In this episode of Small Talk, we chat with Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) junior field hockey student-athlete Maggie McCarthy and former team member Celena Dopart. The two talk about some campus favorites, managing rigorous academics with athletics, their favorite moments and more. This podcast is part of Division III's year-long celebration of it's 50th anniversary. For more information, visit on.ncaa.com/diii50. Instagram: @NCAADIII - www.twitter.com/ncaadiii Twitter: @NCAADIII - www.instagram.com/ncaadiii TikTok: @NCAA - www.tiktok.com/@ncaa?lang=en Facebook: Facebook.com/NCAADIII
It's been 100 episodes of Small Talk! We appreciate all the support over the years and Thank everyone who has tuned in! This week we'll talk about the origins of Small Talk with a jam packed list of hosts. We will also catch you up on our favorite news topics of the last two weeks.
Learn how to start a conversation about extreme weather. Plus find out where you can find multilingual information about weather emergencies. - در اینجا بیاموزید که چگونه درباره آبوهوا صحبت کنید. به علاوه یاد بگیرید کجا میتوانید درباره رویدادهای اضطراری اقلیمی اطلاعات کسب کنید.
Headed to an event where you know absolutely no one? Here's your cheat sheet! Seriously, one of the super-fun parts of military life is starting completely over every time you move to build a local support network. And I hear from military spouses all the time that the number one thing they struggle with is finding community. So today we're tackling the important topic of finding friends as a military spouse. And specifically, we're going to talk about the awkwardness of being in a place where you don't yet know anyone. How do you get through those sometimes-awkward first conversations, and really start to build your tribe? Let's talk about it. Better Together, Christine MENTIONS NEW FREE RESOURCE: How to Meet People & Find Community as a Milspouse (w/ Conversation Cheat Sheet)!! The Fine Art of Small Talk by Debra Fine Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People by Vanessa Edwards RESOURCES Free Clarity Workshop: https://milspousemastermind.com/workshop Free Milspouse Community: https://milspousemastermind.com/community What Matters Most Worksheet: https://milspousemastermind.com/values Design a Life You Love: https://milspousemastermind.com/growthwheel Self-Guided Clarity Course: https://morethanamilspouse.com Leave a Show Review: https://milspousemastermind.com/show Work With Me: milspousemastermind.com/unstuck
Ryusuke and Jon share some useful phrases to talk about the weather as well as some useful vocabulary. リュウスケ と ジョンが、天気について話す際に役立つフレーズや役立つ語彙をいくつか紹介します!!Support the showhttps://linktr.ee/Sojapanese
Learn everything you need to know about vocal fry, the creaky voice phenomenon that's been sweeping the nation. This comprehensive guide covers the science, perception, and uses of vocal fry, and helps you to understand why it's such a hot topic. ➡️✨
Spieleveteranen-Episode 38-2023 (#338) Besetzung: Heinrich Lenhardt und Jörg Langer begrüßen Gastveteran Stephan Freundorfer Aufnahmedatum: 12.09.2023 Laufzeit: 01:31:11 Stunden (0:00:15 News & Smalltalk – 0:51:42 The Making of Karateka) Der Student Jordan Mechner programmierte 1984 eine elegante Prügelei, deren flüssige Animationen und filmähnliche Inszenierung für Aufsehen sorgten. Rund vier Jahrzehnte später kommt Karateka zu neuen Ehren: … Continue reading "#338: The Making of Karateka"
David Dastmalchian Returns! And this time he has brought spooky friends from Immortal Masks. The actor and comic book creator behind Dark Horse Comics' Count Crowley series has partnered with the premium silicone mask makers at Immortal for officially licensed masks of Count Crowley herself, Jerri Bartman, as well as her fanged foe Hubert The Vampire. Frequent Talking Strange friend Dastmalchian brings Immortal Masks' creative team George Frangadakis (along with cameos by Andrew and Michelle Freeman) to talk about this partnership, and their loves of fright masks and monsters. _______________________________________________________________ Talking Strange Paranormal Podcast with Aaron Sagers is a weekly paranormal pop culture show featuring celebrity and author interviews, with a weekly "Small Talk" mini-sode with reader submitted letters and spooky tales. Sagers is a paranormal journalist and researcher who appears as host of 28 Days Haunted on Netflix, and on Paranormal Caught On Camera on Travel Channel/Discovery+, and Talking Strange is part of the Den of Geek Network. If you like Talking Strange, please subscribe, leave a nice review, and share with your friends. The Talking Strange Paranormal Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and wherever you check out spooky content. For more paranormal pop culture, head to Den of Geek, and follow @TalkStrangePod on Twitter. Email us with episode ideas, and guest suggestions, or for a chance to have your letter read on a future episode: TalkingStrange@DenOfGeek.com Follow Host Aaron Sagers: Twitter.com/aaronsagers Instagram.com/aaronsagers Facebook.com/AaronSagersPage tiktok.com/@aaronsagers Patreon.com/aaronsagers (For Q&As, livestreams, cocktail classes, and movie watches) Until Next Time: Be Kind. Stay Spooky. Keep It Weird. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mit Begegnungen der besonderen Art haben es Jan und Daniel zu tun: Nicht nur, dass Jan eine Pastete aus Heuschrecken serviert, die Daniel tapfer und mit wachsendem Appetit verspeist. Inspiriert wurde Jan durch T.C. Boyles Klimakrisen-Roman "Blue Skies". Auch die Freundschaft mit einem ausgestorbenen Paradiesvogel steht in der fantastisch angehauchten Folge auf dem Programm. Fantasy-Autorin Kerstin Gier verrät, warum für sie jeder Tag ein bisschen magisch ist. Jan und Daniel werfen am Ende bildlich die Elfenflügel ab und besuchen eine Bibliothek der Müllmänner. Die Bücher der Sendung: (00:07:51) T.C. Boyle: „Blue Skies“. Deutsch von Dirk van Gunsteren. (Hanser) (00:17:43) Sibylle Grimbert: „Der Letzte seiner Art“. Deutsch von Sabine Schwenk. (Eisele) (00:22:34) Louise Kennedy: „Übertretung“. Deutsch von Claudia Glenewinkel und Hans-Christian Oeser. (Steidl) (00:25:46) Kerstin Gier: „Vergissmeinnicht“-Trilogie. (S. Fischer) (00:46:43) China Miéville: „Perdido Street Station“. Deutsch von Eva Bauche-Eppers. (Heyne) Alle Infos zum Podcast: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep Alle Lesekreise: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-lesekreise Unseren Newsletter gibt es hier: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-newsletter eat.READ.sleep. ist der Bücherpodcast, der das Lesen feiert. Jan Ehlert, Daniel Kaiser und Katharina Mahrenholtz diskutieren über Bestseller, stellen aktuelle Romane vor und präsentieren die All Time Favorites der Community. Egal ob Krimis, Klassiker, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Kinder- und Jugendbücher, Urlaubsbücher, Gesellschafts- und Familienromane - hier hat jedes Buch seinen Platz. Und auch kulinarisch (literarische Vorspeise!) wird etwas geboten und beim Quiz am Ende können alle ihr Buch-Wissen testen und Fun Facts für den nächsten Smalltalk mitnehmen.
Anything goes after dark! Tune is as we chop it up with the Monday Night Crew of millennialsvstheworldpodcast about rejection, calling your partner the wrong name during sex, "almost cheating", and exploring intimacy! #LetsGetIntoIt
During this episode of Small Talk, we're joined by a father/son quarterback duo from Tufts University. Michael Berluti and Bob Berluti talk about the changes around campus, rivalries in a NESCAC family, what they hope for Division III's future and more. This podcast is part of Division III's year-long celebration of it's 50th anniversary. For more information, visit on.ncaa.com/diii50. Instagram: @NCAADIII - www.twitter.com/ncaadiii Twitter: @NCAADIII - www.instagram.com/ncaadiii TikTok: @NCAA - www.tiktok.com/@ncaa?lang=en Facebook: Facebook.com/NCAADIII
Everyday we might have to do a little small talk at work or at the supermarket, that awkward moment at the photocopier or at the coffee machine, chatting to the lolly pop lady. But some of us find it extremely excruciating and suffer from sheer small talk shyness. Sean was joined by Henry McKean to discuss...
