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Balenciaga has a Simpsons episode, Lady Gaga's concert got streamed at the mall, and Valentino is revamping its company culture. Garment worker labor laws are changing in California. And a whole lot of designer bags are missing. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com Instagram: @popfashionpodcast
Early on Oct. 16, 2,000 runners will file onto the cleared fifth runway at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to relaunch the Mayor's 5K on the 5th Runway. The six-year-old event was canceled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The airport calls it “one of the flattest — and fastest — courses in metro Atlanta.” As an AJC Peachtree Road Race qualifying event, it offers the opportunity for runners to score a good time, which allows them to be placed in an earlier starting wave for the Peachtree and push for a personal best. Kelly Yamanouchi, who covers Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for the AJC, recently spoke with John Murphy, who works in airside operations and is handling preparations for the event, and longtime runner and frequent flier Mark Davison, who will be running the 5K on the 5th Runway.
Probability gives you runway which gives you the ability to be efficient. If you are not profitable, that's okay, you can fix that. What happened in the past should stay in the past. Your future profitability starts with the actions you take now. If you have adjusted the rules or ignored principles, start over. Don't jack a proven system - you won't win. Let the system prove itself and spend your brainpower on differentiating yourself from your competition.
Episode Notes Molly, Ryan, and Danny--the 3 adult siblings who love Phineas & Ferb--get weird in this one. They discuss their wrinkly, old faces, they muse about Spanish dubbing, and yes, they actually talk about the show. This week brings us one of the best songs in the whole series, "Busted." Plus, two really funny cartoons! All-in-all, it's a good time. Join us, won't you? Email us at: CandacePartyPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @CandacePartyPod Instagram: @CandacePartyPod Well, back to my closet! (This episode was re-uploaded to correct an audio mixing issue. Please forgive us. We're just tired little guys.)
This is our Wednesday show, the time of the week when we niche down to a single topic. Today? Fashion.Natasha and Danny and Alex got together to dig into the world of fashion resale and rental. It's no small market, giving birth to both public companies, unicorns, and startups. Most recently, well-known fashion rental player Rent the Runway filed to go public, giving us a window in its own numbers.Those figures led us to a few questions about how best to go about making money from clothes in a retail context. From our chat:Selling vs. Renting vs. Reselling: To start, we wanted to help you group startups into three buckets: those who sell customers to people, those who rent goods to customers, and those who resell pre-owned goods to customers.Rent the Runway's numbers: We had some issues with Rent the Runway's business model given that it appears that the company is simply underpricing its clothing items given its cost structure. How Wall Street will price the company, or whether Rent the Runway is hoping to sell to a larger company came into the conversation.Who else should we have an eye on: To close, Natasha detailed a number of startups including Queenly, Curtsy and Rebag. Oh, and Depop (which recently sold to Etsy $1.6 billion).Startups are tearing up old retail models, which we are here for. We are less here for adjusted EBITDA that reads like magical realism.
Mike has a most enlightening chat with his TV Big Brother, the one and only Tim Allen, who still seems a little incredulous that Mike didn't return to Last Man Standing to finish what he started. As for why Tim now lives on the runway of an airport, well, that's a bit of a mystery...
You know that we are dog-lovers, so we were thrilled to be able to talk about dogs with Susan Harris, Executive Director of CARE for Animals. CARE is a great organization that rescues dogs and cats. Susan just recently joined CARE, but she has hit the ground running with a big upcoming fundraiser: Paws on the Runway. There are multiple ways to participate — in person, virtually, and bid on the auctions online. Cheers! Listen wherever you like to listen to podcasts. Follow the podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/convoscocktailsconnections/Follow Amy on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/redbeautylounge/Follow Emily on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilyreeves/Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/convoscocktailspod)
This week we welcome special guest Robbie Kellman Baxter, the world's leading expert on subscription pricing and membership models--and bestselling author--for a robust discussion of "The Membership Economy." We delve into what's been behind the phenomenal success of brands like Netflix and other disruptors that employ deep insight and the latest technology to build enduring long-term customer relationships. We also unpack how companies can re-imagine their business models to create a "forever promise" by leveraging commerce, content and community. Lastly, we discuss the cultural benefits of adopting a membership mindset. But first we open up the episode with our quick takes on recent retail news that caught our attention, including Best Buy's new membership program, a potential spin-out of Macys.com, Home Depot teaming up with Walmart for home deliveries, the somewhat shocking paucity of store closings and retail bankruptcies of late and the profitless prosperity revealed by Rent-the-Runway's IPO filing.Robbie Kellman Baxter is the founder of Peninsula Strategies LLC, a management consulting firm, as well as the author of the bestselling The Membership Economy: Find Your Superusers, Master the Forever Transaction & Build Recurring Revenue. Her new book The Forever Transaction: How to Build a Subscription Model So Compelling, Your Customers Will Never Want to Leave was released in April of this year. Robbie hosts a podcast as well, Subscription Stories: True Tales from the Trenches, which has featured subscription practitioners from Weight Watchers, HP, Bain & Co, and Impossible Foods, as well as numerous researchers and authors.She coined the popular business term “Membership Economy", which is now being used by organizations and journalists around the country and beyond. Her clients have included large organizations like Netflix, the Wall Street Journal, and Microsoft, as well as dozens of smaller venture-backed companies. Over the course of her career, Robbie has worked in or consulted to clients in more than twenty industries. Before starting Peninsula Strategies in 2001, Robbie served as a New York City Urban Fellow, a consultant at Booz Allen & Hamilton, and a Silicon Valley product marketer. Robbie has been quoted or interviewed by dozens of media outlets, including CNN, NBC, and NPR. As a public speaker, Robbie has presented to thousands of people in corporations, associations, and universities. She has an AB from Harvard College and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. You can find more about Robbie on her website https://robbiekellmanbaxter.com/Additional goodies for your audience are available here: https://robbiekellmanbaxter.com/audience Steve 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 and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn.
ResourcesConsumer behavior changes following COVID-19TakeawaysFacebook in hot water Last week the Wall Street Journal released a powerful and damning series on Facebook's negative impact on society and repeated decisions to turn a blind eye. Former Facebook employee, Francis Haugen, identified herself as the whistleblower and soon after shared a congressional testimony.Following this debacle, the entire Facebook ecosystem, including Facebook, Instagram, Oculus, WhatsApp, and Messenger, went down for six hours with limited response from the company.Facebook, following these events, announced that it would be postponing the development of the app 'Instagram for Kids."The outage highlighted how powerful a marketing tool Facebook is and how reliant marketers and businesses are on the platform. The outage may be the catalyst marketers need to diversify their marketing mix and experiment with new channels outside the Facebook ecosystem.Life spheres … but smaller Last year we did a joint study with The Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) to reveal the long-term consumer behavior changes resulting from COVID-19. One of the changes listed in that was "smaller life spheres."COVID-19 abruptly forced the world to operate from home. From entertainment to education to work to social gatherings – we, as a society, operated from home. Even with fewer restrictions, consumers are now used to traveling shorter distances for goods and services.We call this the shrinking of life spheres — a phenomenon in which people have become accustomed to the convenience of at-home or nearby goods and services and continue to seek that convenience. The question has become: How far are you willing to travel for certain activities?Our team resurfaced this finding and shared new research that demonstrated the trend of smaller life spheres has continued into the present.Stats that support this finding: When it comes to driving, the number of miles the average American has traveled is down to 2007 levels. Air travel is still down 26% from pre-pandemic levels.People will think and act differently about how far they are willing to go. This trend is risky for health systems as retailers like Walgreens and CVS live within miles of every American consumer. Because these options are closer and more convenient, consumers may be more inclined to use them as an alternative.Not to mention CVS's recent announcement to transform hundreds of its retail stores into primary care outlets.Home healthcare is growing rapidly and is predicted to grow almost 8% more by 2028. From a business standpoint, many believe the home is the solution to high healthcare costs.The wheel of fortune Our team came prepared with three different topics to discuss and spun a wheel to select the topic they would talk about randomly. The three trends on the table included the great resignation, nostalgia marketing, and the rise of minimalism. For this episode, the rise of minimalism was selected.The standard definition of minimalism: The movement toward a sustainable self-aware lifestyle where people learn to spend less, save more, and have a less negative impact on earth and resources.While this definition applies to many cases, our team expressed that the motivator behind minimalism may vary. For example, millennials are known to rent items rather than purchase them (think Rent the Runway, Spotify, etc.). In many cases, this trend stems from a desire to reduce clutter.The team noted that they see this trend represented through brands like Apple through packaging Chick-fil-A through billboard design.
Macy's is in a battle over a billboard, drug stores are trying to stop theft rings, and Neiman Marcus had a data breach. We celebrate some unlikely fashion collaborations (Versace / Fendi and Valentino / Cloney). And Kering is quitting fur. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
In Glossy's Week in Review podcast, fashion reporter Danny Parisi and editor-in-chief Jill Manoff discuss the most important fashion news of the week. This week, they discuss Rent the Runway's IPO filing -- including its rebound from pandemic losses. Of course, they cover the highlight of Paris Fashion Week: Demna Gvasalia's Balenciaga x Simpson's episode and the brand's growing presence in streetwear. And from Glossy's annual Fashion Summit in Miami, the duo share fashion brands' takeaways, including supply chain difficulties like unreliable carriers, tariffs, rising costs and international factory delays that needed to be countered with advanced planning. This is especially important with the holiday season around the corner.
