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Inside the Pallet House
Ozempic Face

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 83:34


East Coast skiing is getting worse every year, yet we keep going back. Fat Tire is trying to keep pace so they are going to remake the recipe so they can suck now too. The race to get worse is on, and we are bearing witness.  

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 37: Previewing Black History Month in Chesterfield

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 21:13


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to Kim Conley of Citizen Information and Resources to talk about the way the county plans to celebrate Black History Month this year and what events are coming up for residents to attend throughout February.    Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Producer/Camera Operator: Martin Stith and Matt Neese Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal, Elizabeth Hart, and Jackie Wilkens   Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guest: Kim Conley, Assistant Director of Citizen Information and Resources   Recorded in-house by Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast     Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Redeemer Anglican Church
With whom do I belong?

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023


Scripture Text: 1 Cor. 12:12-30, Luke 15:1-7 Dan Marotta

Inside the Pallet House
We are Going Wassailing

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 91:29


The world is full of interesting people.  Some of them have all the cool toys, some are thieves, while others are out larping to ward of evil spirits.  This week we meet them all.

Redeemer Anglican Church

Scripture Text: Romans 8:15-17, Matthew 16:16-18 Dan Marotta

Inside the Pallet House

The NFL Playoffs are here which means betting is about to hit a fever pitch. Not all bets have to be about money though, and that is where things can get interesting. Speaking of interesting...why does Stu have a black eye?

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 36: The Impact of Lifelong Learning in Chesterfield

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 23:31


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to Rachel Ramirez, executive director of the Lifelong Learning Institute in Chesterfield, about the mission and work of the non-profit, the way it serves residents, and why it's so important for us to continue to find ways to learn.   Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Producer/Camera Operator: Martin Stith and Matt Neese Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal and Elizabeth Hart   Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guest: Rachel Ramirez, Executive Director of the Lifelong Learning Institute    Recorded in-house by the Department of Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast     Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Black Women Amplified
Black Women in the Arts Series 2023 Welcomes: Jennifer Arnold, Violist

Black Women Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 62:24


We continue our Black women in the Arts Series with the incomparable Jennifer Arnold. She was a delight to speak with. Her journey and story are remarkable. At a young age, she declared her path and embarked on the journey of a lifetime.Hearing her story left me in awe. The experiences she shared reminded me of a great movie filled with adventure and passion. Not only is she on the stage as a violist, but she uses her superpowers to help orchestras navigate diversity through the Black Orchestral Network of which she is a founding member. Join in my delight and enjoy our conversation on the Black Women Amplified Podcast. Monica, Black Women Amplified Please support the podcast with a purchase of merch. www.blackwomenamplified.com/shop. Send us a pic and we will post it on our socials. Jennifer Arnold, Viola Bio:Violist Jennifer Arnold is currently the Artistic Advisor to the Richmond Symphony, a freelance musician and arts consultant living abroad in Taiwan with her husband through the summer of 2024. She recently departed her position as Director of Artistic Planning and Orchestral Operations with the Richmond Symphony (VA) after helping to successfully lead the orchestra safely through the ongoing pandemic, allowing the orchestra to keep performing for the community. Jennifer is passionate about expanding the symphonic canon and focuses her artistic planning skills on creating opportunities for diverse voices to be publicly heard.Prior to her appointment in RVA, she enjoyed 15 seasons as a violist with the Oregon Symphony in addition to serving as Director of Artistic Operations for 45th Parallel Universe in Portland, OR. Jennifer performs as a member of the Gateways Festival Orchestra, Sphinx Symphony, Oregon Bach Festival, and with string quartet, mousai REMIX. A highlight of her career, Jennifer finds immense joy in teaching each summer at the Sphinx Performance Academy for young Black and brown musicians ages 12 – 17. She is a founding member of the Black Orchestral Network and holds memberships with ISBM, ASTA, SAA, AFM Local 99, and the Urban League. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys volunteering, mentoring, languages, traveling, kdrama, and karaoke.  Follow her on most platforms @24caratviolaThank you for listening! Please share with your tribe and leave us a great review. Appreciate it!Join our waitlist for the Power Story Formula. An incredible course designed to help you choose, build and monetize an impactful story. www.monicawisdomHQ.com to sign up. Join our private community. Women EmergedEnjoy your day, Monica Wisdom

Redeemer Anglican Church
What Story Am I In?

