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Tailer Trash Fly Fishing
Tailer Trash Fly Fishing - Fly Tithing

Tailer Trash Fly Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 230:10


Episode 88 - For those of you who joined us on an Instagram live from the kitchen in the Tailer Park, you'll know we ate good before starting Episode 88 thanks to Jamieson's aim in the woods of Georgia. The opening segment features a guest appearance with Will Rice to talk: Season 3 of Down The Path Podcast From there we dive right into Fly Tithing - take on sharing the wealth and creating good vibes beyond the fly tying vice. Woven into the conversation are some of the stories from Marcus' guest tier appearance at Old City Fly Shop. We contrast structured events to open tying nights. Ben & Marc both share their preference between “rowdy” fly tying nights and more formal teaching environments. Larry shares a recent experience at the Park Avenue boat ramp where he received $5 for a couple of flies. (Look for his new IG account coming soon where he'll be selling more amazing custom flies) Jamieson & Larry detail a recent fishing trip on the Swordspine. The entire table dives into Duckgate (More like duck hate.)Join us in reviewing the opinions of some of the meanest sums uh bitches on the internet, The Duck Hunting Legal Scholar. Reference: 36 CFR 2.2 Our universally loved Social Media Review begins with posts that declare outrage over a Tarpon Tournament that has yet to take place. We offer accolades to Bajio for joining the fight for saving Mosquito Lagoon. We've been critical of their absence in the home waters we share, so we thought it appropriate to acknowledge their move to support Marine Discovery Center and their mission. Lastly, the East Cape "Drift" is the focus of our cutting edge reporting from the Skiff News Network. Thanks to Kevin Fenn for going on record and sharing a little of the back story and who is helping develop a new drift boat that is sure to send ripples across rivers very soon. Start picking your color today! How to support the World's Most Genuine Fly Fishing Podcast: Support The Podcast: Use CODE: Tailer20 at Grundens.com to save 20% on your next order off outdoor gear or apparel. Shop for Tailer Trash merch at tailertrash.com Venmo a buck or two to @T2F2events for "Tailer Snacks".

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.335 Richard Diamond Private Detective: The Martin Hyer Case

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 31:10


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.The Martin Hyer Case: June Hyre hires Dick to follow her husband. Dick follows him right to a corpse! Originally aired July 23rd,1949.Support the show

Directionally Challenged
From Stockholm to Hollywood with Helena Mattson

Directionally Challenged

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 38:27


Kayla is joined by close friend, entrepreneur, and actor Helena Mattson (American Horror Story, 666 Park Avenue) to discover how exactly Helena made her way from Stockholm all the way to Hollywood. They discuss the issues mothers face in the industry, starting a business, and how they approach their art as performers. Follow HelenaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/helena_mattssonGet 25% off your entire order at Ava Carrington with the code DC25 at https://www.avacarrington.com/Follow Us:Instagram: www.instagram.com/candicekayla/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/CandiceKayla Website: www.candicekayla.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
The Future Looks Beautiful: A Discussion of What Lies Ahead in Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Medicine

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 17:56


What's in store for the future of medical aesthetics? Dr. Bass gives an inside look at where we are right now and his expert predictions.  Injectable fillers and neuromodulators began to gain momentum in the 1990's, and the rate of innovation with these technologies has been expanding ever since. These advances in non-surgical treatments will continue to decrease the need for big restorative surgery and revolutionize aesthetic medicine.  As technology continues to improve, we can expect to see the use of artificial intelligence and imaging tools to help people visualize their potential results and and help plastic surgeons better tailor treatments for their patients' individual needs.  The timing of breakthroughs cannot be accurately predicted, but expect an emphasis on biologicals and possibly stem cells or other cell-based therapies to play a significant role in helping people maintain a youthful and healthy appearance by “reprogramming” the skin to act as if it were younger. About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

The Startup Operator
Roundup #96: A look back at 2022

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 29:12


Welcome to #96th episode of The Startup Operator Roundup. The Roundup is our weekly views on the news from the Indian Startup Ecosystem. ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Park Avenue Power Point Tweet:https://twitter.com/RoshanCariappa/status/1607642655735042053?s=20 ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup ------------------------------------- If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

The Startup Operator
EP 198 : Building a Wealth Tech Platform - Subramanya S V (Co-founder & CEO, Fisdom)

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 49:12


Subramanya is the co-founder and CEO of Fisdom, a wealth tech platform. Prior to founding Fisdom, he worked at Bessemer Venture Partner. With over 15 years of experience in finance, Subu is a veteran of the Indian Startup scene. In this episode he spoke about the impact that VC firms have had on startups, the nuances of running a broking business and shared some unique insights from the industry. ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Click here to get regular WhatsApp updates: https://wa.me/message/ZUZQQGKCZTADL1 ------------------------------------- Connect with Subramanya S V :Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/subramanya-s-v-1864982/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Subramanya_SV ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup​​ ------------------------------------- Topics: 00:00 Sneak Peak00:38 Introduction02:05 Evolution of Indian Startups05:56 Impact of VC Funding on Startups11:42 How Investing has changed  16:09 Balancing growth and consumer interests 22:43 Park Avenue Wrinkle free shirts23:07 Nuances of running a broking business 28:33 Can a startup have different subcultures? 33:00 Managing compliance and regulation in fintech36:20 Unique insights from the Wealth industry40:20 Building trust with consumers42:36 Executing during a downturn45:40 Books and Podcast recommendations If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

UBC News World
Children In Scotch Plains Get Problem-Solving & Coping Skills For Depression

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 2:38


Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching, LLC (908-370-5713) is Scotch Plains, New Jersey's most trusted name in mental health coaching and compassionate care for young children with a mental illness or disorder. Go to https://www.kairoschronicpain.com to find out more. Kairos Chronic Pain Coaching, LLC 567 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076, United States Website https://www.kairoschronicpain.com/ Phone +1-908-370-5713 Email christina@kairosbehavioralhealth.com

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.326 Richard Diamond Private Detective: A Contemporary Christmas Carol

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 32:53


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.A Contemporary Christmas Carol: The characters on Richard Diamond take a week off from mysteries to perform a modern version of the Christmas Carol.Originally aired December 24th,1949.It's An Interesting StoryIf you love a good story, this is the podcast for you! That's exactly what you'll hear...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
The Rise of Regenerative Medicine: Breathing New Life Into Aesthetic Care

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 37:56


Dr. Steve Cohen, an internationally recognized plastic surgeon and the co-author of Regenerative Facial Surgery, joins Dr. Bass to look into the future of regenerative medicine within aesthetics.  Regenerative medicine focuses on enabling tissue regeneration in the body and restoration of normal function in cells, organs, or tissues to help the body regenerate or restore itself when there's an aging change or a disease.  Regenerative therapies not only  provide an aesthetic improvement in appearance, but actually alter the physiology of aging, slowing the process.  Though the aesthetic industry has already come a long way, we are just starting to see the impact of regenerative medicine in all fields of medicine. Hear about the research, past, current and future, related to regenerative medicine and find out what's out there to help now. About Steve Cohen, MD Dr. Steve Cohen is a San Diego-based and internationally recognized plastic surgeon, inventor, author, artist, and founder of FACES+. He currently specializes in cosmetic and craniofacial surgery. Links Learn more about Dr. Cohen's practice, FACES+   Read more about Dr. Steve Cohen About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

The Startup Operator
Roundup #95 : India Overtakes China, Despite Layoffs Start-ups Created 230K Jobs & more!

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 22:29


Welcome to #95th episode of The Startup Operator Roundup. The Roundup is our weekly views on the news from the Indian Startup Ecosystem. ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Park Avenue Power Point Tweet: https://twitter.com/yamini_bhat/status/1603611451985625089 ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup ------------------------------------- Topics:00:00 Opening comments04:41 India overtakes China in late-stage funding06:13 Despite layoffs, Indian start-ups created 230,000 jobs08:20 BYJU's CEO summoned by child rights body 14:27 Park Avenue Wrinkle free shirts14:51 Razorpay pauses onboarding new merchants 17:04 Meesho pulls plug on work from anywhere policy18:37 Other Fundraises19:19 Park Avenue Power Points If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

The Startup Operator
EP 197 : Funding the Most Loved Consumer Startups - Anurakt Jain (Co-Founder & CEO, Klub)

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 56:04


Anurakt is the Co-founder of Klub, a revenue based financing startup that provides skin-in-the-game financing for loved brands. Prior to starting Klub he was an intrapreneur at InMobi and created two global businesses, Glance and TruFactor, as core growth areas for the group. He was also a venture capitalist, investment banker, and current angel investor helping start-ups scale. In this episode he spoke about the nuances of revenue based financing, how to manage a lending business, how to operate during a down turn and more. ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Click here to get regular WhatsApp updates: https://wa.me/message/ZUZQQGKCZTADL1 ------------------------------------- Connect with Anurakt :Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anuraktjain/Twitter: https://twitter.com/anuraktjain ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup ​​------------------------------------- Topics:00:00 Sneak Peak01:07 Introduction02:23 Anurakt's perspective as an investor and a founder08:12 How an Operator mindset helps with being a founder12:56 Why did Anurakt pick revenue based financing19:52 Nuances of revenue based financing24:38 Advice for other founders on starting up30:11 Park Avenue Wrinkle free shirts30:35 Reasons for picking consumer v/s enterprise businesses33:57 Building a moat as a lender36:33 Customer acquisition channels38:12 Nuances of managing a lending business 41:15 Dealing with regulations46:29 Executing in a downturn52:15 Books and Podcast recommendations54:35 Park Avenue Power points If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 176 Part 2: How Linda Orlick Helped Put the Jewelry Industry on the Map

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 19:27


What you'll learn in this episode: How the jewelry industry has changed over the last 50 years How the Women's Jewelry Association helped women jewelry professionals get the recognition they deserved What it was like to work with Elizabeth Taylor and Hilary Clinton to design iconic jewels for them Linda's advice for young jewelry designers About Linda Orlick Linda Orlick is a longtime public relations expert in the jewelry industry as well as an accomplished business executive with experience branding high-end products, people and companies. She is co-founder of the influential Women's Jewelry Association, a volunteer organization founded in 1984 that began with 10 women in an apartment in Manhattan and blossomed to become a formidable entity and powerful voice for women in the jewelry industry worldwide. Linda served as its President for a four- year term. Additional Resources: Instagram LinkedIn Photos available on ThejewelryJourney.com Transcript: Linda Orlick entered the jewelry industry when gold was $35 an ounce and jewelry designers were unknowns who worked behind the scenes. Due in no small part to Linda's passion for the industry and her work to brand and promote emerging designers, retailers and shows, jewelry is now a respected part of the American fashion scene. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about the history of the Women's Jewelry Association; why it's so hard for people to leave the jewelry industry once they enter it; and how she helped facilitate the design of the 4.25 carat canary yellow diamond ring Hilary Clinton wore to the 1993 inauguration. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please head to TheJewelryJourney.com. My guest is Linda Orlick. Linda has spent her whole career in jewelry. She has been very successful as a retailer and a consultant to retailers. She's one of the cofounders of the Women's Jewelry Association, and she helped build it into a powerhouse. Welcome back. Linda: I think I was also instrumental in launching the American Jewelry Design Council. That was founded by Jose Hess and Jean Francois Albert, with a lot of wonderful designers. As a matter of fact, I'll tell you a story. We used to meet once a year and have a retreat. I must include Michael Van Danzer. as one of the outstanding designers. One year, we had an appointment to meet at De Beers in London to talk about jewelry design and diamonds. There were 30 of us. I have to mention Susan Helmich, Susan Fabric as well. They were also women that were very much a part of the American Jewelry Design Council. Those were the women that stood out. That morning, one of my good friends called me and said, “You can't go to London,” and I said, “Why?” They said, “Princess Diana just died.” Well, too late, we were all on our way to London. We arrived in London and were walking to Kensington Palace, not knowing if we were going to have our meeting De Beers. Everything was up in the air. It was the most sorrowful experience that we all shared together. My group did meet at De Beers. It was a very short meeting. Chairs were abundant, but there was just no stopping them. Although we had time enough to meet, there was also the trip home at Heathrow Airport, when the funeral procession was going on. Every person in that airport was hysterically crying and cried all the way home. It was such a personal tragedy for so many of us, but we carried on as best we could. Another retreat we went to was in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We went there in September, when the aspen trees were golden in their bloom. These retreats really gave the designers a chance to talk about how they were going to continue their designs and how they were going to keep building, how they were going to invite new designers to come in, and how they were going to expand the world of jewelry design. One of the things they did was pick a theme, whether it be a wheel or a teardrop, and every designer that was part of the American Jewelry Design Council would a create piece with this theme. Then one of us had the idea to display them in different museum settings as an exhibit. It was also at the JA Show and eventually the JCK Show. Now, I had been on the board of Kent State University School of Design for 18 years. When I first joined the board, I fell in love with the school, and Henry and I were invited to be guest speakers. It was then called the Shannon Rogers and Jerry Silverman School of Design. We were invited to their fashionomics course that happened every Friday. So, we would get on a plane from New York to Cleveland, which is an hour flight, and spend the day at the school speaking to the students, answering questions, having a lovely dinner, and then getting on a flight that night and going back to New York. I continued that for 18 years. Every Friday in the fall semester, I would bring different designers or an editor from Vogue Magazine or another magazine and then come back the same day. I loved it. One day, the amazing president—her name was Elizabeth Rhodes—said to me, “We'd like to rebrand the school. Jerry Silverman is such a big name. How can we do that?” I said, “I have an idea. Come to my office in New York, and let's have a branding session. Let's talk about a strategy to rename the school, since it's more about design.” My dear colleague Michael Carter sat with the deans and the professors. Every one of the teaching professionals of Kent State was in a New York conference room, and we renamed the Kent State School of Design. It was that simple, and it's been that way ever since. For many years after that, I continued to travel to the school, bringing other guest speakers to their fashionomics course. It was very rewarding. I also helped them develop a New York program, where students worked in a studio in New York in the garment district. They housed students, and they had students come to FIT or be assigned to different designers, like Donna Karan or Diane von Furstenberg, to work with them so they could increase their skills as designers. That was an exceptional time to see the emergence of this wonderful talent come to life. Sharon: Wow! It sounds like you have quite a history. What is your connection to jewelry today? Do you have a connection? Linda: I will always have a connection. When I went to school and studied to be a medical technician, I worked for an amazing doctor on Park Avenue and 78th Street until I was almost nine months pregnant. I had the privilege of having patients like Neil Simon, Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft. I once gave flu shots to all the cast of a Broadway show. I never in a million years thought I would be in the jewelry industry. My uncle, my mom's brother, had a company called Raquel and Landy. He was one of the first jewelry manufacturing companies to make high jewelry in platinum and diamonds. He said to me, “Your great uncle was the founder of the first jewelry boutique on the Bowery of New York. He used to make jewelry for the Duchess of Windsor.” I said, “Hm. Jewelry, my great uncle, my uncle, my cousins.” It was meant to be for me. Most people who go into the jewelry industry, especially in the beginning, if you ask them, “Did you study to be in the industry?” they would say, “It just happened. I happened to fall into it.” Once you fall into it, you love it. I can call anybody I met back in the 70s as if I was with them yesterday. The jewelry industry has a special bond. Once they love you, once you give them your integrity and your honesty, you have friends for life. I worked with the well-known Mark Hanna, who is now with Warren Buffet's company. In the very beginning, he and I worked for a company and developed jewelry. We have maintained our friendship throughout the years. There isn't a person I've met that I'm not still in touch with. When I moved to Florida in August of 2019, purely by accident, we were about to have a hurricane, which never happened. My best friend said to me, “Come on, we're going to the mall. I'm going to show you what it's all about.” This is the first time I ever lived outside of New York City. We walked into the mall and into Neiman Marcus. Keep in mind that Henry Dunay was the most important jewelry designer at Neiman Marcus for probably close to 50 years, and along with him I used to make personal appearances. I used to help them with many of their promotional campaigns. I helped them with their events. In fact, there were times when they hired me to create in-store promotions for them or tie-ins with other designers. We used to have in-store events and try to bring the store together, which I was very involved with. I can't remember what I was thinking about. Sharon: Neiman Marcus. Linda: We walked into Neiman's, and I walked straight into the fine jewelry department. Neal Acartio, who was one of the managers in another store was there, and he looked at me and said, “What are you doing here?” I said, “Well, I just moved to Florida. There's no hurricane, so my girlfriend took me shopping.” He said, “You know, there's a position open as a sales associate.” I said, “But I never did retail,” and he said, “It doesn't matter. They're interviewing tomorrow.” I got the job. I was working the next week just like that. I had so much fun. It wasn't easy being on your feet for eight hours, but I met childhood friends. I immediately made strong relationships with beautiful clients that had me shopping for them. I absolutely loved it, and I probably would still be there, but on March 17, 2020, everything closed down, the store, the mall, the country. The pandemic was here. Everything closed. There was no place to go. I stayed in the house for 18 months. Neiman's started to hire very slowly afterwards, but it took a very long time. I can happily say I'm still very involved in the industry. I most recently volunteered to work with my friends and colleagues at the Women's Jewelry Association, which is coming up on our 40th anniversary, which I can't believe. The Women's Jewelry Association is going to be 40 years old next year, so I'm going to be actively involved and will attend the 40th anniversary of the Women's Jewelry Association. Through my Facebook connections, through my social media connections, I would say I am as involved in the industry as I could be. Living here in Florida, I have a deep love for it, a deep respect for the way it's grown. I watched these designers, who tried to lead with all the different and beautiful works they put out, getting better and better each year. To any young designer coming in, do it. Embrace it with both hands. One of the schools that stands out is FIT. Their jewelry department has expanded dramatically. I used to guest lecture. We started the Women in the Know Conferences at FIT through the Women's Jewelry Association. That's something that happens every year. The other design schools out there are very good, like Parsons. USC has a very important program. Kent State, when we went back, expanded their jewelry department. It was very impressive. It's exciting to have seen it from the 1970s. It's now close to 2023. I have another story I'd love to tell you about. My dear colleague at the Diamond Information Council called me one day and said, “Linda, Elizabeth Taylor needs a mask to wear for an event in honor of AIDS, to raise funds for AIDS research.” I said, “O.K., let me think about this for a second.” I went to Henry and said, “Henry, Elizabeth Taylor needs a mask.” When you say that to somebody with a wealth of designer possibilities like Henry Dunay, you can't image what's coming next. You'll see by the picture of Elizabeth holding the mask that he didn't just create a little pin and mask. It was a life-size mask with 936 diamonds supplied by dear friends at William Goldberg Diamonds and platinum from the Platinum Guild. The Gold Council donated the gold. This extraordinary mask, which was valued at over $1 million, was supposed to be carried by Elizabeth the day of the event. She wanted to auction it off at Christie's. The night before, she got the flu, so she couldn't attend the event. A model was the one who wound up carrying it, but Elizabeth's connection with the mask was strong. We had beautiful photography that shows her with the mask. Henry designed mini mask pins for her and several of the guests, like Anna Wintour, so they would always have a keepsake from that evening. The mask went all over the world. It went to Wichita, Kansas, to raise funds for pediatric AIDS. In about two hours, it raised over $88,000 for AIDS. It was absolutely breathtaking, as you will see in the pictures. Sadly, the mask was pulled apart because the diamonds had to given back. Though Henry's intention was to replace it with other diamonds, I don't think it ever happened. Everybody used to say, “Oh, Elizabeth Taylor, she's such a diva. You're going to have such a hard time working with her.” I couldn't tell you how absolutely wonderful and genuine she was. The few times we met her, when we presented the mask to her and at another event, where Henry designed a special necklace for her, she was as loving and generous and warm and friendly as anyone could imagine. Her dedication to raising awareness for AIDS was like none other. I will never forget those moments I had with her. It was very exciting. Sharon: It must have been. Linda, thank you for sharing all the history and different perspectives you have. You've seen a lot, and you'll see a lot more, I'm sure. Thank you so much for being here today. Linda: Thank you so much. It's been a wonderful journey to share with you. Sharon: We will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.

The Startup Operator
Roundup #94 : Gold Coin ATMs, AWS's Space Push, New Twitter Blue Prices & more!

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 34:18


Welcome to #94th episode of The Startup Operator Roundup. The Roundup is our weekly views on the news from the Indian Startup Ecosystem. ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Startup Operator podcast with Eshwar Vikas : https://youtu.be/f7N0mectDkw ------------------------------------- NaaN Curry podcast with Eshwar Vikas : https://omny.fm/shows/naan-curry-with-sadaf-and-archit/can-robots-cook-indian-food-with-eshwar-vikas ------------------------------------- Park Avenue Power Point Tweet: https://twitter.com/samidhas/status/1600034519570173957 ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup ------------------------------------- Topics:00:00 Opening comments05:53 India gets world's first gold ATM07:49 Blume Ventures closes Fund IV 12:12 LegalPay launches fund to invest in legal tech startups13:45 AWS to invest in Indian Space start ups15:38 Paytm considering share buyback18:47 Park Avenue Wrinkle Free Shirts19:12 RBI rolls out new feature for UPI: Multi debit21:34 BharatPe seeks Rs 88 crore in damages from Ashneer Grover27:10 Twitter Blue new prices announced29:03 Other News30:45 Park Avenue Power Points If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

The Categorically Romance Podcast
Episode 184 - ”Pets of Park Avenue: Author Stefanie London is Back!!”

The Categorically Romance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 21:51


We are so excited to welcome back Author Stefanie London to the podcast! In today' episode we chat Pets of Park Avenue, the newest book in her Paws in the City series!!! You can find Author Stefanie London's website here. Find out more about Pets of Park Avenue, book two in Stefanie's Paws in the City series here. Get your copy of Pets of Park Avenue from Harlequin's website here. Get your copy of Pets of Park Avenue from Barnes and Noble's website here.   Patreon page is linked here ♡♡If you enjoyed today's episode and listen via Apple Podcast, please consider rating and leaving the podcast a review. This is the easiest way to support us and will help other Category Romance readers find us ♡ For a list of all the places where you can find the podcast along with where you can find us on social media, click here for our linktree! Our Email is thecategoricallyromancepod@gmail.com ♡ This podcast is engineered by Sincere Alexander and contains music from Lukrembo

The Startup Operator
EP 196 : How a 19 year old built India's Best Digital Agency - Pratik Gupta (Founding Partner, Zoo Media)

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 50:45


Pratik Gupta is the Founding partner at Zoo media. At Zoo media, they have built, partnered and acquired some of the most distinct agencies; with differentiated purpose and hyper-specialized skills ; all with a unified purpose. Pratik started building Foxy Moron when he was 19 and has built it into India's largest digital agency network. In this episode he spoke about what mistake the conventional agencies made, how to attract and retain the best talent and the principles of starting an agency.  ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- Click here to get regular WhatsApp updates:https://wa.me/message/ZUZQQGKCZTADL1 ------------------------------------- Connect with Pratik :Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/guptapratik/Twitter: https://twitter.com/pratikgupta ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup​​ ------------------------------------- Topics:00:00 Sneak Peak01:12 Introduction02:23 What is the secret to Foxymoron's longevity?04:57 How did the Idea for Zoo Media evolve?09:41 Building a moat in the Agency business13:13 Choosing clients and doing work that inspires you16:31 Scaling Creativity19:34 Attracting and Retaining the best talent24:01 Park Avenue wrinkle free shirts24:25 The Innovators dilemma; build current v/s start new28:58 Aligning different business entities to a common goal31:38 What did conventional advertisers do wrong 34:22 Evolution of Advertising over the past decade37:58 Expanding to international markets41:55 Zoo Media partnerships45:24 Principles of starting an agency47:15 Books and Podcast recommendations49:13 Park Avenue Power Points If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Telling Tales About Plastic Surgery Telltales: How to Avoid the Done Look