The Runway Awareness and Advisory System (RAAS) is one of a number of related software enhancements available on later-model Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning Systems. RAAS is designed to improve flight crew situational awareness, thereby reducing the risks of runway incursion, runway confusion and runway excursions. Runway Awareness and Advisory System uses airport data stored in the EGPWS database, coupled with GPS and other onboard sensors, to monitor the movement of an aircraft around the airport. It provides visual/aural annunciations at critical points, such as "Approaching Runway 09 Left and confirmation when an aircraft is lined up on the runway prior to takeoff: for example, "On Runway 09 Right, 2,450 metres remaining." In a scenario where a crew inadvertently lines up on a parallel taxiway and commences a take off, an aural alert “On Taxiway, On Taxiway” is provided if the aircraft speed exceeds 40 kts. On approach and after touchdown, the system continues to announce the distance to go until the end of the runway is reached. System Description Advisories/cautions are generated based upon the current aircraft position as compared to the location of the airport runways, which are stored within the EGPWS Runway Database. The aurals can be grouped into two categories: Routine Advisories (annunciations the flight crew will hear during routine operations) and Non-Routine Advisories/Cautions (annunciations the flight crew will seldom or perhaps never hear). RAAS provides the flight crew with five ‘routine advisories'. Three of these annunciations will be heard by the crew in normal operations, providing increased position awareness relative to the runway during taxi and flight operations. They are intended to reduce the risk of a runway incursion. The two remaining ‘routine' advisories provide information about the aircraft location along the runway, and are intended to reduce the risk of overruns. The five advisories are: Approaching Runway - Airborne advisory provides the crew with awareness of which runway the aircraft is lined up with on approach. Approaching Runway - On-Ground advisory provides the flight crew with awareness of approximate runway edge being approached by the aircraft during taxi operations. On Runway - Advisory provides the crew with awareness of which runway the aircraft is lined-up with. Distance Remaining - Advisories enhance crew awareness of aircraft along-track position relative to the runway end. Runway End - Advisory is intended to improve flight crew awareness of the position of the aircraft relative to the runway end during low visibility conditions. In addition, RAAS provides the flight crew with several ‘non-routine' advisories/cautions. These annunciations are designed to enhance safety and situational awareness in specific situations not routinely encountered during normal aircraft operations. Some of the RAAS advisories include distance information. The unit of measure used for distance can be configured to be either metres or feet. Approaching Short Runway - Airborne advisory provides the crew with awareness of which runway the aircraft is lined-up with, and that the runway length available may be marginal for normal landing operations. If desired, an additional caution annunciation can be enabled which provides the crew with awareness that the issue has not been resolved when the aircraft is on final approach. Insufficient Runway Length - On-Ground advisory provides the crew with awareness of which runway the aircraft is lined-up with, and that the runway length available for takeoff is less than the defined minimum takeoff runway length. If desired, an additional caution annunciation can be enabled which provides the crew with awareness that the issue has not been resolved when the aircraft is on the final stage of takeoff. Extended Holding on Runway - Advisory provides crew awareness of an extended holding period on the runway. Taxiway Take-Off - Advisory enhances crew awareness of excessive taxi speeds or an inadvertent take-off on a taxiway. If desired, this function can provide a caution annunciation in lieu of an advisory annunciation. Distance Remaining - Advisories provide the flight crew with position awareness during a Rejected Take Off (RTO). Taxiway Landing - Alert provides the crew with awareness that the aircraft is not lined up with a runway at low altitudes. Each RAAS function is independently enabled based on a customer specification and, when enabled, the RAAS functions operate automatically without any action required from the flight crew. In addition to the aural annunciations provided, visual caution indications may be activated if the appropriate criteria are met. Visual text annunciations can also be configured so they are overlaid on the terrain display for a period of time after the warning is generated. https://youtu.be/sBSPpLE6EDY
Next gen Tom Stadum realized that he had a long runway and greater opportunity beyond UBS. So once his partner/father fulfilled the obligations of his retirement agreement, Tom left to build independent firm Fjell Capital with Sanctuary Wealth.
Today we've got Noah Annes, co-founder and CEO of Palms on the pod to talk about their new collaboration with Justin Bieber. Then we're discussing how to legally buy unclaimed Amazon and UPS packages, the USPS's new changes that are slowing down delivery times, Facebook's outage, the Facebook whistleblower's testimony before the senate committee, Rent the Runway's IPO, slow business-travel's effect on hotels, As Seen on Social, and more. Connect with Group Chat! Watch The Pod #1 Newsletter In The World For The Gram Tweet With Us Exclusive Facebook Content
A 50-year-old lipstick is sold out because of TikTok, and brands are sending influencers digital clothing samples. A big embezzlement fashion crime gets an update, and we discuss the relevance of the hemline index. And why is LVMH hiring so many young people? Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
On this episode of AvTalk, we're back at our desks, HNA is going to combine all its airlines, eVTOL orders to be interested in, and pigs!—but not the flying kind. HNA Group to merge its airline portfolio HNA Group will merge up to 10 of the carriers in its portfolio with flagship Hainan Airlines as … The post AvTalk Episode 131: When pigs… stand next to a runway? appeared first on Flightradar24 Blog.
