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Shout! A football podcast on the Buffalo Bills with Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot
Everybody is hyping the Patriots & Mac Jones, should the Bills be worried? Early Bills-Pats thoughts w/ Matthew Fairburn

Shout! A football podcast on the Buffalo Bills with Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 47:25


Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot bring you the latest Bills news ahead of their big Monday Night Football showdown with the New England Patriots. They bring on special guest Matthew Fairburn, who covered the Bills for 7 seasons before heading to New England to cover the Pats for The Athletic. They get a view of the Pats from their beat and discuss how both fan bases are treating this one headed into the big game."Shout!" Buffalo Bills football podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Acast and wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow @MattParrino (https://twitter.com/MattParrino) and @RyanTalbotBills (https://twitter.com/RyanTalbotBills) on TwitterFind our Bills coverage wherever you like to consume social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buffalobill...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/buffalobills...Twitter: https://twitter.com/billsupdateFor all your Bills coverage head to https://www.syracuse.com/buffalo-bills/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
Conversations That Make a Difference with Teresa Velardi

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 59:55


"Children's Books that Build Confidence" Authors: Jeria Arthur "Girls Play Football Too" Jeria "Ace" Arthur, from Conyers, GA is the mother of two, a professional women's football player and gym owner. Her children, Jayah and Jayce are the children in her book, "Girls Play Football Too" and a huge inspiration for her book series. Ace owns "ACEquarters" where her brand, "Ace Athletics is housed and where she trains her clients to live healthier lifestyles, and athletes to perform at their highest level. The WFLA, the first women's football league that will pay it's players will make its debut in early 2022! Ace plays wide receiver and running back for the "Atlanta Amazons." She lives by the phrase, "There is no limit to what you can achieve." www.girlsplayfootball.org Link to "Girls Play Football Too"  https://amzn.to/3xycWmj Sarah Jibrin "Kip the 'Copter and the Rushing River Adventure" Sarah Jibrin is excited to share her first children's book, which was birthed while inventing a bedtime story for her children. It's important to Sarah that we take advantage of the opportunities we have with children to empower them to see their value and live with integrity. She hopes to contribute to your child's growth through this story and others to come. Sarah loves spending time with her husband and children where they live in New England. She believes it's never too late to be like Kip the 'Copter and discover the unique qualities that enable us to strengthen those around us while using our talents. www.telotownadventures.com Link to Kip the 'Copter and the Rushing River Adventure"  https://amzn.to/3liX0z8 Melanie Francis "Poop Shoes" From an early age, Melanie Francis loved to draw. She earned admittance to New York City's prestigious High School of Art and Design. While in college, Melanie discovered that she enjoyed writing stories as much as she liked drawing and painting. She has combined her love of art with her love of writing to create "Poop Shoes." Ms. Francis is currently working on her next children's book, "Miss Abby Crabby." Link to "Poop Shoes" https://amzn.to/3E0Zdqk Video Version  https://youtu.be/auv4Z-u69eo Call in with a comment or Chat with Teresa during Live Show with Video Stream: Call 646-558-8656 ID: 8836953587 press #. To Ask a Question press *9 to raise your hand. Or click YouTube icon to write a question Learn more about Teresa here: www.webebookspublishing.com

Outside/In
Outside/Inbox: Do Bears Hoot?

Outside/In

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 29:44


We've got answers to your burning questions: a query about the impacts of wildlife smoke on bird migration; a long-smoldering family debate over whether or not bears can hoot; and, perhaps, stamping out the fire in the gas furnace heating your home.Question 1: What home heating system is best for the climate?Question 2: Is wildfire smoke impacting bird migration?Question 3: Do bears hoot?Question 4: Are farmers practicing agroforestry in New England?Do you have a question about the natural world? Submit it to the Outside/Inbox! Send a voice memo to outsidein@nhpr.org or call our hotline: 1-844-GO-OTTER (844-466-8837). Don't forget to leave a number so we can call you back.Featuring: Nate (The House Whisperer) Adams, Emily Mottram, Joe Lajewski, Olivia Sanderfoot, Anni Yang, Dave Mance III, Andy Timmins, David Telesco, Kate Macfarland, and Meghan Giroux. SUPPORTOutside/In is made possible with listener support. Click here to become a sustaining member of Outside/In. Subscribe to our newsletter.Follow Outside/In on Instagram or Twitter, or join our private discussion group on Facebook CREDITSReported and produced by Felix Poon, Taylor Quimby, Jessica Hunt, and Justine ParadisHost: Justine ParadisEdited by Taylor QuimbyAdditional editing by Cori PrincellExecutive producer: Rebecca LavoieMixed by Felix Poon, Taylor Quimby, Jessica Hunt, and Justine ParadisTheme: Breakmaster CylinderAdditional music by Blue Dot Sessions

New England Mic Check Radio
Ep #68 - Hip Hop, R&B and Urban Heat

New England Mic Check Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 80:01


Congratulations to all these amazing artists whose songs are included within Episode #68. Your contributions to New England's Urban Music Culture is Priceless and it's an honor to be able to share your music to the world. Congratulations to all these amazing artists whose songs are included within Episode #68. Your contributions to New England's Urban Music Culture is Priceless and it's an honor to be able to share your music to the world. @joynerlucas @michaelchristmas @fblack401 @tonespliff @farixwisdom @bayholla @lbeansthegreat @aullthat @donniedurag @suriel781 @stargyaltrippy @shaybandzomt @tswanmusic @kembaland @lilyisrayne @itsmirandarae @herotheemcee @j_faithofficial @inswain994 @boujeeboiizoot @kkcallforduty @lilrich @mozadomusic @livinanoyd @statikselekt @ufofev @termanologyst @kweengdoll and SPOTLIGHT ARTIST @zakiyyah_official Now Streaming at nemiccheck.com and your favorite music streaming platform.

Toucher & Rich
The Bankroll Boys // Red Sox Last Minute Trades // New England vs. Buffalo on Monday Night - 12/2 (Hour 2)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 41:40


(00:00) Joe Murray and Dan Lifshatz are the Bankroll Boys and join Toucher & RIch in-studio for their weekly segment. Governor Baker isn't running for a third term. What does that mean for sports betting in Massachusetts (13:56) The Patriots' chances of reaching the AFC East, AFC championship and the Super Bowl? Also, Patriots vs Bills and Week 13 Predictions, odds, spreads, over/under & betting trends for NFL week 13  (22:58) We circle back to the Red Sox as they acquire Jackie Bradley Jr. and two prospects from the Brewers for Hunter Renfroe. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #65: Wachusett Mountain President Jeff Crowley

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 102:27


The Storm Skiing Podcast is sponsored by Mountain Gazette - Listen to the podcast for discount codes on subscriptions and merch.WhoJeff Crowley, President of Wachusett Mountain, MassachusettsRecorded onNovember 29, 2021Why I interviewed himWhen the Crowleys showed up at “Mt. Wachusett Ski Area” in 1969, the place looked like any of the hundred-plus rinky-dink operations dotting the state at the time:Like subsistence farmers coaxing shoots from cracked earth in some pre-industrial past, Wachusett and its kin eked out a seasonal living. Simple operations powered by simple machines and whatever fell from the sky. Most failed. Wachusett thrived. Today, it looks like this:As I’ve written about other regionally beloved ski areas that persisted as their neighbors disappeared into the wilderness - Plattekill, Jiminy Peak - there was nothing inevitable about this. The Crowleys made it happen. Wachusett is not merely a survivor. It is one of the most successful ski areas in the country. Beloved and profitable, it hosts more than 400,000 annual skier visits on 130-ish acres. That’s only 50,000 fewer than 3,000-acre Whitefish. And yet, it works. The place is an absolute machine, every part of the experience optimized and streamlined, the relentless focus on one thing: to get as many people as possible skiing as much as possible.What we talked aboutWachusett ranked ahead of Stowe on Ski’s reader poll; opening weekend 2021; how a Massachusetts ski area beats so many larger, farther-north ski areas to open year after year; “we’re all crazy” at Wachusett; what the mountain looked like when the Crowleys showed up in 1969; the ski area’s Civilian Conservation Corps legacy; the oldest trail on the mountain; how Wachusett thrived as so many other Massachusetts ski areas failed; how a day skiing at Mount Snow inspired Ralph Crowley to buy Wachusett; how it feels when your dad buys a ski area; a cross-country adventure in lift installation; why Wachusett is likely to be a family-run operation for the foreseeable future; the Wachusett diaspora; the origins of Wa-Wa-Wachusett:…400,000-plus skier visits on a 130-acre ski area and the Wachusett MACHINE; climate-proofing the ski area; the irrepressible Worcester ski culture; the Wachusett you encounter will depend upon the time of day you show up; the importance of local ski journalism and what we lose when it fades; the vertical-drop and French fry battles between Berkshire East and Wachusett; how turmoil over old-growth forest near the mountain’s summit set the ski area’s modern footprint; why Wachusett doesn’t have marked glades; whether the ski area could ever lose its lease; what the ski area is considering as a replacement for its summit lift; sponsored chairlifts; why Wachusett installed a 300-vertical-foot high-speed quad; where the old Monadnock lift went; the Vickery Bowl expansion; whether the ski area could ever expand again; how Wachusett helps preserve land all over the state; why the mountain grooms twice per day; why the ski area will continue making snow into the end of March; beating Killington to open in 2020; that one time you could ski in May in Massachusetts; why the mountain continued to limit season pass sales and cut the ski day into sessions for 2021-22, and whether those changes will persist; keeping lift-ticket prices low; reciprocal season-pass partners; why Wachusett didn’t migrate from the MAX Pass to the Ikon Pass; whether the mountain could ever join another multi-mountain pass; reaction to the advent of the Epkon passes in New England; why Wachusett pass sales persist in this environment; you won’t believe the ski area that Wachusett bid on last year; and why Crowley thinks I should buy a ski area and why I probably never will.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewBecause from my seat, it doesn’t make sense: the Epkon passes keep getting more affordable, their kingdoms spreading like videogame emperors, and Wachusett doesn’t flinch. It was on a megapass and the megapass disappeared and the mountain didn’t join another one. They’re just like, “nah we’re good.” But in an accent impossible to imitate and designed to make me look ridiculous if I tried. Wachusett just keeps going. A third-grade bubblegum-wrapper detective could figure out why: great location, good managers, rabid local skiers. Fine. It’s still surrounded by abandoned ski areas. What makes this place special, a true independent independent in an era of consolidation and backed-into-a-corner coalition building? Listen to Crowley and you’ll get it pretty quick. I sure did.What I got wrongI said on the podcast that Jiminy Peak and Pats Peak had lift-ticket prices exceeding $100. This is incorrect. Jiminy Peak’s top rate for the 2021-22 ski season is $99. Pats Peak tops out at $89. I also referred to Connecticut’s Woodbury ski area as “Middlebury,” making my second ridiculous yeah-I’m-not-from-New-England mistake in as many weeks.Why you should ski WachusettWell, if you live in eastern Massachusetts, the answer is pretty straightforward: because it’s right there, a thousand-footer parked in your backyard. High-speed lifts and twice-a-day grooming and ticket/pass prices that are entirely reasonable. No well-I-guess-I-don’t-really-need-my-kidney-medication sticker-shock here. Even the cafeteria is affordable. It’s the same reason I ski Mountain Creek from my perch in New York City – there’s no reason not to.If you’re anyone else, from anywhere else, there are infinite other reasons why Wachusett may appeal to you: to support a family-owned business, to be part of the mania, to witness The MACHINE. I don’t know. I figured out a while ago that I could spend the rest of my lift skiing the same six ski areas in Vermont that everyone else did, or I could explore a little. I’m having a lot more fun since I decided on the latter path. Five Star Recommend. Just go.Additional reading/videosLift Blog’s inventory of Wachusett’s lift fleetHistoric Wachusett trailmaps on skimap.orgWachusett perennially appears among the top 20 resorts on Ski magazine’s Eastern resort rankings - it nabbed the No. 15 spot this yearLongtime Worcester Telegram & Gazette snowsports columnist Shaun Sutner appeared on the podcast last week, and we discussed Wachusett and Worcester at length. His first column this season focuses on the next-generation of family managers set to guide the ski area into the future.Crowley and I discussed: what is the real vertical drop of Berkshire East (1,180 feet advertised), and Wachusett (1,000 feet advertised)?Support The Storm by shopping at our partners: Patagonia | Helly Hansen | Rossignol | Salomon | Utah Skis | Berg’s Ski and Snowboard Shop | Peter Glenn | Kemper Snowboards | Gravity Coalition | Darn Tough | Skier's Peak | Hagan Ski Mountaineering | Moosejaw | Skis.com |The House | Telos Snowboards | Christy Sports | Evo | Hotels Combined | Black Diamond | Eastern Mountain Sports Subscribe at www.stormskiing.com

The Drive
12/01 4pm Danny Parkins

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 45:41


Danny Parkins, of 670 The Score, joined The Drive to discuss if the Chiefs would be a favorite in a game vs New England. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloggingheads.tv
The Age of Republican Celebrities (Bill Scher & Matt K. Lewis)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 60:00


The Marjorie Taylor Greene-Nancy Mace blow-up ... Does trash talk define our politics? ... The depressing task of covering politics in 2021 ... Can Dr. Oz cure our political ills? ... The new breed of celebrity Republican politician ... Are Republicans losing their grip on New England governorships? ...

Bloggingheads.tv: The DMZ
The Age of Republican Celebrities (Bill Scher & Matt K. Lewis)

Bloggingheads.tv: The DMZ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 60:00


The Marjorie Taylor Greene-Nancy Mace blow-up ... Does trash talk define our politics? ... The depressing task of covering politics in 2021 ... Can Dr. Oz cure our political ills? ... The new breed of celebrity Republican politician ... Are Republicans losing their grip on New England governorships? ...

Portland Timbers Podcast Network
Jake Zivin and Ross Smith get you set for #PORvRSL playoff battle | The Buildup

Portland Timbers Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 13:17


Soccer analyst Ross Smith joins play-by-play man Jake Zivin with the first of three episodes of The Buildup this week. Is Saturday's Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs Western Conference Final between the Portland Timbers and Real Salt Lake the biggest game in Providence Park history? Ross and Jake talk about THAT Tuesday's result in the Eastern Conference between NYCFC and New England, as well as the potential lineup changes we'll see for the Timbers against RSL.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Jordan Palmer & Devin McCourty - Hour 2 (12-01-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 53:07


Former NFL quarterback-turn-QB-guru Jordan Palmer tells Rich if Michigan QB Cade McNamara can lead the Wolverines to a national championship, if #1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence is progressing or stagnating after 11 NFL starts and if Urban Meyer has surrounded him with the necessary coaches and scheme to develop into a star QB, what Bills QB Josh Allen needs to improve upon, why Patriots QB Mac Jones is having one of the best rookie seasons in NFL history, and if Baker Mayfield and the Browns have a viable future together.    Patriots Pro Bowl Safety Devin McCourty tells Rich how this year's New England squad compares to the past three Super Bowl champion teams he's been on, why Mac Jones has not looked like a rookie through 11 games so far, and if Bill Belichick has a bit more bounce in his step this year after missing the playoffs last season.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seriously Sinister
EP 38: Generation YIKES

Seriously Sinister

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:23


Big TRIPLE FEATURE ahead, as Aaron from Generation WHY joins us to tell a petty crime story. But first, Amanda is dealing with some surprise presents in her toilet while Trevin shares a Killer Fact about vampires in New England. Then it's on to two stories blinded by smoke and the biggest guest reading yet!Today's Stories:Lighting Green at The Red LightThe Exorcism of Maria Jr.A Criminal Craving (read by Aaron of Generation WHY)You can find out more about Generation WHY at genwhypod.com and listen wherever you get your podcasts.

Bovada's At Odds Podcast
College Football Conference Championship Week

Bovada's At Odds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 23:30


Championship Week! The boys shake off their turkey comas and dive in for a look at the college football conference championship weekend. Will the SEC send two teams to the playoffs? Can Michigan or Oklahoma State sneak in? And how many times will Patrick need to deny that he's not interested in the Notre Dame job? Over in the NFL Patrick and Seth take a look at the top week's matchups including an AFC East showdown between New England and Buffalo and whether the Cowboys can regain their early season form.

Buffalo Nerd Sports Podcast
Week 12 Phase Report

Buffalo Nerd Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 14:37


Now that the turkey coma has worn off, the week 12 phase report! The Bills put up a solid performance against a relatively depleted team in New Orleans. All in all, though, that is precisely what you were hoping to see, so job well done on getting the victory. We hit all three phases and hand out the game balls for the week! On to New England in week 13 preview will be out Friday. So head over to www.buffalolowdown.com for all things Bills and www.thebuffalonerd.com for all things NERD! Battle for the Division LET's GO! Prayers for Tre

Zone Podcasts
Jim Wyatt: This Bye is Coming at a Perfect Time

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 6:59


Jim Wyatt joined 3HL to talk about the Titans loss to New England and about how the team is going to benefit from this week's bye

Not Enough Men on the Field with Pants and Seth
There are no happy showers in New England

Not Enough Men on the Field with Pants and Seth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 40:05


The boys are back!! Where have they been? Dealing with our demons!!! This week Pants and Seth discuss the demise of the Steelers, Kareem Hunt's dad posting about Baker, Zach Wilson, Urban Meyer, Lamar Jackson and the Bucs almost drafting Jonathan Taylor!!   Presented by 5toolmooks.com and jarritos.com!!! Jarritos is the iconic Mexican brand of great tasting, fruit-flavored soft drinks, made with real sugar and natural flavors - no caffeine or high fructose corn syrup. With 13 unique fruit flavors, such as Grapefruit, Pineapple, Fruit Punch, and of course Mandarin, Jarritos has been celebrating difference and authenticity since 1950. Jarritos - "the official drink of tacos!"       5ToolMooks.com

In The Money Players' Podcast
ICE TIME: 20th Anniversary Podcast with PTF, Jay Atkinson, and Neal Bascomb

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 68:16


NON-RACING CONTENT Brought to you by PTF Press. PTF sits down with author Jay Atkinson, whom he edited 20 years ago in the initial publication of ICE TIME, a cult classic book about hockey, small-town New England, and familial bonds. Neal Bascomb -- the original agent on the project and a wildly successful bestselling author -- also joins in the conversation. To buy ICE TIME, go https://www.amazon.com/Ice-Time-Jay-Atkinson/dp/057832721X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1KPFQJB1Z3XT4&keywords=jay+atkinson+books&qid=1638294928&sprefix=jay+atkinson%2Caps%2C157&sr=8-2 (here) or go into your local independent bookseller and request that they order you a copy.

