Why is What's My Line? TV star and Pulitzer-Prize-nominated investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen one of the most feared journalists in history? Why has her threatened exposure of the truth about the JFK assassination triggered a cover-up by at least four government agencies and resulted in abuse of power at the highest levels?Denial of Justice—written in the spirit of bestselling author Mark Shaw's gripping true crime murder mystery, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much—tells the inside story of why Kilgallen was such a threat leading up to her unsolved murder in 1965. Shaw includes facts that have never before been published, including eyewitness accounts of the underbelly of Kilgallen's private life, revealing statements by family members convinced she was murdered, and shocking new information about Jack Ruby's part in the JFK assassination that only Kilgallen knew about, causing her to be marked for danger.Peppered with additional evidence signaling the potential motives of Kilgallen's arch enemies J. Edgar Hoover, mobster Carlos Marcello, Frank Sinatra, her husband Richard, and her last lover, Denial of Justice adds the final chapter to the story behind why the famous journalist was killed, with no investigation to follow despite a staged death scene. More information can be found at www.thedorothykilgallenstory.com.
Why is What's My Line? TV star and Pulitzer-Prize-nominated investigative reporter Dorothy Kilgallen one of the most feared journalists in history? Why has her threatened exposure of the truth about the JFK assassination triggered a cover-up by at least four government agencies and resulted in abuse of power at the highest levels? Denial of Justice—written in the spirit of bestselling author Mark Shaw's gripping true crime murder mystery, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much—tells the inside story of why Kilgallen was such a threat leading up to her unsolved murder in 1965. Shaw includes facts that have never before been published, including eyewitness accounts of the underbelly of Kilgallen's private life, revealing statements by family members convinced she was murdered, and shocking new information about Jack Ruby's part in the JFK assassination that only Kilgallen knew about, causing her to be marked for danger. Peppered with additional evidence signaling the potential motives of Kilgallen's arch enemies J. Edgar Hoover, mobster Carlos Marcello, Frank Sinatra, her husband Richard, and her last lover, Denial of Justice adds the final chapter to the story behind why the famous journalist was killed, with no investigation to follow despite a staged death scene. More information can be found at www.thedorothykilgallenstory.com.
"CAULIFLOWER!" We're taking on "the Hillbilly Heist" (or "Ocean's 7-11") with the help of Brian Silliman as we talk about Logan Lucky! First, though, Wes lets us know how Han came back into the franchise (for the first time) before we enter the 2 Fast 2 Furious Minute (15:40) to escape the Pearl and find a mystery woman with a possible connection to No Knees Denise. Then, Brian joins us to talk about Logan Lucky (32:15) as we wonder, could the Fast & Furious movies be documentaries in the universe of this movie? We talk about Joe Bang, how Logan Lucky puts a twist on the heist genre, and how it compares to Hobbs & Shaw in terms of its Game of Thrones jokes. We make our heist picks, yearn for a sequel, and find something we've been searching for in Fast & Furious movies. Plus, Brian teases his revised F&F rankings! Email us: email@example.com Visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/2fast2forever. Show your support at the 2 Fast 2 Forever shop! Extra special shout-out to Ben Milliman, Alex Elonen, Nick Burris, Brian Rodriguez (High School Slumber Party), Hayley Gerbes, Justin Kleinman, Michael McGahon, and Lane Middleton for joining at the “Interpol's Most Wanted” level or above! Intro music by Nico Vasilo. Interlude and outro music by Wes Hampton.
Jenni Shaw is a freelance makeup artist with 15 years of production experience in New York City. In 2018 she started Shaw + Co., a boutique agency currently representing 8 phenomenal makeup artists for film, tv, advertising, fashion, celebrity, red carpet and runway. In March of this year Jenni became bicoastal and founded Zen Beauty in Sedona, Arizona. Zen is a company that combines allied therapies with makeup artistry to give clients the elevated experience of healing and nourishment coupled with a polished esthetic which results in a “beauty from within” effect. The Zen Beauty location will be opening this fall. In this episode, she talks with Daniella Stromberg about what she views as the greatest catalyst for professional change and describes her definition of beauty.
What are your health, fitness, and self-care goals this summer? Do you have the right plan to keep you committed and consistent in these areas? In this episode of The New Mid, I have Tanja Shaw speak with me on how to stay clear, committed, and consistent with your health and fitness goals this summer. Tanja Shaw is the host of the Fit + Vibrant You podcast and helps women over 50 take control over food, feel good, and live fully. She's focused on helping women practice self-compassion, self-acceptance, and self-love by stopping their war with food. She explains the importance of defining your health and self-care goals and success beforehand to stay consistent and avoid losing focus. Listen in to learn why you need to shift your mindset on your summer eating and exercising habits to stay committed and minimize self-sabotage.
I was recently out and about and thought how happy I was that the pandemic was behind us. Many people must feel the same way because retail is bouncing back after two terrible years. However, it's not bouncing back to the way it was before. Customers have changed how they want things and organizations should take advantage of how a physical and virtual experience work together in their customer strategy. Bjorn contacted us with this very question. He has a business pickle that he wants help with, specifically, how to leverage the technology like Customer Science and online tools developed during the pandemic to enhance the brick-and-mortar Customer Experience. In this episode, we explore this subject. We give examples of some excellent versions of this integration as well as areas of opportunity for them. We refer to two other podcasts, Nissan and the Metaverse, that discuss these types of integrations that might also help surrounding this topic. We also give Bjorn and the rest of you the practical advice that can make this process work for your customers and your bottom line. Key Ideas to Improve your Customer Experience Different people want distinctive experiences at various times. This idea is the foundation of Customer Segmentation and targeted marketing. When discussing an integration between online and physical Customer Strategies, it is essential to consider why people want one over the other or why they were motivated to be in the type of interaction they are at any given time. This understanding will help you create an integration strategy that enhances things for your customers rather than detracts. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 02:40 We hear about Bjorn's pickle from Bjorn himself and reflect on how the pandemic changed both online and brick-and-mortar interactions likely forever. 06:01 Colin shares a story about a recent shopping experience that was an excellent example of what is possible with the physical/virtual experience integration until they blew it at the end. 11:35 We talk about how the most important question to ask when comparing shoppers between online and in-person is their motivation for being there. 14:30 Colin shares some interesting statistics from McKinsey's “What's Next for Digital Consumers? May 23rd, 2021,” which leads to a discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of human interactions in Customer Experiences and how organizations should adapt experiences regarding that. 22:53 Colin talks about how Customer Science and the AI involved will enable more customer segmentation that was possible in an analog world. 29:24 We summarize our discussion and what it means for practical steps organizations can take to successfully integrate digital and physical experiences moving forward. Do you have a business pickle? Tell us about it here. We hope you enjoy today's show. If you do, could vote for us in the People's Choice Podcast Award? It doesn't take long to cast your vote and it would really mean a lot to both Ryan and I. Thanks very much. Cheers! To vote, please click here. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 290,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy as one of the best management consultancies for the last four years in a row. Follow Colin on LinkedIn and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 35,000 subscribers.
"Cosmic Creating Show” Current Affairs with Jan Shaw SHOW PHOTO The Success Alchemist: Success Coach | Business & Marketing Strategist (970) 852 4450 / (512) 487 2980. https://www.TheSuccessAlchemist.net Twitter @CoachJanShaw Telegram - https://t.me/usukpatriot/56 Jan's Podcast Station: https://pod.co/cosmic-creating-with-jan-shaw "Cosmic Creating" is seen 5-6 pm EST every Saturday http://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html Jan is also seen on every second Saturday 6-8 pm EST on the “Say What Radio Show” at http://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html PODCASTS https://pod.co/cosmic-reality-radio Archives: https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html LINKS: In memory, Zev Zelenko 1973-2022 Information architecture of the Q drops Trump accuses ex-aide Cassidy Hutchinson of ‘living in a fantasy land' after Jan. 6 testimony HOW AMERICA ENDS: Putin announces new BRICS global reserve currency project to REPLACE the petrodollar Red-pill The Great Awakening
Join Ryan for a special solo show of the DEEP SIX WRESTLING PODCAST! This episode is part of the weekly IMPACT WRESTLING ON AXS TV coverage that we do, with it covering the June 30, 2022 episode of IMPACT WRESTLING. Coming in as the go-home show for Against All Odds, this show featured a few big-time matches with Trey Miguel defeating Steve Maclin and Laredo Kid to get the first shot at Mike Bailey's X Division Championship, Ace Austin vs Alex Zayne in a grudge match for their ongoing feud, Rosemary vs Gisele Shaw, and a bonkers main event between Chris Sabin and AEW's Frankie Kazarian. Also on this show, Ryan goes over the updated Against All Odds card, giving his thoughts on the matches and serving as a preview of the Impact Plus special scheduled for Friday, July 1, 2022. Be sure to subscribe for more wrestling coverage, including reviews of New Japan Pro Wrestling events, weekly AEW Dynamite reviews, more Impact Wrestling coverage, and our newly-debuted NXT TAKEOVER RETROSPECTIVE series! Our Social Media & Other Platforms: Follow our Twitter || Like us on Facebook || Check out The Deep Six Wrestling YouTube || You can find Rob's Gaming/Music Content on YouTube and Twitch || Pat's Film Blog can be found on Medium The Deep Six Wrestling Podcast is available on: Anchor || Spotify || Apple Podcasts || Stitcher || TuneIn || Breaker || Google Podcasts || Podbay || Owltail --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/DeepSixWrestling/support
Jesus is soon to come. Psalm 76 is a prophetic fitted word for today. Go back and read it and know God is fully aware of what's going on. America needs to repent and turn from wackiness. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/support
Just because you apply, doesn't guarantee you'll get federal security clearance. Lots of people make basic errors in their clearance and suitability forms. That can make things take longer than they should. Joining the Federal Drive with some tried-and-true advice on the mistakes to avoid, Shaw Bransford Roth attorney James Heelan.
Rev. Dr. Jonathan Shaw, LCMS Director of Church Relations and assistant to the LCMS president, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the Russia-Ukraine War, including the questions we should ask to understand if we should be involved in this war, how we understand the kingdom of the right and the kingdom of the left, how we understand just war theory, how our understanding of these things have changed throughout history, and what we as the Church can do about this war. Read Dr. Shaw's article 'The Russia-Ukraine War' in the June/July 2022 issue of The Lutheran Witness at witness.lcms.org/2022/the-russia-ukraine-war. Find online exclusives of the Lutheran Witness at witness.lcms.org and subscribe to the Lutheran Witness at cph.org/witness.