Hurray for the Vanessa Van Cartier! Welcome British Drag! And, Happy Belated Rotterdam pride. We are busy, we are swamped and there is just so much good drag. This week we are joined by deep friend of the pod, Drag Costumier (featured on Drag Race Uk and Drag Race España), and Fashion Designer Phillip Brown. We get a full scoop of news from across the pond and then deep dive into the finale gave us a queen that we deserve but also gave us a lot of confusion. But when drag is as good as what Holland has been serving, who cares! On the Pod: Drag Race UK Season 3 Episode 1, "The Return of Royalty" The curse of Oh Reinette: The Macarena and Anubis both left Drag Race first. Tiana Biscuit, Coco Couture Mijon's new drag name: Bubble N Squeak Young Queens vs Camp Queens Dragging Drag Queens Victoria Scone walked ready to work. Was River Medway runaway actually that bad? Charity Kase is bringing it! Why so many baby queens? Drag Race Holland Season 2 Episode 8, "Drag Race Holland Season 2 Grand Finale" We love the mini-Ru-Union Special. Hurray for Tabitha! Black on the Runway. Really? Vanessa Interview skills! Who is Vivaldi? Discovering Tits on Drag Race. Is RuPaul rejecting cancel culture? Kita Mean saved Down Under. Why is the Death Flop so popular in the UK? Why Drag race is a TV show with competition aspects About our guest: Drag Costumier, Fashion Designer, Illustrator and leading Xena: Warrior Princess scholar, Phillip Brown is Northumberland, England's resident queer creative. Taking inspiration from strong women his work explores camp, tragedy, and reimagined histories with garments recently showcased on RuPaul's Drag Race UK Season 2 and 3 and also Drag Race España Season 1. His brand 'Oh! Reinette' seeks to support and encourage drag and queer expression. FOLLOW PHILLIP BROWN AND OH REINETTEInstagram: oh_reinette and self_whore_traitInstagram: FOLLOW NICKInstagram: neprobst and grow_withnickTwitter: neprobst FOLLOW MIJONInstagram:majorzu FOLLOW THE HUNTYSInstagram: whisperinghuntysFacebook: whisperinghuntysTiktok: whisperinghuntysTwitter: huntywhisperingWhispering Huntys Website Whispering Huntys is an Apocalypse Podcast Network Podcast. Sign up to our Listserv: http://eepurl.com/hfnySr
Are you looking for a dreamy dress or ball gown for an upcoming photo shoot? In today's mini-sode we're sharing where we source our fun gowns and dresses for our photos. Location #1: Selkie! If you know me, you know I'm absolutely obsessed with Selkie dresses! Over the last year I've fallen in love with their romantic and unique style and have started to build out my colorful collection. They also offer dresses of different lengths and fabrics and are size inclusive. Location #2: Rent the Runway As a content creator and influencer, I'm always looking for new trends and pieces to shoot in. Rent the Runway has been perfect for refreshing my wardrobe and allowing me to wear designer dresses I wouldn't normally buy or splurge on. Tune in to hear where else to find dresses and gowns!Follow Emma on Instagram: @emmasedition | Pinterest: @emmaseditionFollow Maddy on Instagram: @madcrayy | Pinterest: @madcrayyFollow the Content Creatives Podcast: @contentcreativespodcastJoin the Content Creatives Podcast Facebook Group!
Ok this one was actually the craziest to record. Taking you on the road from Southampton to NYC! I literally did this in my car while driving in the most insanely bonkers traffic I've ever been in. You'll hear me lose my sh*t (which you probably haven't heard before) but also get very pepped up! I missed New York. I'm going to fill you in on all of the deets from our month-long trip so far including parenting tips for traveling with a toddler, how I lost my stone from my engagement ring, my impossible balancing act, my new COZeCO drop, and more. Thank you for caring and for listening. Grateful for this time I get with you each week! Back to LA very soon :) This episode is brought to you by Rent the Runway, Arrae, KiwiCo and Stamps. Rent the Runway's memberships give you ongoing deliveries of designer clothing and accessories for a flat monthly price. Use promo code WITHWHIT for 30% off! Valid for a limited time so visit RentTheRunway.com today. (terms & conditions apply) Arrae creates natural supplements with real results and zero woo. With accurate dosing, Arrae's alchemy capsules solve everyday problems that women constantly deal with. Go to arrae.com and use code withwhit at checkout for 10% off. Scare up some fun this Halloween with KiwiCo! Redefine learning with play --explore hands-on projects that build confidence, creativity, and critical thinking skills. Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code WITHWHIT at kiwico.com. Stamps.com brings the services of the U.S. Postal Service and UPS shipping right to your computer. Whether you're an office sending invoices, a side hustle Etsy shop, or a full-blown warehouse shipping out orders, Stamps.com will make your life easier. Go to Stamps.com, click on the microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in WITHWHIT for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Produced by Dear Media
Cameron Diaz [Vanilla Sky, There's Something About Mary, Charlie's Angels] and entrepreneur Katherine Power talk with Anna about life, relationships and the genesis of their clean, organic wine, Avaline. Cameron, Katherine and Anna then share their best unqualified advice with a listener suffering from heartbreak, and a soon-to-be married schoolteacher who is worried about her stepmother crashing her wedding.Find a bottle of Avaline near you in 5,000 stores across the nation and drinkavaline.com.Order Dealbreakers now. On sale wherever books are sold.OSEA Experience your new favorite clean skincare line with a special discount just for our listeners. You'll get free samples with every order, and orders over $50 get free shipping. Get 10% off your first order with promo code ANNA at OSEAmalibu.com.Vital Farms Grab a carton of Vital Farms eggs the next time you're at the grocery store and start feeling confident about where your food comes from. Go to vitalfarms.com to learn more. Vital Farms. Where Honest Food Is Raised.Rent the Runway Ready to get dressed again? This fall, step out bigger than ever before — because when you Rent the Runway, the world is your runway. Rent the Runway's memberships give you monthly shipments of designer clothing and accessories for a flat monthly price. Exclusive offer for Unqualified listeners: use promo code ANNA for 30% off! Valid for a limited time so visit RentTheRunway.com today.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoProducers: Michael Barrett, Rob Holysz, Jeph Porter, Kasper SelvigResearcher: Margot BarrettProduction Services: Rabbit Grin Productions rabbitgrinproductions.comDistributed by: Simplecast
On episode 261, I sit down with Victoria Jenkins from Unhidden Clothing. We talk about her journey building an inclusive fashion brand, her journey becoming disabled herself, how we can be more inclusive in the fashion world + so much more! Enjoy! You can follow Victoria's journey with Unhidden Clothing & more: https://linktr.ee/VictoriaAnnStudio Apply now to be on Disability After Dark by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or going to this link: https://calendly.com/disabilityafterdarkpod/disabilityafterdark You can buy DISABILITY AFTER DARK themed MERCH HERE. Also, support Disability After Dark by pledging to the patreon. www.patreon.com/disabilityafterdark
We're still talking about the Met Gala, Telfar is launching a TV channel, and Karl Lagerfeld's estate is being auctioned. You have a new option for getting your Manolos repaired, Kenzo named a new artistic director, and Marie Claire is ending its print run. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
Great Multifamily deals are a needle in a haystack these days, but great deals are still to be had if you're willing to be patient and methodical. Today's guest, Sam Wilson, founder of Bricken Investment Group, has found great Value-Add deals in the Southeast with rental upsides over $300 per unit. Sam also has a Self-Storage fund and has invested in parking garages.
Brothers Phil & Warren go on this new diet where they don't eat anything to prepare for a deep dive into the cult classic dramedy “The Devil Wears Prada.” Topics include adapting the juicy fashion novel & producing the film (1:40), the stars of the picture (10:45), stats & accolades (20:50), best scenes & lines (27:10), Judge Bob's recasting court (42:55), and the film's legacy & lore (1:01:20), plus much more.
Back with another Best Of WITH WHIT! I love curating these. Takes me back to some really inspiring moments. In this episode, I went back and listened to previous interviews I had with my sisters, Ashley, Paige and Jade, during my Staying Home With Whit series! You'll hear a full range of topics from heartbreak to entrepreneurship to motherhood to grief. We hit it all. You can check out the full episodes anytime — Staying Home With Whit | Checking In With My Big Sis, Ashley Port, Part IStaying Home With Whit | My Little Sister, Paige Orell's, New Life With A NewbornStaying Home With Whit | My Sister, Jade & I Talk Beauty, Grief & Sisterhood Love my sisters and if you haven't listened to them yet - you will too. Promise. Thank you always Ash, Paigey and Jadie! This episode is brought to you by Native, Rent the Runway and Vitruvi. Stay fresh, stay clean with Native by going to NativeDeo.com/withwhit or use promo code withwhit at checkout to get 20% off your first order. Vitruvi creates beautiful diffusers and non-toxic essential oils to naturally and safely scent your space. Visit vitruvi.com/withwhit and use code WITHWHIT20 to get 20% off your next purchase. Rent the Runway's memberships give you ongoing deliveries of designer clothing and accessories for a flat monthly price. Use promo code WITHWHIT for 30% off! Valid for a limited time so visit RentTheRunway.com today. (terms & conditions apply) Produced by Dear Media
Our crew today: Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captain Jeff, and Producer/Director Liz Pyper. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week's Plane Tale: "Still Waiting for Help, Still Praying." Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:41] NEWS [00:02:58] Cape Air flight Crashes off Runway in Provincetown [00:10:45] Cathay Pacific to Close London Pilot Base, Review U.S. Bases [00:20:37] Azul ATR-72 Aircraft Shifted By 140km/h Winds In Brazil [00:24:51] Pilot Uses Flight Path to Spell ‘Never Forget' across NorCal Skies 20 Years After Sept. 11 Attacks [00:27:28] GETTING TO KNOW US [00:49:52] COFFEE FUND [00:52:52] FEEDBACK [00:53:02] JJ Pittsburgh - Any Tips for Travel to London? [01:08:09] Gregg - 9/11 Voices of Aircraft Dispatchers [01:09:53] Bob - Part 121 vs 135 Cessna 402 Fleet [01:21:26] Derek - Wing Walker Crash Bournemouth Air Festival [01:26:28] PLANE TALES - Still Waiting for Help, Still Praying [01:47:43] Kevin - The Acronym Song [02:05:17] Final Report: Singapore A359 at Barcelona on Oct 24th 2020, Takeoff Without Clearance [02:14:07] The World's Biggest 747-400 Passenger Operators In 2021 [02:18:55] Sebastien - Thank you for your work! [02:37:36] Mike - Autolands [02:43:25] Becky - Airbus A321LR Versus the Boeing 787 Dreamliner: Which do Pilots Prefer for Transatlantic Flights? VIDEO Don't see the video? Click this to watch it on YouTube! ABOUT RADIO ROGER “Radio Roger” Stern has been a TV and Radio reporter since he was a teenager. He's won an Emmy award for his coverage in the New York City Market. Currently you can hear his reporting in New York on radio station 1010 WINS, the number one all-news station in the nation. Nationally you can hear him anchor newscasts on the Fox News Radio Network and on Fox's Headlines 24-7 service on Sirius XM Radio. In addition Roger is a proud member of and contributor to the APG community. Give us your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. email@example.com airlinepilotguy.com "Appify" the Airline Pilot Guy website (http://airlinepilotguy.com) on your phone or tablet! ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2021, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
On this episode of Keeping it positive we are continuing our conversation about Childhood Cancer Awareness. For the whole month of September we will be talking with different foundations and guests who are making an impact and fighting against Childhood Cancer. This week we sat down with the Executive Director of Runway To Hope, A foundation that supports children & families, primarily in Central Florida, battling pediatric cancer, while seeking a cure. Be sure to check them out on social media! FB @Runway To Hope IG @Runwaytohope Runwaytohope.org
Christian Siriano is going to design denim, Banana Republic is "refreshing" its brand, and a Paris Bulgari store got robbed. In celebrity news, we've got new partnerships for Frank Ocean and Snoop Dogg, and a new beauty venture for Jennifer Aniston. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
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A heavy crosswind pushes an aircraft off the runway during takeoff. Continental Airlines Flight 1404 is getting ready for takeoff when they notice a strong crosswind. The winds are below the maxium speed allowed, but as they begin takeoff, the wind becomes too powerful and the aircraft rolls off the runway. How powerful were these winds and why couldn't the pilots fight it? Find out on this episode of Black Box Down. Sponsored by HelloFresh (http://hellofresh.com/blackboxdown14 and use code blackboxdown14) Gabi (http://gabi.com/blackboxdown) and The Jordan Harbinger Show (http://jordanharbinger.com/start) Take Our Survey!: https://bit.ly/blackboxdownsurvey Find us on social media and buy our merch here! https://linktr.ee/BlackBoxDownPod Black Box Down Crash Simulator: https://roosterteeth.com/watch/black-box-down-1 Tales From The Stinky Dragon: https://link.chtbl.com/stinkydragon