In The Money Players' Podcast
ICE TIME: 20th Anniversary Podcast with PTF, Jay Atkinson, and Neal Bascomb

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 68:16


NON-RACING CONTENT Brought to you by PTF Press. PTF sits down with author Jay Atkinson, whom he edited 20 years ago in the initial publication of ICE TIME, a cult classic book about hockey, small-town New England, and familial bonds. Neal Bascomb -- the original agent on the project and a wildly successful bestselling author -- also joins in the conversation. To buy ICE TIME, go https://www.amazon.com/Ice-Time-Jay-Atkinson/dp/057832721X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1KPFQJB1Z3XT4&keywords=jay+atkinson+books&qid=1638294928&sprefix=jay+atkinson%2Caps%2C157&sr=8-2 (here) or go into your local independent bookseller and request that they order you a copy.

The SB Nation NFL Show
Off Day Debrief #65: Seahawks continue to free fall + Week 13 Power Rankings

The SB Nation NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 53:14


Rob "Stats" Guerrera and Brandon Lee Gowton react to the Washington Football Team's close win over Seattle on Monday Night Football and unveil the only 100% accurate power rankings in the entire NFL podcast kingdom. Something is up between Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll - it's time to blow it up in Seattle Can Washington sneak into the playoffs in the NFC? Week 13 Power Rankings Should the Packers be at #1 in the power rankings after their win over the Rams? How worried should we be about the Cowboys? Did the Bills right the ship, and can they take the AFC East from New England? MVPs and LVPs of the week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy
147: Learning differences and Wilderness Therapy

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 58:02


Wilderness therapy programs have evolved over the last twenty years to better help those with learning differences that impact mental health. Many young people who enroll in wilderness therapy programs have undiagnosed learning differences, including dyslexia, ADHD, etc., that need to be addressed for a healthy change to occur. In this episode, we dive into this topic with Sanford Shapiro, a learning specialist at Evoke, and Anson McNulty, Operations Director at Summit Achievement, who has dyslexia.   Sanford's Bio from the Evoke Website:  Sanford Shapiro, M.Ed Learning Specialist & Executive Consultant for Evoke Therapy Programs Sanford Shapiro is a learning disabilities specialist who is a highly sought after trainer and speaker, noted for his ability to bridge gaps between therapy and cognitive science. He has been interviewed on TV and in print for his insights into learning differences and social-emotional concerns. Education & Prior Work Experience Sanford has had an extensive career as a teacher-trainer, school director and special needs consultant. Sanford's knowledge is steeped in research and heart, born from personal and family experience as well as professional and clinical work. Known for his success with dyslexic learners, gifted students and those on the autism spectrum, Sanford's mission has always been grounded by sharp insights about the day-to-day lives of children and adults who learn differently. Strengths Sanford has lived abroad in Australia as well as the west coast and mountain ranges of the northwestern U.S. Sanford was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and lived and worked in Appalachia and New England. These diverse experiences have reinforced the idea that different cultures are to be celebrated and yet always finding the joy in common ground. Interests Sanford and his wife Debbie, parents of two young adult sons currently live in the beautiful UNESCO world heritage city of Cuenca, Ecuador. This is their current base of operations and life, and enjoy traveling back to the USA for friends, family, and work. Sanford is also the author of two children's books, A Light Within (2017) and A Light Within My Dyslexia.   Anson's Bio from the Summit Website:  Anson grew up in the West Village of New York City, where he got to experience the vast culture and diversity the city has to offer. As Anson is dyslexic, he went to a special boarding school in midstate New York where he started to develop his love for nature. Anson attended Unity College in Maine where he received a Bachelor's degree in Outdoor Recreation Administration. Anson first discovered Summit Achievement shortly after graduating college. He was drawn to this work as it allowed him to be outside and give back to youth. He experienced so much support in his journey through dyslexia, and Anson wanted the opportunity to provide that same support to young people. Anson has worked at Summit Achievement since 2002. Since starting out as a guide, he's held multiple roles at Summit. Currently, Anson serves as the Operations Director, as well as being a co-owner. Anson is responsible for hiring and training guide staff and for overseeing the general day-to-day operations of the program. In addition to his education at Unity College, Anson is also certified as Wilderness First Responder, CPR Instructor, and CPI (Crisis Prevention and Intervention) Instructor. When Anson is not at Summit, which isn't often, he likes to spend time with his family on the Saco River and enjoys the scenic roads of New Hampshire and Maine on his motorcycle.

Raw Female
48/Raw Rerun: Talking eggs and more with Dr. Pei-Li Huang

Raw Female

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 47:08


In this Raw Rerun, Kris & Allie talk with reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Pei-Li Huang about women's health issues, IVF, donor eggs, health care advocacy, and more. They delve into infertility processes and stigmas, as well as the changing landscape of women's healthcare. Dr. Huang is board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology as well as Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. An active member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, Dr. Huang is a champion for women's reproductive health. She is a co-founder of Fertility Solutions, an IVF center, in New England.SHOWNOTESLinks to resources discussed in this podcast-  Dr. Pei-Li's Huang's practice, Fertility Solutions, an IVF center with locations in New England- For information on infertility, go to ReproductiveFacts.org- For fertility advocacy, a good place to start is Resolve: The National Infertility Association- For information about women's health, check out ACOG: The American College of Obstetricians and Gynocologists- Dani Shapiro's book Inheritance: A Memoir of Geneaology, Paternity, and Love- Wiki article on estradiol (please consult with your medical professional!)- Vagifem  website (please consult with your medical professional!)- Steinway & Sons PianosConnect with Raw Female- Join our email list and we'll remind you when new episodes drop.- Follow us on Instagram at @rawfemalepodcast- If you enjoyed this episode or learned something new, forward to a friend!- And don't forget to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!Here's what we discussed with Dr. Pei-Li Huang- Meet Dr. Pei-Li Huang, reproductive endocrinologist (00:21)- Hormones effect everything! (02:18)- Research on men—but what about the ladies? (02:24)- Trends on HRT & Pei-Li's thoughts (06:02)- Ouch - vaginal dryness! (07:27)- Men discuss infertility with Pei-Li (10:23)- Let's talk female libido research (11:24)- Allie pipes up about the patriarchy (12:24)- IVF and Raw Female's older demographic (14:15)-  Donor eggs and aging out (15:44)- The odd stigma around donor eggs (18:08)- Feeling “something's broken” (21:06)- Serving the transgender community (25:17)- Advocating for insurance coverage for fertility treatment (26:22)- Protocol and complications for older patients (28:19)- Should I freeze my eggs? (31:2)- Trends Pei-Li is seeing now (33:58)- Lobbying the AMA to define infertility as a disease (35:46)- Are we making headway on women's healthcare policy (37:45)- Pei-Li and her piano (38:05)Raw Female: Informational. Positive. Solution-based. Fun.

Navigating the Customer Experience
152: Loyalty Redefined! How to Enrich the Lives of Your Customers – The Unbeatable Strategy with Fred Reichheld

Navigating the Customer Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 36:13


Fred Reichheld is the creator of the Net Promoter system of management, the founder of Bain & Company's Loyalty practice and the author of five books including The New York Times bestseller, The Ultimate Question 2.0. He is currently a Fellow and Senior Advisory Partner at Bain, where he has worked since 1977. Fred is a frequent speaker at major business forums and his work on customer loyalty has been widely covered in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Financial Times, Fortune, Businessweek and The Economist.   His upcoming article to be published in November marks his 15th contribution to the Harvard Business Review. In 2012, he became one of the original LinkedIn influencers, an invitation only group of corporate leaders and public figures who are thought leaders in their respective fields. In 2003, Consulting Magazine named Fred as one of the world's 25 Most Influential Consultants.   According to The New York Times, he put loyalty economics on the map. The Economist refers to him as the “high priest” of loyalty. Reichheld graduated with honors both from Harvard College (B.A., 1974) and Harvard Business School (M.B.A., 1978). He's based in Cape Cod and Miami.   Questions   Could you share a little bit about your own journey? How is it that you got to where you are today? Could you explain to us what the Net Promoter system is and how companies should really be using it to yield the best results? Could you share with us maybe two or three things that you believe are contributing drivers of loyalty? What are some things that companies should look at in trying to enrich the lives of your customers? Do they need to understand what type of customer they're serving and does the generation matter? Could you share with us what is Customer Capitalism exactly? And how does that impact the consumer? Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you? Could you share with us what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? It could be something that you're working on to develop yourself or your people. Where can our listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you'll tend to revert to this quote, it kind of helps to keep you on track, or at least get you back on track if for any reason you get derailed. Do you have one of those?   Highlights   Fred's Journey   Fred shared that early in his career at Bain & Company, he noticed companies similar to us all, some brand new, some quite mature, but they were all outperforming all of the things he learned at the Harvard. Some were crushing it and a good example was enterprise Rent-A-Car, who started out as a tiny little rental leasing agency in St. Louis, and has grown now to become the largest car rental company on Earth without ever having to tap public equity markets, it's still a private company. And you think, Gosh, what I learned at Harvard was a capital intensive business, low growth industry, low margins, there's no way that you could grow on internally generated cash.   So, when he went to meet with Andy Taylor, their CEO, he said, “Fred, there's no secret, there's only one way to grow a successful business sustainably.” And so, he was listening for this great secret. And he said, “You treat your customers so they come back for more and bring their friends.”   And that basic idea changed his world because that's what he now understands is the key to success. If your customers are coming back for more and bringing their friends, your economic flywheel will crush the competition.   What is the Net Promoter System and How Companies Can Use it to Yield the Best Results   Me: Amazing. So I had an opportunity to get an advanced copy of your book Winning on Purpose: The Unbeatable Strategy of Loving Customer. I really, really love it. I haven't finished reading it as yet, but I've gotten quite far in it. And so, I just wanted you to share with us.   Fred, in the book, especially in the preface and the foreword, you kind of mentioned that you have this net promoter system, but people are not actually using it the way how you created it to be used. Could you explain to us what the Net Promoter system is and how companies should really be using it to yield the best results?   Fred shared that he's long been troubled by the fact that financial accounting is how we run our businesses. And while financial accounting is very good at telling us when we've extracted a million dollars from our customers wallets, it does nothing in helping us understand when we've enriched a million customers lives or when our teams have done work that's meaningful and toward an important purpose.   And Net Promoter was his attempt at helping companies measure that important idea of all the lives you touch, how many are enriched? How many diminished? And that evolved into Net Promoter Score is based on one question, how likely you'd recommend us to a friend, 0 through 10.   And it turns out that when someone gives you a 9, and especially a 10, you've enriched their life, you've lived up to the golden rule of loving your neighbor.   And 0 through 6, you failed, you diminish their life. And so, this notion of Net Promoter Score is just keeping track of all the lives touched, how many enriched, how many diminished, and how many promoters, how many detractors, it's very practical for running a business because your promoters are your assets, who come back for more and bring their friends. But also, it's a little bit inspirational because putting your teams to work, and enriching lives and measuring that outcome and helping them learn how to do better, that's really helping them live the right kind of life.   The Contributing Drivers of Loyalty   Me: So, at the end of the day, we're all trying to build better relationships with our customers. Now, in your book, you also said that loyalty means investing time and resources in relationships.   Do you know maybe could you share with us maybe based on your experience and your research, you've definitely been in the thing way longer than I have; maybe two or three drivers that you think contribute to loyalty.   And this is loyalty in general, which I'm sure impacts business relationships, because I mean, loyalty is something that as human beings, we do link it to a person. For example, if you have an animal, your dog is loyal to you as the owner, in a relationship; you're loyal to the other person that you're in the relationship with, whether it's a personal or professional relationship. So could you share with us maybe two or three things that you believe are contributing drivers of loyalty?   Fred shared that he thinks it's quite poorly understood in this day and age when people are demanding loyalty and trying to get loyalty through gimmicks and marketing, so called loyalty programs. So, he thinks it does make sense to get back to basics.   He thinks loyalty is an investment from you and another person in a relationship. And you think, “Why would I invest in someone else?” Well, it's because they stand for what you believe in you.   You believe that they'll reciprocate and treat you reasonably and not abuse your trust and that you're in a position to actually do something to make their life better. Otherwise, you're just wasting your time.   A lot of people think about loyalty as, “Oh, I want them to be loyal to me.” He thinks the way to start is, “How can I invest in this relationship and love them, make their lives better?”   And that's what great companies' do, that's what great leaders do, they inspire their troops to find ways to enrich the lives of customers sustainably, of course, profitably. But the whole goal in a business is making your customers lives better. Because when you do that, you're investing in the right relationships, they come back for more, they bring their friends, they say great things about you, they become your public relations force, that's how great business works.   And he thinks we get drawn off center a little bit because the larger our company is, the more it's run through financial mindset. It's our accounting numbers that we seem to view as the framework of success, when in fact, no, it's this golden rule ideas, it's love thy neighbor as thyself. And when you do it, you'll see the results because when customers feel the love, they are loyal and that's at the core of loyalty, it's earning loyalty by enriching customers lives. And loyalty from employees, by putting them in a position to earn lives of meaning and purpose, by enriching the lives of customers that they touch.   Me: I like the fact that you mentioned that it's not just about loyalty in terms of you getting the person to be loyal to you, but it has to be earned and it's not something that can be bought. So I'm glad that you mentioned at the beginning that a lot of these loyalty programs and marketing initiatives that organizations have that they dub as loyalty programs are not actually programs that will make or even influence your customers to be loyal to you. So it's good that you identified for us that loyalty is something that is earned.   What Companies Should Look for to Enrich the Lives of Customers   Me: Now, in terms of showing your customers or enriching their lives regardless of the industry that you're in, whether you're a financial company, you sell insurance or you have credit cards, or you're a retail company, what are some things that companies should look at in trying to enrich the lives of your customers? Do they need to understand what type of customer they're serving and does the generation matter?   Fred shared that of course it does. And yet, he finds that the most successful businesses, whether dealing with teenagers today or octogenarians, it's understanding how to communicate effectively, how to always act in your customers best interest, to listen very carefully to how you're doing and what they need. Because at the core, a business is trying to solve the customer's problem, it's trying to turn a frown, into a smile, and the human process of understanding that, he doesn't think that's changed in thousands and thousands of years. Of course, the technologies we use, the innovative approaches, those open up wonderful new opportunities, but the basics, they haven't changed.   One of his colleagues at Bain, they joined about the same year, Scott Cook, who's the founder of Intuit, who has built TurboTax, and other very successful business, huge, huge success.   And he said, “Fred, you want a big business, solve a big problem for your customers.” And that's the right way to think about it, “I am going to be a reliable resource that is going to make a real difference in your life by turning that frown into a smile, and I'm going to measure my success that way.”   Obviously, profits are necessary but those who think of profits as the true objective, they're not going to grow a very big business very long because that's very selfish, “How much money can I extract from your wallet, get away from me, I'm not going to tell you anything about myself for what I need.” If he has someone who actually acts in a loving, caring way, they're a mutually beneficial relationship affair. But that's the kind of person he's willing to actually share his information with and give constructive feedback to because he wants them to succeed, he wants them to succeed in helping him solve problems.   What is Customer Capitalism and How it Impacts the Consumer?   Me: So, while I was reading part of your book as well, I bucked up on a term, Customer Capitalism. Could you share with us what is that exactly? And how does that impact the consumer?   Fred shared that he thinks people have a framework in their heads about capitalism that's just dead wrong, that maximize shareholder value as the underlying concept. Through the years, whether it's Milton Friedman, or Adam Smith, there's an ancient and an out of date framework that people call capitalism, that without giving it this name, it's financial capitalism, because it's based on this idea of profits and shareholder and investor is the king. He thinks that has changed over the last few decades, at least, to where now, there's so much capital in the world; you can raise millions and millions if you have a good idea.   What there's not infinite amounts of are good people with good ideas who are willing to work together in a team framework to serve others.   And the real capital in that system, our customers, all the cash flow comes out of customers' wallets.   So let's keep track of how many customers you have, how many are coming back for more, how many referrals you're getting, that was the basic, those are the keystone metrics in customer capitalism.   And more than anything, it's being clear about the purpose. If the purpose in the old school capitalism was maximizing profits and shareholder value, in customer capitalism, the purpose is to enrich the lives of your customers.   Bain did a survey of a couple 100 Senior Executives around the world, C suite executives and they found that only 10% believe that the primary purpose their business existed was to make customers lives better. They thought it was about profits or great place to work or balance duties to shareholders, stakeholders. He just thinks that is dead wrong. A good business, a sustainable business has to have a primary purpose of making their customers lives better.   Me: Amazing. One of the companies that you mentioned in your book when I was reading was Chick-fil-A and I absolutely love Chick-fil-A, both me and my daughter. But one of the things that I really love about Chick-fil-A was the fact that I remember I traveled a few years ago and my daughter wanted to get something from them on a Sunday and they're actually closed on Sundays and I thought that was awesome, from what I read that was a principle that their organization had and they've lived it up to this day and they've still been very successful even though they're closed on a day when they could be making more profit, as you mentioned.   Fred stated that the purpose of Chick-fil-A is certainly to enrich the lives that it touches. It's interesting, the founder, Truett Cathy was one of his early teachers in his business career, and they're totally different people. He's a Southern, he was a Southern Baptist, very, very conservative point of view. He (Fred) lives up in New England, Unitarian Universalist, you couldn't be more liberal in your religious thinking. And yet they had enormous overlap at the core, he picked a proverb from the Bible, that essentially, it says, “A good name is worth more than silver or gold.” Or in other words, your reputation is everything, which he thinks is so true.   And this notion of net lives enrich and Net Promoter Score, you think about when you enrich a life, you're living up to the golden rule, you're loving a neighbor, when you diminish your life, you're failing.   And so, the reason Chick-fil-A has been very interested and supportive of Net Promoter is because we're trying to achieve the same mission, this is back to Truett Cathy's words, he was inspired to turn frowns into smiles on his customers' faces and that is the purpose of the business.   So, then you mentioned Sunday, he asked him why he closed on Sundays and he said, “It's not a religious thing, Fred.” He's a very religious guy but he's not preachy, their business does not put biblical quotes at the bottom of their cups, and they're not proselytizing in the parking lot. They try to be models; they try to help their people live up to this standard of loving your neighbor. And closing on Sundays, he just knew that you could not run a restaurant and have the manager there 7 days a week, you'll kill yourself. And he said, “Given that, and I definitely want my store operator there running the place not delegating to an assistant.” He said, “We have to close a day and closing Sundays gives this signal that we care about our people, and we care about golden rule.”   As he said, “But you know, Fred, I go to other restaurants on Sunday, it's not like it's wrong to go out and eat at a restaurant on Sunday. It's just wrong for us to try and have our managers running a business 7 days a week.” And he thinks it's brilliant. And it is a signal. He thinks it reminds people that they're different. And you're right, their productivity, they have far higher sales per unit than any of the competitors. And those competitors are open 7 days a week. And it shows you when you get the purpose right; your business can crush the competition.   App, Website or Tool that Fred Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business   When asked about online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Fred shared that it's a new one for him, he discovered a company through one of his Bain partners, it's called BILT. The reason they were intriguing to him was their goal is to help their customers, their customers tend to be consumer brands, like Weber, who makes grills and place at manufacturers and so on. They try to help them build promoters among their customers, to create more promoters.   And what they've done is just taken one of the most painful steps in every customer's journey episode, which is assembly and first use, using paper instructions, which these paper instructions are horrible, let's be serious, they're written by engineers whose English is certainly their second language and they're just totally unintuitive.   So, BILT takes the 3D CAD drawing from the manufacturer, and then turns it into great little 3D instructions on how to assemble and use your product effectively and it's free to the consumer. So you go to a Home Depot or Costco and you'll start to see BILT on the packaging, and you know that you're going to get that home and you'll be able to put this thing together quickly and you'll feel great about yourself or Home Depot will have their faucets or ceiling fans, things that are really tricky to install, or garage door openers, and you go to BILT and you put the product in it and it downloads up to date information about how to put it together in a very intuitive way where you can zoom in and pinch out and rotate upside down and voice activated to help you guide you through your journey, it's just brilliant.   Me: Nice, very good. They obviously saw a need in the market, as you said, a problem that people were having challenges with and complaining about and created a product that would be applicable to make people's lives easier.   Fred stated that try ordering a bicycle online, you get it back to your driveway and then you try to put it together using paper instructions and he thinks you'll see why BILT is so successful.   Me: Yes, I can just imagine and my coordination of doing things like that are extremely poor, so I'm sure I'd benefit from using BILT.   Books That Have Had the Greatest Impact on Fred   Me: Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you? I'm sure you have many because you've been around for quite some time and I'm sure you've had to read and engage with a lot of authors over the years that have definitely helped enrich your life and the lives of others. But is there maybe one or two that have definitely had a great impact on you over the years, maybe something you read a long time ago, or even something you read recently?   When asked about books that have had biggest impact, Fred shared that he read a lot of books. Actually, he listens to them now; his eyes are so strained from working at his computer and writing a book, he can't read in a relaxed way so he listens to Audible. Probably the most impactful book in the last 10 years was written by a guy who passed away, Clayton Christensen was a business school professor, who he got to know, he worked briefly at Bain and then worked at an entrepreneurial thing and ended up at Harvard.   He wrote a book called How Will You Measure Your Life? And he (Fred) thinks he's just absolutely right. And the reason that helped him is, he thinks you do need to measure a life carefully, that's what a Net Promoter Score is, of all the lives he touched, how many enriched, how many diminished?   That's how you measure a life. And he thinks Clayton put this in very human terms, and thinking about that, not just in a business sense, but all of your relationships in life, how do you think about investing in those relationships and being loving and loyal in a way that's not just correct in your mind, but you know the other party felt the love, you have to get feedback on how you enrich their life. So, How Will You Measure Your Life is a big one.   There's a recent book by Adam Grant called Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know, that he thinks is quite good. Adam is a guy that they must think along the same lines, because it was an earlier book that he wrote about it's called Give and Take. And he just makes the case that the world is full of people; there are some people who are givers, there are people who are matchers, they want a relationship to be in balance and then there are takers. And he said, one of the keys to life is avoid those takers, they're sociopaths, you can try and change them, but good luck.   And he thinks this is important and living a golden rule existence. Not all people want to be part of a community where people are treated with love and care, they'll abuse that community and he thinks if they can't be fixed, they have to be excluded. And then Think Again, Grant just says, we have these mindsets that are fixed, and he thinks of financial capitalism as a fixed mindset for 90% of the world and he needs to change the way people think about the purpose of business and how to enrich a life.    What Fred is Really Excited About Now!   Fred shared that he got the paperback galley of Winning on Purpose just a week ago and he can't take it off on his desk, but very pleased with the way it's come out. And that's going to be every day of his life for the next probably 90 days is how to get people to see the relevance of this book to their personal lives, not just their business lives because the subtitle of Winning on Purpose is “The Unbeatable Strategy of Loving Customers.” And loving customers, it doesn't sound like it's a business book, he doesn't know what it sounds, just a little flaky but it's not because this notion of loving thy neighbor as thyself is the core, it's the highest standard in human affairs. And what he's arguing and Winning on Purpose is that, that is how you win.   When you enrich lives, you have to do it sustainably, and you have to do it profitably, but that's not the magic, accountants can do the profits for you. The magic is figuring out how using your energy and ingenuity to love your customers and have them come to trust you and come back for more and bring their friends but it goes so far beyond business.   So, the great challenge he's got is getting people to recognize, he wrote this book for his granddaughters, infants who he wants them to see how you live the right life. And it sets out a way of measuring progress that he thinks is consistent with what Truett Cathy had in mind of building a reputation that you'll be proud of, and investing in relationships where you can earn people's loyalty.   It's probably a good rule of thumb anywhere to just don't spend time with a person unless you can figure out a way to make their life better. And by the way, the good news, chapter two and five of the book, demonstrate that companies that do this, they're the ones that get rich.   It's not clear from reading the Wall Street Journal, but every company, every industry, where they look at the Net Promoter Score, versus the competition, measured carefully, correctly, not just some self reported vanity metric, but real apples to apples.   It's the company with the highest Net Promoter Score who is growing faster and delivering better total shareholder value. And that's really good news.   But people are the mindset is fixed, they just don't get it. They say, “Oh, that's just some industries.” No, every time they're finding it, how did Andy Taylor grow to be the biggest car rental company on earth? How did Apple become one of the biggest companies on earth? Because they built a set of customers who are Promoters who are out there buying more stuff, and referring their friends and giving good feedback because they trust you, and making your employees feel special and loved, that's the flywheel that's going on. So, he's trying to convince the world that business works in a very different way than they probably learned in business school, or if they read the Wall Street Journal and The Economist.   Me: And you know, one of the things that kind of came in my head just now when you're speaking in terms of what we were taught in school versus what is reality, the reality is, a business isn't a static thing, it's made up of people and without people in the business, there is no business and people are human beings with feelings and emotions. And you get more out of people when they feel loved, when they feel listened to, when they feel heard, as you said, when you enrich their lives. So, if you really do live that principle, I'm sure you'll win in all aspects of your life.   Fred shared that he's worked at Bain & Company since 1977. So what is that 43 going on 44 years now. And they've been through good and bad times. For the last 10 or 20 years, it's been good times. If you look on Glassdoor, the place that rates businesses as great places to work, Bain, this year, it's the best in the world according to Glassdoor, it's always been one of the top several since Glassdoor started. And Bain hires lots of different kinds of people. But these are really ambitious, talented people. And even with that slice of ambitious people, when you look at what makes a person happy at work at Bain, they want to feel loved; they want to feel like they're a valued member of a team that wins with its customers. So it's an act of service and if you ask, remember he said the typical business person in the world, 10% of them think the reason their business exists is to enrich customer lives, at Bain, if you just ask everybody through the company, you find 60% to 70% of the people think the reason Bain exists is to make their clients more successful.   It's a servant culture where love is at the core, helping people succeed and putting smiles on faces and that's what makes it a great place to work.   And the irony is, he knows what makes, at least he thinks he knows what makes Bain a great place to work, it's that they are dedicated to helping their teams make a difference in their clients success, and be recognized and rewarded and part of a team that helps achieve that.   And it's financially successful but that's not the purpose, the purpose is making their customers lives better. And he thinks most great places to work lists, completely ignore that. They think it's refrigerators full of beer in the break room, pool tables and ping pong and cool fringe benefits, that's the fringe, the core is being on a team where you're playing a valued role at really making a difference in a customer's life.   Where Can We Find Fred Online   Website - https://www.netpromotersystem.com/ LinkedIn – Fred Reichheld   Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Fred Uses   When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Fred shared that he wished he did. When he's preaching to whether it's at the dinner table or elsewhere, he goes back to this idea of how important loyalty is. You got to understand what your life stands for, what is your purpose as an individual and then the way you live that purpose is to invest in relationships with other people who share that purpose. And it's how you can invest and help those people succeed that he thinks helps you achieve your mission. So, “Choose your loyalties wisely, they guide your life and they define your legacy.”   Me: Love it, choose your loyalties wisely, they guide your life and define your legacy. Amazing. Love it, absolutely love it. And I'm sure every person on the face of this earth that wants to do good, wants to leave a good legacy behind. So the only way to do that, I believe, as you had said was to try and live by doing those actions on a daily basis, do it consistently because that's the only way when you leave this world you'll be able to leave that legacy.   Fred stated that and measure, so many people would say, “Oh, I can't measure love.” And he would say, actually you can, you can get feedback from your customers in a systematic Net Promoter framework and understand how many lives you've enriched and that is your legacy. And then you should be measuring your way toward the kind of life you want to lead.   Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest   Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners   Links   The Ultimate Question 2.0 (Revised and Expanded Edition): How Net Promoter Companies Thrive in a Customer-Driven World by Fred Reichheld Winning on Purpose: The Unbeatable Strategy of Loving Customers by Fred Reichheld How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton Christensen Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know by Adam Grant   The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience   Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.”   The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. This Guide to Limitless, Happy and Loyal Customers will help you to strengthen your service delivery, enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the customer experience and provide tips and practical strategies that you can start implementing immediately! This book will develop your customer service skills and sharpen your attention to detail when serving others. Master your customer experience and develop those knock your socks off techniques that will lead to lifetime customers. Your customers will only want to work with your business and it will be your brand differentiator. It will lead to recruiters to seek you out by providing practical examples on how to deliver a winning customer service experience!

The Bartholomewtown Podcast (RIpodcast.com)
Attorney General Peter Neronha on His Office's Work in 2022

The Bartholomewtown Podcast (RIpodcast.com)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 26:47


Bill Bartholomew welcomes Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Neronha back to BTOWN to recap some of his office's work in 2022.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bartholomewtown?fan_landing=true)

Locked On Patriots - Daily Podcast On The New England Patriots
Sweet Win Music — Patriots Top Titans 36-13 in Week Twelve — 11/29/2021

Locked On Patriots - Daily Podcast On The New England Patriots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 40:29


The New England Patriots improved to 8-4 on the 2021 season with an impressive Week Twelve victory over the Tennessee Titans. Quarterback Mac Jones threw for 310 yards with two touchdown passes. Wideout Jakobi Meyers had five catches for 98 yards receiving, while Kendrick Bourne added two touchdowns. Kicker Nick Folk made five of six field goal attempts, all en route to New England's 36-13 victory over the Titans on Sunday in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Joining host Mike D'Abate is fan-favorite Thomas ‘Murph' Murphy, as the duo break down the Pats sixth straight victory. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. StatHero StatHero is the first of its kind Daily Fantasy Sports platform where it's YOU vs. the HOUSE in head to head fantasy matchups - winner take all. Sign up for FREE - RIGHT NOW - at StatHero.com/LOCKEDON and use promo code LOCKEDON for a One Hundred Percent Deposit Match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Patriots Post Game Show
How Far Can the Patriots Go with Mac Jones?

Patriots Post Game Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 25:50


Nick Quaglia and Mike Molyneaux are back after Week 12 in the NFL to discuss how far the Patriots can go with Mac Jones. New England has rattled off 6th straight wins after their 36-13 rout over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Can Mac Jones and the Pats win it all? 1:10 How much stock to put into Titans game? 11:20 How far can Mac Jones and the Patriots go?  20:00 Are the Patriots the best team in the AFC? Patriots Roundtable is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Go to https://CALM.COM/garden, for a limited time you'll get 40% off a Calm premium subscription!

the morning shakeout podcast
Episode 184 | Ask Mario Anything #9

the morning shakeout podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 62:07


“I'm not a high mileage advocate. I'm not a low mileage advocate. I'm a right mileage advocate. Find the right mileage that works for you—the most miles that you can run without compromising your performance in workouts or races, without compromising your recovery, without compromising your life outside of running, your relationship with your family and friends, work, etc. Find out what that is for you. It's going to be a little bit different for everyone. There's a huge misnomer out there that, ‘Oh, if I want to be good at the marathon I've got to run over 50 miles a week. Or over 70 miles a week. Or over 100 miles a week,' whatever it is. Everyone's got a different idea in their head what they need to be doing; find out what that peak is for you and try to run as many weeks as possible at that volume in the 12-16 weeks leading up to a marathon—not every week, you should cycle, build in rest weeks, that sort of thing—but find that highest sustainable volume for you.” This week on the podcast I'm answering listener questions in the final Ask Mario Anything episode of 2021. (You can check out the first three here, here, and here.) On the other side of the mic for this one, per usual, is Chris Douglas, my good friend and sponsorship director for the morning shakeout. Some exciting news before we get into this one: These AMA-style episodes will become a more regular thing in 2022! We'll be producing them on a monthly basis in the new year in addition to the usual interview-style show. This week, we talked about my New England roots, getting over mental blocks in marathon training, transitioning to trail racing, coaching trail and ultrarunners, creating multiple race plans, and more.   Thank you to everyone who submitted questions and apologies for all the ones I wasn't able to answer in this episode. This episode is brought to you by: — New Balance. The Fresh Foam 1080 v11 is an absolute workhorse and it's been my go-to trainer for most of my non-workout runs in 2021. It's got great cushioning underfoot that's protective but not too soft, providing a responsive ride that I really enjoy and appreciate. Check it out at newbalance.com and consider adding a pair to your rotation today. — Recover Athletics. Recover Athletics has worked with the world's best sports physicians and Olympians like Meb Keflezighi to design an app that makes prehab fun and easy. In 90 seconds, the app will customize a program for your body and your training with different resistance exercises, plyometrics, and mobility work. No pills, no potions, no BS, just 100% evidence based exercises that are easy to follow on your iPhone or iPad. It's available only in the iOS app store by searching "Recover Athletics" or at this link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/recover-athletics-run-healthy/id1488347465 Complete show notes: https://themorningshakeout.com/podcast-episode-184-ask-mario-anything/ Sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday morning: https://themorningshakeout.com/subscribe/ Support the morning shakeout on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningshakeout

Zone Podcasts
The Zone Daily: A concern for the Titans, Heupel staying put + Overmatched in New England

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 10:49


The Zone Daily is back! Will discusses his biggest worry for the Titans going into the BYE, we hear from John Brice on Josh Heupel and recap the loss in New England.

Nashville SportsRadio
Teresa Walker 11 - 29 - 21

Nashville SportsRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:10


Teresa Walker joins the show to recap the Titans loss against New England

Blue Balls NYCFC
Episode 26: S7E26: Dos A Ceros Para Todos

Blue Balls NYCFC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 65:36


It's November and MLS playoffs are in full swing -- and none other than the New York City Football Club is on their way to the Eastern Conference Semifinals after a massive 2-0 victory at home against Atlanta. Jake & Trey are here to break it all down for you, including Taty's skipper to open the gates, Rob Vartughian's secret set piece sauce, the gruesome death by suffocation of George Bello, missing (and missed) pigeons on the field, and the Deila mentality at the top of it all. Then: USMNT wins and draws, some offhand Champions chat, and other league action. And finally: can we do it again, but, uh, better? Bruce Arena's titanic New England is waiting for us on the other side of ThanksWeekend and a December game in Massachusetts is no walk in Central Park. Don't move a MUSCLE - you've got Blue Balls.

The New Scene
Episode 92: Pat Flynn of Fiddlehead

The New Scene

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 111:57


Keith and Tommy sit down with Pat Flynn of Fiddlehead to discuss growing up in New England, discovering the scene, the history of Have Heart, touring the world, their initial breakup, the formation of Fiddlehead, their 2021 LP Between the Richness, Pat's family history that influenced the record, leaning on the creative process to get through the toughest times, life outside music as a teacher and more.

VPR News Podcast
Multilingual liaisons are ‘cultural brokers' for refugee students in Vermont school district

VPR News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 4:49


As Afghan refugees resettle in the United States, schools across the country — and in New England — are preparing to get the youngest up to speed. Administrators at one school in Vermont feel they're ready. Teachers there are embracing the multilingualism of their refugee and immigrant students. It's the key, they say, to preparing English learners for college.

Toucher & Rich
Rest in Peace, Señorita Fluff // New England Win Sixth Straight - 11/29 (Hour 1)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 41:13


(00:00) Fred returns after missing Wednesday's show to put down the 21 year old Señorita Fluff. Did Cedric Maxwell not recognize Cedric Maxwell? (16:00) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Mac Jones throws a pair of touchdowns as the Patriots roll past the Tennessee Titans, 36-13. Do other NFL teams feel that the Patriots are legitimate? Albert Breer spoke to a few teams to find out. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub

Short Term Rental Secrets Podcast
Ep 78 - How to Prospect for Co-host Clients with Darryl Miedico

Short Term Rental Secrets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:28


GUEST'S BIO Darryl Miedico iis a father of 2 wonderful boys and a beautiful wife. His career has been solely in tech and healthcare sales until 2020 when he started my own hospitality company managing short term rentals. Darryl now manages 8 properties across New England and he is actively growing in multiple markets. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE 03:07 Darryl Miedico's introduction and background 03:43 How Darryl got into the STR industry 05:21 The reason why Darryl scaled his short term rentals 09:09 Taking control of your life 10:32 Darryl's biggest why 13:21 Darryl's current number of short term rentals 15:20 Darryl talks about his first co-hosting deal 18:55 Multiple rejections before getting to that "yes" 23:53 Where Darryl finds his co-hosting deal 26:29 How Darryl prospects for his leads 27:31 Darryl shares one of his prospecting experience 32:02 How commitment is very important in the STR industry 33:01 Being ready despite being nervous 39:01 What made Darryl join Mike's Mastermind program 41:59 The need to jump to be successful 47:17 Acknowledgments to Darryl 48:14 Where can people connect with Darryl 49:23 Darryl's #1 secret to success with STRs 50:29 Text "RESOURCES" to (978) 242-001 to get the free STR Secrets Starter Pack 50:52 Send an email to support@strsecrets.com to learn more about the Mastermind program NOTABLE QUOTES "Life always gives you chances." - Emanuele Pani "Start teaching the horse to take a different path." - Emanuele Pani "The butterflies never go away. What you learn is you get them to fly in unison." - Mike Sjogren "We're all made to fly." - Emanuele Pani "The moment you make a true choice, it becomes easy." - Emanuele Pani CONNECT WITH THE GUEST Darryl Miedico: Clubhouse | Facebook | Linkedin Stayspace CONNECT WITH THE HOSTS Michael Sjogren: Short Term Rental Secrets Facebook Group | Clubhouse | Instagram | Youtube | Facebook Page | Linkedin https://linktr.ee/the_airbnbguy Emanuele Pani: Clubhouse | Instagram | Facebook | Linkedin FREE MASTERCLASS TRAINING - https://www.strsecrets.com/masterclass

Bleav in Titans
Titans Fall In New England

Bleav in Titans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 30:03


The shorthanded Titans drop their second straight game. Denard and Davey touch on the loss ahead of a much needed bye week.

Museum of the Bible - The Podcast
1620: The Mayflower Compact and America's Founding

Museum of the Bible - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 74:53


The museum hosted a panel discussion on the 1620 Mayflower Compact — the shortest American political document of enduring significance. With these few words, however, the Pilgrims sowed the seeds of liberty and self-government that made their small New England settlement a cradle of American democracy. This event will explore the idea that these seventeenth-century Pilgrims were the true forerunners of America's Founders and examine the Compact as a blueprint used to frame this nation's founding principles as embedded in the US Constitution.

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 97: Austin Hoyt — Favorite Zones in the Northeast, Rediscovering Old Projects, and Being a GUNKaholic

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 95:37


Austin Hoyt is an 18-year-old kid from New York whose tick list rivals some professional climbers. We talked about balancing school with climbing, what he learned from his first coach, his FA of ‘Flashing Lights' V14, his love of The Gunks, making old-school climbing films, the support from his dad, and his ongoing goal to develop the bouldering scene in the Northeast.Check out Rhino Skin Solutions:rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order!Support the Podcast:thenuggetclimbing.com/supportWe are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Bryan Fast, Leo FranchiBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/austin-hoytNuggets:4:30 – Austin's bouldering stats at age 18, and how he fits climbing in while going to school8:12 – Some of Austin's typical weekend destinations9:48 – Favorite areas in the Northeast11:38 – How Austin started climbing (Ninja Warrior + ice cream shop), and doing V3 his first week15:11 – Crediting everything to his first coach Charlie, and negative reinforcement18:41 – Drills and spray wall climbing23:34 – Climbing at Powerlines, and getting into doing first ascents (FAs)25:25 – “Chase me”, and what Austin learned from watching his coach Charlie climb27:25 – Finding new boulders in famous areas29:17 – The Gunks, and Austin's Gunkaholics film series33:40 – The season in The Gunks, and what Austin does when it rains for two weeks34:44 – Balancing projecting, outdoor climbing for volume, and indoor training37:15 – The mental battle of projecting, and the first ascent of ‘Flashing Lights' V1443:14 – ‘Nuclear War' V1345:52 – Filmmaking, and Austin's film equipment and influence 49:18 – College plans and dreams to make adventure films52:00 – Plan for a gap year, and comp training54:42 – Dave Graham56:18 – How Austin trains power on a spray wall 57:30 – Guidance for setting a spray wall, and the skill of making up hard climbs to train on1:00:24 – What a spray wall session looks like, and training strengths vs. weaknesses1:02:28 – Patron Question from Brandon: Do you have any roped ambitions in New England?1:04:22 – Bouldering vs. trad in The Gunks1:05:44 – Patron Question from Will: What is your favorite crag north of The Gunks?1:07:48 – Patron Question from Jack: What is your favorite problem on the Speed Boulder at GB?1:08:55 – Patron Question from Avery: How did you become the master of vert?1:11:25 – Austin's dad, motocross, and broken bones1:14:13 – How his dad supported him in climbing ‘Nuclear Base' V141:17:39 – Austin's new project1:19:18 – Climbing algorithms, “The Formula”, and Austin's perspective on grades1:22:36 – The dream of becoming a pro climber, the current goal of developing the Northeast, my experiences in Leavenworth, and making lists1:26:05 – Applying to colleges near climbing1:27:07 – Beta Labs, and ideas for building his own business1:30:54 – Shoutouts to his sponsors

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
215: Browar Pinta's Paweł Maslowski and Bart Ociesa Apply Modern Creativity to Classic Styles

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 57:28


American brewers have long been influenced by European brewing traditions, but what happens when European brewers take some of those American twist and apply them to their own brewing? Poland's Browar Pinta (http://www.browarpinta.pl/en/) answers exactly that question, as the ten-year-old brewery puts a PNW hop twist on Baltic porter, embraces hazy New England-style IPA, or barrel ages imperial stout. In this episode, Managing Director Paweł Maslowski and Head Brewer Bart Ociesa explain the inspirations for the creative take that has led to dynamic growth for the small craft brewery. Along the way, they discuss: Hopping strategy for Baltic porter with American hops Dialing in water with the perfect chloride ratio Keeping pH in the right range to avoid astringency Brewing Grodziskie Balancing bitterness in a sub 3% ABV beer with 100% smoked malt and 25 IBUs The importance of carbonation The importance of freshness in smoked malt Smoked malt's flavor impact as a function of overall amount, not percentage Barrel aging stout and barleywine and more! *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): For nearly 30 years, G&D Chillers has set the mark for quality equipment you can rely on. G&D stands above the rest as the only chiller manufacturer that engineers your glycol piping for free. G&D stands alone as the only chiller manufacturer with an in house team of installers and engineers with 30 years of real world, field labor experience in breweries, wineries and distilleries. Contact the total glycol system design experts today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com). BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) Support for this episode comes from BSG CraftBrewing. Announcing a cool new product offering…T-45 lupulin enriched hop pellets. More efficient than T-90s, T-45 hop pellets contain a higher concentration of aromatic oils and bittering resins, with a reduced level of polyphenols and plant material. This means a big delicious hop flavor with fewer pounds per barrel, creating a more cost-efficient and sustainable beer production thanks to reduced wort losses. Supplies are limited – secure your order today at go.bsgcraft.com/T-45 (https://go.bsgcraft.com/T-45) Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): A brewery might have 99 problems, but your fruit supplier shouldn't be one. Old Orchard is already known for their quality concentrates, but they also pride themselves on consistent product and reliable supply. When brewers need assistance, Old Orchard is just an email, phone call, or even a text away. Based in Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan—better known as Beer City, USA—Old Orchard is core to the brewing community. To join their fruit family, learn more at www.oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer). ProBrew (https://www.probrew.com): Are you ready to Brew Like A Pro? ProBrew has the equipment, systems and technology to take your brewery production to the next level. Check out www.probrew.com (https://www.probrew.com) for ProCarb inline carbonation technology, ProFill rotary filling & seaming can fillers, the Alchemator inline alcohol separation system, 7 – 50bbl Brewhouses and more! ProBrew offers the craft beer industry innovative solutions to help you Brew Like A Pro! Go to www.probrew.com (https://www.probrew.com) for more info! Mountain Rose Herbs (https://mountainroseherbs.com): This episode is brought to you by Mountain Rose Herbs, purveyors of the highest quality, organic herbs, spices, and teas. Whether you want to add depth to your next golden tripel with classic notes of cinnamon, pepper and clove, or artfully layer exotic, zesty grains of paradise into a perfect ale, adding botanicals to your brewing is an easy way to customize a delicious flavor profile. Mountain Rose Herbs has been providing organic herbs and spices to chefs, herbalists, and dedicated brewers for more than three decades. Learn more at mountainroseherbs.com (https://mountainroseherbs.com) and get 10% off of any and all orders with the code “craftbeer10”. Clarion Lubricants (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do): As a brewery owner, you know how important it is to keep your machines running so you don't have to deal with the hassle caused by contamination, recalls and downtime. Clarion makes food-grade lubricants to protect your equipment from the wear and tear that results in breakdowns that cut into your bottom line. Clarion gives you peace of mind so you can focus on what you do best: pouring out great-tasting beverages. Learn more at www.clarionlubricants.com (https://www.clarionlubricants.com/Welcome.do)

Creative Peacemeal
From The Archives: John Cotter, Author, Playwright

Creative Peacemeal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 60:09


From the archives comes one of my favorite episodes. I love hosting every guest as they bring such interesting perspectives, and wonderful insight into their creative worlds, but as a musician and writer this one was one of the most moving I had the pleasure of conducting.John Cotter is the author of the memoir Losing Music, forthcoming from Milkweed Editions, portions of which have appeared in Raritan, Catapult, Indiana Review, and Guernica. His novel, Under the Small Lights, was published by Miami University Press in 2010, and his fiction, essays, criticism, and theater pieces have appeared in New England Review, Washington Square, Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, Georgia Review, and Commonweal.John has worked as a theater director, ghostwriter, trash collector, and copy editor, as well as a teacher of environmental ethics, English literature, and history. From 2009 – 2017 he served as Executive Editor of the arts and review site Open Letters Monthly. In 2018 he was Artist in Residence at SPACE Gallery in Portland, Maine, and in 2022 he'll be a resident fellow at the James Merrill House in Stonington, Connecticut. Born and raised in New England, John now lives in Denver with his wife, the poet Elisa Gabbert. He teaches at Lighthouse Writers Workshop.To learn more about John, check out the links  below.Website: https://johncotter.net/Twitter: https://twitter.com/smalllightsVisit Creative Peacemeal Podcast on social media, browse podcast swag, and continue the creative conversations via the blog!Website https://tstakaishi.wixsite.com/musicInstagram @creative_peacemeal_podcastFacebook https://www.facebook.com/creativepeacemealpod/***To make a donation to Dachshund Rescue of Houston click here! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creativepeacemeal)

Are You Menstrual?
Pelvic Floor Health & Fertility with Dr. Ryan Bailey

Are You Menstrual?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:48


Are You Menstrual? – In this episode, we are discussing pelvic floor health and how much of an impact this can have on fertility. I'm joined by Dr. Ryan Bailey. Ryan is a Women's Pelvic Health Physical Therapist, mom of 2 and owner of Expecting Pelvic Health and has been helping women for over 12 years reconnect to their body, heal injury and restore function. Her philosophy is to use every moment in your day as a way to be mindful of your movement, posture, fitness, and overall health. Bringing this thinking into practice by nurturing a balance between efficiency and functionality in day to day tasks, exercise, body work and self care to promote long term pelvic health benefits. Dr. Bailey earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of New England, becoming a Board Certified Women's Health Physical Therapist and Prenatal and Postpartum Exercise Specialist with training in Pilates. Dr. Bailey's passion is to help women harness their fullest pelvic health potential to achieve their motherhood dreams of conceiving, feeling amazing in pregnancy, having a positive birth experience and transitioning into motherhood feeling empowered and strong in your amazing body.The goal with this episode is to raise awareness about the pelvic floor and hopefully help women gain a better understanding of how they can support their one pelvic floor health, especially for fertility. ~Links & Resources:Visit Ryan's WebsiteFollow Ryan on InstagramGrab your free guide to pelvic floor self assessmentPelvic floor quizFree Training: Optimizing Hormone Health with Mineral BalanceMineral Imbalance Quiz

Patriots Post Game Show
Patriots vs Titans Postgame Show

Patriots Post Game Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 53:51


Evan Lazar and John Zannis go LIVE to recap the Patriots win over the Titans. New England improved to 8-4 with their 6th straight win. The CLNS Media Network is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Go to https://CALM.COM/garden, for a limited time you'll get 40% off a Calm premium subscription! 

Patriots Player & Coach Audio
Matthew Judon 11/28: "We want to be great and perfect at everything"

Patriots Player & Coach Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 12:49


Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon addresses the media during his postgame press conference following New England's 36-13 win over the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, November 28, 2021.

Patriots Player & Coach Audio
Mac Jones 11/28: "Our receivers play with a lot of passion"

Patriots Player & Coach Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 7:22


Patriots Quarterback Mac Jones addresses the media during his postgame press conference following New England's 36-13 win over the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, November 28, 2021.

Locked On Eagles - Daily Podcast On The Philadelphia Eagles
Are the Philadelphia Eagles a one-trick pony?

Locked On Eagles - Daily Podcast On The Philadelphia Eagles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 39:08


EPISODE ALERT 2019 @ Atlanta, vs Detroit, and vs New England vibes in a devastating 13-7 loss to the New York Giants Are the Eagles a one-trick pony on offense? Why weren't they able to execute in the passing game? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Patriots Player & Coach Audio
Jakobi Meyers on Patriots Postgame Show 11/28

Patriots Player & Coach Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 4:13


Patriots wide receiver Jakobi Meyers calls in to the Patriots Postgame Show to discuss New England's 36-13 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, November 28, 2021.

Patriots Postgame Show
Jakobi Meyers on Patriots Postgame Show 11/28

Patriots Postgame Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 4:13


Patriots wide receiver Jakobi Meyers calls in to the Patriots Postgame Show to discuss New England's 36-13 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, November 28, 2021.

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
Spencer Speaks: KSU and MU End Their Regular Season With A Loss, Chiefs Sit Back On Bye Week While They Watch Some Crucial AFC Matchups

Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 39:22


K-State and Mizzou lose their regular season closers, as they await their bowl game matchups, it's time to ask the question as to what K-State's future looks like at QB in the post Skylar Thompson era. Also, MU has some key players returning next year, do they scare anyone in the SEC east? The Titans play at New England, The Chargers play at Denver, the Browns play at the Ravens, plus Indianapolis has their biggest test thus far as they host Brady and the Bucs, all while the Chiefs are on a bye week. Seems like this Sunday we may get some clarity on who the pretenders and contenders are in the AFC. Riley Gates of 24/7 Sports joins.

The Jason Smith Show
Hour 1 - Jason Hirschhorn

The Jason Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 46:31


Chris Plank and Rich Ohrnberger are in for Jason Smith and Mike Harmon and shine a light on the most impressive coaching performance in college football, and it's NOT Lane Kiffin. Plus, Award-Winning NFL Writer and Co-Founder of The Leap Jason Hirschhorn joins the guys to give his thoughts on New England as a possible Super Bowl contender. Also, where there's smoke there's likely fire. Chris tells you why you should believe the rumors surrounding Matt Campbell and USC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

615 Sessions with Buck Reising
615 Sessions- How Much Longer Can 'Next Man Up' Last?

615 Sessions with Buck Reising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 34:46


Jim Wyatt of the TennesseeTitans.com and Steve Layman of News Channel 5 join the podcast to discuss more Titans injuries and how the team can escape New England with a win. Presented by: TwoRiversFord.com DraftKings Sportsbook (code ATOZSPORTS )

the memory palace
Episode 189: New England Granite

the memory palace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 17:20


The Memory Palace is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. A note on notes: We'd much rather you just went into each episode of The Memory Palace cold. And just let the story take you where it well. So, we don't suggest looking into the show notes first. Music Midnight Moon from Annalisa Tornfelt and Gideon Fraudmann's album, Spring Breakup: Songs for Alaska. A couple of numbers from Marcelo Zarvos' wonderful score to the wonderful, Please Give. A remarkable piece of music called Spectacle of Ritual by Kali Malone And another called Pauvre Simon from Sylvain Chauveau

Vox's The Weeds
Biden's $3.40 a gallon problem

Vox's The Weeds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:02


Dylan, Jerusalem, and Dara talk about the specific kind of inflation that's roiling American politics: the heightened price of gas. They discuss how and why gas prices have shot up in recent months, and what it means for Joe Biden's popularity and presidency. Plus, a white paper about the most important labor market of all: the global market for soccer (excuse me, football) players. References: Biden's strongly worded letter on gas prices Biden is tapping the strategic petroleum reserve Reuters on why gas prices are high Why OPEC isn't lowering gas prices Eric Levitz on what Biden should do to combat inflation The correlation between Biden's popularity and gas prices Lasting Impacts of a Gas Price Shock during Teenage Driving Years Voters who drive a lot are likelier to vote based on gas prices Presidential approval is historically strongly affected by gas and food prices (and not due to media coverage) The collapse of New England's Transportation and Climate Initiative White paper: “Does Employing Skilled Immigrants Enhance Competitive Performance? Evidence from European Football Clubs” Mo Salah reduced prejudice Newcastle Football Club controversy Hosts: Dylan Matthews (@dylanmatt), senior correspondent, Vox Jerusalem Demsas (@jerusalemdemsas), policy reporter, Vox Dara Lind (@dlind), immigration reporter, ProPublica Credits: Sofi LaLonde, producer & engineer Libby Nelson, editorial adviser Amber Hall, deputy editorial director of talk podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weedsletter  Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices