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Are you ready to make a place for exactly who you are in work and in the world? Through interviews with guests that offer fresh new perspectives and shorter solo episodes, host Marissa Burdett aims to examine belief systems, challenge expected ways of doing things, and learn to embrace how each of us is naturally wired.Whether you run a creative business, seek a fulfilling career as part of a team, or are still figuring it out, the Permission to Pivot Podcast is here to help you give yoursel ...
 
GSD Podcast is where we interview Top Real Estate Agents, Top Entrepreneurs, Top Fitness and Health Experts and people that DOMINATE their space! These are people that do not accept mediocrity, they have clarity on what they want in life and they take massive levels of action to create their dreams into a reality! They create epic lives!
 
How circular approaches make a better business (and a better world): for you, your partners, and your customers. Catherine Weetman, of Rethink Global will be chatting with those inspiring people who are making the circular economy happen: rethinking how we design, make and use everything. We’ll talk to entrepreneurs & business owners, social enterprises, and leading thinkers. We’ll find out how they are using circular principles to create value, increase resilience and reduce risk: to make a ...
 
Learn how to use digital transformation to differentiate, educate, build trust, improve competitive positioning, close sales faster without compromise, and scale revenue growth. Get step-by-step insights on how to build a media company for your niche that positions your brand and your team to win in today’s hypercompetitive marketplace. The primary audience is CEOs of U.S.-based B2B technology startups and scaleups that work in and around data centers, AI SaaS, and accounting and finance tec ...
 
Empathy Media Lab’s podcast explores questions around labor, political economy, art, and culture. Producer and host @EvanMatthewPapp explores unique topics in thematic channels that include Profiles of Producers in the Labor Radio Podcast Network, Policy Dialogues with the University Of Maryland School of Public Policy, and EML's Harmony of Interest with topical deep dives, interviews, and audio stories. The goal is to increase solidarity by universalizing the struggles of our human conditio ...
 
Scenic Roots offers conversations that matter in the heart of Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley. From the mountains to the river, our conversations are rooted deep within every corner of our community - reflecting who we are, who we were and who we can become.
 
The take control podcast is hosted by gastroenterologist specialist dietitian Kirsten Jackson and provides advice for people with irritable bowel syndrome. Each week you can expect to find an expert interview, IBS success story or tips and tricks from Kirsten. While the low FODMAP diet is covered, this is not the only solution for IBS management. Instead, the Take Control holistic method of targeting nutrition, sleep, movement and mental wellbeing will be presented in a format where the conc ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
The Band Director Blueprint, hosted by Taylor Smith and Eric Villalobos, will spotlight music educators from across the country on short helpful tips on building music programs, as well as long form interviews/discussions on topics presented by you the viewer. The goal of the podcast is to create authentic and insightful discussions on topics that directly relate and provide value to students currently in music education programs, credential students, first year teachers, veteran music educa ...
 
Jessica Houston is an award winning, Johns Hopkins-trained nutritionist, creator of EatClean30 and founder of Vitamin & Me. She is deconstructing the health space and bringing you access and clear guidance straight from the world's leading experts on strategies to increase healthspan, mental and physical wellbeing through a deeper understanding of nutrition, fitness and wellness. On this podcast, we take you behind the scenes with top global health leaders so you can learn what proper nutrit ...
 
This is Hear Me Out, the podcast where Winston Noel and Alden Ford, along with a special guest each episode, explore the songs we love, no matter what literally everyone else says. We are not music officials. We are not music critics or music snobs. We are unqualified on every level to provide any cogent analysis of why a song is good or bad. All we know is, there are songs we just can’t stop loving, even though the world passed its harsh judgment on them long ago. So every episode we sit do ...
 
Celebration Through Conversation! Phil sits down with a range of guests to discuss their hobbies, passions, careers and histories. The goal is to give people a chance to celebrate what they love, and hopefully inform the listener (and the host!) at the same time. If you have a topic you’d like to hear us cover, or would like to be a guest on the show, please get in touch! E-mail the show at phil@collectingpod.com.
 
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On Retire Right Radio, Host Dale Cooper and John Burdette from www.FourthAvenueFinancial.com discuss financial planning for different eras of your life and general strategies. Hear the encore presentation Monday at 1:00pm on our sister station, Charleston Business Radio 95.3 | 680 WKAZ Phone: (304) 746-7977 More info: http://bit.ly/2zcZV4e…
 
A growing number of criminals are carrying firearms - and they are becoming increasingly ready to "pull the trigger", says Police Association president Chris Cahill. And he says members of the public need be vigilant in case they find themselves caught in the middle of an armed situation. "I can't say this is going to be a one-off because it's not.…
 
Donate to the Race For the Future 7.0! Aug 28-29 in Chicago, Ill. If you have ever been to a dental show like LMT Lab Day Chicago or Vision 21, you probably have seen a guy with white hair and a white beard with a thick southern accent making a group of people laugh. That is Harold Burdette from "Lab of the Year" Burdette Dental Laboratory. Harold …
 
Catherine Weetman talks to Helen Burdett, who leads the World Economic Forum’s work on circular economy innovation, including its flagship initiative, Scale360°, and its work on Circular Trailblazers. The Scale360° program advances innovation ecosystems for environmental and economic impact with scalable, locally-led innovation support delivered th…
 
🔴 GSD Mode Podcast Interview With Quintavius Burdette & Joshua Smith. Quintavius, or ‘Q’ for short, has been absolutely DOMINATING in his real estate journey! This is his 2nd time on GSD Mode Podcast (check out his 1st interview using the link in the description below) and he has kept his foot on the gas since his 1st appearance, having now sold ov…
 
I’m next scheduled to share breakfast with you in mid-October, when Hosking’s on holiday. According to my abacus, at least fifty per cent of the population should be fully vaccinated by then. There will be hell to pay if the government fails to hit those targets, given the dawdling progress to date, we’re a sitting duck. Delta is doing its damndest…
 
A cool body will create a cooler head which will hopefully deliver the coolest of performances at the Tokyo Olympics for canoe slalomist Luuka Jones The 32-year-old's at her fourth Games, this time competing in both the C1 and K1 disciplines after taking silver in the latter at Rio. Jones says that's been the key area of adaptability into a Japanes…
 
The decision to reduce capacity for a new stadium in Christchurch -- could result in a drop public confidence in the council. A majority of councillors decided yesterday to lower the number of seats of a new multipurpose, covered stadium from 30-thousand to 25-thousand. That's after they were advised the stadium was over budget by about 130-million…
 
We seem to be ending the week much as it began, with Harry Tam. Jacinda seems to trust me. Why wouldn’t you? You may well have seen the video that’s doing the rounds of Harry Tam. Wearing his Mongrel Mob patch, revving up his fellow Mobsters to vote Labour in September. There’s expletives and a Nazi victory salute thrown in for good measure. The su…
 
The International Olympic Committee says it will take an "Armageddon" to cancel the Tokyo Games. The games' opening ceremony will be held tonight. Among other competitors, New Zealand's men's and women's football teams have already begun competition, while our rowers will get their first go on the water later this morning. IOC member Dick Pound tol…
 
There is a hint of a full pause of the Trans-Tasman bubble. An automated message on Air New Zealand's general inquiry line says the government had announced an extended pause on quarantine-free travel from Australia. Cabinet met yesterday afternoon to discuss the worsening situation in Australia and an announcement is expected today. Auckland Unive…
 
Human rights advocates say throwing asylum seekers in Mount Eden prison is wholly inappropriate. An independent review has been commissioned by the Government to see if the practice of detaining asylum seekers in prison can be tidied up. It follows an Amnesty International report which has revealed 86 people have been put in prison in the last five…
 
If I can be so immodest, New Zealand’s second largest city is the sporting powerhouse of the nation, and Christchurch is still bereft of a half-decent stadium. That godforsaken piecemeal set up in Addington, Orangetheory, is the stadium equivalent of a freedom camp. It was only meant to be short-lived, but is now a manky, rag-tag overstayer. Positi…
 
Aotearoa’s Dub & Bass heavy-weights, the space-weaving SALMONELLA DUB, are heading out on the road with a run of spring shows nationwide, across September, October, November and December this year. Delivering what promises to be a phenomenal two-hour multimedia dance floor set of the Dub’s classics, alongside a bag of new tunes from their forthcomi…
 
There’s no question that the Police Minister’s appearance on the programme yesterday was an epic fail. And the fallout has been immense, with calls for the Minister to be sacked. I really wanted to know why she was so dead against those Armed Response Teams. What had stiffened her spine. Let alone her never never opposition to the general arming of…
 
Netflix is dipping its toes in the world of gaming. The streaming giant has announced creating its own video games will be next on the agenda, and will be free as part of its subscription. They'll primarily be meant to be played on mobile devices, and then eventually migrate to TVs. Director of Let’s Play Live and NZ eSports Federation spokesperson…
 
Flick Electric is pressing pause on taking on new customers over the state of the country's power market. The independent retailer will continue to supply its existing 27-thousand power customers. Chief executive Steve O'Connor told Mike Yardley they're being forced to stop growing because power is too expensive to buy in a wholesale market. “This …
 
The restoration of District Hill Cemetery in Chickamauga, Georgia has been a long time in coming - but the completion of that work is in sight. District Hill is a historic African-American cemetery, dedicated in 1912 and used through the 1940’s until maintenance of the site stopped over time.By Ray Bassett
 
Everything seems to be in place for the Oly Whites to make a splash at the Tokyo Olympics over the coming two weeks with coach Danny Hay saying the squad is well positioned to defy its rank-outsider status. New Zealand, the lowest-ranked country to qualify for the Olympics by a long way, gets its Games campaign underway on Thursday night against 20…
 
A former Foreign Affairs Minister says New Zealand won't escape the consequences of accusing China of funding cyber hackers. The Government has joined western allies in accusing the Chinese Government of funding contracted hackers to conduct a large international ransomware attack. China's embassy has called our officials to a meeting, to express t…
 
Tens of thousands of people could be affected by a fresh legal action against the suspension of offshore visa applications. An Auckland law firm is seeking a judicial review of two recent decisions by Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi, over his suspension of applications and his instructions to lapse or refund offshore applications. Lawyer Pooja Sun…
 
There is a suggestion the Government's been ripped off in its purchase of a Rotorua motel. Kainga Ora's bought the Boulevard Motel on Fenton Street for more than eight million dollars, which it's going to turn into short-term housing for 80 people. Some local real estate agents have told Newstalk ZB it's only worth about half of that. Monte Cecelia…
 
Sam Mallikarjunan helps build organizations that drive growth. Sam learned marketing while hosting an AM/FM talk radio show about cigars in Florida because cigar companies kept asking him to help with "the internet". He dropped out of college at the University of South Florida (where he's not a Faculty Chair) and taught Advanced Digital Marketing a…
 
Host Dave Allen and Larry Dawson discuss doing business the *right way*; the town of Nitro, WV; and take listeners calls on previously owned cars and trucks. Larry Dawson buys and sells previously owned vehicles with over 30 years of experience. 418 First Ave South in Nitro, WV since 1986 304-727-0464 More info: www.LarryDawsons.com…
 
So Act wants restrictions on what gang members with kids can spend their benefit on. Electronic Income Management, I like it. If any parent on welfare is repeatedly failing to feed their kids, while frittering their benefit on vices, they should face the same restrictions. No longer a cash payment in the bank, but a strictly controlled payment card…
 
I’m sure you were sickened and disgusted by the footage of that vile piece of scum punching an Auckland police officer eight times in the head and smashing him to the ground. Would these reprobates have the same perverse bravado to have a crack at cops, if our police had guns on their hips? I don’t think so. It’s just one reason why I’ve long suppo…
 
Olympic chiefs have decided to propose the Australian city of Brisbane as host of the 2032 Summer Olympic Games at next month’s International Olympic Committee session, IOC president Thomas Bach announced Thursday. The IOC’s 15-strong executive board approved the Queensland city as the single candidate for election. The 102 IOC members will now vot…
 
The New Zealand economy was left $293 million worse off from hosting the 36th America's Cup, an official cost-benefit report has revealed. More Covid-19 case numbers have emerged in numerous vessels off New Zealand's coast. According to a recent Police Association survey, 69 per cent of New Zealand officers want to be armed regularly. Mark Mitchell…
 
There is an unwillingness from the Police Minister to bring back Armed Response Teams. A recent Police Association survey shows 69 per cent of officers want to be armed, at all times. The National Party is calling for the reintroduction of the Armed Response Teams. A trial of the teams ended last year, with police finding they didn't align with the…
 
There are calls for harsher punishments, not just for drunk drivers but also for those on drugs. Each injury or death due to drink-driving is costing taxpayers more than $117,000. The money goes towards things like compensating for loss of income, medical treatment, rehabilitation and funeral costs. No One Ever Stands Alone charity founder, Leah Ab…
 
Host Dale Cooper and Teri Rugeley, Associate Broker at Old Colony Realtors, discuss tips and strategies when tackling the fast-paced Charleston area real estate market. Terri Rugeley has over three decades of experience. Find her at Old Colony Realtors, R. Joseph Miller, Broker of Record. Teri Rugeley 304-389-3654 Old Colony Realtors 1205 Virginia …
 
Jeff Bezos blasted into space Tuesday on his rocket company's first flight with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft. The Amazon founder was accompanied by a hand-picked group: his brother, an 18-year-old from the Netherlands and an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from Texas — the youngest and…
 
There are hopes New Zealanders can see just how much Covid-19 impacted the America's Cup. Analysis has found financially, New Zealand was almost $293 million worse off, but when net benefits are considered, the loss shrinks to $156 million. The impacts of the pandemic, having fewer challengers and high public investment contributed to significant d…
 
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