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We had the pleasure of interviewing Tor Miller over Zoom video! Indie-pop singer-songwriter Tor Miller soars to new heights with his vulnerable new single, “All Time Low,” out now. Listen to the song here. “All Time Low” is the second single Tor has released from his forthcoming third studio album, ‘Generation of Me' coming next year. Tor released the lead single and title track last month along with the official video, which he directed alongside Mike Walker. View the video here.ABOUT TOR MILLER: Tor Miller is an indie-pop singer-songwriter based in New York City. His disarmingly soulful vocals, matched with warm and honest storytelling, have charmed and captivated audiences from his regular haunt at Rockwood Music Hall in Manhattan, to stages at Lollapalooza and SXSW. He's shared the stage with the likes of James Bay, Maggie Rogers, Aurora, George Ezra and more.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TorMiller #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
In a special mini-episode, Preeti interviews Writer/Director Maureen Bharoocha, who just directed an episode of Peacock's Saved by the Bell reboot. She talks craft, history, and what made her want to be a director in this short chat. You can find Maureen on instagram at maureenbharoocha. You can find Maureen's episode (as well as the full second season) of Saved by the Bell on Peacocktv.com! Maureen Bharoocha is a Los Angeles based writer/director. Maureen's feature debut was the SXSW arm wrestling comedy, “Golden Arm,” which sold to HBO and premiered in 2021. She recently directed her second feature film, “The Prank,” a dark comedy starring Rita Moreno, Keith David and Ramona Young. Currently, Maureen is writing a new horror comedy feature, “Tina's 40th Birthday Party,” with Mary Holland and Betsy Sodaro. Maureen is set to direct and Sharon Horgan's Merman is attached to produce. Previously Maureen was a segment director on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” for three seasons and started her career with her short film “Abajee” (shot on the streets of Karachi) which premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Maureen was then commissioned by Sprinkles Cupcakes to create a film series in which she wrote and directed 10 shorts based on their cupcake flavors. Maureen is half Irish Catholic and half Indian/Pakistani Burmese Muslim. Because of her mixed background, Maureen enjoys telling stories about complicated characters, bending genres and is a master at tone. She has directed episodes of Peacock's “Saved by the Bell” and “Drama Club” and also directed all episodes of “Edith!,” a narrative podcast by QCode starring Rosamund Pike. Maureen was named one of Indie Wire's rising female directors in 2020, she was on HBO's 2018 Director's list, and nominated for the SXSW 2020 Adam Yauch Hörnblowér Visionary directing Award. She is represented by Grandview, CAA and Ginsburg Daniels Kallis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We had the pleasure of interviewing The National Parks over Zoom video! Folk-influenced male/female indie pop band The National Parks has released the official music video for their latest single, “Live Til We Die,” off their recently released album, A Mix For The End Of The World – Part 1. The fun and colorful visual, directed by Cameron Gade with cinematographer Spencer Goff, sees the Provo, UT-based quartet take a step back in time to a 1980s-style late night talk show. On the heels of the album's release earlier this month, The National Parks successfully launched their very own curated festival experience, Superbloom Music Festival, on Saturday, October 9th . The first-ever event took place under the stars near Zion National Park at Sand Hollow Resort in Southern Utah in front of a soldout crowd of nearly 2,000. Created by the band as a celebration of life and music set amid a beautiful location, Superbloom featured performances from Yoke Lore, Joseph, Joshua James, Ellee Duke, Brother. and Arbour Season before The National Parks closed out the day-long extravaganza. A Mix For The End Of The World – Part 1, released October 8th, marks the first half of the independent band's two-part digital-only project, which will see Part 2 released in early 2022. The 8-track collection, recorded at June Audio and produced and mixed by their longtime collaborator Scott Wiley, also features the singles “Headlights,” “Summer Bird” and “UFO,” the latter of which was recently featured on Ones To Watch's Now Playing playlist. A Mix For The End Of The World follows The National Parks' critically acclaimed 2020 album Wildflower and continues to showcase the band's sonic evolution and lead vocalist/guitarist Brady Parks' deep and heartfelt songwriting. Since emerging in 2013 with their introductory album Young, The National Parks — Brady Parks [guitar, vocals], Sydney Macfarlane [keys, vocals], Cam Brannelly [drums] and Megan Parks [violin] — have quietly grown into an independent phenomenon with roots embedded in blissful pop, cinematic electronics, organic orchestration, and rock energy. The four-piece has racked up over 150 million total streams, sold out headlining shows across the country, toured with Andy Grammer, Peter Bjorn and John and WILD, and performed at KAABOO Del Mar, SXSW and CMJ. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheNationalParks #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
My guest this week is Heather Maio-Smith, an award-winning interactive storytelling pioneer and technology visionary who brings more than a decade of storytelling leadership to her brand new company, StoryFile. In 2010 Heather was creating an exhibit on intergenerational testimony with Holocaust survivors. She created a 3D prototype and formed a partnership to secure in-depth interviews interactively. Heather had always intended that once the survivors were filmed, that anyone should be able to tell their story and save it for future generations. In 2017, StoryFile was created as an automatic, cloud-based platform that would bring the power of conversational video into everyone's hands. 3:03 – Heather 101 She became an expert in intergenerational testimony and had great conversations with older people. She wanted everyone to be able to tell their story so future generations could actually talk to them and have a conversation. 6:46 – How does StoryFile work? She didn't know if her idea would work. They built a system that was completely automated and online. You record yourself answering a bunch of questions about your life. You can choose from 1,600 questions. 13:02 – Answers for future generations There's no reason nowadays that you can't have in-depth conversations with people you love. Do a StoryFile for a future generation you'll never meet. Some people think it's a bit egotistic to do, but it's not. It's a gift to future generations. 19:05 – Tell your story It's one thing to write down your story or do an audio recording of yourself, but you miss the non-verbal communication. The video element allows you to see the essence of the person. Every generation has gone through really difficult things, but it's what you learn from it and can pass along. 27:27 – How to start StoryFile Go to StoryFile.com and pick how many questions you want to do. You can pick individual questions or by topic and start recording. 28:27 – Get to know you Best concert she ever attended? Madonna in a small venue FEATURED QUOTES We wanted everyone to be able to tell their story this way so future generations could actually talk to them and have a conversation. If my kids could have the ability to talk to my grandfather, that would be amazing. Because then they would understand me and maybe understand themselves a little more. It's one thing to write down your story or do an audio recording of yourself, but you miss the non-verbal communication. CONNECT: https://storyfile.com/ ABOUT HEATHER MAIO-SMITH: Heather Maio-Smith is an award-winning interactive storytelling pioneer and technology visionary who brings over a decade of immersive storytelling leadership to StoryFile. In 2010, Heather developed the first 3D interactive conversation with Holocaust Survivor Rose Schindler through her creative agency Conscience Display. At the time, she was creating physical video installations at the United Nations, USC, and in Havana, Cuba, but she understood that the future of storytelling lay at the intersection of digital media and ‘natural conversation' and decided to create it. Heather developed a strategic partnership with two global entities with competencies in visual media and technology - USC Shoah Foundation and the Institute for Creative Technologies. The partnership she led has resulted in the development of a new medium - natural conversation video. Through Heather's leadership, immersive interactive natural conversation video has gone from being a concept to a reality, combining hi-fidelity multi-scopic video with voice commands to deliver commercial grade natural conversation with an individual, whether it's a life-sized video or on your mobile device, replicating the emotional experience of having a conversation with a person. She developed and pioneered Dimensions in Testimony, a program to interview Holocaust Survivors in volumetric interactive video without that survivor actually being present. Dimensions in Testimony won both the People's Choice Award and the Jury Prize at Sheffield Doc Fest in 2016. She produced and led the project before moving on to found and lead StoryFile. As a leader in content based technology, she has spoken about Natural Conversation at Microsoft (2017), US Holocaust Museum (2017), Dartmouth College (2018), FoST (2018), SXSW (2019), SXSW (2019), The LA Times Festival of Books (2019), M.I.T. (2020), and AI Summit (2020). Heather's work has been featured in Fast Company, NBC's The Today Show, The New Yorker, Reuters and BBC. She was also featured on 60 Minutes in 2020. Instagram: @storyfile Website: www.storyfile.com
Jeff Harry shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled - all by playing. Jeff assists teams in building psychologically safe workplaces for their organization using a positive psychology play method. Jeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon, and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Jeff is an international speaker who has presented at conferences such as INBOUND, SXSW, and Australia's Pausefest, showing audiences how major issues in the workplace can be solved using play. Jeff was selected by BambooHR and Engagedly as one of the Top 100 HR Influencers for his organizational development work around dealing with toxic people in the workplace. His work has most recently been featured in the NY Times, Mashable, Upworthy, Shondaland, and Wired. He has also been featured on AJ+, SoulPancake, the SF Chronicle, and CNN. While we spend most of our time pretending to be important, serious grownups, it's when we let go of that facade and just play, that the real magic happens. Fully embracing your own nerdy genius -whatever that is- gives you the power to make a difference and change lives. Jeff believes that we already have many of the answers we seek, and by simply unleashing our inner child, we can find our purpose and, in turn, help to create a better world. Website: RediscoverYourPlay.com Instagram: @jeffharryplays TikTok: @jeffharryplays Twitter: @jeffharryplays LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffharryplays Medium: @jeffharryplays YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jeffharryplays It's Men's Month on Survive to Thrive! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share! Movember Mo: https://www.movember.com
Anne is a product leader, a startup advisor, and subject matter expert in AI, blockchain, tech ethics and inclusivity. She is the owner of Griffin Product & Growth, a product consulting and advising firm. Her workshop Human First, Product Second teaches organizations and professionals how to think about building more human, inclusive, and ethical tech products. She has lectured at prestigious universities across North America such as Columbia University, West Point, the University of Montreal, and Morgan State University, spoken at major events such as SXSW, and created courses for O'Reilly Media. You can also listen to her takes on AI, blockchain, and other technologies on the YouTube Original series, RetroTech, with Marquees Brownlee, and podcasts such as Blockchain Won't Save the World, Dream Nation Love, and Let's Chat Ethics. She has built her career in tech over the last decade working with organizations such as Priceline, Microsoft, Comcast, Mercedes-Benz, and ConsenSys, the premiere blockchain software technology company on the Ethereum blockchain. Anne continues to work with and research the practical human aspects of technology and building products with emerging and disruptive technologies. Outside of her work, Anne is a voracious learner, frequent traveler, beach enthusiast, and seriously committed to self-care, workouts, and barbecuing. Here's what we covered on the episode: Anne's Background as a Product Manager How Anne and I met through our friend Shontavia Johnson and how Anne is here to talk about job search tips in the tech and online space Anne tells us that she is a product manager for a travel e-commerce company and has been in technology for 12+ years Through 12 years in tech, Anne has looked for jobs multiple times and has gotten good at getting companies to come to her - she has a long list of companies, like Twitter, Google, Amazon, etc. who have reach out to her within the last year when she didn't even apply Why Anne started her small group coaching program and how it's all about getting jobs to come to you, how to increase your chance of hearing back from them, interview prep and negotiating What product management and design have in common is that they both care a lot about the customer and about what the company is trying to drive their customer to do Anne shares how she worked at a blockchain startup before the travel e-commerce company and shares what she loves about her current job is she gets to help people find good deals on travel The Importance of LinkedIn One of the most important things when you're job searching or trying to get jobs to reach out to you is having an updated LinkedIn profile Anne says Anne suggests finding 10 jobs that you would love to have, whether you're qualified or not and write down all the words that repeat in those job listings and says as long as those words apply to you, you should then rewrite your LinkedIn and resume to include those important words It's important to include keywords, like those that repeat in job listings on your LinkedIn because of LinkedIn's algorithm and for when recruiters are searching keywords to find potential candidates Another important tip Anne shares is to be active on LinkedIn, she says you don't need to write silly posts but even sharing an article you read with 2 sentences about it boosts your relevance The story of how was contacted by a company when she had no experience because her LinkedIn was the second profile to pop up when they searched the keywords, Product Manager + Machine Learning + New York - she didn't lie about her experience but expressed her interest on her profile and used keywords that ranked her high in their search How it's important to include keywords but Anne also says it's important to include things you're passionate about towards the bottom of your bio even if they aren't directly related to your work Strategy for Cover Letters + Resumes When it comes to getting your dream job, Anne also stresses the importance of networking, whether that's in-person or through online groups and shares how she got her current job through networking in online groups One of the biggest things Anne's students have to overcome is the fear of reaching out to people because many people are scared to say they're looking for a job or are looking for help when in reality, most people will want to help you Anne shares that some places don't care if you have a cover letter or not but she's also had recruiters admit that they don't have time to go through all the resumes that are sent so they will filter out the ones that didn't include a cover letter and not even read them If you're applying to a large company who probably receives a lot of resumes, Anne suggests including a cover letter The typical formula Anne has people follow for cover letters is to introduce yourself, then talk about why you're specifically interested in the company/role, next go into why they should be interested in you, aka your experience/accomplishments, and lastly wrap it up and keep it relevant When it comes to your resume, Anne says you'll want to use keywords just like on your LinkedIn and says if you have extensive years of experience your resume can be 2 pages long, but if you just graduated college you should keep it to 1 page Imposter Syndrome Anne says one of the biggest killers of LinkedIn and resumes is imposter syndrome, where people undersell their accomplishments and gives an example of a student who was underselling the things she had done Don't decide for the company that your experience is not relevant, Anne says to make sure you tie your experience back to the company even if it may not be the traditional experience they're looking for When you are looking for jobs, connect with people at the company - Anne says make sure you introduce yourself and explain very specifically why you're connecting with them Some advice Anne has for imposter syndrome is to write down all your accomplishments and read through it regularly because you might be surprised by the things you forgot or by the things you don't give yourself credit for Imposter syndrome also stems from failure so Anne touches on how no one is perfect at anything which more people need to realize and says if you're at a place of work that demands perfection, it might be a toxic work environment How Sara Blakely's (Spanx founder) dad used to tell her, if you're not failing, you're not trying - Anne agrees with that because if you're not making mistakes in some way, you're not living and says we tend to put people on pedestals without realizing that everyone makes mistakes Preparing for Interviews + Negotiating When preparing for interview, do your research and make sure you know what they do - Anne also suggests clicking the news tab on Google when you search the company because that gives you a lot of good information too Make sure you prepare yourself for common interview questions like, when was a time you had to convince someone of something, or when was a time you had to work with someone difficult If you are a naturally nervous person, Anne suggests doing mock interviews or recording your interview questions, that way you can get a lot of your nerves out before your actual interview Anne says you should think about what you want to get paid and then go up a little from there when employers ask about the range you want to be paid If you're in an interview and they ask you about your pay range, Anne says she always flips it back on them and asks, “what is your range for this role?” To find salaries for tech and design jobs, Anne mentions using Levels.fyi, Glassdoor, or Blind The biggest mistake people make when negotiating is not taking non-salary things into consideration and Anne gives examples of this concerning relocation costs and health insurance Any time Anne changes jobs, she has a spreadsheet that compares each aspect of the job side by side so she can fully understand how much each item is actually worth Anne says be gentle with yourself because job searches are hard even when you have a lot of experience, there will be rejection but you need to go easy on yourself because the company may have liked you but it might have been one tiny thing that put another candidate ahead of you Take care of your mental health first because Anne says you cannot show up confidently in interviews or combat your imposter syndrome if you are beating yourself up all the time Connect with Anne on her Pivot Grow Hustle Website or on Twitter Remember to be yourself so the right people can find you Links mentioned Levels.fyi Glassdoor Blind Pivot Grow Hustle Website Connect with Anne on Twitter Like what you heard? 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Multidisciplinary artist TRISHES challenges the confines of art and constructs of self by using live looping, visual art and spoken word to delve into our psyches. Her undeniably original songwriting, fleshed out by hip-hop beats and pop hooks, examines human struggle through an anthropological lens to prompt listeners on a journey of self-inquiry. As a musician, the Trinidadian-American has been featured on NPR, Billboard, Rolling Stone India, MTV India, and VH1 India; and she has performed internationally, playing festivals like SXSW, CMW, Women's Redrock Festival, Tune In Tel Aviv, Linda Perry's Rock N Relief, Pyramid Yoga Festival and more. Her visual art has been part of Adidas “Nite Jogger” campaign and she has been nominated for Best Music Video at the South Asian Film Festival two years in a row, including one nomination for her directorial debut on her music video “Gaslight.” Her debut album “The Id” is out now, and this December the artist will give her first TEDx talk at TEDxDelthorneWomen.In This Episode:Join the TRISHES email list at her websiteYou can follow TRISHES on YouTube, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookMusic Big Sunglasses by TRISHESYou can pre-order Andre's book All The White Friends I Couldn't Keep. Sign up for Andre's Hope & Hard Pills Newsletter at his website. Catch up with Andre on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook. Check out Andre's Patreon if you'd like to support what's going on with his work!Music: It Doesn't Have To Be This Way (Remix) by Andre Henry
I'm back! It's been a wild year and I want to thank everyone for their support.I'll get right to it, I got accepted to go & cover SXSW (South by Southwest) in Austin, TX next March. My chat today is with Melissa Hannon, editor-in-chief for Horror Geek Life and 7-time SXSW-alum. She's a Texas girl, so we talk Texas! We chat about Texas culture, Texas food, and of course SXSW. We also cover the incredibly bad horror movie from the early 1980s called The Final Terror. Guys this was a great chat and I hope you enjoy it and I have more Blood Sweat and Popcorn coming soon!
Pull out your best Peachfuzz-wear because we're talking about lots of awkward situations in Patrick Brice's Creep (2014)! Joining us for the conversation is Devin Baldwin, co-host of the Kill the Dead Podcast!Come along for the ride as we discuss the gay panic that the film has the potential to induce (just depends on how gay panicky you are as a viewer!) while comparing our respective sets of social skills to see who would be out of the house first.Plus: mumblecore, social awkwardness, the thunk of an axe meeting a skull, a bestiality misunderstanding and one really creepy story from Trace.References:‘Wish I Were Special: Gay Panic, Masculinity, and the Queer Other in “Creep” and “The Gift”'. I Like Things That Look Like Milkshakes.Benson-Allott, Caetlin. “They're Coming to Get You . . . Or: Making America Anxious Again.” Film Quarterly.Gayne, Zach. "SXSW 2014 Interview: Talking to CREEP's Mark Duplass And Patrick Brice". Twitch Film.Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> Devin: @ineedyoujesse / @KillthedeadpodBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When we sat down to talk with our next two guests, we were already big fans. They had presented as part of the Embodied Social Justice certificate course that we had taken together this summer, and their theme was clear: how we end racism. In one generation. So, if your immediate reaction is one of incredulity, then maybe you need to hear this episode more than you think. Because their method is not one of hammering hard facts into people's heads - it's an approach based primarily on love, compassion, and our shared humanity. We talk in-depth about the conversations that can bring seemingly opposite people together, even when issues of politics and race would normally divide them. (And - if you're looking for more tips on how to HAVE those uncomfortable conversations that may be happening in the next couple of weeks around your own holiday tables, we've got those details in depth next week!). At the end of our chat, we realized that this was the conversation we all, collectively, need to have, if we're really serious about moving the needle when it comes to racism. Have questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org What to listen for: The importance of processing a timeline for ending racism - running TO a goal, instead of running AWAY from a goal How self-care plays into dismantling racism What happens when people focus on the humanity in each other versus constructs such as political or racial divides A specific method - if only for today - that focuses on the intentions we can all bring to our daily lives to begin the process of ending racism ABOUT JUSTIN: From growing up with gunshot holes outside of his bedroom window, to sharing the stage with Deepak Chopra, Justin Michael Williams knows the power of healing to overcome. He is an author, top 20 recording artist, and transformational speaker who is using music and meditation to wake up the world. When he was younger, Justin always wanted to be a singer, but a lifetime of being bullied, teased, and abused, made him give up his dream. Then after a seminal moment with his dying grandmother, Justin woke up—and his debut album premiered in the top 20 of the iTunes charts next to Britney Spears and Taylor Swift. He has since been featured by Billboard, Grammy.com, SXSW®, and shared on stages alongside some of the most compelling leaders of our time, including Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, and Chaka Khan. With over a decade of teaching experience, Justin has become a pioneering voice of color for the new healing movement—between his podcast, keynotes, and motivational online platforms, Justin's teachings have now spread to more than 40 countries around the globe. Justin is dedicated to using his voice to serve. To being a beacon of hope for those who are lost, and to making sure all people, of all backgrounds, have access to the information they need to change their lives. “When people wake up to their own brilliance—it's like magic," says Williams. 'If my work and art can inspire people to do that, then I've fulfilled my mission.” His first book, Stay Woke: A Meditation Guide for the Rest of Us, was released nationwide February 11, 2020. ABOUT SHELLY: Shelly Tygielski is the author of the book, Sit Down to Rise Up: How Radical Self- Care Can Change the World, which launched on October 26, 2021 from New World Library. She is also the founder of Pandemic of Love, a global, grass-roots, volunteer-led mutual aid community that has directly matched over 1.7 million people since the beginning of the COVID- 19 pandemic, accounting for over $57 million in direct transactions. Her work has been featured in over 100 media outlets including CNN Heroes of 2020, Forbes, Upworthy, The Kelly Clarkson Show, CBS This Morning, the New York Times and Washington Post. Shelly has been hailed by individuals from President Joe Biden to Arianna Huffington, and Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn to Maria Shriver. Shelly is a trauma-informed mindfulness teacher named one of the “12 Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement” by Mindful Magazine in 2019. She teaches formalized self-care and resilience practices at organizations around the world, and is widely regarded as a self-care activist. She is happily married to her husband, Jason, and is an adoring mother to her son, Liam. As part of her own self-care, Shelly makes time for skateboarding, playing guitar and making craft cocktails. Since mid-2020, Shelly and Jason have been relocating every few months, exploring and adapting to a modern nomadic lifestyle. Where to order your copy of Dear White Women: Let's Get (Un)comfortable Talking About Racism: https://thecollectivebook.studio/dear-white-women Like what you hear? Don't miss another episode and subscribe! Catch up on more commentary between episodes by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – and even more opinions and resources if you join our email list.
This episode features Jon Wuebben who talks about sharing authentic content through simplified content marketing. He is a published author, international keynote speaker, marketing futurist, founder and CEO of ContentLaunch. Jon regularly speaks on the topics of content marketing, the future of marketing, and entrepreneurship to groups all over the country, including events such as the Online Marketing Summit, SXSW, Content Marketing World, New Media Expo, and for a number of business groups, associations, and corporations. He is passionate about helping his clients connect with their online audience and positively impact engagement in sales. If you're looking for ways how to create authentic content and connect with your audience in an authentic way, consider reaching out to Jon Wuebben by visiting his websites http://www.contentlaunch.com/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonwuebben/.Mitchell Levy is the Global Credibility Expert at AHAthat, the first AHA leadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market for thought leaders, experts and companies to unleash their genius to the world. His passion is helping entrepreneurs, business owners and C-Suite Executives get known as thought leaders & become best-selling authors with the AHA platform. He is an accomplished entrepreneur who has created 20 businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is an international best-selling author with 60 business books, has provided strategic consulting to over 100 companies, has advised over 500 CEOs on critical business issues, and has been chairman of the board of a NASDAQ-listed company. Visit https://www.credibilitynation.com to learn more about the Credibility Nation community.Visit https://www.ahathat.com/author to learn how you can become an Amazon best-selling author in 4 months.
For full show notes, resources mentioned, and transcripts go to: www.drmindypelz.com/ep96/ To enroll in Dr. Mindy's Fasting membership go to: resetacademy.drmindypelz.com This episode is about how breathwork and mindfulness can benefit your mind, body, and overall well-being. Sandy Abrams is a longtime entrepreneur now focused on Workplace Wellness and shares her 30 years of experience utilizing the power of breath & mindfulness for wellbeing and success. Her business sensibility about "breath as meditation at the speed of life" resonates with the fast pace of today's lifestyle. Sandy's book, Breathe to Succeed (2019) is endorsed by Arianna Huffington and executives from Google, Aetna, SAP, Sage software, and the U.S. Air Force. Sandy has led her unique & empowering BREATHE workshops at several Google offices, WW (formerly Weight Watchers) HQ, Universal Music, Facebook HQ, Canyon Ranch resorts, McKinsey & Co., Women Presidents Org., YPO, entrepreneurial groups, conferences and was slated to speak at SXSW 2020. Sandy is on a mission to empower people to create their optimal mindset & energy...one deep, mindful breath at a time. Please see our medical disclaimer.
Are marketers allergic to creativity? How do bold ideas thrive in huge international companies? How can creatives work within a systematic, data-driven company or agency? All these questions and a lot more are answered in this Sweathead episode with Karl Isaac, who also talks about his experience working on some of the most popular brands worldwide. For over 20 years, Karl's been giving brands chiropractic adjustments. He's led some of the world's best-known brands at Microsoft, Adobe, and Ebay and agency-side at Razorfish, Landor, and Hi It's Us. Now, he's a Fractional Chief Brand and Marketing Officer helping companies define, grow, and accelerate brands by better connecting to culture, embracing digital, and uniting through a common vision on a global scale. He's presented at SXSW, DMEXCO, AIGA National Conference, and Digiday events and been interviewed and published in Wall Street Journal, AdWeek, AdAge, Inc., Forrester, and CMO.com. Karl has an MBA and Master of Architecture degree. You can find Karl at @redglassesclub on Twitter and Instagram, and on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/brands. ** Follow the fun on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/sweathead Subscribe to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/dscjW5
From SXSW to distributed teams nGen grows and then things get dicey. Here is part Three: Saying Your Goodbyes. Get the weekly newsletter to read more. https://us4.campaign-archive.com/home/?id=790197d7f2&u=3c7b14630509cce52d23ffec0
In 2009, host John T. Meyer took time off from his corporate consulting job to attend SXSW. While it was the first of many non-traditional moves for John, it also changed his life. After 12 years, he's captured lightning in a bottle once again. And he's not leaving anyone out. In episode 75, John takes leaders inside his head, unpacks this Twitter thread about his time at NFT.NYC, and helps us embrace the beginner's mindset.In the Spirit of Leadership (1:42)Social Media and SXSW (3:54)Understanding Web3 and Value (6:51)Embracing the New Frontier (13:34)Go down the RabbitHole.Need help learning the world of Web3? DM John!-----Follow John T. MeyerFollow Leadmore on InstagramFollow Leadmore on TwitterSubscribe to John's newsletter
A New York Times best-selling author of five books: Steal Like an Artist, Show Your Work!, Keep Going, The Steal Like an Artist Journal, and Newspaper Blackout. Austin has spoken as a guest presenter at Pixar, Google, Adobe, and TEDx, and at conferences such as The Economist's Human Potential Summit and SXSW. His work focuses on creativity in today's world. In this episode, we learn why he thinks it is important to keep unread books around, why he considers play to be serious business and why the greatest gift you can give an artist is space to do their work. Austin is a man who makes art with words and books with pictures. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Danny Strong is back! We spoke with him in 2017 for his film Rebel in the Rye, and it's still one of our most fun interviews ever (you can listen here). We had a lot to catch up on, and we were especially excited to discuss his newest show, Dopesick. He gets into the serendipitous way he landed this project, and how he safely managed an intense filming schedule in the middle of a pandemic. Take a listen and hear his thoughts on the sudden series finale of Empire, why he prefers being behind the camera, how Mad Men sparked his entry back into acting, and why we think he'd make a great Governor of Florida. You can follow Danny Strong on IG & FB & TwitterWatch Dopesick, streaming on Hulu right now! It's REALLY good.Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
I am super excited today to share this conversation I had with the writer, artist Austin Kleon. What I love is that Austin's process of creation is as important as the art he happens to be making. The vibrant potency of what he makes, whether it's his books, drawings, writings, or talks, has everything to do with his thinking and how he creates. Today we are diving into some of the most fundamental, valuable ideas of artmaking. Whether you're just starting out or far along the creative path, this conversation will fire you up. It did me. We dive into sustaining the juice in your artmaking, delightful missteps, and how to keep curiosity and wonder at the forefront of your art and life. Austin is the New York Times bestselling author of a trilogy of illustrated books about creativity in the digital age: Steal Like An Artist, Show Your Work!, and Keep Going. He also has a superb blog where each week, he shares what he finds inspiring and moving. In addition, Austin speaks for organizations such as Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist. In previous lives, he worked as a librarian, a web designer, and an advertising copywriter. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and sons. Join me in this fantastic conversation with Austin. He is a student of life and art, first and foremost, a fellow explorer who so generously reports back to us all he is learning in his beautifully simple quest to creatively do a little bit better than he did yesterday. He is truly finding his way as he goes, and today we get to go too. Listen if you are interested in... Learning from guest artist Austin Kleon [2:30] Maintaining the momentum [4:00] Why you need a “Youth spy”[9:00] Working against limitations [15:00] Inviting chance and mistakes [20:00] Intelligence in the body [31:00] Sharing in a sustainable way [37:00] Executing your final product [45:00] Falling in love with your work [50:00] Don't be your hero - be you [57:30] Closing thoughts [59:00] Resources and Links Mentioned www.austinkleon.com Steal Like An Artist, a book by Austin Kleon Show Your Work! a book by Austin Kleon Austin's Newsletter John Waters Pablo Picasso Richard Diebenkorn David Hockney Billy Collins Lynda Barry Amanda Palmer Connect with Nicholas Wilton Nicholas@art2life.com Like on Facebook Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow on LinkedIn Follow on Pinterest Subscribe to Art2Life on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts
If you competed in the modern pentathlon today and things went terribly wrong, in which event would you be most likely to meet your untimely demise? Or, who would win in a battle between a man who has all the supplements in a vitamin store (and they all work as advertised) or a man who has read all of the self help books at a bookstore? Our guest this week, comedian Sean Patton, answers these and other great lightning round questions on another episode of the BHHcast. This episode of the BHHcast was performed live at the All the Laughs Comedy Awards in the outdoor amphitheater of the Role Call Theater (hence the background noise). The BHHcast was honored to be selected as the Best Podcast at the festival from amongst a group of outstanding shows. Sean Patton has performed in clubs and festivals around the world such as The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Edinburgh Fringe , SXSW, The Moontower comedy festival, Just for Laughs Chicago, Just for Laughs Toronto and Just for Laughs Montreal. You may have seen him on Comedy Central, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, This Is Not Happening, Showtime's Live from SXSW , TruTv's Comedy Knockout, and This week at the Comedy Cellar. On TV, he has appeared on IFC'S Maron, Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer and TruTV's Those who can't. Be sure to follow him across social media and check out his website for upcoming tour dates. Website: https://meseanpatton.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrseanpatton/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrseanpattonBe sure to subscribe to and follow the show across podcasting platforms. If you would like the BHHcast to come to your town to perform live, as we did in this episode, send us an email to email@example.com. We love feedback and would love to hear from our listeners. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bhhcast)
Mahdi Cocci currently stars in the BET+ series “Bruh,” a 30-min comedy series from powerhouse producer Tyler Perry, which celebrates black male brotherhood. Cocci also co-stars in the NETFLIX romantic comedy feature THE LOVEBIRDS opposite Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, which is now streaming. BET+ series “Bruh” examines the contemporary world of dating, career, and friendship through the lens of four African American men with a brother-like bond. Cocci plays Tom, a doctor with lady problems, but he is also the glue that holds the group together. “Bruh” Seasons 1 and 2 can be streamed on BET+, and they have been renewed for a third season. THE LOVEBIRDS is a rom-com from Paramount/Netflix that tells the story of couple Jibran (Nanjiani) and Leilani (Rae), who on the brink of breaking up, get unintentionally embroiled in a bizarre murder mystery. Cocci portrays Keith, a coworker to Leilani, whose friendship with Leilani causes Jibran to be jealous. Originally scheduled to premiere at SXSW, the film is now streaming on Netflix. Cocci was born in Minneapolis, MN, and was raised by his mother, Stephanie. Education was always emphasized growing up, and Mahdi earned a full Navy ROTC scholarship to the University of Pittsburgh. He put his burgeoning modeling career on hold to serve as an officer in the Navy upon graduation. After serving honorably, Cocci shifted gears and pursued a career in acting. His first professional credit was earned on the TV series, Dynasty, in 2018, roles on other network shows soon followed, including The Gifted, The Resident, MacGyver and more. Mahdi will appear in recurring roles in The Terminal List, Games People Play, and an upcoming Marvel project in 2022. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theactorslounge/support
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Jessica Murnane (IG: @jessicamurnane) is an author, speaker, and creative consultant. She has written two books - the cookbook One Part Plant: A Simple Guide To Eating Real One Meal At A Time and Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide To Health + Hope With Endometriosis. Jessica is a sought-after speaker and host that's spoken at Apple, SXSW, and Wanderlust, among others. She has contributed to or appeared in several magazines and websites including Bon Appétit, Goop, Shape Magazine, and mindbodygreen. In this episode, we discuss: What is endometriosis (endo)? Jessica's long road to getting a diagnosis Bringing awareness to people suffering with endo The mental health aspect of dealing with a chronic illness Pushing through the pain Understanding genetic factors vs. lifestyle factors for endo The conventional medicine approach to endo Birth control pills can negatively affect mental health How endo impacts all aspects of life & relationships Tips for supporting your partner with their endo Dietary & lifestyle changes can reduce inflammation Seeing countless doctors over the years for various symptoms Transitioning to a plant-based diet for healing Feeling better physically & mentally after years of suffering Having an open mind to wellness practices Connecting joy with movement Foam rolling is an incredible tool for people with chronic pain Rebounders are great for your lymphatic system Your endo diet is unique to you How to get your family & friends to embrace your dietary changes Jessica's thoughts on supplements & endo Using cannabis for chronic pain The 2 different types of surgery for endometriosis Mindful walking is a stress management tool Preparing for menopause Practicing self-compassion helps you calm down The reality of living with endo Endometriosis awareness is so critical Show sponsors: Paleovalley
Gary Vaynerchuk, AKA Gary Vee is an entrepreneur, investor, and leading mind in business, marketing, and internet culture. In addition to running VaynerMedia and being a top personality on the internet, Gary is a best selling author, in-demand speaker, and evolving leader. A few years ago, Adam asked me to connect with Gary at SXSW, where we were both speaking. Since that day, Gary and his team have been guides, mentors and teammates to Adam and I in different ways. It's clear that his team's positive, innovative, always-giving attitude starts from the top, with Gary. In my opinion, this leadership and team culture is one of the most underrated aspects of Gary's world, and that's exactly what I wanted to dive into. In this conversation, Gary and I get into humility, evolution, being the children of immigrants, and so much more. This is a really special episode — with unlocks all around. I can't wait for the next one. I hope you enjoy! Follow Gary: www.instagram.com/garyvee www.twitter.com/garyvee Support Gary's New Book, 12 And A Half: https://www.garyvaynerchuk.com/get-ready-for-my-best-book-yet-and-an-exciting-announcement/ Follow Noor: instagram.com/noor twitter.com/ntagouri
What is it like to find love during a Worldwide pandemic? In this episode Leslie talks to the co-creators of the award winning web series "Love in 2020" about what it takes to create and film during Covid 19.Eirinn DisbrowI am an LA based director and editor who is passionate about telling women's stories. Credits include working in editorial on Paul Feig's Ghostbusters (Sony), Jonathan Levine's Snatched (FOX) and Long Shot (Lionsgate) as well as David Fincher's Videosyncrasy (HBO). I edited the series My Dead Ex which premiered at SXSW in 2018 and I'm currently working in editorial on Borderlands (Lionsgate). I previously directed the comedy sketch Racist Baby (streaming on Who Haha), My Life Worked Out (featured on Funny or Die) and most recently the award winning web series Love in 2020, a pandemic rom com that I hope makes people laugh and feel less alone.Anna Jaller (actress/producer)Anna is an actress & producer. Hailing from MD, Anna studied theater at Muhlenberg College. Upon graduating she moved to NYC and studied with veteran acting coach Anthony Abeson. Less than a year after moving to LA she fulfilled her dream of being yelled at by Ari Gold as she made her big screen debut as Dana's Assistant in the Entourage movie. Anna was seen most recently opposite Janelle Monae in Homecoming (Amazon) and will be featured in a new sitcom coming this Winter to NBC. Her work has been featured on WhoHaHa and on the homepage of Funny or Die. Other credits include Speechless (ABC), Failosophy (MTV), and Amateurs (pilot). Anna is a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade training program and has performed as a member of the sketch comedy group TMI. Her producing credits include: Please Come With Me (Indie Rights), Liam Reeves (dir. Sara Lindsey), and My Life Worked Out (Funny or Die). She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and FilmmakeHers. Social media: @annajaller Christina Garofalo Bonifacio Christina Garofalo Bonifacio is an L.A.-based author, journalist, and screenwriter. She wrote and produced the six-episode Rom-Com web series Love in 2020, which won Best Web Series at LA Femme International Film Festival. Christina is the author of the book When Dogs Heal: Powerful Stories of People Living with HIV and the Dogs That Saved Them (March 2021, Lerner Publishing). In its first year, the book was covered by NBC, them., BuzzFeed Daily, and The AIDS Memorial. Her writing has been featured in Robb Report, Afar, Huffington Post, Paste, Resident, ShermansTravel, and Jetsetter.
Helen Yu is the founder and CEO of TigonAdvisory. She drives growth for tech companies from start-ups to global titans like Oracle and Adobe, and helps CEOs achieve multi-billion-dollar revenue growth and record profitability. She's a board advisor to fast-growth SaaS companies and is on the board of the Global Cybersecurity Association. She's a top Twitter influencer with a 10M+ weekly reach and was ranked a Top 10 thought leader by Thinkers 360, and a top 10 digital transformation influencer by IBM. She's spoken at SXSW, TiECon, DMS, and Money2020. An avid adventurer who trekked to Mt. Everest base camp and ice climbed glaciers, her new book is Ascend Your Start-up: Conquer the 5 Disconnects to Accelerate Growth. Learn more at tigonadvisory.com. You can also follow Helen on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tboc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tboc/support
Minda Harts: Right Within Minda Harts is the founder and CEO of The Memo and an advocate for women of color in the workplace. She is a sought-after speaker and thought-leader, frequently speaking on topics of advancing women of color, leadership, diversity, and entrepreneurship. She was named a LinkedIn Top Voice for Equity in the Workplace and was honored as one of BET's Future 40. She has been a featured speaker at TEDx Harlem, Nike, Levi's, Bloomberg, Google, SXSW, and many other places. She is an adjunct assistant professor of public service at NYU. She also hosts Secure the Seat, a career podcast for women of color. Minda is the author of the bestselling book The Memo* and now her new book Right Within: How to Heal From Racial Trauma in the Workplace*. In this conversation, Minda and I discuss the daily actions that managers can do to support inclusion in the workplace, especially for women of color. We explore the unfortunate realities of systemic racism that still show up in many workplaces and how we can all do better. Plus, Minda invites us to consider the Manager's Pledge and six key ways we can bring more equity into our organizations. Key Points The State of Black Women in Corporate America report finds that in 2020, Black women held 1.6 percent of vice president roles and 1.4 percent of executive suite positions. When someone says something racially charged, one of two things tend to happen: laugher or silence. We can do better. You don't need to be the hero, but you do have a responsibility to start. All of us will mess up. Take inspiration from the Japanese art of Kintsugi, where the broken pieces reassembled become more beautiful than the original. We often miss the opportunities that are right in front of us. Starting there is how each of us bring justice into the world. Resources Mentioned Right Within: How to Heal From Racial Trauma in the Workplace* by Minda Harts Minda's website Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes How to Build Psychological Safety, with Amy Edmondson (episode 404) How to Support Women of Color, with Minda Harts (episode 506) How to Reduce Bias in Feedback, with Therese Huston (episode 510) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
Our guest for this episode has a truly remarkable story. At 26, Paul Coyne suffered a stroke while working as a derivatives analyst at Goldman Sachs. Rather than slowing him down, the stroke and the nurses who cared for him inspired Paul to pursue a career in healthcare, and over the next four years, he earned five degrees, including a Doctorate from Columbia University School of Nursing, an MBA in Healthcare Management and an MS in Finance from Northeastern University. Paul went on to pursue a career in nursing informatics at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, where he is now a Vice President. He also founded Inspiren, a nurse-led technology company that has been recognized by awards from the ANA, Time Magazine, Fast Company, Becker's Hospital Review, SXSW and the Webby Awards. In our conversation today, Paul and Dan talk about his journey and how it led him to where he is today, as well as the outside-the-box advice he gives to nurses who come to him for career advice. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Welcome to Flash Back Friday! With 600+ episodes, we're excited to revisit some of our favorites with our new listeners (and maybe new to our regular listeners).To cap off Filipino American History Month (October), we're flashing back to some of our favorite interviews with Filipino artists from the past year! We were blown away by not only the amount of Filipino stories, but also the diversity of stories that we've covered in just the past 12 months. We laugh at the quirkiness of the short film Learning Tagalog with Kayla (with writer/director/star Kayla Galang), we discuss the power of Filipino cuisine in the superhero film Lumpia With a Vengeance (with writer/director Patricio Ginelsa and stars April Absynth and Katrina Dimaranan), some tears are shed while discussing death and family obligation in the narrative drama Islands (with writer/director Martin Edralin), and we celebrate A Thousand Cuts, a documentary on Filipino-American journalist and 2021 Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa (with director Ramona Diaz and Bay Area Hip-Hop activist Ruby Ibarra). Happy Filipino American History Month, we can't wait to see what kind of stories 2022 will bring!Due to time constraints, we couldn't include every Filipino artist interview in this episode, but if you're thirsty for more, check out our coverage of the film The Fabulous Filipino Brothers with writer/director/star Dante Basco, and his sister, co-writer and star Arianna (Boss Bitch) Basco.You can follow director/writer/actor Kayla Galang on Instagram and on her websiteYou can follow director Patricio Ginelsa on IG & FB & TwitterYou can follow actor April Absynth on IG & FB & TwitterYou can follow actor Katrina Dimaranan on IG & TwitterYou can follow Islands the film on TwitterYou can follow director Ramona Diaz on Twitter & IGYou can follow Hip-Hop activist Ruby Ibarra on Twitter & IG & FBYou can follow Filipino-American journalist and author Maria Ressa on Twitter & IGThanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
On this episode of the Startup of the Year Podcast, Frank Gruber, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Established and Co-Founder of Established Ventures, introduces an “Ask Me Anything” session that Rich Maloy from our team did with Marc Nager during our 2020 Summit. Marc is the Co-Founder Startup Weekend, former CEO of UP Global, CCO at Techstars, MD of Telluride Venture Accelerator, and currently Partner at Greater Colorado Venture Fund. The 2021 Startup of the Year Summit is coming up in January 2022! We are going to be sharing some exciting news about the Summit in the very near future, so please make sure to keep an eye out for that news at: www.startupofyear.com/startup-of-the-year-summit We also talk about OpenGrants, which is a platform with a search engine and expert marketplace that unlocks non-dilutive U.S. funding for organizations around the world. They empower startups, nonprofits, grant writers, foundations, and government agencies to participate in a new paradigm of funding. Sign up for today for free and search grants at www.opengrants.io/established/ Lastly, we invite you all to join our community today to access the support, expert advice, and resources you need to elevate your startup by going to: est.us/join Thank you for listening, and as always, please check out the Established website and subscribe to the newsletter at www.est.us Checkout Startup of the Year at www.startupofyear.com Subscribe to the Startup of the Year Daily Deal Flow: www.startupofyear.com/daily-dealflow Subscribe to the Startup of the Year podcast: www.podcast.startupofyear.com Subscribe to the Established YouTube Channel: soty.link/ESTYouTube *** Startup of the Year helps diverse, emerging startups, founding teams, and entrepreneurs push their company to the next level. We are a competition, a global community, and a resource. Startup of the Year is also a year-long program that searches the country for a geographically diverse set of startups from all backgrounds and pulls them together to compete for the title of Startup of the Year. The program includes a number of in-person and virtual events, including our annual South By Southwest startup pitch event and competition. All of which culminate at our annual Startup of the Year Summit, where the Startup of the Year winner is announced, along with an opportunity at a potential investment. Established is a consultancy focused on helping organizations with innovation, startup, and communication strategies. It is the power behind Startup of the Year. Created by the talent responsible for building the Tech.Co brand (acquired by an international publishing company), we are leveraging decades of experience to help our collaborators best further (or create) their brand & accomplish their most important goals. Connect with us on Twitter - @EstablishedUs and Facebook - facebook.com/established.us/.
‘The Spine of Night' creators Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King chat with us about the details of making their hit SXSW animation. Unpaid Endorsements:Oren: the select subject tool in photoshop, and the BTS of a film called ‘Soy Cuba'Matt: The 1977 animated film ‘Wizards'Morgan: The Provider by Matt SmithPhil: Metroid Dread on switch, and the true crime book called ‘Occupied City'Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help support the show.Send feedback or questions to @justshootitpod or email@example.com.Follow Matt on twitter and instagram.Follow Oren on twitter and instagram.Wanna be on the show? Call us with a question at (262) 6-SHOOT-1, and we'll air your voicemail on the show.Show your support: rate and review us on iTunes. apple.co/2fl9ojySee who our guests are a week early on our instagram @JustshootItPodMusic was provided by the free music archive and by Jahzzar.Each week on Just Shoot It we interview your directors, screenwriters, editors, cinematographers, and actors, and learn how they became successful, working content creators. We'll share tips and stories of how people in the entertainment industry forced their ways into sustainable careers. We're all about getting off your butt and making your own videos. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
CHARLIE BERENS is an Emmy-winning journalist, comedian, and creator of the Manitowoc Minute. The Wisconsin native has been featured on Fox, CBS, Funny or Die, TBS Digital, Variety, MTV News and more. Charlie began his career working for MTV News' Choose or Lose. After that he worked in front and behind the camera for emerging YouTube news channels. In 2012, Tribune Media tapped Charlie to host the comedic news show Nightcap. In 2013 he won an Emmy for "The Cost of Water" while reporting for KDAF. In 2014 CBS Sports Network hired Charlie to host the sports gameshow You're So Money. Also in 2014, PMC (Variety, Deadline) made Charlie the host of their comedy/entertainment news brand @Hollywood. From red carpets to Sundance to SXSW to Coachella, Charlie has interviewed hundreds of celebrities, politicians, actors, and musicians. In 2016 Charlie turned his attention toward acting and developing his scripted series. He found success at the Just For Laughs Festival where Kevin Hart picked up Co-Anchor Confidential for his LOL comedy platform. Charlie is regularly featured on Funny or Die. His comedic mashups including “If Jack Dawson Was Really From Wisconsin” have garnered more than 13 million views. Most recently Charlie's Manitowoc Minute series has received similar success -- including millions of views, and a sold-out standup comedy tour. See Charlie Perform Live: https://www.charlieberens.com/tour Preorder Charlie's Book The Midwest Survival Guide: https://www.amazon.com/Midwest-Survival-Guide-Drink-Everything/dp/0063074958 Leave a review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-comedy-advice-podcast/id1326620580?mt=2 Follow me & see my show dates here: https://linktr.ee/acomedyadvicepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/a-comedy-advice-podcast/message
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with writer, producer, former studio executive and diversity thought leader Kelly Edwards. Many of us want to be able to pitch our shows to a network or studio but just don't know how the game is played. Kelly not only knows how the game is played she wrote a book on how to do it.Her new book is The Executive Chair: A Writer's Guide to TV Series Development. To make compelling television, our industry depends on enthusiastic new voices with fresh ideas. While there are plenty of books about the mechanics of writing, this is the first time an insider has detailed the invaluable TV executive perspective. As key pieces of the entertainment puzzle, executives hold institutional wisdom that seldom gets disseminated outside network walls.The Executive Chair breaks down the business from the gatekeeper's point of view, illuminating the creative process used by those who ultimately make the decisions. Whether developing a project for the entertainment marketplace or merely probing the executive mindset, The Executive Chair dispels myths about the creative process and takes the reader through the development of a pilot script."There are a million ways to break into Hollywood. Your journey will be unique to you. Meet all the people. Work all the angles. But most of all, enjoy the ride." - Kelly EdwardsKelly Edwards recently transitioned from inside the network ranks into a writing and producing deal with HBO under her Edwardian Pictures banner.In her former executive role, she oversaw all of the emerging artists programs for HBO, HBOMax, and Turner. The pilots she produced through the HBOAccess Writing and Directing fellowships have screened at major film festivals including Tribeca and SXSW, and garnered multiple awards.Prior to HBO, Edwards was a key corporate diversity executive at Comcast/NBCUniversal for over five years where she oversaw over 20 divisions, launched employee resource groups, and introduced diverse creative talent to NBC, USA, Syfy, Bravo, and Telemundo.Edwards' career spans both television and film. Early in her career, she worked as a creative executive in features at both Disney and Sony under such talents as Garry Marshall and Laura Ziskin. After moving to television, she served as a senior executive at FOX where she developed LIVING SINGLE, CLUELESS, and THE WILD THORNBERRYS. While heading up UPN's Comedy division as the SVP of Comedy Development she developed GIRLFRIENDS, THE PARKERS, and MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE.In 2000, Edwards co-founded the non-profit organization Colour Entertainment, a networking group for diverse creative executives in TV, Film, Digital, as well as assistants, all designed to connect current and future industry executives with one another.Kelly and I had an amazing conversation about the business, how to pitch a television project to a studio, and much more. Enjoy!
Our guest for this episode has a truly remarkable story. At 26, Paul Coyne suffered a stroke while working as a derivatives analyst at Goldman Sachs. Rather than slowing him down, the stroke and the nurses who cared for him inspired Paul to pursue a career in healthcare, and over the next four years, he earned five degrees, including a Doctorate from Columbia University School of Nursing, an MBA in Healthcare Management and an MS in Finance from Northeastern University. Paul went on to pursue a career in nursing informatics at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, where he is now a Vice President. He also founded Inspiren, a nurse-led technology company that has been recognized by awards from the ANA, Time Magazine, Fast Company, Becker's Hospital Review, SXSW and the Webby Awards. In our conversation today, Paul and Dan talk about his journey and how it led him to where he is today, as well as the outside-the-box advice he gives to nurses who come to him for career advice. Links to recommended reading: Improving Clinical Communications: A Smartphone for Every Nurse Paul Coyne, A Nursing Graduate Inspired by His Nurses The full transcript for this episode can be found here: http://www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/paul-coyne
Local COVID numbers drop to Stage 2 range at 14.4, as Austin Public Health gives the green light to boosters including mix-and-match vaccine products. F1 racing over the weekend leads to what Austin Bergstrom International Airport expects to be their busiest day ever - a three-hour advance arrival is advised. Max Verstaffen was the U.S. Grand Prix winner, and Billy Joel performed in Austin for the first time in three decades. Another race in Kerrville ended tragically with a crash and the deaths of two children. A Martindale man suspected of shooting another man for sitting in his driveway turns himself in to Caldwell County officials. Anti-Semitic demonstrations and graffiti in the heavily-Jewish Northwest Austin area over the weekend draw rebuke from city leaders. Houston Astros begin World Series play vs the Atlanta Braves tomorrow night, the third Series appearance for Houston in five years. Austin FC beats the Houston Dynamo at Q2 Stadium and are now within reach of being crowned the best MLS team in Texas. SXSW settles a lawsuit over their no-refund policy from the cancelled 2020 festival. Austin is ranked the #3 strongest labor market in the USA. Early voting concludes on Friday, and we could see record heat this afternoon in the low 90's - a cool-down is coming.
Justin is a serial entrepreneur, funded by Google's Chairman Eric Schmidt, whose products have been used by 40+ Fortune 500 companies and 50M+ users. Justin is a marketing technology expert and founder of Captivate.ai, which turns a podcast episode into 3-months of social media content. Justin earned an MBA from Stanford and is a U.S. Navy Veteran with five years of experience onboard nuclear submarines. He has 20 years of business and leadership experience at Bay Area tech companies. Justin has been a presenter at SXSW and Stanford University and has been featured in Inc. Magazine, TechCrunch, Business Insider and more. Justin Nassiri: www.captivate.ai Aaron Armstrong: aaronjarmstrong.com
Richard Kerr is the director of travel rewards at Bilt. He is a veteran Naval officer and founder of the Award Travel 101 Facebook community. He's one of the foremost experts in points and miles strategy, featured in Forbes, US News, Money Magazine, Kiplinger Personal Finance and presented at #SXSW 2017. Richard has visited over 45 countries, lived in England and Japan, and spends his spare time dissecting loyalty program award charts to maximize the value of points and miles. Richard holds a BBA in International Business and has his wife and two small children in tow for his travels as often as possible. In this episode, Richard and I discuss his career journey as a points and miles creator, his current role at Bilt, and all the features of the new Bilt program -- a program that has no annual fee, lets you earn interest on your points bank, points on rent payments, and more! Currently, there is a reallllly long waitlist for getting the Bilt card. Thousands upon thousands of people. But I have a promo code for you to skip the line! Use the code "GEOBREEZEXBILT" in all caps at https://www.biltrewards.com/waitlist and you'll get your Bilt application fast-tracked. Here's how to get more than 35% back on your next $30 at GrubHub: Sign up for Fluz using the link in the show notes, and you'll get 3 vouchers, each worth 35% back. Use each one to purchase a separate $10 gift card on GrubHub through the Fluz app and load all three gift cards into your GrubHub account. Easy! Even better, the gift cards code as dining purchases so you'll earn extra points if you use a credit card that gives bonus points for dining. Download the Fluz app using the link in the show notes. Thank you to Fluz for partnering with this episode of the Geobreeze Travel Podcast! Download the Fluz app at: https://joinfluz.app.link/GEOBREEZETRAVELPODCAST Sign up for Bilt at: https://www.biltrewards.com/waitlist Use the code "GEOBREEZEXBILT" (all caps) to jump the waitlist You can find Richard at: https://www.instagram.com/kerrpoints You can find Julia at: Website: https://www.geobreezetravel.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geobreezetravel Credit card links: https://www.geobreezetravel.com/cards Masterclasses: https://www.geobreezetravel.com/hangouts Patreon to access recordings of masterclasses: https://www.patreon.com/geobreezetravel Award travel coaching call: https://www.geobreezetravel.com/calendly Sign up for the newsletter and get exclusive access to sign up for free coaching calls: https://www.geobreezetravel.com/free-coaching Geobreeze Travel is part of an affiliate sales network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites, such as MileValue.com. This compensation may impact how and where links appear on this site. This site does not include all financial companies or all available financial offers. Terms apply to American Express benefits and offers. Enrollment may be required for select American Express benefits and offers. Visit americanexpress.com to learn more.
Jamil catches up with QuHarrison Terry to learn more about all things NFT related QuHarrison Terry is a growth marketer at Mark Cuban Companies, a Dallas, Texas venture capital firm, where he advises and assists portfolio companies with their marketing strategies and objectives.Previously, he led marketing at Redox, focusing on lead acquisition, new user experience, events, and content marketing. In 2015, he co-founded 23VIVI the world's first digital art marketplace powered by the blockchain. In 2021, he sold an NFT of the Worldstar Hip-Hop Chain for 121 ETH on Opensea.QuHarrison has been featured on CNN, Huffington Post, Xconomy, Cointelegraph, MobiHealth News, MedCity News, and many others.As a speaker and moderator QuHarrison has presented at CES, SXSW, TEDx, Marquette University, and the Open Data Science Conference.QuHarrison is a 4x recipient of Linkedin's top voices in Technology award. Jamil Hasan is a crypto and blockchain focused podcast host at the Irish Tech News and spearheads our weekend content “The Crypto Corner” where he interviews founders, entrepreneurs and global thought leaders. Prior to his endeavors into the crypto-verse in July 2017, Jamil built an impressive career as a data, operations, financial, technology and business analyst and manager in Corporate America, including twelve years at American International Group and its related companies. Since entering the crypto universe, Jamil has been an advisor, entrepreneur, investor and author. His books “Blockchain Ethics: A Bridge to Abundance” (2018) and “Re-Generation X” (2020) not only discuss the benefits of blockchain technology, but also capture Jamil's experience on how he has transitioned from being a loyal yet downsized former corporate employee to a self sovereign individual. With over sixty podcasts under his belt since he joined our team in February 2021, and with four years of experience both managing his own crypto portfolio and providing crypto guidance and counsel to select clients, Jamil continues to seek opportunities to help others navigate this still nascent industry. Jamil's primary focus outside of podcast hosting is helping former corporate employees gain the necessary skills and vision to build their own crypto portfolios and create wealth for the long-term.
We discuss SXSW announcing their music lineup, Billie Eilish selling perfume, when you're Halloween costume went terribly wrong, and why Jason is freaking out about the World Series of Poker. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
COVID numbers remain in low Stage 3 range as statewide hospitalizations recede to pre-surge levels - 36 new cases have been traced back to the ACL Festival. AISD prepares to help vaccinate kids with approval for 5-12 expected early next month. Del Valle High is put on hold after a student pulls a BB gun in the cafeteria. Lt. Governor Dan Patrick wants a fourth special session of the Texas Legislature, but the Governor demurs for now. Austin's real estate market enters a "calming trend", while prices remind at record highs - renters are also experiencing very high rates. Austin FC loses to San Jose 4-0, and returns home to face Houston on Sunday. Franklin BBQ announces the re-opening of their dining room in late November. David Chang's Fuku chicken sandwich chain makes its Austin debut today. SXSW '22 releases its first artist list. And the Old Settler's Music Festival kicks off tomorrow, in person for the first time since 2019, at Tilmon, Texas.
Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur and national bestselling author who has helped millions of Christians around the world connect the gospel to their work through his podcast, devotionals, and books Called to Create and Master of One. He also serves as the executive chairman of Threshold 360, a venture-backed tech start-up that has built the world's largest library of 360-degree virtual experiences of hotels, restaurants, and attractions. A highly sought-after speaker on the topic of faith and work, he has spoken at Harvard University, SXSW, and many other events around the world. Jordan has been selected as a Google fellow twice, and he served in the White House under President George W. Bush. A sixth-generation Floridian, he lives in Tampa with his wife and their three daughters. Jordan's New Book "Redeeming Your Time" Here: Connect with JordanFollow The Story Box on Social Media► INSTAGRAM ► TWITTER ► FACEBOOK ► WEBSITE SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! ► Apple Podcast ► Spotify WATCH HERE:► YouTube If you enjoyed this episode please subscribe to YouTube & Apple Podcasts, and leave a 5-star positive rating and review over on Apple Podcasts. Share it around with your friends and family.Support The Show Here:Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thestorybox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Erica Keswin is a workplace strategist who has worked for the past twenty years with some of the most iconic brands in the world as a consultant, speaker, author, and professional dot-connector. Her bestselling book, Bring Your Human to Work: Ten Sure-Fire Ways to Design a Workplace That's Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World, was published by McGraw-Hill in the fall of 2018. Her second book, Rituals Roadmap: The Human Way to Transform Everyday Routines Into Workplace Magic (McGraw-Hill), was published in January 2021 and made the Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly and USA Today bestseller lists. Erica's work and insights can be seen in various media outlets, including Harvard Business Review, NY Post, Forbes, Huffington Post, O Magazine, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Mogul, Conscious Company, Quartz, and Fast Company. Recent keynotes, workshops, and webinars (virtual and IRL) include the American Red Cross, SXSW, TIAA, IBM, New York Times, Hightower Associates, AllianceBernstein, Standard Industries, Banfield Pet Hospital, and Radio Flyer. Erica was named one of Marshall Goldsmith's Top 100 Coaches in 2020, as well as one of Business Insider's most innovative coaches of 2020. Please enjoy! Please visit https://nishantgarg.me/podcasts for more info. Follow Nishant: Friday Newsletter: https://garnishant-91f4a.gr8.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nishant-garg-b7a20339/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nishant82638150 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NishantMindfulnessMatters/
Today is very exciting because we got to talk to Natalie Metzger and I'm so happy that she was willing to talk to us because I don't think it's going to be easy to get her on the phone in the near future. Natalie and her friends are living the filmmaker's dream and if you want to know how you could replicate that for yourself you should listen to what she has to say. Her films have premiered at top festivals around the world including Sundance, Cannes, Berlin, SXSW, Tribeca, and Locarno. She is now the VP of Production & Development at Vanishing Angle, making several films a year now while running commercial and marketing companies at the same time. Like many others, I saw the Thunder Road short about six years ago, then followed along to watch their team fight to get the Thunder Road feature made, which has been talked about by Jim Cummings and there's great coverage and articles about that which can be found with a simple google search, but today we're going to talk about Natalie because I think she's a powerhouse behind the scenes making a lot of this exciting stuff happen. She's awesome, soak up some wisdom, and please enjoy this episode with Natalie Metzger. Natalie's website - https://www.nataliemetz.com/Natalie's instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nataliemetzger/Natalie's Twitter - https://twitter.com/metzartVanishing Angle - https://vanishingangle.com/Thunder Road Sundance Case Study - https://www.sundance.org/case-studies/creative-distribution/thunder-roadThe Beta Test Wefunder Page - https://wefunder.com/thebetatestIf you have any ideas for future episodes or who you'd like to hear from next, please DM us or leave us a comment on Instagram or facebook and we'll try to make it happen. If you want a shoutout in a future episode please leave us a written review on Apple Podcasts. Brought to you by CRY https://filmcry.com/Intro mixed by Micheal Hartman - firstname.lastname@example.org
On today's episode, Jordan Raynor, entrepreneur, thought-leader and author is on the podcast talking about making our lives count in this strange race against time in our lives. Some really fresh insights here on how to stretch limits that have been set for you... or you've accidentally believed you had About Jordan Jordan Raynor is a serial entrepreneur and national bestselling author who helps Christians do their most exceptional work for the glory of God and the good of others. Through his books (Called to Create and Master of One), podcast, and weekly devotionals, Jordan has helped millions of Christians in every single country connect the gospel to their work. In addition to producing this content, Jordan serves as the Executive Chairman of Threshold 360, a venture-backed tech startup that has built the world's largest library of 360° experiences of hotels, restaurants, and attractions. Jordan previously served as CEO of the company, following a string of successful ventures of his own. Jordan has twice been selected as a Google Fellow and served in The White House under President George W. Bush. A highly sought-after public speaker on the topic of faith and work, Jordan has spoken at Harvard University, SXSW, and many other high-profile events around the world. What are you uniquely designed to do? What's holding you back from pursuing that one thing? Connect with Jordan Twitter Website New Book: Redeeming Your Time: 7 Biblical Principles for Being Purposeful, Present, and Wildly Productive Master of One Level your leadership this fall Schedule your FREE breakthrough coaching session Invest in your leadership by joining free Right Side Up Community Receive weekly leadership tweaks with Tuesday Tuneup
Like other universities across the nation, the University of South Carolina needed more land in the 1960s to keep up with skyrocketing student enrollment brought on by the Baby Boom. In a previous episode, we talked about the campus migration that created the east campus in the University Hill neighborhood. This episode explores the underpinnings of the campus expansion into Ward One and Wheeler Hill, which were largely obliterated by the 'urban renewal' efforts that acquired more land for the university.
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