And other questions facing the Timberwolves as they begin their season, including Jon K's assessment of the potential starting lineup. Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
Halloween is near and scary trail stores abound. Hear one from Big Ass Runner Herd member CJ, who inadvertently created her own scary costume. How'd she do it? Listen to find out.In segment two, Timmy Time is back to help our music compassion child Steven learn some new Halloween-themed songs. How does Steven do? How many of these song artists can you name? Jeff thinks some of the Big Ass Runner Herd will get them all. And get an update from Path Projects founder Scott Bailey on the latest product innovations and get the latest on the supply chain issues in the garment industry. Should you get a jump on those holiday gifts now? All that and more on Episode 64 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast.Episode 64 line-up:Intro: Heather Lee (@heatherruns_trails)Pre-show: An update from Path Projects founder Scott BaileySegment One: Scary Trail Stories (feat. CJ @cjb.health)Shoutout and Kudos: Dani Mathews (@unicorns.eat.pancakes)Segment Two: Timmy Time (Scary Songs)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Say It Isn't So" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Custom songwriting businesses are HUGE right now and popping up everywhere! This simply means that you write a song for somebody for a special occasion. Could be a birthday, wedding, anniversary, you name it. I sat down with a new friend of mine Leo Saunders who is the CEO of TuneRiver and talked to him about his custom songwriting company. In this interview, you'll learn about how his artists are compensated, how much he pays, and his collaboration process! Tuneriver.com Email Leo @: firstname.lastname@example.org and use “referred by Kris at PLAB” in the subject line Get your free trial for over $5,000 worth of pro plugins and sounds here
Guests: Dr. Elaine Saunders, Co-Founder of Blamey & Saunders (acquired by Sonova); Kat Penno - Director of Hearing Health at Nuheara Topic: 10 Years of Pioneering Telehealth & Remote Audiology Dr. Elaine Saunders and Kat Penno join the podcast this week to look back at the past, present and future of Telehealth in the Audiology space. The three discuss Elaine's pioneering work at Blamey & Saunders, which was a remote-first, telehealth based Audiology company launched in 2011. During the conversation, Elaine shares about what growing a telehealth company was like a decade ago, how much has changed at the infrastructure level, how much more feasible telehealth has become, and ultimately, the vision for how telehealth will become more widely adopted and more viable for hearing professionals into the future. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/futureear/message
Former Missouri Tigers football players Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders sit down with Brad Ekwerekwu and talk about what he's up to now, how the team now is doing, and their time at Mizzou. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
Jon dishes on what went wrong for Rosas, Gupta's rise, and why Wright didn't play in Minnesota. Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
Welcome to another episode of the Women Over 50, Life Redesigned! Today, we're sitting down with Wendee Saunders. Wendee has always celebrated a woman's right to success and independence. Wendee has many business interests across many platforms, Networking Marketing, Container Home Building, Women's Coaching and preparing for a launch of a new beauty brand. She doesn't believe in limits and at 52 feels like she is just getting started. In the last year she has become an Open Heart Surgery Survivor so while her energy was boundless before she is now a force to be reckoned with and with this second chance at life is taking all things to the next level. In this episode, Wendee shares how she was able to go through loss and an open heart surgery and how this fueled her to live a more meaningful life. She shares with us how important it is to stay curious especially for women our age and to think of retirement as a transition season, not an end of a career. Make sure to tune in until the end because she also talks about her SPF method that helps ladies to effortlessly be their best selves! [00:01 - 13:28] Opening Segment Welcome to the podcast! Join us on our Facebook Group, see links below Shoutout to Podcasting Business School! I Introduce Wendee to the podcast Wendee tells us about her story Wendee talks about experiencing loss Launching a coaching business during the pandemic Wendee shares about her open heart surgery [13:29 - 29:09] Powering Through Loss and a Surgery The importance of remembering who you are Looking at the things that you can control The only way out of grief is through Keeping a growth mindset and staying curious at this age Words either lock or unlock your potential Transitioning instead of retiring [34:43 - 41:30] Staying Pretty Forever and Helping Other Women Teaching women how to take care of themselves Achieving health and wellness effortlessly Finding what makes you happy [41:31 - 43:27] Closing Segment Connect with Wendee through the links below Final words Tweetable Quotes: “I just remind myself of all of this shit, pardon my language, that I have been through in my life. And I've come out on the other side, and the reason I've come out on the other side is because of me.” -Wendee Saunders “I'm really excited because I am just so passionate about being happy, you have to just get clear with what makes you happy.” -Wendee Saunders Connect with Wendee through https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendee-saunders-39a55524/ (LinkedIn), https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendee-saunders-39a55524/ (Instagram), or https://www.facebook.com/withwendee/ (Facebook)! SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW and share it with other women over 50 who want to redesign their lives to a one that they love. Join our https://www.facebook.com/groups/aliferedesigned/ (Facebook Group)! Connect with me on https://www.facebook.com/shelly.drymon.96 (Facebook) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellydrymon/ (LinkedIn). Check out our website at http://www.womenover50aliferedesigned.com (www.womenover50aliferedesigned.com) Support this podcast
