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Clayton Murphy is the 2021 US National Champ at 800m, Bronze Medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics, two-time Olympian, and just plain fast. He's run 1:42 for 800m and 3:51 for the mile. We chat about his performances and experience at the 2016 Rio Olympics and 2020 Tokyo Olympics, his 2021 season, how he trains, and 2022 racing plans. Of course, we also have plenty of lighthearted banter in there about beef with Centro, racing Devon Allen in 300m, being a wine connoisseur, board games, starting his YouTube channel, being married to another Olympian (Ariana Washington), college and Labadie stories, and more. Follow @ClaytonMurphy on the Insta. Watch the video version on Spotify or on YouTube: https://youtu.be/DxHafvTRXj4 Help us grow the show: Sauce us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Use code CROBERTSON20 for 20% Off at Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Topics: Intro 0:00 Who would win in 300m race: Devon Allen vs Clayton Murphy? 6:56 800m Championship Racing Strategy 8:11 Haters Counting Clayton out in 2021 before the US Olympics Trials 10:20 Researching competitors before races 12:40 Reflection on Tokyo Olympics 800m and 2021 season 14:30 Rio Olympics 21:20 When Clayton realized professional running was a possibility 23:00 2022 racing plans 25:10 Clayton's YouTube channel 26:15 Training with Donavan Brazier or Bryce Hoppel 33:54 Being Married to another Olympian 37:50 Gaming and board games 40:00 Wine 44:50 Trading cards, shoes, Kobe 52:45 Custom spikes 54:20 Short shorts vs half tights 55:10 Story behind the hole in the wall at his college house 58:00 Beer mile and other challenges 1:01:05 Beef with Centro 1:04:00 Labadie stories 1:04:50 Words of wisdom 1:07:35 Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club Follow Chris on Strava Follow Chris on Instagram Follow Adam on Strava Follow Adam on Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
Are you interested in producing television shows or films? Researching and learning from top producers is a great way to gain knowledge on the ways you can take action towards producing.Thom Beers is a writer and producer with an incredibly impressive resume. He has produced some of the top television shows such as Deadliest Catch, Storage Wars, Bering Sea Gold, and many more. Thom has also worked as a voice-over artist with narrator credits for Storage Wars, and 1000 Ways to Die.In this episode, Thom and I talk about his impressive career as a writer and producer. Thom tells inspiring, fascinating, and humorous stories about his career and the production process. You will learn how Thom worked his way into producing television shows, the processes it takes to produce a show, the most challenging show he has produced, what his advice is for aspiring producers, and so much more. Whether you want to be a producer in Hollywood or not, Thom's insights are a wealth of wisdom. Tune in to Episode 45 of Hollywood Dream Maker to learn from Thom Beers about producing top television shows in Hollywood! In This Episode You Will Learn:How Thom began writing and producing (10:21)The story of Thom's best pitch (19:30)The creation of Storage Wars (23:23)The most challenging show Thom has produced (27:20)Thom's advice for his younger self (42:49) Connect with Thom Beers IMDbInstagram Let's Connect: Manhattan Actor Studio Website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Podcasters who are consistent and focused on creating content for their episodes are the ones who succeed in the industry. Learn and be entertained by guest Marty Ray and know how to handle your show and be amazingly determined! WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Importance of format and entertainment Entertainment is key “fast five” Ways to make an entertaining show Researching background and guest information Two Reasons to banking episodes RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Podbean All About Dat Beard (All About That Bass Parody) | Marty Ray Project ABOUT MARTY RAY Marty Ray is a singer-songwriter who also does all of his own music independently. He has 1.2 million fans and over 200 million views across social media platforms. Marty Ray started a podcast in 2007 and had it for a couple of years before restarting it in 2020. He is an indie artist, songwriter, and podcaster who will always be independent. CONNECT WITH MARTY Website: Marty Ray Project Podcast: The Marty Ray Project: Chats on Apple CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams!
This week on the Panjwai Podcast we speak to our very first Civilian who served and worked in Panjwai. Matt was a DOD Researcher, a Department of the Army GS employee tasked with detailing the ins and outs of culture, politics and government in Panjwai. Matt talks to us about his training for the program, his time attached to conventional forces at Masum Ghar and throughout the horn, and his time attached the the Special Forces AOB at the Panjwai District Center. Matt offers a brilliant insight as a civilian working and living in a foreign land surrounded by the military who he supported. --------------------------------- The views expressed by the guests and hosts of this podcast do not represent the views of the Department of Defense or United States Government. ——————————————— Also Available on: Apple: https://buff.ly/3gTXet9 Spotify: https://buff.ly/2Kx6cjR Google: https://buff.ly/3b29R4z Podbean: https://buff.ly/2WoN0aF iHeartRadio: https://buff.ly/3nc5Wo1 Check out the video version of the podcast at : https://www.youtube.com/thepanjwaipodcast For maps, photos and more information about Panjwai go to : https://www.thepanjwaipodcast.com/about-panjwai You can donate and support the podcast on Patreon for as little as $3.00 a month. visit www.patreon.com/thepanjwaipodcast to learn more. Direct donations can also be sent via venmo @thepanjwaipodcast Be sure to like, follow, and/or subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Youtube, TuneIn, Amazon Music and many more. visit www.thepanjwaipodcast.com/listen for more information. Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepanjwaipodcast Instagram: @thepanjwaipodcast Twitter: @panjwaipodcast --------------------------------
Colm Kelleher, a biochemist, managed the day to day operations of the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program of the U. S. government, though a contract given to the Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies. He is co-author (with George Knapp) of Hunt for The Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Remote Ranch in Utah. … Continue reading "Researching the Paranormal with Colm Kelleher"
Do you feel awkward or uncomfortable dancing without a pole? Even though you know how to move, you don't feel like you know how to "flow"? Improving your flow can not only help your pole journey but also help your overall movement in life. This week Steph and Renee uncover... all things flow with Marlo Fisken the owner of Flow Movement! Marlo helps us understand the difference between flow (with a little f) and Flow (with a big F) and how these can be incorporated into your own pole training. We discuss the importance of feeling safe, being mindful, and exploring all the movements your body has never experienced before. This episode is jam-packed with great chat AND great tips. Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chat with you and do a "tell us" segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
for 10 minutes every morning:To get rid of that fear.How you start your morning determines how your day goes.Being happy being productive is being in control of your life.It has nothing to do with when you get up. But how do you get up?You must have a morning routine. If not, your brain sets up priorities before you even put yourself first.Then Refresh your routine.The most effective morning routine is that you do it every morning.Everybody needs to customize their morning routine.For instance, I start my morning routine with interval training, so that my brain awakes and gets fit to think.In the morning you start to think about how you will realize your goals.If the dream is too big the dream paralyzes you. Chunk it down. Shrink it down.The first step is that you set mini-goals that lead to the big goal.Think about your goal or dreams that you want to realize.Do yourResearching,Preparing, And Learning in the morning.You spend 10 to 15 minutes to accomplish your mini-goal.And so, you don't feel overwhelmed.So, it frees up your mind of the fear…Do one small thing a day in the morning for your goal.Then you feel momentum you have mastered the art of starting. And master the art of continuing doing.It is all about the little progress you make every day.In addition, do the visualization that works, most don't work.Only to write down the goals, vision boards and you don't do it.That doesn't work.You have to visualize yourself doing the steps to get there after the UCLA research.Visualize every step that you are taking to get there…And you allow yourself to feel the emotions associated with it.You make your vision board. And you visualize every day to do the steps to get there.Feel the emotions that you will feel.As you're doing those things…Feel pride exciting. My video: Billionaires do this https://youtu.be/f9oUQqcltFEMy audio: https://divinesuccess.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/Podcast1/Billionairesdothis.mp3
