Join host Ned Buskirk in conversation with Jonah Welch - transgender mystic & devotional artist who studies the ways that gender non-conformity intersects with the occult - while they talk about transness' inherent proximity to death, gender dysphoria as a "change or die” messenger, & how trans beings bear death on their bodies, the inherent risk involved in pursuing their freedom. More from Jonah Welch: https://www.jonahwelch.com/ Support Jonah's work via Venmo @jonahwelchFind Jonah on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonahwelch/ Jonah suggests supporting GWORLS - a Black, trans-led collective that curates parties to fundraise money to help Black transgender people pay for their rent, gender-affirming surgeries, smaller co-pays for medicines/doctor's visits, & travel assistance: https://www.forthegworls.party/home Produced by Nick JainaSoundscaping by Nick Jaina“Jonah Landscape” Recordings by Jonah Welch/Soundscaping by Nick Jaina”YG2D Podcast Theme Song” Produced by Scott Ferreter & eO w/vocals by Jordan Edelheit, Morgan Bolender, Chelsea Coleman & Ned BuskirkTHIS PODCAST IS MADE POSSIBLEBECAUSE OF LISTENERS LIKE YOU.Become a podcast patron now at https://www.patreon.com/YG2D.And find out more at www.yg2d.com
Human Design: Entdecke deine individuellen Entwicklungspotenziale Laura Milde, bekannt als die "wilde Milde" - wild entschlossen für den Lebenserfolg "ihrer Menschen". 20 Jahre Heilpraktiker-Praxis und 20 Jahre Coaching-Praxis - sowie Autorin von 8 Büchern - da steckt eine Menge an Lebenserfahrung und -Weisheit drin. Als Human Design-Analytikern und -Coach nutzt Laura eine moderne, höchst exakte Persönlichkeits- und Talente-Analyse, die individuelle Entwicklungspotentiale aufzeigt. Was Human Design ist und aus welchen Elementen es besteht Human Design besteht aus ehrwürdigen Weisheitslehren, wie dem i Ging, der Kabbala, der Chakren-Lehre, sowie moderner Wissenschaft, wie Quanten-Physik, Bio-Chemie und Genetik. Durch Human Design kann man die eigene Körperweisheit erkennen und der eigenen Wahrnehmung (wieder) vertrauen lernen. Human Design: Wobei es dich unterstützen kann Das Human Design System hilft zu erkennen, dass ein erfolgreiches, erfülltes Leben weniger eine Frage von Anstrengung, harter Arbeit und dem Vermeiden von Fehlern ist, sondern durch auslesen der eigenen Genetik endlich der Weg glasklar wird, der Dich in Zufriedenheit, Frieden, Erfolg und Selbstliebe führt. Das, was wir unseren Haustieren zugestehen (artgerechte Haltung) ;-) sollten wir auch für uns selbst in Anspruch nehmen. Es ist gefühlt wie Tag und Nacht, wenn man beginnt, zu de-konditionieren, wie das im Human Design genannt wird und man zu seiner ureigensten, unverwechselbaren Genialität findet. Wir Menschen sind komplex und Human Design ist es auch. Deshalb ist es ein Prozess, der mit dem Auslesen der eigenen genetischen Anlagen beginnt und kann nicht einfach aus Büchern gelernt werden. Der Verstand ist darauf konditioniert, durch Input von Fakten unser Leben zu kontrollieren. Welch ein kosmischer Witz das ist, wird durch Readings klar, wie das Auslesen der individuellen Parameter genannt wird. PS.: der grösste Benefit ist jedoch, sich selbst zu kennen, zu lieben und zu achten - und endlich (!) für sich selbst einzustehen - egal was andere dazu sagen - wie das gelingt? frag einfach die Laura ;-) Dein größter Fehler als Unternehmer?: Statt auf mich selbst, auf die "guten Ratschläge" anderer zu hören... mich im Marketing "zu verkaufen" - statt einfach echt, authentisch, ich selbst zu sein. Deine Lieblings-Internet-Ressource?: Dropbox Mein wichtigstes Tool ist Zoom, da ich alle Sitzungen, Readings, Coachings via Video-Konferenz abhalte. Und ohne Dropbox wäre ich auch verloren ;-) Deine beste Buchempfehlung: Buchtitel 1: Buchtitel 2: Kontaktdaten des Interviewpartners: https://www.wildemilde.com firstname.lastname@example.org whatsApp +4917696365385 Goodie: Body Graph per email anfragen (kostenlos) +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mehr Freiheit, mehr Geld und mehr Spaß mit DEINEM eigenen Podcast. Erfahre jetzt, warum es auch für Dich Sinn macht, Deinen eigenen Podcast zu starten. Jetzt hier zum kostenlosen Podcast-Workshop anmelden: http://Podcastkurs.com +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ So fing alles an. Hier geht´s zur allerersten Episode von TomsTalkTime.com - DER Erfolgspodcast. Und ja, der Qualitätsunterschied sollte zu hören sein. Aber hey, dass war 2012... :) 001 – Willst Du mehr Erfolg im Leben? Erfolg kann man lernen. Jeder. Im Erfolgspodcast TomsTalkTime von Tom Kaules lernst Du in inspirierenden Interviews und einzelnen Storys die Strategien von erfolgreichen Unternehmern und Prominenten. Du lernst in Experten-Interviews wie erfolgreiche Menschen erfolgreich geworden sind und warum sie erfolgreich bleiben. Wie sie den richtigem Umgang mit Erfolg und auch den Umgang mit Niederlagen gelernt haben. Das richtige Mindset ist wichtig, um richtig viel Geld zu verdienen, glückliche Beziehungen führen, mit sich selbst im Einklang zu sein und dadurch Beruf und Familie bestens miteinander vereinbaren zu können. Einschalten. Zuhören. Sich motivieren und Inspirieren. Lernen. Tun. Erfolg haben.
