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"Society Rewired is an outspoken and honest podcast, driven to bring both men and women together in an open forum to talk about mental wellness and the pressure associated with managing careers, families, the demands of society along with much more." Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/societyrewired/support
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This is the podcast where I, Jared, talk about assistive technology, security, driving cars, and anything else that may cross my desk. If you wish to contribute, please feel free to contact me through the contact information available on the blog or contact information available in the podcast itself. You may also go to my web site for other public contact information. I look forward in participation and comments from everyone. The Security Box, otherwise known as TSB is a weekly talk show t ...
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Leading All The Time!

Dr. Carzell Middleton, Ph.D.

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Hello and Greetings Everyone,Welcome to Leading All The Time! Podcast. This Podcast is for everyone (Officers (Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officer, etc.), NonCommissioned Officers through Privates, Veterans, Family Members, and friends of Service Members) who would like to discuss concerns/questions that they have about transitioning from the military and VA disability compensation claim process; including resume writing and job searching, etc. This is an open forum centered on you to ass ...
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The Hostile Work Place Podcast by The Undercover Lawyer provides legal solutions to people facing an unfair termination, discipline, or a bullying boss or co-worker. Your work place rights are explained in easy to understand terms, so that you can fight back at work without having to hire a $265/hr lawyer.
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Addressing issues related to disability and access are often cordoned off within the social sector and philanthropy. Disability is often deemed as “separate” from issue-specific systems change work, such as education, climate, economic mobility, or health equity. Funders supporting causes like these may think that their focus does not require inclu…
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Hello folks, welcome to the security box. On this edition of the podcast, we're going to talk about something called Snowblind. We also have news, notes, te landscape; and something I heard via a podcast that we can discuss in regards to scams. We also have a laugh that might have you laughing as well. We hope you enjoy the program! How about a lau…
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Welcome to podcast 197, intermediate A. J Wolfgang Goerlich is along with a very interesting talk. While I've not listened to it in full, I did think of putting this out as it talks about risk. Maybe its a risk you don't know much about, so let's learn together. J Wolfgang Goerlich: My RSA talk is up. Join me in dismantling the myth of the weakest …
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Understanding a community’s “context” and its readiness for complex change work is a critical factor for launching and advancing collective impact work. Knowing the local context is necessary to support work with and within a community--who is part of the community, what are they experiencing, and what are their challenges, needs, assets, and oppor…
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Should zero hours contracts be banned? As economy minister Conor Murphy is expected to outlaw them, Frank got the thoughts of Unison rep Conor McCarthy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Grammy-nominated singer songwriters Keith and Kristyn Getty talk to Frank about hearing their music sung in churches worldwide, performing with country legends and returning for a homecoming arena show at Christmas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A core element of collective impact is changing systems in the pursuit of equity. Pursuing policy change and advocacy efforts are some of the key levers to effectively change how systems operate. But how can cross-sector partners within a collective impact initiative work together to co-create a policy agenda that addresses inequities and closes di…
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'Community, connection, the opportunity to sing' - Becky Bellamy from charity Show Some Love, told Frank about the new non-religious Sunday Services at their city centre site Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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'They put my brother into an early grave and have still not paid a penny' - campaigner Margaret McGuckin spoke to Frank about her struggle to get the religious orders involved in historical abuse to contribute to a compensation scheme Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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After selling out the Grand Opera House in record time, the Shamrock Tenors called in to chat to Frank, ahead of their return to the Belfast venue and shows in Derry's Millennium Forum and gigs in the US Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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'For young people with disabilities, when they turn 19 it's quite bleak, it's like a cliff-edge' - ahead of a protest, Alma White, whose son Caleb has autism, OCD and ADHD, told Frank about the need for legal backing for SEN provision Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello folks, welcome to podcast 195 of the security box. Let's start off with a set of questions that came out of something we did not cover as part of last week's box. If you listen via the podcast, please submit your guesses before the answers are revealed. I'll personally give you credit where credit is due, and we can work out what you will get…
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Have we become a nation of 'side-hustlers'? A new study found nearly half of us now has a second income stream. Frank spoke to Maire, who turned her love of learning into a successful business Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello folks, welcome to the security box podcast 194. On this podcast, we're going to talk about section 230 and its potential repeal. We've also got the news, the notes and the landscape. True stories are also told, one dealing with crypto and one dealing with a potential job. Running time, 4 hrs 21 minutes. We hope that you enjoy the program as m…
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Are men who work from home pulling their weight when it comes to housework? If not, why not? Prof Heejung Chung from Kings College London says it may be because they're 'protecting their masculinity' Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Narrow Water Bridge project has been decades in the making, but work has finally begun. Frank spoke to Jim Boylan, from the Narrow Water Bridge Community Network, about how it could transform the region Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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It's an award-winning (sort of) episode of U105 of the Best this week - featuring Miss Northern Ireland, poll-topping movies, gig reviews and even some live in-studio performances! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Is Donald Trump still the favourite to be the next US President, despite his convictions? Frank spoke to Dr Stefan Andreasson from QUB and Greg Swenson, from Republicans Overseas UK Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 193. On this program, we're going to talk in an open forum about AI. We'll find some articles, but we aren't going to cover articles in full but in passing. We'll also cover the news, the landscape and more including a demo on the capital one application and virtual cards. Things to ponder Capital O…
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'I want to be an advocate for my nursing family' New Miss NI Hannah Johns talked to Frank about the causes close to her heart as she begins her reign, as well as looking forward to taking part in Miss World and her proud dad, rugby legend Paddy Johns Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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5050: LISTEN¦ It's Friday...you know that that means! The legendary Dionne Warwick graces this week's U105 of the Best, alongside our regular dose of quizzing, banter, pop culture and more from Northern Ireland's Best Mix! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Venus Williams is to be immortalised as a Barbie Doll. Which Northern Irish woman deserves the honour? Should Barbie still be considered a role model? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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'If we get what we ask for it will turbocharge our economy' Peter McVerry spoke to major industry figures from InterTrade Ireland, as they put the case for Northern Ireland at Westminster Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello folks, welcome to program 192 of the security box. This week, its going to be an open forum. We'll cover the news, we'll answer any questions that people have, and we'll traverse the landscape. No major topic, but a big piece of news about an arrest. News, Notes and the landscape Incognito The biggest news coming out of the landscape is incog…
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We could see driverless cars on the road in just two years, after a new law was passed to regulate them. Would you buy one? A YouGov poll found 2/3 wouldn't feel safe. Frank spoke to Brian Gregory from the Alliance of British Drivers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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If your neighbour has an eyesore in their garden or on their house, should you be able to have it removed? Frank got the thoughts of writer Fionola Meredith Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Toy boys or older men? Anne Hathaway's new film 'The Idea of You' sees the main character in a relationship with a much younger man. Is it all it's cracked up to be? Frank spoke to showbiz journalist Kim Kelly Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we wanted to highlight the importance of recognizing and supporting mental health as a critical and necessary element of a robust and sustainable collective impact effort. We frequently receive questions from a wide variety of collaboratives that are experiencing challenges related to the mental health of t…
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On podcast 187 of the security box, we covered water security and this podcast is no different. On this podcast, we're going to talk about lax our damn security is. The title of this program Our Lax Dam Cybersecurity is not meant to be taken as swaring as dam is defined as a stopping point for water. Once that breaks, water can cause tons of havoc,…
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Would a cash incentive help you lose weight? An NHS pilot scheme offered participants £400 to lose 10% of their body weight in a year - would it work for you? Frank talked to top trainer Alan Waterman Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Too posh to pick up? Are the types of litter we see changing and why are some people reluctant to lift their rubbish? Frank spoke to behavioural scientist Rachael Singleton Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Are Facebook groups aimed at protecting women from toxic men, by naming and shaming them, doing more harm than good? Frank spoke to cyber security expert Wayne Denner & Carey Baxter from Mens Alliance NI Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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For more than a decade, The Opportunity Youth Forum at the Aspen Institute’s Forum for Community Solutions has been working with a growing network of urban, rural, and tribal communities across the U.S. to build and scale reconnection pathways that achieve better outcomes in education, employment and overall well-being for opportunity youth. (Oppor…
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Would you break up with your partner if they earned a lot more money than you? Chef James Martin has revealed that James Bond heiress Barbara Broccoli's millions created a rift in their relationship Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hello everyone, welcome to podcast 190 of the security box. The big question is here on this week's podcast, and it is: "Is Age Verification legal?"Besides finding out the answer to this, we'll have the news, the notes and the landscape. Hope you'll enjoy the show as much as we are bringing it to you. LockbitSupp identified Huge news coming out of …
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Hello everyone, welcome to the security box, podcast 189. On this program, we're going to cover news and notes, the landscape and esim whcih may or may not be as secure as you think. ESIM and sim swapping ESIM is relatively new, but one of my buddies has it. He says its much better since you don't need a Sim card. But is it?The blog post is titled …
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Should the Gaza conflict be taught to children in schools? Irish organisation 'Teachers for Palestine' is calling for a two-week course to raise awareness of recent events Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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One year temporary exemption certificates are being issued to tackle the MOT backlog, but are bigger changes needed to make the system work? Frank spoke to Alliance's infrastructure spokesman Peter McReynolds Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Is cancel culture making comedy better? Comic Joe Lycett claims it's making the industry more 'inclusive' - but is it funnier? Frank spoke to Fionola Meredith Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Belfast has been named as one of the worst UK cities for a night out - is that fair? Frank spoke to the SDLP's Séamas de Faoite who has been campaigning for the appointment of a Night-Time Czar Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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How well did Northern Ireland's politicians deal with the Pandemic? The Covid Inquiry starts in Belfast this week - Frank spoke to Brenda Doherty from the Families for Justice Group Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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