One of our favorite segments, My First Trail Race, is back with another installment. Hear Big Ass Runner Herd member Chelsea Ericson talk about her first trail race, and how she went from a 5K to a 50K in one big jump. Did she finish? You'll have to listen to find out. In segment two, we bring back a new segment called That Bites. Find out if this sound bite passes the smell test....so to speak. And there may be a little surprise....let's just say very successful trail runner has a special message for the Herd.All that and more on Episode 63 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast. Episode 63 line-up:Intro: Glenn Roby (@ryzen_is_running)Pre-show: A special message from a trail running superstarSegment One: My First Trail Race (feat. Chelsea Ericson)Shoutout and Kudos: Denver Isom (@run__denver__run)Segment Two: That Bites (this is a load of crap)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Super Soaker" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Inês Azevedo, an associate professor of energy resources engineering at Stanford University, a senior fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment, and a fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy. Azevedo publishes on a very wide range of topics, but the conversation in this episode focuses on her work that examines the effects of particulate matter emissions from the power sector and how those emissions affect public health. Azevedo describes where the emissions come from, how the pollution affects different parts of the country, how effects vary across racial and demographic characteristics, and much more. References and recommendations: “Fine Particulate Air Pollution from Electricity Generation in the US: Health Impacts by Race, Income, and Geography” by Maninder P. S. Thind, Christopher W. Tessum, Inês L. Azevedo, and Julian D. Marshall; https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.est.9b02527 “Optimizing Emissions Reductions from the U.S. Power Sector for Climate and Health Benefits” by Brian J. Sergi, Peter J. Adams, Nicholas Z. Muller, Allen L. Robinson, Steven J. Davis, Julian D. Marshall, and Inês L. Azevedo; https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.est.9b06936 “Energy Efficiency: What Has Research Delivered in the Last 40 Years?” by Harry D. Saunders, Joyashree Roy, Inês M. L. Azevedo, Debalina Chakravarty, Shyamasree Dasgupta, Stephane de la Rue du Can, Angela Druckman, Roger Fouquet, Michael Grubb, Boqiang Lin, Robert Lowe, Reinhard Madlener, Daire M. McCoy, Luis Mundaca, Tadj Oreszczyn, Steven Sorrell, David Stern, Kanako Tanaka, and Taoyuan Wei; https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-environ-012320-084937 Collaborative late-night show episodes about climate change; https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/23/arts/television/late-night-climate-change.html Many recent blog posts from Resources for the Future about fuel economy standards, machine learning, smart thermostats, and the Clean Electricity Performance Program on the Resources website; https://www.resources.org/
Pestiesen szólva „nem semmi” műsorunk elmegy a falig érdekfeszítésben. Bede Márton még mindig Thaiföldről, Uj és Winkler még mindig a Hollán Ernő utcából. 00.00: Márton, gratulálunk! És hogy sikerült mindez MZP-nek? 03.00: Márki-Zay Péter inzteriorizáltabban homofób. 06.00: MZP odabaszási potenciálja, szegény Soros van most magára hagyva... 08.30: Turista- és halászszámlálás Ao Nang Beach-en. 11.00: Antiszemita kirohanás, és járványhelyzet a világ körül. 14.10: Neked itt a helyed, Márton, a Lidlben! 15.00: Cseppfertőzés fake news. 18.00: Hülyék osztják a Nobel-díjat, igazságot Kállay-Saunders Andrásnak, és Erdő Péternek! 19.00: A Rappler, a filippínó Telex és 444 egyben. 22.00: Krem. 24.20: Valójában már el is startolt a Borízű Hírlevél. 26.30: Angela Merkel nem egy rocksztár. 27.40: A spanyol sertés az új ingatlanbuborék? 29.02: A Jamón Jamónt valójában nem Almodóvar rendezte, hanem Gigas Luna, de Javier Bardem stimmel (partner: Penélope Cruz). 35.30: Ma van a kávé napja? Nem, nem ma van. Zabtejes kretének. 39.15: Különféle klónok. Illetve lótúrók. 40.00: Geisha kávé, unciánként 12 dollárért 41.15: Klein Dávid a héten a Daiquirit nem mászta meg. Felkészül: Sex on the beach. 41.55: Láb nélkül a Manaslun 45.00: David Lee Roth bedobta a cipőt (DLR a Fates Warning turnén érzi jól magát 1981-ben). 49.00: Zenekarok, akik nem gondolták komolyan: Zodiac Mindwarp. 51.30: Brujería, a zapatista grindcore. 53.30: Brazíliában a tengerparton vettem két tucat osztrigát, de a csávó nem tudott 24-ig számolni. 55.00: Dinosaur JR, Van Halen-tagadóknak 57.30: Macskás videók, kretén poénok 2021. 59.00: Shaquille O'Neal túlélés közben szarvas-méhlepényt falatozik. 61.30: Paul Giamatti Weight Loss.