Today's episode is a special one. It's also one that a lot of you requested through messages on our instagram. It's with Co-CEO of Shaw and Partners, Earl Evans. Pulling the curtain back a little bit, Earl is actually the reason that this podcast exists. He loves building things. He loves communicating, he loves people and he thought that a lot of people would get enjoyment out of a podcast like not an overnight success. Because of his generosity, Not an Overnight Success Podcast has contributed $300,000 to charities across Australia so far. Earl is a multi faceted and incredibly interesting man. We found that Earl's unwavering attitude of always looking forward and it never really being about the money came up a few times in our chat. He's had some very strong relationships in his life that have gone hand in hand with his success and we think you will find the yin yang style of relationship between Earl and Allan, who is the other co-CEO of Shaw and Partners particularly interesting. As for all of these podcasts, Shaw and Partners have generously donated $10k to the charity of choice of each of our guests. We discuss who that money goes to in this chat. This podcast is brought to you by Shaw and Partners. It is hosted by Gus Worland and produced by Keeshia Pettit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In recent news a TikTok artist named Tyler Shaw was complaining at a conference about not making a dime from TickTock after his post got 2.5 billion views. A spokes person for TikTok Canada quickly chimed in explaining that TikTok pays the rights holders of all content being seen on the platform and Shaw's reinterpretation of artist Gayles smash hit ‘ABCDEFU' went viral generating payment to the label and publisher of the original song. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ava-live-radio/message
Can tech change social structures, or does it just amplify them? What role can NFTs play in activism? And will the volatility in the crypto markets stabilise? These are just some of the questions answered in this podcast featuring three pioneers in the NFT and Web 3 worlds: the artist Olive Allen, the NFT studio founder Melissa Gilmour and the head of Pace Verso Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle. By no coincidence an all-women line-up, the panellists conclude they remain bullish in a bear market and hopeful for change as a new, arguably more open-minded, generation of collectors rise through the ranks.Please note: The views and opinions expressed in this material are those of the respective speaker(s) and are not those of UBS, its subsidiaries or affiliate companies. Accordingly, UBS does not accept any liability over the content of this material or any claims, losses or damages arising from the use or reliance of all or any part thereof. This material has not been prepared with regards to any specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any specific person. It is published solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments or to participate in any particular trading or investment strategy. The contents of this material should not be construed as legal, tax, accounting, regulatory, or other specialist or technical advice or services or investment advice or a personal recommendation. No representation or warranty, either express or implied, is provided in relation to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the information contained herein except with respect to information concerning UBS, nor is it intended to be a complete statement or summary of the matters referred to in this material. Any opinions expressed in this material are subject to change without notice and may differ or be contrary to opinions expressed by other business areas or business divisions of UBS as a result of using different assumptions and criteria. UBS is under no obligation to update or keep current the information contained herein.
In this brief episode, Dr. Shaw tackles the tricky subject of teaching our children to do the right thing FOR THE RIGHT REASONS. Dr. Shaw is a big believer in intrinsic rewards as opposed to external rewards, and she examines what that means. Schools and other systematic institutions often bestow prizes, rewards and other forms of recognition to children and to adults, and that can create a false motivation and an unrealistic expectation. The real gift is to act out of truth and to recognize that the accomplishment itself is the real reward.
Health isn't one-sided. There are so many complex things that go into overall health from hormone levels to the food we eat and the things we drink, it can be overwhelming. So this week on podcast I talk to Stephanie Shaw, Certified nutrition strategist about this. Stephanie chats with me about her own personal health journey and what led her down this path. She shares a few things we can all start to do to improve her health. We talk about how complex overall health really is, and the importance of actually enjoying food and having it be a pleasurable experience. We talk about living in this world of diet culture and how most of us have gotten to a point where we no longer enjoy any aspect of food because of the guilt, because of counting calories, and Stephanie shares with us how we can start to change our mindset around food as well as overall health so that we can get back to a place of pleasure with our food and our lives and our health. Be sure to check her out after you listen to this week's episode. Website : https://StephanieLynnShaw.com FB: @MBBMethod IG: @MindBodyBusinessMethod LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanielynnshaw/
Dani Shaw is on a mission to support kids in developing positive pathways early, for a confident future! Dani has 10 years of experience as a special education teacher in elementary school, and through her own personal struggles with self-doubt and life experiences, she realized that kids today are in need of the different types of education; education in belief systems, self-confidence, and most importantly, self-love! Dani's goal is to empower kids to recognize their innate value and the power with which that influences their lives!” Dani is one of the only Mindset Coaches for Children in the country. She is great at building trust and amazing at connecting with children. If you have a child who is struggling, she is the one you need. Tune in and you will be motivated and moved by her passion to help others, especially children, to be their best. … #kids #coaching #teaching #teacher #mindset #mindsetmatters #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #strong #love #light #inspiration #beliefcast #tsinspires #toddinspires .... You can connect with Dani here: @danishawcoaching www.danishawcoaching.com .......... Special thanks to our sponsors: Thread Wallets @thread_wallets Siegfried & Jensen @siegfriedandjensen Wasatch Recovery @wasatchrecovery Mountain West Spine & Orthopedics Living Recovery Interventions @living_recovery_interventions Music by Paul Cardall
God's created works is all around us. Many have become complacent or ignorant to look at the painted sunset skies, the air we breathe, the roaring of the oceans, a baby in the mother's womb and still declares that there is no God who loves and cares. Next time you wonder, where is God, just look and you will see Him in His creation of which You are the greatest of all displays of His wondrous, mighty works. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tasha-mack9/support
Neil Cole joined 3AW on Sunday to explain why he wrote a play about Tony Shaw. And he fired a few barbs at Richo that left the commentary box in stitches! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Cosmic Creating Show” Current Affairs with Jan Shaw SHOW PHOTO The Success Alchemist: Success Coach | Business & Marketing Strategist (970) 852 4450 / (512) 487 2980. https://www.TheSuccessAlchemist.net Twitter @CoachJanShaw Telegram - https://t.me/usukpatriot/56 Jan's Podcast Station: https://pod.co/cosmic-creating-with-jan-shaw "Cosmic Creating" is seen 5-6 pm EST every Saturday http://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html Jan is also seen on every second Saturday 6-8 pm EST on the “Say What Radio Show” at http://www.cosmicreality.com/radio.html PODCASTS https://pod.co/cosmic-reality-radio Archives: https://www.cosmicreality.com/archives.html LINKS: Roe v. Wade is dead ‘Night of Rage' Looms After SCOTUS Decision, McCarthy to Biden: Prevent Violence ‘Before It's Too Late' Extremists Could Launch Violent Attacks ‘For Weeks' in Response to Roe V. Wade Ruling, DHS Warns Biden's DOJ Announces It Will Ignore The Supreme Court's Decision Justice Thomas - Reconsider Other Rulings Arizona State Senate Evacuated After Police Intervene as Pro-Choice Protestors Emerge In Front of Building Most Premature Twins - Thriving 3 Year Olds Investigators Release Damning Report Showing Pelosi Orchestrated Security Breakdown on Jan 6 New Security Breach: Capitol Police arrest 7 people tied to comedian Colbert for 'unlawful entry' Interactive Map Details Destruction of Numerous US Food Manufacturing Plants, Grocery Stores, etc. — Compares US Incidents to Global Trends
Conversation between Dr. Shaw, Jim Quigley, & CJ McMurry about current events, addictions treatment and ministry. 1:06 What does “a good name…” mean? (Prov. 22:1) 4:28 From substance abuse to marriage, family, and employment 5:10 Chasing fame and fortune or Psalm 84 v 10 6:45 Discussing the list of celebrity deaths (www.drugs.com/celebrity_deaths.html) 9:13 What sadly often happens after getting everything you're chasing? 11:47 Resting, satisfaction, and what to do with the unfixable 13:03 Dying while under the influence or by accidental overdoses 17:48 Amy Winehouse death (Rehab song) 19:06 Michael Jackson's shocking death (Mark) and the medications found in his system 20:21 Chris Farley's sudden death (CJ) – “speedballing” same as Belushi 21:56 SNL cast members, overdose deaths 23:49 Why we talk about overdose deaths 24:30 “He gives to His beloved sleep…” (Ps. 127:2) 25:49 Ecc. 2:1-11 (CJ) 28:38 Phillip Seymour Hoffman's years of “recovery” and what Lance Dodes says in NPR's interview 29:39 Steven Tyler's multiple relapses (and how TAC is unified to transform addiction) 31:14 Jim's RTS class notes on change without redemption (professor Dr. Nate Brooks) 36:17 Man transformed from panic attacks 38:40 Finishing the list of celebrity deaths (www.drugs.com/celebrity_deaths.html) 40:24 Gratitude and satisfaction in the present place God has us Jim refers to TAC Podcast #75 “Seattle grunge bands” – Celebrity Addicts: 80s and 90s Musicians (Quigley and Dr. Shaw) found at https://anchor.fm/theaddictionconnection/episodes/75--Celebrity-Addicts-80s-and-90s-Musicians-Quigley-and-Dr--Shaw-ekpdlo Jim refers to NPR's interview of Lance Dodes from https://www.npr.org/2014/03/23/291405829/with-sobering-science-doctor-debunks-12-step-recovery
Episode 94 of the Check Your Six podcast was all about wrasslin' with Daniel Max Shaw, the President of New American Pro Wrestling, Inc. Besides being a certified health insurance agent, Daniel has sent nearly 11 years working with and for various wrestling federation as a ring announcer and interviewer. We did discuss his health insurance business but most of the conversation revolved around the state of wrestling, how he is involved, some of the experiences he has had and what he sees as the future of the industry. Received a lot of information about how the system works, how the wrestlers can advance, where they can learn the trade and other details about the business. No one was body slammed or hit with a folding chair so it all worked out pretty good!!
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #159, YOUR guest is Scott Shaw, Chief Executive Officer & President of Lincoln Tech, YOUR guest cohost is Dr. Bill Pepicello, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is LeadSquared! What is the Lincoln Edge & how does it prepare students to be successful in life & the workforce? Listen in to #EdUp! Prior to taking the position of President & Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Shaw served in the positions of President & Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer & Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning & Business Development of the Company. Prior to joining Lincoln, Mr. Shaw was a partner at Stonington Partners, Inc., where he had been since 1994. As a partner at Stonington, Mr. Shaw was responsible for identifying, evaluating & acquiring companies & then assisting in the oversight of these companies through participation on the board of directors of acquired companies. In addition, Mr. Shaw worked closely with senior management to develop long-term strategic plans, to evaluate acquisitions & new investment opportunities, to assist with refinancing, & to execute on the final sale of the company either to the public or to another company. Mr. Shaw also served as a consultant to Merrill Lynch Capital Partners Inc., a private investment firm associated with Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., from 1994 through 2000. Mr. Shaw holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business & a B.A. from Duke University. His extensive financial & business management experience provides the board a unique perspective on the issues facing companies in our industry. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
This is a podcast where we sit down with some very successful people from the world of business, entertainment and sport about their life's journey and what got them to the position that they're in today. In today's episode we are chatting with Brian Walsh. Brian is the behind the scenes man of some of the most successful superstars in Australia. He's very humble about it, but he's played a big part in the success of Australian TV shows like neighbours, and the career launches of people like Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman and Kylie Minogue, to getting Tina Turner to be the voice of the rugby league! Brian has a way of identifying talent and nurturing their careers that is very unique. Brian is passionate, and he has a true love of entertaining people and bringing joy to their life. He's always loved being the one who makes things happen, but never wanted the spotlight for himself. As for all of these podcasts, Shaw and Partners have generously donated $10k to the charity of choice of each of our guests. We discuss who that money goes to in this chat. This podcast is brought to you by Shaw and Partners. It is hosted by Gus Worland and produced by Keeshia Pettit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Breakthrough thinking: Why do we believe things that are not true? There was a car brand several decades ago in the UK called ŠKODA. It was a terrible car, much like Yugo was in the US. However, they have changed their image and today, my son wants to buy one. I told him the jokes we all used to have about ŠKODA and their low-quality construction (What do a ŠKODA and a baby have in common? They never go anywhere without a rattle.) My son doesn't care. His perception is that they are a great car company. Mine hasn't changed. Now, I know my son better than anyone, except maybe his wife and mother. I know he is sensible and good with his money. He's no Wally. If he decides to do something, he bloody well knows why (he gets that from me). Nevertheless, his opinion that the company is better now has done nothing to change my mind. In this episode we are exploring why we believe things that are not true, even when faced with facts. Psychologically, there are a lot of reasons we do this. We also talk about how you can overcome a bad reputation and change customers perceptions of you with your customer strategy. Spoiler alert: It doesn't happen fast. Key Ideas to Improve your Customer Experience There are a few reasons why we won't change our minds even when the facts tell us we should. Some are psychological; some are social. However, they are all at work in this critical customer strategy concept. Here are a few key moments in the discussion: 04:31 Colin shares how the different spread of information about the war in Ukraine in the West vs. Russia can ensure that the Russian people don't change their minds or stop supporting it. 09:19 Ryan answers Colin's questions about why people don't change their minds even when they are presented with information that they are wrong about something with several influences. 12:32 We discuss how the self-image can get in the way of changing one's mind, also; we push away negativity from our self-image. 16:12 We talk about the length of time it takes to change minds and what it takes during that time to ensure it happens. 19:11 Ryan tells a story about how social agendas can also get in the way of changing one's minds, and it will probably not surprise you to know that politics is a culprit. 26:54 Colin reviews what he thinks the key learning is for organizations and how we would combat these inclinations with customer strategy. Please tell us how we are doing! Complete this short survey. Customer Experience Information & Resources LinkedIn recognizes Colin Shaw as one of the 'World's Top 150 Business Influencers.' As a result, he has 290,000 followers of his work. Shaw is Founder and CEO of Beyond Philosophy LLC, which helps organizations unlock growth by discovering customers' hidden, unmet needs that drive value ($). The Financial Times selected Beyond Philosophy as one of the best management consultancies for the last four years in a row. Follow Colin on LinkedIn and Twitter. Click here to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. Why Customers Buy: As an official "Influencer" on LinkedIn, Colin writes a regular newsletter on all things Customer Experience. Click here to join the other 35,000 subscribers. How can we help? Click here to learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services.
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to overturn Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. Constitutional lawyer Tim Sandifur comments. An unexplained explosion rocked the NE corner of Shaw and First Ave. More on the overturning of Roe v. Wade. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to overturn Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. Constitutional lawyer Tim Sandifur comments. An unexplained explosion rocked the NE corner of Shaw and First Ave. More on the overturning of Roe v. Wade. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sponsor special: Up to $1,500 of free silver on your first order for all American Thought Leaders listeners - Call 855-862-3377 or text “AMERICAN” to 6-5-5-3-2 “We were asked to go around the room and talk about our race/culture. … And the hired facilitators said any white person who displays discomfort or distress when asked to discuss their race is not actually feeling distress. What they're exhibiting is a power play. And that is white fragility.” I sit down with Jodi Shaw, who has become an influential figure in the growing movement opposing training based on critical race theory, in academia and beyond. She made waves when she started speaking out in 2019 about the increasing illiberalism she saw at her then-employer and alma mater, Smith College. “It takes a while to build the conviction and to understand that there's nothing actually wrong with you—that this feeling that you have, the feeling that something's not right, is because something isn't right.” Follow EpochTV on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV
When I was a boy, my father told me a story about a ghost town. I come from northern Maine, Aroostook County, a place of endless trees and potato fields with more deer than people. It's lonely country, a place of long, quiet, windswept vistas, of dark temples in the forest, of a world not yet destroyed by the endless march of human industry. Not yet. To be clear, I had heard my share of ghost stories - my sister had even seen the spirit of my grandmother standing at the foot of her bed, watching over her. I know because I awoke to her screaming. We lived with the idea of the Holy Ghost, the idea that life did not end with death, that life is but a walking shadow of the world and times to come. Once, when I was 17, I came face to face with a full body apparition. I'm still not sure what that was. But when my father told me of the ghost town, it was a horse of a different color. It wasn't the remnant or memory of a person - no, it was an entire place, lost and forgotten, like a ghost but not a ghost. You can't hang out and linger with a ghost, but a ghost town? Maybe it was the next, best thing. “The clay there is red,” he told me. “That's how you'll know you're there. It lies next to the river. It was a whole settlement, with a general store, homes, you know…A while back some folks dug there for clay to make ceramics with. Reddest clay you ever saw. Like blood. Not much left now, just a couple of old foundations and an old, broken down church from what I remember when I went there as a kid. It's not far away,” he told me, “just over the hill and down by the river, a hidden place. No one goes there anymore. It used to be called Dow Siding. There's a road, but it's hard to find. Mostly grown over. More like a path” he told me, “but be careful. Don't go there alone.” That was my old man, for you. Tell your boy about a ghost town, give him the rough coordinates, and then tell him not to go. So when there came a day when I didn't have any real adult supervision, I hopped on my little Yamaha Mini-Enduro 60 and headed up through the field roads, over Buck Hill and down to the Aroostook River to search for a road that I hoped…man, I hoped for dear life that it existed. It did. It took me half the day to find it, past people's homes, down along fields even the farmers didn't plow anymore, a patch of earth no one thought worthy of visiting. But there I was, going back and forth in a search pattern until…what was that? A pair of ruts in a tiny clearing? A pathway mostly overgrown with raspberry vines and thistle? Slowly, I drove the little bike through the thicket, dodging low hanging branches that cut at my face. Through squinting eyes, an opening appeared and then, a cleared area in the forest, something you only ever saw if it was a farmer's field. This was not a field, but a half acre of land cleared years ago by forgotten hands and still, the woody root and red alder hadn't been able to reclaim all of it. There were the remains of a building, very likely the church my father saw when he was a boy, all a pile of ruins. There were bits and pieces of metal, a wagon wheel, an ancient rusted hand pump resting at an angle in the ground. There were fieldstone foundations just peeking up through the undergrowth and, as I recall, a rosebush more full of blossoms than I had ever seen before. Someone had planted that rose, I thought. Someone had lived here, children had grown up here, men had risen early in the morning to keep the fires burning in the coldest winters imaginable. I got off my dirt bike and walked into the middle of the clearing. I could see where someone had dug into the side of a hill and, sure enough, the clay there was fine and as red as the dust of Mars. Someone had come back for it, as my father had told me, but even they eventually left this place alone. I stood there and listened for a long while. A silence fell, a kind of weight covering everything I could see. It was like I was all alone in the world - a totally empty planet, and this was all that was left. For a second, I was the ghost. And the absence of sound probably caused my own imagination to hear, on the edge of things, a cart rolling past, a horse's measured clop as it passed me, a faint ringing of a bell far in the distance. For a moment, I realized the truth of things: a place, whether it be a room, a house, or even a town, doesn't hold you and shelter you from the storm for the years of your life and then just let you go. It retains a memory of sorts, an echo of days long past and if you are receptive to such things, you can hear that echo and see those phantoms. They are not ghosts, they are only memories with weight, but on that lost afternoon of my youth nearly fifty years ago, I know one thing to be true - for a few moments, I was somewhere else. I never went back. It wouldn't be the last time I stepped off the map. Just like people, there are places that disappear. In the American West, there are many ghost towns. You can find them from Alaska to southern Texas, but there's something about the climate in those places that keep the buildings standing and the roads open. In Maine, where the cold and the snow, the wind and rain rage and the green growth covers all, such places tend to quickly vanish from view. A road untraveled in this place will soon get lost in the thicket by the little maple saplings and the puckerbrush tangle of growth that are only kept at bay by constant travel. There are many such places in Maine. This story is about one of them, a place known as Riceville. On a map made in 1894, it is noted as the F. Shaw and Brothers Bark Extract Works. An ancient way of tanning animal skins requires boiling down tree bark to make a dark tea-like liquid that is full of tannins, the substances that give tanning its name. The raw materials for bark extraction were plentiful there: water, trees, and wood for boiling it all down. On the edge of Buffalo Stream, east of Greenfield and west of Nickatous Lake in Hancock County, a little village arose to support the bark extraction works. By 1890, 130 or more people called the place home. Eventually, F. Shaw and brothers sold the works. Its name comes from the fellows who bought it from F. Shaw and Brothers, a company called Buzzell and Rice. They converted the works into a full-fledged tannery. At the time, shoe leather was desperately needed and buffalo skins were shipped all the way to Riceville so they could be processed and shipped back to the growing shoe industry in New England. If you try to find Riceville now, you'll have a hard time. It's nearly lost to the forest. If you do find the tote road a few miles northeast of Old Town, you'll be walking to Township 39, a place that has a number instead of a name. You'll be lucky if you can get there on foot - it's wet and overgrown and you might have to turn back. A couple of hours of trudging will get you to the first thing you encounter - the Riceville Cemetery. There, in the middle of the thick undergrowth, it meets you with an old crooked white picket fence and a sign nailed to a tree growing in the middle of the little plot. Someone pays enough attention to this place to see that the fence remains and the little plot is kept fairly clear. Strangely enough, there are no markers at all in the cemetery. You wonder as you walk the little spot who lies below, forgotten. It's quiet here, but the wind whispers through the trees. You listen, then you move a little further into the woods and after a few minutes of walking and dodging, you will come upon an opening, a cleared area, littered with scraps of metal here and there, a wagon axle, a pipe, and rusted barrel hoops. There's a big open well that has been circled by faded yellow warning tape. If someone fell into that hole this far away from help, they might never emerge. There's a stone foundation still standing strong after so many years of neglect. You look around a little more, wonder at the thought of it all and realize that you've got quite a hike to get out of there and really, there is nothing left. Nothing except the story of how this all came to be. Today, hunters and ruin-seekers are about the only folks who make it to Riceville, but a little over a hundred years ago, this place had a mill, a school, a general store, boarding house and homes for the workers at the tannery. It was a thriving community. A vital trade in tanned buffalo hides made this place perfect. There was a stream with clean, pure water. It was far enough away from civilization that the foul odors of the tannery would not be bothersome. Set far from any major town or city, Riceville was a successful little community carved into the Maine forest. For years, it was a hub of activity. Families thrived there. Children grew up and went to a school, played on a the baseball team. Visitors stayed at the boarding house. Commerce thrived as product was made and shipped out for the larger markets of the world. The people who lived there, though, lived alone among themselves, especially in the winter. Places that are far from the main currents of the world of people and doings do not often have casual visitors. Long periods of time can occur when no one comes or goes from the town. Days might pass without a visitor, something that would never happen today. It was not unusual for no one to leave or visit for long periods. Riceville, situated where it was, was self-sustaining. It was also isolated. So what happened to the people of Riceville? And this is where the story comes in. One day, it occurred to someone that they had not heard from anyone in Riceville for a while. We don't know who asked, but someone did. Asking around in town, they discover that no one else has had any contact with Riceville for more than a week, maybe two. Someone decides it's time to pay the good folks a visit. In other stories, it's not a deputation from a town but a traveling merchant who eventually finds his way to Riceville on that fateful day. What was found is legend. As their horse slowly made its way up the road to the village, they noticed a strange stillness, an absence of movement. Actually, there was nothing moving. They cast their gaze around to find someone to speak with but to their shock and then their horror, they begin discovering the bodies. First one lying on the side of the road then others, lying in the grass, their bodies swollen by the heat. They've been there awhile. Further investigation of the little homes and boarding house prove an undeniable fact - everyone of them, over a hundred people, are dead. Officials are called in - investigations are made. Has cholera killed them all? Poison from the tannery? Those in charge determine that they need to bury these bodies quickly - a mass grave is dug and the bodies are placed together and covered. In time, the mystery deepens. No one can determine exactly how these people died and why at least one of them did not take a horse and seek help in the next settlement. No one knows what happened to the people of Riceville. And so, a legend is born. The buildings fall in, the road disappears, and the story is the only thing that remains. Even if it isn't quite true. As storytelling creatures, we tend to remember the most sensational tales, the ones that leave us wondering, the ones that make our world seem more mysterious. Everyone loves a good mystery, even if there is, after all, no mystery. I've heard of cholera as the cause of the large number of deaths or of mercury poisoning the water source. The large number of deaths, however, is not supported by the evidence. An entire town disappearing overnight? Didn't happen.In fact, as far as we know, nobody died of anything. But something did happen to the settlement and the people. Towns don't usually disappear overnight and people need time to move on. According to a report in the Ellsworth American, sometime between December 30 and 31st, 1905, the tannery burned to the ground. The store and boarding house survived, but the rest of the tannery works was suddenly gone. Every single person in Riceville was in some way employed by the tannery, so the livelihood of all was contingent upon the mill being rebuilt. But it wasn't. The tannery was insured. The owners of the Riceville Tannery also owned a tannery in Lowell, Massachusetts which had previously burned under similar circumstances. Neither was rebuilt. With no income, the people soon found no reason to stay in Riceville. They moved on, as people do, when the income suddenly stops. This is how ghost towns are born, after all. Within ten years, the post office closed and no one lived there anymore. For years, the surviving buildings remained there, alone, quiet, with echoes and shadows and nothing more. In 2009, a group of ghost hunters from Bangor visited Riceville. Their visit was written up in the Bangor Daily News article entitled, Bangor Ghost Hunters probe site of former tannery town. The members of the team reported a few strange occurrences: a clear path through the trees suddenly filled in with nearly impassable growth, the sound in the wind of someone calling, “It's time to go in now!” One of the members, a sensitive, was sure they were being followed by the ghost of a young girl. They did their best to document this place, but in the end, there is little to tell except the story of a mill owner who, for awhile, did well financially and whose benefits were shared among his workers. It's not a ghost story, not really. It's not even really a ghost town. It's just a place that used to be, a place with a few reminders left lying in the undisturbed middle of nowhere that once, people thrived here, children ran the streets and went to school and a town prospered. And then it didn't. Slowly, it ran out of steam and then, one day the last family left and no one ever lived there again. It's a sad story and perhaps that's why people keep going there, standing in the quiet, wandering around the few artifacts left to show Riceville even existed. Perhaps the sadness calls them and they answer the call. Perhaps the idea that once, something good existed there and now, there is nothing, is a reminder that we all live on very precarious ground ourselves. If Riceville could turn into nothing more than a legend, what of the towns and cities we live in now? What happened to Riceville? A single thing - a fire. From there, all the dominoes fell into place. That's all it takes. A single thing.
Sir Run Run Shaw was a Hong Kong-based philanthropist and is the 10th in our series of Great Philanthropists. What did Sir Shaw do to impact the lives of thousands? Listen to this podcast to learn more about Sir Run Run Shaw and why he is part of our Great Philanthropist series.
Evelyn Shaw Corley is the founder of Thrive International Academy. Her company provides access to customized 1:1 homeschooling. I met Evelyn at a Meta conference in Washington DC. I loved her passion for education, and I love solutions her tutoring business provides. She's able to link up unique people from all over the world to really enhance your child's understanding of a topic. Among topics covered and under Evelyn's passions! 1) neurodiversity and dads advocating for their kiddos 2) teaching dads how to rock the Individualized Education Plan 3) why every young adult (and adults!!) need a mentor 4) my book- The Awakened Teacher: Bold Truths and Bold Beauty 5) Winning Meta's Changemaker Award, teaching in the Metaverse 6) our interconnected world and cyber safety, digital footprint https://www.workwiththrive.com/
This episode explores the history of wine in Ukraine, styles, grapes, and vineyard areas through the unavoidable lens of current events. *Note: We wish to provide information on the wine culture and history, and understand things change. So yes, Crimea is part of the wine culture history, and we included it. This episode is presented in the spirit of hope, and dedicated to the brave, inspiring people of Ukraine. Resources from this episode: Books: Wine Grapes: A Complete Guide to 1,368 Vine Varieties, Including Their Origins and Flavours [Kindle Edition], Robinson, J., Harding, J., & Vouillamoz, J. (2013) Websites: Army SOS: https://armysos.com.ua/ Britannica: Ottoman Empire, Shaw, S.J. and Yapp, M.E. (nd) https://www.britannica.com/place/Ottoman-Empire/Selim-I CIA: Ukraine (15 June 2022) https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/ukraine/ Decanter: Decanter World Wine Awards 2022 - Results Announced, Mason, O. (7 June 2022) https://www.decanter.com/wine-news/decanter-world-wine-awards-2022-results-announced-480910/ Decanter: Ukraine Winery's Mission to Deliver Bottles to DWWA, Mercer, C. (6 April 2022) https://www.decanter.com/decanter-world-wine-awards/ukraine-winerys-mission-to-deliver-bottles-to-dwwa-477464/ Drinking and Knowing Things: "Why Ukrainian Wine is Dope AF,” [newsletter subscription] Juergens, M. (8 March 2022) https://www.drinkingandknowingthings.com/ Drinks Business: Ukrainian Toast ‘Budmo' Meaning ‘let us be' Honours Country's Positive Spirit, Mason, J. (23 Feb 2022) https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2022/02/ukrainian-toast-budmo-meaning-let-us-be-honours-countrys-positive-spirit/ Forbes: Raise a Glass to Ukraine's Wine History, Bartolot, L. (26 February 2022) https://www.forbes.com/sites/lanabortolot/2022/02/26/raise-a-glass-to-ukraines-wine-history/?sh=570584b62730 Glass of Bubbly: Sparkling Wine from Ukraine, Mann, T. (28 July 2017) https://glassofbubbly.com/sparkling-wine-ukraine/ Hudin: Ukrainian Winemaking in War, Nikolaichuk, E. (11 April 2022) https://www.hudin.com/ukrainian-winemaking-in-war/ Shabo: History http://shabo.ua/en/istoriya/ Swiss Info: War in Ukraine Reaches Former Swiss Colony of Shabo, Eichenberger, M. (14 March 2022) https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/society/war-in-ukraine-reaches-former-swiss-colony-of-shabo/47423042 Tribeca Wine Merchants: https://www.tribecawine.com/ TVP World: The Ukrainian Perspective 05.06 - Interview with Viktor Tregubov & Oleksii Savchenko [video 07:40] from the Army SOS (5 June 2022) https://tvpworld.com/60597961/the-ukrainian-perspective-0506 Ukraine: History - The past that shaped present day Ukraine https://www.ukraine.com/culture/history-of-ukraine/ Ukraine: Ukrainian Wine: https://ukraine.ua/explore/ukrainian-wine/ Ukraine Today: The Best Ukrainian Wines - Choosing Sommeliers, Foccusser, (7 January 2020) https://ukrainetoday.org/2020/01/07/the-best-ukrainian-wines-choosing-sommeliers/ Ukraine Today: Massandra Winery in Occupied Crimea Sold to “Putin's Cashier,” Veth, (14 December 2020) https://ukrainetoday.org/2020/12/14/masandra-winery-in-occupied-crimea-sold-to-putins-cashier/ Wein Plus: How the War is Destroying Ukrainian Viticulture, Usai, R. (16 March 2022) https://magazine.wein.plus/how-the-war-is-destroying-ukrainian-viticulture-weapons-instead-of-wine-vintners-fight-for-ukraine-s-freedom Wein Plus: Ukraine https://wineguide.wein.plus/wine-regions/ukraine What's On Kyiv: A Guide to Toasting in Ukraine, Reany, L. (14 May 2019) https://whatson-kyiv.com/a-guide-to-toasting-in-ukraine/ Wine Enthusiast, Beverage Industry Enthusiast: How Russia's War on Ukraine Threatens Decades of Winemaking Progress, Rail, E. (16 June 2022) https://www.winemag.com/2022/06/16/ukraine-wine-russia-war/?utm_source=AfternoonBrief&utm_medium=newsletter Wines of Ukraine: https://ukr.wine/ Yahoo News: Ukraine Revamps its Wine Culture After Losing Crimea Vines, Shylenko, O. (3 March 2018) https://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-revamps-wine-culture-losing-crimea-vines-031744152.html Glass in Session® Episodes Mentioned in this Session: S9E6: Vodka Wars, Empires, and Culture https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s9e6-vodka-wars-empires-and-culutre S9E5: Swiss Wine, Sweet Stories https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s9e5-swiss-wine-sweet-stories S9E4: The Silk Roads Lead to Samarkand and Uzbek Wine https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s9e4-the-silk-roads-lead-to-samarkand-uzbek-wine S8E1: Thunder Dragon (Part 1) - Bhutan and Wine with Michael Juergens https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s8e1-thunder-dragon-part-1-bhutan-and-wine-with-michael-juergens S4E4: Meet the Teinturiers: https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s4e4-meet-the-teinturiers S2E4: Orange (Amber) Wines https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s2e4-orange-amber-wines Glass in Session® is a registered trademark of Vino With Val, LLC. Music: “Write Your Story” by Joystock (Jamendo.com cc_Standard License, Jamendo S.A.)
In this episode, we talk to rapper Shaw Calhoune about the nature of inspiration and how creative people can find new ideas practically anywhere if they know how to look for them. Along the way, we talk about the state of the hip-hop genre among so many other topics. All in all, it's a great episode. Follow us on Instagram and TikTok -- @DecodingtheCreative !
For decades, China and other Asian countries have been the main hub of textile production, but now eyes are shifting toward Africa. With major potential for growth, African development is on the rise. In today's episode, we will be discussing the benefits of manufacturing in Africa and how more companies can get involved. Today's featured sustainable brown girl is Jacqueline Shaw, a fashion designer, consultant, and founder of Africa Fashion Guide - a social enterprise promoting sustainability within Africa's fashion and textile industry. Through her organization, Jacqueline consults clients on building and growing their African fashion business while positively impacting communities throughout Africa. Follow on IG: https://www.instagram.com/africafashionguide/ Learn more about Africa Fashion Guide: https://linktr.ee/africafashionguide Donate to Sustainable Brown Girl on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sustainablebrowngirl Visit the Sustainable Brown Girl Website: https://www.sustainablebrowngirl.com/ Follow Sustainable Brown Girl on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sustainablebrowngirl/ Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
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I sat down with Brittany Shaw! Brittany is a Chattanooga-based marketing strategist and real estate broker, former journalist and yoga/fitness instructor. She is an all-star cast member for the 15-year anniversary 'Dare to Dance'. This was a lot of fun! We talked business - the benefits of yoga - why she is entering her first bodybuilding competition - found out more about her dance routine and dance coustume - and much more! Find out more about Brittany and how to sponsor her on Dare to Dance (cash or check): https://pages.donately.com/thechattanoogakidneyfoundation/fundraiser/all-star-team-brittany-and-joel === THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Rent-My-Equipment: https://www.rentmyequipment.com/ Tasty Donuts: https://www.thetastydonuts.com/ Tasty Scoops and Sweets: https://www.tastyscoopsandsweets.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
This is a podcast where we sit down with some very successful people from the world of business, entertainment and sport about their life's journey and what got them to the position that they're in today. In today's episode we are chatting with Sharni Williams. Sharni was a shy kid from the town of Batlow, a place with a population of 1300 people that has gone on to become one of Australia's most recognisable women's Rugby players. She's played in 3 rugby world cups, won a gold medal (and you won't believe the story of where she keeps it), and won a commonwealth games silver medal. She's captained teams through tremendous challenges to great successes. In this chat we talk about Sharni's path to being a professional athlete and how that has evolved over the course of her career. We talk about pride in sport and the importance of visibility. As for all of these podcasts, Shaw and Partners have generously donated $10k to the charity of choice of each of our guests. We discuss who that money goes to in this chat. This podcast is brought to you by Shaw and Partners Financial Services. It is hosted by Gus Worland and produced by Keeshia Pettit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Shaw and Chris dig into some deepnerd tech stuff: manipulating HTML. In a perfect world, perhaps we wouldn’t need to, but today, and even moreso in the foreseeable future of CodePen, we need to do a smidge of HTML manipulation on the HTML that you write or that is generated by code you […]
Today on DWB, I'm joined by my clients, Paula and Lawrence Shaw, from Cured Leaves Tea Company, a specialty tea company that helps consumPaula and Lawrence share what led them to start the company, how they're thinking about growth and some of the different strategies that I have them implementing.Be sure to subscribe to the Dog Whistle Brand Newsletter on Substack here: www.dogwhistlebranding.comOrder Cured Leaves Tea here: https://curedleavestea.com/
To get things accomplished in the church, we must both lead and follow properly. Our guest joins us to explain how the church must become follower-centric, and how to accomplish vision. For more information on Churchwork, visit: www.rodneyshaw.com #KingdomSpeak #Podcast #Podcaster #NewEpisode #ChurchWork