On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is David Burke, one of the best known and most respected chefs in modern American cuisine, who is fueled by passion, grit and a knack for artful innovation. Acknowledged as a leading pioneer in American cooking, Burke, a proud New Jerseyan who was born in Brooklyn, is recognized internationally for his revolutionary techniques, exceptional skills, successful restaurant empire and many TV appearances. In the parlance of today's celebrity driven culture, he is a rock star of the culinary world. Today's show also includes Shari's PR tip to have grit; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion about Bobby Flay parting ways with the Food Network after 27 years; and Solo Dining experience at Ci Siamo in Manhattan West Plaza -- the newest restaurant from Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group.Photo Courtesy of David Burke.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Too many people think that creative entrepreneurs have to struggle with photography marketing. Julie Christie dispels that notion with thought-provoking, actionable tips to align your photography marketing and business processes with your own heart and personality.Introduction (2:25)How do you realize your worth as a photographer? (4:15)I don't like the saying “Charge what you're worth”. Attaching your photography price to your self worth can be messy. The work we do is not priceless – it has a value, and it can change over time. Dig really deep into your money blocks, understand them, then put time in to minimize them.How to price yourself profitably right from the start? (10:40)Understand positioning – what it is about you or your brand that is a deal clincher for your ideal client? If you can think how you are better, it will help you psychologically put a good price on it. Also remember that it's not about price – it's about profit. You can charge a low price, but then don't give away too much.What are the 3 biggest photography marketing tips that you can implement right away? (21:11)1. Nurture the relationships you already have. Give your clients an amazing customer experience.2. Have and use an email list3. Create and use key contentHow do you make the business side of photography enjoyable? (30:42)It happens when you create a business that aligns completely with your personality. When you start out, take a few personality tests and become really self-aware, and then build a business for YOUR personality.Where do you start creating a photography marketing campaign? (34:48)People will need to go on a journey and have touch points with you before they book you, so visibility is so important, and campaigns will give that buzz around your business. Decide what you want to achieve in the next quarter, build a campaign around that and focus all your energy on that one campaign.What is the biggest lesson you've learnt in your business? (41:57)Simplicity – to not over-complicate things.Speed Round! (43:27)What are you artistically curious about? (46:16)I'm always curious about people.Discover more about Julie ChristieWebsite: https://togsinbusiness.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JulieTogsinBusinessInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/togsinbusiness/Bio:Julie Christie is a teacher, photographer and marketing geek who inspires and empowers photographers to become heroic marketers for their own business. She's also a lover of cheesy jokes and rum cocktails. Her idea of heaven is chilling on the couch with a full-size German Shorthaired Pointer on her lap.Resources shared in this episode:Playing Big - Tara Mohr - https://www.taramohr.com/Denise Duffield Thomas https://www.denisedt.com/Jen Sincero - https://jensincero.com/Boundry Boss - Terri Cole - https://www.terricole.comDare to Lead - Brene Brown - https://daretolead.brenebrown.comMasterclass - https://togsinbusiness.com/campaignclass/
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Bret Csencsitz, Owner of Gotham, where he has been the managing partner for the past ten years, ensuring that the restaurant, formerly known as Gotham Bar & Grill, lives up to its legacy while continuing to push boundaries as a leader in the New York dining scene. During his time at the helm, Bret has also helped develop the Gotham Chocolates program, as well as a collection of fine culinary products under the label, Gotham Selections. In addition, he has demonstrated his commitment to New York and the food movement through his ongoing work with GrowNYC. Today's show also includes Shari's PR tip to restore; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion; and Solo Dining experience at Ignacios Mattos' Lodi in Rockefeller Center, NYC. Photo Courtesy of Bret Csencitz.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
On Wednesday's episode, Jon Gruden resignation fallout continues, Tom Brady gives a thumb update, Detroit Lions center Frank Ragnow is done for the year and we finish up with our Speed Round, including news on Tua Tagovailoa, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Tre Flowers and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
You don't have to choose between being a good mother or a good business owner. Ashley shares strategies on balancing motherhood while still running a profitable and sustainable photography business.Introduction (2:15)What is the key to avoiding burnout? (2:56)Self-care. Everyone needs some blank space, time for just you. It has to be something you intentionally seek, it won't happen automatically.Advice on handling distractions (7:37)Give your kids the 4 things they need ahead of time, and they will give you the time you need. 1. A present and hands-on mom2. Positive attention3. Positive control4. Boundaries and routinesHow do you handle mom-guilt when balancing motherhood and your business? (13:18)First acknowledge the guilt. Then identify the priority in that moment. Then check the guilt (and whether it is true) against the priority. Lastly, replace the guilt with thankfulness. Give yourself the same advice you would give to a friend.How do you embrace the season you're in and stay in your lane? (18:13)“If you're not content where you are right now, you're not going to be content where you're going.” Also, instead of being jealous of where someone else is in their journey, use it as inspiration and fuel to energize yourself.How do you get your work done while having kids home for extended times? (23:06)Having systems and routines will not stifle your creativity – it will create the space and time for you to be more creative. Balancing motherhood and business means that I have to do time blocking for work, family and personal.What do wish you knew starting out? (26:52)You have to love business more than photography. You have to invest in yourself before you believe in yourself.Speed Round! (28:57)What are you currently artistically curious about? (30:33)Adding video to sessions.Discover more about Ashley FreehanWebsite: http://thepurposegathering.com Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/purposegatheringmamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepurposegathering Bio: Ashley Freehan is a multi-passionate mompreneur. She is a business and motherhood coach, brand photographer, podcaster, wife and homeschooling mama saved by grace. She is passionate about helping mom photographers take their business from a side hustle to a profitable and sustainable business, BUT without sacrificing their sanity or their family in the process.Resources shared in this episode:Her masterclass - https://thepurposegathering.com/productivity
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Sheldon Simeon, chef/owner of Tin Roof, a new generation mom & pop restaurant in Maui, Hawaii. Sheldon, who was born in Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii, worked in various restaurants on Maui and acquired his love for cooking from his family's love of cooking and entertaining. He attended Maui Culinary Academy and worked in various restaurants on Maui before competing on Seasons 10 and 14 of Bravo's hit competition cooking show “Top Chef,” winning Fan Favorite both times. In 2016, he opened his first solo restaurant, Tin Roof, serving up local dishes in take-out bowls; and in 2018, he opened Lineage, featuring traditional local Hawaii fare in Wailea, Maui; named a James Beard Award semifinalist for “Best New Restaurant” in 2019. Sheldon left Lineage in 2020 to focus on writing his first cookbook, Cook Real Hawai'i, which came out in the Spring of 2021 from Clarkson Potter. Today's show also includes Shari's PR tip to strive to be a fan favorite; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on The World's 50 Best Restaurants List 2021; and Solo Dining experience at Hawksmoor New York in NYC.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
A good system in your photography business is one that allows you to maximize your profits while making the best use of your time and talents. Enter: the Simple Sales System, a revolutionary way to run a profitable, sustainable business that you love.Introduction (2:25)What is the #1 mistake people make when creating systems? (3:46)People over-complicate what a system is. A system is simply a repeatable, efficient workflow. The better you get at systems, the less thinking you have to do, you make fewer mistakes and you give a more consistent experience to your client.How do you find time for organization? (6:19)There is a misconception that you have to do everything yourself. Someone else may be able to do a task faster, more efficiently, and with less mistakes, which can make it cheaper than doing it yourself. Lean into the things you are good at, and outsource and automate the rest.How did you overcome the mindset of “to earn more you have to work more”? (9:33)After my divorce, I had to provide for my family, and I had to make more money without spending more time. So I mapped out the IPS process and figured out which aspects made it work so well, and then figured out how to do those things in an automated or remote way. That is how the Simple Sales System was born.With your Simple Sales System, do people just order prints and albums online? (17:34)Pic-time approached me when they saw I was making more money using their gallery software than their other family photographers. I shared my system with them and they then created a marketing automation based on it. So now the system to order products is really user-friendly and presented in a beautiful way.How do you keep yourself from burning out as a photographer? (22:55)The little things that need to get done take up so much of your time, but those are not the things that make your business great, like connection with clients, or the photos you make. Always be on the lookout for the next thing you can get off your plate.How do you stay on track with systems you create? (25:39)First and foremost, get a CRM. How do you move past not knowing your numbers and creating a business you can be proud of? (28:35)Give yourself grace – there are many businesses out there at this stage. But knowing your numbers will enable you to make decisions that make your business successful. Other than the Simple Sales System, you also teach “Revenue on Repeat”. Tell us more. (32:09)I found myself in a situation where I couldn't work for a few months, and I needed to stabilize my income. I realized that a membership model where people pay a monthly fee towards their session was beneficial for both me and my client. Do you have any success stories to share? (38:18)Speed Round! (40.52)What are you creatively curious about (44:36)How other people run their businessesDiscover more about Annemie TonkenWebsite: http://thiscantbethathard.comFacebook: Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thiscantbethathard Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thiscantbethat Bio: Annemie Tonken is a North Carolina-based family photographer, co-founder of The Family Narrative conference, and host of the top-rated photography business podcast, This Can't Be That Hard. Her secret superpower is systems, which she believes hold the key to sustainability. She's on a mission to help photographers systematize the business side of their businesses, so they can get back to doing what they love (and making a real living doing it).