This episode features guest AJ Saunders. AJ is the founder AJS Digital Group, a media company with over a decade of experience in digital marketing specializing in affiliate marketing. Did you know you could make over $100 thousand dollars per year running an affiliate website? Find out the top strategies and where to start if you want to start an affiliate website. In this episode, AJ reveals common mistakes most make when starting an affiliate website and why you need a strategy in place when getting started with affiliate marketing. Not interested in being an affiliate? You still will want to listen as this episode discusses SEO. Use lessons learned by affiliate websites to rank your website higher organically including backlinks, their importance and how you can earn them. Finally, discover some ideas on how to develop ideas for content and why fresh content is essential in affiliate marketing. Episode Action Items: You can find more information regarding AJ Saunders and AJS Digital Group by visiting at https://www.ajsdigitalgroup.co.uk. ABOUT THE HOST: Andy Splichal, who was recently named to the Best of Los Angeles Awards' 2021 Fascinating 100 List, is the founder and managing partner of True Online Presence, author of the Make Each Click Count book series and founder of Make Each Click Count University. He is a certified online marketing strategist with twenty plus years of experience and counting helping companies increase their online presence and profitable revenues. To find more information on Andy Splichal, visit www.trueonlinepresence.com or read The Full Story on his blog, blog.trueonlinepresence.com. New episodes of the Make Each Click Count Podcast, are released each Friday and can be found on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Apple Podcast and Make Each Click Count Podcast.
This week's episode features Saunders & Associates real estate agent Darius Narizzano who gives compelling insight on buying into this hot Hamptons market and what he sees happening for the future. Darius also discusses his most recent purchase, a Hamptons house of his own.
➡️ For More Episodes, Visit: successstorypodcast.com ➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory Today, you'll hear me on the 'S2 Podcast' podcast hosted by Stephanie Saunders. We chat about some strategies for starting and growing a podcast. Subscribe to 'The S2 Show': https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-podcast-ft-scott-d-clary/id1561654415?i=1000530225255 Tweet Me: twitter.com/scottdclary My Newsletter: newsletter.roioverload.com/subscribe
Former Mizzou quarterback Corby Jones joins Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders on Homecoming week to talk about some of his favorite homecoming games and memories. The guys also touch on Mizzou's recent game against Tennessee and the aftermath of the loss. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
Jonny K on Edwards and Beverly and team defense. Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
Meaningful and candid conversations about health and tapping into your intuitive self; this is the Rebel Talk podcast with Dr. Michelle Peris. This episode is brought to you by The Wild Collective. For more information, please see the bottom of this episode's show notes. Dr. Peris would like you to stay awake for this episode as her guest today would like to put you to sleep. Dr. Leigha Saunders joins the podcast today to discuss sleep patterns including our body clock, natural rhythms, chronotype, how sleep is the ultimate gauge of your nervous system, and how important sleep is to your mindset and health. Dr. Saunders is opening up her online sleep program that involves habit-changing. Sign up here: https://thesleepfix.com/masterclass Continue on your wild journey… Wild Collective link: https://join.the-wild-collective.com/start-today-1 This episode of the Rebel Talk Podcast is brought to you by The Wild Collective. The Wild Collective is our community health initiative that helps women understand the intersection of our physiology, how our body works, how our hormones, how our stress, how our lifestyle factors influence our ability to connect with our intuition. It is where like-minded individuals have high-level conversations and learn a curriculum that every woman has the right to know, that is in their best interest to understand so that they can take their health and their life to the next level. It is our deepest honor and privilege to be able