Auf der Eulen-Safari wird so manch große Beute gerissen. Und wir können euch folgende Fänge präsentieren. Sassi - die alte Influencerin - hat den Totalausfall von Facebook und Co. nur schwer beschadet überstanden und gibt uns zusammen mit Whistleblowerin Frances Haugen Einblicke in die fiesen Machenschaften der Social-Media-Monopole. Pierre hält sich KURZ (hahaha) und nimmt sich den nicht mehr amtierenden Präsidenten Österreichs zu Brust. Aufgrund von Umfragebetrug und Korruptionsverdacht ist nämlich Sebastian Kurz aus eben jenem Amt aus freien Stücken zurückgetreten. Welch ein Vorbild! In "Sassys kleine Bücherstunde" haben wir es mit einem Idioten zu tun, der sich mit seinem Fürstentitel und zwei Frauen rumschlagen muss, die ihn beide heiraten möchten. Ähm ja, was ein Idiot!?? Vielen Dank fürs Reinhören und habt ganz viel Spaß! Eure Eulen
Richard Welch is running for the U.S. House of Representative in the 38th District in Texas. The district is new this year after redistricting was complete. Welch talks about his reasons for running for office in the interview. “I am a Constitutional Conservative who is dedicated to running on Energy [...]
This week, we look into the future of decarbonizing transportation with two great writers featured in National Geographic's October cover story on the issue. First, Craig Welch talks about his piece “The Future of Driving is here - and it's Electric” that examines the car industry and how quickly the electric vehicle market is developing all around the world. Second, Sam Howe Verhovek joined the show to discuss his article "How Green Can We Make Air Travel? And How Soon?" Sam outlines the problems the airline industry is facing as it tries to decarbonize and the future technologies that might hold the key. Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at email@example.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group.
We are so glad to continue our third season with this incredible conversation with Daniel Welch of Ideodyssey, New Classical Artist Management (NCAM) and the Opera Biz Podcast. Daniel is a multi-passionate mover and shaker in the opera industry, who is looking to marry modern marketing techniques to the opera biz! He shares his story...
This kick off season 3 episode features a dramatic conversion story. Bryan Welch was part of the mainstream metal band, KORN that sold over 40 million albums. Brian's personal storms included bullying, drug addiction and loss of a marriage, but let's find out what changed when he met Jesus. Don't forget to subscribe now so you never miss a 'Weathering the Storm' episode!
The rural Oklahoma home of Kathy and Danny Freeman went up in flames in the frigid early morning hours of December 30, 1999. Kathy and Danny's bodies were found inside, both killed by gunshots to their heads. Their 16-year-old daughter, Ashley, and her best friend, Lauria Bible, who had been there for a sleepover, had disappeared from their beds. Years of searching for the two girls came up empty. The search extended into Mexico and Canada, but rumors in the small community pointed to local lowlifes as the killers and kidnappers. Join us at the quiet end for Gone in the Night. The Freemans should have felt safe in their humble country home, but the formally beautiful landscape of Welch, Oklahoma, was immersed in drug culture and the local police were appallingly ineffective, demonstrating shocking levels of negligence and corruption.
My guest this week is Gabriel Welch (@omeka_one): painter, storyteller and graffiti writer. We talk about his story growing up and realizing he was an artist, writing and making the art for graphic novels, going sober in the context of festivals and we go off on the complexity of social media for a bit there near the end. If you're not already familiar with Gabriel's work, go check him out! https://www.omeka1.com *ANNOUNCEMENTS* If you like what you're hearing, and want to know how to support the podcast you can head on over to the Patreon! There you'll find out how to keep this artistic, conversational spacecraft fueled! Thanks to all my current supporters! Speaking of supporters, if you're currently subscribed, you can take advantage of a special discount on limited edition prints of my newest painting 'Central Drift'. The discount codes are on the Patreon page. Please check out clips from recent episodes on YouTube! Full video is available to patrons but there are some shorter gems from some of your favorite artists on there as well. SHOUTS! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artsyaf/support
On today's episode Logan talks to Payton Welch who is the Chief Revenue Officer for Evans and Welch. Payton manages several sales teams and shares his insights on what makes his teams so successful! Schedule a call with us today! https://contractorgrowthnetwork.com/contact-us/?utm_campaign=Conversions%20from%20podcast&utm_source=Podcast On this episode Logan and Chris talk about how to handle rejection in sales Welcome to Contractor Growth Network. CGN is your #1 source for marketing and sales tips, marketing advice, and sales tactics for contractors. We understand that running a contractor business is tough, Contractor Growth Network is here to help you grow your business in 2021. LINKS: Schedule a Call with Our Specialists https://contractorgrowthnetwork.com/contact-us/?utm_campaign=Conversions%20from%20podcast&utm_source=Podcast Website - contractorgrowthnetwork.com Join our Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/commonsensecontracting Instagram - instagram.com/contractorgrowthnetwork1
In this episode we will be covering the disappearances of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman, two 16 year old girls who disappeared in Welch, Oklahoma on December 30, 1999 after Ashley's family trailer went up in flames with the bodies of her mother and father inside. https://tulsaworld.com/news/local/investigator-outlines-bloody-details-provided-by-convict-in-welch-girls-case/article_5f7b5f06-0357-11eb-8473-332fa0c034a5.html https://www.oxygen.com/crime-news/promising-search-underway-for-lauria-bible-and-ashley-freemanhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/04/26/the-disappearance-of-two-oklahoma-teens-stumped-police-for-18-years-then-they-learned-about-the-polaroids/https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Lauria_Bible_and_Ashley_Freemanhttps://www.fox23.com/news/local/missing-welch-girls-man-convicted-girls-disappearance-be-sentenced-monday/UO3LTTBCP5FOVNAUIASSIU6BNA/Hell in the Heartland: What Happened to Ashley and Lauria on HBOMAX
Mindful.org is dedicated to a very specific goal--sharing the gifts of mindfulness through content, training, courses, and directories— and helping people enjoy better health, foster more caring relationships, and cultivate a more compassionate society. Because of that core focus, Mindful has been able to develop deep expertise about how people want to engage in mindfulness--expertise which has provided a launching pad for a range of additional offerings, including a very successful corporate training business, which has become a larger source of revenue than the subscription itself. In other words, their niche focus has allowed them to be more impactful, while generating multiple revenue streams to support their mission. In this conversation with Mindful.org CEO Bryan Welch, we’ll discuss how you can build multiple revenue streams around a strong vertical with a small number of passionate members. This conversation was recorded as part of the D2C (Direct to Consumer) Summit that I coproduced with FIPP, the Global Media Association, so you’ll hear a couple of references to the conference. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Subscription Stories Community today: robbiekellmanbaxter.com Twitter Facebook
On this episode of The Worst W/ Chad Austin, Chad is Joined by Comedian and Roast Battler Nasty Nate Welch. Nate and Chad talk about southern hospitality, Nates bi-weekly show Comic Wars, Chads first hosting gig, Kanyes new album plus Nates hot take on Yeezus himself, Horny Snakes, Tesla Robots, Simpsons pranks, and Nates worsts.Follow Nate on Social@NastyNateBruh
Forty years ago this week, 36 people from a campaign group called Women for Life on Earth marched from Cardiff to the Greenham Common RAF base in Newbury in Berkshire to protest against the British government allowing US nuclear missiles on British soil. They stayed there for almost 20 years. Last week another group set-out from Cardiff to follow the route of the original protesters. We speak to Rebecca Mordan and Sue Say live from their walk. For the last few weeks on Woman's Hour, we've been following the desperate efforts of those trying to flee Afghanistan. As the government sets out details of what it is calling ‘Operation Warm Welcome' - its scheme to resettle recently arrived Afghan refugees- we hear from Louise Calvey of Refugee Action, on what is currently being done currently, and what we can do to help. Sarah Rainsford - BBC Moscow correspondent, has been living in and reporting on Russia for over two decades. On the 10th August, she was told that she was being barred indefinitely 'for the protection of the security of Russia' - and allowed into the country for the sole purpose of packing up her life and leaving. But why her? And what chance, if any, does she now have of returning? She joins Emma to discuss. Rebecca Welch has become the first female referee to be added to the English Football League's national group list for men's football. She became the first woman to officiate an EFL match in April when she took charge of Harrogate's 2-0 League Two defeat to Port Vale, but said it was never her plan to officiate, only playing football for fun. She speaks to Emma live. Presented by Emma Barnett Produced by Frankie Tobi
Part two of our series on early season elk tactics continues with a brilliant hunter and elk caller, Les Welch. Les has been hunting since he was three. Growing up in Northern Wisconsin, he chased small game, whitetails, and bear with archery, rifle, and muzzleloader. Around 2006, Les decided that he wanted to hunt elk and antelope out west. He put in 2 years of research before embarking on a life long obsession with elk hunting. Year after year, Les has been wildly successful at archery hunting big bulls on public lands. Today, Les and I talk elk hunting strategies that you can implement right now, as we roll into September. Good luck out there. Les Welch on Instagram
Are you a practice owner who is struggling to understand the finances of your practice? Do you aspire to become an owner but want to implement change? Do you develop a practice culture that retains veterinarians and staff? In this episode, Dr. Fred Gingrich, AABP Executive Director, is joined by Dr. Lila Grallert, a 2018 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Grallert joined a practice after graduation that she describes as an “adventure” job. She became the owner of the practice but felt she was not prepared to manage a practice successfully. Dr. Grallert attended the USDA grant funded “Manage Your Rural Practice for Success” workshops in 2019 and 2021. We discuss what she learned in the workshops and how she implemented change. Dr. Grallert found the human resources management discussions very valuable as well as networking with peers who were young practice owners and many of them mothers. She explains how she utilizes the Excel template to track income and expenses and calculates billable hours by veterinarian and species. She uses this information to develop budgets, implement a value proposition to develop and charge for new services, and adjust the schedule to a 4-day work week for her veterinary team. Dr. Grallert says she wants to create a place where people want to work and utilizing the information she learned from the workshops helps her develop that business. She states that the veterinary profession is changing, and these young owners can make the changes so that rural practice works for their generation. The next series of workshops are being developed and the application is open. AABP will have workshops beginning in 2022. These workshops are open to veterinarians who are 10 or fewer years since graduation, have at least 10% of revenues form food animals, and are US citizens. Additional points are given to practice owners or aspiring practice owners and those who are working in USDA designated shortage areas. To learn more about the workshops and apply, visit this link. Any AABP member can take the practice valuation preconference seminar to be held October 6 in Salt Lake City at the 54th AABP Annual Conference. To register for the seminar, visit this link. A special thank you to the faculty who teach the workshops – Dr. David Welch, project manager, Mr. Dick Lewis, Dr. Richard Stup, and Mr. David McCormick. For questions about the workshops, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Welch at email@example.com
This week we bid farewell to our son (the Xenomorph) with Sarah Welch Larson, author of "Becoming Alien: The Beginning and End of Evil in Science Fiction's Most Idiosyncratic Film Franchise."This is a podcast about movies, and the scenes that make them special. Usually on our show, we explore a film we love, a new release, or ask our guests to bring a movie they can't wait to talk about. But this week, and throughout the summer, we're devoting our show to 20th Century Fox's Alien Franchise.Show notes: (all timestamps are approximate) Intro (00:00-01:19) Introducing Sarah Welch Larson (01:19-07:52) Exploring the Alien Franchise through a feminist theological lens (07:52-22:42) Good Science Fiction (22:42-27:14) Sexuality in Alien Resurrection (27:14-32:37) Sarah's Eye of the Franchise (32:37-38:45) Adam's Eye of the Franchise (38:45-44:48) Dom's Eye of the Franchise (44:48-50:56) Vs. Predator (50:56-54:04) Ranking the Aliens (54:04-56:01) Adam's Ranking (56:01-01:01:30) Sarah's Ranking (01:01:30-01:06:07) Dom's Ranking (01:06:07-01:12:44) Goodnight Sweet Prince (01:12:44-01:21:48) Outro (01:21:48-01:24:09) Sarah's Work: Becoming Alien: The Beginning and End of Evil in Science Fiction's Most Idiosyncratic Film Franchise (Signed Paperback) Becoming Alien: The Beginning and End of Evil in Science Fiction's Most Idiosyncratic Film Franchise (from the Company) Women, Aliens, and Dangerous Things: Female Bodies in Alien 3 I Thought You Were Dead: Resurrecting the Alien Franchise as a Farce Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe!Find us online at:www.EyeOfTheDuckPod.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Letterboxd.Credits:Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.This episode was edited by AJ Fillari.Our theme song for Xenomorph Summer is lovingly ripped from Jerry Goldsmith's Alien score, with some elements from Elliot Goldenthal's soundtrack for Alien 3 sprinkled in. Our logo was designed by Francesca Volerich and was adapted from an illustration by Roisin Marsh.You can purchase Francesca's work at society6.com/francescavolerich.You can support Rosin's work at: https://t.co/X888U1R1vv?amp=1 and support them: https://ko-fi.com/alopexIf you'd like to advertise with us, or sponsor us, please email: Contact@EyeOfTheDuckPod.comAnd next time you watch a movie, remember to keep your eye on the duck.
On Monday, August 23, Jeffrey R Holland, an apostle of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, spoke to the faculty at Brigham Young University in a speech entitled “The Second Half of the Second Century” where Elder Holland expressed love for the University and emphasized the importance of aligning the teachings at BYU and those of the church. He addressed the topic of marriage as a union of a man and a woman, sexual orientation, and avoiding divisiveness instead of being a “house divided.” His talk stirred up a lot of controversy on social media among many members of our church. I too felt many emotions as I first read the talk, and then listened to it twice, all while observing many heated discussions online. And while I think much of the controversy online was stirred up by those who took certain lines out of Elder Holland's talk out of context and cut-and-pasted certain phrases that without the supporting and surrounding context were very different than the intended message, I also wanted to understand better why so many were expressing feelings of hurt, anger and sadness over this speech. I called my mom wanting her input, and she said she had just finished talking to her friend Melinda, whose experience as a life coach, desire to be “all in” the church, and a mother of two sons who are gay, was the kind of perspective we were both seeking. Immediately after talking to my mom, I reached out to Melinda to see if she could squeeze in an interview for my podcast to talk about this sensitive topic and she graciously agreed. Melinda Welch is a certified life coach, an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and a mother of five children. She also has two gay sons, a lesbian sister, many bi, gay and lesbian cousins and transgender friends. Melinda describes herself as “all-in with [her] family and the church.” She is married to her high school sweetheart Wayne (who currently serves as a singles ward bishop), and she says their “black-and-white thinking has been replaced with a sea of rainbows since two of their five kids have come out as gay.” I'm extremely grateful for the chance I had to talk to Melinda about this topic and for her advice and perspective. Melinda said to me before we started talking, “I don't know if I'm going to say what you want me to say.” And I told her that was exactly why I wanted her to come on the podcast, to offer exactly her thoughts and feelings whether they were similar or totally different than mine. So, although we had some differences in how we feel about or understand some of the complexities of this situation, I deeply respect, admire and appreciate Melinda and the advice she offered to me in this chat. I hope you feel uplifted and enlightened after listening to this episode and that it's as helpful for you as it was for me. Time Stamps: [01:17] - Let me tell you about Melinda Welch and how she came to be our guest today. [02:42] - Melinda recalls the first experience of dealing with her son coming out. [05:29] - Thinking about her children, Melinda focuses on embracing the journey as it comes while giving room for each individual to make personal decisions. [07:19] - I share with Melinda what I felt reading and listening to the talk. What is Melinda's take? [10:15] - Melinda points out the bigger question about this talk or any talk from a church that causes internal conflict at a crossroad. [12:15] - Melinda and I talk about being a believer and finding the balance between traditional church values and inclusion. [14:59] - What are the five reasons that keep Melinda grounded in her faith? [17:41] - How can we show love to the LGBTQ+ community while still being strong in our faith? [19:36] - Melinda talks about leaning towards compassion and curiosity to keep everyone in grace as we all navigate our personal perspectives. [21:44] - Melinda describes what curiosity looks like and sounds like when approached in a genuine way. [23:21] - Nobody has all the answers. What we do have is faith and agency. [25:02] - I state my organic thoughts on how exploring the space between church and personal preference can feel unsafe. [27:45] - Melinda emphasizes that everyone should be welcomed to church. [30:27] - Melinda shares her view on the relation between faith and private institutions, namely BYU. [32:05] - Melinda and I discuss releasing any judgement to focus more on our own accountability. [35:08] - How do we defend our faith? [37:16] - Questions and hard conversations are to develop ourselves, not opportunities to argue with one another. [39:29] - Melinda and I talk about the discussion having two sides of people who want to feel supported. [41:15] - Between the experiences of her children coming out, what advice does Melinda give to others in this situation? [43:04] - Melinda feels that the power of love will be the greatest grace in dealing with life. Supporting Resources: “The Second Half of the Second Century of Brigham Young University” Talk by Jeffrey R. Holland Melinda Welch Instagram @melindawelchcoaching
In this episode I talk to Austin Welch. His learning films have earned three Brandon Hall Awards and he's spoken about the emerging role of media and learning at the International Association of Food Protection, ATD, and TEDx. As a Kirkpatrick Certified Professional, Austin is always looking for ways to create emotionally intelligent training films that lead to measurable behavior change. Question Timestamps: 01:31 What are inductive learning experiences? 05:02 How do you overcome stakeholders that want to spoonfeed learners information (in case they miss the point)? 08:38 Why is video your favorite medium? 13:48 Why are endings the hardest part of crafting a good story? 18:51 Framework on how to get started on your first story in L&D? 24:46 How does emotion mix or influence learning? 37:28 Corporate Mythology? What? 44:00 The Clarify Session as a tool to discover the Mythos 46:35 Design Thinking and Storytelling? How do these things go together? 54:24 Divergent and Convergent thinking... strategies to think in more divergent ways. 1:00:55 To learn more about Austin's work at Sage Media. Connect with Austin on https://www.linkedin.com/in/austinwelch Or https://www.linkedin.com/company/sagemedia To learn more Interactive Storytelling: https://scenariosecrets.com/ To talk about joining my coaching program: https://calendly.com/elearningsecrets/45m-call ABOUT: Anna Sabramowicz is an instructional designer and coach. She fell into the profession after losing her last year of university funding to be a chemistry and english teacher. She's worked and consulted in both academia and corporate environments for over a decade. Stakeholders include adidas, Thomas & Betts, Sony, Michelin, Rubbermaid, Emerson, VIHA, RRC, Queen's University, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Save the Children, Norwegian Refugee Council, and the Tanzanian Government. She runs a coaching program with her partner, Ryan Martin. It helps Instructional Designers unleash their creative superpowers and develop immersive learning experiences with Storyline 360, using her Narrative Scenario Dynamics framework. Anna developed Broken Co-Worker - an immersive anti-harassment elearning experience which was awarded an Articulate Guru Award, she earned the League of Innovation award through Apprenticeship Manitoba for first Online Electrical Carpentry elearning Program. She's also earned a Best in Show and Audience Award at the eACH Toronto for creating a Code Orange Emergency learning experience for Vancouver Island Health Authority. You can find Anna on LinkedIn or on watch her instructional videos on YouTube
Today on Too Opinionated we visit with musician turned actress Savannah Welch! Savannah Welch who is turning heads as Barbara Gordon on the third season of Titans is also known for her work in Transcendents, Boyhood and the Tree of Life. Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe) Check out the website: Meisterkhan.com
Ladies and gentlemen, lest your eyes deceive you this is an episode about what the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has deemed the best movie of 1941, How Green Was My Valley, a movie directed by the great John Ford that beat Citizen Kane, a movie that fucks. Do you like coal? Do you like people trying to do Welch accents except for one dickhead whose last name rhymes with pigeon? Then boy do we have a flick for you. It's Two Boys in a Balcony and we're singing Welch mating tunes galore in this one. Also we got our first sponsor! Jeff Dunham Hot Sauce! Get yours today at www.secure.jeffdunham.com
Dr. Rosanne Welch is a writer and university professor of Humanities in the (IGE) Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; and screenwriting for two MFA in Screenwriting programs (Cal State, Fullerton and Stephens College). Her current books include Why The Monkees Matter: Teenagers, Television and American Pop Culture (McFarland Publishing, 2017) and Women in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection (ABC-CLIO, 2017), which she co-edited with her CalPoly Pomona colleague and officemate, Dr. Peg Lamphier. In her previous life, Welch was a television writer/producer with credits that include Beverly Hills 90210, Picket Fences and Touched by an Angel and ABC NEWS/Nightline. Welch serves as Book Reviews editor for Journal of Screenwriting and on the Editorial Advisory Board for Written By magazine, the magazine of the Writers Guild.In this episode, Leslie and Rosanne discuss 10 things Hollywood writers must know. For example, how to write what you emotionally know, how to work in a writer's room, the do's and don'ts of pitching, when to use a pitch deck and when it's a horrible idea and much more.
Bryan Welch is the CEO of Mindful Communications—a media and training company—and Mindful Magazine. He has spoken at major events such as the American Magazine Conference, Outdoor Retailer, the B Corporations Champion's Retreat, Conscious Capitalism's CEO Summit, the Green Business Conference, and Sustainable Brands. He ran Ogden Publications from 1996 to 2015, growing the publisher into a multi-media company with nine magazine titles. Bryan has served on the boards of several corporations, including the International Center for Ethics in Business, the Kansas Land Trust, Social Venture Network, and other nonprofits. He is also the author of the award-winning 2011 book, Beautiful and Abundant: Building the World We Want. Bryan joins me today to discuss finding compassion. He shares how the world sees media companies and the differences in print and digital publications. Bryan reveals why new levels of compassion, understanding, and collaboration will be needed to solve the world's problems. He shares the details of his journey to build his empathy and compassion skills after experiencing tragedy and grief and the benefits he has found in meditation. He reveals our tendency to put all of our energy and focus on describing obstacles when we should be focusing on what we want the world to look like. Bryan also shares how certainty and decisiveness are a form of aggression as well as the value of being vulnerable and uncertain. "We are going to have to tackle our problems with collaboration, and the path to collaboration includes compassion." - Bryan Welch This week on Insert:Human How print media and digital media differ in reporting styles Why our social and environmental problems will not be solved without new levels of collaboration, understanding, and compassion Setting out on a journey to improve your capacity for empathy and compassion and the forces opposing them The benefits of visualization in achieving our goals and the components needed to create the world we wish to have How many of our thoughts arise from self-centered places and instigate emotions that are destructive to us and those around us Why certainty is a state of aggression and why you should practice uncertainty and be vulnerable Resources Mentioned: Book: Beautiful and Abundant: Building the World We Want by Bryan Welch Article: Healing in the Deep Ocean of Grief by Bryan Welch Connect with Bryan Welch: Mindful Magazine Life XT by Mindful Mindful Magazine on Instagram Mindful Magazine on Facebook Mindful Magazine on Twitter Bryan Welch on LinkedIn Insert:Human - For a Better Life & Better World Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Insert:Human. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more seekers and problem-solvers, like you. Join me on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin. For more exclusive content and to claim your free copy of the first chapter of my upcoming book, Technology is Dead, visit my website.
778It's WANGER!The non-sponsored #winereview for this episode is:Dama D RocaA 2016 Spanish Garnacha, according to Clay it pairs well with Dark Chocolate We talk aboutFrank SerpicoThe Rick and Morty GoTron episodeWhy we can't watch reality TV showsWe learn that Welch's has a patent on their grapes and they use the same grape for everything from jelly to wine. Can you make jelly out of the wine and put it on your english muffin?There are different kinds of wine - orange, apple, asparagus...We also learn that Corbel does make a champagne and it's one of the only "sparkling wine" makers not from the Champagne region of France that's allowed to call their "sparkling wine" a champagneHeather and Clay share their Russian River storiesWe talk about the River fire (since contained)The Golden Gate Bridge DocumentaryWe also talk about bugs and people and empathy and sympathy
The guys get to talk to the walking bucket Dom Welch of St. Bonaventure Men's Basketball. After coming off a A10 Championship, but an early departure by LSU in the NCAA Tournament, Dom had an amazing Junior season. The future is very bright for this young star both on and off the court! Major news happening around the NBA world, the Kings dominated the Celtics in the summer league championship game. What is everyones thoughts on what is happening in the NBA right now? The Red Sox once again take another loss, not to mention being swept and overtaken in the WildCard by none other than the New York Yankees. The Sox are falling and falling HARD. Maybe back to reality? The NFL Pre-Season Week 1 has wrapped up and there are MANY standout rookie QB's. One in particular NOBODY is talking about, which WILL have a major impact on their organization due to the starter being injured. Take-aways and predictions for Week 2 games are to come. As always drop your comments in the live chat for Dom as well as anything else you would like to discuss! Also! Follow us on TikTok: EraseTheChalk As always, don't forget to like comment and subscribe to us on all platforms! YouTube channel: Erase The Chalk IG: @EraseTheChalk FB: Erase The Chalk Podcast Twitter: EraseThe_Chalk Twitch: EraseTheChalk Also if you guys would like some FREE STICKERS! Send us a DM or email to email us: EraseTheChalkPod@Gmail.com
Today's guest on CPG is one of the most prolific CPG guests and, of course, one of my personal favorites, the always incredible Carlos Welch.And because I know Carlos is so great, today's show is a very special one indeed because the man has recently claimed some brand-spanking-new hardware:He scooped Event 8 in the 2021 WSOP Online poker series for $124k and claimed his first WSOP gold bracelet.If you're new to CPG or somehow missed the earlier episodes with Carlos (Which, if you did … you'll be serving yourself well by going back and checking them out after this), he's well-known in the world of poker for being the dude who plays and coaches poker professionally while living out of his Prius.The thing I respect and envy about Carlos is his fearlessness in living life on exactly his terms.In 2011 an Australian hospice care worker named Bronnie Ware published a book called “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying”.Number 1 on the list is, “I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me”.I can tell you with confidence that Carlos will not have that regret.And because I love you so much, I spent like 20 minutesdigging up this beautiful tweet from WaitButWhy.com founder Tim Urban:“If you went back in time before your birth you'd be terrified to do anything, because you'd know that even the smallest nudges to the present can have major impacts on the future.Applied to today, a reminder that how you live each day really does matter. It changes the future.”If you're not yet living a life that's true to yourself, today is an excellent day to get that ball rolling.Now in today's conversation with Carlos Welch, you're going to learn:The clever way Carlos structures his poker aspirations.All of his thoughts and feelings while reflecting on his WSOP score.The heart-melting plan Carlos has for spending his newly acquired prize money.And much, MUCH more!Before you dive in, today's episode with Carlos Welch is sponsored by me, Coach Brad Wilson.In 2020 I was teetering on the verge of pulling the plug on the CPG project. I worked 60 hour weeks and averaged about $6/hr.Before throwing in the towel, I decided to grit my teeth, face my largest inner fear, and throw every ounce of my being into creating the best poker courses I could. If they were awful, and you hated them, so be it… at least I could say I went down swinging.As it turned out, creating those courses upgraded my own poker game immensely, were so beloved by my Villagers I now have a list of 50 or so customers who instantly buy anything I offer, and are the reason why the Chasing Poker Greatness podcast is still going strong.So what makes my courses so different from everything else on the market?I sell plug and play, winning poker strategies in very specific spots that anyone of any skill level can memorize and use.So if you'd like to both support what I do at CPG while also massively upgrading your poker game, visit https://chasingpokergreatness.com/coursesThe spots covered at ChasingPokerGreatness.com/courses so far are:Preflop strategyCbetting vs. fish on the flop, turn, and river in single raised pots.And obliterating the poor souls who donkbet into you on the flop, turn, or river.More spots are coming soon and the offerings will always be updated at ChasingPokerGreatness.com/courses.So without any further ado I bring to you friend, coach, trailblazer, and now CHAMPION Carlos Welch!To learn more about the Free Nuffle promotion, visit: https://chasingpokergreatness.com/free-nuffle-promotionNew CPG Cash Game Courses!Preflop Bootcamp: https://bit.ly/Preflop-BootcampFish in a Barrel: http://bit.ly/fish-in-a-barrelNeutralize Flop Leads: https://bit.ly/2OkN8Yt
Will Welch is the global editorial director of GQ Magazine. We chat about Only Fans banning sexually explicit content, TJ's dog eating his memory card, Will's spatial audio headphones, Yeti cooler culture, creating robust ecosystems and communities, how things actually make it into a magazine, Johnny Knoxville allegories, how fan culture drives content more than we realize, keeping up with platforms, the teachings of Ram Dass, the GQ bar in Turkey, Chris banking on the return of office culture, what Will might be wearing to the Met Gala this year, and how all Will's thoughts, feelings, and actions, are an offering to God. https://twitter.com/willwelch https://twitter.com/donetodeath https://twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
ALL HEART MULTI-HYPHENATEActor/Musician Savannah Welch is known for her acting roles in the HBO Max series TITANS, Oscar nominated film BOYHOOD directed by Richard Linklater; TREE OF LIFE starring Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain; and a recurring guest starring role as ex-Marine Dawn on the History Channel's SIX…among a colorful portfolio of independent films, in which Welch often deep dives into characters informed by varying degrees of music.Growing up in Nashville, she was submerged in the southern culture of the country music industry, raised by her beautiful Okie folks who miraculously evolved into progressive hippies of the 80's variety. The landscape was a terrain of spiritual sculpture and creative inspiration with permission to follow it; yet, the level of talent and validity existing within this environment scripted intimidation that set a bar too high to start. Most influential were the musicians and songwriters including her acclaimed father, Kevin Welch, and prodigious older brother Dustin. Savannah decided that's what “they” did, and pursued a career in film production and acting…all the while, playing and writing songs when no one was looking. She co-wrote many songs that have been cut on other artists' records, including the title track on the Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis' Americana Music Awards album of the year nominated, Cheater's Game, I Had To Give That Up Too recorded by Sammy Kershaw, and is the recipient of several SESAC Awards. Eventually, performing caught up to her and she became one of the founding members of the Texas/Tennessee collaborative girl group, The Trishas.Savannah has always been passionate about parenting, long before she had her son. She trained to become a birth doula, and an accredited Attached At The Heart Parent educator in 2014.Connect with Savannah: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/savannahwelch/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/vanrosewelch Twitter - https://twitter.com/vanrosewelch Website - https://www.savannahwelch.com/ Follow The Story Box on Social MediaINSTAGRAM ► - https://www.instagram.com/thestoryboxpodcast/ TWITTER ► - https://twitter.com/jay_fantom FACEBOOK ► - https://www.facebook.com/thestoryboxpodcast WEBSITE ► - https://thestoryboxpodcast.com/SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE! Apple Podcast ► - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-story-box/id1486295252 Spotify ► - https://open.spotify.com/show/7h8Qv3r2ZV29f7ktJOwmgM?si=FXxYC1JFSHesBv7_d1WtNQ WATCH HERE:YouTube ► - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheStoryBox 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 this show http://supporter.acast.com/thestorybox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Heather and Shane have been bffs for years, and today we talked all about friendship, connection, and what it means to have pride for the life you're living and embracing who you were born to be.
“Customer journey”—the practice of understanding how someone reaches a buying decision—is a popular topic in sales, but what about literally mapping someone's physical journey in spaces like conference halls, showrooms, retail stores or even within a workplace? This episode, we're talking to the innovative co-owner and EVP of FastSensor, Kalon Welch. They use sensors to gather anonymous signals from mobile devices to understand how people move within a space and provide actionable data. How does this differ from beaconing or other monitoring systems? How did they pivot to provide real benefit during the pandemic? How do sensors help prove ROI for events? What does it mean for growing retail trends? It's the episode that includes an “Inception pirouette!” #VARValue – What should VARs be asking or looking for to suggest sensor-driven analytics as a solution? TEConnecting with us: Kalon - "True" AI Dean - Northrup to build homes in moon orbit John - Scary smart AI toys Talk to us! Twitter - @TEConnectPod Email - TEConnect@bluestarinc.com Sponsored by: Elo Return to Work Solutions Zebra Intelligent Cabinets
In Episode #76 of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon talks with Free Guy star Joe Keery on working with Ryan Reynolds, his ginormous hit series Stranger Things, and more! Then Kyle talks with Barbara Gordon herself, Savannah Welch about her tragic accident, her inspirational recovery, working on DC's Titans on HBO Max and more! Finally, Kyle talks with Awkwafina is Nora From Queens star Lori Tan Chinn about blazing a trail for Asian American actors, representation on screen, her role as Nora's hysterical grandmother and more!-----------Watch celebrity interviews at: https://www.facebook.com/realkylemcmahon/videosor Kyle McMahon YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/officialkylemcmahonRead the latest at http://www.PopCultureWeekly.comFollow Kyle on:Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kmacmusicFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/realkylemcmahonInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/kmacmusicYouTube: http://www.youtube.com/officialkylemcmahonWebsite: http://www.kylemcmahon.mePop Culture Weekly twitter: http://www.twitter.com/popculturepodca
Follow Us On All Our Social Media @GenZHoops! Text “Hoops” To (917)-451-7987 To Keep Up With Gen Z Hoops!! Zach Welch, Director Of Training For Sports Aptitude, Joins John Hartofilis On Gen Z Hoops To Discuss His Preparation For This Year's NBA Draft, The Importance Of Keeping Your Expectations Realistic, And Who He's Most Excited To Watch At NBA Summer League!!! (1:00) - Setting Up A Career In The Sports Industry As An Undergraduate At Cornell (5:18) - The Constant Rumors That Circulate About Trading Picks On Draft Night (7:28) - Keeping Expectations Realistic About The Potential For Every Pick (12:10) - Breaking Down Some Of Draft Night's Biggest Moves (14:18) - Unpacking The Draft Lottery's Most Unexpected Selections (16:10) - Understanding How Defense Is Evaluated As The Draft Progresses (18:50) - How The Best Passer In The Draft Slipped To #48 (21:15) - Realizing That Non-Basketball Information Can Have A Major Impact (23:38) - Must See Players From This Draft At NBA Summer League Thanks For Listening!! Keep Up With Zach! Apple Twitter LinkedIn
Restorative justice advocate Ruby Welch brings the perspective of a previously incarcerated person to policy. She's not a fan of how most people (even well-meaning people!) prioritize the needs of the recently released. Find out what it means to be really heard. On this week's Adorables Like These: Suri, the grumpy-faced kitty companion of Crooked intern Mari Cardenas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices