Editor in Chief Jeff Dufour recaps the year with House correspondent Casey Wooten on how January 6th shaped this Congress and how Democrats feel about their expectations this year. Then, Hotliners Matt Holt, Kirk A. Bado and Mary Frances McGowan look back at their favorite stories of the year, what's the bellwether race to pay attention to, and what they're looking forward to next year.
Second part of the podcast that aired last week. Jeff Wooten and Barry Crisp don't pull any punches when hanging out with the guys. Although these retired cops didn't rate a bourbon on this episode rest assured bourbon was consumed. Fact or fiction, either way the guys carry on about the general public, crime and that dog, Sunshine. Pop you cork, pour your passion, and enjoy the ride. Support the show (https://paypal.me/bourbonandbadges?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Returning guests, retirees Barry Crisp and Jeff Wooten hang out in studio 77 with the guys. While drinking Gentry Whiskey, the four talk about Trump, bourbon news, old nails, shark fishing, Wooten's famous ocean cruise , and a dog named Sunshine, or maybe pancake. On a more serious note, the Jeff Greene bridge dedication in Union County NC. Find your quiet place, kick back with your pour of the day and enjoy this fun packed podcast, and as always enjoy the ride. Support the show (https://paypal.me/bourbonandbadges?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
On today's episode we talk with Shehara L. Wooten, an author, speaker, financial life-planner strategist, and the founder of Your Story Financial, LLC, a virtual fee-only fiduciary boutique firm committed to helping women and #STEM professionals move from unsure to confident about their financial decisions. She has over seventeen years' experience in the financial services industry and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, helping individuals and families improve their financial position and craft their amazing financial success story regardless of their age or amount of assets. You can find Shehara and all of her resources at https://www.yourstoryfinancial.com/links.html Please share, listen and subscribe and if you have a minute to give us a rating and review in Apple Podcasts, it helps others find our content too! Feel free to reach out to us at with thoughts, comments, feedback and questions - we want to keep this platform as engaging as possible so stay connected with us! Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Muslim Women and Finance Facebook Group Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muslimwomenandfinance/ Wellness Surge Affiliate Link: https://shop.wellnesssurge.com/?ref=cscaj2262r Disclaimer: Information in this podcast is for informational purposes only and does not substitute advice from a lawyer, accountant, tax or investment professional. We do not guarantee any results from the content discussed in our episodes. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of our own and do not necessarily reflect the official position or ruling of any agency, organization, employer or company that we may be affiliated with. For rulings of Islamic nature, please seek out a trusted Islamic leader in your community. The content included in the following episode is copyrighted protected and cannot be used by third parties without prior written authorization from the Muslim Women and Finance team. A message from our sponsor ShariaPortfolio: ShariaPortfolio offers professionally managed portfolio solutions for Muslims, to help achieve their financial goals while conforming to their personal values. Information regarding our management fee structure is disclosed under “Portfolio Management Fee” in Item 5, “Fees & Compensation” on our Form ADV. Please review for any additional information. Investing in securities involves risks, and there is always the potential of losing money when you invest in securities. Before investing, consider your investment objectives and Savior's charges and expenses. For more details, see our Form ADV Part 2 and other disclosures. Past performance does not guarantee future results, and the likelihood of investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature. Not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities in jurisdictions where Savior is not registered. ShariaPortfolio also manages one private fund, SP Fund RE, LLC, a Florida limited liability company (the “Fund”), that qualifies for the exclusion from the definition of investment company under section 3(c)(1) of the Investment Company Act of 1940. As of August 21, 2019, the Interests in the Fund are generally being offered to “Accredited Investors” as that term is defined by Rule 501 of Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act. However, the Fund is permitted to admit no more than 35 non-accredited investors as Investors and, at the discretion of the Manager, the Fund will admit such investors provided they are able to make the minimum investment. This is neither an offer to sell or buy securities. For a description of the business, operations, you should obtain and carefully read our Form ADV and any related prospectus material related to a Fund or offering before making any investment. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/muslimwomenandfinance/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/muslimwomenandfinance/support
Jamye Wooten is the founder of CLLCTIVLY, an organization that's building an ecosystem of grants and resources to nourish Black-led organizations that want to improve Baltimore.To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Mentioned in this episode:CLLCTIVLYSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, or listen on my website, follow on Instagram (where I am most active), like on Facebook, or email email@example.com!★ Support this podcast ★
Supporting the future leaders of L&D is an important task for us all. The new young minds entering our field are unhindered by the past. They forge new trails in the training departments of businesses around the world. Unafraid of new technologies they experiment and innovate. They are curious and want to make corporate training better than it's been.Kavindya and LaTarshia will share their Learning Leaders experience with us and answer your questions. We're looking forward to learning more from and continuing to engage the new members of the IDIODC community. We hope their might 28 other 30U30 honorees in the chat as well.Become virtual friends with the IDIODC gang on Twitter. Remember you can always stay in the loop by searching through the #IDIODC tag:Brent: @BSchlenkerChris: @Chris_V_WIDIODC: @TeamIDIODC Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions. Want to join us live? Follow us on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow
What do The Garage Squad, a 1974 Bronco and Pastor Rich Wooten have in common? You're gonna love this story of restoration and rebuilding. Don't miss a moment. Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org Facebook - Latin American Ministry Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
It takes 5 to 7 impressions for people to remember a brand. 73% of consumers love a brand because of helpful customer service. Presenting a brand consistently across all platforms can increase revenue by up to 23%. ... 89% of shoppers stay loyal to brands that share their values. According to SmallBizGenius.com. Tyra Wooten is a brand strategist and the founder of Let Tyra Brand You. She joined me this week to dish on effective brand marketing and to discuss how to maximize your marketing value as a business. For more information: https://www.lettyrabrandyou.com/ Facebook: @LetTyraBrandYouAgency Instagram: @lettyrabrandyou Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What would be your response to seeing a woman walked on a leash? Garrett and Scott explore this question in the weekly TRILLOQUY as it applies to the backlash surrounding a popular reggaetón artist and a real-life trip to a hardware store! Garrett chats with composer Ozie Cargile about the importance of self-confidence, "The Creation of the Universe", and life in Los Angeles. Scott honors the music of Elijah Daniel Smith, and the guys return to the conversation of "difficult" and "challenging" music, and how new music advocates can promote it. Playlist: Louis Prima - "Sing Sing Sing" Victor Wooten - "You Can't Hold No Groove" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg4hrXgTvsI) Elijah Daniel Smith - "Perihelion" Maurice Ravel - Piano Concerto in G (perf. Yuja Wang: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iFbM_08H7U) Elijah Daniel Smith - "Come, Clarity" Drake - "Shot For Me" Drake - "Shot For Me" (perf. The Theorist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1wfMuS5G6A) Ozie Cargile - "Creation of the Universe" Diana Ross - "Believe In Yourself" (from 'The Wiz') Gioachino Rossini - Bassoon Concerto More: Ozie Cargile: https://oziecargile.com Downbeat (Jay-Z Accepts Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5wjjj-6oOs Thomas Wilkins Brings Coleridge-Taylor, Ellington and Wooten to the Boston Symphony: https://www.bso.org/events/coleridge-taylor-wooten-ellington Elijah Daniel Smith Featured with Chicago Symphony: https://blockclubchicago.org/2021/11/01/composer-elijah-daniel-smith-comes-home-for-chicago-symphony-orchestra-premiere-a-dream-come-true/ "Spare us the skintight sonata": https://thecritic.co.uk/issues/november-2021/spare-us-the-skintight-sonata/?fbclid=IwAR0rCgpkL7j_BEBlWqmFT5e2YQH5iPMVcsKLuFjPnOv8S3U72Q5zz_gjuMA J Balvin apologizes after music video depicted him walking Black women on leashes: https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/10/28/j-balvin-perra-controversy/ Alec Baldwin Shooting Incident: https://nypost.com/2021/10/30/alec-baldwin-breaks-silence-on-fatal-shooting-of-halyna-hutchins-on-rust-set/
On today's Locked On Auburn, Zac Blackerby is joined by Auburn football's Chandler Wooten. The guys discuss the big win over Ole Miss, looking ahead to Texas A&M, and Bryan Harsin's 1-0 mentality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“As a kid, I lived in a place where as a young Black man, you had only two choices: become a predator or become prey.”This is a quote from today's guest - Clarence Wooten – serial tech entrepreneur, investor and entrepreneur in residence at X, Google's Moonshot factory.Clarence grew up in a tough area in Baltimore which instilled in him a level of grit that ked him on to a hugely successful career in the tech industry. In this interview, we go back in time to what it was like growing up in that environment as well as how he got into tech and the ups and downs of his entrepreneurial journey.From starting Envision Designs, whilst studying architecture as an undergraduate followed by that got acquired. Clarence then co-founded and was CEO of ImageCafe.com – regarded as the Internet's first online superstore of customizable websites templates, it was acquired for $23 million by Network Solutions in November 1999, just seven months after it launched.Clarence was also founder and CEO and Chairman of Progress.ly - an enterprise SaaS platform that made it easier for enterprises to turn business processes into visual, repeatable, workflows in the cloud. Progress.ly was acquired by Box in June 2018 He also founded Groupsite.com in 2006, a self-serve SaaS platform for building private, branded communities of interest.These are just some of his accomplishments. Clarence is also an investor and does a lot of work to encourage and empower more underrepresented founders in tech.Clarence is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and has degrees in Business Management and Computer-Aided Design for Architecture and Engineering. He is also the only African-American to have founded and led two startups to successful acquisitions by publicly traded companies with the sale of ImageCafe to Network Solutions and Progress.ly to Box. This is an incredible episode with an amazing entrepreneur and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. -----Let us know what you think of this episode and please rate, review and share - it means the world to me and helps others to find it too.Clarence on Twitter @clarencewootenDanielle on Twitter @daniellenewnham and Instagram @daniellenewnham-----Mentioned in this episode:Pitch BlckJim McKelvey interview Clarence's EIR at Google X appointment announcement -----This episode was hosted by me - Danielle Newnham, a recovering founder, author and writer who has been interviewing tech founders and innovators for ten years - and produced by Jolin Cheng.
Finally, retired Detective Jeff Wooten joins the guys in the studio. Jeff shares stories from the job; his officer involved shooting, kilo of cocaine from Amtrak and so much more. All while sampling and rating Willett Bourbon. Thanks for listening and as always, enjoy the ride.
Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten previews the Ole Miss Rebels. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's October 26th. In October of 1857, the residents of Seneca Village, a community mostly comprised of formerly enslaved African-Americans, were forcibly removed in order to make room for the construction of Manhattan's Central Park. Jody, NIki, and Kellie are joined by musician Bobby Wooten to discuss the forgotten history of Seneca Village, the use of eminent domain, and how to go beyond signs and placards in terms of repairing the damage done to the residents. Bobby is the bassist in David Byrne's broadway show “American Utopia” and also produced a history series on Instagram called “America Learn Your History.” This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro, Executive Producer at Radiotopia
Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten talks about the Auburn football bye week and what the team is working on and how they use the off week. He also talks about the Tigers prepping for Ole Miss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#76 - Today we are talking about marriage. Marriage is still a goal for most people. But, I often think that it is entered into with a “happily ever after” mentality; that it will be automatically blissful forever.But like everything organic, it is a growing, morphing, changing entity just like the people who are in it. It changes because of those growing, morphing, changing people who are in it. So, in order to preserve it, you have to make it a priority. When you make it a priority and set the intention to keep it shiny while everything around it changes, you have lined yourself up for success. It is not hard to do, it is just a skill set that can be learned. We are not taught this because many don't about it themselves.It can be learned the hard way, through experience and hard knocks, but now, with the wonder of information at our fingertips, it is readily available for those who seek it. I am speaking with Eric Wooten, who is a couples counselor, and together with his wife Jill, is the founder of Altared Marriage which aims to help couples nurture their bond and thrive in their marriage. I hope this podcast comes at the right time for you. I hope it gives you a direction if you are at a crossroads. And as always, I hope it gives you the impetus to learn more, and be better than you were yesterday.Show notes for this episode can be found at:howtolife.com/076
Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten joins Locked On Auburn for his weekly visit. He talks about Auburn football getting ready for Arkansas, what went wrong against Georgia, and some transfers that are standing out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode continues to tell the story of The Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe in Galveston via its new owners Joel and Angela Mora, and local songwriter Gabe Wooten. Joel and Angela bought the venue in January 2017 with the intention of continuing its legacy. We get into how they came to own it, how they run it with an artist first model, keeping it the way it is, and its importance to the community. Parts of my conversation with Wrecks from the previous day are in this episode as well. Gabe Wooten is walked in while we were talking and added some nice color to the conversation. We had this chat backstage at The Old Quarter before my show and, as is seems to go around there, the conversation turns into some weird places like hurricanes and ghost stories. All of my socials are at @tonykamelmusic Extra content on Patreon! Record out NOW on all outlets - LISTEN HERE tonykamelmusic.com
Sandra Wooten joins the show to talk about her son, Chandler, and his journey back to football, why Bryan Harsin is the right man for the job and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's Locked On Auburn, Zac Blackerby is joined by Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten. The guys talk about the Auburn football win at LSU and what to expect against Georgia this weekend. Wooten also shares some cool insight on Bo Nix. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Bass Cast radio local angler Thomas Wooten gives a look back at the biggest win of his life at the Toyota series win on the Potomac river. Plus we get a look into his future.
On today's special Locked On Auburn, Zac Blackerby is joined by Auburn Football linebacker Chandler Wooten for his new weekly segment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Dr. Khyle Wooten, a native of Philadelphia, PA, who is the Assistant Professor of Music Education and Associate Director of Choral Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He authentically brings his lived experiences and unique life in music as an educator, conductor, researcher, and composer to the table as a researcher and educator. In this episode, Dr. Wooten takes us on a journey exploring his incredible research areas, including his latest project, And Still They Rise: Exploring and Advocating for Choral Music of Black Women Composers. You'll walk away from this one knowing: What is Afrofuturism and Womanist Ethic in Music Education? How can exploring Black Women Composers elevate our classrooms and Choir rooms? What are Dr. Wooten's hopes for the profession in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion?Learn more about TCA: https://www.truechangealliance.org/ Let us know what you think! Connect with your host, Dr. Emily Williams Burch at EmilyBurch.org/contact or join the conversation on Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters. **Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff
This week on The Pet Buzz, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Elissa Weimer-Sentner of Paw & Order Dog Training about common mistakes puppy owners make and Dr. Wooten of Pumpkin Care about how pet owners are not financially and unrealistically prepared for unexpected and emergency veterinary visits. Reed and Fleck talk about how the Smithsonian Zoo lions and the tiger at the have Covid but officials have yet to determine the source of the human transmission.
Cuff and Mo sit down with Tyra Wooten to discuss her new branding company, Let Trya Brand You. The Charlotte native explains how she got her start in the business and what potential clients can expect to receive from her agency when they work with her. The guys really get into the type of person Tyra is and what has allowed her to employ a staff of 8 just 90 days after starting her business. Things wrap up with a look towards the future for Tyra and what her plan is to balance business with her personal life. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-cuffee4/message
Rich and Shellie Wooten pastor Life Church in Salt Lake City, Utah. They will inspire you with their testimony of loving people into the Kingdom of God. They are living and preaching Jesus to all those who will listen. Get your notebook handy - you're gonna need it. For more information about them and their church find it here: https://www.lifechurchutah.com Contact Us@ LatinAmericanMinistry.org Facebook - Latin American Ministry Email: email@example.com or, firstname.lastname@example.org
On this week's episode we talk with CEO, Kassy Alia Ray and Community Outreach Coordinator, Jenny Wooten McGill of Serve and Connect. We learn how Kassy turned an immense personal loss into a mission to combat divisiveness through compassion and community partnerships. Resources/Links/Websites:https://serveandconnect.net/Guest Bio: Kassy Alia Ray is the founder and CEO of Serve & Connect. Under her leadership, the organization has grown from a simple hashtag campaign to a valiant movement dedicated to creating positive change.A clinical-community psychologist by training and graduate of the University of South Carolina, Kassy has been the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, including the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition's Hero of the Year; Columbia Business Monthly's Top 35 under 35; The State Newspaper's Top 20 Under 40; the Post and Courier's Golden Pen Award; the Central Carolina Community Foundation's Individual Philanthropist of the Year; Columbia's Best Local Hero Award; and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Citizen of the Year. She speaks regularly to service providers, law enforcement agencies, organizations, and corporations across the U.S. on topics related to collaboration, grief, empathy, and reimagining police and community relationships.Kassy married Mitch Ray in 2018. They welcomed a son, and Sal welcomed a little brother, Silas in Dec. 2020.Jenny Wooten McGill has more than 15 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, public agencies and private companies. She is thrilled to work with Serve & Connect to manage community outreach opportunities and excited to be a part of an organization that does so much good work in the community. Jenny has a great love for all people and a passion for helping and connecting with others.Jenny has extensive experience in program development, project management, leadership, grant writing, governance and communications. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor's degree in political science.In her career, Jenny has worked directly with several state and federal agencies including the State Treasurer's Office, the South Carolina Attorney General's Office and the South Carolina Lieutenant Governor's Office and USDA Rural Development.
Marketing for small businesses in 2020 and 2021 has required a completely different playbook than in the past. Tyra Wooten breaks down how she has helped her customers continue to build their brands through the pandemic and moving forward.
The Sports Rabbi welcomed a cast of guests to discuss some of the new hoops signings across the Israeli League. First up was Caroline Darney from Streaking The Lawn as we broke down Virginia product London Perrantes who recently signed with Hapoel Gilboa Galil. Next was Davey Chadwick from William & Mary Sports Blog to talk about Bnei Herzliya's new big man Andy van Vliet who was followed by Arden Cravalho who came on board to discuss Nes Ziona's Kenny Wooten. Finally, Jerry Tipton from the Lexington Herald Leader came on the show to discuss Sacha Killeya-Jones who signed with Hapoel Gilboa Galil while Dave Clark from The Enquirer Cincinnati.com also joined the program to give us the lowdown on Hapoel Jerusalem's guard Sean Kilpatrick.Subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.
Joseph Wooten, keyboardist, writer, arranger, producer, educator, motivational speaker, and author, is a 3-time Grammy Award nominated artist, and since 1993 is the keyboardist/vocalist for The Steve Miller Band. Joseph is the 2nd youngest of the 5 Wooten Brothers, all musicians: 5-time Grammy Award Winning bassist, Victor Wooten; 5-time Grammy Award Winner and drummer/inventor Roy "Futureman” Wooten; guitarist Elijah "Regi" Wooten aka "The Teacha," and the late saxophonist Rudy Wooten. In the 80s the brothers recorded the album entitled "The Wootens" for Arista Records. Joseph's undeniable groove landed him the position of band leader, musical director, and keyboardist for Kashif. During that time with Arista Records, Joseph sang back ground vocals for Whitney Houston's "Call Me Tonight" which was Grammy nominated for Instrumental of the Year. Joseph contributed numerous compositions on Victor's Grammy nominated CD, "Yin Yang.” Joseph is now the keyboard player/vocalist for the legendary Steve Miller Band. He also serves as keyboardist to his brother Victor Wooten, and fronts his own band, Joseph Wooten & The Hands of Soul. Joseph is also a member of Freedom Sings, organized by the First Amendment Center in Washington D.C., presenting a multi-media experience celebrating The First Amendment and free expression. In 2017, he published his book, “It All Matters: What I Believe, Words That I Live By.” When he is not traveling from city to city, Joseph can often be found speaking to students in middle school, high school, and college, about character development, self esteem, self respect, and personal growth using his own life experiences as examples. He also had the privilege to do a TEDx Talk in Memphis, Tennessee called "Why It All Matters." I Matter! You Matter! is a non-profit organization founded by Joseph Wooten and his wife, Stephanie, with the goal of creating positive change through speaking to and working with young people of all ages, giving scholarships to deserving young people, providing aid and support to the homeless and Veterans. Visit imatteryoumatter.com for more information. josephwooten.com facebook.com/jwootensoul instagram.com/jwootensoul twitter.com/jwootensoul youtube.com/handsofsoul @thecareermusician @nomadsplace
“Shelter medicine is a lot of surgery. Which is also why I was like, yeah, I could definitely do shelter medicine, because, it's everything. It's just like the melting pot of the vet med field I feel like.”Our guest today is Dr. Rachael Wooten. After graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Tuskegee University, Dr. Wooten pursued a shelter medicine internship at the University of Illinois. From here, she's worked at several different types of shelters and shares what she loves and learns from all those experiences. It's a great conversation and we cannot wait to share her journey with you!Remember we want to hear from you! Please be sure to subscribe to our feed on Apple Podcasts and leave us a ratings and review. You can also contact us at MVLPodcast@avma.org You can also follow us on Social Media @AVMAVets #MyVetLife #MVLPodcast
This week we're speaking with Kiki Wooten, breast cancer fighter and advocate with Know Your Lemons. Kiki is the sweetest, most genuine human and I'm so happy she was able to share her story with us! She was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Stage 2A on October 1st, 2019, ironically the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Kiki talks us through how she first felt her tumor, finding out the news by herself, telling her husband, and then preparing for what was to come and explaining that to her 5 year old daughter. She also explains how she prepared for her bilateral mastectomy and different complications she experienced with the tissue expanders throughout chemo. Kiki had to go through several surgeries during Covid and also talks about not being able to see her family during that time. Kiki is passionate about teaching others to listen to their bodies and to be aware of the signs of potential breast cancer. You can truly feel Kiki's sweet, compassionate personality through this interview and I know she will help so many other women and men experiencing breast cancer through sharing her story and becoming an advocate with Know Your Lemons. Thank you Kiki! You can find her Facebook at Kiki Nicole, and follow her on Instagram @viper_foxx. Check out Know Your Lemons at knowyourlemons.com. Follow and keep up with our guests on Facebook and Instagram @canceractuallysuckspodcast
Bobby Wooten III is a Grammy & Emmy-nominated, Tony Award-winning composer/producer/instrumentalist raised in Chicago, IL. He credits his family's gospel Wooten Choral Ensemble as his main influence & inspiration. Bobby has performed and/or recorded with David Byrne, Jennifer Lopez, Mac Miller, Jennifer Hudson, Rick Ross, among others. Composition and Production credits include Empire TV series, Google, Adidas, Lebron James, Machine Gun Kelly, Jake Troth, ESPN, among others. Broadway credits include, Moulin Rouge! & David Byrne's American Utopia. Bobby is an instructor at NYU's Clive Davis Institute In 2020, Bobby launched the internet series "America, Learn Your History". In 2 minute episodes, he retells history as seen through a minorites lens. Revisiting stories that have been misunderstood, misled, or lied upon in American education. @americalearnyourhistory @bobbywooten3
This week's episode of Inside Appalachia is all about how we interact with water and our rivers. We'll hear from people who make their living on the water -- like Marvin L. Wooten, a longtime river boat captain. He started working in the riverboat industry in 1979. “I got two job offers the same day, and I took this job,” Wooten said. “My dad always said the river will always be there. So that's what I've chosen to make my living at.”
Today on the Mentorship Quest we have a quote coming at you from Grammy award-winning bassist, and Joseph McClendon III's very own musical mentor, Victor L. Wooten. He says, “Never lose the groove in order to find a note.” In this episode we discuss how chasing perfection can kill momentum and the merits of going with the groove instead!
Royel 'Futureman' Wooten is a musician, inventor and composer.He is best known as a member of jazz and bluegrass quartet Béla Fleck and the Flecktones. His primary instrument is the SynthAxeDrumitar, a guitar synthesizer he has customized to play drum and percussion sounds, but he also sometimes plays a standard drum kit and other conventional percussion. Roy is also a five time Grammy Award winning musician. He has composed original music for ballet, several large symphonic works, and a soundtrack for a screenplay celebrating the extraordinary life a musical Chevalier called the Black Mozart.FB - FutureManOfficialIG - royfuturemanwootenHost - Trey Mitchelltreymitchellphotography IG and FBfeeding_the_senses_unsensored on IG and FBFor Sponsorship Information or Questions - email@example.comTheme Song - Damien HorneTake It From Me @damienhorne
John teach ambitious entrepreneurs how to break into web design, escape their 9-5, achieve financial independence, and gain the freedom to work whenever and wherever they want. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Now more than ever is the best time because almost everyone that wants to start a business needs a website. 2. One of the biggest secrets to a freelance web designer is having customer service and communication skills. 3. If you're considering a career change and want to be creative, the web design industry can provide you with a reliable monthly recurring revenue. Get 20% off Break Into Web and also receive our Advanced Courses and swag pack - BreakIntoWeb Sponsors: HubSpot: Listen, learn, and grow with the HubSpot Podcast Network at HubSpot.com/podcastnetwork! BrandCrowd: Take control of your business's branding with BrandCrowd. Get 55% off your logo at BrandCrowd.com/fire!
We discuss Primitive Skate’s What the P-Rod?, Pop Skateboards Promo, Jake Wooten's "Santa Cruz" Part, Becker Dunn's 'Aftertime' Part and much more! Also, we’re picking 3 winners for the nice big Darkroom Skateboards package!!!!! This week’s raffle is a FA World Entertainment package that includes 2 Gino Iannucci boards, a hat, an umbrella and some stickers!