This week I had the virtual pleasure of interviewing with the Lovely Izzy Bonilla. Owner and creative behind Cloud Runway. We talked about her passion for fashion and all things life! Tune in and sip something good while getting an eargasm full of realness :) Share, Rate (on ITunes) and give us a follow! We are available on all podcast platforms! Your support matters and is appreciated! Follow: @cloudrunway For more information about Izzy www.cloudrunway.shop/shop/cloud-runway-styling-services Check out @woofnmeow2020 on Tik Tok (mentioned during the episode) Follow me on all things Social Media @coffeewithcurls
Welcome back to another episode of The Traffic & Conversions Show! Today is all about the how to build out your launch runway content calendar that builds excitement and gets them ready to buyWhen you get this down and you put it in front of the right people...I can guarantee that you'll crush your launch. I'm breaking this down into three phases to make things easy. It's my conversion code method! Let's talk about...“What you do and how you show up in the months before your launch will make or break your results...” At 6:30, we're diving into phase 1 and how to captivate the audience with the content you're creating. “Your goal is to make a connection and to show them what's possible for them....” at 17:25, it's time for phase 2 and how to connect and how to showcase case studies of your customers.“You want to wow these new people who are in your ecosystem...” At 20:50 , it's phase 3...the last phase! I'm telling you my tips and tricks on how to invite customers to your launch.Cheers to building a list of highly qualified people who are begging to work with you. Until next time! Happy Marketing!Looking to learn more? Feel free to send me a DM over on Instagram or book a call with me!
I've been thinking about this a lot lately as I get closer to launching a community of my own. I think we all have experiences of launching something and it doesn't do as well as we had hoped. We plan for it, we create the thing, and we get ready to start marketing it. Then when the time comes to release our offer to our audience it falls flat (or at least doesn't do what we had hoped it would. I want to go deeper into this today because I've experienced both sides of the coin. It also fits nicely with my https://kimdoyal.com/fthehustle (#FtheHustle )movement because doing better work should lead to less hustle and greater rewards. What makes me most excited about this is it's opened my eyes to a completely different (and more deliberate) marketing strategy which, if done intentionally, will always work. Creating the runwayBefore I dig into creating the runway, I want to be clear that what I'm referring to is more like setting the stage and being in alignment. As an example, when Jodi and launched the https://contentcreatorsplanner.com/ (Content Creators Planner) it wasn't out of left field for me to be creating a physical planner for developing a content strategy. I had started the Content Creators group on Facebook two years prior, had been talking about content and content marketing, and was living by my #EverythingIsContent motto. Creating and selling the Content Creators Planner was completely in alignment with how I had been showing up. The time it took from our initial conversation about creating the planner together and launching it to the world was only four months. It was a pretty crazy four months, but we did it. So even though that window was small, people were already used to hearing me talk about content marketing. As soon as we had a logo and initial pages drafted, we started sharing it. This is why it worked. We went from a failed Kickstarter to a presale on our own website the week after Christmas (and announced the presale on New Year's Eve) and successfully funded the production. We didn't have the planner in our hands until March but people had been on the journey with us for months already… They were perfectly happy because they knew we were invested in getting our creation into their hands. This isn't only about the launch of your product/service/offer. It's making sure that when you're ready to market your offer it's in complete alignment with what you've been doing and how you've been showing up. This is something I've been doing for as long as I can remember, but it wasn't as intentional as it is today. https://kimdoyal.com/?p=124691&preview=true#cb8f20a078 (Join the #FtheHUSTLE movement!) More runway means more freedomThis is where the magic happens. Because you're allowing yourself the space and consistency to be in alignment with what you're doing, you can easily test the market for validation on offers. So as an example: I have a friend who is in my Email Insiders VIP group right now (I'm running another group very soon). She does social media marketing for clients and is very active on these platforms. She doesn't just create images and accompanying text and then schedule it, she digs deeper into what is working for the different platforms and tests/tweaks engagement. One of the things I asked her about recently was Twitter threads. As I've gotten more active on Twitter lately I've noticed how popular Twitter threads have become (well, it's new to me, probably been around a while) so I asked her about them. I was saying that I think Twitter threads would be a great way to share the newsletter every week because I could tag people I was mentioning and referencing in the newsletter on Twitter and that the segments of the newsletter could make for unique tweets. She loved the idea, talked about what she knew about Twitter threads, and encouraged me to test it. My first thought was to ask her if she'd be interested in doing a paid workshop on Twitter