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 27:00


The goal of plastic surgery is to create balance and proportion as it creates a natural look, not an extreme one. Most people considering plastic surgery aren't interested in looking overdone. Some people are willing to accept that they are going to be walking around with telltales that they've had plastic surgery, but most only want a few close friends or family members to know. They want a plastic surgeon who will keep them looking natural while touching up their appearance. Because it's very hard to undo some of the surgical telltales,  preventing and avoiding these problems is always the best approach. Dr. Bass' delivers expert advice for how to avoid the "done" look and an overview of plastic surgery techniques meant to highlight natural beauty and simply combat aging, rather than making patients look like completely different people. About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

The Startup Operator
Roundup #93 : Paperless airport entry, Agnikul's Private Launchpad & more!

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 25:57


Welcome to #93rd episode of The Startup Operator Roundup. Today we have Roshan Cariappa and Gunjan Saha discussing -  ------------------------------------- This episode is brought to you by Park Avenue, shop for their wrinkle free shirts here: https://www.myraymond.com/ ------------------------------------- EP 81 : Early-Stage Investing | Prayank Swaroop, Parter - Accel | The Startup Operator : https://youtu.be/MsWPDaVAwVA ------------------------------------- Mission ISRO with Harsha Bhogle : https://open.spotify.com/show/2JXFCMLGVhTBtdz1WYxd4H?si=bd6c3fd001e345ac ------------------------------------- Joe Rogan | How Studying Dolphins Led to the Creation of the Isolation Tank : https://youtu.be/JLKvKmJbY54 ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/startup-operator​Twitter: https://twitter.com/OperatorStartup ------------------------------------- Topics:00:00 Opening comments04:08 DigiYatra Launched by Aviation minister07:17 Agnikul Cosmos Establishes First Private Launch Pad10:38 Neuralink is about ‘six months' away from first human trial13:35 Park Avenue wrinkle free shirts13:59 BlockFi files for bankruptcy17:02 Urban Company and PhonePe ESOPs19:35 Accel India announces second Atoms cohort21:07 Other headlines If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The Intimate City: Walking New York by Michael Kimmelman

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 39:05


The Intimate City: Walking New York by Michael Kimmelman As New York came to a halt with COVID, Michael Kimmelman composed an email to a group of architects, historians, writers, and friends, inviting them to take a walk. Wherever they liked, he wrote—preferably someplace meaningful to them, someplace that illuminated the city and what they loved about it. At first, the goal was distraction. At a scary moment when everything seemed uncertain, walking around New York served as a reminder of all the ways the city was still a rock, joy, and inspiration. What began with a lighthearted trip to explore Broadway's shuttered theater district and a stroll along Museum Mile when the museums were closed soon took on a much larger meaning and ambition. These intimate, funny, richly detailed conversations between Kimmelman and his companions became anchors for millions of Times readers during the pandemic. The walks unpacked the essence of urban life and its social fabric—the history, plans, laws, feats of structural engineering, architectural highlights, and everyday realities that make up a place Kimmelman calls “humanity's greatest achievement.” Filled with stunning photographs documenting the city during the era of COVID, The Intimate City is the ultimate insider's guide. The book includes new walks through LGBTQ Greenwich Village, through Forest Hills, Queens, and Mott Haven, in the Bronx. All the walks can be walked, or just be read for pleasure, by know-it-all New Yorkers or anyone else. They take readers back to an age when Times Square was still a beaver pond and Yankee Stadium a salt marsh; across the Brooklyn Bridge, for green tea ice cream in Chinatown, for momos and samosas in Jackson Heights, to explore historic Black churches in Harlem and midcentury Mad Men skyscrapers on Park Avenue. A kaleidoscopic portrait of an enduring metropolis, The Intimate City reveals why New York, despite COVID and a long history of other calamities, continues to inspire and to mean so much to those who call it home and to countless others.

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.315 Richard Diamond Private Detective: The Man Who Hated Women

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:38


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.The Man Who Hated Women:  A serial killer is on the loose, slashing women and threatening Lt. Levinson's job! Originally aired July 16th,1949.2 Minute DevotionalThe “2-Minute Devotional,” an OLV podcast, is perfect for today's busier-than-ever...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Operating in Reverse: How the Unwanted Plastic Surgery Result Can Be Reversed

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 21:03


If you have had a cosmetic procedure and wish it could be undone, or if you are considering a cosmetic procedure but afraid you'll regret it, there are options for going back. There are options available if you don't love the outcome after most procedures.  Implants and fillers can be changed, and it is possible to rework other cosmetic procedures. Brazilian butt lifts and other fat grafting shaping procedures can be treated with liposuction like techniques to go in reverse.  Trends in appearance are okay for fashion and makeup, but not ideal for aesthetic treatments, especially plastic surgery.  Thinking through your procedure decisions and planning properly is the key to good outcomes. Carefully plan and think through your wishes and desires before getting a cosmetic procedure with tools like visual imaging and computer simulation to understand the results you might see. It's always better to avoid an unwanted result than have to undo it, but there are ways to rework procedures, if not necessarily reverse. And be kind to your body tissues – perfect is the enemy of good. About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

Podfix Presents
Richard Diamond - Diamond In The Rough

Podfix Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 30:18


The PodFix Archives: SHOW: Richard Diamond, Private Detective Episode: Richard Diamond - Diamond In The Rough ORIGINAL AIR DATE: January 1 1949 DESCRIPTION: In 1945, Dick Powell portrayed Phillip Marlowe in the movie "Murder My Sweet" based on Raymond Chandler's novel "Farewell My Lovely". This was a radical departure in character for Mr. Powell from a Hollywood song and dance man to a hard-boiled detective. On June 11,1945, Lux Radio Theatre brought "Murder My Sweet" to radio, again with Dick Powell in the lead. These two performances prompted his selection for the part of Richard Rogue, in Rogue's Gallery after his role for Lux Radio Theatre and Richard Diamond came four years later. Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart. Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama. Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends. The plot theme remained fairly constant throughout the entire run of the show, Diamond getting beat up and solving a tough murder case with the support of the police department. Remarkably, for all the gun fights, Diamond never got shot. And for all his bravado, he had a serious case of vertigo. Helen Asher was portrayed by Virginia Gregg, who also played the part of Brooksie on Let George Do It and Betty Lewis on Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. Blake Edwards wrote the early shows and also directed a few. Music was composed by David Baskerville and later by Frank Wirth. In January of 1951, the series moved to ABC under the full sponsorship of Camel cigarettes. Then in May of 1953, the series moved to CBS but all shows were repeats from the 1950-51 Rexall sponsored season on NBC. Richard Diamond was one of the radio shows which successfully moved to television with David Janssen, later of The Fugitive fame, in the title role of Richard Diamond. The opening scene of the television show often featured the long lovely legs of Mary Tyler Moore, who went on to fame in The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Mary was replaced on the Richard Diamond show when it became known that she owned the mystery legs. From the Old Time Radio Researchers Group. The PodFix Network: Twitter: @podfix IG: @official_podfix

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Why Do I Look So Bad On Video Conferencing?

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:55


Since the pandemic started, people have become hyper-aware of their appearance while being overexposed to what they look like on videoconferencing. A tsunami of visits to the plastic surgeon has resulted, with patients asking to change more things about themselves than ever before.  "Zoom Dysmorphia" gives us an unrealistic body image. Sure, stress and taking breaks from aesthetic treatments during the pandemic played a part, but there are other reasons people look especially bad on videoconferencing.  Clinical and aesthetic photography expert Doug Canfield joins Dr. Bass to explain the reasons for this phenomenon and give us ways to look better on videoconferencing right now without seeing a surgeon.  About Doug Canfield Doug Canfield is the president of New Jersey based company Canfield Scientific, which provides imaging systems, services, and products for the healthcare industry, with an emphasis on aesthetics and dermatology. Links Learn more about Canfield Scientific About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

NOTA BENE: This Week in the Art World
Auction Previews with Lock Kresler

NOTA BENE: This Week in the Art World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 71:22


We are back with our auction ringer Lock Kresler to dissect all the stories behind the top lots coming up on the block this week in New York. We preview the sales on Park Avenue, York Avenue and in Rockefeller Center and let you know what to look for as over a billion dollars of art gets sold by the three main houses this week (not including the 1.5 billion sale of Paul Allen's collection last week). Whether you are bidding for yourself on the phone, on behalf of clients in the saleroom or just following along via the livestream at home you won't want to request a condition report until you've listened to this special broadcast. All that and more on the ONLY ART PODCAST! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/benjamin-godsill/support

Beauty and the Biz
Park Avenue Prestige — with Thomas P. Sterry, MD (Ep.178)

Beauty and the Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 38:10


Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and Park Avenue prestige. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Park Avenue Prestige — with Thomas P. Sterry, MD." We all heard its location, location, location, but is that enough to grow a successful practice?  That's what Dr. Thomas Sterry, a board-certified plastic surgeon with 20+ years of experience in private practice in Manhattan, NY asked himself when he had to decide if he would rather have a large, 2-floor office near Mt. Sinai or ½ that space on Park Avenue in Manhattan? My guess was there is so much prestige with being on Park Avenue that can attract patients from all over the world, since the address alone gives him status. That's what Dr. Sterry thought that as well, so he set up shop on Park Avenue years ago, at his wife's request to live and work in the City.  While he enjoyed some out-of-town patients, he found most of his patients were locals coming in from Brooklyn, Queens, CT, New Jersey, Long Island and Staten Island. This week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast is an interview I did with Dr. Sterry where we talked about the moment he quit insurance and went to cosmetic medicine, his advice for residents soon graduating, as well as his love for vintage cars. There is no right answer to where you should set up shop, but there is the right answer for YOU so choose carefully. Visit Dr Sterry's Website  

Real Estate Investing – Live from New York
Building The Unbuildable with Rob Lapidus

Real Estate Investing – Live from New York

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 63:14


We have a great show today. I will have the pleasure of interviewing Rob Lapidus, President, CIO, and Co-Founder, of L&L Holding Company. I have gotten to know Rob over the years as we sit on the board of SparkYouth together. He has an incredible story having started as an attorney, moving in house for a real estate developer, and then starting L&L with David Levinson in 2000 and ultimately growing it to a 400 person company with an 8 million square foot portfolio. Prior to founding the Company, Rob was President of Westminster Capital Associates where he placed over $300 million of mortgage financing on multi-family, commercial and retail properties in New York and New Jersey . Before that, Rob was with Bellemead Development Corporation, a subsidiary of the Chubb Corporation, where he learned the business handling leasing, management, syndication and financing of a 12 million square foot portfolio of office space. Rob  graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wharton and received a degree from Cardozo Law School. In this discussion, Rob talks about the importance of value and trust by playing the long game. This means sharing core values with your partners. He also talks about challenging your self by surrounding yourself by like minded individuals. This lead to Rob jumping to become a principal at a very early stage in his career. He goes on to talk about managing risk and taking on the right projects. He shares about “Building the Unbuildable” with their latest development TSX Broadway where they raised the historic Palace theater 30 feet in the air as part of a 47-story hotel tower. He also speaks about what went into building what he believes is the best office building in the world at 425 Park Avenue. I know you will get a lot out of the episode! To learn more about L&L's projects, please visit: https://www.ll-holding.com.

Getting Through This with Tom and Scott

As he walked down tony Park Avenue the other day, a doorman from a high end building said to Scott, “How are you, Sir” Did this greeting mean that the word has gotten out about Scott being The Great Pedestrian? Tom revisits his proposal for a gigantic statue honoring pedestrians that would span the East River. And we also bring back our plan for a Pedestrian Sidewalk that spans the country from New York to California. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tom-saunders9/support

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.294 Richard Diamond Private Detective: The Bloody Hat Case

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 32:10 Very Popular


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.The Bloody Hat Case: Bert Kalmus is framed for murder in an early version of a classic scam. Originally aired July 2nd,1949.Oddity Poddity: A Paranormal PodcastTerrifying tales of the supernatural! Love a good haunt? A spine-tingling urban legend?...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Acquired Tastings
Halloween Cocktails

Acquired Tastings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 67:10


Dad brings the Haunted Graveyard Cocktail using Kings Distillery's Chocolate whiskey. Josh brings his original Misfits S'more using the Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey.  Dad brings a few Halloween snacks.  He brings, Severed Toes in Bandages, Cheese-Stuffed Mummy peppers, Pigs in a blanket (that lost their ears in the oven) and Reese's Cups.  Josh uses coffee cups with faces made by Dad's brother at the Hot Springy Dingy located at 409 Park Avenue, Hot Springs, AR.  Josh and Dad have a great time snacking and sipping on their delicious cocktails.  Dad and Josh tell some Arkansas Ghost Stories. Dad throws in one from New Zealand. 

Bloomberg Businessweek
Big Tech Takes Center Stage

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 33:00 Very Popular


Bloomberg News Seattle Bureau Chief Dina Bass breaks down Microsoft's plunge as a result of lackluster Azure sales. Bloomberg Wealth Team Reporter Amanda Gordon explains why a Park Avenue revamp is NYC's secret weapon to keep finance elite. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Technology Managing Editor Mark Milian provide the details of the Businessweek story California's Tech Millionaires Split on Tax Plan to Fund EVs. Bloomberg News Equities Reporter Ryan Vlastelica discusses Alphabet and Microsoft sparking a $380 billion megacap rout. And we Drive to the Close with David Kudla, CEO of Mainstay Capital. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Over Filler or Just Over Filled?

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 15:46


Rumors are spreading that patients are “over it” when it comes to injectable fillers, but Dr. Bass says that's far from the truth. The core strategy of facial rejuvenation treatments at most stages of aging includes a program of injectable filler treatments.    Filler is being used in more areas and more creative ways than ever before to combat the general facial volume loss that accompanies aging.  Also, these products are great for features in which there is no better option, like lips that have lost volume or the tear trough at the lid/cheek junction.  If you're considering fillers, it's important to know where and when filler is applicable, and how much is too much. The goal is to add back the youthful volume you previously had, and should never be overdone in an attempt to avoid another treatment that may be more beneficial.  Links Learn more about injectable fillers on the Bass Plastic Surgery website About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Exploring the First Year of Our Podcast

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 16:10


As we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of this podcast, Dr. Bass presents a lighthearted retrospective of all that has been covered so far and what's in store for the future.  Find out which episodes were Dr. Bass' favorites, which were listener favorites, and why he hopes the podcast reaches people interested in hearing the reality rather than fantasy or hype.  Co-host Doreen Wu shares her perspective and role in making the podcast what it is today. Thank you to our loyal listeners and the people behind the scenes who have made this happen! About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
A smash and grab robbery at a Park Avenue jewelry store, a possible carbon monoxide leak forces an evacuation at a edlery highrise complex in Newark, and Starbucks workers strike over working conditions at the Williamsburg Reserve location.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 4:46


The Collection with Brad Gilmore

Andi Matichak is an American actress. She first appeared in television series such as 666 Park Avenue, Orange Is the New Black and Blue Bloods, before making her film debut as Allyson Nelson in the horror film Halloween and its sequels.

Dr. Simone's Mind Space
Travelling pregnant

Dr. Simone's Mind Space

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 8:13


Just arrived in my city! New York, after a long long flight with multiple delays and crazy lines everywhere! Wow, what a journey to get here! Luckily I made it!! Arriving at my new hotel at Park Avenue, very first thing to do, run to my favorite Vietnamese restaurant in town! Everyone knows me, super sweet and friendly staff! I love the vibe! Such good energy and lots of NYU students around. Memories back to when my fantastic friend introduced me to this place. When we both studied in NYC. To me, the ultimate way to start my time back home in NYC. Pregnant me, going on a run, then this fantastic dinner and lots of Tirggel from Zurich as snack at the hotel before sleeping. Running is the most effective antidote to Jetlag. It makes you immediately boost away the Jetlag and awake in the time zone you arrived at. I recommend it to everyone, even if it's just a short run. It will make the difference! So what's it to travel carrying a 8 months pregnant baby? It's what you make out of your pregnancy, of course, considering your pregnancy is smooth and you're healthy. We all are different and so are our pregnancies very individual. Preparing well for your travel is crucial. If you can, fly business class to get the extra comfort and a seat you can convert into a bed. This reduces risk for complications, thrombosis, swollen legs, and a bloated belly. Bring compression socks an absolute must on any long hall flight, face mist, sleeping mask, noise cancelling earphones, medication against bloated belly, headaches, and very very important as pregnant woman a tone of snacks!! I was never as grateful for my snacks, as on my last flight to NYC!! Even in business you don't get enough food and snacks to meet a pregnant woman's nutrition needs. Next to these essentials, I want to emphasise how it's each woman's individual choice; how and how far she wants to travel. Yet, I want the remove the myth around being unable to do many physical activities, including travelling long hall flight. Apparently, so many things wouldn't be possible to do, as a pregnant woman. I was so concerned, I'd feel the same. Little had a known, even envisioned that I'm able to run as usual around Central Park week 31 pregnant :)) I'm running almost as usually, just slower, but daily and practice yoga daily, as well as swimming in the lake. It's absolutely fabulous and helps me through the physical changes and challenges! Pregnancy isn't easy and worries omni present. Practicing yoga and running away the anxiety are incredibly helpful. Worrying in pregnancy is normal, due to sky high oestrogen levels and all the responsibilities, as mother to be. I feel it myself, constantly telling myself not to be the typical ivf worrying mother to be, but after all the failed cycles, I can hardly believe in a positive outcome. The regular ultrasound visits are super helpful, seeing the heart beating is very reassuring. What makes my pregnancy primarily so positive is; my attitude to keep exercising and living my life as before. No major changes in any of my habits, no weight gain I was very concerned about, no unnecessary stress. I do the outmost to keep going and constantly listen to my body. Being attuned with your body and mind is crucial. This relates to listening to what foods your body is asking for, what exercise, downtime it needs, how the baby responds to external stimuli, and take breaks when you feel like them. Easier said then done, but so essential for a positive trajectory of the pregnancy and postpartum period. Do it your way, that's the way you're most comfortable and genuine in relation to your fetus newborn. @drschwank  @unesurcent  @optimalperformancezurich

Spoken Label
Annie O'Neill Stein (Spoken Label, October 2022)

Spoken Label

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 36:51


Today's Spoken Label Podcast (Author / Artist / Spoken Word Podcast) features extracts from the debut novel by the late Annie O'Neill Stein. I was contacted to feature Annie for October's 2022 Spoken Label back at the end of August 2022 regarding her debut novel 'Exit Wounds'. Sadly, Annie sadly passed away before I was able to speak to her and so instead as a tribute to this talented writer are several extracts off her novel by Susan Blakely in tribute to Annie. Exit Wounds is the story off Laura "Born to shanty Irish on one side and Park Avenue privilege on the other, Laura navigates a turbulent childhood filled with the alcohol-fueled abuse of her volatile father and her mother's excessive drinking. As the middle child of three girls, she assigns herself the role of her mother's protector, who dies when Laura is thirteen, leaving her heartbroken and adrift. Insecure, anxious, and fearful, she tries drugs, random sex, and a sequence of lovers. Along the way she becomes a successful painter and has a bad first marriage. Nothing however seems to assuage her emptiness and her sense of loss. Eventually, she marries a caring man and has a loving daughter. It is only at the end of her life and by way of an unusual and unexpected turn of events that she is finally able to make peace with herself, to let go of the feeling that she never really grieved, and said goodbye to her beloved mother, and to appreciate that though we work at love and acceptance, sometimes the most wonderful experiences in our lives come in unanticipated and unsought ways. Annie O'Neill Stein has an engaging voice- quirky, funny, full of original observations and expressions, as she adroitly explores the mysteries of the human heart." Native New Yorker Annie O'Neill Stein moved to Los Angeles in the early eighties as an actress. After many small parts in TV series, from Miami Vice to Charlie's Angels, she decided to follow her true passion, writing. Being accepted to Sewanee Writers Conference to study with Alice McDermott planted the seed for Exit Wounds, her first novel. Annie has written for several magazines, More, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Distinction, Folks and was a regular contributor to The Huffington Post for several years." Because I tend to read fiction cinematically, I saw each chapter of Exit Wounds as fully realized scenes in a movie. It isn't a happy book and it's not a sad book. It's a brave, raw story of redemption infused with clever and witty black Irish humor. -- Moritz Borman, Producer Snowden, Terminator Salvation, Basic, Savages It manages to be harrowing and hopeful in equal measure. The scenes of a childhood defined by a brutal drunk beating a young girl's dying mother are as scarifying as any coming of age novel I've read, and the scenes of a life lived in defiance of the script she was handed is no less than thrilling. -- Tom Lutz, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Creative Writing, UC Riverside/Founding Editor in Chief and Publisher of the Los Angeles Review of Books Exit Wounds, Annie O'Neill Stein's debut novel will draw you in, tug at your heart, and help you appreciate the subtle pleasure of black irish humor. She hooks you in with her original voice and takes you on a journey without sugar coating or apology and helps one understand the importance of an examined life. -- Bob Wallace, Former Managing Editor, Rolling Stone Annie O'Neill Stein's novel Exit Wounds is a striking debut. Her writing is sensory, emotionally honest, and darkly comic. Like Laura, her main character, Stein is a rule breaker. She takes the reader on a wild and satisfying ride. -- Jan Cherubin, author of Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2020, The Orphan's Daughter thepermanentpress.com/products/exit-wounds www.annieoneillstein.com

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.280 Richard Diamond Private Detective: The Tom Waxman Bombing Case

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 32:11 Very Popular


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.The Tom Waxman Bombing Case: A union meeting is in full swing. Tom Waxman, a charismatic young speaker has the audience in the palm of his hand, but two men have other plans on who should control the union. Originally aired June 26th,1949.Conversations with Rich BennettI encourage you to eavesdrop on the conversationListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Device Advice: Exploring the Role of Devices in Aesthetic Medicine

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 39:51


Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Christopher Zachary joins Dr. Bass to share the miraculous history behind some of today's most popular treatments and discuss the impact of developments and research in medical aesthetics.  With every new treatment and technology to enter the world of aesthetics, the landscape grows more confusing for patients.  Finding the ideal treatment for every concern starts with the patient understanding what each treatment does best.  Providers need to work out how each device fits into the categories of treatments, pattern of energy delivery and  invasiveness.  Choosing the right treatment for you and your goals isn't something you do alone. With help of a properly trained and experienced aesthetic provider, joint decisions about specific treatments should be made based on the current research and scientific evidence. Whether you are a patient or a provider, if you care about great outcomes and love to know what's next on the horizon for aesthetic technology, the combined “device advice” delivered here is essential listening. About Christopher Zachary, MD Dr. Christopher Zachary is a leading dermatologist specializing in cutaneous cosmetic and laser surgery with over 40 years of rich experience in the dermatology industry. He is currently a professor and chair emeritus of the Department of Dermatology at the University of California, Irvine.  Links Learn more about guest expert dermatologist Dr. Christopher Zachary About Dr. Lawrence Bass Dr. Lawrence Bass is a board certified plastic surgeon offering a full range of plastic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic services, with two New York area locations in Manhattan on Park Avenue between E 62nd and E 63rd and on Long Island in Great Neck. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
OutWithDan EP 10 - Katharine Schellman - Last Call At The Nightingale

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 22:08


On the episode of OutWithDan, host Dan White speaks with Katharine Schellman about her book "Last Call At The Nightingale." This delicious WhoDunIt is set in the roaring 1920s of New York. When Vivian discovers a dead body she doesn't shy away. Quite the opposite, she's intrigued. And we get to go along on the fantastic ride with Vivian through the underbelly of New York to the Park Avenue socialites and everywhere in between. This Murder/Mystery will leave you satisfied and also thirsty for more!

Soar to Success Podcast
David Wood's New Book Mouse in the Room Will Help Individuals Soar to Success

Soar to Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:52


We've all heard of the saying “there's an elephant in the room.” David Wood discovered there's another animal in the room too - something a person is afraid to talk about, or address. In his newly released book, Mouse in the Room, he calls these mice.“An example of a mouse could be, you are late to a meeting, and you are embarrassed. You are wondering if the other people are annoyed with you for being late. You first must learn to lead yourself and ask, what are you actually feeling, what do you want and don't want. That is a leadership move and takes courage to look that deep inside.”In his book, Mouse in the Room, David identified eight different types of mice that could be in the room when you are communicating with another. On our podcast he shared three that are the most common for entrepreneurs to experience, although we all probably face all eight at one time or another. He also explained his 3-D Process to further analyze the impact of that mouse on yourself and the relationship and decide what action to take. He has a free 3-D Process worksheet that can be found at www.mouseintheroom.com. There's a link in the menu at www.mouseintheroom.com to apply for coaching with David. He does a free session first just to see if coaching is actually going to be right for you.About David WoodDavid Wood left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to build the world's largest coaching business. He became #1 on Google for “life coaching,” serving an audience of 150,000 coaches, and coaching thousands of hours across 12 countries.David coaches business owners, executives, and teams, to produce extraordinary results through authentic, transparent communication.He was elected to the exclusive Transformational Leadership Council alongside such thought leaders as Jack Canfield, and Marianne Williamson.

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast
Obesity and Weight Loss with Endocrinologist Rocio Salas-Whalen

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 41:15


In today's episode of the podcast, I interview Dr. Rocio Salas-Whalen, owner of New York Endocrinology on Park Avenue. Dr. Salas-Whalen has deep expertise in diabetes, metabolism, obesity, thyroid abnormalities and other endocrine disorders. She completed her internal medicine residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and her endocrinology fellowship at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Additionally, she was a research fellow at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and is board certified in Obesity Medicine. We will be discussing obesity and weight loss. The definition of obesity has changed significantly in the last few years. In 1942, WHO classified obesity as a chronic disease. In 2013, the American Medical Association accepted it as a chronic metabolic and multifactorial disease. Link to blog here.

Getting Through This with Tom and Scott

Scott is inexplicably not invited to the opening of the UN General Assembly, but he does get to see the blocked off streets and heavy police presence on tony Park Avenue. When a phalanx of law enforcement prevents him from continuing his walk uptown on the avenue, Scott doesn't say, referencing his status as The Great Pedestrian, “Do you know who I am?” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tom-saunders9/support

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
T Minus 10 Years: Mini-Treatments Leading up to the Facelift

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:26


You know you are not ready for a facelift yet but your face is not looking as youthful as you want. There are many non-surgical options and minimally invasive options that are increasingly important to maintaining appearance if a facelift might be in your future in the next decade. If you are  counting down “T-Minus 10 Years” to a facelift or necklift, listen to Dr. Bass review your options to look your best until you are ready to launch a surgical project and to help extend the time until surgery is necessary.   Thirty years ago, the usual age for a facelift was around 50. Today it's 60 or even later thanks to the non-surgical technologies and treatments available including injectables, Ultherapy, radiofrequency microneedling, threadlifts, and myEllevate. Depending on how close you are to needing a face lift, you can take small steps, or do a combination of treatments to optimize appearance and delay surgery.    If you already have significant skin laxity, Dr. Bass cautions that there's no meaningful substitute for facelift and necklift and nothing on the horizon to replace them. In those circumstances, don't waste your time and money on something that isn't surgery because you will only be disappointed.   Links   Learn more about facelifts, fillers, and Ultherapy on the Bass Plastic Surgery website Dr. Lawrence Bass is a board certified plastic surgeon offering a full range of plastic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic services, with two New York area locations in Manhattan on Park Avenue between E 62nd and E 63rd and on Long Island in Great Neck.   To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website at https://www.drbass.net/ or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc https://www.instagram.com/drbassnyc/    Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass.  https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/TpLxzW8/podcast 

Nostalgic Mystery Radio
Ep.268 Richard Diamond Private Detective: The Fred Sears Murder Case

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:14 Very Popular


Richard Diamond, Private Detective came to NBC in 1949. Diamond was a slick, sophisticated detective, with a sharp tongue for folks who needed it. Diamond enjoyed the detective life, but not as much as entertaining his girl, Helen Asher. After each show, he would croon a number to his Park Avenue sweetheart.Mr. Powell, a former song and dance man, was perfect for the role. He added an extra dimension to the 40's hokey private eye drama.Diamond was a rough gumshoe that would often get knocked on the head with a revolver butt or other items. His counterpart on the police force was Lt. Levinson who often accepted Diamond's help reluctantly. Levinson would claim to get stomach trouble whenever Diamond would call him and would take bicarbonate to settle his aching stomach. Although they always seem at odds with each other, Diamond and Levinson were best friends.The Fred Sears Murder Case: A dysfunctional wealthy couple argue over the evening newspaper. She is a socialite who is running around on her husband, and she is worried he might be heading out to kill her lover. Originally aired June 19th,1949.Couture & ConstructionWeekly conversations about luxury building & design. Brought to you by Textures Nashville.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
Timeless Beauty: Why Planning is Crucial to Maintaining the Aging Face

Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 20:28


If you're avoiding the plastic surgeon's office for fear of being sold something you might not need, know that it is much easier and more affordable to prevent your face from aging now than it will be to fix it later. Dr. Bass outlines how planning for the future and a great relationship with the right aesthetic provider will give you much more success throughout the years.   The first step is finding a provider who you enjoy and trust. This person should be a good listener and have a refined approach, informed by excellent training and years of experience. To avoid being shoehorned into a treatment or surgery that isn't right for your age or concern, a wide range of non-surgical and surgical options should be available. Once you find the right provider, the second step is to have a plan for the future that accounts for your age and your skin type. As you might expect, this plan begins with proper skin care with products that protect your skin from UV damage and keep it healthy with the right formulations for your skin type.  Energy-based treatments like laser resurfacing or Ultherapy, Botox, and fillers are the next stage of intervention and with a minimum amount of time, money and intervention can delay the need for face lift surgery by a decade or more.  Where should you start? Dr. Bass suggests you look in the mirror and study photos of yourself to identify what has changed since you were younger and start there by asking for expert advice to chase that down before it becomes a big issue.  Links Read more about facial rejuvenation with Dr. Bass About Dr. Lawrence Bass Dr. Lawrence Bass is a board certified plastic surgeon offering a full range of plastic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic services, with two New York area locations in Manhattan on Park Avenue between E 62nd and E 63rd and on Long Island in Great Neck. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass. 

The Introverted Iconoclast
The David Wood Interview

The Introverted Iconoclast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 49:11


On this episode of The Introverted Iconoclast, I sat down with David Wood. David Wood left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to build the world's largest coaching business. He became #1 on Google for “life coaching,” serving an audience of 150,000 coaches, and coaching thousands of hours across 12 countries. David coaches business owners, executives, teams, and sometimes Colorado prison inmates to produce extraordinary results through authentic, transparent communication. He was elected to the exclusive Transformational Leadership Council alongside such thought leaders as Jack Canfield, Don Miguel Ruiz, and Marianne Williamson.

The Mind Of George Show
The 5% Holding You Back From True Freedom with David Wood

The Mind Of George Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 68:51


I often talk about how the most important relationship is the one with yourself, so this week I'm thrilled to dive deep into the subject of self worth and authenticity with David Wood. Join us for a conversation about why authentic self-expression is so important and how a simple, yet courageous act of noticing and naming out mice can profoundly change your life. David Wood is a  former Consulting Actuary to Fortune 100 companies who  left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to build one of the world's largest coaching business. He became #1 on Google for “life coaching,” serving an audience of 150,000 coaches, and coaching thousands of hours across 12 countries.He currently coaches business owners, executives, teams, and sometimes Colorado prison inmates to produce extraordinary results through authentic, transparent communication He is also the author of his brand new book : Mouse In The Room- Because The Elephant Isn't Alone. Listen in to discover:- How loss teaches you what is worth holding on to- The 5% holding back is the true chest of gold in your life- The 3 areas in life to find mice and a simple exercise to start transforming your relationships- Why most people are living in prison and a  3 -D process to improve every area of your life Grab David's Book On Amazon Only 20 Seats Left For The Lighthouse Business Accelerator - Grab Yours Now! Time Stamps07:27 That 5% you are holding back, that's where all your gold is.- David Wood 09:25 There's so much going on inside our bodies that we don't even know about and that's where our mouse hides. - David Wood 20:27  You don't even know you're in prison. Life is like  the matrix when Neo senses that something's off, but he doesn't know what  and then he discovers that everything is an illusion. Once you have this level of awareness, you can't go backwards- David Wood37:58 Leadership is a proactive choice. It requires action, and one of the easiest ways to create that bridge or have that charisma  and disarm people is to live in your truth.- George Bryant 46:34 I'm excited about anyone who says I'm going to do something uncomfortable today because it's a hero's move and a  move towards truth. David Wood

Monstercat: Call of the Wild
414 - Monstercat Call of the Wild

Monstercat: Call of the Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 60:21


Follow the show: https://www.monstercat.com/COTW Tracklist 00:45 Pegboard Nerds & Kiz Keys - Bad Luck [Gold Feature] 04:22 Karma Fields - Greatness (ft. Talib Kweli) 06:51 Topi - Got To Be 10:12 Rogue - Rattlesnake (Pegboard Nerds Remix) 13:08 Dr. Ushūu - Save Me [Uncaged Spotlight] 16:19 Trivecta & Wooli - Falling 19:34 Pixel Terror & Spag Heddy - Carbonara 22:08 OddKidOut - CINEMA (ft. Marlhy) [Fame & Fortune VIP] [Monstercat Exclusive] 24:42 Into The Ether & Lumynesynth - Dive [Silk Spotlight] 29:27 Curbi & Jess Ball - Lose Our Minds [Instinct Spotlight] 31:45 Shingo Nakamura - Glow (Cosmaks Remix) 36:39 OVSKY - Without You [Monstercat Exclusive] 38:58 smle - Runnin (ft. Nick Smith) [Community Pick] 41:41 Koven & Crystal Skies - You Me And Gravity 45:21 Rich Edwards - For You (ft. Park Avenue) 48:40 ARMNHMR - Falling Apart (ft. RUNN) [Crankdat Remix] [Monstercat Exclusive] 52:30 Crankdat - What It Feels Like (ft. KC)  56:51 BEAUZ & Dallas - Outerspace Thank you for listening to Monstercat: Call of the Wild!

Monstercat: Call of the Wild
412 - Monstercat Call of the Wild

Monstercat: Call of the Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 61:18


Follow the show: https://www.monstercat.com/COTW Tracklist 00:45 Koven - Industrial Strain [Gold Feature] 05:21 Feint & Boyinaband - Time Bomb (ft. Veela) 08:16 Au5 & Fractal - Blue 13:26 Darren Styles - Us Against the World (Protostar Remix) 17:40 TwoThirds - Waking Dreams (ft. Laura Brehm) [Drum and Bass VIP Mix] 20:27 TwoThirds - Waking Dreams (ft. Laura Brehm) [Soulero Remix] 21:42 Fløa & Astroleaf - Anna [Silk Spotlight] 26:27 Papa Khan - Beg For U 29:13 Athena, smle & Isaac App - Moment (Worlds Version) [Uncaged Spotlight] 32:01 INTERCOM - Decoy World (ft. Park Avenue) 34:01 INTERCOM - Decoy World (ft. Park Avenue) VIP 35:52 hayve & imallryt - Drift Away [Monstercat Exclusive] 39:11 Stonebank - Be Alright (ft. EMEL) [Au5 Remix] 43:22 Leah Culver - Give It All [Monstercat Exclusive] 47:00 Rogue - Starlight [Instinct Spotlight] 50:56 Aviella & Conro - Way Back [Monstercat Exclusive] 54:17 Duumu - Illuminate (ft. Slyleaf) [Community Pick] 57:38 Arlow - Happy Now Thank you for listening to Monstercat: Call of the Wild!

The Movie Crypt
Ep 477: Rob Savage

The Movie Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 56:56


PUBLIC VERSION. Filmmaker Rob Savage (HOST, DASHCAM) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen to discuss his career journey. From directing music videos and episodic television that felt more like “gigs” as opposed to his true artistic calling… to finding inspiration in what filmmakers like David F. Sandberg were doing by creating brilliant short films to gain consideration for studio level film work… to how he methodically went about making his phenomenal short film SALT (2017) which ultimately showed the industry that his talent could not be ignored… to how his found-Zoom-footage film HOST (released just 4 months into the global COVID-19 pandemic) proved to be exactly the right movie at exactly the right time… to his decision to immediately follow up HOST with a second found footage horror film (DASHCAM) and his controversial choice in making the movie's protagonist such an extremely polarizing character… to how he managed to make and release both films while simultaneously bringing his next film to life (the adaptation of Stephen King's THE BOOGEYMAN - currently in post-production)… you're gonna need a nap after you hear how hard Rob was working through the pandemic while so many others were binge watching TV shows, learning how to make sourdough bread, and grandstanding on social media!   Dr. Arwen provides “Hollywood Therapy” for a patient looking to manage their stress levels without self-medicating, the group discusses the benefit of embracing resource limitations and using imposed restrictions as a creative advantage, and the boys are reminded that "Park Avenue leads to Skid Row" in this wickedly motivating conversation.

Science of CX
David Wood: Don't Ignore the Mouse or the Elephant in the Room

Science of CX

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 43:44


David is a former consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon.  He left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to explore both the outer world and his own inner world, and has, ever since, built the world's largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for life coaching and coaching thousands of hours in 12 countries around the globe as well as helping others.  Currently, David coaches high-performing business owners to double revenue, and their time off by focusing on less and being 30% more courageous in their business or career. Key Takeaways.  The importance of acknowledging the mouse in the room. How recognizing and naming the mouse can unlock you to be emotionally intelligent, vulnerable, confident, and productive. David's three D's to help you name your mouse, i.e Discover, decide, and disarm.David's personal struggle with anxiety and depression; and how facing his fears helped him overcome and grow from this experience. How being authentic and honest will attract the right kind of customers to work with.  Connect with David LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/focus-ceo/  Website - https://focus.ceo/  Twitter - https://twitter.com/_playforreal