to offer this here at the poppy clinic. If you have been curious to learn more about our sisterhood and how to leverage community as your superpower to take radical action in your life. Then I highly recommend that you connect with us in two ways. One, you join our five day free challenge via the link on our Instagram page and two, you join our upcoming masterclass. It is called the science of sisterhood, the ultimate women's health blueprint. We would love for you to join us. www.poppyclinic.com Dr. Michelle Peris at Instagram Dr. Michelle Peris at Facebook Designs for Health Have you ever heard of IV Vitamin Therapy? This is one of the treatments that are offered at the Poppy Clinic, you can receive it as a stand-alone treatment or as part of your holistic health care. IV stands for Intravenous. It is a 40-minute session during which you are administered a customized blend of vitamins intravenously, right into your bloodstream. The advantage of getting your vitamins this way is that the digestive tract is bypassed in order for you to absorb 100% of what you are getting, you are receiving the vitamins directly, and are able to get much higher doses of the vitamins than you would ever be able to get otherwise. Did you know that 1 of 3 people have a digestive compromise? This means that even if you are eating a great diet or taking all of your vitamins, you might not actually be digesting and absorbing everything. IV Vitamin Therapy is the treatment that helps you absorb 100% of vitamins into your system. Benefits of IV Vitamin Therapy: - Boost your immune system - Heal from chronic disease - Fight off infections - Boost your mood - Improve sleep quality - Calm your nervous system - Health optimization - Prevention of disease - Anti-aging and collagen production boost Reach out to the Poppy Clinic! You don't need a referral. We look forward to meeting you very soon!
Episode 702 brings you our conversation with Aliza Saunders, a 18/19 alum of Tinvu: Building Justice. Tivnu is a nine-month gap year program focused on social justice engagement. Participants create a community living together, discovering the Pacific Northwest, and exploring the bond between Jewish life and social justice while working with Portland's cutting-edge grassroots organizations. You can find Gap Year Radio on instagram and facebook @gapyearradio or online at www.gapyearradiopodcast.com. You can email us your gap year questions or comments at email@example.com You can download our show wherever you find your favorite podcasts, and if you have a moment, we'd love for you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts so more people can discover Gap Year Radio!
With all the ups and downs in the world today, we felt like a heavy dose of encouragement is just what the doctor ordered. So we got a doctor on the show! In segment one, Dr. G is back to give us a word of encouragement, and Big Ass Runner Herd member Kelly Black shares her own dose of encouragement as well.In segment two, Chief Encouragement Officer Jake Thompson shares how trail runners can Compete Every Day. You'll benefit from his words of encouragement and ways to reframe the story we tell ourselves. Plus, we sprinkle in a few other surprises along the way.All that and more on Episode 62 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast. Episode 62 line-up:Intro: Andy Allen @the.andy.allenPre-show: Why an encouragement episode?Segment One: A Does of Encouragement (feat. Dr. G @dr_keving and Kelly Black @lovegoesthedistance)Shoutout and Kudos: The Big Ass Runner HerdSegment Two: Compete Every Day (feat. Jake Thompson @competeeveryday)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Sunny Side Up" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
TOPICS: "Clouds & dirt" Saunders is improving Lex work orders. Email screenshots to firstname.lastname@example.org Saunders is jumping into different roles. Grimsmo had the kern running for 39 hours! Saunders new Okuma is 2 weeks away. Shop updates, more space? Grimsmo has a potential collaboration in the work.
Conserving wild species doesn't seem like it would be that controversial. No one wants to see an extinction. But at the same time, don't we believe that every animal matters? If every animal matters, how can we justify killing some to save others? And how do we determine what deserves saving in the first place? We sit down with Emma Marris to talk about her new book, "Wild Souls: Freedom and Flourishing in the Non-Human World".
Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders catch up with former Mizzou and NFL wide receiver Danario Alexander. The guys talk about the current Tigers football team, their impressions of the new leadership, Danario's NFL career and their time in Columbia. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
Reid Sanders has proclaimed the Gospel of Jesus Christ in both word and deed in over ninety nations and across the United States. Today he shares a powerful story that will encourage you to diligently pray for your lost loved ones until they are saved.
In a crossover event, the hosts of rich and REGULAR, Julien and Kiersten Saunders, sit down with Rory. They have their first book coming out next year, and they ask Rory about strategies for making it a success. Rory offers a fairly comprehensive set of instructions for maximizing sales of a new book. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a crossover event, the hosts of rich and REGULAR, Julien and Kiersten Saunders, sit down with Rory. They have their first book coming out next year, and they ask Rory about strategies for making it a success. Rory offers a fairly comprehensive set of instructions for maximizing sales of a new book. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we are talking with Shae Eichele, Marketing Coordinator for The HEH Group-- a family of companies that includes Crotts & Saunders, a machine tool and metrology solution provider in Winston-Salem, N.C. that serves North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Many of our listeners may already be familiar with Shae, who has become the face of Crotts & Saunders on social media with lively, creative videos and promotions.
Jon Krawczynski on what we learned at the Wolves' press conferences, Ben Simmons, Gupta, and Lore. Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
We love to hear The Herds first experience with a trail race. And on Episode 61 of the Big Ass Runner, we hear from Megan Opperman (@runstoppable_mo) who tackled a trail 10K. Did she enjoy it? Did she have any awkward moments? Listen and find out.And back by popular demand (mainly their popular demand), the Data Scientists are back to determine the three different kinds of runners based on scientific data. Their results may surprise you. Actually, they will definitely surprise you. Which kind of runner are you?Plus, Jeff and Steven have a few corrections from previous shows and read a few new written reviews! All that and more on Episode 61 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast. Episode 61 line-up:Intro: Richard Cullen @i_do_burbeesPre-show: Corrections and ReviewsSegment One: My First Trail Race (feat. @runstoppable_moShoutout and Kudos: Jen Kirkpatrick (@jenkirk72)Segment Two: Ask the Data Scientists (Kinds of Trail Runners)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Spaghetti Sauce" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders preview Mizzou's game against Boston College this weekend. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
Topics: - 240 is a special number! Grimsmo and Saunders share their experiences with the Volvo 240. - Shipping & Receiving at SMW Needs Work and LEx (ERP System) Has become a Nightmare - WIllemin: Something is Definitely Missing - Air Compressors and Paralysis by Analysis - Why Aren't We Making Money? Livestream - Shiny Happy Challenge Coins from Vince - 3D Printed Chip Augers for the Haas - Tweaking Tool Life on the KERN - Fresh Desk: A way to centralize customer service and communication for small businesses
Jon tells Jim Souhan about the background of the Gersson Rosas firing and what it means for the Wolves.Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
In this jam-packed episode Max is joined by Mets and Neno to discuss the big question on everyone's mind: Barton in or Barton out? A defeat on the road before a 3-1 loss at home to Leyton Orient has the Rovers manager teetering on the brink following his summer overhaul, with Rovers down in 22nd place in League Two.Mets talks about the bad form of Mark Hughes and Nick Anderton, whilst Neno praises Saunders as Rovers best attacking outlet - Max can't get his head around this season's tactics or game-plan. The boys also talk about club president Wael Al-Qadi and the general direction of the football club, poor attendances, and general apathy before looking ahead to the Walsall game.Support the show (https://patreon.com/gascast)
In this episode, it's time for some quality chat with several stars of the kidlit scene - Aboriginal, female creators with fascinating stories and spectacular books. First up, meet illustrator Charmaine Ledden-Lewis, winner of the Kestin Indigenous Illustrator Award via Magabala Books, which led to her first book, Found, written by Bruce Pascoe. Hear more about her family background and how it informs her work, her experimentation with different art mediums, an exciting upcoming book in the works, and more. Then in Kids Capers, the super impressive young Pen chats with Kirli Saunders, an award-winning, multi-disciplinary writer and artist, and creator of kids' books including the recent hit Bindi, The Incredible Freedom Machines and more. As always, we have a great giveaway to announce, loads of great book recommendations, shoutouts and more. Read the show notes: https://www.onemorepagepodcast.com/episode-62 Email us at: email@example.com Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/onemorepageAU Twitter: www.twitter.com/onemorepageau Instagram: www.instagram.com/onemorepageau
