Shocking reports by Sloan Rachmuth show that North Carolina, an ostensibly Red state, has become a hotbed for trans'ing the kids. Liz and Sloan break down how three major NC hospitals—Duke, UNC, and ECU—have written the blueprint on how to embed the transgender ideology into our institutions and target children as young as two-years-old with gender-affirming care. This is The Liz Wheeler Show. -- Download the free Upside app to start saving money on your first tank of gas today. Use promo code LIZ5. -- Get 10% off at 4Patriots when you use the promo code LIZ: https://4Patriots.com. -- Support American manufacturing and elevate your pickleball game with Bird Pickleball Paddles by GRIP6 at https://birdpickleball.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We talk to writer/director/trickster Ty Defoe about directing 'Rent' for the next generation, building community ties, and moving beyond land acknowledgements. Plus: a check-in with Denver reporter John Moore.
In this episode, we sit down with Lorna Brunelle! Lorna has had an incredible career in all things performing arts. After graduating from The Boston Conservatory, she began working for Boston casting, and at the age of 24, opened The Burtwood School of Performing Arts in Middleboro, MA. In its current location, the school building is also the home of The Alley Theatre. Lorna is passionate about teaching and sharing her love for the arts. She has worked as a vocal instructor, acting coach, pageant consultant, producer, and more. She curates and hosts many great events and shows, such as her vendor market series - Sip and Stroll. After being diagnosed with Thyroid cancer at 33, Lorna found that there was limited information and resources for treatment and what to expect with this prognosis. This led her to write her first book - Dirty Bombshell: From Thyroid Cancer Back to Fabulous! Lorna then tells us the story of her Mother's Cancer diagnosis years later, the amazing approach Wanda took to cope with it, and the adventures it led them on. This later became her second book, The Buoy Projects. You can find more information about Lorna, The Burtwood School of Performing arts and the Alley Theatre Here: https://www.facebook.com/lorna.brunelle and IG @lornabrunelle You can find Lorna's books on Amazon.
#51 In this week's Boujee Best Friend episode, I am joined by my friend Kat Saenz as we interview Magic Mike Dancers Kalon Badenhorst and Burim Jusufi. I wanted to welcome our Magic Mike guests onto the show because I am so impressed with everything they do! There can be many misconceptions about the Magic Mike shows. It is so much more than guys just dancing with their clothes off. They are changing people's lives by giving women confidence, respecting them and allowing women to express themselves. In this episode, we dive into the world of the Magic Mike show and explore how it empowers women while showcasing some of the most talented male dancers in the industry. We discuss the criteria these performers must meet and what women really want from the show. We also explore how the dancers choose women to come on stage and how they interact with the audience. We also answer burning questions from our Boujee Besties from the WWKD segment, including what it's like to date as a Magic Mike dancer? Join us for an enlightening conversation about the Magic Mike show and the positive impact it has on women everywhere. Episode highlights: -About the Magic Mike show -Empowering women -Criteria to be a Magic Mike Dancer -What women want -How the dancers choose a woman to come on stage -Interacting with the Magic Mike audience -Kalon's process of becoming Magic Mike -Burning questions from our Boujee Best Friends -Dating as a Magic Mike Dancer Timestamps: 0:00- 3:30 | Intro 3:30- 15:20 | Magic Mike show empowering women 15:20- 22:00 | Interacting with the Magic Mike audience 22:00- 23:45 | Process behind becoming Magic Mike 23:45- 30:20 | Questions from Koko's audience 30:20- 37:30 | Dating as a Magic Mike Dancer CONNECT WITH KALON: https://www.instagram.com/kalonb_sa/?hl=en CONNECT WITH BURIM: https://www.instagram.com/b1world/ CONNECT WITH MAGIC MIKE: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/the-magic-mike-podcast/id1674373189?i=1000605120541 https://www.mmltour.com/ CONNECT WITH KAT: https://www.instagram.com/katt.saenz CONNECT WITH KOKO: https://www.instagram.com/kokobeaute/ https://www.tiktok.com/@kokobeaute https://www.instagram.com/boujeebestfriend https://www.boujeebestie.com
If you're not number one in your category or field, you are in a precarious sitiation! You need to know how to perform at an exceptional level during a crunch period, otherwise you risk getting left behind. That's why being NUMBER 1 is vital. If you're not first, who even knows you?
Standup comedian and podcast/radio host Robert Kelly chats with Trey Elling, ahead of his headlining shows at Joe Rogan's Comedy Mothership. Topics include: Robert's initial impression from performing at the Comedy Mothership (0:37) Comparing Austin's comedy scene to Boston from decades back (3:48) Standup as a destiny (9:01) Performing in arenas vs comedy clubs (14:40) Boston sports hitting the skids over the past few weeks (18:08) Robert's brilliant disarming of fans at Yankee Stadium when rooting for the Red Sox (19:48) Robert's son betraying him by rooting for Tampa (21:32) Soccer as a second-rate sport (23:49)
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Vanessa Fraction, Mia Jackson, and Akeem Woods visit Friends Like Us for a hilarious take on hot topics! Vanessa Fraction: Action Fraction is a fitting handle for the intelligent and hilarious stand-up comedian, actor, writer, television personality, and women's empowerment advocate Vanessa Fraction. A mother of two, working at the phone company in 2001, Vanessa Fraction hit the stage of a popular open mic at The Cotton Club, Chicago to sing backup for a co-worker. Performing the gig with a few girlfriends from church, they weren't great, but Fraction decided that night, she wanted to be on stage. She went back the next week to do a comedy set and got booked for a show. Two years later she landed the role of Monisha in Barbershop 2: Back in Business. Currently, Fraction is the high-spirited, outrageously funny co-host of Nappy Boy Radio Podcast hosted by rapper and producer T-Pain. She also guest hosts on the entertainment news television series Dish Nation (FOX) and can be seen in Universal Pictures' cinematic musical, Praise This written and directed by Tina Gordon, produced by Will Packer, Tim Story, James Lopez, and Sharla Sumpter. From Def Comedy Jam (HBO) to NickMom Night Out (Nick Jr.) to Laff Mobb's Laff Tracks (truTV), 1st Amendment Standup (STARZ), Mike Epps Live at Club Nokia, Just for Laughs Montreal Festival (2008, 2018), and Just For Laughs Chicago (2013), Fraction's bold and clever stand-up has been a welcomed highlight on these and other showcases. The demand for her comedic brilliance has garnered opportunities to perform abroad touring the UK and performing for the U.S. troops in Germany, Japan, and South Korea. After performing on The Monique Show, a year later she was offered her first writing gig. Fraction's versatility as a writer blossomed on shows like Raven's Home (Disney), The Arsenio Hall Show (CBS), the Triumph Awards (Bounce TV), and 106 & Park (BET). Fraction's passionate take on women's freedoms and rights to empowerment stretches beyond the stage. She is a certified self-defense instructor, and her branded style of teaching, Kicks & Comedy, equips women with life-saving self-defense skills and lifts spirits by infusing comedy. Vanessa's mission is to empower her audience to overcome their struggles while laughing at hers. Akeem Woods is the funny little brother you always (never) wanted — his comedy style will have you on the edge of your seat reeling from laughter! No topic is safe from discussion, whether it be the KKK or the hardships of growing up poor. Akeem is a regular at the Comedy Cellar in NYC, was a semi-finalist on Stand Up NBC, has been seen on Kevin Hart's LOL Network, and just recently made his television debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden! Currently, you can find Akeem working on a new show for BET and at clubs and colleges all over the country. Mia Jackson is a bonafide Georgia peach (that's Georgian for “native”). In 2017, she was selected as a New Face by the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and Atlanta's Creative Loafing named her the Critic's Choice Best Stand-Up in the city. She has toured nationally with Amy Schumer and is a featured comic at festivals and clubs across the country. Her first stand up special aired in October 2018 as part of Unprotected Sets on EPIX. Mia has appeared on NickMom's Night Out, Viceland, Comedy Central's This Week at the Comedy Cellar and was a semi-finalist on Season 9 of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Her Comedy Central half hour special debuted in November 2019. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf.
After receiving praise as ‘Hottest record in the world' by BBC Radio 1, on his debut single ‘Let's Just', as well as being crowned Sarah Story's Future Track ID with 'To Live', its fair to say the 25-year-old artist has emerged progressively in the dance scene. Receiving comparison to inspirations such as Bicep with his soul-stirring, 90s inspired sound; the young producer has featured heavily in Manchester's Warehouse, Bristol's Motion and many more. Performing his polished productions alongside the likes of Camelphat and Pete Tong. Enjoy x Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Sofia and Natalie love seeing shows here! Especially since Natalie's boyfriend, Matt Michael, has starred in a number of performances there in the last year. He is easily a fan favorite! He was last seen as Tommy DeVito in Jersey Boys, but also this time last year as Lonny in Rock of Ages. Two of his dream roles!Broadway Palm first opened its doors in 1996, and since then, it has become one of the most beloved attractions in the local area. With a seating capacity of nearly 500 people, Broadway Palm Dinner Theater provides an intimate and exciting experience for its guests. The production quality is very high, and they have a way of finding some truly talented performers!In addition to the shows, the theater also serves a delicious dinner before each performance. The chef and his staff design each menu based on the show that is currently performing, so it's different every time you go! At Broadway Palm Dinner Theater, you'll find an experience unlike any other. Between the delicious food, the exciting shows, and the friendly atmosphere, it's an experience you won't soon forget. So if you're looking for a night of great entertainment in Fort Myers, Florida, make sure to check out Broadway Palm Dinner Theater!
Mike Diamond, author, director, life coach and interventionist, known for his work on the hit TV shows NY Ink and Bondi Ink Tattoo Crew, shares how he went from partying hard in the Miami, LA, and NYC club scenes to becoming an interventionist and being the go-to guy to get people sober as well as his advice for living a healthy and happy life. On this episode, Mike talks to Matt about: Growing up in Australia and being put in a difficult situation while attending acting school in Sydney. Getting gifted a winning green card lottery ticket allowing him to move to America. Working clubs in Miami and NYC and meeting entertainment VIPs who helped him land acting roles. Opening SNITCH club in NYC with members of Velvet Revolver and hosting a variety of musicians like the newly formed Killers. Wild nights clubbing and using drugs that ultimately made him miserable and forced him to turn his life around. Performing comedy before deciding what he really wanted to do was be the most reliable interventionist around. How he is able to stage interventions and be effective at getting people clean. His advice for how to live a positive life, including diet, exercise, and kindness. And More Mike's book, A DOSE of Positivity, is available here https://themikediamond.com/books/ This episode is sponsored by The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Centers – one of the oldest residential drug and alcohol rehab programs. ARC is a non-profit and was hit hard financially as a result of COVID. For more information, and to donate or sign up for their quarterly newsletter, visit thechanceto.org. About Mike Diamond Mike Diamond is an Author, Television Personality, Director, Life Coach and Interventionist. Known for his work on the hit TV shows NY Ink and Bondi Ink Tattoo Crew, which is currently nominated for a Logie Award for Best Reality Series. Originally from Perth, Western Australia, Mike got off to a bit of a rough start. Battling undiagnosed dyslexia, he started using drugs and alcohol at age 12. At age 16, he was expelled for Aquinas College and finished at Melville H.S. Immediately after graduation, Mike moved to Sydney and enrolled at the Actors Center. He got a job at a local clothing store which, unbeknownst to him at the time, would change his life forever. Lady Luck was on Mike's side when a customer at the store handed him a Green Card Lottery ticket. Mike won a green card in 1997 and made the move to Miami. Shortly after his arrival, Mike landed a role on the CBS sitcom, Grapevine from Director David Frankel. After Grapevine, Mike moved to NYC, where he worked on various projects including as a guest star on Sex and the City. Mike wrote, created and starred in a VH1 pilot with former STP and Velvet Revolver frontman, Scott Weiland. Splitting his time between NYC, Miami and Los Angeles, Mike had regular gigs performing stand up at Caroline's on Broadway and The Comedy Store. Mike was properly introduced into the tattoo world when he appeared on Miami Ink. He later became the store manager for his good friend, Ami James, at Wooster St and starred on Season 3 of NY Ink. Mike then headed back to his hometown where he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in Bondi Ink Tattoo Crew, based on Bondi Beach. Although Mike has had plenty of “highs” in his life, he has also had his “low” moments along the way. Mike has battled cocaine and alcohol addiction for the majority of his life. The defining moment came at the height of his career while shooting a TV show for VH1. To the outside world, Mike looked like he was living the dream but on the inside, Mike was spiritually bankrupt and miserable. He realized that if he didn't turn his life around, he was going to die. April 16, 2006 was the day Mike Diamond got sober. Since then, Mike has literally helped hundreds of people on the road to recovery. He is on beck and call to all his clients and friends, helping them through their life problems and battles with addiction.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hot Breath! Podcast: Your Weekly Guide to Comedy Mastery
We're back with another Q&A answering your comedy questions to help level up your game. Join us every Tuesday at 5PM to get your questions answered.Some topics covered are:Breaking writer's blockFinding your timing and deliveryWriting vs. PerformingBalancing life and comedy+MOREJoin our email list here: https://hotbreath.activehosted.com/f/21Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://youtube.com/hotbreathpod?sub_confirmation=1Check out our classes and workshops here: https://hotbreathmedia.com
Rachmaninov's Second Symphony marked a personal comeback after a debilitating crisis of confidence. In the spring of 2023, a century and a half after the composer's birth, Riccardo Muti conducts this sumptuous score, along with the world premiere of Transfigure to Grace by Mead Composer-in-Residence Jessie Montgomery, who writes with “a Technicolor brilliance and harmonic plushness perfect for the CSO's own heart-on-its-sleeve proclivities” (Chicago Tribune). Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/muti-montgomery-and-rachmaninov-2
In this episode we are joined by Charlie Burrows, talking all things performance and casting. Charlie Burrows made a name for himself as a world-class power tumbler for more than a decade, becoming European and National Champion. He then made the transition from athlete to artist, performing with various shows including La Nouba, by Cirque du Soleil. Following his successful career as an artist he became an acrobatic casting advisor for Cirque du Soleil and is now based in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2020 Charlie also founded International Casting Agency to offer a full-service casting agency, for all aspects of live entertainment. https://www.internationalcastingagency.com/join/ We want to hear from YOU and provide a forum where you can put in requests for future episodes. What are you interested in listening to? Please fill out the form for future guest suggestions here and if you have suggestions or requests for future themes and topics, let us know here! @theatreartlife Thank you to our sponsor @clear-com The TheatreArtLife Podcast is a branch of our larger TheatreArtLife Community. Come visit us at www.theatreartlife.com
#073 - Performing is about big stuff and little stuff. Many of us get wrapped up in the big stuff. What tricks to buy? How to market. But the little stuff matters, too. What to cut out from your script. A better place to put your prop so your show is smoother. Kidabra czar Mark Daniel joins me for this episode to talk about the small stuff that elevates good shows to great ones. And we talk Kidabra! Mark's a great guy and I enjoyed having him as a guest. You'll love this episode!Production note and warning: I think I recorded the intro for this when I had COVID. I had the wrong settings for my mic so you can barely hear me. Fortunately, it's only for the first minute or two. Then the entire interview plus Trick Talk sounds great.And in this week's Trick Talk, I review Extreme Burn!Learn more about Kidabra HEREGet Extreme Burn HEREBy the way…whenever you're ready, here are 4 ways I can help you grow your magic business to book more shows at higher fees: 1. Grab my FREE business-building tools for professional working magicians. I'm offering SIX free resources to help you improve your online presence. From SEO strategies that almost NO magicians are using, to a social media strategy that can save you time and heartache, to valuable Google Ads strategies, these resources will help you book more shows at higher fees. Get your free copies HERE. 2. Get my website video training for under $10. In this 2-hour video training, I'll reveal exactly what your website needs if you want to succeed as a professional entertainer in the 21st century. Get all the details HERE. 3. Get a complete business-building plan handed to you on a silver platter. Not sure how to move your magic business forward? I'll analyze your complete magic business (website, market, competition, and more) and give you a complete game plan for getting your performing business to the next level. Find out how HERE. 4. Work with me privately. Need help in multiple areas? I can help you with your website, direct mail, email, or other marketing strategies. I also offer consulting services for crafting magic routines or even entire shows. Want to find out more? Shoot me an email at email@example.com.
Tucsonan David Rychener spent a career in the health field, but a lifetime in music. A singer and songwriter, David performs in many venues around the Old Pueblo, including weekly at White Stallion Ranch. He saddles up to the ranch, guitar in hand, to chat with Russell and Alan about his love of western tunes, what influences his songwriting, and how he's sharing music through his new podcast “Cowboy at Heart.”
In this episode of the Leadership Under Fire Humanizing the Narrative Podcast, host Patti Murphy is joined by Philadelphia Firefighter Seankelly McCauley. Sean comes from a family of FDNY firefighters, and it was always assumed that he'd follow in his father and great grandfather's footsteps by achieving his lifelong dream of joining the FDNY. In 2007, Sean proudly took the Department's entrance exam and began preparing for his FDNY career. Despite his enthusiasm to learn the job, physical abilities and willingness to serve the City of New York, Sean's dreams were derailed in 2010 when a federal judge ruled that the FDNY entrance exam 6019 had a “disparate impact” on minority candidates and was not a true measure of the abilities required for entry-level firefighters. So began years of ligation, and waiting and worrying to see if he'd ever get the chance to serve the FDNY as a Firefighter. Eventually, in 2016, Sean made the hard decision to leave New York City and joined the Philadelphia Fire Department where he serves today. In 2022, he was given the opportunity to attend Leadership Under Fire's Optimizing Human Performance Under Pressure Program with the Cherry Hill NJ Fire Department. Sean remains a student of the job and hopeful about the future of the American fire service.
Bailey Perrie is a singer-songwriter from Western Australia with a clean melodic emotional style that does not conform to eras or styles, however all her songs will have elements of pop. You will find country, rock and jazz undertones. Performing for prestigious Perth venues including RAC Arena, The Royal Show, and Optus Stadium, music has been the fuel to her fire since she began writing at just 11 years old. Since her first release in 2017: ‘Step by Step', Bailey's coming-of-age catalogue has grown tremendously, charting on OZCMR, Tiger FM89.9, Banks Radio in Australia and numerous others. "My Way Out of the Dark" reaching number 1. Bringing her great strength in acting and dance into music videos that compliment each release, Bailey currently stacks up 700k collective views on YouTube.Bailey receives numerous awards and recognition for her music. A highlight for Bailey is her song called "Stuck", a song she wrote for the charity called The Magic Coat. They are a children's mental health foundation, and the song was well received by the country charts spreading the positive message.Check out Bailey's exclusive interview with The Trout.https://baileyperrie.com/homehttps://thetroutshow.com/Thanks for listening for more information or to listen to other podcasts or watch YouTube videos click on this link >https://thetroutshow.com/
Today on the show, we're talking the art of acting, the process of dub, occult stage practices, and much more with actor/writer Luis Galindo, our H-Town homie and the voice of Vinland Saga's King Sweyn. Topics discussed: Performing in Je'Caryous Johnson's stage rendition of New Jack City, tour life, tripping on cough syrup in school, dealing with sickness, meeting through Rune Soup, writing The Snake Handler with Cody Goodfellow, one creative outlet is never enough, "write drunk and don't edit," powerful vibes, Luis's hundred-plus stage roles, physical acting, the impulse to get swol, insane Planet Fitness contracts, Bronson and Solitary Fitness, Scottish and Irish accents, coast-to-coast cholos, journey from the stage to Sentai and Crunchyroll, so much anime, and on Agitator Z... the humble badass Luis reads his own IMDb to remember all the roles he's played, the dubbing process, impression of King Sweyn as a cholo, the one-take creation assembly line, Taika Waititi's live-action Akira, our casting choices for the Judge in Blood Meridian, the coolness of the Japanese language, cultural walls, Lone Wolf and Cub, to live and die by the samurai code, Jim Jarmusch, indecipherable ideas and engaging with art that goes over our heads, the Western urge to understand, the undercurrent of perversion in Miike films, watching Raging Bull and The Shining as a kid, Haruki Murakami's 1Q84, Fuminori Nakamura, the effecient but confusing nature of the English language, dyslexia, Vinland Saga, discovering anime through being part of it, Japanese Vikings, Daniel Day-Lewis, being a film extra, acting techniques, roles that get in your bones, the rhythm of motion, Grand Kabuki Theatre, culture of discipline, ritualizing artistic practice, juggling acting and teaching, and moving into film and TV. Go to patreon.com/agitator for the full episode, bonus episodes, Discord access, and serialized manga lit novels.
In this episode, we discuss the cost of performing for men. For more tools on dating and centering yourself on: https://www.charliestoolbox.com/ Twitter: https://www.charliestoolbox.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charliestool... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charliestoo... #decentermen #dating #selfhelp. Listen to Charlie's Toolbox on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7cQHIKl... Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0...
Do your thoughts come racing at you as soon as you wake up? Oftentimes our minds run wild with the to-do list, reflections on previous conversations, or predictions about upcoming meetings. It's no surprise that the average human processes 6200 thoughts per day. These constant racing thoughts can lead to anxiety, restlessness, and a general lack of peace without us even becoming aware of it. That's where mindfulness comes in. Performing acts of mindfulness can help ease a full mind by simply becoming more aware of the present moment. On this episode of The Balanced Life podcast, you'll learn how to become more mindful and less mind FULL. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... What it means to be mindful [4:35] An example of how I used mindfulness to unwind [7:12] How Pilates improves mindfulness [9:20] How to become more mindful [12:36] Share your mindfulness practice with me [20:00] Resources & People Mentioned Mindful vs. Mindfull Follow Lindywell On Facebook On Instagram Subscribe to The Balanced Life
Yesterday, Third District Judge Andrew Stone halted a ruling that would limit performance of abortions in hospitals. With this delay, four clinics throughout Utah are still allowed to perform abortions. KSL Newsradio legal analyst Greg Skordas sits down to talk about the consequences and implications these delays have on the access to abortion.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello friends! Dane Foltin from Austin, outlaw reggae band, Lion Heights is my guest for episode 1272! Their new album, False Reality is out now and they're heading out on the False Reality Tour this week starting this Thursday, 5/4 in Yakima, Washington. Go to lionheights.com for tour dates, music and more. Dane and I have a great conversation about making False Reality with all live instruments as opposed to samples, starting the band in Chicago and moving to Austin, the Flamingo Cantina and Austin reggae scene, the state of reggae, growing up in Houston and going to The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and much more. I had a great time getting to know Dane. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Get the best, full-spectrum CBD products from True Hemp Science and enter code HDIGH for a special offer from How Did I Get Here? If you feel so inclined. Venmo: www.venmo.com/John-Goudie-1 Paypal: paypal.me/johnnygoudie
Sean and Dust talk about: (0:00) him becoming my favorite new rapper and combining Blues Music with Rap (27:09) things we don't like like lawyers and genocides (48:34) his experience of living in Israel and being Jewish (1:04:40) his mom battling cancer, passing while he was in his early 20's and being his biggest fan (1:15:14) having “zero” musical talent and making beats, musical influences and blues theory (1:29:12) being a basement artist and having no plans to go on tour because of all the logistics involved Get 2 Know more about Dust: http://dustrapstheblues.bandcamp.com/ instagram.com/dustrapstheblues facebook.com/dustrapstheblues youtube.com/dustrapstheblues Follow the Getting 2 Know U Pod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Help the Getting 2 Know U Pod upgrade our recording and sound equipment through our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getting2knowupod Support the Getting 2 Know U Pod by SUBSCRIBING, RATING, AND REVIEWING when you listen: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-2-know-u-pod/id1502868247 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/686ov3pdhcVVaN4PXZeMHA?si=hE_tJlSkRii-kaSGcJgLUw&nd=1 Podbean: https://getting2knowupod.podbean.com/
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis received lackluster reviews from British business leaders on the final leg of his overseas trip, according to reports. The U.S. Department of (DoD) confirmed Monday it is following the path of a mystery high-altitude balloon crossing over American territory. Former President Donald Trump will sit down with CNN next week for a town hall event in New Hampshire, the network announced Monday. Dee Snider, lead singer of the '80s hair band Twisted Sister, publicly backed KISS rocker Paul Stanley's stance against transitioning minors. Performing trans surgery on children, as well as prescribing a child with puberty blockers, is now a felony offence in the state of Oklahoma. Austin Killips, a biological man, has been awarded first place in the women's category in New Mexico's Tour of the Gila cycling race, renewing calls to ban trans “women” from cycling, Fox News reported.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The New Generation Entrepreneur Podcast
Last September, we had our worst launch yet so I knew something in my business had to change and got to work finding a solution FAST. Six months later and we had our BEST launch to date! What were the changes made? I'm breaking them all down in great detail on the podcast today. From commissions, to ad spend, to strategy shifts and evergreen funnels… I don't hold anything back. Tune in if you want to learn the shifts we made from our worst launch to our best in 6 months, what I believe is working now in the marketplace based on the numbers I'm seeing, wins, losses, and all the feels I experienced in between, and descriptions of our best-performing ads and other high-performing content. [FREE GUIDE] Discover The 3 MESSAGING FRAMEWORKS That Generated Profitable DM's In 72 Hours! Get your guide here - https://pages.brandonlucero.com/dm-sales Haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is go to https://brandonlucero.com/podcast. Plus, when you send a screenshot of your review to firstname.lastname@example.org my team will share our exclusive bonus episode with you! Thank you for your support of this show! Connect with me on Instagram @iamBrandonLucero and let me know what you think of the episode!
Ed Sheeran Is Judging American Idol Instead Of Performing At The Coronation! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Experience the uplifting power of Antonio Vivaldi's joyous Gloria, with its gleaming vocal fireworks and richly embroidered orchestral passages. Early-music specialist Giovanni Antonini conducts this and other Vivaldi treasures, including the Magnificat, in all its variety and invention; the luminous nobility of La Senna festeggiante, and the poignant Kyrie. Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/vivaldi-gloria/
The story of Russian economy has become extremely relevant. In this segment Osama Rizvi takes a deep dive into what is happening in Russia and where it might be headed.LEARN MORE: Visit us at http://www.primaryvision.co to learn more about our products and services. We track operators and pumpers by location and offer accurate basin forecasts for active spreads each and every week of the year. We also track refracs, consumables, NGLs and cover unique macro data points that will help drive decisions. Go here to subscribe: https://primaryvision.co/subscription-plan/Questions? email@example.com
Are you a founder or business owner who's looking to scale your vision, develop high-level leadership skills, or transition from startup to corporate? Then you'll want to tune in to this lively discussion with our special guest, Seneca Smith, Senior Manager in the Human Capital Practice at Deloitte Consulting. In her work at Deloitte, Seneca advises businesses on how to approach global transformation, specifically focusing on defining the future of work, designing adaptable organizations, and preparing leadership and the workforce for change. In this episode of Off the Wall, hosts David Armstrong and Jessica Gibbs talk to Seneca about her experience working with leaders to scale their businesses, vision, and leadership skills. She provides key insights such as why all founders should hire a leadership coach, how to align your business and workforce strategies, and what to do if you're stuck in the ‘Norming' stage of business growth. Plus, Seneca shares tips and advice on how you can better delegate responsibilities, so you're not stuck wearing all the hats as a founder. "One of the challenges of getting stuck at ‘norming' is you are now in a place that is comfortable: You are hitting your targets and doing work in a way that feels operationally efficient—but that doesn't necessarily mean that you're achieving innovative goals. You're not getting to that next stage of performing and really stretching. One of the reasons might be for that fear that you would fall back into ‘storming' phase because performing includes an element of risk.” - Seneca Smith Please see important podcast disclosure information at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com/disclosures. Episode Timeline/Key Highlights: [00:52] Introducing Seneca Smith & the topic of today's episode. [01:57] Forming, Storming, Norming, & Performing. [02:52] What should founders be thinking about and doing when going from startup to formal business (from Forming to Storming)? [04:36] Scaling your vision for your business. [11:06] What to do if you're stuck in the Norming stage & How to break into the Performing stage. [14:01] Wearing all the hats isn't sustainable for founders. How can founders better delegate tasks? How do their leadership skills evolve? [17:17] Signs you need to hire a leadership coach. [20:05] Dave's experience as a founder working with a leadership coach. [23:35] Aligning your business strategy with your workforce strategy + tips for outsourcing. Resources Mentioned: Learn more about Deloitte Consulting: https://www2.deloitte.com About Seneca Smith: Seneca is a Senior Manager in Human Capital Practice of Deloitte Consulting. She focuses on strategic organizational / workforce transformation and readiness. She advises Financial Services clients engaged in redesigning their core business operations, workforce strategy, and technical landscape. She uses human-centered design thinking to tackle transformation, with a focus on leadership alignment, change management, culture, and employee engagement. Seneca focuses primarily in the insurance sector and has served a broad cross-section of the industry. Her clients include AIG, New York Life, Prudential, Travelers, CNO, Securian, State Farm, Lockton, Auto Club Group, FIS, Bank of America, and Guardian Life. Connect with Seneca: Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/senecamsmith Connect with Monument Wealth Management: Visit our website: https://bit.ly/monumentwealthwebsite Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthIG Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthTW Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthLI Connect with us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MonumentWealthFB Connect with us on YouTube: https://bit.ly/YouTubeMWMFit About “Off the Wall”: OFF THE WALL is a podcast for business professionals and high-net-worth investors who want to build wealth with purpose. A little bit Wall Street, a little bit off-the-wall; it's your go-to for straightforward, unfiltered wealth advice on topics that founders, business owners, and executives care about. Learn more about our hosts, Dave and Jessica on our website at https://monumentwealthmanagement.com.
Today's conversation is with Maxwell Roach. He is someone who has traveled a very unique path. He has performed onstage with music icons such as Beyonce and the Rolling Stones, he's someone who has started several businesses and has been the CEO of a multi centered child care organization, and now he is bringing all this knowledge to the education space as the founder of the JonAyves Learning Club. Topics Discussed:1. When it's time to make a decision MAKE the decision. 2. Ask yourself “What's the worst that is going to happen?”.3. Choose your priorities wisely.4. There is something special in having a degree in touching people's souls. 5. Practice and repetition is paramount.6. If you repeat the process over and over again you will master a skill. 7. Success doesn't happen by accident. Practicing, networking, and the individual make it happen.8. Know what your barometer is and let it guide you. 9. Pay attention the linguistic behavior: I AM MAKING A DIFFERENCE10. Once you connect with a person on what brings them joy you will make a strong connection.11. Be interested in others. 12. Take what other people are saying and take it up another notch. 13. Take other people and elevate them. 14. Practice listening and practice being positive in conversation. 15. Appreciate people for who they are. 16. Artists who are extremely successful have an important support system behind them. 17. Environment is essential in become great at something.18. Greats are fostered early and continue to work at their craft. 19. Allow the process to take place when working toward a goal. 20. Be yourself.21. See what your students are interested in and tailor it towards them. 22. Love it. Learn it. Live it. 23. If you are looking to start a tutoring side hustle word of mouth is powerful. 24. Book recommendations - The Art of War25. Podcast recommendations - Alex Hormozi 26. Train your mind to believe I will overcome whatever I need to. 27. Life rewards consistency. JonAyves Learning Club Books (Amazon): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0BYMCPYL4JonAyves Learning Club Full Book Listing - https://www.jonayves.com/shopTwitter - @JonAyvesTVLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxwellroachFacebook - JonAyves Learning ClubWebsite - https://www.jonayves.comDigital Tutoring - https://www.jonayves.com/jamdigitalCount By Numbers and Nursery RhymesYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@AJsHouseKidsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/AJsHouseKidsTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@AJsHouseKidsFun Academic Kids VideosYouTube Shorts - https://www.youtube.com/@JonAyvesTVInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/JonAyvesTVTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@JonAyvesTV
Brigadier General Anthony Tata (US Army, Retired) performed the duties of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy under the Trump administration and is the author of Total Empire. He gives a fascinating insider's account of the possible motivations of President Putin on Ukraine in the wake of the disastrous US pullout in Afghanistan. He talks about the great political divide in the US today, as well as his book Total Empire. The book is a Garrett Sinclair novel that tells the story of answering an unanswerable threat from China, but it also speaks to the human cost of combat and the stakes at hand when one pays the ultimate price. Learn more about Tony and get Total Empire: https://amzn.to/3oVK4nu See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode Devo Spice talks about going to Nationals with his son, buying a new projector, Performing at RavenCon, and runs down his brand for acting class. Music in this episode: "Autocomplete" and "Grouchy Smurf Mumble Rap" both recorded live at RavenCon, and the new Jeff Whitmire horror parody "You're Gonna Float."
The moms are back with their friend Christine Cox, carrying on their fabulous conversation from last week. Christine is a mother of two and is a performer at the Alabama Theater. Between rehearsals, shows and raising her boys, she's got her hands full! Tune in this week as Christine explains how she handles it all.
Annabeth Gish (IG:@annabeth_gish)(TW:@annabethgish) who is currently in Succession is a versatile actress who weathered the transition from child actor to adult, with a variety of dramatic and comedic roles on film and television. Anne Elizabeth Gish was born on March 13, 1971 in Albuquerque, New Mexico and moved with her family to Cedar Falls, at the age of two. Her parents were both teachers; her father, Robert Gish, was an English professor at the University of Northern Iowa, her mother, Judy, taught at Malcolm Price Laboratory School. Performing in community theater productions throughout her childhood, Gish began her professional acting career, at the age of eight, by appearing in a number of commercials. She made her screen debut, at the age of 13, in the teen film, Desert Bloom (1986), opposite Jon Voight, and, in following years, has found success in film and television. Gish starred in the films, Hiding Out (1987), with Jon Cryer, Mystic Pizza (1988), with Julia Roberts, and on Shag(1988), opposite Phoebe Cates and Bridget Fonda. She also played the lead role, as rape victim "Lyn McKenna", in the TV movie, When He's Not a Stranger (1989). Gish went on to graduate from Cedar Falls' Northern University High School in 1989. In addition to acting, Gish took time to focus on her academic career and attended Duke University. Studying English as well as theater, she graduated with honors, in 1993, with a BA in English. Gish returned to screens in the mid-1990s, with appearances in supporting roles, in films Wyatt Earp (1994), The Last Supper (1995) and critical praise biopic, Nixon (1995). The next year, Gish appeared in the ensemble cast movie, Beautiful Girls (1996). On television, Gish played the younger sister of Dana Delany's character in True Women(1997), a epic miniseries, based on the best seller novel by Janice Woods Windle. Her other credits include the miniseries, Scarlett (1994), the short-lived Patricia Wettig's drama series Courthouse (1995), the box office bomb superhero film, Steel (1997), a supporting role on Ashley Judd's success thriller, Double Jeopardy (1999), and several other independent films. Most recently, Gish played "Special Agent Monica Reyes" on the cult series, The X-Files(1993) (2001-2002), for which she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television. She also starred in the Showtime drama, Brotherhood(2006) (2006-2008) and appeared in recurring roles on The West Wing (1999) (2003-2006), Flashforward (2009) (2010), Pretty Little Liars (2010) (2011-2012) and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) (2011-2012). In 2012, she starred on the ABC drama series, Americana (2012), as Ashley Greene's character's mother.
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Dr. Sixto F. Montesinos Jr. is assistant professor of music and head of instrumental studies at Saint Mary's College of California in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is an active Mexican-American conductor, flutist, music educator, and scholar researching new and effective ways to strengthen Mexican-American relations through the study and performance of music. These include overcoming stereotypes as well as Mexican, LGBTQ+, and LatinX representation in the field of music education, repertoire, and performance He is the artistic director of the Saint Mary's College Jazz Band as well as its Chamber Musicians program. He also oversees the instrumental private lessons faculty at The College. Dr. Montesinos is a regular guest conductor with the Awesöme Orchestra, a Bay-Area organization that amplifies voices of marginalized folk, forms deeper partnerships with communities and organizations as well as creates more equity and representation at every level. The mission of the Awesome Orchestra is also to make awesome orchestral adventures accessible to musicians and the public. He has also been a guest conductor with the Youth Musical Theater Company, most recently for their spring 2022 production of Stephen Sodnheim's Sweeney Todd. He presented a clinic in December 2021 at the 75th Annual Midwest Clinic entitled "Surpassing La Cucaracha dn the Mexican Hat Dance" and spoke to the importance of diversifying Mexican-themed repertoire for instrumental ensembles and debunking common musical stereotypes, Dr. Montesinos earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Wind Conducting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey where he studied with Professors William Berz, Kraig Alan Williams, and Darryl J. Bott. His terminal research project focused on the evolution and socio-political influence of wind bands in Mexico from the War of Independence to the Mexican Revolution. During his time at Rutgers, Dr. Montesinos also served as a teaching assistant with the Rutgers University Marching Scarlet Knights participating in performances for President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. During the fall and spring, he worked as a Graduate Assistant Conductor of the Rutgers Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Winds. In 2016, he programmed and conducted with the Rutgers University Concert Band, the United States premiere of two wind pieces by Colombian composer Victoriano Valencia: Chande and Tango from his larger series Ritmos de la Tierra. He also presented and conducted Valencia's music in March of 2018 at the new music reading session during the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Eastern Division Conference at Yale University. Before moving to California, Dr. Montesinos served as Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Ferrum College in southwest Virginia where he established The Ferrum College Panther Marching Band, Ferrum College Mountain Winds, and Ferrum College Iron Mountain Brass. Enrollment in the band program doubled under his tenure. He also served as music department coordinator and developed the curriculum to create a Bachelor of Arts in Music degree. Dr. Montesinos led an initiative to establish an Appalachian Folk Music Program and started a guest artist recital series designed to bring live music to the Ferrum College community throughout the year. Before his doctoral studies at Rutgers University, he was a public school high school band director at Jersey Village High School, a high school within the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in Northwest Houston. In this capacity, he assisted with the instruction of a 300-member marching band, four concert bands, and conducted the all-school musical. He also taught beginning instrumental classes at the middle school feeder. At Jersey Village, He was the primary conductor of the Symphonic II band. Symphonic II earned division one ratings at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) Concert and Sightreading Contest. Dr. Montesinos completed a Master's Degree in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Texas at Arlington under the tutelage of his long-time mentor and former high school orchestra director, Dr. Clifton Evans. Montesinos also completed additional studies in wind and orchestral conducting at the following programs: The Frederick Fennell Memorial Conducting Masterclass at the Eastman School of Music and the Cincinnati Conservatory, The University of North Texas Conductors Collegium, The Art of Band Conducting at the University of Texas at Austin, The International Conductors Workshop and Competition at Mercer University, and The International Institute for Conductors in Bacau, Romania. Additionally, he worked closely and shared the podium with H. Robert Reynolds as a doctoral conducting student during a week-long residency at Rutgers University. As a flutist, Dr. Montesinos was a featured soloist at the 70th Annual Midwest Clinic International Band and Orchestra Conference performing Gabe Mussella's Cumbia de Xavier with the Ridgeview Middle School Percussion Ensemble. He has also been on the faculty at FlootFire Houston. He completed a Bachelor's Degree in Instrumental Music Education at the University of Houston Moores School of Music where he performed two graduate-level flute recitals and was principal flute of the University of Houston Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra. Upon graduation from the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, he was awarded a full-tuition scholarship to study flute performance at Arizona State University in Tempe where he completed two years of flute studies before attending the University of Houston. In high school, he studied flute at the American Festival for the Arts Summer Music Conservatory with Kirsten “Kiki” Larsen and at the Brevard Music Center in North Ca rolina as a pupil of Thomas Robertello. He was a flute student of Judy Dines, second flutist of the Houston Symphony, for two years and performed with the Houston Symphony twice at Jones Hall. He has played for Carol Wincenc at The Juilliard School and Leone Buyse, Christina Jennings, and Robert Langevin in various masterclasses. He is also a proud alumnus and supporter of the Virtuosi of Houston Youth Chamber Orchestra and the Greater Houston Youth Orchestra. In 2004 he toured China extensively as an orchestral flutist with the Northwest Houston Symphony. Dr. Montesinos enjoys working outside of the United States and has established strong ties with high school and middle school band directors in Peru. In March of 2017, he gave a week-long seminar to local high school and middle school band directors in Lima, Peru as part of their required professional development. Most recently he was a featured speaker on marching and concert band techniques in January of 2018 at the PERUBANDAS National Congress in Lima, Peru. Additionally, he held interim teaching positions at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania as conductor of the concert band and at Lewisville High School in Lewisville, Texas as director of the orchestra program. He has also served as the Associate Dean of Students at the Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, North Carolina. His writing has been published by the Instrumentalist Magazine and internationally by the WASBE Journal. Montesinos is a native of the town of Coyoacan in Mexico City where he began his musical career at the early age of four studying piano at the prestigious Yamaha Institute.