Show Notes**** In this episode, we talk about the realities, and challenges faced by today's University students, and professors. Are professors paid enough? Are there too many students today? How can education improve? Dr. Elaine Beaulieu joins me to explore these topics, and share her experience, and opinions, on the topic! (0:01:02) Beyond the Test Tube, research and the Faculty of Science. (0:01:37) Switching to innovation in education: The why and the how. (0:04:04) Working as a researcher: The PhD and PostDoc. (0:06:55) Science lecturers vs Tenured professors in academia. (0:08:30) Tenure: Why it is still the goal. (0:10:48) The hierarchy of academia and adjunct professors in science. (0:13:35) Being a professor: Is it a good choice for a career? (0:15:45) Post-Secondary education funding in Ontario and PhDs in science. (0:17:59) Canada: Not enough funding for science and education. (0:19:34) Job stability and contracts. (0:22:18) PhDs and PostDocs in other countries vs Canada. (0:25:08) Professorship: A vocation. (0:28:53) Studying science and the challenges for students today. (0:31:10) We are all different: The need for flexibility and micro credentials. (0:34:15) Preparing the students: A need for a new design. (0:37:47) Finding the right balance: Applying what is learned. (0:39:55) The peripheral needs: A necessity in the workplace. (0:42:15) Universities vs Colleges. (0:43:55) Developing new programs for a new world: Turning the machine around. (0:46:55) Teaching online: A mixed experience for students. (0:49:11) Being tough and knowing when to back off. (0:50:35) Coddling and its aftereffects. (0:51:23) Designing policy to be flexible: The muffin comparison. (0:53:13) Being partners in education. (0:56:28) Readiness for work: Not all on the university. (0:58:15) Universities: The need to move away from being the gatekeeper. (1:00:03) Security issues and new ideas. (1:02:30) The public perception of universities and the importance of outreach. (1:05:19) Public lectures and gatherings: How do you market it? (1:07:51) Science communication: The importance of presentation. (1:10:01) Debunking pseudoscience, social media and animation. (1:11:20) Elitism in science and science communication. (1:13:33) Building trust with the community. (1:15:15) When logic goes out the window: Researching falsities. (1:17:15) Analyzing what's real. (1:18:20) Communicating to teach: Entertain me. Follow Dr. Beaulieu on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elainebeaulieu2 Beyond the Test Tube podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-test-tube-a-science-podcast/id1544148414 Visit Planet B612 on the web: http://planetb612.fm/ Follow Planet B612 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetB612fm Support Planet B612 on Patreon: https://patreon.com/juliesworld
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My guests this week are Nancy Zeffman and Eileen Willett, co-founders of Cucumber Clothing. Their brand offers luxury, cooling, sustainable clothing and nightwear for women. After meeting at school gates 20 years ago, they became friends and started Cucumber four years ago. They wanted create clothes for busy women who wanted luxurious, everyday clothes without having to wear sky-high heels and uncomfortable garments. Their simple, multifunctional designs slip perfectly into every woman's wardrobe, and the ultra-modern performance fabrics mean the clothes move with you, not against you and always feel beautifully soft against the skin. 4:41 – Nancy 101 Nancy is from London and started her career in advertising. She took some time off to be a mom and do some charity work before starting Cucumber. She also mentors small businesses and gives talks about female entrepreneurship. 5:57 – Eileen 101 Eileen is Japanese-Canadian and was born in Vancouver. She moved to England for several decades and started a family. She loves mentoring women and helping them with mid-life pivoting. Eileen and Nancy also love to exercise. 9:32 – How Cucumber started They wore workout gear a lot and wanted to replicate the comfortable feeling in something that you could wear all day. Their company is all about sustainable, comfortable fabrics. Making anything leaves a carbon footprint, but they try to do it in the lightest way possible, in a way they feel proud of. 12:09 – Fabric-led fashion It's a fabric-led fashion brand. You can wear Cucumber clothes to bed, to work, to the club, anywhere. 17:20 – Customer feedback They launched with six nightwear clothes, and they branched out after customer feedback. Some people said the clothing was great for breastfeeding moms. 19:00 – Researching fabrics You can work with agents who work with mills that make fabrics or you can approach mills directly to get samples of their fabrics. Their fabric feels like cotton and is lightweight but doesn't absorb sweat. 24:47 – Preloved section Some pieces are pRELOVD returns and are clearly labeled as such. Others are end of line, new or unused/never made production samples. 33:52 – How to get started If you want to start a business, just start. At some point, you just have to go for it. Having a co-founder is a fantastic thing, because it allows you some flexibility. 38:07 – Get to know Nancy and Eileen Nancy's favorite thing about being a Londoner? She loves being a city girl Eileen's most versatile clothing piece? Her Cucumber strappy top FEATURED QUOTES We wanted a business we could feel proud of. – Nancy Making anything leaves a carbon footprint, but it's trying to do it in the lightest way possible, in a way that we feel proud of. – Nancy Our clothes look really lovely, and you can dress them up, you can dress them down. You can wear them to bed. You can wear them out clubbing, if you want to. – Eileen CONNECT https://www.cucumberclothing.com/ Discount code: purpose15 ABOUT NANCY AND EILEEN: Co-founder at Cucumber Clothing, Nancy is a born and bred Londoner. She began her career in advertising, working at Saatchi and Saatchi on some major blue-chip clients and FMCG brands. Following this she worked for several years in the charitable sector before co-founding Cucumber Clothing, a fabric led fashion brand. Chosen as one of small business Britain's #ialso2020 celebrating top female entrepreneurial talent, Nancy is also a speaker on female entrepreneurship and slow fashion. She also mentors start-up businesses and co-hosts round table events on a variety of female facing subjects. Born in Vancouver to Japanese parents, Eileen trained in fashion in Paris and San Francisco before settling in London to work at Nicole Farhi where she was instrumental in growing the menswear brand. She founded and ran her successful bespoke accessories brand before launching Cucumber Clothing with her Co-founder Nancy Zeffman in 2017 making ‘luxurious clothing for everyday', using ultra-soft technical fabrics. Shortlisted for the 2020 Asian Woman of Achievement Awards, Eileen is a speaker on female entrepreneurship/slow fashion and co-hosts i:Entrepreneur's weekly Wednesday Lives series of interviews featuring entrepreneurs from a diverse background. Thank you to our partner of the show: MamaSuds helps label-reading moms create a safe and nontoxic home for their family by creating synthetic free household cleaners. And one of those cleaner is MamaSuds Fine Linen Soap- which is the best thing since Sliced Bread. Wash your high-quality sheets, linens, delicates, and organic fabrics with a Fine Linen Soap to keep them looking newer and softer longer. Use 3-4 capfuls for high-efficiency machines on delicate cycle, 4-6 capfuls for regular machines on delicate cycle. Head over to MamaSuds.com and use code MOLLY for 15% off your order!
Researching for his book on piratical history, cash-strapped journalist Nathaniel Mist arrives at Newgate Prison to interview the two notorious survivors of the captured ship Revenge. He finds Mary Read delirious with fever, and Anne Bonny in no mood for smalltalk. What will he have to bargain in exchange for their stories? Featuring Christina Bianco as Anne Bonny, Sooz Kempner as Mary Read, Karl Queensborough as Nathaniel Mist, John Henry Falle as Jonathan Barnet, Carole Stennett as Bess the Ballad Singer, Dominic Brewer as John Bonny and the Gatekeeper, James Ducker as Turnkey Scratby, Laurence Owen as Daniel, William Cormac and additional voices, Lindsay Sharman as Barbara and additional voices, Colette Boushell as Anne's Mother, Helen Fullerton as Mrs Cormac and additional voices. Further additional voices by Hayley Evenett and Ivan Wilkinson. Written by Lindsay Sharman. Directed by Lindsay Sharman and Laurence Owen. Music, Sound Design and Editing by Laurence Owen. Artwork by Rebecca Pitt. Sensitivity Reading by Ray Stoeve. Produced by Long Cat Media. Episode 2 is released on May 6th. For transcripts and additional info about this podcast and our other productions, visit http://www.longcatmedia.com/ (www.longcatmedia.com) You can support Laurence and Lindsay by buying them a coffee! Donate a one-off or monthly gift at http://www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia (www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia), and get exclusive bonus and behind the scenes content. Follow us @LongCatMedia on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, and also @BalladAnneMary on Twitter. This podcast was supported by funding from Arts Council England, the UEA Enterprise Scheme, and our Ko-fi patrons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ed Sherretta talks about his grandfather coming from a small town in Italy (San Eusanio del Sangro) to Cape May and work as a tailor making uniforms for the US Navy.Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansOur Italian Surnames Our Italian Surnames covers Italian names and naming practices. Italian Americans: A History Richly researched, beautifully illustrated book illuminates an important, part of American history.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)
Actor/Writer/Director Michael Cavalieri talks about finding his roots in Limina Sicily and the production of his award winning film "Ritornato The Movie". Michael Cavalieri is an Actor and first time Writer/Director originally from New York. His Directorial Debut “Ritornato” which he also stars in was awarded a special grant by the Russo Brothers, the Directors of Avengers: Endgame (the highest grossing film of all time), the National Italian American Foundation and the Italian Sons and Daughters of America. It was shot in four and a half days for less than eight thousand dollars and has gone on to win several film fesitvals worldwide. "Ritornato" was the only Sicilian-American film chosen for the prestigious Taormina Film Festival in Sicily.Michael made his Acting Debut starring opposite Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank in Columbia Pictures, “The Next Karate Kid.” Since that debut, he has had supporting roles in numerous features including acclaimed Director Walter Hill's “Last Man Standing,” starring Bruce Willis and Christopher Walken.Cavalieri has received critical acclaim for starring roles in many Award-Winning Festival films such as “The Stonecutter,” Winner of The Santa Barbara Film Festival. “The Kingdom of the Blind.” Directed by the Writer of the Academy Award Winning film “Green Book”. “My Brother Jack”, Winner of The Naples Film Festival and The Hamptons Film Festival starring opposite Marco Leonardi from “Cinema Paradiso”. “West of Brooklyn” opposite Joe Mantegna and “The Streetsweeper” which won The Salento Film Festival and The Los Angeles Italian Film Festival. Amici magazine reviewed Michael's performance in “The Streetsweeper” as “a brilliant display of emotional range.” LA Times Critic Kevin Thomas hailed Michael's performance in “The Stonecutter” as “outstanding…he has terrific presence and focus. His performance lures us into this increasingly complex and provocative drama.” Don Franken, Director of The Method Film Festival said, “Michael's performance lights up the screen, fills the screen larger than life. He's an exciting talent to watch.” Michael has also Guest Starred on numerous hit T.V. shows including SOPRANO‘S, ER and NYPD BLUE.Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansGrowing Up Italian American-Visco Wonderful book the chronicles two Italian Americans over several decades.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)
This week we offer the next episode in a special mini-series featuring highlights from panel discussions conducted during BIO’s first virtual annual conference, held May 14-16, 2021. The session, “How […]
In this episode we go DEEP into online security and why it's especially important when you're playing in the crypto space. Joe dives into some of the latest headlines in the media highlighting major scams. Literally BILLIONS have being stolen in crypto just this year and there's more to come. The point here isn't to scare you, it's to prepare you. This is the new reality that many of us are involved in now and it's best to have your ducks in a row before you get too deep. Learn from others (including Joe himself!) and prevent yourself from getting scammed and losing your hard-earned funds. Once you understand this and dial in your security, you'll sleep better at night… guaranteed! Tune into this special episode to get all the details… Then join us in the Discord community to discuss. Some Topics We Discussed Include: How over $10 BILLION has been stolen in crypto this year Examples of recent scams and how to avoid them An explanation of how to stay protected the wild west of crypto The 3 most common ways that people get scammed in web3 An explanation of phishing and how to avoid being a victim of it The one thing that you should absolutely never EVER do Researching projects before "aping in" The concept of a "rug pull" and how to steer clear of them Why centralized exchanges are bad places to story your coins The tools that we recommend to stay safe and secure Dive Even Deeper: Subscribe To The Hustle & Flowchart Channel Join our Discord Community Joe on Twitter Matt on Twitter Sponsored By: Ahrefs - Check out the new free SEO tool! Sponsored By: Easy Webinar - be sure to check out their special deal for our listeners. Chris Parker - A Deep-Dive into Online Security Cryptocurrencies And The Bigger Picture That Has Us So Excited Resources Mentioned: List Easy Prey security checklist Metamask LastPass Authy Ledger Wallet ProtonMail https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/14/common-defi-crypto-related-scams-and-how-to-protect-your-wallet.html https://www.vice.com/en/article/4awxep/hackers-steal-dollar140-million-from-users-of-crypto-gaming-company https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/12/13/crypto-exchange-ascendex-hacked-losses-estimated-at-77m/ https://www.cnn.com/2021/12/12/tech/crypto-exchange-hacks-explainer/index.html https://twitter.com/olihough86/status/1463995803865858052?s=21 https://twitter.com/diamondhandnft/status/1462491990700998658?s=21 Subscribe & Review To The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast! If the information in our weekly conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!
Thrive Amid UncertaintyHow to thrive amid uncertainty is a perennial question. Add a financial crisis or a health crisis like Covid to the mix and you've really got a hot mess on your hands. So how do you keep your head up and continuously thrive amid uncertainty? Meridith Elliott Powell, author of https://www.amazon.com/Thrive-Strategies-Uncertainty-Competitive-Advantage-ebook/dp/B08XBN7SDN/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1M6QCDA7N3UBC&keywords=meridith+elliott+powell&qid=1637754768&qsid=132-4129588-0921720&s=books&sprefix=meridith+el%2Caps%2C156&sr=1-1&sres=B08XBN7SDN%2CB0047T7G0M%2C1906403961%2C1946225150%2C1469961776%2C1628652721%2C1935733249%2C1935733311%2C1640953809%2CB01N8UARQI%2C1888970022%2C1941478816%2CB08K58STV7%2CB08JJTDGGG%2C813093048X (Thrive: Strategies to Turn Uncertainty into Competitive Advantage,) offers insights based on her research of the oldest, continuously running businesses on the planet. What You'll Discover About How to Thrive Amid Adversity (highlights & transcript):https://businessconfidentialradio.com/?p=154628&preview=true# (HIGHLIGHTSCLICK HERE FOR AUDIO TRANSCRIPT) * Inspiration for Meridith's book Thrive [01:25] * 9-Step strategy necessary to thrive amid uncertainty [03:39] * How to focus on opportunities and thrive amid uncertainty [09:44] * Role of relentless vision to thrive amid uncertainty [10:57] * Researching the businesses who thrive amid uncertainty [15:33] * What today's businesses need to focus on the thrive amid uncertainty [19:32] * The role of luck in business [22:09] * And much MORE. ♥ Share this episode with someone you think will benefit from it. ♥ ♥ Leave a review at https://lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential (Lovethepodcast.com/BusinessConfidential )♥ Guest: Meridith Elliott PowellVoted one of the Top 15 Business Growth Experts, Top Sales Experts by LinkedIn, and Top 41 Motivational Sales Speakers. Meridith has a cutting-edge message, rooted in real-life examples and real-world knowledge. She is the author of six books, including https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sales-Book-Ever-Leadership-ebook/dp/B07TDG29WQ/ref=sxts_entity_rec_bsx_s_def_r00_t_aufl?crid=1M6QCDA7N3UBC&cv_ct_cx=meridith+elliott+powell&keywords=meridith+elliott+powell&pd_rd_i=B07TDG29WQ&pd_rd_r=522d6ee1-cc83-4583-bb11-711d5704260c&pd_rd_w=AEwls&pd_rd_wg=8fwIE&pf_rd_p=7b65f550-ae72-40a7-86e4-c165711b4536&pf_rd_r=6C6RDTXNYXAP342YM4GE&qid=1637754768&s=books&sprefix=meridith+el%2Caps%2C156&sr=1-4-ef9bfdb7-b507-43a0-b887-27e2a8414df0 (“Cut Through The Excuses – Send Sales Through The Roof” ), and her latest https://www.amazon.com/Thrive-Strategies-Uncertainty-Competitive-Advantage-ebook/dp/B08XBN7SDN/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1M6QCDA7N3UBC&keywords=meridith+elliott+powell&qid=1637752474&qsid=132-4129588-0921720&s=books&sprefix=meridith+el%2Caps%2C156&sr=1-1&sres=B08XBN7SDN%2CB0047T7G0M%2C1906403961%2C1946225150%2C1469961776%2C1628652721%2C1935733249%2C1935733311%2C1640953809%2CB01N8UARQI%2C1888970022%2C1941478816%2CB08K58STV7%2CB08JJTDGGG%2C813093048X (“Thrive: Strategies To Turn Uncertainty To Competitive Advantage.”) Meridith is regularly featured in publications such as Forbes, Fast Company, Inc., and Investment News, among others. High energy and highly interactive, Meridith's helps leaders and business owners learn the new rules of success today, and the strategies they need to build their business, engage their team, and leave their competition in the dust. Meridith is a Certified Speaker Professional, a designation held by less than twelve percent of professional speakers, as well as a Certified Virtual Presenter, having passed the rigorous certification standards to achieve this designation. In her highly engaging keynote-speaking sessions, Meridith shows her audiences how to attract more business, retain top talent, and leap into
For Episode 205 of the Planet MicroCap Podcast, I spoke with Richard Sosa, Host of the "Riches in the Niches Podcast." I've been following Richard for a while now, and wanted to get to know the man beyond his famous food takes. He is a passionate investor and it shows when we dive deep into what Richard calls, "Sosa's Five Forces." I really enjoyed our conversation about his investing style as we turned the mic around on a fellow colleague in the field. For more information about the "Riches in the Niches" Podcast, please visit: https://richesintheniches.libsyn.com/website You can Dave Barr on Twitter @RichesNichesPod: https://twitter.com/RichesNichesPod Today's episode is sponsored by: Stream by Mosaic, an expert interview transcript library that integrates AI-generated call summaries and NLP search technology so their clients can quickly pinpoint the most critical insights. Start your FREE Two-Week trial on their website at https://www.streamrg.com/stream-trial1620164741610 using the promo code 'MICROCAP' Quartr, their mission is to change the way people look at Investor Relations, and create a completely new bridge between companies and stakeholders. Visit your app store of choice to try it out, and that's Q-U-A-R-T-R. For more information, please visit: https://quartr.com/ Planet MicroCap Podcast is on YouTube! All archived episodes and each new episode will be posted on the SNN Network YouTube channel. I've provided the link in the description if you'd like to subscribe. You'll also get the chance to watch all our Video Interviews with management teams, educational panels from the conference, as well as expert commentary from some familiar guests on the podcast. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1Q5Yfym Click here to rate and review the Planet MicroCap Podcast The Planet MicroCap Podcast is brought to you by SNN Incorporated, publishers of StockNewsNow.com, The Official MicroCap News Source, and the MicroCap Review Magazine, the leading magazine in the MicroCap market. You can Follow the Planet MicroCap Podcast on Twitter @BobbyKKraft
Dorie Clark is the real deal. She's intentional, professional, experienced, sincere, and she's passionate about educating others to take action with the future in mind. Having just released her most recent book, The Long Game, Dorie joined The Speaker Lab Podcast to look at what you need to be doing today to build a successful (and sustainable!) tomorrow. In this episode we cover everything from diversified income streams to finding the patience and persistence to give opportunities a chance to gain traction. She's also giving insight into building meaningful relationships and leveraging archival research to determine what business strategies have led to success for others and could work for you too. THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW: Pre-pandemic vs. post-pandemic speaking engagements What it looks like to provide a premium in-person experience Why it matters to have diversified streams of revenue How to build meaningful relationships Why being a speaker is a long-term game Researching what works Why the “science of it” matters And much more!
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Lake Forest History Legend Arthur Miller Teaches "Art Class" to Pete Jansons Researching old house histories The buildings, their style, their landscape or garden, and the people who've lived there We are very Thankful for our Patreon Supporters Church of the Holy Spirit, Reverend Luke Back, Elizabeth B, Kosta, MATT A, LANCE, and Otto!!! https://www.patreon.com/LakeForestPodcast Have an idea for a topic or guest? firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthurhawksmiller/ Links: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f4e9a6b80875333dce964f3/t/5fd828f71205de108b9217f2/1608001786738/newsletter-2020-fall.pdf https://www.lfpf.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_Van_Doren_Shaw https://issuu.com/lfa_communications/docs/campus_map-booklet-draft06__1_ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Shedd_Reed_House#/media/File:Mrs._Kersey_Coates_Reed_House.JPG https://lflbhistory.org/ https://lflbhistory.org/research-learn/research-online https://www.lakecountyil.gov/258/Recorder-of-Deeds https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/425-N-Sheridan-Rd-Lake-Forest-IL-60045/4857331_zpid/?mmlb=g,0 https://lflb.passitdown.com/stories/41915 https://www.redfin.com/IL/Lake-Forest/830-Green-Bay-Rd-60045/home/17666421 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinclair_Oil_Corporation https://mortonarb.org/ https://create.passitdown.com/present/5d6fd9cf974fc3690fb45024/lflb/story/5e156cdfddaf5705be11f710 https://www.findagrave.com/ https://www.lakeforestlibrary.org/borrow-stream/download-stream/ebooks-eaudiobooks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lakeforestpodcast/message
Pole dancing brings people together! no matter where in the world you are, if you meet a pole dancer you are welcomed with open arms! But have you ever wondered how each of us train? Did you know there are different ways to learn pole dancing? This week Steph and Renee uncover.... Pole Training Types. We explore the different ways polers gain their skills and the pros and cons of each type. Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chat with you and do a "tell us" segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. The guys begin with a reminder that you can now sign up for RootsTech Connect 2022 at RootsTech.org. Then David opens Family Histoire News talking about the new way authorities in Australia are using DNA to solve crimes. It could be a game changer! Speaking of DNA, who ever heard of a getting DNA off a murder weapon that was a conch shell?! It has happened! The Band of Brothers, portrayed in the HBO series, has lost its final officer at age 99. Hear who it is. Then, another kid has made another remarkable discovery with a metal detector! Catch what this 13 year old girl has found. And speaking of historic finds… King Richard III is making news again with this one. Find out what someone else has found! And if you thought Herman Melville's Moby Dick lacked true history, wait til you hear about this most recent discovery. Next, Jack Holder, a survivor of Pearl Harbor who narrowly escaped death, talks about his experience of being missed by the first bomb of World War II by the length of a football field, and then being strafed by a Japanese fighter pilot. While that was just the beginning of the war, it was also just the beginning of Jack's part in history. And by the way, he turns 100 years old today! (December 13.) This segment originally aired back in March of this year. Then, from sponsors Legacy Tree Genealogists, Kate Eakman joins us again to talk about her favorite type of research… military. She'll talk about researching your World War II ancestors. David returns for Ask Us Anything, talking about surprise finds he has made when researching the lines of celebrities, and then the guys talk about collecting documents and autographs of ancestors. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!
Plagues, Witches, and Wars online course at the University of Virginiahttps://www.coursera.org/learn/historical-fictionThe Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore web sitehttps://www.eapoe.org/index.htmWhat IS historical fiction?Name three historical fiction novels involving Edgar Poe.What is central of ANY historical fiction?What is the difference between primary and secondary sources?What just might be the best single research source for info about Poe on the web?00:00 Intro00:17 Story about Poe's name02:55 Introduction to Plagues, Witches, and Wars05:53 What IS Historical Fiction?07:25 Introduction to The Pale Blue Eye10:43 Some other examples of historical fiction about Poe15:48 Research as a basis for historical fiction17:27 Best Poe resource source on web20:38 Outro21:02 Future episodes for year and recap27:20 Sources
Bob talks with Pasquale Pacicca from visitreggiocalabria.com about in person and virtual tours.1800 Miles in a Fiat 500 Two crazy senior citizens decide to visit the birthplaces of their Italian ancestors.Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for ItaliansCalabria ( The Other Italy ) Great book about living and traveling in CalabriaSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)
Adam Smith & Dr Kamar Ameen-Ali host this Twitter Spaces discussion for Dementia Researcher. They speak with four dementia research Professors about their careers, how they navigated the path to professor, discovering what they learned along the way, what they might do differently and getting their advice for any postdocs who are looking to progress, decide what comes next or who just feel stuck in the endless cycle of short-term contracts. Our guest panellists are: Tara Spires-Jones - Professor of Neurodegeneration & Deputy Director, Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences within the UK Dementia Research Institute at The University of Edinburgh. Sci-fi fan and working on the Neurobiology of synapse degeneration. Louise Serpell - Professor of Biochemistry & Director of Sussex Neuroscience at the University of Sussex. Leading a busy research group with four Postdocs and three PhD students. Researching proteins and how they fold and misfold and proving her physics teacher wrong every day! Professor Claire Surr - Director of the Centre for Dementia Research at Leeds Beckett University, cycling and researching Dementia care and services with particular interest in care homes and hospital care and workforce education and training. Tammaryn Lashley - Professor of Neuroscience and Director of Research for the Queen Square Brain Bank at University College London. UCL 18 year veteran, leading a Neuropathology lab, supervising 11 PhD Students and wrangling two children. If you would like to get involved and join us for our next social audio chat drop us a line at https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk and follow us on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/dem_researcher ________________________ Odd News by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
This week we offer the next episode in a special mini-series featuring highlights from panel discussions conducted during BIO’s first virtual annual conference, held May 14-16, 2021. The session, “Researching […]
Should we be worried about Omicron? Director of NYU Langone Health's VIRology Institute, Dr. Benjamin tenOever, joins Dr. Marc Siegel and weighs in on the COVID-19 Omicron variant's origins theories, as well as why he is not overly worried about it. He offers insights into research on new variants, and whether or not it's necessary to modify boosters as new variants develop.
“Organizations that are successful globally, sometimes have to be culturally agile enough to recognize the cultural difference.” Paula Caligiuri With the increased globalization of markets, businesses are finding it necessary to develop the competencies that would enable them thrive in cross-cultural contexts. Our guest today, Paula Caligiuri, has specialized in the area of cultural agility and says it involves awareness and the ability to put into practice skills that enhance cultural adaptation. Paula Caligiuri is a D'Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy at Northeastern University. Researching and consulting in the areas of global leadership, cultural agility development, and global mobility, Paula has authored or co-authored several articles and books – including her most recent, Build Your Cultural Agility. She was named a semi-finalist for the 2021 Forbes “50 over 50” for co-founding a public benefit corporation, Skiilify, to help foster cultural understanding. Skiilify offers a free tool (www.myGiide.com) to build awareness and develop cultural agility. Paula holds a Ph.D. from Penn State University in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. In today's episode, Paula shades light on cultural agility and why it is important for businesses that operate in a multicultural context to adapt to being culturally sensitive. Listen in! Contacts TASCAglobal.com myGiide.com. I studied abroad in Rome, Italy, in 1987 and unfortunately for me, the market crashed while I was in Italy. [3:30] I ended up doing my PhD in psychology which is around what makes people effective living and working internationally, and how they change from deep developmental cross cultural experiences. [4:21] I've just been blessed with a much wider audience now to talk about how we become effective living and working in different countries. [4:47] When humans are under any position of stress or any sense of anxiety, we tend to cling to what is familiar. [6:42] There is cultural agility which comes in two ways and that is first, awareness of proper etiquette norms and values and second, the competencies needed in order to be successful. [8:07] I always encourage people to certainly build that awareness not only of the superficial things, but of the much deeper values, and then also concurrently build those competencies. [9:26] We have to remember that culture is socialized, we're not we're not born with culture. [10:18] We all know that when we go into another organization, we have to realize that that organization has its own set of norms and values and behaviors. [10:47] With tech, what's happening is because we're doing it so quickly, and with such ease, we're forgetting that we need to attend to a lot of the cultural cues just like we would if we were in person. [12:00] This is kind of masking the need for cultural agility, because we're doing it at such a fast pace. [12:43] I've watched countless meetings where individuals from different cultures misinterpret their colleague's body language due to perceptual differences. [12:49] Organizations that are successful globally, sometimes have to be culturally agile enough to recognize the cultural difference. [16:00] Professionals know when to adapt, but they also know when to integrate to create something completely new that is unique. [16:41] Commercial break. [17:00] I wish companies would really spend more time thinking about building cultural agility as opposed to just offering this training because everyone else is doing it. [20:18] We build cultural agility by finding similarities with people who we don't know because we bond with people around similarities, and the only way we go there is through authentic conversations. [21:13] The last thing companies should be doing is setting up anything structurally that keeps people from having natural conversations. [21:30] My initial research was on what made people successful internationally and the product turned into consulting which later turned into keynoting. [22:23] We recently formed a company called Skiilify where we provide a tool which people can use to assess your own values and competencies and learn how to build them. [22:52] Humans form trust in different ways depending on how they've been socialized, but underlying it all is seeing someone as authentic, real and similar. [26:09] Having those conversations that enable us to get to similarities is the easiest way to build trust and skill that will never be run. 26:20] ………………………………………………… Thank you to our December sponsor! KukuaBiz can provide dedicated and affordable talent from Kenya to help you grow and scale your business. Virtual employees are skilled in administrative functions, sales, podcast management, video editing, marketing, social media marketing, website design and management, and more. Learn more: https://www.kukuabiz.com
One of the most important things you can do during your job search is knowing how to clearly show a Hiring Manager what value you'll bring to their organization. A Hiring Manager's goal is to make sure they are hiring top performers who will succeed in the position, and you can make the decision easier by demonstrating why you are the most qualified person for the job throughout each stage of the process. Amy West, Navy Veteran and Orion Recruiter, joins the show to discuss how to show a prospective employer your value through a carefully crafted resume and interview preparation. Topics include: The importance of using action verbs on your resume How to highlight your strengths in your elevator pitch Researching yourself to define “success” in your career history
Are you a sweaty Betty or a dry Dora?! Ever wondered what elements impact your grip on the pole? Or what you can do to improve your grip strength? This week, Steph & Renee uncover... pole dancing and GRIP! We talk about the internal and external elements that impact you, the types of grip that can help you, and even some exercises you can do to improve your grip. Also, check out Hair Flicks & Tricks and The Pole Physio blogs on Grip! Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chat with you and do a "tell us" segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
This week, The Photo Detective, Maureen Taylor, takes a look back at one of her favorite podcast episodes from the past year as she examines VintageAerial.com, a project dedicated to chronicling the rural areas of the United States. Maureen is joined by Fritz Byers, President, and CEO of VintageAerial.com, and Lance Roper of Customer Engagement as they discuss the need for preserving these areas and how the site has become dedicated to chronicling over 18 million images, all available for public use. Related Episodes:Episode 108: Researching the Ships of Our AncestorsEpisode 84: U.S. Naval Collections: Online Resources You Can UseLinks:VintageAerial.comSign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About My Guest:My guests are Lance Roper of Customer Engagement and Fritz Byers, President, and CEO of VintageAerial.comAbout Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London, and Canada. She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira). She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times. Maureen was recently a spokesperson and photograph expert for MyHeritage.com, an internationally known family history website, and also writes guidebooks, scholarly articles, and online columns for such media as Smithsonian.com. Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
This week, we're joined by practicing physicain and conductor of potentially life-saving research, Dr. Vasu Sunkara, MD PhD. Learn more about Dr. Sunkara's work in the groundbreaking field of duct ligation which may slow the spread of tumors in some pancreatic cancer cases on episode 183 of the Project Purple Podcast.