The Nun 2 director Michael Chaves joins the show to talk about the latest installment in The Conjuring Universe, and how it connects to the previous Nun film, along with the inspiration behind one of the creepiest sequences, and he opens up about the fashion sense of demon nun Valak. Plus, host Aaron Sagers reads listener stories, including one from his own brother. Opening Sept. 8, the horror thriller The Nun 2 brings the next chapter in the story of The Nun, the highest grossing entry in the juggernaut $2 billion “The Conjuring” Universe. More about The Nun 2: It is 1956, France. A priest is murdered. An evil is spreading. The sequel to the worldwide smash hit follows Sister Irene as she once again comes face-to-face with Valak, the demon nun. Taissa Farmiga returns as Sister Irene, joined by Jonas Bloquet returning as Frenchie, along with Storm Reid, Anna Popplewell and Bonnie Aarons (reprising her role from The Nun). And it's directed by Michael Chaves, who also directed The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and The Curse of La Llorona, from "The Conjuring" Universe. _______________________________________________________________ Talking Strange Paranormal Podcast with Aaron Sagers is a weekly paranormal pop culture show featuring celebrity and author interviews, with a weekly "Small Talk" mini-sode with reader submitted letters and spooky tales. Sagers is a paranormal journalist and researcher who appears as host of 28 Days Haunted on Netflix, and on Paranormal Caught On Camera on Travel Channel/Discovery+, and Talking Strange is part of the Den of Geek Network. If you like Talking Strange, please subscribe, leave a nice review, and share with your friends. The Talking Strange Paranormal Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and wherever you check out spooky content. For more paranormal pop culture, head to Den of Geek, and follow @TalkStrangePod on Twitter. Email us with episode ideas, and guest suggestions, or for a chance to have your letter read on a future episode: TalkingStrange@DenOfGeek.com Follow Host Aaron Sagers: Twitter.com/aaronsagers Instagram.com/aaronsagers Facebook.com/AaronSagersPage tiktok.com/@aaronsagers Patreon.com/aaronsagers (For Q&As, livestreams, cocktail classes, and movie watches) Until Next Time: Be Kind. Stay Spooky. Keep It Weird. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Small Talk, Kristi Truong and Claire Lim of the University of California, Santa Cruz join us to talk about their experiences as women's soccer student-athletes in Division III, the best spots to find a breakfast burrito near campus, their favorite road trip stories and more. This podcast is part of Division III's year-long celebration of it's 50th anniversary. For more information, visit on.ncaa.com/diii50. Instagram: @NCAADIII - www.twitter.com/ncaadiii Twitter: @NCAADIII - www.instagram.com/ncaadiii TikTok: @NCAA - www.tiktok.com/@ncaa?lang=en Facebook: Facebook.com/NCAADIII
Are you afraid of public speaking? Do you freeze up when you're put on the spot? If so, this video is for you! In this video, we'll teach you how to master impromptu speaking, even if you're terrified of public speaking. We'll cover everything from how to prepare for an impromptu speaking situation to how to deliver a compelling speech on the spot. So whether you're a student, a professional, or just someone who wants to improve their communication skills, this video is for you! ➡️✨
In this segment of the Sped Teacher Small Talk, we explore the often-underestimated importance of fostering strong relationships between special education and general education teachers. With actionable advice and real-life experiences, we dive into how this collaboration can lead to tremendous student growth.Topics Discussed:The Power Dynamic: Although you are the expert in all things special education and should have confidence in your role, you should not hold that knowledge hostageActionable Steps for Collaboration: The importance of time management and communication in preparing for Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings.Legal Requirements and Expectations: Ensuring Gen Ed teachers are included in the IEP process with ample time to prepare, aligning with the same notice given to parents.Value of Gen Ed Teacher's Input: Discussing why general education teachers are invaluable to the IEP process and to students' overall educational experience.Providing Resources: The necessity of equipping Gen Ed teachers with the tools, resources, and professional development they need.Real-world Impact: Examples of how effective collaboration can lead to significant student growth and the stress of not having a good working relationship can take a toll on your mental healthChanging Perspectives: The call for special education teachers to view Gen Ed teachers as essential, collaborative partners rather than legal obligations.Conclusion:It's so important to understand that both parties (sped and gen ed) each bring unique skills and perspectives to the table. When both parties collaborate effectively, not only do students with IEPs benefit, but the entire classroom environment improves and the overall school culture improves.Get the Writing IEP Impact Statements GROWING BUNDLE! and become a rockstar at crafting the perfect impact statements for your students today! Follow JenniferInstagramTPT
In this episode, we're talkin' bout the generations. Guest Dr. Jean Twenge is the author of the endlessly fascinating new book Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents—and What They Mean for America's Future. Twenge dives into government surveys, databases, and scientific studies to give a revelatory report on why generations change, what makes each generation unique, and how we can learn from each other. I understand my kids and my parents so much better now! Subscribe to my substack Small Talk @ https://jonathan856.substack.com/ Check out my new TikTok video @ https://www.tiktok.com/@writeaboutnowpod Watch the interview on YouTube @https://bit.ly/WriteAboutNowYouTube
Under the umbrella of “Our Meeting at the Crossroads” comes our 2nd Journey, “The Gents of the 3.5”. “Third times a charm”, trailing our last experience with “The Gents of the 3.5” (sophomore run), The Video Mini Episode of the 3.5, and “After Talk” Sessions.Shows Designers and Co-Creator Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo, along with Co Founder George Papas get together, to bring you and Present our Third Season, of “The Gents of the 3.5”. With host George Papas, Bruno Diaz and Darren Lorenzo.This is a show about friends. Just guys shooting the breeze. Talking about any and everything. Men don't just have locker room conversation, ladies. A day in the life of the squad, the fellas, dem boys, it's just us people.Webisode and Recapped Video Mini Episodes, Available on our Youtube page (Upward and Onward Productions LLC), our Facebook page (Upward and Onward Productions) and our Twitter/Instagram page (@UpandOnProd).Friends, how many of us have them? “We're just a band of brothers, hanging out in good company. So don't you dare try to judge us, negate on what you can't hear or see”. We are just the 3.5 folks. Nothing more, nothing less, but damn sure worth it.“To be a fly on the wall, at the barber shop or gym near the bathroom stall or when he's on his way from hangin out or after work at the end of the day”. These are “The Gents of the 3.5”. Come join us for a casual conversation.If you have any questions, inquires, or just things you'd like to add. Once again please reach out and message us on Instagram @O.M.A.T.C, or @UpandOnProd and or Facebook @UpwardandOnwardProductions or @Our.Meeting.at.the.Crossroads (page or fb. group). We appreciate you, and hope you check us out.“The Gents of the 3.5”Podcast Show Founder - Upward and Onward ProductionsConcept Co-Creators - Darren Lorenzo and Bruno DiazHost - Bruno Diaz, George Papas, Darren Lorenzo, Clay Christopher and Mike Hammond Director/Theme Song - Darren LorenzoSound Editor/Mixer - Bruno DiazContent Producers - Darren Lorenzo We are back folks……
Susan, your host, welcomes Danielle McCombs to today's episode. Danielle believes that everyone is naturally creative, resourceful, and whole. External expectations that are put upon us by society and others can dim the light within us. The world needs everyone to show up as the truest version of themselves. As a coach, Danielle holds space for her clients to explore themselves and how they show up in the world. By following curiosity and intuition, she guides clients to live a life with intention. Danielle McCombs is a growth-minded individual who is constantly striving to improve herself and deepen the understanding of the world around her. After a 20-year career in commercial real estate, Danielle decided to pursue her passion of inspiring others to be the best version of themselves. Danielle is a Co-Active Professional Certified Coach and has started her own Life Coaching practice, Danielle McCombs Coaching. Danielle hosts the podcast The Opposite of Small Talk with her friend Kristy Olinger, where they explore topics about personal and professional development, focusing on connection, reflection, and social justice. Key Takeaways: Danielle shares how she realized she needed to change her career path. Susan shares the benefits of coaching. Coaching and therapy are two resources that are useful for receiving together. It takes a long time to let go of the pain and the victim's role to begin changing. First, you need to identify where you are stuck at. Then, find out what you have control over. Take small steps. Journaling is of great help; write down what you achieve every day. Small wins have immense value, and that is how you move forward. Be intentional: How do you want to feel by the end of the week? Comparison is the worst you can do for yourself. If you support someone grieving, don't take their actions personally and have no expectations. Nothing will be the same while you grow; embrace change while you move forward; you are allowed to grieve what is left behind. Making choices is never easy, but we can decide the meaning of the events in our lives and how we want to move forward. We are all on a journey; different things will happen at other times, some good and some bad. Give yourself grace and try not to worry about what everyone else is thinking; connect to yourself and find how you want to move forward. Resources Tendrilsofgrief.com Email Susan: email@example.com If you find this episode helpful, please donate Meet Danielle McCombs Visit Danielle McCombs Coaching Website Email Danielle at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Danielle on LinkedIn Listen to The Opposite of Small Talk
Spieleveteranen-Episode 36-2023 (#336) Besetzung: Heinrich Lenhardt und Jörg Langer Aufnahmedatum: 30.08.2023 Laufzeit: 1:38:44 Stunden (0:00:15 News & Smalltalk – 0:36:49 Zeitschriften-Zeitreise) Zu Beginn dieser Episode krallen wir uns mit ersten Starfield-Impressionen und anderen Spielberichten noch in der Gegenwart fest. Doch dann saugt uns die Spieleveteranen-Zeitmaschine in vergangene Jahrzehnte, wo wir beim andächtigen Blättern in Fachmagazinen an … Continue reading "#336: Zeitreise 9/2013, 2003, 1993"
Was macht eigentlich ein Stadtschreiber? Um das herauszufinden, fahren Daniel und Katharina nach Otterndorf. Da treffen sie den Autor Daniele Palu, werden (fast) mit einer Wolfspinne konfrontiert und spazieren durch den Touristen-Hotspot an der Nordsee. Im Studio liefern sich die Hosts dann eine hitzige Bestseller-Diskussion und auch beim zweiten Buch wird es kontrovers! Alle Infos zum Podcast: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep Alle Lesekreise: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-lesekreise Unseren Newsletter gibt es hier: https://ndr.de/eatreadsleep-newsletter Podcast-Tipp: Der KI Podcast https://www.ardaudiothek.de/sendung/der-ki-podcast/94632864/ Die Bücher der Folge (00:05:01) Rónán Hession: „Leonard und Paul“, aus dem Englischen von Andrea O'Brien (Woywood und Meurer) (00:19:14) Jarka Kubsova: „Marschlande“ (S. Fischer) (00:33:09) Besuch bei Daniele Palu: „Mord zur Apfelblüte“ und „Tod im Alten Land“ (Emon) (00:48:04) Nick Hornby: „About a Boy”, aus dem Englischen von Clara Drechsler und Harald Hellmann (KiWi) (00:53:17) Hörbuchtipp von Daniela: Adam Baron: „Freischwimmen“, gelesen von Julian Greis (Silberfisch) Das Rezept für die Metapher-Mahlzeit „Urner Apfelbrot“ Zutaten 1 kg Äpfel 75 g Rohrzucker 125g Rosinen 3 EL Amaretto 125 g Walnüsse, gehackt 250 g Vollkornmehl 1 EL Backpulver 1 EL Kakaopulver ½ EL gemahlener Zimt ½ Zitrone, abgeriebene Schale Rezept Die Äpfel raspeln, mit dem Zucker mischen und über Nacht stehen lassen. Die Rosinen in den Amaretto einlegen und ebenfalls über Nacht ziehen lassen. Am nächsten Tag Apfelmasse und Rosinen mit den übrigen Zutaten mischen. Den Teig in eine gefettete oder mit Backpapier ausgelegte Cakeform geben und mit Walnüssen garnieren. Im vorgeheizten Backofen auf der untersten Stufe bei 180 Grad mit Umluft etwa 70 Minuten backen. Am besten warm mit Schlagsahne servieren. eat.READ.sleep. ist der Bücherpodcast, der das Lesen feiert. Jan Ehlert, Daniel Kaiser und Katharina Mahrenholtz diskutieren über Bestseller, stellen aktuelle Romane vor und präsentieren die All Time Favorites der Community. Egal ob Krimis, Klassiker, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Kinder- und Jugendbücher, Urlaubsbücher, Gesellschafts- und Familienromane - hier hat jedes Buch seinen Platz. Und auch kulinarisch (literarische Vorspeise!) wird etwas geboten und beim Quiz am Ende können alle ihr Buch-Wissen testen und Fun Facts für den nächsten Smalltalk mitnehmen.
In this episode of Small Talk, we are joined by Jason Claiborn, a senior on the Eastern Connecticut State baseball team and Joe Serfass, a former pitcher for the program. We talk about how you can stretch your per diem on a trip, what got their teams fired up ahead of a national championship run, why they chose Division III and more.
Learn how to avoid cultural misunderstandings and build stronger relationships with people from different cultures by following these 4 strategies: invest time in learning about other cultures, practice active listening, reflect on your own biases, and seek feedback. ➡️✨
Description: This week on Small Talk we have a very special guest, Count Tastus! He is a resin figure artist and has released six carded editions, and one uncarded variant. He's had two DKE Toys exclusives at New York and San Diego Comic-Cons, has been nominated for a Designer Toy Award, and has been in two InAction shows at the Clutter Gallery in New York. We will also cover some of the latest 1/12 news. Come hang out, it's a good one!
This week I spoke to author and founder of Reset NYC Liz Tran. In addition to her fifteen years of tech and VC experience, Liz also coaches from her spiritual practice. She is a Buddhist and a trained meditation teacher, and studied at the Samyak Ashram in Dharamshala, India. In this we spoke about the difference between self-esteem and self-worth and the benefits of developing self-worth which include: increased productivity, socializing, assertiveness, and resilience. We talk about the importance of feeling comfortable with the people you surround yourself with in order to build self-esteem. As well as how to be assertive without being rude, how family constellations helped her make some major life changes, and how she works with her founders as an executive coach. Her new book The Karma of Success just came out, so we talk about some of my favorite parts including the diagrams, figures, and visuals she uses to break down concepts and how she comes up with them. I loved talking with her. Show Notes:- Sign up for the Talk Kit waitlist- All of our kits, including the Podcast Kit & Interview Kit- Find Liz on the Web | Instagram| Podcast- Order Liz's book, The Karma of Success- Our newsletter to get show notes + more- Instagram me: @letitouttt or I'm @katiedalebout