In this podcast we present to you our seasoned podcaster, Mr Pink, he’s been around the block for many years and has taken his betting system from strength to strength. Last we spoke Mr Pink’s system took a bit of a slump, and maybe it has initially impacted his confidence levels but this is not what defines a person, it is the way they respond and hell did he do it. Mr Pink came out the last MLB season with 16 … Read more
Professional cycling has until recently been slow to recognise the merits of sports psychologists and mental coaches, but that is changing in the age of marginal gains. Many riders now accept that brain power can add extra watts through the pedals – and the team leading the Giro hopes that it can help them carry the maglia rosa all the way to Verona. The Ineos Grenadiers' sports psychologist Robbie Anderson has lived & consulted with his team's riders through the Corsa Rosa. In this episode of Kilometre 0, he tells Daniel Friebe how he works, why cycling presents unique mental challenges – and why strange rituals involving props like salt cellars have gained such traction in cycling. Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens. Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
In this episode of Smut Drop, Miri is joined by social anthropologist and flirting expert Jean Smith. Over the past 17 years, Jean's research has helped countless people understand what it means to flirt, and now she's here to help us too! Whether you have romantic and sexual intentions, or you just want to connect with others and make their day, Jean's got some great tips for getting out of your head, focusing on what's important, and improving your technique. Plus, Miri also learns about pink flags, and hears your truly terrible chat up lines. Make sure you follow and subscribe so you never miss an episode, and of course, give us a cheeky five star rating. To send us your listener stories, or if you just wanna say hi, drop us an email at email@example.com You can also find us on Twitter; @smutdrop @miri_kane @flirtology AND on Instagram; @metro.co.uk @mirikane Smut Drop is produced by Pineapple Audio Production for Metro.co.uk
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Speshy Weshy episode with Chris DiStefano - Paper-Cuts, Pink eye and Prison Hacks. Go watch Chris DiStefano's NEW Netflix Special "Speshy Weshy"! Official Chris DiStefano Website: https://chrisdcomedy.com/ Available on YouTube at Howie Mandel Does Stuff: HowieMandelDoesStuff Instagram : @chrisdcomedy @howiemandel @jackelynshultz See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's special episode I'm talking with Scott Maucere about his recent 2-million-dollar verdict in a very conservative venue. Scott used a variety of H2H skills, but the winning item in his arsenal? A pink ceramic pig. Check out the episode to learn more.
Marlene Sharp hails from the entertainment town of New Orleans. After college, she wanted a change of pace, so she headed out west to LA, for a different kind of entertainment. In the time she has spent building her resume, she has held several positions in the gaming and video industries. She has worked for Sega of America in a number of production capacities, most notably developing SONIC the Hedgehog from a game to an animated series and movies. She is currently the head of Pink Poodle Productions and the Head of IP Strategy and Acquisitions for Rainshine Entertainment. We chatted about her path into the entertainment industry and some of the wide array of jobs involved in making movies. You can follow all of her adventures through her Linktree.
Jesper Pedersen is a playwright, curator and international producer, and the current curator at Teater Grob of PINK PAVILION, an international playwriting festival which this year is centered on the subject of Intergenerational Solidarity. Listen to the episode at: www.redtransmissions.libsyn.com See the full program of Teater Grob at: www.grob.dk/
AUSTRALIA! The result of Eng-Land's finest phrenology-based class science, it is now home to the globe's premier examples of the criminal browline and ne'er-do-well sphenoid. Today's episode delights the criminal glands, which is the most your Unaccredited Australians, Aaron and Gabe, can hope for since their de-accreditation has made all crime illegal. It centres on two fellows of pristine criminal countenance liberating paper money and a valuable science machine from the state, only to be stymied by some degenerate children and the mysterious machine itself. Is there a naked teenage boy in this episode? Does Bronson kill things and wear them as socks? Are you going to finish that? All this, letters from our nitwits, and the reminder that Patronage keeps us from stealing your things are contained within.
Medical roleplay involving medical scenarios, procedures and practices is a very common and popular kink. We see it everywhere from the "sexy nurse" outfits to playing doctor. No experience is necessary and neither is elaborate equipment. Your imagination is your only limit. We offer ideas for ways to incorporate medical roleplay into your kink life and even share some of our own medical fantasies. Visit us at pinkkinkpodcast.com Affiliates - SireDonLeather.com (use code PINKKINK to save 10% on your order) Leatheretc.com (use code PINKKINK to save 10% on your order and free shipping on orders over $50) BDSMandPolyOutlet (use code PINK to save 10% on your order) Check us out on Instagram, Twitter and FetLife at pinkkinkpodcast Check us out on Tik Tok at thepinkkinkpodcast Join our Facebook group - Pink Kink Podcast Join our subreddit - r/PinkKinkPodcast Help support us at Patreon.com/Pinkkinkpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pinkkink/message
Tienes la entrada de este capítulo en el bloghttps://quieroserrico.com/292-nos-arrepentimos-con-la-edad/Acceso a la academiahttps://quieroserrico.com/academia/Curso de este mes: cocina economica y saludablehttps://quieroserrico.com/curso/cocina-economica-saludable/Apuntate a mi newsletter en: https://quieroserrico.com/lista/Visita https://quieroserrico.com para más información.Mis Libros:Quiero ser rico: https://quieroserrico.com/libro-qsr/Guía del Crowdfunding: https://amzn.to/2DWYvzbQuieres que te ayude a llevar tus finanzas al siguiente nivel:https://quieroserrico.com/sesiones-privadas/Dicho todo esto aquí tienes los puntos más importantes del capítulo de hoy:------------------- 00:00 Introducción del podcast0:38 Quien Daniel Pink1:38 Los libros de Daniel Pink2:40 The Pink newsletter and the Pinkcast3:39 La newsletter del 20 de abril- Datos de la encuesta “mundial” del arrepentimiento5:26 Cosas de las que nos arrepentimos con la edad6:42 Arrepentimiento por inacción y por acciones respecto al dinero8:37 Y una cosa másY esto es todo por hoy. Si tienes alguna duda o sugerencia. Te puedes poner en contacto conmigo en https://quieroserrico.com/contacto o en firstname.lastname@example.org .Un saludo y hasta la semana que viene
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Origen of Original Sin - The Total Depravity of Man (2) Subtitle: Total Depravity Speaker: A. W. Pink Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 5/19/2022 Length: 28 min.
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Origen of Original Sin - The Total Depravity of Man (2) Subtitle: Total Depravity Speaker: A. W. Pink Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 5/19/2022 Length: 28 min.
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Origen of Original Sin - The Total Depravity of Man (2) Subtitle: Total Depravity Speaker: A. W. Pink Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 5/19/2022 Length: 28 min.
On a previous episode wth Andy Finch from Spike Vintage Restoration. Andy obtained his dream car. Dennis Hydes Ghia. The pink ghia in Colin Burnham book. When he gets his dream car his plan is just get it runnig & drive it. When he starts to go through the car it goes off the rails in a quick fashion. Challenged with preserve or re-do Andy is in a tough spot. Find out all of the details on what happens when you get your dream car and its not exactly what you thought.
Today we meet a boy who was driver around Tucson, Arizona by a ghost car, and then we meet a young man who might be under the influence of an unending love spell! Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18482113 MERCH STORE!!! https://tinyurl.com/y8zam4o2 Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/28CIOGSFRUXAD?ref_=wl_share Help Promote Dead Rabbit! Dual Flyer https://i.imgur.com/OhuoI2v.jpg "As Above" Flyer https://i.imgur.com/yobMtUp.jpg “Alien Flyer” By TVP VT U https://imgur.com/gallery/aPN1Fnw Links: Actual Weird Inexplicable Things That Have Happened to You (Invisible Driver, Car Drives Itself At Auto Shop story) https://archive.ph/q2KYI Actual Weird Inexplicable Things That Have Happened to You (Dream Girl Pink Corvette Lisa story) https://archive.ph/q2KY Listen to the daily podcast anywhere you listen to podcasts! ------------------------------------------------ Logo Art By Ash Black Opening Song: "Atlantis Attacks" Closing Song: "Bella Royale" Music By Simple Rabbitron 3000 created by Eerbud Thanks to Chris K, Founder Of The Golden Rabbit Brigade Dead Rabbit Archivist Some Weirdo On Twitter AKA Jack YouTube Champ Stewart Meatball The Haunted Mic Arm provided by Chyme Chili Thanks to Fabio N! Pintrest https://www.pinterest.com/basque5150/jason-carpenter-hood-river/ http://www.DeadRabbit.com Email: DeadRabbitRadio@gmail.com Twitter: @DeadRabbitRadio Facebook: www.Facebook.com/DeadRabbitRadio TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@deadrabbitradio Jason Carpenter PO Box 1363 Hood River, OR 97031 Paranormal, Conspiracy, and True Crime news as it happens! Jason Carpenter breaks the stories they'll be talking about tomorrow, assuming the world doesn't end today. All Contents Of This Paranormal Podcast Copyright Jason Carpenter 2018 - 2022
The Stinking Pause podcast – reviewing movies since 2013….some good, some not so good. It's Tarantino time as Scott, Paul and Charlie pack their little green bags and see who let the dogs out. Reservoir Dogs (1992) A botched robbery indicates a police informant, and the pressure mounts in the aftermath at a warehouse. Crime begets violence as the survivors – veteran Mr. White, newcomer Mr. Orange, psychopathic parolee Mr. Blonde, bickering weasel Mr. Pink and Nice Guy Eddie – unravel. “Eddie, you keep talking like a bitch, I'm gonna slap you like a bitch. This and previous episodes can be found on; Spotify Apple Podcasts Podchaser Stitcher Spreaker Player FM Acast IHeartRadio Libsyn Podcast Party Follow us on Twitter @StinkingPause email: email@example.com Thanks for listening Scott, Paul and Charlie #podcast #movie #stinkingpause #podpals #tarantino #reservoirdogs
Through the Portal is a podcast from the Social Justice Portal Project, a national collaborative think tank hosted by the Social Justice Initiative at the University of Illinois Chicago. Each month, grassroots activists and radical scholars will give voice to community struggles, national strategies and sustainable alternatives for the future. The guest speakers, who are also Portal Project participants, explore what it means to walk through the portal of the current moment by centering racial and social justice issues. On this first episode, cohosts Damon Williams of AirGo and Teresa Córdova of UIC's Great Cities Institute talk about Abolition with organizer, law professor, and writer Dean Spade. Dean breaks down how his work connects with larger movements for abolition, the ways that the legal system disrupts social movements toward liberation, and how to wrestle with grief collectively in this painful time. SHOW NOTES Learn more about the Portal Project: https://sjiportalproject.com/ PREA: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prison_Rape_Elimination_Act_of_2003 Black and Pink: https://www.blackandpink.org/ Oakland Power Projects: https://oaklandpowerprojects.org/ Young Lords and Lincoln Hospital: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK_ALMA1NMk
We're back! Sorry for the delay.... In this episode we have Spongebob's net go missing during the Jellyfish festival! Could Patrick have stolen it?! Then Squidward is replaced entirely by a puppet! Really solid episodes and I hope you enjoy closing out Season 4 with us!
P. Juan Pablo (México)-Sin duda en nuestra vida tenemos momentos de total felicidad, pero suelen ser escasos. Esas experiencias nos hablan de que debe haber algo más grande: la felicidad de Dios que Jesús nos ofrece.
A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Vital Contemporary Question - Man's Total Depravity - Introduction Subtitle: Total Depravity Speaker: A. W. Pink Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 5/18/2022 Length: 16 min.
This thing about fancying straight people... like, I don't get it... is it because they're unobtainable? Is it because we're socialised in a heteronormative society that conditions us to see more value in straightness? Is it because we just really hate ourselves? I don't know... But, luckily I have recovering straight-luster-afterer Mark Perez, co-host of the Star Wars appreciating Pink Milk podcast, to help fill me in. We talk all about Club St. John, a bar in San Jose, California, that Mark started going to in the early 90s. Expect to hear about trashy 80s soap operas, how exhausting it is to pretend to be someone you're not, and those pesky straight people... Do you have any memories of Club St John, or clubbing from your own queer scene that you want to share? Well, if you have please get in touch - I want to create the biggest online record of people's memories and stories - go to www.lostspacespodcast.com and find the section 'Share a Lost Space' and tell me what you got up to! Bonus points for embarrassing photos! You can also find me on Facebook (www.facebook.com/lostspacespod), Instagram (www.instagram.com/lostspacespod) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/lostspacespod) Find out more about Mark by following him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/iameldiablito). And, if you love Star Wars, then you're going to the love the Pink Milk podcast, which you can find wherever you stream podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/k-anderson/message
Moto legend Carey Hart discusses his start in racing and crossover to freestyle, building bikes, helping veterans, balancing work with kids and wife Pink's career, his partying days, his special affinity for “Hip Hop Ellis” and more! -- Thank you to our sponsors: Manscaped: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code [ELLIS] at manscaped.com BlueChew: Go to BlueChew.com and use promo code: ELLIS to receive your first month FREE! MagicSpoon: Go to magicspoon.com/ELLIS to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code ELLIS at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Onnit: Go to Onnit.com/ELLIS for 10% OFF your order now! -- To watch this episode in video subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCioxyKNRYJhYFCi85Nvnn3g Website: www.theJasonEllis.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/ellismate -- Jason Ellis @wolfmate Carey Hart @hartluck Katie Ellis @underwearwolf Michael Tully @tullywood Kevin Kraft @kevinkraft See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lucy Del Gaudio served in the US Army from 1990 to 1998, including service in support of Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Lucy is currently the Chief Operations Officer for the Pink Berets, an organization that specializes in bringing counseling, treatment, and resources to female veterans suffering from PTSD and military sexual trauma. Lucy is one of the grassroots individuals that opened up the investigation into the death of Specialist Vanessa Guillen at Fort Hood. https://thepinkberets.org Support the podcast by supporting our sponsors at www.hazardground.com/sponsors Shop Amazon! As an Amazon Associate We Earn From Qualifying Purchases...You Know The Deal! (Paid Link) Help grow the show! Spread the word, tell a friend!! Subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts! Episode Intro Music: “Prelude” by “Silence & Light” (www.silenceandlightmusic.com) Photo Credit: Lucy Del Gaudio
On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Monica Kang, Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink Creativity. Monica and I talk about some of the obstacles and opportunities around creativity. And how individuals and companies can benefit from enhancing their curiosity, creativity, and courage. Let's get started.Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help the new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Monica Kang, Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink CreativityBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today we have Monica Kang. She is Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox and Author of Rethink Creativity. And also has a children's book called Have You Seen My Friends? So welcome to the show Monica.Monica Kang: Thank you for having me. Brian Ardinger: One of the things that we do in our Inside Outside community is ask our audience out there, who should we be talking to? And what are some of the interesting things that you're seeing out there? And somebody said, hey, you should talk to Monica. I think the first question I want to ask is probably a softball for you, but why does creativity matter. And why does it matter more today than ever before?Monica Kang: I'll start with maybe the notion of, I feel creativity is one of the words that we don't realize how much of a jargon it is. Because we use it so much. We say like, oh, you're creative. You're not creative. Or like, that was creative. That was innovative. We put in our marketing materials. We put in our campaigns. We put it in how we describe things.But if you really break it down, like, do people really understand or live the value that what it is. I think that was part of the reason why when you go back to why it's so important to talk about this is actually because of that. Because we use it all the time, but so many people don't realize the root and the nuances. And hence, don't realize this is jargon, that we're just keep throwing it around without the full intention. And so, I first fell into it because of that very situation. I was originally in nuclear weapons security. Government work. Wanted to be a diplomat all my life. That having grown up in DC and in the States, as well as in Korea and worked in Europe. And, you know, hey, I'm not comfortable with science and math. So, this sounds like the perfect path. And like, I love people and building relations. And so, I was good with a lot of things, but like creativity, wasn't really a thing that I would describe I was good at. Even though now looking back, I realize I had. And only until when I find myself really getting depressed and stuck in a dream job where I realized that I was finding myself literally crying to work, feeling upset, not knowing what to do in a job that I fell in love with. And I'm like, what is wrong with me? Like I'm solving a very important mission. Mission-driven. Preventing bad guys from having nuclear weapons. We're working in the government. It's really hard to get into this industry too. And yet feeling stuck. And what helped me gave the courage of, you know, walking to work instead of taking the bus to work. Getting curious about all these different surroundings. And realizing how one life decision can make a huge difference. Because now I felt so curious in the office got even more energetic. Even though the work description hasn't changed at all. It got me curious about understanding about, well, what happened. And people did ask me like Monica, whatever you're doing, you seem happier. And that's where I realized creativity was one of the key elements.I didn't know back then, but it was the mindset of simply doing something different. Finding the courage to take different things. Try different things. Ask different questions. Even organizing my process of the project differently because as I looked at the traffic in the fourth street every day, I'm like am I creating traffic in the way I do things unconsciously. Just like how there's always traffic here. Like at this time? What do I need to do differently? And getting curious about it. And that's where I learned that comment that I started the beginning. That question of creativity, innovation. There's so much history and research behind it. That I had no idea. And because we throw around the word and use it so much, that I misunderstood what it meant.And I didn't know that it was for everyone. I didn't know that something that we can all do more. And regardless of where we are, it expressed differently. And I think it's even more needed now because of the pandemic. Brian Ardinger: Oftentimes I think the perception of creativity is it's some kind of magic. Or it's something that other people do. Or, you know, some, other people can possess that, but I can't do that. So, this idea of creativity not being magic. That being every day and available to anybody to possess or use, talk about how you identified that little nugget and what are some of the tactical things that you do to bring out that magic. Monica Kang: So, I love that you said it. Because immediately one book that I'm remembering, it's about daily habits. And I was mindful because I'm like, wow. So, all these creative, innovative historical people around the world, like they had to work hard to be a better writer. What, like, they didn't just magically write that book. And like became a best seller. And like, no, they had to write every day. The musicians had to write music every day. And I'm like, wait, if that's how it is.Like I wonder in the traditional non art industry, how they do creative. Of course, same thing. I think of new ideas every day. They had to try new things every day. Get rejected every day. And I'm like, oh my gosh. I mean, even the story of how WD40 product came about. Are you familiar with the WD40 products? So, it's that spray, right. You know why that name is called WD40. Brian Ardinger: I do not. Monica Kang: The reason why they named WD40 for that product was not a coincidence. It means water displacement, right? 40. Which indicates that it took 40 times to perfect that formula. Brian Ardinger: Ah. I hadn't heard that story. Monica Kang: How often are we willing to try 40 times. Hear 40 nos. Before we get to that yes. Not a lot. And I think that brings a weight. Hence to that question of what can we do every day, is that it's building the routine. As I learned about these daily routines of all these famous people of what they've had to do every day. Learning about stories like WD40, that how many attempts that people had to try.And my day-to-day activity, that means that I need to just make it a routine of constant learning and trying new things. And so, one activity I always share as a recommendation is like, what's a five minute time that you can always block to do something different. Or to do something intentionally differently.So maybe it's that, okay, if you always commute somewhere, could you try a different commute, maybe at least two or three times when you're not in a rush hour. Maybe you take a different path. Maybe it's that you take the same commute, but you'll listen to different music. Or maybe you'll listen to different podcasts. Maybe you're going to listen to this one time and then another podcast. Maybe it's that you actually take a silent ride sometimes. Just like Pink. Even though that looks like a naive, like how is that going to make me more creative? By making that simple decision, you're letting your mind wander in different ways. And explore different things. Which gets into the practice of thinking differently. Which is the essence of creativity to get to innovation and all these new ideas.So, to get to that WD40 product, they probably had to do a lot of that, somewhat unorthodox, like somewhat unexpected things that led to that 40th idea and innovation. And so, the key of those different elements is that you have to make it a habit. And it has to also be celebrated and enjoyable, but that's why I shared the tip with like, find a routine in your day.That you can do easily. That it doesn't feel like I don't have time to do that. I don't have time. Think about your exercise. Think about your sleep hours. Hopefully everyone's sleeping well. Sleep routine, like things. When it's built-in routine, it's a little bit easier, but then you can commit and see the change over time.Brian Ardinger: I use a similar technique called Scheduling Your Senses. So, each week you think about what sense do I want to focus on? So, this week I'm going to focus on taste. And I'm going to really focus, you know, a particular time period on what I'm tasting. How does that make me feel? And so, each week you pick a different sense that you want to do, and, you know, it comes down to, like you said, changing your environment. And getting you out of the normal rut that you have. You mentioned one of the obstacles to creativity is this idea of fear. And you know, when you think about WD40, having to try 40 times. You know, I'm sure they didn't go into it saying, hey, we're going to fail 40 times. Or going in with the mindset of I'm scared that I'm going to have to try this 40 different times to get to a solution. Talk about fear and the role of creativity. And how we can overcome that fear. Because I think that's one of the major barriers to creativity. Monica Kang: I think fear is unavoidable. But I think some of the mis-notion we have is that everything always has to be fearful. And I think that's where we miss the chance to celebrate what that growth stage looks like.The act of doing something different, sometimes doesn't always have to be fearful. Me listening to a different podcast, not a fearful thing. But I'm learning new insights. Me focusing on different senses might not be fearful. As it gets to certain decision-making of like, oh, because now I focused on the taste, I realized the way we're cooking right now in this kitchen is actually not good.And I need to tell my boss about it. If the customers are unhappy. That's where the fear encourages decision is. And so, I think when we asked that question, I think we see innovation, creativity in this box of like, okay, we got to think of this new idea, and we have to present it. But actually, even before we get to that stage of fear, there's all these other elements that we built resilience and skills of thinking differently that got us there.And so, the tip that I often share is like first recognize that being creative is you got to pass the fear bridge. But when you're there, remember that, hey actually even the parts to get there, there was a lot of courage into that. And you might not have realized. It might just not have looked as scary as that bridge you're about to cross, that looks really scary. But it wasn't as easy as you thought. And actually, that street that you look back, if you turn around and literally look back at those moments, that became not as scary, because you actually built resilience. There's hemisphere of how much you can experiment has grown so much that it becomes less scary. And in fact, when you cross this bridge, now I'm going to have to tell my chef and my boss about this big, scary decision. Now, the next time you need to do that, it's no longer being as scary. So, our horizon of what we feel we can continue to do will change and evolve, which I think is the part that is so fun to realize that creativity innovation mindset, just like our physical health and muscle is not a static thing. It's going to continue to evolve. Right. Just because I exercise every day, doesn't mean that I'm healthy and I'm done. I can be even healthier. I can be more cautious and same thing with my creative thinking muscle. And think those are the nuances that we miss. Brian Ardinger: I like where you're going. You know, it's almost about how do you reframe the journey from if you think about a particular project and you think about this big project is going to make or break my career. Versus approaching it from the standpoint of like, hey, I'm going to try and experiment. Or I'm going to do this side project. And positioning it in such a way that it frames it differently so that the things that you do learn and that when you do fall down, which are inevitably going to happen. It changes the way you perceive that falling down as part of the journey rather than the journey and the outcome of the journey. Monica Kang: And one thing, Brian, if I can piggyback on that. I share this actually my book Rethink Creativity as well. That, you know, the thousand shades of fear, because one thing that I think is also key is just because I might not be scared of a certain decision, does that mean another person will feel the same way. And I think that's what's actually part of the fear. We need to talk more. And especially as leaders, many of those who's probably listening. You might actually already be here and listening to this episode because you're already pre actually pretty good with it. You're like, no, I've got a good handle of fear. What might be actually harder is actually encouraging your different people. Encouraging your different colleagues. Noticing that like wait, checking ourselves to let when that person says that that's a scary decision, am I actually empathizing and sitting with them. Or coming from the nose up and say, look, yeah, no, don't worry friend. You're going to be fine. That's not scary. And amplifying actually how we feel. And so, fear comes in different shapes, sizes, different times. Actually, the very thing that I might not be scared with one person could be the very thing I'm scared with another person or in another situation. And so it's ever changing.And so, by us having aware. Having fear simply means that we have the alertness. There's a reason why as human beings, we survive, right? We were fearful of the weather conditions. The animals attacking us. Got to protect ourselves. That's actually how we were able to thrive and still exist as an, you know, a being. So, fear isn't just always a bad thing. It's helping try to kick in to protect you. So, look out for these different cues. And I think especially as leaders, it's so key that we don't just simplify. Get rid of your fear. And like stop being fearful. Can we take the time to process it? We need to actually acknowledge all of that and actually ourselves too. Brian Ardinger: So, let's dig into that a little bit, you know. How do you design this creative workplace or workplace for all? You know, how does diversity affect creativity and how are you seeing some companies tackling that problem from an organizational perspective versus the individual perspective?Monica Kang: Well, let's first start with diversity. I think I'm really excited about going back to your very first question. Why so timely to be more creative. And I think the time is even better. We are now seeing more research. People are more aware. People want to learn. More honestly, as somebody who's specializing creative workplace building, it is an exciting time because more people are wanting to have those conversations and say help. I do want to do this. I don't know how. And so, I want to know that this is really timely because no matter what stage you are as a leader, wanting to do this. That you making a commitment and taking one step at a time is part of the thing that will help change the company. So even if that simple decision is that we're going to start doing some one-on-ones. Or we're going to start doing some team building activities at the very beginning and check-in. Actually, that might be the change in itself. That might actually be the kind of activity that your people are missing to feel the courage, to speak up. To feel psychological safety. Which is very key to ignite and creativity and opening up people's mind and feeling that what they can bring up. But if I come into the meeting room and I feel like, okay, Brian's going to be a little upset if I bring this up. Then it's one idea that I don't share. It's one problem. And Brian might be like, well, Monica might frown next time I share this, and he doesn't share one thing. Guess what? We're going to actually see, not only business consequences, but a lot of people, of course, who's going to be impacted because we stopped sharing.And so even that simple decision of like opening up could feel simple. Everyone is testing out right now. So, this good time, this is another example of the fear stopping you. Start with what you're comfortable with, which might be that simply, maybe let's read this article and talk about it. Or, hey, I learned this cool thing from this podcast that Brian and Monica were talking about. I'm inspired. Let's try this out. That could be the starting point. It doesn't always have to be like this big, humongous thing. That's going to lead to culture organization changing. So that's actually the very first tip I share with leaders to make it tangible relatable. And then two, as a result to know that this is a marathon. Yes, we want results as soon as possible for order something. I wanted to get the delivery, right. There was time and effort put in to make that process happen. And I love Simon Sinek's video, where he talks about the intensity versus consistency. He talks about the people development in the workplace. And the beautiful analogy he shares about is our brushing our tooth. If you asked me like, you know, what's the perfect formula to brush the tooth in life versus not to like prevent your mouth from having cavities. Like, I will not know the answer because, you know, maybe I skipped one day. Maybe I skipped three days. Like with that impact, is that the cause like, maybe, but we won't know. But it's the consistent that I brush my teeth every day that I keep my teeth healthy. Same thing on organizations. It's the simple moments of like, let's turn off their phones. Hey, Brian, how are you really doing. Like, oh, Monica actually, this is how I feel now that we've connected. We now open up. You know, Brian, I know we're done with the meeting, but I have this really question I want to ask you. Can I bring this up? I feel would really appreciate cause you just shared about, you know, how you feel. Now, okay. Brian, he's already right now, you're listening, but like he already stood up and like, oh, tell me more Monica. Right? The body language already brings up unconsciously. And I think he shares how it's the consistency that's key. And so again, the second tip I recommend for everyone is that no matter what, or the house solution you have for your culture and people development, the key is the consistency. Not just a one-time retreat of hurray and we're done. But what's the everyday routines that you want to embed.And so, when you even do a retreat or innovation workshop, or you invite a speaker, the question that I hope you always ask yourself, if this is what you're really committing to and what to do, because I know what you do, that's why you're listening to this episode. Think of something that you can do consistently.That is low hanging fruit. That is budget friendly, you know, got to be realistic, right? I'm not saying that you have to spend a lot of money, budget friendly. Implementable as well. And you might be surprised even in that five-minute activity in simply having rows of like no phones in the meeting. Log off. Something like that. So those are kind of tangible places I recommend.Brian Ardinger: That makes great sense. The last topic I want to talk about is the world of work is changing. Obviously. You've been in this space for pre pandemic and now through pandemic. What are some of the trends and things that you're seeing? What are some of the best practices, especially as we kind of move into this new hybrid environment that you're seeing when it comes to creativity.Monica Kang: So many, a particular point I want to highlight is actually generational. And I want to say this because when we see us wanting to express more creatively and we feel we can't. We like to figure out the cost. Right. And our consciousness is that, oh, it's because they're young. Oh, it's because they haven't worked in the company long enough.Oh, it's because they don't get my industry. There's always a, because of. I want to give the courage to recognize that instead of channeling that voice of why don't they get it the way I do. I wonder why they feel that way. I wonder why they say they don't want to get back to the office?I wonder why they say that? I feel fine. I can share all my ideas. I wonder why they say they don't feel comfortable sharing ideas? We got this fancy new office. We're doing all these breakout sessions. Instead of saying like, why are they not. Reframe that to I wonder why. And focus on the lens of listening and wanting to understand.Maybe they're going to share some stuff that you realize, whoa, like we were not ready for it. We don't know how to solve it. And that's okay too. It's not about always needed to have immediately all the answers, but let's problem solve this together. Thank you for sharing that. I had no idea that's how you feel.And part of this is them wanting to be acknowledged or appreciated and heard. And hey, ask them what they think is the best idea. They might actually have a really good idea that we completely missed out. And Brian to your question of what's changing is that more people are wanting to now finally try this. Which has always been important before. But not doing the consequence. Great resignation and even more has been greater. I think it's great that we're finally, hopefully seeing more workplaces where we make this the norm. That, of course we should understand what people want. And of course, this is hard because everyone wants something different. And sometimes we say what we want, but we don't really maybe need it.I might say I want ice cream, but maybe I shouldn't have ice cream today. Cause I already had my chocolate earlier. Right. Like we're people. It's going to be messy. But that's part of the beauty of it. Of feeling like we can bring out all our different insights. And sometimes the choice is that because we feel safe sometimes, I don't want to share out. And might just be like, okay, I just want to do work and that's it.And that's okay too. And I think part of it's like, what's the choice that you're going to make each day as a leader. As a creator. And as an innovator in your workplaces. Even if you're not in leadership for those who's listening like Monica, Brian, that's great, but what if I'm not a leader. You start with setting your boundaries. And where you want to start planting the seeds of where you can do this. So, I hope that gives an encouragement of a starting point. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: This has been fantastic. And I appreciate you giving these tactical tips that anybody within the organization can start making progress when it comes to creativity and innovation. So, I want to thank you for coming on Inside Outside Innovation. If people want to find out more about yourself or your books or your company, what's the best way to do that?Monica Kang: Find me in any of the platforms. I'm on most of the social media platforms, but you know, connect with me on LinkedIn at Monica H Kang. K A N G. And then also follow us at InnovatorsBox. I also recommend the book as well. I think you'll enjoy it. And if you go actually to my book's website, for both of them, we have a lot of free worksheets and tools. Also because of our mission to make creativity, culture, and leadership accessible, we have a lot of free resources and tools. Including some of these topics. So, if you can't find it just simply email me, let me know. And also in some tools in Korean and other languages as well, because we want to make this globally accessible. So, we also make music as well, because not everyone's a reader or workshop person. You can find us at InnovatorsBox studios, where we create music to inspire creativity. Brian Ardinger: Thanks, Monica. I really do appreciate you coming on the show and look forward to continuing the conversation in the years to come.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company. For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.
Welcome to a special cross-over episode of the podcast. We're taking a break for the week and bringing you a great conversation Michael had on The Voice of Retail podcast with best-selling author Dan Pink. Dan believes that regret is our most misunderstood emotion.In his quest to reclaim the power of regret as a force for good, Dan has written a breakthrough book, The Power Of Regret, which speaks to regret as a critical component of human existence. This emotion prompts us to look backwards to clarify how we want to move forwards. I loved the book, enjoyed the interview, and appreciate Dan's remarkable take on regret and I'm delighted to share it with you.And don't forget, if you live in the US or Canada you can get the Kindle version of my book Remarkable Retail: How to Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Digital Disruption for just $1.99 for a very limited time. Just head on over to Amazon.We'll be back next week with our regularly scheduled show.But for now, let's listen to Michael's interview with Dan Pink.Michael's first interview with Dan About Daniel PinkDaniel H. Pink is the author of several provocative, bestselling books about business, work, creativity, and behavior.His books include:When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing unlocks the scientific secrets to good timing to help you flourish at work, at school, and at home. When spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list. It was also a Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestseller. Several outlets (including Amazon, iBooks, and Goodreads) named it one of the best non-fiction books of 2018. It is being translated into 33 languages.To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, which uses social science to offer a fresh look at the art and science of sales. To Sell is Human was a #1 bestseller on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post lists and has been translated into 34 languages. More than a dozen outlets, from Amazon.com to The Washington Post, selected it as one of the best books of the year. It also won the American Marketing Association's Berry Book Prize as the year's best book on marketing.Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, which draws on 50 years of behavioral science to overturn the conventional wisdom about human motivation. Along with being a Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, and Publishers Weekly bestseller, Drive spent 159 weeks on the New York Times (main and extended) bestseller lists. A national bestseller in Japan and the United Kingdom, the book has been translated into 40 languages.A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future, which charts the rise of right-brain thinking in modern economies and describes the six abilities individuals and organizations must master in an outsourced, automated age. A Whole New Mind was on the New York Times (main and extended) bestseller lists for 96 weeks over four years. It has been a Freshman Read at several U.S. colleges and universities. In 2008, Oprah Winfrey gave away 4,500 copies of the book to Stanford University's graduating class when she was the school's commencement speaker.The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You'll Ever Need, the first American business book in the Japanese comic format known as manga and the only graphic novel ever to become a BusinessWeek bestseller. Illustrated by award-winning artist Rob Ten Pas, The Adventures of Johnny Bunko was named an American Library Association best graphic novel for teens.Free Agent Nation: The Future of Working for Yourself, a Washington Post bestseller that Publishers Weekly says “has become a cornerstone of employee-management relations.” In 2013, the U.S. Department of Labor and the Library of Congress selected Free Agent Nation as one of 100 Books That Shaped Work in America.Pink was host and co-executive producer of “Crowd Control,” a television series about human behavior on the National Geographic Channel that aired in more than 100 countries. He has appeared frequently on NPR, PBS, ABC, CNN, and other TV and radio networks in the US and abroad.He has been a contributing editor at Fast Company and Wired as well as a business columnist for The Sunday Telegraph. His articles and essays have also appeared in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The New Republic, Slate, and other publications. He was also a Japan Society Media fellow in Tokyo, where he studied the country's massive comic industry.Before venturing out on his own 20 years ago, Dan worked in several positions in politics and government, including serving from 1995 to 1997 as chief speechwriter to Vice President Al Gore.He received a BA from Northwestern University, where he was a Truman Scholar and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and a JD from Yale Law School. He has also received honorary doctorates from Georgetown University, the Pratt Institute, the Ringling College of Art and Design, the University of Indianapolis, and Westfield State University.Pink and his wife live in Washington, DC. They are the parents of two recent college graduates and a college freshman.Buy the book: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/the-power-of-regret-how/9780735210653-item.html?ikwid=the+power+of+regret&ikwsec=Home&ikwidx=0#algoliaQueryId=6502f49431a758699c7276ecce7d1ae6Our previous interview on The Voice of Retail : https://the-voice-of-retail.simplecast.com/episodes/tal-zvi-nathanel-ceo-of-showfields-and-dan-pink-nyt-best-selling-author-share-their-insights-on-retail-experience-working-and-adapting-in-the-covid-19-ear About UsSteve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his website. The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a Forbes senior contributor and on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel here.Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks , The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois and now in its second season, Conversations with CommerceNext! You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn. Be sure and check out Michael's latest venture for fun and influencer riches - Last Request Barbecue, his YouTube BBQ cooking channel!
Kandi Burruss steps Behind The Rope. RHOA Legend, Kandi Burruss that is. Only three episodes into the new season, Kandi is here to chat about RHOA, Season Fourteen. How did we get here? Kandi reflects upon on her time thought the past thirteen seasons on one of Bravo's top rated franchises, reflects upon heavy hitters who have come and gone - Nene, Cynthia, Porsha, Kim Zolciak and chats those who have enjoyed a shorter tenure - Eva, Claudia, Shamari, Kim Fields. Speaking of Season Fourteen, Kandi chats all the season's upcoming drama we can expect from Kenya, Shereé (welcome back), Drew, Marlo (congrats on the peach) and newbie Sanya and we are so here for it. Being an actual bona fide musical superstar who has written songs, not only for her supergroup Xscape, but the likes of N'Sync, Destiny's Child & Pink, to name a few, we had to chat Housewives' songs - Countess Lu, Kenya Moore, Melissa Gorga, Kim Z and the budding musical career of one Candiace Dillard and get Kandi's professional opinion! Finally, we break down Kandi's other reality TV creds - Kandi and The Gang, The Masked Singer - spoiler alert, she won!, and Celebrity Big Brother before spilling more tea on this already epic season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. @kandi @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: RELIEFBAND - www.reliefband.com (20% off Plus Free Shipping. Use Code VELVET) LEMONADA MEDIA “BEING Trans” - (Out Now Wherever You Get Your Podcasts) ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Original Air Date: September 13, 2019 Ash Couture is an entrepreneur, business coach, instructor, founder of Rich Girl University, and owner of Pink Halo Hair Boutique. Pink Halo Hair provides premium virgin luxury lace wigs and hair extensions, while Rich Girl University is an online school with a mission to teach women how to make money and create a life they love. On this week's episode, Ash and I talk about overcoming adversity, turning your dreams into action, and Ash's own journey as an entrepreneur, which started in her college dorm room. Ash specializes in helping entrepreneurs map their dream life, create a six-figure business, market like a boss, build an authentic brand, and master the financial side of their business. You can follow her work on Instagram @ iamashcouture, @pinkhalohairboutique, and @richgirluniversity. tomearl.me/tptin
For this episode of Amazing Wildlife, we're taking a trip to the highest peak of the Galapagos Islands where a unique reptile calls home. The Galapagos Pink Iguana is so special that it was officially classified as its own species in 2009. Sadly, there are an estimated 200 to 300 remaining in nature. Hosts Rick and Ebone touch on the several obstacles young pink iguanas face in order to survive and disclose interesting facts about this critically endangered species. Later, Dr. Glen Gerber, a San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance scientist in population sustainability joins the show to explain his role to produce new solutions to improve conservation efforts for reptile species. If you have a question for Amazing Wildlife you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to hear it on the show! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A common label in the lifestyle is service sub. But what is a service sub? What does it mean to serve? Service submission is a lot more complicated than people realize. We discuss exactly what is meant by service, the different types of service and why people would want to serve. Visit us at pinkkinkpodcast.com Affiliates - SireDonLeather.com (use code PINKKINK to save 10% on your order) Leatheretc.com (use code PINKKINK to save 10% on your order and free shipping on orders over $50) BDSMandPolyOutlet (use code PINK to save 10% on your order) Check us out on Instagram, Twitter and FetLife at pinkkinkpodcast Check us out on Tik Tok at thepinkkinkpodcast Join our Facebook group - Pink Kink Podcast Join our subreddit - r/PinkKinkPodcast Help support us at Patreon.com/Pinkkinkpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pinkkink/message
Hear ye! Hear ye! The event of all events: The Met Gala was here, and we need to take a step back and celebrate fashion's biggest night! Get our latest episode now! Never heard of the Met Gala? Ever been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City? Doesn't matter. All you need to know is that this is THE celebrity event of the year featuring the most outrageous costumes and looks curated by top designers, which raises money for the The Met's Costume Institute each year. If you want to see all the outfits? Please head over to Holly's Pinterest board and follow along! No matter your movie career, income bracket, or societal stature, it's the coolest of the cool kids that get to go. As exclusive as it is political, to be invited is somewhat equal to being invited to a ball hosted by royalty. You just don't say no. You show up, with bells on. Literally. The theme this year was centered around the “Gilded Age” in American Fashion, focusing on New York's elite in the last decades of the 19th Century, around 1870 to 1900. Think white ties, large hair with hats to match, opera gloves dresses to the floor, and very tightly nipped corsets galore. So, join Holly and Nolan this week to see who understood the assignment, and who forgot their homework. They have graded the papers, and the results are in: A+ Awards: Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds were the co-chairs of this year's Gala. As such, Blake pulled off an epic dress reveal for her arrival on the Met steps, where gala assistants untied the bow of her shimmery rose gold strapless gown by Atelier Versace to reveal a bright blue-green train underneath. Her rose gold opera gloves also changed to blue-green, with her colors paying homage to New York City architecture, her crown paying homage to the Statue of Liberty, and the golden dress design symbolizing the Empire State Building. We. Are. Not. Worthy. Anna Wintour, the Queen of All Fashion, wore a colorful ensemble Chanel which featured a feather-embellished cape, and a long matching skirt that flowed down to the ground. Of course, her outfit was gorgeous, and she even swapped out her classic sunglasses for a TIARA– which she owns! But Nolan is just bored with her same dress profile year after year. Sarah Jessica Parker, as always, was our star student with extra credit and the teacher's pet. Her dramatic Christopher John Rodgers ball gown and exaggerated hat proved she understood the assignment again this year. Probably Nolan's favorite of the night was Bee Carrozzini Shaffer (Anna Wintour's daughter) in in a dramatic, lacy black Alexander McQueen gown. Elegant with a capital E! And Kaia Gerber in Alexander McQueen. She was straight out of a fairy tale. Holly has just become the president of the Winnie Harlow Fan Club. Winnie looked like an absolute angel. Like from heaven. She wore a whimsical white tulle creation by Iris Van Herpen with an amazing headpiece. No one does the Met Gala like Iris van Herpen. No. One. Michelle Yeoh: The epitome of GORGEOUS, and totally age appropriate, she wore a green upcycled silk-faille gown by Prabal Gurung. The piece featured a sharply draped bodice with an off-the-shoulder silhouette, complete with a sweeping skirt with a fluted hem. The elegant ensemble was finished with a dramatic matching cape. Amplifying the glamour of Yeoh's outfit was a show-stopping diamond and pearl Tasaki statement necklace — also designed by Gurung. Thank you, Madame! A++ Alicia Keys in Ralph Lauren. She looked BEYOND in a NYC skyline cape and gown. TO DIE FOR. Another love: Lizzo (and her flute!) in Thom Brown. That Coat! Nolan wants to wear it to Whole Foods. He wants to wear it to the bodega. He wants to wear it everywhere. It took 32,000 man hours to make that coat, and we are here to celebrate it! Awkwafina arrived in a custom Gucci salmon pink and multicolor tulle puff sleeve dress. Holly says she has never looked better! Cardi B. “Goes for the Gold” in Versace– and was very well dressed. Holly loves, not Nolan's thing. The gown was wrapped in Versace gold chains and coins. La La Anthony in an off-the-shoulder burgundy gown: What was the symbolism with her outfit? Holly didn't like it, Nolan said they may be more to the backstory, but these two just could not agree. And speaking of not agreeing, our hosts spend WAY too much time discussing Kacey Musgraves' floor-length Prada gown that featured jeweled embellishments and a low-cut bodice that was adorned with a bow. Musgraves completed her look with black satin gloves, an ostrich fan and plenty of jewels, including a stunning diamond necklace. Holly LOVED!! Who forgot to do to the homework? Billie Eilish opted for a pale green and cream Gucci corset gown, crystal-adorned black choker, and a messy-chic updo. Nolan thinks the color is terrible. And thinks it looks too prostitute-y. That being said, he thinks it is the best she has looked in a long time. She seemed confident what she was wearing. He liked that she was wearing something with a lot of shape and structure and still felt confident and it made him happy for her because he hopes that now she'll be a little bit more confident in herself. What did Holly think? “She looked like she was a madam and an 1800s whorehouse.” Allllrighty then! Kylie Jenner made Nolan want to run into oncoming traffic. It was just so bad, in so many ways. “It looks like a sad mix between the bride with no budget and bad taste. A 1950s nurse.” Just no. Except, it was so bad, it was good! It was so bad that it has it has sparked a million memes. They are hysterical and all over Instagram and that makes up for how bad that outfit was. It was insulting. NOTE: If you want to honor the late Virgil Abloh of OFF WHITE, you wear one of his great dresses. Not that trainwreck. Period. Camila Cabello in Atelier Prabal Gurung. Nolan says no to the dress. Holly says it looked like a confetti cake with skittles inside. Emma Stone wearing a white knee-length flapper-style dress by Louis Vuitton. Did she draw the Louis Vuitton short straw? Anderson.Paak – no bowl haircuts, please. Ever. Emma Corrin from the Crown in a Miu Miu oversized jacket and shorts with a top hat. Not elegant. Kourtney Kardashian in Thom Browne. She had no clue what the theme was and said so on national TV. RUDE. And the outfit she wore was completely wrong for her body type. Major FASHION CRIME!! And - what about the trend to have influencers invited to this prestigious event? Is it ok, or no? Nolan simply says: “Go Home.” Nolan had an interesting take on Shawn Mendes, that may or may not have anything to do with the Gilded Age or Met Gala, but he muses: How long are we pretending Shawn Mendes is straight? We mean…. Really. And OMG: Glenn Close in pink Valentino! We mean PINK! Wow, she killed it, AND got the assignment. Okay, we talked smack about just everybody. If you want to SEE all these outfits, head over to Holly's Pinterest board and you can judge for yourself. FASHION CRIMES PODCAST “The Best Fashion Friend You Never Knew You Needed” www.fashioncrimespodcast.com
I'm honored to be joined by Dr. Carol Burton, who is a reproductive biologist practicing clinical embryology. Her active research interests span reproductive biology, from basic embryology to cutting edge artificial intelligence applications for IVF. She is the founder of ARTCompass, which is a free open source image based embryology survey tool, and she is the recent author of The Thin Pink Line: Regulating Reproduction. Her book is truly all about empowering people by educating them about present-day drivers of access, structural inequality, and quality of care issues in reproduction. I am glad that Dr. Burton is bringing them to light so we can address them and change things. No discussion of infertility would be complete without this discussion. Read the full article on Dr. Aimee's website. Do you have questions about IVF?Click here to join Dr. Aimee for The IVF Class. The next live class call is on Monday, May 16, 2022 at 4pm PST, where Dr. Aimee will explain IVF and there will be time to ask her your questions live on Zoom. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Mallory Finch is a 25 year old woman that does it all! She goes to school, works, owns her own jewelery store @shopthepinkrose and has an interview based podcast @makeitknownwithmal. She is busy and likes it that way! Pink is her signature color and she is incredibly girly but you can catch her watching various anime's and the Flash on any given Saturday night. She is extremely passionate about protecting the unborn. Her favorite verses are Proverbs 31:8-9 and she has dedicated her life to them. GUEST WEBSITE: https://www.thoseothergirls.com/mallory
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This week we're celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with our guest Quynh Nguyen, Founder of Pink and Posey, The Posey Box, and Co-Founder of Paper Talk Podcast! Learn more about Quynh Nguyen below: Pink and Posey The Posey Box Podcast Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube ∗∗∗∗∗∗ Interested in signing up for Kajabi? SIGN UP NOW If you enjoyed the podcast please leave a review and rating to help inspire more online entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. Your review will help create more Kajabi Heroes. Share this episode on social media & tag us to get a shoutout on the show: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Interested in being a guest on the podcast to share your Kajabi journey with the world? SIGN UP FOR OUR GUEST LIST!
Today we are getting behind the mic with Leah Helbrecht, also known as Off the Clock Nurse on IG and the creative behind offtheclock blog! Leah is a former operating room travel nurse, current SANE nurse, and content creator on IG, TikTok, and her blog. She has been working as a nurse for the past 13 years working in ortho/trauma, the operating room, travel nursing, travel nurse recruiter, nurse advice line, and currently admissions/discharge nurse and forensic nurse/sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE nurse) and is bringing all the Cellfie girlie energy today. She is going to be opening up to us about her experiences in forensic nursing, neurological responses to trauma, and sexual assault nursing. This is a very heavy topic that we know is so important to talk about. What happens when we experience traumas? What is the process for sexual assault examination? How can we help people we care about through this process? Disclaimer: The following stories contain references to sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. National Domestic Abuse hotline # 1-800-799-7233 National Sexual assault hotline #1-800-656-4673 https://www.forensicnurses.org/ (IAFN forensic nurses ) https://www.rainn.org/ (RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) ) https://www.uchealth.org/professionals/education-programs/colorado-sexual-assault-program/ (University of CO SANE Nursing program ) https://www.plancpills.org/ (@PlanCPills) https://www.aclu.org/ (ACLU Learn more and Support ) https://www.nursestakedc.com/ (Nurses Take DC) Netflix: Unbelievable Maid Hulu: (Documentaries) Trafficked I was a Child Bride: The Untold Story Books: Invisible Bruises: What we don't know about domestic violence can kill us -Rachel Louise Snyder The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in Healing of Trauma - Bassel van der kolk To connect with Leah clickhttps://www.instagram.com/ryannpdatsme/ ( )https://www.instagram.com/offtheclocknurse/ (HERE) To connect with Tori click https://www.instagram.com/nurse.tori_/ (HERE) To connect with Sam click https://www.instagram.com/heysamanthaa/ (HERE) To connect with Cellfie Show click https://www.instagram.com/cellfie_podcast/ (HERE) Rate and Review the Show to Claim your Cellfie Swag Bag! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cellfie-show/id1500843605 (HERE) https://www.cellfiepodcast.com/ (Cellfie Show ) https://www.cellfiepodcast.com/shop-1 (Cellfie Podcast Merch) Produced by: Tori + Sam THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY HYDROJUG (Code CELLFIE) 10% OFF Join the HYDRO movement! The HydroJug is designed to help you drink more and stay hydrated! It holds ½ gallon of water, so you won't be wasting your time re-filling your water bottle. The wide-mouth opening makes it easy for you to clean, add supplements, or ice. The HydroJug comes in stainless steel, glass, or high-grade BPA-free dishwasher-safe plastic and a variety of colors from Mint, Pink, Lavender, and more. With the wide mouth, you can fill it with ice with no problem and wash it out easily too! https://www.thehydrojug.com/discount/Cellfie (CLICK HERE) THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY CELLFIE STUDIOS MAXIMIZE YOUR NURSING PROFESSION This 28-page eBook is a digital download that provides you with NURSE PRO TIPS to help you land that dream job! This is a fully loaded guide complete with the strategies to help you master your job application and interview process. We cover all of the juicy details to help you perfect the art of interviewing. https://payhip.com/CellfieStudiosLLC (THE COMPLETE NURSE INTERVIEW GUIDE TO LAND YOUR DREAM JOB! )
When you see tiny pink dumbbells, what is your first thought? While these tiny pink dumbbells can have their utility in the world of post-rehab or muscular endurance, the marketing messages surrounding these hand weights are incredibly problematic. In today's episode, my good friend Nikki Naab-Levy and I are breaking down the problem with the overall message surrounding tiny pink dumbbells in fitness marketing. Key Takeaways If You Are Sick of Seeing Tiny Pink Dumbbells, You Should: Remember that just because you are a woman it does not mean you are not capable or are too fragile to be strong Stop worrying about getting bulky or comparing yourself to people on Instagram Find your weight sweet spot and focus on using an adequate amount of weight that is right for you Calling Out Problematic Marketing with Nikki Naab-Levy Nikki Naab-Levy is a strength and nutrition coach who has been involved in multiple arenas in the fitness industry for the last 17 years. She helps women move, build strength, improve mobility, move beyond injury, and find a sustainable approach to nutrition. She is passionate about having the unscripted and messy conversations necessary to help women get stronger and call attention to the problematic marketing in the world of fitness and beyond. Pink Is Not the Problem There is nothing wrong with expressing your femininity and working out in a way that suits you. However, you need to ask yourself if your tool fits the application. We all have the autonomy to decide how we want to lift weights or exercise; the problem comes when we allow marketers to lie to women about how they can achieve their goals using insufficient methods. Strength training, real strength training, is all about using smart programming and an appropriate amount of weight to get stronger over time, not ‘to get toned and flexible' by using weights designed to keep women in a small mindset. The Weaponization of Femininity The marketing of tiny pink dumbbells says that women shouldn't get too bulky and that they need to lift petite things because they are fragile. This is simply not true, and this brainwashing keeps women from experiencing their full abilities and capacities for getting stronger. The weaponization of femininity has a range of negative implications that we are honestly just sick of. If your goal is to get progressively stronger over time, you need to take a step back and analyze the messages that are being directed toward you as a woman who lifts. How do you believe the marketing of fitness impacts your decisions regarding your routine? Share your thoughts with me in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode What is really behind the marketing of tiny pink dumbbells (9:12) Why we need to stop lying to women about how they can achieve their fitness desires (15:14) How to address a lack of lifting results and find your weight sweet spot (20:41) The difference between something that makes you stronger and strength training (27:23) Unpack the implication behind the messaging of tiny pink dumbbells (39:25) Quotes “It is amazing that we live in a day and age where tiny pink dumbbells need an entire podcast conversation, but they do! Because they are so prevalent in marketing and the marketing in what they can and cannot do for you in no way matches the reality of what you would actually want to use them for.” (7:21) “Strength is a continuum. There is a lot of confusion about what you are trying to achieve and what is the best use of the thing that you are doing.” (21:05) “Scratch below the surface of why you are buying something or why you are following someone or why you are doing something, because there is underlying science and utility in each of the modalities, and if you are going to choose something, choose something that actually has an application.” (38:32) “When we make choices for ourselves, we need to step back and be logical and look beyond the marketing, I think that is my whole thing. The tiny pink dumbbell is fine, it can have its utility, just stop calling it strength training and stop saying it will make you toned because it freakin won't.” (39:15) “I still have capabilities that go far beyond what I thought I could do when I was in the box of the tiny pink dumbbell when I was in the world of the tiny pink dumbbell.” (44:36) Featured on the Show Join Strength Nutrition Unlocked Nikki Naab-Levy Website Results Not Typical Podcast Strength for Hypermobility Free Resources Follow Nikki on Instagram Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes! Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes LTYB 358: Hypermobility, Pain and Strength Training with Nikki Naab-Levy
Whiskey & Harmony was established in 2013. The band was started by husband and wife Sarah Hauge and Craig Hauge they added two new members this year, Matt Phelan and Aaron Allan! Music ranging from Miranda Lambert, Janis Joplin, Frankie Valley, Elvis, Pink, Tom Petty, Chris Stapleton, Amy Winehouse, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Johnny Cash, Vance Joy, Carrie Underwood, and many more top 40 songs.
This week, We talk life, Mother's Day, George Perez RIP, Moon Knight finale, Green Wing, unlimited internet, Mt Dew Purple Thunder, Goldfish Old Bay flavor, @LiquidDeath, THE QoftheW, and more! Salty Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/saltylanguagepods Our Patreon: Patreon.com/saltylanguage Links: 1. George Perez died https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/george-perez-icomic-book-artist-wonder-woman-dead-obit-1350368/ 2. Mountain Dew Purple Thunder https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/mtn-dew-new-flavor-purple-thunder 3. Goldfish Old Bay flavored crackers https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/goldfish-old-bay-boldest-cracker-flavor 4. Gatorgum https://the-foods-we-loved.fandom.com/wiki/Gatorgum 5. Sharkfest https://whatsondisneyplus.com/national-geographics-sharkfest-returning-to-disney-this-summer/ QoftheW: What are the best midnight snacks? Subscribe / rate / review us on Apple Podcasts! Visit us at: saltylanguage.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/salty-language/id454587072?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3GnINOQglJq1jedh36ZjGC iHeart Radio: http://www.iheart.com/show/263-Salty-Language/ Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ixozhhniffkdkgfp33brnqolvte https://www.twitch.tv/damd1rtyape https://www.tiktok.com/@saltylanguage facebook.com/saltylanguage @salty_language / email@example.com http://salty.libsyn.com/webpage / http://www.youtube.com/user/SaltyLanguagePod Instagram: SaltyLanguage Reddit: r/saltylanguage Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/salty-language tangentboundnetwork.com Share with your friends!
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We're baaack! This week, we're going on a micro-mini-roadtrip to Harriet Beecher Stowe's House in Cincinnati and talking about one of one of her most baffling books - Pink & White Tyranny (great band name, btw). We can't tell if this novel is a Mansfield Park fanfic or response to Wuthering Heights. Listen in and let us know! Spoilers ahead!
Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Matt Stephens on the streets of Budapest following the Grande Partenza of the 2022 Giro d'Italia where Mathieu van der Poel lived up to his pre-race favourite status to win the opening stage and secure the pink jersey.The pair discuss their favourites to finish in Pink in Verona where Great Britain's Simon Yates is Matt's favourite to bring home the goods for BikeExchange–Jayco. The legendary do also catch up on the highlights of the season so far as the Bradley Wiggins Show has had a little break, but is back with a bang.And of course, the focus had to come to Mark Cavendish, where you can hear real-time the pair realise just how much of a legend the sprinter is, but will he be going to the Tour de France?And it wouldn't be a pod on the Giro without the love for Italy's signature grand tour oozing from the duo, where Matt tells the story of the time he beat Marco Pantani.Brought to you by Zwift, where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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This week, the gals double-check their bookkeeping while chatting about a unique form of embezzlement. Topics include suspicious horse habits, a convenient sewer reserve account, and America's favorite aspirational homemaker. Pour a glass of Stoller Family Estate Pinot Noir Rosé, count your horses, and tune in for Pink Collar Crimes. For a full list of show sponsors, visit: https://wineandcrimepodcast.com/sponsors/