Our crew today: Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, and Producer/Director Liz Pyper. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week's Plane Tale: "The Millionaires' Mob." Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:12] NEWS [00:03:54] UPDATE - Navy Wings' Hawker Sea Fury T.20 VX281 Declared a Write-Off [00:09:39] FAA Grounds Virgin Galactic Spacecraft - Branson Launch Investigation [00:21:20] 4 Dead After Small Jet Headed to Outer Banks Crashes on Takeoff, Hits Building [00:33:43] British Airways Considers New Short-Haul Subsidiary Amid Pandemic Strain [00:38:43] GETTING TO KNOW US [01:00:19] COFFEE FUND [01:02:16] FEEDBACK [01:02:25] Glen - Audio [01:10:31] Gary - Surprised! [01:14:11] Stan - Fargo APG [01:16:57] Tom - Landing or Touch and Go? [01:22:28] Magnus - A340 Pilot and His Caravelle Simulator [01:27:27] PLANE TALES - The Millionaires' Mob [01:52:22] Texas Anla'Shok - Civil Air Patrol [01:54:29] Gez - Groundhog day at IAD [01:59:56] Interim Report - Accident: Omni B763 at Bucharest on Aug 28th 2020, Left Main Gear Collapse on Landing [02:25:58] Jeffrey - The Vodka Burner [02:31:09] Rob - Jet Engines and Rain [02:37:43] Dave P - Global X Airlines Bravo! [02:41:33] Texas Charlie - Forwarded Voice Message from a Friend VIDEO Don't see the video? Click this to watch it on YouTube! ABOUT RADIO ROGER “Radio Roger” Stern has been a TV and Radio reporter since he was a teenager. He's won an Emmy award for his coverage in the New York City Market. Currently you can hear his reporting in New York on radio station 1010 WINS, the number one all-news station in the nation. Nationally you can hear him anchor newscasts on the Fox News Radio Network and on Fox's Headlines 24-7 service on Sirius XM Radio. In addition Roger is a proud member of and contributor to the APG community. Give us your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. firstname.lastname@example.org airlinepilotguy.com "Appify" the Airline Pilot Guy website (http://airlinepilotguy.com) on your phone or tablet! ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2021, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
There were a lot of famous names in today's crossword --but even if you don't know 61A, Atlanta rapper featured on Lizzo's Grammy-nominated "Exactly How I Feel", GUCCIMANE, or 24A, Runway model famous for her work as a Victoria's Secret model, CHANELIMAN, the crosses were merciful. Mike, as always, had a few hiccups - he incorrectly guessed 13A _____ milk (nondairy choice), OAT (SOY VEI!), and ironically got 56D, All wound up, TENSE, correct, but then inexplicably failed to get the TENSE correct for the adjacernt clue, 57D, Got some shut-eye, SLEPT (he wrote SLEEP). Jean, of course, cruised through the crossword in her usual inimitable and expeditious style.For all the DEETS, download today's episode and listen up!
Urban Outfitters is launching a resale platform, Iris Apfel is turning 100, and ear piercings might be the new mid-life crisis. Kylie's got a new swimwear line, and Nordstrom is picking up yet another brand to feature. Valentino stores got robbed and fashion designers are very superstitious. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
In this episode I talk it up with Helecia of I Know Lee about mixing sweatpants with dressy tops, wanting to wear exclusive pieces, envisioning outfits in her head, how situations affect her dress choices, the quality and design of Black owned brands, and much more! Give this episode a listen, rate BSA on Apple Podcast, and share it with a friend. Follow Helecia on IG: https://www.instagram.com/iknowlee In this episode she mentions: BBX Brand Hanifa Neemjah Off White Haron Preston Samaria Leah Brandon Blackwood Telfar Follow BSA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackstyleanecdotes/
Erika Armstrong aka "A Chick In the Cockpit" is one of the leading voices in the aviation community. Having flown close to 30 different aircraft, from charters for the World Wide Wrestling Federation to corporate business travel around the globe, Erika has countless stories that any aviator would find edifying.For this episode of the Adventure Flying podcast, Erika focuses on the moment when she found herself flying beneath the runway at Telluride Regional Airport. It was a scary situation that was completely avoidable, and her goal in this episode is to share her mistakes.We also couldn't let Erika go without asking her to reflect on the future of aviation -- as an instructor and someone who has seen the aerospace industry evolve over the years, what does she see that excites her about the technology being presented today? What are potentially the drawbacks?These are Erika's insights from her adventures in the air, which pilots of all skill levels will hopefully find valuable for the next time they take to the skies. This is Adventure Flying.
This week, we looked back on our 2021 Resolutions Episode to check in about how the goals we've achieved, and what goals we've decided to save for later! Grace talks about how she's taking the time to dive into her personal interests and investing in lasting partnerships at work, while Becca shares her RomComPods wins and how she's keeping up with her skincare routine. We also talk about future goals we're hoping to manifest! We also talk about our highs and lows, Grace's documentary binge over the weekend, Becca's upcoming vacation, weather, and wonky sleep schedules. Grace's Documentary Watches Maiden Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir Exit Through The Gift Shop Saving Banksy What We're Reading: Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry Set Boundaries, Find Peace: A Guide to Reclaiming Yourself by Nedra Glover Tawwab The Other Me by Sarah Zachrich Jeng In Polite Company by Gervais Hagerty The People We Keep by Allison Larkin Lizzie and Dante by Mary Bly Obsessions Freedom Moses Sandals The Chair on Netflix Modern Love September Book: The Magic of Found Objects by Maddie Dawson Sponsor: Rent the Runway - go to renttherunway.com/bop to take 40% 2 months of an 8 item plan. Better Help - go to betterhelp.com/badonpaper and use the code for 10% off your first month Zocdoc: go to zocdoc.com/bop to sign up for free and find a top-rated doctor Join our Facebook group for amazing book recs & more! Like and subscribe to RomComPods. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit Grace's blog, The Stripe. New posts daily! Follow us on Instagram @badonpaperpodcast. Follow Grace on Instagram @graceatwood and Becca @beccamfreeman.
For my final podcast, at least for now, I had a great conversation with the one and only Mrs. International 2000, Joanne Beauvoir Brown!What should you know about this fantastic woman:MRS. INTERNATIONAL 2000 (Mrs. Georgia);Mrs. Georgia United States 1997- 1st runner up to Mrs. United States 1997; Mrs. Georgia America 1996 ⁃being a woman of color in pageantry ⁃1st National married title holder to be on cover of Pageantry magazine ⁃Winning a title pre-social media ⁃Struggling with self confidence while wearing a crownAdministrator at a K - 12 school Lawyer - former civil trial attorney Entrepreneur - wellness platform in e-commerce space. Helping women on the journey to self discovery using self care and wellness as their guide. Wife/Mom (2 sons)How to reach Joanne:FB: https://www.facebook.com/joanne.b.brown.98IG: @iambeauvoirMy Mōdere page: http://Beauvision.shiftingretail.comEmail: email@example.comSupport the show (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/authentic-voice-with-janice-mcqueen/id1462542236)
The financial services industry is evolving at a rapid pace, with shifting consumer expectations, new technologies, and developing regulatory requirements. Financial services firms need the right technology to help them stay agile and prepare for the future. The cloud is a key point of leverage for firms looking to improve performance across a broad range of activities. Moving to the public cloud can advance operational resiliency, improve staff productivity, increase regulatory compliance and enhance business model innovation. In this Episode, Chris Hood and Sam Maule are joined by Angel Diaz, VP of Technology Capabilities and Innovation at Discover, to discuss how Discover is establishing a framework for smaller, self-empowered engineering teams to drive innovation.
Here's a sobering stat: While more than 11 million firms are women-owned, only 4% generate revenues of $1 million or more. In this episode, Aliza Freud, founder and CEO of SheSpeaks, an influencer marketing agency founded in 2007, talks about what it takes to grow from solo-preneur to payroll-paying business as well as the pros and cons of seeking investor funds to grow your company.. Please help us grow: Rate, review and subscribe to The Breadwinners today! Episode Links Women Business Owner Statistics: National Association of Women Business Owners Want more Jennifer? Visit Jennwork.com Want more Rachael? Visit Rachaelellison.com Want more Aliza? Visit SheSpeaks.com Visit The Breadwinners store! Our music is “Run for your Money,” by Devil and Perfects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kaarin's baking a cake for a basketball legend, Old Navy is expanding its sizing options, and Lisa finally talks about the blinding modern-day success of Crocs. New Balance is suing Michael Kors, and an aspiring fashion designer has gotten himself into a bit of a pickle. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com
Moschino got bought out, Conde Nast finally paid its rent, and the adaptive clothing market is growing fast. Frank Ocean has a new fashion line, collaboration fatigue is real, and inflation is coming for your wardrobe. Come hang out!
Tiffany's newest campaign is ruffling some feathers and Stitch Fix is shaking up stylist scheduling. We've got a gigantic fashion crime for you, and an update on an old case. Plus: Oscar de la Renta is ditching fur, and Rihanna has released the first fragrance from Fenty. Come hang out!
Tom Eisenmann is the Howard H. Stevenson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School; Peter O. Crisp Chair of Harvard Innovation Labs; and faculty co-chair of the HBS Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, the Harvard MS/MBA Program, and the Harvard College Technology Innovation Fellows Program. In this conversation with Stanford professor Tom Byers, he shares insights from his book “Why Startups Fail: A New Roadmap for Entrepreneurial Success” (Currency, March 2021), which analyzes common patterns that sink both early- and late-stage startups, and also proposes a road map for deciding when to pull the plug and how to fail better.