best out in them. Monty shares about his time at Chipotle and how he worked to build a culture of empowerment. We all know what it's like to feel disappointed after a lack-luster retail experience where the staff appear less than enthusiastic to be there. Monty believes that often comes from a culture where the employees are not empowered. He defines empowerment as feeling confident in your ability, encouraged by your circumstances, such that you feel motivated and at liberty to fully devote your talents to a purpose. And when you have a culture of empowered people, you can then feel that energy across the counter.In order to create that culture, Monty knew he couldn't spend all of (or most of) his time in the corporate office. As the CEO, he spend most of his time in the restaurants in one-on-one conversations with employees. In this conversations, he got to know who they were as people as well as how they felt about the company and what was going well—and what wasn't so great.Monty also shares about the importance of vulnerability in leadership and being your real, genuine self. Because he believes the only source of power for a leader is the people who choose to follow that leader. So we have to ask ourselves as leaders: Why would someone follow me? People won't follow you if you're not worthy of being followed—or if they don't believe you're being real or genuine. He shares the story of leading his first meeting at Chipotle and how a moment of true vulnerability set the tone for how he was perceived as a leader.Monty and Adam round out the conversation by talking about Monty's “controversial” view of work-life balance: He doesn't believe in it! Work-life balance implies that life and work are completely separate, but we don't stop living when we go to work. Everyone wants something different from our work and our life, and the key is to determine what amount of overlap is going to fulfill us.Episode Links:Order your copy of Start With A Win: Tools and Lessons to Create Personal and Business Success:https://www.startwithawin.com/bookConnect with Adam:https://www.startwithawin.com/https://www.facebook.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://twitter.com/AdamContosCEOhttps://www.instagram.com/adamcontosceo/Today's episode was brought to you by RE/MAX, nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX. For more information head over to www.REMAX.com

Emerge Church
We Are Family - Pastor Cynthia & Wade Moran - May 8, 2022

Emerge Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 59:01


Dare to Decide
How to Become the 'Joanna Gaines' of Your World with Mompreneur Megan Moran

Dare to Decide

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 27:29


Do you want to build your AUTHORITY within your niche?  Be known for something specific?Then this episode featuring the "Mompreneur Guide" Megan Moran is for you!3 Big Takeaways from this episode:4 things all authorities you love have nailed down (and do well)Growing your authority on your termsA Simple System you can implement today to instantly grow your authority***SAVE YOUR SEAT in the FREE MASTERCLASS "How to Create a 6-Figure Gameplan for Your Online Business Without a Large Following".   Just click here and you're IN!::: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/6262db3aec93244248594f0f ABOUT MEGAN:Megan Moran is not only a mom to two beautiful babies under 3 (Jack + Sophia) and a wife to the most supportive husband + business partner ever, Collin, but she is also the owner of The Mompreneur Guide. As a Podcast Host, Template Shop Owner + Authority-Building Guide, Megan is on a mission to help momprenuers increase their visibility, get their names out there, create a movement and build a community and world around them... in the simplest way possible. Because as a third generation momprenuer- she knows how possible a both present + productive lifestyle can be.CONNECT WITH MEGAN:FREE Authority Building Guide:  https://themompreneurguide.com/authority/Website:  https://themompreneurguide.com/Instagram: https://themompreneurguide.com/instagram.com/mompreneurguidePodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mompreneur-guide-podcast/id1576791315-----------------------------------------

The Third Story Podcast with Leo Sidran
Jason Moran (WBGO Studios Preview)

The Third Story Podcast with Leo Sidran

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 78:58


Jason Moran is so prolific and multifaceted that any attempt to summarize his career poses a daunting challenge. Now think about what it's like preparing for a conversation with him. He's a composer, conceptual artist, educator, and public intellectual with a critical disposition — critical in the sense of challenging the status quo, while still respecting the accomplishments of his mentors. First and foremost, he's a piano player who straddles avant-garde jazz, the blues, classical music, stride piano, and hip-hop. In other words, he's just an incredibly thoughtful person. Moran is interested in reframing and reassessing the relationship between music, history, and place. When we spoke for this episode of The Third Story, in the spring of 2020, he was in the midst of curating an exhibition at the Louis Armstrong House Museum. Given that fact and what was happening at the time, I was particularly interested to know how he was dealing with social distancing and isolation. Our conversation is both a snapshot of that moment in time and a sweeping consideration of many of the larger themes in his work. Among other things, he talks here about coming up in Houston among a generation of jazz innovators; the idea of truth versus passion; promoting the “Freedom Principle”; America's unfortunate way of forgetting the past; what it means for African American musicians to move freely “from the stage to the table”; the power dynamic within choosing repertoire; what Thelonious Monk and KRS-1 have in common; what we still have to learn from Louis Armstrong; and what it means to be the “personal embodiment of your history.” This is the second in a month of encore episodes as part of a new partnership between The Third Story and WBGO Studios. During the month of May, you'll find another episode from The Third Story archive at wbgo.org/studios and then in June, new episodes will drop every other week.  https://www.wbgo.org/podcast/the-third-story www.third-story.com

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 9 May 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 186:49


Bunny and Clod caught in Talibandiana. Jim "Jacket Off" Jordan his 401K. Nitwit Nero admits role in Insurrection. Talabama goes full "schoolhouse door."

The Watsonian Weekly
May 9, 2022 -- Chicago, Phelps, a robot, and an umbrella

The Watsonian Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 25:56


"What four patients did Dr. Watson would not want to have on his rounds?" is the Jeopardy answer to this week's title. You also get Valhalla and the real reason Moran shot at Holmes, in addition to those things, so now you definitely have to listen.

Funny Business
#202 Brad Moran

Funny Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 51:55


Brad Moran is the Founder + CEO of CitrusAd.Wellbeing Network 2022. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Plant Based Briefing
270: Is Horse Riding Cruel? Is It Vegan? By Emily Moran Barwick at BiteSizeVegan.org

Plant Based Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 7:57


What's the vegan stance on horseback riding? A complex subject with many facets, horse riding is a controversial topic within the animal rights community. What's the bottom line on riding horses: cruelty or companionship? By Emily Moran Barwick at BiteSizeVegan.org. Original post: https://bitesizevegan.org/horseriding    Interview with Ren Hurst: https://bitesizevegan.org/ethics/learning-to-love-horses-one-trainers-journey-away-from-horseback-riding/  Video with Ren Hurst: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nPM3Aju8hU  Bite Size Vegan was founded on the belief that everyone deserves access to solid, factual information on issues impacting their health, our planet, society, and the lives of other sentient beings. The website, videos, resources and speeches serve to provide this access in formats tailored to modern methods of information consumption—digestible and approachable, yet backed by rigorous research. Believing in the power of an informed public, Emily provides free, open-access to right-to-know information in a digestible format. Bite Size Vegan fills a unique space in vegan activism & advocacy by bringing together the accessibility of engaging social-media content with the integrity and depth of research-backed, transparently-cited educational information. By helping people make the connection that veganism—far from an extreme way of life—is simply aligning our actions with the values we already have, Bite Size Vegan strives to end the pervasive exploitation of non-human animals. How to support the podcast:   Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen.   Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing  Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing  LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #bitesizevegan #animalrights #horses #horse #horseriding #horsebackriding #bits #bridles #whips #saddles #renhurst #horselover #horsepower #horselife #horserider #horsesofinstagram     

Andy Ward Mixes & Shows
Paul Moran 1991 x 2. Classic Tape Archives.

Andy Ward Mixes & Shows

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 106:16


More fantastic music from the golden boy of our crew. I explain who Mr Moran is and why he was so important to us all. The post Paul Moran 1991 x 2. Classic Tape Archives. appeared first on DJ Andy Ward.

Positive University Podcast
Legacy. What will yours be? | Remembering Coach Richie Moran

Positive University Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 14:55


Legacy. What will yours be? Will people remember you because of how much you cared? Richie Moran did. A lot. And it's why his influence changed so many lives for good. Mine included. Hope you will take 15 minutes and listen to meaningful and funny l stories that I believe will encourage you to be a better friend, teammate, coach, teacher and leader. Original interview from ESPN's Between The Lines

Emerge Church
We Are Family - Pastor Wade Moran - May 1, 2022

Emerge Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 65:53


Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
Remembering Richie Moran | S5 E8

Overtime with Paul Carcaterra

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 56:48


Richie Moran, the legendary Cornell men's lacrosse coach, died on April 24, leaving behind a great legacy in the game of lacrosse. Moran built the culture of Cornell lacrosse that exists today, and he left an impact on all of his players, from top scorers to benchwarmers. He was a players' coach and we could … Continue reading Remembering Richie Moran | S5 E8 →

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 2 May 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 178:35


So many morans, so little time, even when there's three hours. 

Going North Podcast
Ep. 501 – “Everyone Is an Entrepreneur” with Gregory Diehl (@GregoryVDiehl)

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 49:35


“Everybody is always so sure that the way they see the world and the way they're doing things is the correct way.” - Gregory DiehlToday's featured bestselling author is an educator, world traveler, personal development mentor, TEDx speaker, and Founder of Identity Publications, Gregory Diehl. Gregory and I talk about his book, “The Heroic and Exceptional Minority: A Guide to Mythological Self-Awareness and Growth”, lessons learned from traveling the world, and tons more!! Key Things You'll Learn:How he became an author.The 3 major lessons he gained from traveling the world.What to expect from his future books.How setbacks can be a catalyst for creation. Gregory's Site: https://www.gregorydiehl.net/Gregory's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Gregory-Diehl/e/B017USY7IU?ref_=dbs_p_ebk_r00_abau_000000Gregory's TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PIHnX_tRqM The opening track is titled "Intelligent Crew" by Rukunetsu (AKA Project R). To download this and other ear sugar from this artist, click the following link. https://soundcloud.com/rukunetsu/intelligent-crew-dw5-rmix You May Also Like… Ep. 401 – “Spellbound Under the Spanish Moss” with Connor Judson Garrett (@GarretJudson): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-401-spellbound-under-the-spanish/ Ep. 303 – “10,000 Miles with my Dead Father's Ashes” with Devin Galaudet (@DevinGalaudet): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-303-10000-miles-with-my-dead-fathers-ashes-with-devin-galaudet-devingalaudet/ Ep. 411 – “Name That Mouse” with David Wood (@_focusceo): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-411-name-that-mouse-with-david-wood-_focusceo/ 14 - "Reach Your Mountaintop" Jeff Davis (@JeffDavis027): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/14-reach-your-mountaintop-jeff-davis-jeffdavis027/ Ep. 311 – “Works of Urban Mythopoeia” with Cat Rambo (@Catrambo): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-311-works-of-urban-mythopoeia-with-cat-rambo-catrambo/ Ep. 382 – “Coming Out as Yourself” with Stephanie Lavigne (@stephlavigne): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-382-coming-out/ Ep. 410 – “Research Scientist Turned Urban Fantasy Author” with Kristi Charish (@kristicharish): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-410-research-scientist-turned-urban-fantasy-author-with-kristi-charish-kristicharish/ Ep. 351 – “The Gift Legacy” with JP McLean (@jpmcleanauthor): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-351-the-gift-legacy-with-jp-mclean-jpmcleanauthor/ Ep. 318 – “Beautiful, Frightening and Silent” with Jennifer Anne Gordon (@JenniferAnneGo5): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-318-beautiful-frightening-and-silent-with-jennifer-anne-gordon-jenniferannego5/ Ep. 314.5 (Holiday Bonus) – “Turning Point” with Kristy Smith (@kristynotkirsty): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3145-holiday-bonus-turning-point-with-kristy-smith-kristynotkirsty/ Ep. 323 – “Shapers of Worlds” with Edward Willett (@ewillett): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-323-shapers-of-worlds-with-edward-willett-ewillett/ Ep. 319 – “The Hunter” with Jim Christina: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-319-the-hunter-with-jim-christina/ 240 – “Living An International Life” with E.J. Moran: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/240-living-an-international-life-with-ej-moran/

She Coaches Coaches
Real Life Coaching: How To Bring My Creativity Into The World with Melissa Moran-Ep: 091

She Coaches Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 18:34


Join me for a real-life coaching demonstration with my client Melissa. We talk about creativity and passion projects and how to bring more of them out into the world. This is a common challenge creatives face. We have so many amazing and brilliant ideas and then they get stuck in draft. We talk about how to get the right ideas out into the world and how to manage our UFOs (unfinished objects) Endnote: Check out the result of this coaching. Two days after this coaching session Melissa published her journal, The Narrator Planner 2022 and she is now a published author   Featured on This Show:https://candy-motzek.mykajabi.com/work-with-me (Click here to find out how to work with me) https://www.melissacoaches.com/ (Melissa Moran, Coach, Audiobook Narrator) https://amzn.to/38ccn8X (The Narrator Planner 2022)

Geopolitics & Empire
Bob Moran: They Are Going To See COVID1984 Through

Geopolitics & Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 64:16


Award-winning cartoonist Bob Moran discusses how he was fired from The Daily Telegraph for speaking out against government biosecurity measures. He gives his view on the past two years of medical tyranny, “waking up” and going down the rabbit hole. It's obvious to see who is behind all of this, the usual suspects, politicians backed […]

Where Passion and Purpose Collide
Barbara Moran - Moran Family of Brands

Where Passion and Purpose Collide

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 57:33


Barbara Moran is an artist, collaborator, rebel and overcomer who frequently goes against the grain.   In fact, Barbara Moran went face-to-face in the battle of the sexes and won! Learn how she maneuvered through an old school mindset in a male dominate industry to become the CEO of Moran Family of Brands.   What was her secret for success against all odds?   Listen in.   Don't miss this episode of The Franchise Woman podcast: Where Passion & Purpose Collide. Trust me you'll kick yourself if you do! 

The Woo Cast
Mental Fitness, Synchronicities & Creating Your Dream Business with Amanda Moran & Juliet Root

The Woo Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:11


If there was ever an episode I wanted you all to listen to, it's this one! Why? Because after over a year of doing this show I felt more like myself than ever before. In this episode my dear friend and business partner sits right next to me on my living room couch and we get real and raw with our journey into starting our dream business. Highlights of the episode: Pulling two amazing oracle cards in the beginning of the show - Now before you listen. Pick card #1 or #2 and find out what your message from the universe is. Why it's important for things to be messy and unpredictable when starting new things. How to pay attention to the synchronicities (or bread crumbs as I like to call them) in your life that are leading you to your ultimate destiny. My Richual's website: https://myrichual.com/ My Richual's IG: https://www.instagram.com/myrichual/ Amanda's IG: https://www.instagram.com/theamandamoran/ Juliet's IG: https://www.instagram.com/juliet_root/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewoocast/message

Emerge Church
Going Through It To Get To It - Pastor Wade Moran - April 24, 2022

Emerge Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 57:12


Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 25 April 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 1717:25


It's a Monday, and it's a doozy. Hmmmm! We haven't heard from NutMegyn ("Of course Santa Claus is white") Kelly in while. Wonder what she's up to . . .

RTÉ - Drivetime
Kate Moran Funeral

RTÉ - Drivetime

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 9:41


Marty Morrissey, RTÉ GAA Correspondent

Clare FM - Podcasts
Clare Camogie Pay Tribute to Galway Player Kate Moran

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 8:18


On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Brid McNamara, Clare Camogie PRO joined us to pay tribute to Kate Moran. The 20 year-old underage inter-county player with Galway, was playing for her club Athenry against Ardrahan on Monday evening when she required emergency services. Kate was treated at the scene before she was taken to University Hospital Galway, but, sadly, she died from her injuries on Tuesday morning. Photo (c) Kate Moran RIP

Galway Bay Fm - Galway Talks - with Keith Finnegan

Thousands of people turned out in Athenry last night for a candle light vigil for Kate Moran.  The 20 year old, from Monivea, died at UHG on Tuesday morning after being injured during a match between Athenry and Ardrahan on Monday.   Her teammates, neighbours and members of the Galway camogie community near and far gathered to remember Kate at last night's event at Kenny Park.  For Galway Talks, Galway Bay FM's Tommy Devane was there. 

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Galway GAA community gathers for candlelight vigil for Kate Moran

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 3:29


Marty Morrissey, GAA Correspondent, talks to people at the vigil in Athenry in memory of Kate Moran.

Causeway Kings
E5 - Former NHL D-Man IAN MORAN

Causeway Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 97:46


BENNY        @Causewaykings33CLANCE      @CausewayClancy4MERRILL      @CausewayMarshalBJ                @BrianBJJohnsto1BRENDAN   @BConn63IAN MORAN @IMHockeyskillshttps://www.neutralzone.net/mens/scouts/ian-moran/2.26 CLANCE GETS THINGS STARTED 9.00 YOUTH COACHES WERE A HUGE INFLUENCE 12.01 BIG TY SHOUT OUT12.23 MERRILL ASKS ABOUT BELMONT HILL AND THE DRAFT 199016.37 PLAYING 1 SPORT ALL THE WAY THROUGH YOUTH IS FINE.20.25 PRACTISE IS LIFE NO MATTER WHAT. 22.10 WHEN DID YOU START GOING TO THE GYM AS A KID? 25.10 BEST CHICKEN PARM EVER IS ......83 IN KINGSTON 26.50 WHAT LED YOU TO BC OUT OF BELMONT 31.00 JERRY YORK MEMORIES 34.40 TRANSITION FROM COLLEGE TO PRO 39.45 DROPPED INTO THE PLAYOFFS AND NEVER LOOKED BACK 42.42 JAGR AND IAN WERE DRAFTED SAME YEAR46.17 BEING TRADED TO THE BRUINS 49.48 BEGINNING IN BOSTON 2003-0451.45 PLAYING THE HABS AS A BRUIN 53.45 FROSTED TIPS? 55.30 BASEBALL HAT EVERYDAY, ITS TRADITION56.45 HOW DID YOU STAY HEALTHY DURING YOUR CAREER? 59.07 WHO WAS YOUR FAVORITE TO PLAY WITH? WHO WAS TOUGHEST? 01.01.35 NEUTRAL ZONE SPORTS MEDIA COMPANY 01.09.21 WATCHING GAMES IN THE ZONE 01.11.00 WATCHING GAMES LOW KEY IS THE BEST WAY TO DO IT01.15.00 TOP 3 RED FLAGS OF YOUNG PLAYERS  DURING EVALUATION01.23.45 PLAYING IN ENGLAND FOR NOTTINGHAM01.26.20 CLANCE'S FINAL THOUGHTS - LEGEND OF BABY BLUE01.29.40 BJ'S FINAL THOUGHTS 01.31.20 MERRILL'S FINAL THOUGHTS 01.33.06 BCONN'S FINAL THOUGHTS 01.35.15 THE YEAR OF THE RAT MEMORY IN FLA01.37.00 IAN'S FINAL THOUGHTS 

Galway Bay Fm - Galway Talks - with Keith Finnegan

A tremendous role model for our many underage players and a wonderful leader both on and off the field of play” That was how Athenry Camogie Club described Kate Moran last night as the club issued a statement on the tragic death of the 21 year old. Tributes have flooded in for the talented young player from Monivea who died 24 hours after suffering a head injury during a club match between Athenry and Ardrahan on Monday.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Tributes paid to Galway camogie player Kate Moran

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 7:40


GAA Correspondent Marty Morrissey speaks to us from Athenry

Trumpcast
What Next: Biden's Immigration Mess

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 27:50


Pro-immigration advocates had high hopes when the Biden administration came to office that some of the harsher policies imposed by Trump would ease. Instead, immigration policy has been a mess inside the White House. The move to rescind Title 42 – a health policy that the Trump administration used to restrict migration at the U.S.-Mexico border is now further dividing Democrats.  Guest: Tyler Moran, former deputy assistant to President Biden and senior advisor for migration. Moran co-founded the Immigration Hub and has 20 years of experience developing and implementing immigration policy.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
Biden's Immigration Mess

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 27:50


Pro-immigration advocates had high hopes when the Biden administration came to office that some of the harsher policies imposed by Trump would ease. Instead, immigration policy has been a mess inside the White House. The move to rescind Title 42 – a health policy that the Trump administration used to restrict migration at the U.S.-Mexico border is now further dividing Democrats.  Guest: Tyler Moran, former deputy assistant to President Biden and senior advisor for migration. Moran co-founded the Immigration Hub and has 20 years of experience developing and implementing immigration policy.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: Biden's Immigration Mess

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 27:50


Pro-immigration advocates had high hopes when the Biden administration came to office that some of the harsher policies imposed by Trump would ease. Instead, immigration policy has been a mess inside the White House. The move to rescind Title 42 – a health policy that the Trump administration used to restrict migration at the U.S.-Mexico border is now further dividing Democrats.  Guest: Tyler Moran, former deputy assistant to President Biden and senior advisor for migration. Moran co-founded the Immigration Hub and has 20 years of experience developing and implementing immigration policy.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sherlock Holmes: Trifles
The Tree That Wasn't

Sherlock Holmes: Trifles

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 22:47


“There's not a tree in the park” [EMPT]  The third week of the month means it's time for Master's Class: a look at an exemplary piece of Sherlockian scholarship from over the years.    In this episode, we look at Nicholas Utechin's masterful piece from the 1972 Baker Street Journal in which he deduced exactly where Colonel Moran was when he shot the Hon. Ronald Adair in "The Empty House." Or was it Moran at all? It's just a Trifle.   Don't forget: all of our Patreon supporters are eligible for our monthly and quarterly drawings.   Full show notes: https://ihose.co/trifles277 Thank you to our sponsor, The Baker Street Journal.   Please support Trifles on Patreon: https://patreon.com/trifles  

Emerge Church
Following Jesus Pt. 5 - Pastor Wade Moran - April 10, 2022

Emerge Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 55:55


Plant Based Briefing
257: Do Animals Grieve? By Emily Moran Barwick at BiteSizeVegan.org

Plant Based Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 11:42


Humans have long used our ability to experience complex emotions to distinguish ourselves from other animals. But is this ability really isolated to our species? And if non-human animals do have the capacity to emote, what does that say about how we treat them? By Emily Moran Barwick at BiteSizeVegan.org. Original post: https://bitesizevegan.org/ethics/AnimalsGrieve  Bite Size Vegan was founded on the belief that everyone deserves access to solid, factual information on issues impacting their health, our planet, society, and the lives of other sentient beings. The website, videos, resources and speeches serve to provide this access in formats tailored to modern methods of information consumption—digestible and approachable, yet backed by rigorous research. Believing in the power of an informed public, Emily provides free, open-access to right-to-know information in a digestible format. Bite Size Vegan fills a unique space in vegan activism & advocacy by bringing together the accessibility of engaging social-media content with the integrity and depth of research-backed, transparently-cited educational information. By helping people make the connection that veganism—far from an extreme way of life—is simply aligning our actions with the values we already have, Bite Size Vegan strives to end the pervasive exploitation of non-human animals. How to support the podcast:   Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen.   Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing  Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing  LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #bitesizevegan #speciesism #animalrights #grief #animalemotions #animalsentience #sentient #emotions #elephants #gorillas #chimpanzees #Dolphins #cows #horses #chickens #animalgrief    

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 18 April 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 1323:26


Morans! Manly morans! Morans in the sky! Toasted morans! Cranky old un-funny morans!

Educational AD Podcast
FLASHBACK SATURDAY - Bobbi Moran of Kent Place School in Summit, New Jersey

Educational AD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 33:02


We're going back almost one year ago to our visit with Bobbi Moran, the Athletic Director at Kent Place School in New Jersey. Bobbi shared her story which includes an impressive coaching record along with being a National Leader in promoting girls sports! Bobbi also does a great job with all of the teams and programs at Kent Place so sit back and enjoy this week's FLASHBACK visit with Bobbi Moran on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support

Wrote Podcast
S7Ep15 – James K Moran – Dramatic Shenanigans

Wrote Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 71:03


James K. Moran returns to share his latest work, the anthology Burly Tales, and tease his upcoming Fear Itself. Along the way we talk about love, loss, joy, horror, fairy tales, and the life of a writer and editor.

MORANmente incorrectos.
Catalina y Emiliano de fiesta

MORANmente incorrectos.

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 41:00


Catalina y Emiliano van a su primera fiesta. Ademas: tenemos nuestra primera sesión de fotos, el tiktok llega al congreso, a mariana le embolsan su autoservicio, ¿quién estudia algo en Euphoria? para tal caso ¿alguien se gradúa en Élite? Britney esta embarazada y hay una señora que robo un millón de dólares con sus 65 gatos. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/moranmenteincorrectos)

Rebel News +
SHEILA GUNN REID | Bob Moran is producing free political cartoons for The Democracy Fund

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 34:43


Bob Moran joins Sheila Gunn Reid from his home in the UK to talk about his journey to The Democracy Fund and the near-complete conformity of the arts community in enforcing government COVID-19 narratives.

Hey, it's Cory Hepola
Rep. Rena Moran/Georgia needs to find her car

Hey, it's Cory Hepola

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 16:26


Rep. Rena Moran shares about her efforts in support black mothers at the legislature before Georgia Fort wraps the show talking about her difficult time figuring out the parking ramps and Minneapolis skyway this week.

Hey, it's Cory Hepola
Rena Moran is supporting black mothers at the legislature

Hey, it's Cory Hepola

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 11:41


Rep. Rena Moran joins Georgia Fort during Black Maternity Health week to talk about what she and others are doing at the legislature to ensure black mothers have more safe and successful birth experiences.

Reimagining Hustle with Roxanne Merket
Find Your Rhythm - Reimagining Hustle with Megan Moran

Reimagining Hustle with Roxanne Merket

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 24:46


Megan Moran, former stylist and mom of 2, is the owner of The Mompreneur Guide. She helps mompreneurs navigate this crazy lifestyle that is with as much ease as possible, and helps them add hours back to their day through strategy, community and self.  In this episode, Megan and I talk about mom guilt, white space in your calendar, and finding your rhythm. It's an episode that inspired me again and again. 

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 11 April 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 58:08


Only an hour today, due to a meeting I promised to attend, but that hour was rich in MAGATS n' Morans . . . but I repeat myself.

Side Quests Episode 149: Horizon Zero Dawn with Joseph Moran aka Mr Bad Bit

"Fun" and Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 22:00


Side Quests is back and this episode's host is podcaster, Junior Campaign Executive and Nora tribe outcast, Joseph Moran aka Mr Bad Bit! The game he is talking about today is Horizon Zero Dawn by Guerrilla Games! You can also find this episode's host on twitter and listen to his podcast here!

DLC
438: Joseph Moran: Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga, Kingdom Hearts 4, Unreal Engine 5, Return to Monkey Island, Elden Ring, Weird West, Patrick's Parabox, Demeo

DLC

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 118:37


Jeff and Christian welcome Joseph Moran from The Trophy Room, A Playstation Podcast back to the show this week to talk about the Kingdom Hearts 4 announcement trailer, what the release of Unreal Engine 5 means for the industry, the surprise Return to Monkey Island announcement, and more! The Playlist: Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Elden Ring, Fortnite No Build Mode, Dead Cells (ios), Demeo PC, Weird West, Patrick's Parabox, Vampire Survivors Parting Gifts! Support the show by becoming a Patron at https://patreon.com/dlcpod (patreon.com/dlcpod) Grab some new DLC branded merch here: https://dlcpod.creator-spring.com (https://dlcpod.creator-spring.com)

Winning With Shopify
How To Make Millions From Shopify - With Serial Entrepreneur Mikey Moran

Winning With Shopify

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 47:23


On this episode we have Serial Entrepreneur, Mikey Moran, on the show! Mikey explains how he made $2m in a single month, and shares advice he would give to Shopify store owners who may be just starting out, or running a successful store and looking to scale up!Mikey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moranmikey/Mikey's New book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fearless-Beauty-Hair-Business-Blueprint/dp/1544520085Private Label Extensions: https://www.privatelabelextensions.com/Podcast: https://www.hairbizradio.com/This months sponsor is Privy. Privy is the fastest way to grow sales with Email & SMS. You can build your list, save abandoned carts, send money-making emails & texts, and more—all in one place. Plus you'll get coaching and support from e-commerce experts no matter where you start. Sign up for a FREE 15-day trial today by heading over to Privy here to get started! https://www.privy.com/winningNeed help marketing your Shopify store? Reach out to us for a FREE consultation - https://justaskparker.com/Want to be involved in the podcast? You can get involved here - https://winningwithshopify.com/Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinningWithShopify/)

Daily | Conversations
Wing/Non-Wing Outlaw double in Missouri; Devin Moran leads Lucas to Hagerstown, Port Royal | Daily 4-7-2022

Daily | Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 9:22


Head-ON With Bob Kincaid
Moran Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 4 April 2022

Head-ON With Bob Kincaid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 198:34


OK. Who fed the morans after Midnight?

Primal Blueprint Podcast
24: Eat to Beat Disease with Dr. William Li

Primal Blueprint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 48:33


On this week's episode, Moran sits down with Dr. William Li, an internal medicine doctor, vascular biologist, and author of the book "Eat to Beat Disease." Dr Li always had an interest in food and diet lifestyles since he was young, and he studied the links between food, culture and the health of communities around the world for years. Dr Li looked to blood vessels to find common denominators within different diseases and has been involved in 41 FDA-approved medications for disease treatment from his studies. The medical director for the Angiogenesis Foundation, Dr Li explains the way our body grows blood vessels, a central tenant to health. His research has shown that certain foods help our body overgrow blood vessels that could potentially cause diseases like cancer. Dr Li applies the "Food as Medicine Research" method to his work, talking  about foods that activate our health defenses, and what to add to our body to build ourselves up. His personal mantra is to "love your food & love your health." In this in-depth conversation, Dr Li discusses fasting & its relation to his research, his "grand slam" foods, what helps treat disease along with prevention, and the power of fiber.