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The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
FOX Sports Radio Weekend host Ephraim Salaam is in for Rob, and he and Chris discuss the possibility of the Boston Celtics coming back from an 0-3 deficit to beat the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, tell us how blowing a 3-0 series lead might impact Jimmy Butler's Hall of Fame candidacy, explain why it's become apparent that The Patriot Way doesn't work outside of New England and share their thoughts on the sudden surge of super-fights in the world of boxing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kay Adams hosted the latest episode of 'Up & Adams' on FanDuel TV! On today's episode, Kay gives her thoughts on the latest in Succession, recaps the Preakness, and gives out her top unanswered question for each team in the AFC West. Then, Darius Butler returns to talk about the Miami Heat taking a 3-0 series lead over the Boston Celtics, what it was like playing with Tom Brady in New England, his thoughts on Mac Jones earning early positive reviews, which NFL players could be in the NBA, and vice versa.
Welcome to episode 111 where we talk about setting boundaries with your boss, developing side hustles and the caveats of being self employed. In the second segment we welcome Kelsie to tell us about her experiences of being a Snapchat content creator. Please help the Chesnutt family in their time of need by donating to the GoFundMe link provided. Please share and enjoy the show! Follow us on Instagram Ron Lane (@ronfromnewengland) | Instagram Ron from New England (@thewickedplanetpodcast) | Instagram Tristan.A.Buckley (@tristan.a.buckley) | Instagram Kristen Kristen (@iridescence919) | Instagram Website Home | Deer and Crow Twitter Rondal Lane (@ronfromne) / Twitter Join the Chat on Telegram https://t.me/wickedplanet Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Donate to the show via Venmo at Ron-Lane-10 Follow Kelsie on IG Kelsie Anne (@da_big_boss86) • Instagram photos and videos Please donate to the Chesnutt Family GoFundMe using this link. Fundraiser for Crystal Chesnutt by Jaci Jacobs : The Chesnutt Family (gofundme.com)
This week we talk about the great throwback weekend at Darlington and why we don't like the hats that William Byron wears when he wins. How much longer will Ross Chastain be Ross Chastain, and we breakdown everything for the All Star Race this weekend including giving your a sleeper pick that could win you some money on the WynnBet App.
Welcome to this bonus episode with the NY Patriot and Theresa of The Spiritual Gangsters Podcast where we have a casual conversation covering everything from Satanic Conventions, Nazi Occultism, Thule, Magick hidden in movies and different religions. Please share and enjoy this very interesting show. Follow us on Instagram Ron Lane (@ronfromnewengland) | Instagram Ron from New England (@thewickedplanetpodcast) | Instagram Tristan.A.Buckley (@tristan.a.buckley) | Instagram Kristen Kristen (@iridescence919) | Instagram Website Home | Deer and Crow Twitter Rondal Lane (@ronfromne) / Twitter Join the Chat on Telegram https://t.me/wickedplanet Email us at email@example.com Donate to the show via Venmo at Ron-Lane-10 Follow the NY Patriot NYPatriot1978 (@nypatriot1978) | Instagram (212) The Occult Rejects - YouTube Links For Occult Rejects & Friends, NY Patriot Show, Spiritual Gangsters and Our Element Server Occult Rejects & Friends | Twitter, Instagram, TikTok | Linktree Cash App https://cash.app/$theoccultrejects Venmo @NYPatriot1978 Follow Theresa and The Spiritual Gangsters Podcast The Spiritual Gangsters Podcast (@theresa.cassar) | Instagram thespiritualgangsterspodcast | Twitter, Instagram | Linktree
The Trailblazers conversations continue this week with the brilliantly talented Loretta Chase, who we adore, and not only because she wrote one of our favorite romances of all time. We obviously talk about Lord of Scoundrels and Jessica and Dain, but we also talk about writing, about the challenges of writer's block, about the glorious rabbit holes of research, and yes…we ask hard hitting questions about The Mummy. We are so grateful to Loretta for making time for us, and for writing such glorious books.If you are in New England, you can meet Loretta and Sarah at the Ashland Public Library Romance Festival this Saturday, May 20th in Ashland, MA. Attendance is free! Learn more and register at Eventbrite. We have a Patreon now, and it comes with an extremely busy and fun Discord community! Join other magnificent firebirds to hang out, talk romance, and be cool together in a private group full of excellent people. Learn more at patreon.com. Show NotesWelcome author Loretta Chase, author of over 20 historical romance novels. We did a deep dive on Lord of Scoundrels back in season 2.Authors mentioned: Jayne Ann Krentz writing as Amanda Quick, Susan Holloway Scott, Mary Jo Putney, and Caroline Linden.Publishing Professionals: Walker & Co. Publishers, editor Ellen Edwards, , Gail ? at Berkley, Romantic Times magazine.
The Next Pats Podcast - A Patriots Podcast
A miserable New England day had avid cyclist Eric Janszen dreaming of better indoor riding. Together with co-founder Eric Malafeew, he launched VirZOOM which now has 40,000 users on its virtual reality platform with great engagement. Fascinating conversation about virtual games becoming sport. Highlights: · VirZOOM Gets Grant from Major VR Player for a Joint Development Project · Sal Daher Introduces Eric Janszen, Co-Founder of VirZOOM · Ongoing Crowdfunding Raise on StartEngine · VirZOOM Meets the Challenge of Helping People Enjoy Exercise · Technical Co-Founder Eric Malafeew Worked on Big Hits at Harmonix Music · VirZOOM Tech Lets Users to Do Cool Things Without Getting Motion Sickness · Broke Out of the Limitations Imposed by Being a Bike-Based Platform · “It sounds like you could actually play Quidditch on this.” · How the Pivot Came About · “Where we're heading is 100% without a bike.” · Making It a Sport Rather than a Game Has Huge Economic Consequences · Sal Speculates on the Possibility of VR Sport Slowing Cognitive Decline · “What gets us up in the morning is all of the reviews that we get from our customers...” · Average VirZOOM Customer Exceeds CDC Recommended Weekly Exercise · The Cost of Getting on VirZOOM Is Modest: $300 for the Quest Headset & $12 per Month
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Andy Santerre is a bona fide New England racing icon... and a great storyteller! You'll be speechless as you hear about his early fight with a paralyzing virus and how it served as his motivation to start driving racecars. The rapid rise from his first Super Street race at Speedway 95 to victory lane in the NASCAR Busch Series was unlikely at best, and it serves as the basis for some incredible memories. And, of course, there was that amazing run of four consecutive Busch North Series championships and the highs and lows of that period. Enjoy our chat with a legend on this episode of Uncommon Deeds!
Anne & Lau answer a question many have about the voice over industry: "how long will it take?" The truth is, becoming a successful voiceover artist takes time, discipline, and dedication. There is no set timeline for success, and it is important to have realistic expectations. Investing in coaching and training is essential, but it is equally important to be selective about where and how to invest. Building a recognizable brand identity and having a viable business is important. Respecting the voiceover industry as a business is crucial. Hard work, commitment, and effort increase the chances of success, but there are no shortcuts. Success is not only measured financially but also in time and commitment to your voice over business. Transcript It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast and the BOSS Superpower series. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and I'm here today with the lovely and most wonderful BOSS, co-host, Lau Lapides. Hey BOSS. Lau: Hey BOSS. How are you? Anne: I'm doing great. How about yourself? Lau: I'm doing good. Feeling BOSSy today. Anne: Today I think we should answer a very common question that is asked, I think, both of myself and you, I can imagine. And that is for people just starting out in this industry, how long will it take for me to become a voiceover artist? Or how long will I have to spend coaching or training so that I can do voiceover? Lau: Hmm. Gotta get my calculator out for that one. So I can just do different variables, different scenarios, right? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Variations on the theme. That's a biggie. Anne: Is it gonna take me, okay, in three months I wanna be able to make $10,000 a month, and I want to be able to secure 20 new clients, right? So it's very hard for people when they're first starting out. Again, we had another podcast all about this, like, you don't know what you don't know yet. So how long will it take? Well, let's see. Where's my crystal ball? Lau: (laughs) Where do you start? Where do you start? Anne: Where's my crystal ball? How do even I start? Lau: Where do you start? Anne: Boy, it depends on so many things, Lau. Lau: Mm. There's tons of variables involved with that. That's not even possible to answer that question. One could Google and look up, okay, voiceover talent, 2023, North America, what's the average? But it's really not going to tell you what is going on in individual scenarios and situations that can cause a tremendous amount of loss and a tremendous amount of gain. Anne: Yeah. Well, maybe let's start with how long will it take if somebody's just starting out in the industry, right? Lau: Wait, can I do my theater moment? Can I do my like, wait, give me six months. I gotta do jazz hands. I will give you a VO career. Anne: Woohoo! Lau: Did you like that? Did that sound credible to anyone? Anne: Wait, I'm sorry. I couldn't hear you. I was running fast and far away from that. Lau: (laughs) Anne: From that claim. Lau: You know, I had a colleague one time, he told the greatest stories, and he said, listen, would you go to a dentist who did a weekend workshop? Or who even did a one-year certificate program to become a dentist? Would you do that? And everyone laughs at that. Anne: Would you get your tooth drilled from that dentist? Mm. Lau: Probably not. Probably not. Anne: Yeah. Lau: Because not just about the physical pain of it, but the idea that, how could they become a dentist in six months or one year? There's a lot to learn. There's a lot to delve into, right? Anne: Oh my gosh, yes. Absolutely. Such a great point. And I think that's like one of the first things that I'm always saying. My gosh, we go to school for years to learn a craft. Like doctors go for eight years minimum, I think, right? Dentists as well. And maybe not even doctors and dentists. I mean, just back in the day, okay, now I'm starting to sound my age, but I had a four-year program in college that I went to for a bachelor's or a two-year program for an associate, whatever it is, right? We go to elementary school for so many years to learn all of these things. So why is voiceover any different? Like, I'm not saying we need to spend 12 years, but in reality, we probably are continually honing our craft and spending our entire lives being a student. But why would you think it would only take two months or three months even, or even a couple of sessions before you're ready to make that demo? You have to just sit back and does that make logical sense? Lau: I think it could only make logical sense if I am really invested in the media blitz of our society and having very quick images and sounds about being in entertainment, being in the entertainment industry, which looks to us on the outside as very fast and very polished and very rich and very quick. When we know on the inside, on the other side of it, it takes years and years oftentimes to get to that place of what you're seeing in that media image. Anne: Sure. Lau: So I mean, that's kind of like the collateral damage of being in this whole entertainment industry under that umbrella is that you have whole generations now that think and feel like, if I jump on TikTok or if I jump on this social media channel, I'm instantly this, I'm instantly that. It's like stir and mix, you know? Pull it off the shelf, stir and mix, and you're instantly a star. Anne: Yeah, yeah. Lau: We have to combat that because we know for longevity in careers, it's just never that. It's always a, an investment, a creating, a recreating, a re-envisioning throughout your life. This is a craft. Anne: Yeah. And it doesn't happen overnight, for sure. Does not happen. If it looks easy, well, yeah, it probably took us, what if that overnight success was 40 years in the making? Lau: Yes. We were a 40-year overnight success. You like it? (laughs) Anne: And everybody is different. Now, of course, you might have a different story. Maybe you've been an actor all your life, and you've turned to voiceover, and you got hired because maybe you're a little bit of a celebrity, right? And people know you and they know your brand, and so you were able to lock in a big video game right away, or a national campaign. And so that is where I think people, they look at it and go, oh my gosh, I should be be able to do this. You know, if I set my goals, I should be able to do this in three months or six months. But honestly, BOSSes out there, I mean, to really be a BOSS, I think that there has to be some longevity. There has to be some due diligence. There has to be some hard work, some sweat, blood, tears, mistakes. We just had a whole podcast on mistakes -- that really make that career a possibility. And it does not typically happen in two to three months. So with that being said, the other question is, how much is this going to cost? Well, it's going to cost, right, whatever you're going to invest in your coaching and training. And I don't mean to be impatient, but it's so many times I get people who come to me thinking that it'll cost them much less to get that demo so that they can get working and be successful as a voiceover actor. And somehow they're thinking, well, just a few hundred dollars, maybe a thousand, and I'll be good to go, and I'll be able to make some money. Lau? Lau: I almost don't know what to say to that though. We always have to have something to say to that. Anne: Right? We do. We do. Lau: One of the first things I always say is, what you put into it, what you invest is exactly what you're going to get out of it. So be careful how you invest. And how much you invest and what you invest. You have to really sit down with a master plan and think, okay, maybe I don't know much. I'm in my first year. Now I'm in my third year. I know a lot more. And you have to invest and reinvest in, what are my goals per quarter? What do I want to achieve? What is achievable? What is realistic? I always joke with my clients and say, I may want to be a 22-year-old Scandinavian supermodel, but that ain't happening. Anne: (laughs) Lau: Can I just say? And I'm glad it's not happening, ‘cause that leaves me room to be what I can be, what I want to be, and what is possible for me. Anne: Love it. Sure. Lau: So I don't look at that as a limitation. I look at that as opening the door to spending the energy and time and everything that I should be investing in. Anne: Yes. Lau: Just because I have money and I can invest doesn't mean I should invest in that. I have to be very specific. I have to be very goal-oriented, and I have to be reasonable. I have to be realistic and pragmatic in my goal. There's a difference between a dream and a goal, right? Who is the famous person who said this? I have to look this up. A goal is just a dream with a deadline. But it's more than that. It's something that is realistic for my talent, for my skillset, for my time, for my money. It's like a whole portfolio. You sat down with a financial advisor, they're not just gonna say, hey, how much money do you have? No. They're gonna look at you and build a portfolio on who you are, what your background is, what you're capable of, what you want, and really come up with scenarios and variables that are reasonable in terms of it not being a gamble, but being an investment, a calculated risk. Anne: Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. I feel like we say this so much, but I feel like we, we need to say it. There is an investment here. There is an investment here. It's not going to come — can you learn voiceover on YouTube? Can you learn voiceover from reading books? Can you learn voiceover from Googling? There's a lot that you can take from that. But then there's also so much more that you can garner by investing some money into a good coach. This is all about you and your voice and your acting. And so it really helps to work with someone who specializes in taking your voice and teaching you techniques and principles of acting so that you can showcase the very best for your potential clients. And so that's going to cost money. And I always think, if you are invested enough to want to create a business selling your voice, well, you have to also understand that as a business, you respect other businesses, right? Other businesses, coaches are out there. They have to charge for their services. It's not like I can exist just on my good heart, which I do have a wonderful heart, and Lau, you too. Lau: You do. You do. Anne: I can't just spend my hours every day giving away voice lessons. And so there has to be some semblance of a business there. And I always have to say to myself that I need to present a good example of a voiceover business. I've got policies. If they can't make their lesson, if they don't notify me in a certain amount of time, I can't fill that spot again. So that costs me money. So there are things that need to be enforced in business, which I think as a student, right, or as somebody entering into this industry, wanting to be a business, that you also have to learn about and also respect and understand. Lau: You said a total mouthful too, when you said, you know, respecting the businesses that are in your business. I mean, we wanna respect everyone in the world, but when we're talking about our industry, like be respectful of others' businesses that are working alongside you, with you, and for you to help you create and grow a business. Their time is valuable. Their time is money, in essence, right? We don't like to think of it that way, but we never wanna apologize for having value monetarily. You have to have value. Sure, you can do pro bono work. Sure, you can do projects without getting paid. Sure, you can do all of that. But it has to live alongside a paradigm of career and really building something that is viable, meaning I'm getting my return, and I'm also investing, and I'm also having some luxury of profit. And that is called building a business. And so when we come out to people, we say, oh, well, how much is this gonna be? Well, that's expensive. Well, I can't afford that. You're automatically unintentionally disrespecting that person's not just time and effort, but their education. You're paying for their history, their value -- Anne: Their experience. Lau: -- their schooling, all the connections they have and know, their studio. I mean, on and on it goes. You are paying for that. It's not just about a product; it's about a a process. And so really just making sure people understand that. If you feel like someone is charging you too much money, that's fine. Then walk away from it and don't spend it. But just know they're basing their value off what they think their value is based in all those areas. It isn't just, oh, I'm slapping on a price tag of this. It's like I'm bringing this to the table and guess what? I'm not 20 or 30, I'm 50, I'm 60. So I'm bringing you all those years of knowledge and wisdom. Anne: Experience. Absolutely. Absolutely. And yeah, respect the business. Respect the people that are in the business that are helping you get into the business. And also expecting things to be easy or cheap, I would say educate yourself enough about the industry to know that with anything, right, you're going to have to make an investment. I wish that there weren't people out there selling the dream, but I think you're gonna have that for just about anything, not just voiceover, right? There's gonna be, I'm gonna sell you the dream. Gosh, there were so many and there probably still are infomercials on, come to my seminar. You too can flip a house and make thousands of dollars, and you can make thousands of dollars in, in a short amount of time. So that whole selling the dream, if it seems too good to be true, typically it is. Lau: (laughs) Anne: And so that's something to be aware of. So how long will it take me? This is the other question, how long will it take me to get a return on my investment? Lau: That's a really tough question to answer. It really is. And I, I just have to say to your point for people to remember --I had a colleague that gave me this really adorable sign one time from my birthday. It was like a mechanic with this old fashioned truck, and he was fixing the truck, and it said on it, good work ain't cheap and cheap work ain't good. Anne: Yeah. Lau: And I never forgot. Anne: Yep. I love that love. Lau: I don't know if I have the signs still, but I never forgot that. I thought it was funny and kitchy, but it's so true. Like you get what you pay for oftentimes. You really, really do. Not always, but much of the time, that principle is really true. And to be perfectly honest with everyone and all your peeps, I'm gonna be honest with, I don't feel I can give you an answer to that question of what am I gonna make and how much time I'm gonna make it in, and when am I gonna be successful? That really is an individual's journey and choice as to how much time, effort, investment, heart, soul, blood, tears, whatever you're gonna put into this. The harder you run at it, the more you put into it, the more you focus and intensify, the more opportunities tend to come because there's that work breeds work kind of energy that you're putting into the world. Like, I'm working, I know you're this way, Anne. If someone says, are you busy? Are you bored? Say there's no such thing. Bored is not in your vocabulary. Anne: Never, never. Lau: Because you're always working, you're working. Whether you're being paid or not, you're always working. And that energy, that mystical energy goes into the world, and people are attracted to that. There's an attraction to that. It's not just being busy, it's being engaged, it's being excited. It's being enthralled by things. People want to magnetically latch onto that. So I would say in order to get that success, whatever that is that you're looking for, get busy. Get busy on being busy and get engaged. And the more you're engaged, the more potential outcomes that are pleasing you are gonna happen. Anne: Well, I think return on your investment, okay. So investment, usually when people say that to you, or they're asking you that question, when will I get a return on my investment? They're talking about their money. And in reality, what you've just wrapped all into, besides the money, is your effort. Right? And your time and what you put into it. So in reality, when you're asking me, when will I get a return on my investment? Well, I will come right back to you and say, well, how committed are you to investing your time, your energy into making this a success? And a lot of it does depend on you. Now, if you're gonna sink a few thousand dollars into some coaching and a demo, then you expect to get a job how long after? A lot of times two people will say, all right, now that I got my demo, how long will it take for me to get my first voiceover job? And again, that really shows up into your effort in terms of how are you going to go out and get that job? Because you can have the best voice in the world, you have the best demo in the world, but if nobody knows about it, they can't hire you, and they can't pay you for it. Lau: And aren't you and I constantly breaking down the map biology of, okay, I will answer that question with a question, which no one likes, but okay, let's break down your day. Can we break down your week? Can we look at actually what you're investing day to day and week to week? And then all of a sudden, the door opens of knowledge, and sometimes it's like what you don't wanna see of Pandora's box coming out. Like, oh, I'm only doing this. I don't have time to do this. Or this is harder for me. Anne: Or I don't have time to do the homework. I give my students homework. And I'll be like, okay, so I saw that you were able to record a couple of pieces of copy , and I'll just say it like that. Okay. So they'll be like, well, okay, so am I ready for my demo? And I'll say, well, I noticed that you only recorded two out of your 20 pieces of copy. And so if I'm giving you too much homework, you just let me know. But I will say that you need to invest the time in doing this, and I give you homework not to make you cry or not to overwhelm you. It's to kind of get you in a discipline where you can be working. This is what it's going to be like to be working every day. This is what it's going to take for you to record this, edit it, prep it as if you were doing an audition, and just store it in that Dropbox and name it appropriately. Right? So all of these things that I'm giving for homework are really lessons in, here's what a voiceover artist does in their day. I'm submitting an audition, I'm naming it correctly, I'm uploading it on time. And so, most of the time I'll come back and say, I really need you to put in this time. Or they'll reschedule lesson after lesson after lesson, and then it will be like six months before I see them again. And I'm like, we've lost the momentum. Lau: That's right. And it's like, can you see the forest through the trees? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Like is there logic to your line of, is there reasoning even to your line of thinking? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Like one of my coaches recently, an anecdote, one of my coaches said to me, I'm frustrated because this person wants to get on the demo track and wants to do the demo and is quickly, doesn't have money, da, da, da, but is not doing the homework and is coming to the table and just using a lot of excuses as to why they could not prepare for the session. Anne: Yeah, exactly. Lau: And he said, said simply, he was frustrated, but he said, do they realize they're going into voiceover? Do they even know what that profession is? And I said, no, they haven't made that connection yet. It's for us to do the teaching moments and making the connection that what you're going into is extremely demanding, and very fast, and crazy hours and blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. But a lot of our clients, Anne, I think you could say the same thing, right? They're not seeing the forest through the trees where they're seeing this overview of what they think the industry is, but the weeds, getting really into the weeds of what it is the coaching is simulating, trying to simulate what a work experience might be like. So if it's hard for you to do your homework, then it'll be near impossible for you to do the auditions and jobs. Anne: Yeah. Oh, I teach a lot of long format narration, right? So when I give homework, they are the full spots. They'll be two to four minutes, sometimes even longer if it's e-learning. And they'll say, okay, but that was a really long spot. And I'm like, well, that's the reality of it, right? And so I need to make sure that you as an actor are completely committed to that script three quarters of the way through. Three minutes in, are you still as committed as you were in the beginning? And I want you to edit that entire thing as if it were an audition. So they're like, well, do I have to edit? And I'm like, I'm kind of giving it to you all at once so that you can understand what it takes, right, to put out a job that is a four-minute job. How long will it take you to edit that? And I want you to get better at it. I want you to get faster at it. Lau: It's a simulated journey of -- Anne: Exactly. Lau: It's a journey that you pay for to invest so that you can go with very little to no stakes. Right? To go into a high stake situation. Anne: Yeah. And if you're working with me, right? And you wanna know how long it will take before you can do voiceover -- I mean, if you're just gonna meet with me once a week, then that's an hour out of your week that you've spent doing voiceover. You're gonna progress an hour at a time. And if you're gonna ask me 10 weeks later, I'm like, well, you've spent exactly 10 hours with me. And in a given workday, we might work eight hours a day or 10 hours a day, or we work a 40-hour work week. You've only worked with me for 10 hours total of your lifetime, and you wanna know if you're ready for a demo. Now, does that make sense? Does that make sense? Lau: There's no sense to it. But then again, there's no understanding of the logic of what actually goes into it. Right? Like they literally may not get just yet what goes into building a career and building voiceover. And if someone is coming to me, which I get a lot; a client saying, I'm frustrated Lau because I'm already doing an hour or two a week of this. I can't put any more time into it, this is where I have to be kind and say, um, I get that. And you're busy and you work full-time, you have — I get that. But just continually regroup. And is your vision clear, understandable, and realistic about what you're going into? Anne: Sure. Absolutely. Lau: Because what you're going into is going to demand that you give as much as you can to it. Anne: Yeah. Yeah. It is the hardest thing. And I will be the first to admit, because when I worked part-time and voiceover when I was working a full-time job, a family, a full-time job, and voiceover is tough. There's so much focus that has to go into voiceover. Because remember, people, this is our business. It is. We are entrepreneurs. And unless your full-time job is your other full-time business, and it's yours, you are typically also navigating an unfamiliar world of, oh, I have my own business. I have to generate my own business. I have to market myself. I have to put on a trillion different hats. And so there's more than just getting in the studio and recording and editing. Now there is all the marketing, there's all the --I've gotta have a website. I've gotta be able to do auditions so that I can present myself with opportunities so that I can get work. So there's a lot, in addition to just doing voiceover in your booth. Lau: We're like one man bands. One woman bands. We really are. It's like putting on hats, hats, hats, hats. You have to own a lot of hats to be in this profession, because you're always gonna be shifting your hat. Any kind of business owner, if you're a solopreneur and you work alone, you're always shifting the hats. I think also too, Anne, we're fighting against the new mantra of teaching business leaders or teaching people who wanna be BOSSes that you can work for two or three hours a week and then sit on a beach for the rest of that time. That's like this new mantra that's out there in marketing. Like make six figures, make even seven figures. Lay on that beach with your children and just work a couple hours a week. Anne: Couple hours a day. Yeah. If that, yeah. Lau: I'm not gonna say it's a lie. I'm not gonna say that, but I am going to say there's a slight fabrication, maybe even an embellishment in that, because I know for a fact that even the tech billionaires are working all the time. And why are they working all the time? Because people who own stuff, run stuff, and lead stuff are innovators. They're inquisitive, they're interested. Whether you like what they do or agree with it is another thing. I'm just saying, they're invested in it. Their whole life is that. Even after they sell it sometimes. Anne: Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, that is the definition. Lau: Entrepreneurs. Anne: Of an entrepreneur, Lau. Lau: Yeah. We have a very, very well-known furniture company in New England that has been around for ages like 40 years. And they were run by two brothers, and they were constantly on TV together, constantly. The face -- Anne: Oh, who? Do I remember them? Lau: Jordan's Furniture. Anne: Oh yeah. Okay. Lau: One of the brothers sold his piece years ago. Well, guess what? We never see the brother that owns it. We only see that brother on tv. And he's constantly there. And I believe, correct me if I'm wrong, I believe he's the one who still has the shares. I mean, they sold the whole company now. They've been in business for a long time. But the point is, I still see him. He's on all the time because he's the face of the company. He's the feel of the company. He's much older now. He still does all the commercial campaigns. He could say, hey, I'll be on the beach. Good luck. Good luck. He made his money, he made millions. Anne: That's true. Lau: Doesn't matter. His heart and his feel as a human being is to wanna stay connected to the company, to wanna stay connected to where it's going. So my point is, is like, are we ever laying back doing nothing to build a company? No. That's false. Anne: Yes. Yeah. My return on investment, I mean, honestly, right? Investment is so much more than money. So I want you guys to really think in terms outside of money -- blood, sweat, tears, effort, practice, and of course money when you're investing money too. But that investment falls not just in your wallet, but in your time and in your commitment. And how long will it take? I think that that really is entirely up to you, (laughs). How long will it take to get a return on investment? And will you get a return on your investment? I wish I could guarantee people things. And I always say, honestly, if you put the work in and you're committed, and as long as I can understand what you're saying, right? There's so much out there. Do I have the voice for voiceover? We all do. We all have our own unique voice, and it's beautiful, and it's beautiful to people in different ways. And so yeah, sure. It's not about the voice, to be honest with you. It's not really about the voice. Lau: And sometimes there's just no real rhyme or reason. You could call it fate, you could call it mystical, you could call it whatever you want, as to what jobs are coming to you. In the same day, I mean, when I do my agent work, I'll get a $400 job in perpetuity with nothing residual or whatever, and okay. And then in the same day, I'll get a $15,000 job, which doesn't take a whole lot more time to record or a whole lot more effort. It's just the nature of it is very, very different. And the usage is very different, and the client is very different. And how they came to me and us, sometimes it's just fate. And other times it's the hard work of your branding, your marketing, your staying with it year after year that your name just floats into the universe and they get it. Anne: Sure. And it just becomes a known brand. Yeah. So how much will I make (laughs)? Will I get a return on my investment and how long? BOSSes, it's up to you. It's up to you. So, and we have all the faith that you can absolutely do it. So, ah, good conversation. Good conversation. Lau: I love that. I love that. So empowering. Anne: So BOSSes, here's a chance, not only to be a BOSS at your own business, but here's a chance for you to use your voice to make an immediate difference in our world and give back to the communities that give to you. Visit 100voiceswhocare.org to commit. And a big shout-out to our favorite ipDTL sponsor. You too can connect and network like BOSSes. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys have an amazing week, and we'll see you next week. Lau: See you next week, bye. Anne: Bye. Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
In episode 166 of the podcast, we're joined by Brian Wille, vocalist of Connecticut metalcore band Currents. We talk heavy music in New England, Brian's ability to handle both clean singing and screaming in Currents, their awesome new album ‘The Death We Seek' that dropped 5/5/23 on SharpTone Records, and their upcoming tour with Like Moths To Flames, Foreign Hands and more. Check it! Check out Brian here: IG - @brianwille Check out Currents here: www.currentsofficial.com IG - @currents Twitter - @currentsct Photo credit: George Read Web: www.greadxphoto.co.uk IG - @greadx.photo Twitter - @greadxphoto Check us out here: Web: www.podioslave.com IG: @podioslave Twitter: @podioslave Youtube: Podioslave Podcast Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org We'd love for everyone to hear this episode! Support the Podioslave family by rating, subscribing, sharing, storying, tweeting, etc — you get the vibe. Peace, love, and Podioslave. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/podioslave-podcast1/support
In Episode 93 of Theology In Particular, I have the privilege of interviewing Dr. James Renihan on the subject of religious liberty and the role that Baptists played in the development of this idea. We hope that this episode will be of some help to our listeners as they wrestle with questions related to the relationship between church and state. Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email me at: email@example.com Recommended Resources: Journal Article: William G. McLoughlin, Isaac Backus and the Separation of Church and State in America Book: William G. McLoughlin, The Diary of Isaac Backus, 3 Volumes Book: William G. McLoughlin, Soul Liberty: The Baptists Struggle in New England, 1630-1833
Welcome to episode 110 where we discuss a possible free speech reset, trees are way more than you think, the vegan anti meat psyop and how the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone Park saved the eco-system. It's a cool episode we hope you enjoy. Please share and thank you for your support. Follow us on Instagram Ron Lane (@ronfromnewengland) | Instagram Ron from New England (@thewickedplanetpodcast) | Instagram Tristan.A.Buckley (@tristan.a.buckley) | Instagram Kristen Kristen (@iridescence919) | Instagram Website Home | Deer and Crow Twitter Rondal Lane (@ronfromne) / Twitter Join the Chat on Telegram https://t.me/wickedplanet Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Donate to the show via Venmo at Ron-Lane-10 The Wood Wide Web (184) Suzanne Simard | Mother Trees and the Social Forest - YouTube
Did you miss any of The Rich Zeoli Show this week? It's ok. We forgive you. But now is your chance to catch-up on all the action: Jack Carr—former U.S. Navy SEAL sniper & New York Times #1 Best-Selling Author—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his newest book, “Only the Dead.” “Only the Dead” is the sixth book in Carr's Terminal List series and releases on May 16th. You can learn more about the book and pre-order it here: https://www.officialjackcarr.com Patrick Moore—co-founder of Greenpeace & author of “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss four whale deaths in the New York and New England areas in a four-day period earlier this month. Dr. Moore believes “the acoustic systems used by vessels surveying the ocean floor” for wind turbine construction may be contributing to the massive number of whales being beached and killed along the Atlantic Coast. Why aren't government officials halting these environmentally problematic ocean floor surveys?You can read more here (article by Joshua Rhett Miller and Franklin Raff of The New York Post): https://nypost.com/2023/05/08/not-unreasonable-to-link-whale-deaths-offshore-wind-farm-work-ex-greenpeace-chief-says/ Dr. Phillip Magness—Economic & Political Historian and Author of “The 1619 Project: A Critique—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the American Economics Association (AEA) awarding University of California Berkeley economist Gabriel Zucman with the prestigious John Bates Clark medal. Zucman is best known for research associated with the far-left's claim that billionaires pay a lower tax rate than the middle class—but, as Dr. Magness explains, an investigation into his research revealed that his data was purposefully manipulated to advance his preferred policies.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand begin the second hour by getting Zo's thoughts on Tom Brady's return to New England. (10:42) We dive into the Patriots schedule for the upcoming season. (23:54) The crew goes back and forth on the prime time games for the Patriots with Zo needing to travel to Denver for the Christmas Eve game against the Broncos. (33:50).We react to the news of Tom Brady being in talks to become a limited partner of the Las Vegas Raiders.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand, with Matt McCarthy in for Scott Zolak, start by reacting to the news of Tom Brady coming home to New England. (12:22) We continue to discuss the leaks coming out on the Patriots schedule and Tom Brady's return. (22:30) The crew questions how many friends they have outside of work and wish Milliken a Happy Birthday. (32:40) We wrap-up our conversation on Tom Brady coming home and what defines a friend.
HOUR 4 Front office report with Red Sox President Sam Kennedy Breaking news: The Patriots will honor Tom Brady at first home opener! Curtis is baffled by the timing of the Pats' Brady announcement
It's 1647, and in New England, where puritan settlers live in fear of God's wrath and a hostile indigenous population, there are rumours coming from Boston, and up the Connecticut valley, that witches are to blame for the death of local children… In today's episode, Tom and Dominic are joined by historian Malcolm Gaskill, as they discuss witch crazes, hunts and trials in the 17th century, with a particular focus on the town of Springfield, Massachusetts.*The Rest Is History Live Tour 2023*:Tom and Dominic are going on an international tour in 2023 and performing in Dublin, Washington D.C. and New York! Buy your tickets here: restishistorypod.comTwitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There is a solitary, humble, wooden structure on a windswept hill in rural New England. To open the door is to engage our minds, our hearts, and our imaginations. In this place, preachers and professors, past and present, come alive as they walk the aisle, ascend the pulpit stairs, and teach…from theology, from history, and from the Word of God. Welcome to the Saybrook Meetinghouse, an audio production of Saybrook Ministries.Saybrook's Vision:Inspiring and invigorating Christians with imaginative and intellectual content.Saybrook's Mission:To provide didactic and devotional content from the Christian faith delivered to the saints; recovered and refined by the Protestant Reformation.With God's blessing, our prayer is that Saybrook's content will be…(1) to Christians convinced of Reformation truths: Encouraging & Powerful(2) to Christians unconvinced of Reformation truths: Educational & Persuasive(3) to Non-Christians: Engaging & Prophetic
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: During his CNN Town Hall, former President Donald Trump accused the federal government of “spending money like drunken sailors.” While answering questions about Title 42's expiration and illegal immigration, Trump said: “you're going to have millions of people pouring into our country” and charged Democrats with attempting to destroy the country. Virginia Kruta of The Daily Wire writes, “migrants are reportedly dumping identification papers – including Mexican humanitarian visas—in a sea of trash ditched just after they illegally cross the border into the United States.” You can read the full article here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/migrants-ditch-visas-and-identification-papers-in-sea-of-trash-just-after-illegal-crossing While discussing the mishandling of classified documents during Wednesday night's Town Hall, former President Donald Trump accused President Joe Biden of illegally possessing 1800 boxes of documents from his time as Vice President—and carelessly leaving classified materials in a garage next to his Corvette. Dr. Patrick Moore—co-founder of Greenpeace & author of “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss four whale deaths in the New York and New England areas in a four-day period earlier this month. Dr. Moore believes “the acoustic systems used by vessels surveying the ocean floor” for wind turbine construction may be contributing to the massive number of whales being beached and killed along the Atlantic Coast. Why aren't government officials halting these environmentally problematic ocean floor surveys? You can read more here (article by Joshua Rhett Miller and Franklin Raff of The New York Post): https://nypost.com/2023/05/08/not-unreasonable-to-link-whale-deaths-offshore-wind-farm-work-ex-greenpeace-chief-says/
Dr. Patrick Moore—co-founder of Greenpeace & author of “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss four whale deaths in the New York and New England areas in a four-day period earlier this month. Dr. Moore believes “the acoustic systems used by vessels surveying the ocean floor” for wind turbine construction may be contributing to the massive number of whales being beached and killed along the Atlantic Coast. Why aren't government officials halting these environmentally problematic ocean floor surveys? You can read more here (article by Joshua Rhett Miller and Franklin Raff of The New York Post): https://nypost.com/2023/05/08/not-unreasonable-to-link-whale-deaths-offshore-wind-farm-work-ex-greenpeace-chief-says/
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (05/11/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday night, former President Donald Trump took part in a CNN New Hampshire-based Town Hall on CNN. The 90-minute event was hosted by CNN Morning's Kaitlan Collins—a former White House Correspondent for The Daily Caller who the far-left is now criticizing for her past comments on illegal immigration and progressive donor George Soros. 3:25pm- In the middle of former President Donald Trump's Wednesday night Town Hall, the Lincoln Project's Rick Wilson posted a profanity-laced video on Twitter condemning CNN for hosting the event. 3:30pm- While speaking with Hugh Hewitt, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie slammed Donald Trump's performance during a CNN Town Hall—calling the former President a “puppet for Putin.” 3:45pm- Susan Crabtree— RealClearPolitics White House & National Political Correspondent—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss her latest series of articles, “The Long Road to Confronting China's War on Religion.” Crabtree writes, “[t]wo researchers…uncovered compelling evidence that Chinese surgeons are systematically removing organs from prisoners while they are still alive, providing on-demand supplies for what has become China's billion-dollar organ export industry.” You can read Crabtree's full article here: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2023/05/05/the_long_road_to_confronting_chinas_war_on_religion_part_ii.html 4:05pm- During his CNN Town Hall, former President Donald Trump accused the federal government of “spending money like drunken sailors.” While answering questions about Title 42's expiration and illegal immigration, Trump said: “you're going to have millions of people pouring into our country” and charged Democrats with attempting to destroy the country. 4:15pm- Virginia Kruta of The Daily Wire writes, “migrants are reportedly dumping identification papers – including Mexican humanitarian visas—in a sea of trash ditched just after they illegally cross the border into the United States.” You can read the full article here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/migrants-ditch-visas-and-identification-papers-in-sea-of-trash-just-after-illegal-crossing 4:20pm- While discussing the mishandling of classified documents during Wednesday night's Town Hall, former President Donald Trump accused President Joe Biden of illegally possessing 1800 boxes of documents from his time as Vice President—and carelessly leaving classified materials in a garage next to his Corvette. 4:40pm- Dr. Patrick Moore—co-founder of Greenpeace & author of “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss four whale deaths in the New York and New England areas in a four-day period earlier this month. Dr. Moore believes “the acoustic systems used by vessels surveying the ocean floor” for wind turbine construction may be contributing to the massive number of whales being beached and killed along the Atlantic Coast. Why aren't government officials halting these environmentally problematic ocean floor surveys? You can read more here (article by Joshua Rhett Miller and Franklin Raff of The New York Post): https://nypost.com/2023/05/08/not-unreasonable-to-link-whale-deaths-offshore-wind-farm-work-ex-greenpeace-chief-says/ 5:05pm- The Drive at 5: Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Taboo: 10 Facts You Can't Talk About”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent editorial at National Review, “The False Jordan Neely Narrative.” Dr. Reilly writes that “Jordan Neely had 42 previous arrests, many for subway violence. At the time of the fatal struggle, he had an active criminal warrant, earned for punching a 67-year-old grandmother, breaking her nose and fracturing her orbital bone…the tragic struggle that killed Neely began when he went nuts on a subway car packed with riders, screaming violent threats.” So why isn't the media reporting those facts? You can read Dr. Reilly's full article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2023/05/the-false-jordan-neely-narrative/ 5:25pm- According to Fox News, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will charge the Marine who subdued Jordan Neely, leading to his death, on a New York City Subway with 2nd degree manslaughter. 5:40pm- While speaking at his “Prescribe Freedom” press conference where he announced the signing of a bill banning vaccine and mask mandates in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis said he does not want his state to follow in California's footsteps. 5:50pm- The NFL released their 2023-24 season schedule. Notably, the Philadelphia Eagles play the New York Giants on Christmas Day! 6:05pm- Title 42 set to expire Thursday evening, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas held a press conference where he continued to insist that the border is not open. Rich notes that since President Joe Biden was sworn into office, 6.3 million undocumented migrants have crossed the U.S. southern border—expect those numbers to increase dramatically in the days following Title 42's expiration. 6:25pm- Our other networks other than Fox News reporting on the crisis from the U.S. southern border? And will mainstream media outlets hold the Biden Administration responsible for the unfolding crisis? 6:40pm- On Wednesday night, former President Donald Trump took part in a CNN New Hampshire-based Town Hall on CNN. The 90-minute event was hosted by CNN Morning's Kaitlan Collins—a former White House Correspondent for The Daily Caller who the far-left is now criticizing for her past comments on illegal immigration and progressive donor George Soros.
In Episode 299 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger investigate a former Concord, New Hampshire, police station turned Mexican Restaurant to search for the ghost of “George.” Back in 1945, two fugitives named Edgar Cook and John Giles broke out of a Council Bluffs, Iowa, jail and headed for New England on the lam. Dubbed the Toothbrush Bandits because they fashioned a toothbrush into a cell key, their dramatic life of crime ended in Concord, New Hampshire, in one of these haunted former cells. See more here: https://ournewenglandlegends.com/podcast-299-concords-most-haunted-jail/ Listen ad-free plus get early access and bonus episodes at: https://www.patreon.com/NewEnglandLegends
Lots of questions in the mailbag and from instagram! Hap and the PACKED chat room have a fun chat and talk a little MMA , Fitness, Sports , HHSC and much more!!!If you have a topic or question for the next "Live Chat" You can always send it along to QuestionsforTheHappyHour@Gmail.comThis episode was recorded live on the network infront of Happy Hour V.I.P.sIf you want to be part of the live tapingsfollow us on Twitchhttps://m.twitch.tv/thehappyhourscorwww.TheHappyHourSocialClub.comAS ALWAYSThe Happy Hour is brought to you by the official Top Shelf Alcohol of the Happy Hour!CLEARWATER DISTILLERY https://shop.clearwaterdistilling.com/PROMO CODE KINGHAPSAVES 10% and free shipping over $100OLD SCHOOL LABSAmazing Supplements made for Amazing people!TRY OATMEAL CREAM PIE PROTEIN! Save 15% site wide with promo code Kinghaphttps://shop.oldschoollabs.com/?aff=364Liquid I.V.WOW..... NEW MOCKTAILS!!!
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Captain Wollaston creates a small settlement in New England, seemingly to use as a way-station and storage facility for Indentured Servants. Thomas Morton, one of his minor investors, had another plan in mind. Morton's neighbors in the Plymouth Colony will come to know him as, "The Lord of Misrule." --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/osoa/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/osoa/support
Luke is mesmerized by the beauty of New England but frustrated by its labyrinthian roads. Andrew revisits the great Cleveland balloon disaster of 1986. And a listener creates a mini-episode of TBTL using artificial intelligence. (Image of 1.4 million balloons being released into the sky over Cleveland in 1986 from the mini YouTube doc BalloonFest '86: The Fundraiser that Ended in Disaster by TSD Talks.)
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Mina Kimes is joined by Dan Pizzuta for a mailbag edition of the show. Which team is most likely to go worst to first? (2:40) What do you need to see from Jordan Love to determine if he is the long term solution in Green Bay? (13:40) What is the future of Mac Jones in New England? (20:10) How can the Seahawks improve their pass rush? (29:40) Can the Bengals challenge the Chiefs for the number one seed? (35:00) Which teams would you swap from NFC to AFC to even out the conferences? (45:00) What do you think of the Falcons offseason? (50:20) What should the Vikings do about their QB situation? (55:50) Should the Rams tear it down? (1:11:50) Did the Cowboys actually improve in the offseason? (1:19:15) Which coaches are on the hot seat this year? (1:26:10) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After the killing of John Oldham and his crew at Block Island, the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony mobilized an expedition of 90 men under the command of John Endicott. The goal was to deter Pequot aggression, but Endicott would prove, yet again, to be a stern and inflexible man who would fundamentally blunder into full-scale war with the Pequots. In this episode we look at Endicott's raid, the attempt by the Pequots to seduce the Narragansetts into an alliance, the skillful diplomacy of Roger Williams, and the attack by the Pequots on Fort Saybrook in retaliation. We end the episode with one last missed opportunity for peace. There's a map on the website in the episode notes that is useful for sorting out the geography, if you don't know southern New England like the back of your hand. Also, if you live in Austin or within a reasonable drive, please let me know if you will join our meet-up of listeners on June 1, 2023 at 6 pm, at a venue still to be arranged. Please send me a note by email or direct message on Twitter or Facebook to let me know if you can make it, so I can estimate attendance and pick the right place. Twitter: @TheHistoryOfTh2 Facebook: The History of the Americans Podcast Selected references for this episode John M. Barry, Roger Williams and the Creation of the American Soul Francis J. Bremer, John Winthrop: America's Forgotten Founding Father Alfred A. Cave, The Pequot War Charles Orr, History of the Pequot War: The Contemporary Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardener Timeline of the Pequot War
In Episode 544: Beasts and Portals of Hockomock Swamp we are joined in the studio by Phil Anderson! Phil was a guest on The Confessionals in the early days of Episode 50: Haunting Stories of Onset, Massachusetts. He is also heard in the show intro when he says, "Dude, he slithered over to me." Phil and I went to college together and he played a big role in building up my confidence when starting this show and now I return the favor as he is now diving into paranormal investigations with his YouTube channel. He goes by Exploring With Phil and he started out doing Randonautica videos and then migrated into doing more paranormal investigations in the Bridgewater Triangle area of New England. He heavily focuses on the Hockomock Swamp which its been known to have tons of paranormal and cryptid activity as it is also known as The Devil's Swamp. Phil has caught a lot of EVPs while investigating and has seen a black "wolf" in the light of day. In the same area he has heard the "metal door" sounds on two occasions and one of those times the experience lasted about 25 minutes. He comes on today to share about his journeys hunting down the unknown in the Hockomock Swap in the Bridgewater Triangle. Subscribe to Exploring With Phil: https://www.youtube.com/@canadiandutchboys Watch Exploring With Phil's Top Videos: The Paranormal Portal of The Hockomock Swamp: https://youtu.be/7OuFtyOCJD4 Top 10 Bridgewater Triangle Moments: https://youtu.be/vHfoxD37sXk Anawan Rock, Bridgewater Triangle “Leave...Go Home…Leave”: https://youtu.be/JrEby2sSXZ0 The Confessionals Members App: Apple Store: https://apple.co/3UxhPrh Google Play: https://bit.ly/43mk8kZ Become a member for AD FREE listening and EXTRA shows: theconfessionalspodcast.com/join Come Meet Tony: 1. Smoky Mountain Bigfoot Conference Tickets: https://bit.ly/3l1wZHR 2. LIVE SHOW in Gatlinburg, TN! Tickets: https://bit.ly/3IC4Ikx Watch Expedition Dogman: https://bit.ly/3CE6Kg0 Tony's Studio Equipment: linktr.ee/mystudiogear SPONSORS GET EMP Shield: empshield.com Coupon Code: "tony" for $50 off every item you purchase! Listen to this episode for more information! Link: bit.ly/3YaMD1N GET SIMPLISAFE TODAY: simplisafe.com/confessionals GET Hello Fresh: hellofresh.com/confessionals60 Promo Code: "confessionals16" for 16 free meals plus free shipping!!! Get Emergency Food Supplies: www.preparewiththeconfessionals.com CONNECT WITH US Website: www.theconfessionalspodcast.com Email: email@example.com Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.theconfessionalspodcast.com/the-newsletter SOCIAL MEDIA Subscribe to our YouTube: https://bit.ly/2TlREaI Discord: https://discord.gg/KDn4D2uw7h Show Instagram: theconfessionalspodcast Tony's Instagram: tonymerkelofficial Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheConfessionalsPodcas Twitter: @TConfessionals Tony's Twitter: @tony_merkel Are you a military veteran struggling with thoughts of suicide? Contact Watchman Readiness Corps for REAL help. A veteran-run organization that is designed to help through hands-on survival training. Website: wrc.vet Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (214) 912-8714 Instagram: wrc_survival Facebook: colbywrcvet OUTRO MUSIC VanTesla - Agartha (feat. Nergui) YouTube | Apple Music | Spotify
The gang is mostly here to review the #TFClive match vs. New England, look ahead to Montreal TWICE! Talk about some other #Vcup quarter-finals, look at CSA elections, and the usual malarkey. In this episode, Kristin goes for a few 'interesting' analogies, Mark struggles with math (happens to the best of us) and Duncan thinks Hamilton will go out on penalties (again).
Chris Graves is a fellow New England podcaster and researcher that has gone deep down the mass casualty event Rabbit Hole. He joined us to discuss the oddities associated with the Columbine High School mass shooting and the Boston Bombing. Please share and enjoy the show. Follow us on Instagram Ron Lane (@ronfromnewengland) | Instagram Ron from New England (@thewickedplanetpodcast) | Instagram Tristan.A.Buckley (@tristan.a.buckley) | Instagram Kristen Kristen (@iridescence919) | Instagram Website Home | Deer and Crow Twitter Rondal Lane (@ronfromne) / Twitter Join the Chat on Telegram https://t.me/wickedplanet Email us at email@example.com Donate to the show via Venmo at Ron-Lane-10 Follow Chris Graves https://twitter.com/CGravesMassGuy https://linktr.ee/cgravesmassguy https://ochelli.com/category/chris-graves/ https://linktr.ee/thenewprisonernumbersix https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/SirhcSevarg https://cash.app/$SirhcSevarg
Locked On Patriots - Daily Podcast On The New England Patriots
The New England Patriots have utilized both offseason free agency and the 2023 NFL Draft to make some notable improvements to their roster. However, the Pats still have some areas in need of additional upgrades. Host Mike D'Abate welcomes Thomas ‘Murph' Murphy of E2G Sports to discuss New England's biggest roster concerns, while Mike provide his thoughts on tight end Mike Gesicki's potential impact on the Pats passing game. Find and follow Locked On Patriots on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-patriots-daily-podcast-on-the-new-england/id1140512627 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1c5ZxFmwg3WbfxAU3tR5Ve?si=k196wH-yRqifUcQQz8SjIQ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-patriots And follow host Mike D'Abate on Twitter, where he'll be sharing the latest news about the New England Patriots and talking with fans. Twitter: @mdabateNFL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetterHelp This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp connects you with a licensed therapist who can take you on that journey of self-discovery from wherever you are. Visit BetterHelp.com/lockedon today to get 10% off your first month. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG(CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat(CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sarah Osbourne. Roger Toothaker. Mercy Good. Ann Foster. Lydia Dustin. Casualties of the Salem Witch Trials are traditionally taught as 19 hanged and 1 tortured to death. However, there were an additional 5 people who died in jail. Join Sarah and Jeffrey, your favorite Salem tour guides, as they unravel the stories of these individuals. A woman sitting on a land dispute, a man practicing folk magic, an infant child, a confessed witch, and a woman found innocent. Together they form a striking picture of what was happening in New England in 1692. Interested in Salem The Podcast Merch!? CLICK HERE! Interested in supporting the Podcast? Looking for more Salem content? CLICK HERE! www.salemthepodcast.com NEW INSTAGRAM - @salemthepod Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Book a tour with Jeffrey (For 2023) www.btftours.com Book a tour with Sarah (For 2023) www.bewitchedtours.com Intro/Outro Music from Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/all-good-folks/unfamiliar-faces License code: NGSBY7LA1HTVAUJE
Jennifer Lunden joins Let's Talk Memoir for a conversation about her experience with ME/CFS and her new braided memoir American Breakdown: Our Ailing Nation, My Body's Revolt, and the Nineteenth-Century Woman Who Brought Me Back to Life, writing about trauma, the long-term effects of adverse childhood experiences on health, misogyny in medicine, using imagery to ground our readers, how she found the right publisher, and what it takes to be a working, published writer. Also in this episode: -capitalism and grind culture -epigenetics -destigmatizing ME/CFS and other autoimmune diseases Books mentioned in this episode: Easy Beauty by Chloe Cooper Jones The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey The Two Kinds of Decay by Sarah Manguso The Ladies Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness by Sarah Ramsey Notes from No Man's Land by Eula Biss A Good Country: My LIfe in Twelve Towns and the Devastating Battle for a White America by Sofia Ali-Khan Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit Jennifer Lunden is the author of American Breakdown: Our Ailing Nation, My Body's Revolt, and the Nineteenth-Century Woman Who Brought Me Back to Life. Her writing has been selected for a Pushcart Prize, listed as Notable in Best American Essays, and supported by grants from the Maine Arts Commission, the Money for Women/Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Her essays have been published in Creative Nonfiction, Orion, River Teeth, DIAGRAM, Longreads, and other journals. She has received fellowships from Yaddo, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Hewnoaks Artist Residency, Hedgebrook, Monson Arts, and the Dora Maar House in the South of France, and was the 2016 recipient of the Bread Loaf - Rona Jaffe Foundation Scholarship in Nonfiction. A licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and former therapist, she provides individual and group supervision to other therapists and has also taught social work online for Simmons University and the University of New England. In 2012 she was named Maine's Social Worker of the Year for her campaign to prevent cuts to Maine's Medicaid program. She and her husband live in a little house in Portland, Maine, where they keep several backyard chickens, two cats, and some gloriously untamed gardens. Connect with Jennifer: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.lunden Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jleelunden/ Website: https://jenniferlunden.com/ Links for book purchase are on this page: https://jenniferlunden.com/american-breakdown/ -- Ronit Plank is a writer, teacher, and editor whose work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Writer's Digest, The Rumpus, American Literary Review, Hippocampus, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her memoir WHEN SHE COMES BACK about the loss of her mother to the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and their eventual reconciliation was named a 2021 Best True Crime Book by Book Riot and was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, the Housatonic Book Awards, and the Book of the Year Awards. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, the Best of the Net, and the Best Microfiction Anthology, and her short story collection HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE won Hidden River Arts' Eludia Award. She is creative nonfiction editor at The Citron Review and lives in Seattle with her family where she is working on her next book. More about Ronit: https://ronitplank.com Sign up for monthly podcast and writing updates: https://bit.ly/33nyTKd Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ More about WHEN SHE COMES BACK, a memoir: https://ronitplank.com/book/ More about HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE, a short story collection: https://ronitplank.com/home-is-a-made-up-place/ Connect with Ronit: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ https://twitter.com/RonitPlank https://www.facebook.com/RonitPlank Background photo: Canva Headshot photo credit: Sarah Anne Photography Theme music: Isaac Joel, Dead Moll's Fingers
The Peds NP: Pearls of Pediatric Evidence-Based Practice
In the second episode of the Health Equity in Pediatrics series, we explore implicit bias as unconscious attitudes and stereotypes held against a group that may even be contrary to one's stated beliefs. Identifying your implicit bias is a best practice that can enable you to limit its impact on your behavior and prevent harm from altered clinical decision making that is based on preconceived notions. In this episode, we discuss examples of how implicit bias can impact health care in children and the skills that provider's can hone to combat its influence. Want to make a bigger difference in health equity? Complete an anonymous survey here after you listen to the episode or visit www.thepedsnp.com and click the “Complete a Survey” button at the top of the page. The responses will provide greater insight into how podcasts impact education and behavior through microlearning of health equity concepts. After you complete a survey, you'll receive a separate link to enter your email to a raffle for a $15 Amazon gift card. Winners will be chosen at random and notified by email one week after the original publication date. This raffle was made possible by grant funding from the sources below. Disclaimer: This series was supported by the North Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) Dr. Rasheeda Monroe Health Equity grant whose mission is to support research and quality improvement aimed at improving health equity among infants, children, and adolescents. The content of this episode reflects my views and does not necessarily represent, nor is an endorsement of, NC NAPNAP or the Dr. Rasheeda Monroe Health Equity grant. For more information, please community.napnap.org/northcarolinachapter. References: FitzGerald, C., & Hurst, S. (2017). Implicit bias in healthcare professionals: a systematic review. BMC medical ethics, 18(1), 19. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-017-0179-8 Gonzalez, C. M., Lypson, M. L., & Sukhera, J. (2021). Twelve tips for teaching implicit bias recognition and management. Medical teacher, 43(12), 1368–1373. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2021.1879378 Goyal, M. K., Johnson, T. J., Chamberlain, J. M., Cook, L., Webb, M., Drendel, A. L., Alessandrini, E., Bajaj, L., Lorch, S., Grundmeier, R. W., Alpern, E. R., & PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE APPLIED RESEARCH NETWORK (PECARN) (2020). Racial and Ethnic Differences in Emergency Department Pain Management of Children With Fractures. Pediatrics, 145(5), e20193370. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2019-3370 Greenwald, A. G., Dasgupta, N., Dovidio, J. F., Kang, J., Moss-Racusin, C. A., & Teachman, B. A. (2022). Implicit-Bias Remedies: Treating Discriminatory Bias as a Public-Health Problem. Psychological science in the public interest : a journal of the American Psychological Society, 23(1), 7–40. https://doi.org/10.1177/15291006211070781 Jindal, M., Trent, M., & Mistry, K. B. (2022). The Intersection of Race, Racism, and Child and Adolescent Health. Pediatrics in review, 43(8), 415–425. https://doi.org/10.1542/pir.2020-004366 Mossey J. M. (2011). Defining racial and ethnic disparities in pain management. Clinical orthopaedics and related research, 469(7), 1859–1870. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11999-011-1770-9 Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. (2022). Pediatric Nursing Workforce Report 2022: A Demographic Profile of 53,000 PNCB-Certified Nursing Professionals. https://pncb.org/ sites/default/files/resources/PNCB_2022_Pediatric_Nursing_Workforce_Demographic_ Report.pdf Project Implicit. (2011). Take a test. https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html Raphael, J. L., & Oyeku, S. O. (2020). Implicit Bias in Pediatrics: An Emerging Focus in Health Equity Research. Pediatrics, 145(5), e20200512. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2020-0512 Sabin J. A. (2022). Tackling Implicit Bias in Health Care. The New England journal of medicine, 387(2), 105–107. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMp2201180 Smiley, R. A., Ruttinger, C., Oliveira, C. M., Hudson, L. R., Allgeyer, R., Reneau, K. A., Silvestre, J. H., & Alexander, M. (2021). The 2020 National Nursing Workforce Survey. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.1016/s2155-8256(21)00027-2. U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (2023). Religious garb and grooming in the workplace: Rights and responsibilities. https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/religious-garb-and-grooming-workplace-rights-and-responsibilities#_ftn17
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Bill welcomes Congressman David Cicilline for what is likely his final appearance as a member of Congress. He is set to take over as Executive Director of The Rhode Island Foundation on June 1st. Support the show
Despite a plea from Abigail Adams to her husband to “Remember the Ladies,” women, especially married women, didn't have many legal rights in the Early Republic. Even so, women used existing legal structures to advocate for themselves and their children, leaning on their dependent status and the obligations of their husbands and the state to provide for them. I'm joined this week by Dr. Jacqueline Beatty, Assistant Professor of History at York College of Pennsylvania, and author of In Dependence: Women and the Patriarchal State in Revolutionary America. Our theme song is Frogs Legs Rag, composed by James Scott and performed by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons. The mid-episode music is “Chester,” composed by William Billings in 1778, performed by the United States Marine Corps Band in 2014; the recording is in the public domain and is available via Wikimedia Commons. The episode image is: ”A New England kitchen. A hundred years ago,” by H. W. Peirce, ca. 1876, via the Library of Congress. Additional Sources: “When Women Lost the Vote,” Museum of the American Revolution. “Lydia Chapin Taft – New England's First Woman Voter,” New England Historical Society. “Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 31 March - 5 April 1776 [electronic edition],”. Adams Family Papers: An Electronic Archive, Massachusetts Historical Society. “Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, 14 April 1776 [electronic edition],” Adams Family Papers: An Electronic Archive, Massachusetts Historical Society. “On the Trail of America's First Women to Vote,” by Jennifer Schuessler, The New York Times; Published Feb. 24, 2020, Updated Aug. 7, 2020. “Coverture: The Word You Probably Don't Know But Should,” National Women's History Museum, September 4, 2012. “Boston: A City Steeped in U.S. History,” History.com; Published March 7, 2019, Updated March 13, 2019. “Massachusetts Constitution and the Abolition of Slavery,” The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. “Philadelphia: Colonial City to Modern Metropolis [video],” Penn Museum, July 6, 2018. “An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery - March 1, 1780,” Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. “Historic Overview,” Explore Charleston. “How Slavery Built Charleston,” by Brentin Mock, Bloomberg, July 20, 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Pequot War of 1636-1638 was the first time that Europeans in the lands of today's United States launched a fundamentally offensive war to reduce an American Indian tribe to ruin. Pious as they were, concerned as they were with God's favor, the moral athletes of the Massachusetts Bay in the mid-1630s were the first Europeans who pretty much made it their business to wipe out an American Indian tribe. The question is, why? In this episode and the next, we look at the Pequot War, and the paranoiac misunderstandings that led to the most brutal fighting between Europeans and Indians in North America since Hernando de Soto had raged across Alabama in 1540. [See the episode notes on the website, The History of the Americans, for a map of the Indians tribes in southern New England in 1630 or so, which might be useful for following the action in this episode and the next.] Twitter: @TheHistoryOfTh2 Facebook: The History of the Americans Podcast Selected references for this episode John M. Barry, Roger Williams and the Creation of the American Soul Francis J. Bremer, John Winthrop: America's Forgotten Founding Father Alfred A. Cave, The Pequot War Charles Orr, History of the Pequot War: The Contemporary Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardener Timeline of the Pequot War
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Inside Public Health presented by CCA Health Rhode Island welcomes Jennifer Samale, senior director, clinical care partnership, CCA Health Rhode Island, for a conversation on practical and sustainable nutrition tips. Support the show
Welcome to this mind-bending episode 109 where we dive into the Gateway Process, entering the absolute infinity, time traveling in the matrix and are we nothing more than a simulation within a larger simulation? We discuss the possibilities of eternal life through transcendence and whether or not reincarnation works in the absolute. Get ready to have your mind blown! Please share, enjoy and Thank You for your support. PS: You may want to "Pre-Game" for this episode. Follow us on Instagram Ron Lane (@ronfromnewengland) | Instagram Ron from New England (@thewickedplanetpodcast) | Instagram Tristan.A.Buckley (@tristan.a.buckley) | Instagram Kristen Kristen (@iridescence919) | Instagram Website Home | Deer and Crow Twitter Rondal Lane (@ronfromne) / Twitter Join the Chat on Telegram https://t.me/wickedplanet Email us at email@example.com Donate to the show via Venmo at Ron-Lane-10 The CIA documents explaining the Gateway Process accessed through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) CIA-RDP96-00788R001700210016-5.pdf Disclaimer: Do not try this at home, may cause possession by demonic entities or open your mind so wide you will never do dishes or laundry again.