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/Y3T5-oIhuqI linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema It's once again time for Catching Up On Cinema's monthly, “Tales From the Shelf” episode! In this installment, Trevor is once again joined by his good buddy Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast to discuss “A Selection of Sequels”. Brad's Picks: Mission: Impossible 2 (2000) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 (1986) The Leftovers, Season 2 (2015) 28 Weeks Later (2007) Trevor's Picks: Bloodsport 2 (1996) and Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing (2006) Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) Rocky II (1979), Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985) and The Bourne Supremacy (2004) Batman Returns (1992) And make sure to stick around as the 2 wrap things up with a customary “Speed Round” of runner up films that didn't quite make the cut. Check out Brad's podcast, Cinema Speak on Libsyn at Cinema Speak, on Youtube, or on Twitterand Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Andrea Strong, Executive Director of ROAR, a nonprofit founded in March 2020 in NYC by a group of industry professionals impassioned to fight for unemployed restaurant workers facing financial hardship and to advocate for an industry in crisis. Over the course of her career, Andrea has been a lawyer, a restaurant manager, a waitress, a farm hand, a humanitarian activist, and for two decades, a journalist - known for her pioneering food blog, The Strong Buzz, covering the intersection of food, business, policy and the law. Her work appears in The New York Times, Food & Wine, New York Magazine, Heated, Eater, and more. Her most recent cookbook, Good for You: Bold Flavors with Benefits, written with chef Akhtar Nawab, was published in August 2020. With two young children in public school in Brooklyn, Andrea began to focus on improving school food in 2015. She founded the Wellness Council at PS 261 in 2016, and in October of 2018, she founded the NYC Healthy School Food Alliance, an advocacy group pushing for holistic school food reform across New York City. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to train for what you want to achieve; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion; and Solo Dining experience at One White Street in Tribeca, NYC. Photo Courtesy of Andrea Strong.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Growing up in nature with a mom who inspired and nurtured her creativity, Tara has developed a signature style as a fine art photographer that has clients clamouring for her art. Introduction (3:05)How did you become a fine art photographer? (7:50Were your children your inspiration? (12:40)Not specifically. My son is not the path to my creativity – he just opened the door to it.What is your process for new ideas? (16:28)I write out my shoot idea, then build on that with props, accessories and location scouting. I do a dry run first so I'm not under pressure at the shoot.How do you attract clients who wants quality of art over quantity ? (19:45)I don't offer any traditional photos sessions like family sessions in the park or seniors or weddings. When people come to me, they want a piece of art, not a package.Where do you source your fine art outfits? (24:56)Sometimes I work with designers on custom outfits, and sometimes I buy on Amazon, or I buy themed couture. What do you do with the outfits once you are done? (27:10)I keep them in my storage units.Tell us about your ancestry art (30:10)They are aimed at men mainly because of the strong lighting, and I base the styling on their heritage.How many images do you include? (32:22)5 images for fine art, and 1 for composites.Do you have a set process for every client? (32:46)Yes, they reach out with their theme. Then I will style clothes, then accessories, then the location.Where is you your dream shoot? (34:34)Hollywood, because they have all the costumes and locations already there. How much personal work do you do? (36:14)About every 2 months. What do you wish you knew when you started out ? (40:26)Everything I have been through allows me to identify with the people that I teach today. I wouldn't change anything, as it would change who I am today.Speed Round! (42:04)What are you currently artistically curious about? (43:20)AnimationDiscover more about Tara MapesWebsite: https://store.taramapes.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/enchantedeyecreations Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enchantedeyecreations Bio: Tara is an artist, photographer and educator. She began her photography journey a little over 10 years ago. As she grew and others expressed an interest in learning her editing style and photography techniques, she began sharing her knowledge via tutorials and recently released a masterclass this year. Resources shared in this episode:Mararte Workshop: https://www.facebook.com/mararteworkshopFairyshop https://www.facebook.com/fairyshopbyszilviaPrincess and Frog Boutique https://www.facebook.com/PrincessandfrogboutiqueAnna Triant Couture https://www.facebook.com/AnnaTriantCouture2015DuchessA https://www.facebook.com/DuchesssaaStella Maris https://www.facebook.com/stellamaristutu/Little Dreamers https://www.facebook.com/littledreamerstutusMy Masterclass: Painterly Pro Masterclass: https://painterlypro.thinkific.com/courses/intro
Members of my Facebook group were asked to post some topics for future podcast episodes. Some of the questions I have been, or will be making to full-on episodes. For the rest, I have compiled them here for my first speed round podcast. Want to ask your own question and have it get answered? Join the FREE Facebook group here - facebook.com/groups/723917178191483 And write on the post at the top of the group!
Any person with cable can clearly see Ohio State's secondary performance has dropped off. Once a group known for harboring multiple future first rounders, the unit allowed a mediocre signal caller from Tulsa to pass for over 400 yards after making Oregon's QB look like a Heisman Trophy candidate. We've talked about the on-field issues. How about off the field? As in: Will this affect defensive back recruiting? 247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong is back with knowledge on Xavier Nwankpa, the all-American safety from Iowa, before delving into Ohio State's coaching upheaval and how it could make recruiting trail waves. We then pepper Steve to reinforce/move off his existing Ohio State Crystal Ball picks for Zion Branch, Carnell Tate, Chris McClellan, Kam Dewberry and Derrick LeBlanc. Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer welcomes two guests to the show. First, Omar Tate, a chef, artist, and cofounder of Honeysuckle Projects, a multifaceted food company that focuses on the nuanced cultures and cuisines of the Black diaspora. Omar has emerged as a visionary and a leading thinker on the restaurant industry's cultural development as a whole. He specifically focuses on race and ethnicity to tear down structural barriers through his practice in Honeysuckle, his pop-up cultural concept. In 2020, Honeysuckle was named pop up of the year by Esquire Magazine and in 2021, Time Magazine named Omar as one of the 100 innovators to watch as part of their Time100Next list. And second, Cybille St.Aude-Tate, a Haitian American chef & children's book author, who is a partner in Honeysuckle Projects with her husband Omar. Between her sixteen year career in the restaurant industry & degree in African American Studies specializing in Caribbean culture & aesthetics in America, she has found a niche in cultivating a relative Caribbean food experience that expands the narrative of her identity. Cybille is currently hosting modern Haitian gastronomy pop-ups through CAONA and freelancing as a private chef/culinary consultant with Earthseed Provisions, a food studio she co-founded in the New York metro area. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to be the change you want to see in the world; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion; and Solo Dining experience at Uchi in Miami, FL. Photo Courtesy of Elena Wolfe.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
On our 300th episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Daniel Boulud, renowned Chef-Owner of several award-winning restaurants and the Feast & Fêtes catering company. Daniel's New York City restaurants include his flagship two-Michelin star DANIEL, a Relais & Châteaux member; and his latest, Le Pavillon, a seafood and vegetable focused restaurant, where nature meets architecture. Beyond Manhattan, Daniel has extended his culinary reach across the US and around the world, from Miami to Washington DC, to Singapore, Montreal, Dubai and beyond. Daniel's numerous culinary accolades include James Beard Foundation awards for “Outstanding Restaurant,” “Outstanding Restaurateur,” “Best Chef, New York City” and “Outstanding Chef of the Year.” Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to pay homage; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on The New York Times' article - How Eating Out Has Changed, From the Menu to the Tip; and Solo Dining experience at Chefs Walter & Margarita Manzke's new Parisian-inspired bistro, Bicyclette in Los Angeles, CA. Happy 300 episodes! Wonderful to share this milestone with the legendary Daniel Boulud! Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Surbhi Sahni, chef and owner of TAGMO, a new restaurant in Manhattan's Seaport District, featuring homestyle Indian cuisine and confections. With two decades of professional culinary experience, Surbhi has made her mark as a talented pastry chef with handcrafted cakes & confections that preserve the essence of South Asian mithai innovated by her own distinct flavor pairings and delicate artistry. Before launching TAGMO, Surbhi served as the creative force behind Michelin-starred New York City restaurants, Devi and Tulsi; and Saar Bistro, as well as the creative director and events director at Hemant Mathur Catering. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to follow your dreams; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on Eater NY's decision to put an end to starred restaurant reviews; and Solo Dining experience at chef and owner Melissa Kelly's Primo Restaurant in Rockland, Maine -- the ultimate farm-to-table experience. Photo Courtesy of Surbhi Sahni.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Tending to both your business and your creative mind, and having both thrive, can be challenging for photographers. Heidi shows how practising mindfulness for creativity and love of self will result in a higher state of consciousness.Introduction (3:47)Advice on exploring multiple passions (6:15)Your purpose isn't one thing, it's a tapestry of things. It's unique to you, so tap into that place of power, and bring it into anything you're doing.Overcoming your fear of pivoting (12:40)Learn how to listen to your inner voice, and discern what is fear holding you back that should be pushed through. Mindfulness for creativity comes though meditation.How do you manifest, according to the laws of attraction? (14:59)Have a clear intention and elevated emotion. You may have to trick your body – if you can put your body in a state of joy and gratitude, the chemical reaction will follow.How does shadow work tie in? (18:25)The more I was in an elevated state of consciousness, the more my shadow side was showing up. For me to get past this point of transcendence, I had to face all of that. Which daily habits will achieve mindfulness for creativity? (29:34)Start with meditation. Use an app, or use any method that aligns with your beliefs. It's about finding stillness.Advice on letting things go, evolving, and allowing change. (34:06)Set a small boundary. It doesn't have to be closing your business - it could just be something small like only taking 2 sessions a week. Strategy to avoid burnout (42:32)Write down every minute that goes into a session. Then look at your schedule, and put your personal and family time in first, then schedule sessions with remaining time.Speed Round (45:13)What are you artistically curious about? (48:17)WritingDiscover more about Heidi HopeWebsite: www.heidihope.comInstagram: @heidi_hope @newenglandphotocollectiveFacebook: @heidihopecreative @photographerrising @newenglandphotocollectiveBio:Artist and Photographer Heidi Hope Guerard achieved international recognition with her whimsical and ethereal backdrops for children. Heidi is a multi-passionate entrepreneur founding multiple businesses while continuing public speaking and mentoring with a focus on education in the arts. Heidi currently photographs out of Rhode Island while hosting international photography workshops and public speaking to inspire and uplift creatives. Resources shared:The Big Leap Book - https://hendricks.com/resources/big-leaps/the-big-leap/Joe Distenza - https://drjoedispenza.com/The Shadow Effect (Debbie Ford): https://debbieford.com/Gabby Bernstein - https://gabbybernstein.com/A course in Miracles - https://acimi.com/Calm (https://www.calm.com/)Headspace (https://www.headspace.com/)Insight Timer (https://insighttimer.com/)Superhuman Walking Meditations App (https://www.superhuman.app/2021 FR dynamic content with music
Stage to Stream welcomes back singer/songwriter, voice actor, and all around performer, Chrissy Hoskins! Host, Jonathan Hoskins, talks to his sister about their childhood and what makes someone want to perform. Chrissy tells us about her latest projects including developing an EP, and singing bass in her new Female A Capella group. Jonathan asks Chrissy about a transitional year in her life that included her landing the role of Sandy in “Grease.”AND return of the SPEED ROUND! Chrissy's group: Cucumber Blue Check out the Chrissy Hoskins artist page in Apple or Spotify for their first single, "Looking for Love"@stagetostream@cucumberblueofficial Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Whether you're into hifalutin rhymes, delightful children's verse, or stuff that will make Terri have to dig out the bleep sound effect again, we've got some poetry for you. (The childhood-wall-hanging text Nicole couldn't remember, BTW, isn't really a poem, but maybe a topic for a future episode on parenting judgy-ness: "Children Learn What They Live" [https://www.thelearningweb.net/chapter02/page104.html].)
Join Greg and Allister in this second "Speed Round" which ended up being anything but speedy. The crew takes on another 9 questions which again ends up revealing a lot about them and their contrasting experience in this relatable conversation. The power of questions comes to the forefront and shows their value when figuring out our individual past, present, and future. website: www.talkingnotranting.com Email: email@example.com Greg's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-smith-he-him-a8774410/ Allister's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisterfield/ Greg's new release-Safe Brave Spaces book: https://cutt.ly/5QWFKmn Safe Brave Spaces website: https://www.safebravespaces.com/ Safe Brave Stories Podcast: https://cutt.ly/pQn89dV
Making family films can be an intimidating venture when you're just starting out, but in today's episode, Sarah Krieg inspires us with her bold and fearless passion for new experiences.Introduction (4:17)How do you pair your love of filmmaking with your family sessions? (11:52)I'm a storyteller, and some parts of the story just can't be told with just photos. At every session, I just hit the record button once I get the photo, and I get little 1-minute family films of the family authentically engaging, laughing, and being themselves.Were you trained in branding photography? (15:43)Gosh no! But I say yes to things, even if they scare me.Lesson you learned in making family films (20:12)The biggest mistake is to be so afraid that you never do it. It's a foreign language when you start. But you have to force yourself to keep trying. Keep learning. Don't worry about it being perfect.Advice for overthinking and taking ourselves so seriously (26:04)Push yourself to grow, but don't take yourself too seriously. Make a safe space for yourself where you can just create and where it's ok to make mistakes and for it to be messy.How do your variety of life experiences guide you in life? (30:17)It's a pattern of me saying yes to experiences. I'm not a planner, but I trust if I fail I will fall back on something else.In your busy lifestyle, how do you get it all done? (34:05)I just accept that my family life can be a mess at times. It is what it is.What do you wish you knew when just starting out? (38:32)I wish I knew that I didn't have to be someone else, and that I bring something unique to the table.What is the most fun project you've worked on? (40:11)Just recently I shot music video for Peanut Butter Jams, a kids' band, because they saw my stop-motion work with my son. I love when people want to collaborate and build on something that I had done. I also love all my personal projects.Speed Round! (43:09)What are you artistically curious about? (48:20)What it would be like to work on a big movie set.Discover more about Sarah KriegWebsite: www.sharedshutter.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sharedshutterhttps://www.instagram.com/sarahkriegBio: Sarah Krieg is a Commercial photographer/filmmaker out of Southern California who is passionate about honest storytelling and never taking herself too seriously. Sarah has created video content for brands big and small including Motherly, Buzzfeed, Scary Mommy, Huggies and more. In addition, Sarah, along with her husband Dan, launched the Shared Shutter photography podcast earlier this year.Sarah was named one of the top 100 female photographers to watch in 2020 and has been published in Click magazine and This Detailed Life Magazine. Resources shared in this episode:The Year of Yes Book - http://theyearofyesbook.com2021 FR dynamic content with music
linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema It's once again time for Catching Up On Cinema's monthly, “Tales From the Shelf” episode! In this installment, Trevor is once again joined by his good buddy Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast to discuss the most “Rewatchable Relics” in their movie collections. Movies featured in this discussion include: Brad's Picks: Home Alone (1990) The Cable Guy (1996) Inception (2010) Shaun of the Dead (2004) Trevor's Picks: The Rocky Series (1976 – 2006) Ernest Goes to Jail (1990) The Beast (1996) The Secret of NIHM (1982) And make sure to stick around as the 2 wrap things up with a customary “Speed Round” of runner up films that didn't quite make the cut. Episode 135 – The World's End (2013) featuring Harrison and Jordan from Grief Burrito https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/The-Worlds-End-2013-e12pc30 Special thanks to our special guests, Harrison and Jordan from the Grief Burrito podcast! Check our their website @ https://www.griefburrito.com/ Find their socials here Find their community Discord here Episode 96 – Fatal Fury The Motion Picture (1994) https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Episode-96---Fatal-Fury-The-Motion-Picture-1994-ehsaho Creed 2 (2018) Review https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Creed-II-2018-Review-e2nkgh Featuring Matt from Couch Co-Op and The Hollywood Brunettes Check out Brad's podcast, Cinema Speak on Libsyn at Cinema Speak, or on Twitterand Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
It may be hard to believe, but the Cannondale Bike company didn't get their start by making bikes. Their journey began in pre-cast concrete for housing. Nav Bhatia had a similar circuitous journey. As a Canadian immigrant from India he sought a career in mechanical engineer, but ended up selling cars putting him on a path that eventually led to his induction in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Kyle and Jheission hop on their bikes and pedal across Wikipedia as they go from Cannondale Bicycles to Raptors Superfan Nav Bhatia.
Here's a this or that for you: delicious ice-cream-rich beverage, or something people use to hide spinach and worse? Yeah, Nicole and Terri are all-in for milkshakes. Catherine ... well, we'll stay her friend, we guess, but we're not going to drink anything she gives us.
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer is joined by two legendary restaurateurs in the backyard of Lucali in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. First, Mark Iacono, well revered pizzaiolo and owner of Lucali in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, which he founded in 2006 and has since received national recognition. Mark recently opened Baby Luc's, a new slice shop down the block from Lucali, plus, he's expanded his beloved pizzeria to Miami. Prior to finding Lucali, Mark worked in construction and focused on granite and marble fabrication. He has starred in multiple shows including Netflix's Ugly Delicious, The Pizza Show and Munchies. And, secondly, Billy Durney, owner of Hometown Bar-B-Que in Red Hook, Industry City and Miami, and Red Hook Tavern in Red Hook, Brooklyn. After almost 20 years in the security and private protection field, Billy fulfilled a longtime dream by becoming head pitmaster, opening Hometown in 2013 to great success, going on to further expansion. In 2019, he launched the popular Red Hook Tavern, and he has been featured in national media, including Good Morning America, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Food Network, and more. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to find your people; Speed Round; Industry News discussion on the state of restaurants in NYC since the pandemic; and Solo Dining experience at landmark Gage and Tollner in Downtown, Brooklyn. Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Photographing children with special needs happened organically for Iris Hu, as parents were drawn to her natural, unposed way of documenting connection between family members. She shares her approach to family photography with us today, deeply connecting it to her “why” as a photographer.Introduction (4:40)How did you find your voice as a documentary-style photographer (6:08It started with my own wedding – I discovered the photojournalistic style then. I never marketed my own business as such, I am just naturally drawn to the little moments that happen in families. Photographing children with special needs happened organically as parents came to me because traditional posed sessions have never worked for them.Why is it important to educate yourself to be able to work with all families (10:08I believe love is love. Every family is different, and they have their own story and their own look. My passion is to photograph good times and difficult times for all families because everyone is worthy of having photos of their lives. When I am photographing children with special needs, I especially strive to capture how parents comfort those kids, even when they can't use physical affection.How do you help families enjoy themselves when photographing children with special needs? (17:20)I don't come into the session with a shot list, so I'm never stressed about getting a specific shot. I thus set the tone of the session, staying calm and relaxed, and parents echo that. I still direct them into a specific area to explore, but then just document the moments that happen naturally. I also give directions to parents, and leave it to them to communicate that in the best way to their kids.What do you do when connections are harder to find? (20:13)Changing the scenery almost always works. Otherwise, if one kid is having a tough time, I will give them time to settle and focus on other connections in that time. How do you find unique and magical locations (23:05)I am very environment inspired. I often let clients choose a place that is meaningful to them. If they need help, I scout places around their house that I haven't shot at before and we explore and have an adventure – that is an authentic family experience in my mind.Advice for finding your voice as a photographer (28:00)Know your why – for me it is all about feeling, and I want to bring families back to that moment when they look at their photos. Also, find your own voice – don't just follow the trends.What would you tell yourself as a beginner photographer? (31:56)I would say to not to get the 24-70 zoom lens! I saved up a long time, but then realized I preferred prime lenses.Speed Round (33:18)What are you artistically curious about? (35:11)Shooting with film, and videography.Discover more about Iris HuWebsite: http://lightbyiris.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/lightbyiris Instagram: http://instagram.com/lightbyirisBio: Iris has been awarded the 30 pro award from the Lifestylephotographers association, recognized as top 25 Lifestyle Photographers in 2020, and 3 diamond awards from the Wedding journalist photographers association. She is a click pro master in the click pro-community, the hello creative artist through hello storyteller community, and rated 1 of the top 9 lifestyle photographers in Nashville through peerspace.com. Resources shared in this episode:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hitchhiker%27s_Guide_to_the_Galaxy 2021 FR dynamic content with music
Today we're shaking up our monthly #DamnGoods episode… with our first ever speed-round edition!! That means more product reviews than ever before. 20 products x 2 minutes each - can your long-winded hosts Jill and Carlene really do it!!? The stage is set to discuss: a redness corrector that doubles as an SPF, a multi-tasking, age-defying eye cream, a rare, glow-getting serum for oily-skinned folks, a skin-saving must-have for the beach (it's not what you think!) plus, Anastasia's new cream blush Carlene is toting everywhere and the filter-like loose powder she's been scoring compliments on of late. And ICYMI - we launched our first-ever merch!! Meet the limited edition Breaking Beauty Terry Scrunchies. They're made from sustainable bamboo terry in the perfect summer pink
Show Notes: Early travel memory to a classic baseball stadium (8:51) The curiosity that led him to the real estate industry and to Marriott Hotels (15:45) Peter's philosophy around creating a community through travel (22:10) Learning to travel in an RV during the pandemic (34:30) Handling the Starwood/Marriott merger (40:26) Struggles and successes with updating the group's Rewards Program (47:30) What Does Travel Mean to You (54:38) Speed Round (55:40) Peter B. Cole; Founder, Eclectic Companies Peter was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. Yet, he didn't really appreciate the “Midwestern Nice”, until he moved to the East Coast, went for a run and said good morning to everyone in Central Park, only to be looked at like a crazy person. Peter is a lifelong hospitality veteran, whose eclectic sense of curiosity has led him to distinct leadership positions. He started his career at Marriott in the world of finance supporting the company's M&A efforts. His financial skills allowed him to experience various sides of the hospitality business from hotel development through operations to corporate office. Peter gained a deep understanding of the luxury industry and international operations during his time as the CFO of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Later, his knowledge and wealth of expertise enabled him to successfully lead the Marriott/Starwood integration as Managing Director. During this time he oversaw a wide array of activities, including hotel operations, organizational design, talent management, loyalty programs, system integration, financial management, and unit growth. Most recently, Peter was the CEO of Design Hotels, a highly curated portfolio of independent, design-driven hotels that function as social hubs and spaces for purposeful experiences. This time helped Peter deepen his belief in the power of working through a community and of curating experiences. Under his leadership the company launched Further, a laboratory for collaborative culture, and won a Skift Innovation award for its original Virtual Retreats. Through these experiences Peter saw an opportunity to help forward-thinking entrepreneurs capture emerging trends by leveraging his background and expertise. Consequently, he formed the Eclectic Companies. Peter is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds an MBA from the University of Maryland. He is an avid swimmer and cyclist, and he loves to travel and explore new places. He enjoys a strong espresso, a good glass of wine or a neat pour of bourbon while listening to an eclectic collection of music.
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer is back at Heritage Radio Network's studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn, with her guest, Steven Hall - Founder of Hall PR, a multi-lingual media agency focusing on culinary and hospitality. Steven founded his NYC-based company in 1996 with the late Sam Firer. Born and bred in Flushing, Queens, Steven is the epitome of a native New Yorker. Gifted with a sharp wit, tongue, and street-smart instincts, he created his own reality throughout his career, and has never shied away from a challenge or opportunity. Global in scope, and genuine in approach, Hall PR is a visionary agency serving up personalized media campaigns, marketing initiatives, brand building + concept development for the world of hospitality. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to have a genuine approah; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on the return of restaurants in NYC since the pandemic; and Solo Dining experience at Chef Andrew Carmellini's new Italian Chophouse, Carne Mare, at NYC's Pier 17 in The Seaport. Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®.Photo courtesy of Steven Hall.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
It's dry-skin season, at least for the two non-Californians among us, and that means either disgusting greasy lotion stickiness or constant itching. Terri's hoping for some go-to moisturizer tips. Maybe you have some? Help out in the comments. Mentioned: Gold Bond, Kiehl's, CeraVe, our episode on habits [https://www.spreaker.com/episode/18922574].
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Maneesh Goyal, Founder & Partner at Sona, a new Indian brasserie in NYC's Flatiron District, which he founded with hospitality veteran David Rabin, and acclaimed actress and businesswoman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, along with Executive Chef Hari Nayak. Sona is a tribute to Indian culture, showcasing the flavors, art, design, and timelessness of India, Maneesh's ancestral homeland. A natural host and entertainer, and a successful entrepreneur, Maneesh lives his life based on the notion of taking care of people while creating memorable experiences for them. He is the founder and CEO of MKG experiential marketing agency, as well as the founder of Pineapple Co., where he discovers, supports, and launches new ventures. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to be timeless; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on Jeff Bezos awarding $100 million for ‘Courage and Civility' to Jose Andres; and Solo Dining experience at Yellow Rose in NYC's East Village.Image courtesy of Maneesh Goyal.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
For those with petite closets and serious weather shifts, it's the most arduous time of the year when the T-shirts and shorts go away and the sweaters and long pants emerge. No need for that in your life? Know that Terri is super-jealous.
linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema It's once again time for Catching Up On Cinema's monthly Tales From the Shelf episode! In this installment, All the A's, Trevor and Brad from the Cinema Speak podcast sit down to talk about some of the noteworthy films in their collections that begin with the letter “A”. Movies featured in this episodes include: Audition (1999) Alive (2002) Aragami (2003) – Films by Ryuhei Kitamura Azumi (2003) The Act of Killing (2012) American Movie (1999) Alps (2011) Anaconda (1997) Arachnophobia (1990) Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014) American Horror Project Volume One: Malatesta's Carnival of Blood, 1973 The Witch Who Came from the Sea (1976) The Premonition (1976) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) And Trevor shares approximately 9,000 Scott Adkins films during the Speed Round! Episode 8 – Versus (2000) https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Episode-8---Versus-2000-e2k4b0 Episode 42 – American Movie (1999) https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Episode-42---American-Movie-1999-e4ia5k Episode 67 – Highway to Hell (1991) and Audition (1999) https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Episode-67---Highway-to-Hell-1991-and-Audition-1999-eafnnu Episode 91 – Captain Blood (1935) https://anchor.fm/catchinguponcinema/episodes/Episode-91---Captain-Blood-1935-egdid3 Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Joshua David Stein, a Brooklyn-based, prolific writer and the author of many books, cookbooks and children's books, including his latest and first solo cookbook, Cooking for Your Kids: At Home with the World's Greatest Chefs (Phaidon). Joshua is the co-author of Notes from a Young Black Chef with Kwame Onwuachi; The Nom Wah Tea Parlor Cookbook with Wilson Tang; and Il Buco with Donna Lennard; as well as Can I Eat That?; What's Cooking?; The Ball Book; and The Invisible Alphabet, and more! Formerly the editor-at-large at the parenting site Fatherly, he is also the author of To Me He Was Just Dad. Today's show features Shari's PR tip to be prolific; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion about the future of outdoor dining in NYC; and Solo Dining experience at Dame in Soho, NYC. Image courtesy of Joshua David Stein.Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
Here is episode 14 of Behind the Mic with my special guest Robert Epperly, author of the new book "How to Get Great Results: Using the Relational Leadership Model." We answer more of your questions, talk more about his book and share some insight on how to become a better leader! Plus, e put Robert through the Speed Round again!
There's a nostalgic tug that keeps us from throwing away those toys our kids outgrew ... and also a sharp memory of how much money we paid for that stuff. Let's just go with the sentimental angle, shall we?
Brainstorming Speed Round questions in the kitchen brought recent topics on Tupperware [https://www.parentingroundaboutpodcast.com/blog/speed-round-sunday-tupperware-inventory] and refrigerators [https://www.spreaker.com/episode/18922710], and today's on those collections of recipes we may only admire from afar. Mentioned: A Man, A Can, a Plan [https://www.amazon.com/Man-Can-Plan-Great-Meals/dp/1579546072/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1510426436&sr=8-1&keywords=a+man+a+can+a+plan&linkCode=ll1&tag=motherswithattit&linkId=aa1c97a29f4d6501974f8803191ec495], Australian Women's Weekly cookbooks [https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=as_li_ss_tl?url=search-alias=stripbooks&field-keywords=australian+womens+weekly+cookbooks&sprefix=Australian+wom,stripbooks,139&crid=26TQE2ATOCWCD&linkCode=ll2&tag=motherswithattit&linkId=b1ccbe9cbfa96153eb33f2379e10ab31].
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Judiaann Woo, an independent marketing and media relations consultant specializing in food and travel, and host of “Food People Are the Best People,” a new podcast on the Eat Drink Dine Podcast Network. Judiaann was born in South Korea, raised in Portland, Oregon and developed her career in New York City. During that time, she has worked with some of the finest chefs and industry thought leaders in the world in her roles with The French Culinary Institute (FCI), Food Arts magazine, and iSi North America. Judiaann is a graduate of the FCI with Grand Diplomas in Classic Culinary Arts and Classic Pastry Arts. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to be curious; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on a staffing shortage in the Hamptons, NY; and Solo Dining experience at The Lobster Pot in Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA. Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. #allintheindustry #allindustry #sharibayer #culinary #hospitality #podcast #hospitalitypodcast #foodradio #hrn #nyc #portland #judiaannwoo #foodpeoplearethebestpeople #eddpodnet #marketing #consultant #foodpeople #chefs #restaurants #hamptons #ptown #provincetown #thelobsterpot #solodining tuneinPhoto Courtesy of Judiaann WooListen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Josh Sharkey, Founder and CEO of meez, the recipe tool for professional chefs. Josh has over 15 years of experience as a chef, from Michelin Star restaurants in Norway, to working with some of the best chefs in NYC, including Gray Kunz, David Bouley, and Floyd Cardoz. In 2009, he opened his first solo project as chef/owner -- a fast-casual concept called Bark Hot Dogs, which received many accolades including “Best Hot Dog in NY” by NY Magazine. In 2020, Josh launched meez after two years of development, inspired by the same principles applied to great cooking – an uncompromising attention to detail and a constant drive to evolve and improve. Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to utlilize the right tools; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion on the grocery-table challenges for restaurants in the pandemic; and Solo Dining experience at Le Pavillon by Daniel Boulud. Image courtesy of Evan Sung.#allintheindustry #allindustry #sharibayer #culinary #hospitality #podcast #hospitalitypodcast #foodradio #hrn #nyc #meez #getmeez #joshsharkey #aurify #barkhotdogs #tech #foodtech #recipes #recipetool #chefs #restaurateur #restaurants #tunein Listen at Heritage Radio Network; subscribe/rate/review our show at iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify. Follow us @allindustry. Thanks for being a part of All in the Industry®. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support All in the Industry by becoming a member!All in the Industry is Powered by Simplecast.
After experiencing some technical difficulties, we're back for another ride on our Little Tykes pedal car. Sorry that we kept y'all waiting. Timestamps: Trevor Larnach (4:27), Brendan Rodgers (11:52), Edward Olivares (16:28), Willy Adames (18:07), Jonathan Schoop (23:01), Jordan Pulls a Jeb Bush “Please Clap” (25:06), Amed Rosario (26:09), “Are we the trash?” “Yeah…” (31:14), Justin Dunn (32:12), Tarik Skubal (36:20), Merrill Kelly (42:01), Logan Webb (45:15), JP Feyereisen (50:07), Spencer Howard (53:34), Speed Round (58:05) Join us as we prep and record the podcast LIVE every Sunday night, starting at 9:00 pm EST over on twitch.tv/shwebsi. We may even answer your question or give you a shoutout live on the show! Be sure to follow us on Twitter @InTheDeepPL, and feel free to send any mailbag questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us each individually on Twitter: Chris - @Shwebsi Jordan - @BuntSingles Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus