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This week, we interview Justin Warfield, musician and VP of artist services at Downwrite. Downwrite is a platform that connects fans with artists to set up commission projects. Our guest has some great advice on how indie creators can get into doing commissions for their fans — which can be a great revenue stream! You can find out more about our guest's work by visiting www.downwrite.com. Rate/review/subscribe to the Break the Business Podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play. Follow Ryan @ryankair and the Break the Business Podcast @thebtbpodcast. Like Break the Business on Facebook and tell a friend about the show. Visit www.ryankairalla.com to find out more about Ryan's entertainment, education, and business projects.
The latest episode of the Arrowhead Addict podcast is a loaded one with special guest Eric Warfield, longtime defensive back for the Kansas City Chiefs, joining us for an interview to detail his view of the current roster and to reflect on his career. In addition, Sterling Holmes and Matt Conner hand out their quarter-season awards for the Chiefs after one month of football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have you been dreaming about expanding your community or even just upgrading an area of your campus? Do you need the revenue and the financing to make it happen, but aren't sure where the funds will come from? Then we have three words for you: Blue Sky Selling. And while this concept may seem daunting for some, it doesn't have to be. There are predictable, reliable and formulaic techniques that have a track record of proven results when applied correctly. Joining us today to discuss this concept is Community Coach VP of Sales and Marketing Don Warfield, who is an outspoken advocate for Blue Sky utilization and an expert in the field. Also joining us is 3rdPlus founder Cynthia Thurlow, who provides some additional insight to the advantages of Blue Sky Selling and what it means to "Sell the Future." Together, Don and Cynthia outline the steps necessary to launch a successful Blue Sky Campaign in a fun, casual, and informative fashion. Cosmic Soup Links: https://www.3rdThirdmarketing.com/podcast https://www.culinarycoach.us https://cosmicsoup.podbean.com https://www.3rdThirdmarketing.com Follow us on social media! https://www.facebook.com/3rdThirdMarketing https://www.twitter.com/3rdThirdMktg https://instagram.com/3rdthirdmarketing https://www.linkedin.com/company/3rdthirdmarketing Email us! firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, I Heart Radio, Spotify, TuneIn Radio, Amazon Music, Pandora, and Podbean!
Jodi is having a conversation with Amanda Warfield on this episode of the Write.Publish.Market Podcast. While their conversation is directed at those writing a book, any entrepreneur will find key takeaways in this episode! They chat about how we all need some type of structure and how it doesn't have to be a rigid system but can be held loosely for each person to allow for creativity and freedom, while also ensuring all of your must-do tasks get completed. Amanda also dives into batching work and why that is so important for creatives and entrepreneurs a like. There are certain tasks everyone does that can be batched together to take less time and creativity overall. She goes on to explain that although every business and entrepreneur is different, everyone can work off this one statement: “focus on one thing at a time”. Head here to meet Amanda and grab the full transcript.
I sit down with Gayle Warfield and talk about her journey from UI/UX designer to creating the accessories brand Teal Teacup. She is the artist, the maker and the face of the enamel pin focused brand. We discuss how she's grown over the years, how the enamel pin community is so special, and how it's possible for a complex, multi-layered, single mom to start her own business and thrive doing what she loves.
9/6/21 Brad Porter and Sterling Holmes talk with former Chiefs CB Eric Warfield about the Chiefs season, matchups, and more. Plus, we get to hear a 7-year old Sterling on the radio talking about the planets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Lion of Princeton explicates one of the cardinal doctrines of our Christian faith.•••There is a solitary, humble, wooden structure on a windswept hill in rural New England. To open the door is to engage our minds, our hearts, and our imaginations. In this place, preachers and professors, past and present, come alive as they walk the aisle, ascend the pulpit stairs, and teach…from theology, from history, and from the Word of God. Welcome to the Saybrook Meetinghouse, an audio production of Saybrook Ministries.Saybrook's Vision:Inspiring and invigorating Christians with imaginative and intellectual content.Saybrook's Mission:To provide didactic and devotional content from the Christian faith delivered to the saints; recovered and refined by the Protestant Reformation.With God's blessing, our prayer is that Saybrook's content will be…(1) to Christians convinced of Reformation truths: Encouraging & Powerful(2) to Christians unconvinced of Reformation truths: Educational & Persuasive(3) to Non-Christians: Engaging & Prophetic
Warfield Moose Jr. is an Oglala Lakota teacher, spiritual leader, and cultural historian from Pine Ridge, South Dakota. He was raised in a traditional Lakota way by his parents, Warfield Sr. and Norma Moose, and his grandparents on both sides. Warfield's life philosophy evolved from his family who spoke only Lakota in the home and passed along the culture, teachings, and traditions of the relatives who went before them. Please enjoy Ryland's Conversation with Warfield Moose Jr.
If you're ready to explore more speaking opportunities, but you're just not sure how to fit it into your already busy schedule, this episode is for you. Time management coach and content batching extraordinaire, Amanda Warfield joins us to explain the benefits of batching content and creating consistency in your time and marketing efforts. Listen in as she describes how to determine if an opportunity is the right fit, explain the benefits of batching, then shares her own personal approach to batching a month's worth of content! For full show notes and episode links: https://thepublicspeakingstrategist.com/shownotes/155
Have you mastered time management? If you're not sure, ask yourself if you have set aside enough time to work on your own business (hint: you need more than you think). My guest today is Amanda Warfield, who is here today to talk about the realities and the struggles of time management as a service provider. Meet Amanda Amanda is a simplicity-focused time management & business strategist, and host of Chasing Simple - a podcast to help creative entrepreneurs uncomplicate their life and biz. She traded in her classroom lesson plans for speaking and educating creatives on sustainably enjoying work/life balance, and her clients and students have gained back time, energy, and mental clarity. Her mission is to help overwhelmed entrepreneurs take back their time and energy, so that they can stop trying to fit it all in, stop feeling guilty for spending time not being "productive" and stop feeling worn out and defeated at the end of each day. If her nose isn't in a book, you can find Amanda annoying her husband by slipping Disney into every conversation, or forcing her cats to snuggle. One of the biggest problems she sees is that service providers fill their schedules with clients so they can make the money they want, but then they neglect their own businesses. This means they aren't growing, and they're stressed out. A lot of times she hears people say that you should treat yourself as a client, but no matter what you do for your client, you are only doing one small part of their business. That is not enough time, and it leads to stress, overwhelm and burnout. Four Steps To Time Management 1. Write down every single task that you have to do as the CEO of your business. Brain dump everything and make sure you include the things you outsource. Do this seasonally, because with every new season of life you have to have a new schedule. Give yourself a week or so to work on it. “Whatever routines and schedules you create have an expiration date because when a new season of life comes along, they aren't going to work for you.” - Amanda Warfield 2. Group like with like. Take the whole list and start categorizing things. What tasks are similar enough to put you in the same brain space? The brain loves repetitive tasks, which puts you in a groove. 3. Pull out a blank schedule. Write down when you are available to work. Instead of asking how long a task will take, ask yourself how long you have to work on the task. . 4. Plot those categories into your schedule block. Are you working all day every day for your clients? How much time does it leave for you to work on your own business? Go back to your goals and realistically judge how many clients you need to have to meet your income goals. Compare it to your schedule and see if you need to raise your prices or reconfigure your packages in order to raise your prices. If you are spending more than 3 days a week working on client work, you aren't going to have enough time to work on your own business. One of the most common things that creeps up on us as entrepreneurs is marketing. We get overwhelmed with our podcast, blog, or youtube channel and experience burnout. If you can keep your client work to half of your work time, you will have time to work on the behind the scenes tasks. These are the things that will move the needle forward for you such as networking, administrative work, marketing, and visibility. “Clients bring in the income, but they aren't actually moving the needle forward in your business.” - Amanda Warfield Taking on too many clients and then burning ourselves out is a challenge. How have you been able to navigate this? Uses her 4 step system and decides when she can take on clients Got really clear on when she was setting aside time for clients, what her current packages looked like, and how many people she could take on Asked herself “Did that get me to my goal?” Do expectations meet reality? So many of us expect to grow our businesses a lot faster than realistically possible “Are your goals realistic, or are they just going to stress you out?” - Amanda Warfield What are your tips on serving clients who require communication every day? Know when you are most productive Utilize your energy and arrange work blocks to your advantage Set aside 30 minutes a day to deal with email (and make sure to set expectations with your client) “Give your best self to your own business.” - Amanda Warfield “No one is going to take care of your growth in your business but you.” - Natalie Gingrich Any additional thoughts? When are you most productive during the week? During the day? Match your most brain power consuming activities to your most productive times of the day/week Work according to your energy levels; you don't need to be a 5am person if you are more suited to working into the night Weekly Ops Activity Do the exercise that Amanda shared, and let us know in the Facebook group: how many clients does your schedule allow for? Previous Episodes Mentioned Episode 87: Planning Your Weekly Schedule Like a CEO Connect with Amanda: Instagram Other Ways to Connect with Me: Website Private Facebook Community Facebook Page Instagram This episode was first published at theopsauthority.com/podcast/107.
Today we meet Michael Warfield, Removal Technician, and courier for a greater Seattle care center. Check him out!
New #TeesMe podcast episode alert with Nash Warfield, the Destroyer of Diabolical College Debt Nash Warfield is a native of Plainfield, NJ. Nash attended Plainfield High School where he discovered his passion for public speaking as a member of the Debate team. Nash attended Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland on a full-academic scholarship where he graduated with honors. Nash was named valedictorian, #1 in his business school class. He would later receive a masters degree in Speech Communication from New York University (NYU), where he also graduated #1 in his class. As a professional motivational speaker and trainer for over 20 years, Nash has traveled the country teaching high school and college students the principles of academic and life success. His dynamic, high-energy presentations have reached nearly 1 million students. Nash is author of the 2019 Amazon #1 best selling book, Say YES to College…Say NO to College Debt: The Smart Family's Guide to Paying for College without Losing your Savings, Sanity, or Soul Nash is the CEO of the newly formed college consulting firm, Zero Debt College Planners, where he coaches parents on how to get into and pay for college with Zero Debt What you'll hear: - “No matter what you do, graduate from high school” - What should parents know about college? - Just get them into college and we'll figure out a way - Grades really give you access - In-state schools & the ROI (return on investment) - 25 years old, with 80K -100K of debt - Parent guilt and the Jones - The myth vs reality, do college names really matter? - Putting the pen to paper, your Book lies within - Access and exposure, the Tiger Woods effect - From Earl G Graves School of Business to Black Enterprise Golf and Tennis - Golf and 80 year old WWII Veterans - Is there a science in putting bunkers at 250 yards? - the blueprint for an epic sports weekend - the 4 hottest job fields & choosing a major - the adult job pivot, going back to school - Murphy's Law - Ending the Student loan crisis ************************* Things you should know: Website: https://zerodebtcollegeplanning.com/ Schedule a meeting: https://zerodebtcollegeplanning.com/apply/ The Book: https://www.amazon.com/Say-Yes-College-No-Debt/dp/1719976279 Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nashwarfield “Do not take out debt for your kid's education…the long term implications are much more painful than the short term opportunity” “the richest place in the world is the graveyard because in the graveyard you have books that were never written, music that was never written, plays … I didn't want to go to my grave with my music in me..,you got to sit down and get it done” ************************* Listen on Apple, Spotify, Google https://anchor.fm/TeesMe #TeesMe #podcast #storiesNeedToBeTold #untoldStories #DebtFree #zeroDebt #freeCollege #noDebt #ZeroDebtCollegePlanners #golf #NJ #morganstate #scholarships #HBCUalumni #blackEnterprise #blackGolfers #blackGolfMatters #2021 #IN18 #IN18Ways --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
7-9-21 The Zone talks to former Chiefs cornerback Eric Warfield and cohost of the Chief Concerns podcast on his career and post career life and more, plus Mick Shaffer joins the show to end the hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Day 1685 of our Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me.This is Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to Wisdom A Firm Faith – Daily WisdomWelcome to Wisdom-Trek with Gramps. Wisdom is the final frontier in gaining true knowledge. We are on a daily trek to create a legacy of wisdom, seek out discernment and insights, and boldly grow where few have chosen to grow before. Hello, my friend; this is Gramps. Thanks for coming along on today's trek as we increase Wisdom and Create a Living Legacy. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Proverbs%2016%3A16&version=NLT (Proverbs 16:16) How much better to get wisdom than gold, and sound judgment than silver! We are on Day 1685 of our Trek, and it's time to explore another nugget of wisdom, which includes an inspirational quote along with some wise words from Gramps for today's trek. If you apply the words you hear today, over time, it will help you become more healthy, wealthy, and wise as you continue your daily trek of life. So let's jump right in with today's nugget: Today's quote is from B. B. Warfield, and it is: A firm faith in the universal providence of God is the solution of all earthly troubles. A Firm Faith All of us have faith, at least to some degree. Even if you do not believe in a personal God who created us to be His imagers, you still have faith. Every time you sit down on a chair, you have faith that it will hold you. Every time you get into a car, you have faith that you will reach your destination. So the question we need to ask ourselves as Christ-followers: is our faith strong enough in the universal providence of God that we can cease to worry about that which we have no control over. If not, what can we do to strengthen our faith? We certainly won't have all of the answers, but that is where faith comes in. The writer of https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Hebrews+11%3A1-3&version=NLT (Hebrews 11:1-3) reminds us, Faith shows the reality of what we hope for; it is the evidence of things we cannot see. Through their faith, the people in days of old earned a good reputation. By faith we understand that the entire universe was formed at God's command, that what we now see did not come from anything that can be seen. If we have faith that God did create the entire universe, then why do we struggle and doubt that He will not provide for our daily needs? Instead, we need to depend on ourselves less and depend on God more. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+6%3A31-34&version=NLT (Matthew 6:31-34) “So don't worry about these things, saying, ‘What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear?' These things dominate the thoughts of unbelievers, but your heavenly Father already knows all your needs. Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need. “So don't worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today's trouble is enough for today. As you ponder this nugget of wisdom for yourself, please encourage your friends and family to join us and then come along tomorrow for another day of ‘Wisdom-Trek, Creating a Legacy.' If you would like to listen to any of our past 1684 treks or read the Wisdom Journal, they are available at Wisdom-Trek.com. I encourage you to subscribe to Wisdom-Trek on your favorite podcast player so that each day's trek will be downloaded automatically. If you have not done so, please consider giving us a five-star rating so that others will also join us in mining our nuggets of wisdom. Thank you so much for allowing me to be your guide, mentor, and, most of all, your friend as I serve you through this Wisdom-Trek podcast and journal. As we take this Trek together, let us always: Live Abundantly (Fully) Love Unconditionally Listen Intentionally Learn Continuously Lend to others Generously...
On this episode of the Beyond the Helmet we are joined by former 8 year cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, Eric Warfield.The price Eric paid to live the life of a pro athlete was steep. Warfield, who is comfortable speaking about his path, opens up about both the mental issues he had - like dealing with public criticism - and the physical issues he has that persist today. Of course, it was not all bad. Warfield covers winning multiple national championships in college at Nebraska, learning how to play corner (moving from safety) and many more lighter notes. Recently, Eric has been part of the ‘Chief Concerns' podcast where he and his co-hosts discuss KC Chiefs topics with a variety of special guests.Give Eric a follow on social media and check out his podcast. Lastly, be sure to give us a follow, check out subscribe + share this episode with someone who will enjoy it!Support the show (http://www.viqtorysports.com)
Sya Warfield is a mixed media artist based out of Los Angeles, CA. She paints as well as creates high quality photos and videos. Topics: Little Princess, Salvatore Garau, alla prima paintings, coolest statues, Batman Alley in Sao Paulo, Photo transfer. Couch Surfing, Nuero-plasticity.
Former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Eric Warfield joins the podcast to discuss his playing time in Kansas City and Nebraska. Eric also opens up about some of his off-the-field issues and shares what he has been up to since retirement.
Love the NFL? Like to listen to a good conversation? Tune in to superfan and host, Matt Johnson, alongside his team of Andrew Lenz, Brian Finch, Ryan Holt Bailey, Jack and David Talebkhah, Vince Mease, Edward Jessie, Nick Wojton and Jacob Miller, and their takes on the NFL in his football talk podcast, “The 2-pt Conversation” , featuring daily content Monday through Friday. Matt and Andrew explore what the Miami Dolphins might look like if Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield didn't defect to the World Football League in the middle of the 1970's. Could Miami have been the team of the 70's? Many questions Find us on the web and social media: BICBP-RADIO.com
105: The Nonprofit Leader’s Guide to Demystifying Donor Advised Funds (Catherine Warfield)SUMMARYWhile the knowledge required for successful nonprofit leadership is extensive, one area that can be challenging - and even intimidating - is legacy or planned giving. Complicating this subject are the various philanthropic vehicles many donors are using, especially the increasingly popular Donor Advised Fund. What are they? How do they work? How can your nonprofit better engage the donors who use them? These are exactly the questions Catherine Warfield and I discuss in episode #105 the Path, as she brings her expertise and practical insight to explain these important concepts. Catherine also provides great reminders about the partnership potential that is available at your local community foundation, and how you can better identify and utilize the resources you may not know exist.ABOUT CATHERINECatherine serves as Senior Vice President, Philanthropic Advancement at Foundation For The Carolinas, leading a team dedicated to business development and relationship management for the Foundation's three centers for giving: Center for Personal Philanthropy, Center for Nonprofit Sustainability and Center for Corporate Philanthropy. During her tenure at FFTC, most of her client work has been with individuals and families on current gifting strategies, legacy planning, and multi-generational family engagement and grantmaking. In addition to her management responsibilities, she maintains a portfolio of significant family and foundation relationships. Catherine has been with FFTC since late 2007 after previously working for RBC Bank in Charlotte in the Treasury Management and Mortgage departments. She is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill and obtained her CFP certification in 2013. Catherine previously served on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, the Board of Managers for the Childress Klein YMCA and the Board of Crisis Assistance Ministry.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESSteven Goldberg’s book Billions of Drops in Millions of BucketsSteven Covey’s book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleCheck out Catherine’s FFTC colleague Michael Marsicano in Episode #99Ready for a Mastermind? Check it out here
On this month's 32 Questions, we hear from the Sinn Féin senator Fintan Warfield. What clubs is he dying to return to? Who is his favourite non-Sinn Féin TD? Why don't Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael understand the legacy of referendum activism? Is he really going to open a new nail bar on South William Street, and more!
May 8. Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield. Warfield was one of the greatest American theologians of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. His education spanned two continents, and he could have chosen to teach and travel extensively across the US and throughout Europe, but he chose instead to remain close to home to care for his invalid wife. […] The post Benjamin B. Warfield, US, Theologian first appeared on 365 Christian Men.
Kristin Warfield is the VP of Partnerships at Churchill Downs Incorporated, home of the Kentucky Derby since 1875. During her twelve years at the historic racetrack, she has championed significant growth in the track’s partnership development and activation efforts. It includes new and expanded relations with Longines, the official timekeeper of the Kentucky Derby and title sponsor of the Kentucky Oaks; Woodford Reserve, the presenting sponsor of the Kentucky Derby; and MassMutual, among many other alliances. In this episode, Alan and Kristin begin with her trajectory to becoming the VP of Partnerships and why the Kentucky Derby is such a unique experience. Even though people come to the Derby for varied reasons, Kristin believes that “There’s a party for everyone,” and makes it her focus to partner with companies to give them the experience they seek. Alan and Kristin discuss the shifts Kristin had to make to work with partners and what makes a good partner in the first place. For anyone interested in horse racing, history, fashion, or the relationship between marketing and partnerships to amplify your brand, this episode is for you. In this episode, you’ll learn: What makes the Kentucky Derby such a unique experience How a digital shift can amplify customer engagement What makes a good partnership Using partnerships to connect with your customers Key Highlights: [01:41] Kristin’s backup career as Bingo the Clown [02:55] How Kristin “fell into sports” [05:05] Why the Kentucky Derby is a unique sport [08:34] How COVID impacted the Derby [11:13] Partner shifts to digital and virtual activations [15:07] Cross-collaborations with partners [16:50] The new Jackson Family Wines partnership [18:36] The perfect blend of wine and racing [22:01] What makes for a good partnership [27:44] Kristin’s advice to marketers identifying or negotiating partnership deals [29:11] An experience that defines Kristin, made her who she is today [30:40] Kristin’s advice for her younger self [31:05] Kristin’s recent impactful purchase [32:25] The brands, companies, and causes Kristin follows [33:50] What Kristin says is today’s biggest threat and opportunity for marketers Resources Mentioned: Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby Kristin Warfield NASCAR Woodford Reserve Vineyard Vines Jackson Family Wines Barbara Banke Kendall-Jackson La Crema Bill O’Connor Air Fryer Center for Women and Families in Louisville, KY (Domestic Violence) Subscribe to the podcast: Listen in iTunes (link: http://apple.co/2dbdAhV) Listen in Google Podcasts (link: http://bit.ly/2Rc2kVa) Listen in Spotify (Link: http://spoti.fi/2mCUGnC ) Connect with the Guest: Kristin Warfield Kristin Twitter Churchill Downs Churchill Downs Twitter Connect with Marketing Today and Alan Hart: http://twitter.com/abhart https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanhart http://twitter.com/themktgtoday https://www.facebook.com/themktgtoday/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/marketing-today-with-alan-hart/ Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/marketingtoday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After 20+ years of traveling as a Tour Manager and FOH Sound Engineer, Paul Dalen retired from touring in the ‘90s and worked for Bill Graham Presents in San Francisco as production manager at The Fillmore, The Warfield and a number of other bay area venues.In 2001, he moved to New York and spent the next 5 years at David Whitehead’s highly respected firm Maine Road Management. At the time of his departure, the music roster included David Bowie, David Byrne, Luna, Joe Henry, Beth Orton, Helmet, Dean and Britta, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Air, Jim White, Laura Cantrell and Joe Ely; and the producer roster featured Kevin Killen, Ryan Freeland, Tucker Martine and others.Paul returned to full time touring and festival production in 2012 and he remains enthusiastic about traveling the world utilizing his skills in Artist Management to great effect in his current roles as Tour Manager / Production Manager / FOH mixer.FESTIVALS (PRODUCTION MANAGER / STAGE MANAGER)Bonnaroo 2011–2015 (stage manager)Firefly Music Festival 2012–2015 (stage manager) 2018 (overnight head of production)Googamooga Festival 2012 (stage manager, main stage)Governors Ball NYC 2012–2014 + 2019 (stage manager)Life Is Beautiful 2018 (stage manager)Lockn' Festival 2014–2015 (stage manager, both stages)Outside Lands Festival 2011–2014 + 2017- 2018 (stage manager)Rock the Bells 2012 SF / LA / NYC (stage manager for Nas)TOURS (VARIOUSLY AS TM / PM / FOH)** 1970’SRobin Trower / 1979Styx / Paradise Theatre World Tour / 1979** 1980’SBarry White / 1988 Full strings, over 70 inputsChicago / 1989–1990David Sanborn / 1986–1994, 2001–2003Psychedelic Furs / 1986–1987** 1990’SAimee Mann / 1999–2001Barry Manilow / 1991–1995Fiona Apple / 1996–1998, 2007–2008, 2010Joe Henry / TM 1999–2016Chris Isaak / 1994–1997Lisa Stansfield / 1990–1992, Hong Kong 199710,000 Maniacs / 1992–1993** 2000’SChristopher Cross / 2001–2012Cowboy Junkies / 2007–2010** MORE RECENTLYAnimal Collective / 2012–2017Bonnie Raitt / 2014–2021Fiona Apple / 2007–2008, 2010Jim James / 2018 - 2019”Live From Here” NPR Radio Show 2019 - 2020Luna / 2001- 2018Marc Cohn / 2013–2015 + 2019My Morning Jacket / TM 2019 - 2021Nick Swardson / 2014Nickel Creek / 2020Punch Brothers / 2019 - 2020The Decemberists / 2020The Wallflowers /2012–2013The Jayhawks / 2010 / 2018 / 2019 / 2020ONE-OFFS AND MINI-TOURS, VARIOUSLY AS TM / PM / FOHJames Taylor (assistant TM) / Juana Molina / Rosanne Cash / Bruce Hornsby / Tune-Yards / Suzanne Vega / Al Jarreau / Ella Fitzgerald / NAS / Joan Baez / Calexico / Nick Lowe / Luther VandrossMember of Event Safety Alliance since 2014 Board Of Directors / JusticeAid.orghttps://www.reverse-thread.com/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9JCBNUCRNRVKY&source=url)
It is time to ditch the content creation overwhelm food blogger friends! In this episode we talk to simplicity focused, time management strategist Amanda Warfield where she gets real with solopreneurs just like you that are sick and tired of being in constant creation overload.Learn why we all tend to feel this overwhelm, what being in constant creation mode does to us, and ways to simplify content creation. We dive into content batching for food bloggers from recipe testing to blog writing and how you can figure out where you should focus first. Loren Blog: https://sweetrusticbakes.com/category/podcast/Instagram: https://instagram.com/mindoverbloghttps://instagram.com/sweetrusticbakesAmanda Warfield Website: https://amandawarfield.com/Podcast: Chasing SimpleInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrsamandawarfield/
A conversation with Christopher Marlin-Warfield, author, pastor, and nonprofit development and communications professional, about his book, Radical Charity: How Generosity Can Save the World (and the Church) Find more of Chris's great work at: Website: cmarlinwarfield.com/ Twitter: @cmarlinwarfield First Congregational Church, UCC, DeWitt
A conversation with Christopher Marlin-Warfield, author, pastor, and nonprofit development and communications professional, about his book, Radical Charity: How Generosity Can Save the World (and the Church) Find more of Chris's great work at: Website: cmarlinwarfield.com/ Twitter: @cmarlinwarfield First Congregational Church, UCC, DeWitt
Terry Warfield wears many hats. Has five kids, maintains a full-time job, and runs a successful camera gear and tech YouTube channel. In this episode, we sit down with Terry and try to figure out how he does it all so well!Watch the video of this podcast here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWFA-tfMZh0LINKSTerry YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGvcwEPKxOe_Tue_gwiK8BwTerry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terry_warfield/Terry Twitter: https://twitter.com/_terrywarfieldDave Maze YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/davemazeDave Instagram: https://geni.us/davemaze_igDave Twitter: https://geni.us/davemaze_twitter
NFL Vet and former Husker Blackshirt, Eric Warfield stops by and gives us insight to life on and off the field.
I interviewed Fine Artist Anna Warfield on my kNOW OR NEVER Podcast about Her journey and how she created her own style in the saturated Art World that sometimes starts to look the same! She also was the project coordinator/manager of the Black Lives Matter Mural in Binghamton, NY, Production Director for LUMA Projection Arts Festival, and so much more! Tune into this WONDERFUL conversation! http://www.annawarfield.com/
Amanda is a simplicity-focused time management & business strategist, and host of Chasing Simple - a podcast to help creative entrepreneurs uncomplicated their life and biz. Her mission is to help overwhelmed entrepreneurs take back their time and energy, so that they can stop trying to fit it all in, stop feeling guilty for spending time not being "productive" and stop feeling worn out and defeated at the end of each day. I love this so much! And I absolutely loved the conversation that Amanda and I had about intentional time management. I really appreciate her perspective on being intentional around how we spend our time and the different tools and strategies that we can implement. I know you will love this episode! Connect with Amanda Website: https://amandawarfield.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/mrsamandawarfield/ The Simplified & Balanced Sisterhood: https://amandawarfield.com/sisterhood/ Connect with Sarah Peace and Productivity Planner Facebook Group Instagram www.asimplybiglife.com
It is a little overdue but it is finally here: our latest call-in episode in which we take Heidelcalls from Arizona on choosing a college, on B. B. Warfield's eschatology (was he really postmillennial?), from Chicago on what must happen before Jesus . . . Continue reading →
Cedric Phillips unveils his Top 5 topics for Monday. October 26: 5. World Series G4 and G5 results and recap (1:37) 4. NFL Week 7 results and recap (11:23) 3. Zendikar Rising League Weekend results and recap (21:14) 2. WWE Hell in a Cell results and recap (29:27) 1. My thoughts on Ally Warfield having her League Weekend matches postponed due to surgery (38:08) Enjoy!