Jon K on Beverly, Bolmaro, and whether new ownership would consider Cheryl Reeve. Brought to you by All Energy Solar (https://www.allenergysolar.com/coach,) TSR Injury Law (612-TSR-TIME or https://www.TSRTime.com) & Manscaped (https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: “ATHLETIC” for 20% off & FREE shipping)
It's easy to trace where my love of digital started. A friend's dad showed meand his son how to write HTML code. Learning the basics of how to build awebsite sparked a love of digital marketing that continues to this day. Over the years I've developed my digital marketing skills with a strong focus onSEO, copywriting and blogging. Even after all of these years, I'm still curiousabout online marketing, SaaS, and all things digital.In the last decade, I've launched an eBook publishing company, a globale-commerce shop and started the current brands in the AJS Digital Group'sportfolio. Also, I've built countless websites for a range of clients and advised many onhow to develop and implement a digital strategy for their business. Outside work, I enjoy playing guitar, tennis and exploring country houses!Website: https://www.ajsdigitalgroup.co.uk/Insta: https://www.instagram.com/a_j_saunders/Check out more episodes at https://www.playwithfirepodcast.com
Three letters no one enjoys is DNF. But sometimes that's the best and smartest decision a trail runner can make. Jeff and Steven talk about the infamous DNF as well as something that happened on a recent race that had never happened before. What could it be?And Marcie Bazor is back to bring her unique perspective to the conversation as always. Find out what sport she might have been destined to excel in had she not done "this" prematurely.Plus, Jeff and Steven talk about their training and Jeff makes a big announcement that could impact his next several races. All that and more on Episode 60 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast. Episode 60 line-up:Intro: Tom Ratterman @basketballdad2Pre-show: Big Race Training UpdateSegment One: Embracing the Trail Race DNFShoutout and Kudos: Jeff Jordan (@pinbuster300)Segment Two: Marcie Bazor (quitting regrets)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Sassafras" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
TOPCIS: Saunders chats about LEX and what ERP systems cannot handle. Grimsmo had a week off from the shop and was able to get tons of programming done. Willemin is almost up and running! Saunders received the Shapeoko HDM. Share the podcast! Email proof to firstname.lastname@example.org to win a sit down chat with Saunders & Grimsmo!
Former Mizzou football players Martin Rucker and Tommy Saunders are joined by former Tiger teammate Chase Coffman to talk about their lives after the NFL and football, how they made the change, and what they are up to now. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
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Big races are approaching and as the weather temps go down, our mileage often goes up. Dr. Lisa is back to give us some great tips on how to take care of your body as you increase miles, and look to stay injury-free into the racing season. And, Timmy Time is back to see how well Steven knows some very popular fall movie classics. Can you beat Steven's score? Plus, Jeff and Steven talk about their very first night race. How did it go? Did things go bump in the night? All that and more on Episode 59 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast.Episode 59 line-up:Intro: Angila Franklin @iceprincess.franklinPre-show: Our First Night RaceSegment One: Dr. Lisa on taking care of your body as your miles increaseShoutout and Kudos: Heather Hesse @grannygear13Segment Two: Timmy Time (fall movie classics)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Sriracha Pants" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
In this episode of 365 days with mxmtoon, Maia talks about the debut of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, an early 1990s sitcom about a teen who moves in with his wealthy aunt and uncle in a mansion in Bel-Air, California. The sitcom skyrocketed star Will Smith to stardom, and was one of the first mainstream television shows to center on Black teenagehood. After, she is joined by guest Ant Sanders. Listen to this episode today and make sure you're following along with the daily updates @365daysmxmtoon on all platforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today I'm sitting down with Kelcie Saunders, new business owner and founder of Worthy Creative. She opens up about her crazy awakening, how it led her to create her own path, and the confidence she was able to gain by starting her own business.New and exciting things are coming! Make sure to follow along with Kelcie on instagram Instagram.com/worthycreativecoJoin the text fam for free trainings & exclusive juicy text only episodes: Text “BUILD YOUR DREAM” to (801) 893-2935Join the society Instagram.com/dreammakersocietyFor more of the nitty gritty of building babies and business, hang out with me here Instagram.com/iamtarakirby
It's Labor Day, which supposedly means the end of summer and the beginning of fall. Although it is still hot in Texas, we celebrate the new season with a fresh, clean segment of Steven's New Ass Stuff. We've got five great items for you, and maybe even a bonus.And, we bring in the new season with a new segment called "That Bites". Wonder what that means? Well, find out in this very "moving" first installment that will no doubt leave you wanting to make a deposit. Plus, Jeff and Steven talk about the meaning of Labor Day and what plans they have to celebrate.All that and more on Episode 58 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast.Episode 58 line-up:Intro: Caroline Loveall @cynicalcarolinePre-show: Labor Day ChatSegment One: Steven's New Ass StuffShoutout and Kudos: Matt Moretz @matt_moretzSegment Two: That Bites (feat. Nick Bare Audio)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerSteven's New Ass Stuff:Aeropress GoBPN Strong Reds and Strong GreensYeti Hopper XOSkin SocksApple AirTagPath Projects Wheeler FTWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Soggy Bottoms" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Clarence Saunders opened the world's first self-service supermarket, ‘Piggly Wiggly', in Memphis, Tennessee on 6th September, 1916.Calculating that the revenues gained through impulse purchases would outweigh those lost from shoplifting, Saunders' concept forever changed the world of shopping for groceries - but his business acumen did not last.In this episode, Arion, Rebecca and Olly review Saunders' promotional hustles; weigh up the items in a shopping basket of the era; and reveal how ‘Piggly Wiggly' (almost certainly) gained its distinctive name...Further Reading:• ‘The Untold Truth Of Piggly Wiggly' (Mashed, 2021):https://www.mashed.com/426197/the-untold-truth-of-piggly-wiggly/• ‘America's First Supermarket at 100: How It Changed the World' (Time, 2016): https://time.com/4480303/supermarkets-history/• ‘Piggly Wiggly, the first true grocery store - Life in America' (Recollection Road, 2021): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVvgAd_5vpoFor bonus material and to support the show, visit Patreon.com/RetrospectorsWe'll be back tomorrow! Follow us wherever you get your podcasts: podfollow.com/RetrospectorsThe Retrospectors are Olly Mann, Rebecca Messina & Arion McNicoll, with Matt Hill.Theme Music: Pass The Peas. Announcer: Bob Ravelli. Graphic Design: Terry Saunders. Edit Producer: Emma Corsham.Copyright: Rethink Audio / Olly Mann 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're taking a week off from releasing new episodes, so today I wanted to re-up one of my favorite episodes of the show, a conversation with fiction writer George Saunders that covers much more than just his writing.Saunders is one of America's greatest living writers. He's the author of dozens of critically acclaimed short stories, including his 2013 collection, “Tenth of December”; his debut novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo,” won the 2017 Booker Prize; and his nonfiction work has empathy and insight that leave pieces from more than a decade ago ringing in my head today. His most recent book, “A Swim in A Pond in the Rain,” is a literary master class built around seven Russian short stories, analyzing how they work, and what they reveal about how we work.I've wanted to interview Saunders for more than 15 years. I first saw him talk when I was in college, and there was a quality of compassion and consideration in every response that was, well, strange. His voice doesn't sound like his fiction. His fiction is bitingly satirical, manic, often unsettling. His voice is calm, kind, gracious. The dissonance stuck with me.Saunders's central topic, literalized in his famous 2013 commencement speech, is about what it means to be kind in an unkind world. And that's the organizing question of this conversation, too. We discuss the collisions between capitalism and human relations, the relationship between writing and meditation, Saunders's personal editing process, the tension between empathizing with others and holding them to account, the promise of re-localizing our politics, the way our minds deceive us, Tolstoy's unusual theory of personal transformation and much more.What a pleasure this conversation was. So worth the wait.Recommendations: "Red Cavalry" by Isaac Babel"Stamped from the Beginning" by Ibram X. Kendi"Dispatches" by Michael Herr"Patriotic Gore" by Edmund Wilson"In Love with the World" by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche"Loving; Living; Party Going" by Henry Green"Scrambled Eggs & Whiskey" by Hayden Carruth"Tropic of Squalor" by Mary Carr"They Lift Their Wings to Cry" by Brooks Haxton"The Hundred Dresses" by Eleanor Estes and Louis Slobodkin"Caps for Sale" by Esphyr SlobodkinaYou can find a transcript of this episode here and more episodes of "The Ezra Klein Show" at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein.Thoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at email@example.com.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Rogé Karma, Jeff Geld and Annie Galvin; fact-checking by Michelle Harris; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Jeff Geld.