Hour 4 of A&G features Biden's "Santa Clause" defense of his supply chain issues. Controversial covid lockdown measures in Australia. Alec Baldwin's interview with ABC airs tonight, and it seems sickening. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Russell and Robert meet British artist Charmaine Watkiss to explore the themes and inspirations behind her first solo exhibition at Tiwani Contemporary in London. The Seed Keepers (2021) is a new series of drawings that fuse Watkiss' interests in botany, herbalism, ecology, history, and Afrofuturism. Researching the medicinal and psychical capabilities of plants, Watkiss has personified a matrilineal pantheon of plant warriors safeguarding and facilitating cross-generational knowledge and empowerment. The show consists of a body of entirely new works on paper and explores the use of full colour - a first for Watkiss. The drawings of women in luminal spaces along with her ‘plant warriors' have a mystical quality which exist outside our linear time and space. The natural world is at the forefront of most of our imaginations right now; and this show explores narratives around ancient plant knowledge and its relationship to women of African descent. Charmaine Watkiss' practice addresses themes including diaspora, ritual, tradition, ancestry, and cosmology. In the past, she has explored the usage of blue stemming from her research into the long history of indigo including its production on the plantations of colonial America and Caribbean and sacred use in ancient African cultures, particularly with reference to the funerary rites, spiritual beliefs, and cosmologies of West African and ancient Egyptian cultures. She draws connections between ancient tradition, knowledge, and our lives - asking what role ritual and its practice plays in contemporary experience. Charmaine Watkiss lives and works in London. She holds a MA in Drawing, from UAL Wimbledon College of Art (2018). Recent exhibitions include RA Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2021); To the Edge of Time, KU Leuven Libraries, Belgium (2021); Breakfast Under The Tree, Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate (2021); Me, Myself and I, Collyer Bristow Gallery (2020); Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize (2019), Wimbledon College of Art MA Degree Show (2018); Against Static (Curated by Tania Kovats), Wimbledon Space (2018).Follow @MsWatkiss on Instagram and her website https://charmainewatkiss.com/ Visit the gallery on Instagram too at @TiwaniContemporary. Charmaine's new exhibition 'The Seed Keepers' runs til 5th December 2021. View images at Tiwani Contemporary's official website: https://www.tiwani.co.uk/exhibitions/64-charmaine-watkiss-the-seed-keepers/overview/For images of all artworks discussed in this episode visit @TalkArt. Talk Art theme music by Jack Northover @JackNorthoverMusic courtesy of HowlTown.com We've just joined Twitter too @TalkArt. If you've enjoyed this episode PLEASE leave us your feedback and maybe 5 stars if we're worthy in the Apple Podcast store. For all requests, please email email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Travis, James, Kevin and Joel are helping you better understand researching in foreign languages. With their experience handling items from all over the world, they've developed tools and procedures to help decipher foreign text and language in their research. From determining the language of origin and different dialects to finding the right person to help you, this is a valuable how-to. Deciphering Signatures: https://bit.ly/3CIIczV Hosted by Travis Landry, James Supp and Kevin Bruneau
The pole world is known for celebrating polers of all gender identities! It is a safe space where you can be YOU! The male presence in the pole world is increasing, and we are seeing more and more men take up pole and take the stage! This week, Renee and Steph uncover..... Men in Pole, with Charlie Love. Charlie is a pole dancer, an instructor, and a performer! He shares his struggles, his wins, and the lens of pole through the eyes of a male pole dancer. This is a high-energy, fun episode! Expect laughs, insights and just an all-round fun time. Are you loving Uncovered? Follow us on Instagram to discuss all things pole! We chat with you and do a "tell us" segment VERY week. _______________ Uncovered are now on Patreon! Hosts Renee and Steph are SO passionate about pole dancing and creating a safe, educated and honest environment for all pole dancers. Their goal is to normalise the experiences behind every pole dancer's journey. By donating to Uncovered on Patreon, you will be helping Renee and Steph continue to create amazing content and level up each and every week. What your money goes towards: Recording and producing episodes Upgrading equipment Researching topics Caramilk Twirls... just kidding but we will accept donations in the form of Caramilk Twirls
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In this release of the Canadian Investor Podcast, we discuss the following topics: Statistics on the type of investments Canadians have in their TFSA. How Philip Fisher's philosophy of buying great businesses still applied today. How to maximize time spent researching a company Simon talks about he approaches common expenses with his spouse Simon and Braden answer some non-investment related questions from Twitter https://thecanadianinvestorpodcast.com/ Canadian Investor Podcast Twitter: @cdn_investing Simon's twitter: @Fiat_Iceberg Braden's twitter: @BradoCapital Buy us a coffee ☕️ ❤️: https://ko-fi.com/tcipod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Annabel Abbs is a writer of fiction and nonfiction. She grew up in Wales and Sussex, with stints in Dorset, Bristol and Hereford. Daughter of academic and poet, Peter Abbs, she has a degree in English Literature from the University of East Anglia and a Masters from the University of Kingston. She lives with her family in London and Sussex, and is a Fellow of the Brown Foundation. Annabel's debut novel, The Joyce Girl, won the 2015 Impress Prize for New Writing and the 2015 Spotlight First Novel Award, and was longlisted for the 2015 Caledonia Novel Award, the 2015 Bath Novel Award and the 2016 Waverton Good Read Award. It was a Reader Pick in The Guardian 2016 and was one of ten books selected for presentation at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival. Published across the world, Annabel discussed The Joyce Girl on BBC Radio 4's Soul Music. It is currently being adapted for the stage. Her second novel, Frieda: The Originial Lady Chatterley, was a Times Book of the Month, then a Times Book of the Year 2018 and one of five novels selected for presentation to film directors at the 2017 Frankfurt Book Fair. Frieda has been translated into six languages. Annabel spoke about Frieda on BBC Woman's Hour. Annabel's third novel, the story of Eliza Acton, Britain's first domestic goddess, and a best-selling cookery book writer (and a poet) will be published in the US in October 2021, by William Morrow as Miss Eliza's English Kitchen. In the UK, the novel was acquired at auction by Simon & Schuster, and will be published in spring 2022 as The Language of Food. It is currently being translated into sixteen languages. In 2021 it was optioned by Stampede Ventures and CBS. Annabel's first non-fiction book, The Age-Well Project, was published by Little, Brown in 2019, co-written with TV producer, Susan Saunders, and based on their acclaimed blog agewellproject.com, longlisted for the 2018 UK Blog Awards. Annabel's first foray into memoir and her first solo-authored non-fiction book, Windswept: Walking in the Footsteps of Remarkable Women, was acquired at auction by Two Roads and was published in June 2021. In the US, Windswept was acquired by Tin House and published in September 2021, with the subtitle Walking the Paths of Trailblazing Women. Windswept tells the extraordinary stories of eight women who walked long distances in wild and often remote places as they sought their own voices. They include Simone de Beauvoir, Nan Shepherd, Georgia O'Keeffe, Gwen John and Daphne du Maurier. New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you. Show notes Who is Annabel Her latest book Her interest in walking Being interested in women who do long distance walks in challenging environments Where are all the women walkers? Researching the women who walk Having a strange childhood How walking was a part of her education the benefits for women walking in nature How wild places are not deemed safe for women And why women are encouraged to stay at home and get their time in nature from being in the garden Why women DO long hikes Women from 100 years ago who went out walking Focusing on 6 women for the book Windswept Recreating their walks Feeling trapped at home Having family walking holidays Planning the walks and incorporating her writing within the walks Using old maps to help plan Encouraging women to be able to navigate What Nan Shepherd said about walking in Scotland Why river journeys and coastal journeys were quite popular Why women should learn to navigate Doing the walks solo and the challenge involved Thinking of all the things that could go wrong Why walking is so much more complication for a woman What is was like walking solo Women and their relationships with the mountains The struggle of mental preparation before heading out to walk solo The long history of women doing walking pilgrimages on their own Why we need to see more women out there walking The dark side of walking solo and spending time on your own Walking in Texas, USA - night hikes? The importance of legacy Final words of advice Social Media Website: www.annabelabbs.com Instagram: @annabelabbs Twitter: @annabelabbs Book: Windswept Windswept is a feminist exploration of walking in wild landscapes. Annabel examines the role of walking on the lives, writings and art of several women including Gwen John, Frieda Lawrence, Nan Shepherd, Georgia O'Keeffe and Simone de Beauvoir. As Annabel walks their paths – the empty plains of Texas, the mountains of Scotland, the rivers and forests of France – she looks back at her childhood in remote Wales and asks why women have been overlooked in the literature of wild-walking.
When we look at research, especially in the realm of development, we tend to focus on things like resilience, struggles families face, and so on. This is particularly true when we look at the research on parenting in families of colour - the focus starts with what's wrong and how we can fix it. It was under this guise that I approached Dr. Erika Bocknek as she had done research on resilience in Black Fathers that was - I thought - interesting. What we talked about ended up being quite different with a much larger focus on the inherent racism that exists in the research questions and assumptions themselves, especially when we look at Black Fathers. I hope that you will all find this as eye-opening and important a conversation as I did because we need to recognize these problems before we can start to fix them. Dr. Erika Bocknek: https://wayne.edu/people/an5012 Research: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/imhj.21950 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.22168 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-51027-5_7 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.21836
We want to celebrate our guest Alexis Cuarezma in this encore presentation and also note what great info this episode offers for those interested in portrait lighting, especially for dance and sports photography. Alexis' career has been growing steadily since he joined us in 2019, he recently presented at the Eddie Adams Workshop and will be speaking at ImagingUSA in January 2022 and at the very interesting Pas de Deux Dance Photography Conference in Austin, Texas in February, 2022. Enjoy. On today's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome California-based advertising, sports, dance, and fashion photographer (and director), Alexis Cuarezma, who packs a considerable amount of practical and creative insight into our hour-long conversation. Ostensibly, Cuarezma was joining us to talk about his lighting techniques and, while he does dive deep into lighting schemes, we discuss so much more. Cuarezma is generous with is thoughts on production, composition, models, gear, self-promotion, and marketing really anything that he understands to help him in his burgeoning photo business. Just a glance at his work, and one will realize why Cuarezma is here to discuss lighting techniques, he has shot for Sports Illustrated (including six covers),Fortune magazine, Ring magazine, the New York Times, and his clients include Nike. Cuarezma emphasizes his belief that getting it right “in-camera” is the key to his success, not just for the sake of the final image, but for his creative process. Researching, planning, arriving early, being hands-on in every phase of the work, and understanding that your vision, when properly executed, will win over a client, is the other key to his success. With Cuarezma we discuss his decision-making process when creating a portrait; each of the small problems that needs to be solved to create the desired look that works best for his particular subject. While comfortable renting the needed gear to fulfill each project, he also discusses the gear he owns and uses, including Profoto B1 lights, Rosco Gels, and his Canon 5DS R. Join us for this insightful and very educational episode. Guest: Alexis Cuarezma Photograph © Alexis Cuarezma
For all the allure of a sports career, who you are working for is just as important, if not even more important, as the job itself. The following question from Matt dives into workplace culture: “I am not sure if you saw the https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/32440987/phoenix-suns-robert-sarver-allegations-racism-misogyny (recent article) about the Suns owner, Robert Sarver, talking about the toxic workplace he created. I wanted to ask you, as a job seeker, what measurements can I take to make sure I am going into an organization with a good culture?”Culture is a hot topic at all companies, and the “About Us” section of job postings are often littered with buzzwords about the culture being “like a family,” “forward-thinking,” or “innovative” WorkInSports Podcast Host Brian Clapp himself has broached the topic in terms of a catalyst of the Great Resignation, horrible bosses, or management creating a toxic work environment that drives away employees. However, this is a strong question involving how to proactively find out whether or not where you are applying is actually a good environment to work in before you enter it.
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