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023


Scripture Text: Romans 8:18-25, John 1:1-13 Dan Marotta

Inside the Pallet House
Stu Was Right...Twice

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 101:21


Here's hoping the Holidays treated you well.  Not all of us can go to DollyWood for the Holidays, but Nascar stars do.  The rest of us talked sports and cars in our old Groomsmen suits. Safe Home #43

Redeemer Anglican Church
The Name Above All Other Names

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023


Inside the Pallet House
Holiday Drink Challenge 7

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 86:31


We are back for another edition of the Holiday Drink Challenge, and as always it is an easy decision to crown the winner.  This is due to our perfect math skills which have ensured this will not end in a tie.  Well assuming you are able to find a tie breaking vote when the pressure is on. 

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 35: State of the County 2022 with Dr. Joe Casey

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 25:49


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to County Administrator Dr. Joe Casey to hear more about his State of the County address, what stood out to him about the year that was in 2022, and what he's looking forward to in 2023 and beyond for Chesterfield. You can watch the address in its entirety on our YouTube channel or our website at chesterfield.gov/StateOfTheCounty.    Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Producer/Camera Operator: Martin Stith and Matt Neese Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal and Elizabeth Hart   Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guest: Dr. Joe Casey, County Administrator   Filmed in-house by Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast     Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Redeemer Anglican Church
Our Continuing Need for a Savior

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022


Scripture Text: Titus 2:11-14, Luke 2:1-14 The Rev. Dan Marotta

Redeemer Anglican Church
Seeing the Story from the Inside

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022


Inside the Pallet House
Tangee Christmas

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 68:13


The holidays bring their own set of stressors. Picking the "right" gift, putting together the PowerPoint to tell people about the gifts you want, keeping with traditions that may or may not make sense anymore, knowing how much to tip, saying the word tangy.  Yep it can be a tough time of year. 

Docs Outside The Box - Ordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things
From Burnout to a Profitable Newborn Concierge Practice #340

Docs Outside The Box - Ordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 34:19


RVA baby, a holistic concierge practice for newborns, was born out of pediatrician Dr. Janet West's passion for caring for infants and moms in the early months following birth. In this Docs Outside the Box episode Dr. Nii converses with Dr. West about her journey from a burned out medical director to a creator of a new model of pediatric care that encompasses the whole family. Things to expect in this episode:Dr. West's journey from MD to MBA to Founder of RVA BabyRVA Baby, from burnout to practicing what she loves most about medicineThe RVA Baby model, plus clientele, insurance and affordabilityHow other pediatricians respond to her model of carePassion, risk, profitability and future growth plansGuest Contact Information:Website: www.myrvababy.comEmail: whatsnext@myrvababy.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/myrvababy/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/myrvababyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janet-west-md-mba-37a42678/WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!! TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR ON FUTURE EPISODES!!!!FILL OUT THE DOCS OUTSIDE THE BOX PODCAST SURVEY (in partnership w INCROWD)INCROWDMAKE EXTRA MONEY AS A RESIDENT OR ATTENDING - COMPLETE MEDICAL SURVEYS WITH INCROWDWATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE! Join our communityText word PODCAST to 833-230-2860 Twitter: @drniidarkoInstagram: @drniidarkoEmail: team@drniidarko.com Podcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.comMerch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.com This episode is edited by:Your Podcast PalThis episode is sponsored by Locumstory. Learn how locum tenens helps doctors make more and have the lifestyle they deserve! Check them out HERE!

WarKry Radio - Go Be Great with Coach Karena
Taking The Superwoman Cape Off With Katrina Butler

WarKry Radio - Go Be Great with Coach Karena

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 23:31


Based in RVA, Katrina Butler is the founder and CEO of KRB Executive Services LLC - a virtual support agency that works solely with women entrepreneurs. Starting her business right at the beginning of the pandemic, this self-proclaimed “chaos organizer” has been sharpening her skills and has joined the ranks of Dubsado Certified Specialists and Asana Services Partners. Katrina spends her days helping her clients increase their productivity & smash their business goals. She is known for her kind-hearted yet no-nonsense approach to organization, creating & implementing systems, and pre-planning. She enjoys taking her clients' visions and ideas and helping them become a reality. What is the one thing listeners need to know about working with you? I am dedicated to supporting women business owners as they take charge of their businesses and transition from the overwhelm caused by solopreneurship. My goal is to help women like YOU reduce stress, shift your focus from daily Hooperational tasks to your clients, and run your businesses more confidently! Ready to see how an online business manager can take your business to the next level? We should set up a time to talk! Click here to schedule your FREE 20-minute consultation call today. KRB Executive Services LLC is a virtual support agency that works with women entrepreneurs with service-based businesses. I help my clients streamline their systems, increase productivity, and improve their work-life balance. From thought to completion, I work alongside my clients to create efficient processes to help them better serve their clients. There are 5 main ways that I support my clients: 1. Monthly virtual support as an online business manager 2. The Executive Launch VIP Day 3. Launch Support & Project Management 4. 1:1 Strategy Sessions 5. Workshops GO BE GREAT! WITH COACH KARENA PODCAST Ready to be a guest on the show? We'd love for you to create and submit your profile to us! Once we have received and reviewed it, if you're a great fit, then we will email you a link to schedule your recording. If you're interested but not sure if you're ready to be a featured guest, then you may want to grab my mini e-course to help you get ready. Hundreds of budding and established entrepreneurs have sought to be on my podcast. Not all of them were approved. To be honest...some just were not ready, which was evident. Are you a woman wanting to live your life on purpose? We're here to help women overcome the inner stumbling blocks holding them back from living their authentic life. You can listen in and learn how to break through limiting beliefs, self-sabotage, and procrastination to achieve your goals and live your life of purpose and authenticity. Your host, Karena Calhoun, has been there before–she knows what it feels like to be stuck in a rut or overwhelmed by everything going on in life. She's learned how important it is not only to set goals so that they become reality instead of just dreams. And now she wants to share. Click the button below to submit your request to be a guest. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gobegreat/message

Redeemer Anglican Church
An Immanuel-Shaped Life

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022


Scripture Text: Isaiah 7:10-17, Matthew 1:18-25 The Rev. Dan Marotta

Inside the Pallet House
Full Circle

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 86:16


We revisit a trend from a couple of decades ago that is coming back into fashion.  Might as well be a bullseye.  Speaking of bullseyes, you can't keep saying you are not on steroids while also being the largest meathead on the internet. People are going to keep taking shots at you until something sticks. 

Malik's First Job Podcast
Fruits, Vegetables and Entrepreneurship with Brandi Brown

Malik's First Job Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 35:53


Richmond, Virginia-native, Brandi Battle-Brown is the owner of Ms. Bee's Juice Bar. She started juicing in the summer of 2018 after competing in a fitness contest and immediately fell in love with the results.  Brandi then shared her juicing habits with others and had her first pop up in the winter of 2018. The feedback she received  was incredible, which led Brandi to establish Ms. Bee's Juice Bar, which is a pillar in the Brookland Park Community.  Her vision is to inspire the community to adopt healthier lifestyles.  In addition to her juice bar, Brandi enjoys helping families find their dream home through her real estate company; Samson Properties.  Connect with Ms. Bee's Juice Bar:Website:             https://www.msbeesjuicebar.comInstagram:         https://www.instagram.com/msbeesjuicebar Sign up for the Real Estate Wholesaling Mastermind Course with Chris Jefferson: https://www.startflippingdeals.com/webreg?via=kerwynStart your own podcast with Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1847701Purchase Malik's First Job: Financial Principles for Teens:www.maliksfirstjob.com Follow Malik's First Job on Social Media: Facebook:         https://www.facebook.com/maliksfirstjobInstagram:         https://www.instagram.com/maliksfirstjobTwitter:               https://www.twitter.com/maliksfirstjob     ​   

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 34: A Banner Year for Economic Development in Chesterfield

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 29:14


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to Garrett Hart, the director of economic development, about what was a massive year for Chesterfield with big announcements and lots more likely coming our way in 2023 and beyond.   Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Producer/Camera Operator: Martin Stith and Matt Neese Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal and Elizabeth Hart   Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guests: Garrett Hart, Director of Economic Development   Filmed in-house by the Department of Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast     Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Inside the Pallet House
An Old Fashioned Soaking

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 82:10


The Holidays are coming at us full bore, and we have a bit of a holiday miracle this week as we are joined by new and old friends.  We also help to settle the age old question of whether Pilk or Cilk is better.  Ok let's be honest, we didn't even know this was a thing until just now, but I'll be damned if we don't already have an opinion.  

Good Morning, RVA!
Good morning, RVA: New C*Os, more revenue, and zoning details

Good Morning, RVA!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022


Good morning, RVA! It's 53 °F, and today, after the wet weather moves through, looks like our warmest day of the week. Expect highs in the 60s to go along with a small possibility of rain this morning. I think, after today, we might get enough rain-free days to dry out our soggy landscapes! P.S. You are not imagining it: Karri Peifer at Axios Richmond reports that our average winter temperatures are four degrees warmer than in the 1970s. Water cooler Big news from RPS Superintendent Kamras's daily email: The school district has hired a new Chief Wellness Officer and Chief Operating Officer. Both internal hires, Renesha Parks (previously the Director of Exceptional Education) will serve as the CWO, while Dana Fox (the Director of School Construction) will take over at COO. Congratulations to these bold, brave women who step into important and complicated roles. We'll see what the future holds for them, because I was pretty convinced that the School Board would pull some shenanigans to keep these positions open even longer. Jahd Khalil at VPM reports that the Mayor's administration has finalized the total amount of revenue collected from the City's real estate tax, which clocks in at $21 million over their original estimate. Most of the additional cash will help pay for inclement weather shelters and additional raises for police, fire, and emergency communications staff. Quick aside about the latter: “A press release from the mayor's office said those pay adjustments would be for employees not accounted for in a $17 million increase in first-responder wages in May's budget.” This sort of “Ope! We found more money!” happens every year to some extent, so you shouldn't be too scandalized by this reporting—but it's clearly not the best way to run things. Would last year's budget process have gone any differently with an additional $17 million hanging around? No clue, but it'd be nice to have all the money on the table before we head into budget season. That's why (I think), when the Mayor introduced his plan to issue real estate tax rebates, an additional piece of the assessments puzzle was to “align the city's assessment and budget cycles.” Theoretically that administrative shift might could fix these sorts of year-end money influxes. Richmond BizSense's Jonathan Spiers has some great reporting on the draft details of Those Thee Zoning Changes, specifically the proposed changes to the City's Airbnb regulations: “the recommendations would eliminate a primary residency requirement in which operators must reside at the property being rented for at least half the year. Instead, [Short-Term Rentals] would be permissible in any dwelling in any of the city's zoning districts, but with a distance requirement separating the unit from another STR at a non-primary residence.” This is a hard sentence for my brain to understand, but, I think the intent here is to allow landlords to run multiple Airbnbs but prevent them from buying up entire blocks of housing to use as short-term rentals. This is, of course, anti-housing and will reduce the amount of housing stock in Richmond, but I think it is a compromise I'd be willing to trade for permitting by-right Accessory Dwelling Units everywhere and the entire elimination of parking minimums (the other two zoning changes). You can flip through the City's presentation on these changes here and you can leave a public comment here. We all know the A.P. Hill monument at Hermitage and Laburnum is horrible, creates one of the most dangerous intersections in the city, and will, at some point, come down. When, though? I've been pretty wait-and-see, since legal challenges tend to take forever to lawyer their way through the system, but it does feel like we're getting close. NBC12's Henry Graff reports that the statue could come down as early as next week. Exciting! This morning's longread How Apples Are Ranked I'm almost positive I've linked to this apple guy before, but now he's got his own, very thorough, very funny apple ranking site. Yes, it's mostly a joke, but it's also entirely a real apple ranking site. Thankfully in the early 2000s, due to the emergence of a class of idle yuppies willing to shell out disproportionate amounts of disposable income at organic grocery stores, it became economically viable to invest in the development of what I term “designer apples.” As a result, a dizzying array of new apples hit the shelves and continued to do so year after year. With so many new breeds, the antiquated system of delegating an apple as “good” or “bad” is an unworkable injustice of oversimplification. Society demands an updated rubric for apple evaluation that meets the moment. I have created that rubric. I have no children. This rating scale is my only hope to keep my namesake alive. It is something I hope to be utilized for generations to come and is my only chance at achieving immortality. Therefore I am naming this system: The Frange 100 Point Apple Rating Scale aka the F100. If you'd like to suggest a longread to show up here, go chip in a couple bucks on the ol' Patreon. Picture of the Day Just seconds before runneling.

Nurture Small Business
Your Company Culture Can't Grow with a Stinky Fish

Nurture Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 31:45


A company culture, like a garden, is cultivated by everyone. With the proper setup, cultures can flourish and grow in the right direction. Gustavo Razzetti, CEO of Fearless Culture, shares his methods for laying the groundwork for a growth-oriented culture.  Start by throwing out those “stinky fish;” problems within the organization that only get more rotten the longer they are ignored. Next, don't mistake busyness for productivity. A toxic culture can turn simple processes into long, stressful ordeals. Learn more about healthy culture adjustments and check out Gustavo's book Remote Not Distant. There, you'll find even more insightful tips to help your hybrid remote team thrive. About Your Host DCA Virtual Business Support President, Denise Cagan, has been working with small businesses for over 20 years. She has served on the boards of professional organizations such as Business Leaders of Charlotte (BLOC) and the National Association of Women Business Owners Charlotte (NAWBO). Denise is also a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, which is a program for small businesses that links learning to action for growth-oriented entrepreneurs.   Recognized as a facilitator, problem solver, and builder, Denise enjoys speaking to business groups about social media for small businesses and motivating remote and work-from-home (WFH) teams. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Quality Systems Management from James Madison University. With extensive experience in outsourcing solutions that provide administrative, creative, marketing, and website support, she is able to help other small businesses grow and thrive. Connect with Denise DCA Virtual Business Support website. View and listen to Podcasts with Denise Cagan. LinkedIn

Redeemer Anglican Church
Renewal Through Judgement

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022


Redeemer Anglican Church
Renewal Through Judgement

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022


Inside the Pallet House
Spectacular Bellybutton

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 86:01


We have reached the end of our mustache growing season, and it is time to celebrate.  Might be time to break out the Chick-Fil-A peppermint milkshakes.  Be careful though, too much of a good thing can blow out your bellybutton. 

Chesterfield Behind the Mic
Episode 33: Explaining Chesterfield's Recycling Changes

Chesterfield Behind the Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 16:36


On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to John Neal, Director of General Services for Chesterfield, about upcoming changes to the way the county does recycling, how they came about, what was behind choosing the way forward, and what it all means for residents.   Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Producer/Camera Operator: Martin Stith and Matt Neese Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J. Elias O'Neal   Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl   Guests: John Neal, Director of General Services chesterfield.gov/recycling   Recorded in-house by the Department of Communications and Media   Chesterfield.gov/podcast     Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.

Third Church Sermons
Isaiah: A Song of Waiting

Third Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 38:00


Isaiah: A Song of Waiting by Third Church, RVA

Nurture Small Business
What To Do When Trust Breaks Down in Your Business

Nurture Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 26:52


Once trust is lost, it's difficult to get it back. How can business owners foster trust and open communication with their teams? Shantera Chatman, President of PowHer Consulting, returns to the show to teach us how. Shantera works with businesses of all stripes to pinpoint cultural gaps and communication breakdowns. Her immersive experiences and guided listening sessions have helped strengthen teams and set them on the path to positive change. Find out how empathetic listening can repair bridges in your organization. Don't forget to check out our last talk with Shantera on Women's Equality Day! About Your Host DCA Virtual Business Support President, Denise Cagan, has been working with small businesses for over 20 years. She has served on the boards of professional organizations such as Business Leaders of Charlotte (BLOC) and the National Association of Women Business Owners Charlotte (NAWBO). Denise is also a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, which is a program for small businesses that links learning to action for growth-oriented entrepreneurs.   Recognized as a facilitator, problem solver, and builder, Denise enjoys speaking to business groups about social media for small businesses and motivating remote and work-from-home (WFH) teams. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Quality Systems Management from James Madison University. With extensive experience in outsourcing solutions that provide administrative, creative, marketing, and website support, she is able to help other small businesses grow and thrive. Connect with Denise DCA Virtual Business Support website. View and listen to Podcasts with Denise Cagan. LinkedIn

Redeemer Anglican Church
Renewal Through Formation

Redeemer Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022


Christ the King Scripture Text: Colossians 1:11-20, Luke 23:33-43 Tuck Bartholomew

Inside the Pallet House
3 Bags of Thanksgiving Leftovers

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 92:11


Happy Thanksgiving. Here's hoping you had the perfect amount of food and nothing went to waste. No throwing out of the new medical devices with the trash, and only your favorite purple shirt to wear. Maybe you even got to try that new lab grown turkey. Yes, the season is upon us.       

Nurture Small Business
How TrackMage Makes E-commerce Fulfillment Easy

Nurture Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 29:02


Errors in shipping and fulfillment can seriously drain your business's budget and your customers' patience. That's why Irina Poddubnaia created TrackMage, a software that automatically corrects many points of failure in the e-commerce experience. After operating a fulfillment center in China, Irina found that typical methods of supply chain management needed an update. Quality features like customer contact info verification and real-time tracking are taking the headache out of the customer experience. Find out how Irina developed TrackMage, how it's reducing the impact of failed deliveries, and how to get your e-commerce business off the ground. Be sure to check out Irina's free ebook that will show you how to increase your sales on any budget! About Your Host DCA Virtual Business Support President, Denise Cagan, has been working with small businesses for over 20 years. She has served on the boards of professional organizations such as Business Leaders of Charlotte (BLOC) and the National Association of Women Business Owners Charlotte (NAWBO). Denise is also a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, which is a program for small businesses that links learning to action for growth-oriented entrepreneurs.   Recognized as a facilitator, problem solver, and builder, Denise enjoys speaking to business groups about social media for small businesses and motivating remote and work-from-home (WFH) teams. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Quality Systems Management from James Madison University. With extensive experience in outsourcing solutions that provide administrative, creative, marketing, and website support, she is able to help other small businesses grow and thrive. Connect with Denise DCA Virtual Business Support website. View and listen to Podcasts with Denise Cagan. LinkedIn 

Redeemer Anglican Church

Christ the King Scripture Text: Colossians 1:11-20, Luke 23:33-43 Tuck Bartholomew

Inside the Pallet House
Troy's Flying Solo

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 93:59


Is Troy about to become a FanBoy of a product he has railed against in the past?  Time will tell, but all indications point to "yes".        

Jeff Katz
Helping out kids in need

Jeff Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 11:25


Perry Barber of the Richmond Police Athletic League and Daniel Johnson of U-Turn Sports joined Jeff Katz to talk about their mission to brighten up Christmas for 200 kids in the RVA area.

Third Church Sermons
The Way of Tov: Mercy

Third Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 28:40


The Way of Tov: Mercy by Third Church, RVA

Redeemer Anglican Church

Daniel: Faithful Presence in the City / Scripture Text: 2 Timothy 1:3-14, Luke 15:11-32 The Rt. Rev John Guernsey

Inside the Pallet House
Communist Covered Bacon

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 97:46


Troy is triggered this week, and all because some people just don't know how to park. We start talking Christmas movies until we realize it is way too early to be thinking about this kind of stuff.  I mean seriously we don't even have our full mustaches grown in yet. 

Inside the Pallet House
Axis of Cars

Inside the Pallet House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 91:03


The mustaches are slowly making their appearance, and thus far they haven't changed our lives like a billion dollars would.  Smoked queso may change our lives, but we are split on the addition of Velveeta. In fact the only thing we can agree on is that New Jersey may actually be getting something right in regards to car ownership.  No seriously. 

Moped Monday Podcast
MMP Episode 202 Pre Gaveyardoween Chiller

Moped Monday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 84:12


Welcome to MMP episode 202! This week we just have a little RVA chiller with the original Graveyard couple. FYCRAM