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Come and join us through the second episode of GARD, where we will tell the tales of the famous greek heroes Hercules, Persues, and Achilles.
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A new series for an older podcast feed than yours. Started as a way to talk to people making weird shit on the fringes of the underground, then splitting time with a series of interviews with Gawker commenters, then just weird Christmas music and audio experiments, then interviews with LGBTQIA and POC artists about their feelings about the Trump presidency, then the obscenely pointless series "We Are Podcasting in a Room", and now Platonic Polyamory cohosts Rob Marvin, Jennifer C. Martin, an ...
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The Wisdom Of

Kristian Urstad and Stephen Webb

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In this podcast we explore great works of philosophy and literature and art, and try to pull out of them what’s most interesting and inspiring! Whether they come from the works of Plato, or Dostoevsky or Picasso, here we explore ideas that move mountains and rock the soul! So, come join us, won’t you? Come worship at the alter of ideas, and come celebrate the dancing of thought. Welcome to the Wisdom Of!
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Garded Optimism

Kyle Ashauer & Curt Hogg

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A Wisconsin Badgers Basketball Podcast Hosts: Kyle Ashauer (@KAAshauer) and Curt Hogg (@CyrtHogg) Presented in partnership with Bucky's 5th Quarter, a Wisconsin Sports Website
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The Cardy Show is a Podcast about Sports. Best friends of 30 years , Brent Cardy and David Glassford along with the great Brett Gard bring you weekly episodes as of September 2023. We'll have a solid focus on The Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Maple Leafs. We'll have our historical deep dives as well, with the Baseball In Canada Series and the Old Time Hockey Series. We have some solid interviews coming up as well. Stay with us on the Cardy Show on Twitter @CardyBrent and on Instagram @Th ...
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Podvant Garde

Andrea Guzzetta, Katrina Davis, Jordan Leigh Williams

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Two art history majors and a comedian walk into a recording studio... No, really. Podvant Garde is an art history podcast that delves into the often untold facets of an artists' life. Join Andrea Guzzetta, Katrina Davis and Jordan Leigh Williams as they discover more about the artists they love and themselves, with a decent amount of laughs along the way.
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Here’s a podcast that dives into the unknown, two creepy stories and other horrors await as Richard and Jake narrate a few different series. (The GARD) a SCP inspired world full of small horror tales. (The Tunnel) is a novel that dives into the horrors of your mind and brings out the fears that lay there. Follow 3 main characters trying to survive a world made of their lives, regrets and fears. (Inter Dimensional Man) two friends caught in the multiverses. Can Jake help his friend Rich befor ...
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Just Wanna Quilt

Elizabeth Townsend Gard

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Conversations with quilters, crafters, designers, tool-makers, all kinds of people connected to the quilting and craft industry. Hobby quilters, famous crafters, and everyone in between. A research podcast from Tulane Law School hosted by Elizabeth Townsend Gard. We started as a quilt podcast, talking also about IP issues, and now we have leaned in to quilting, crafting and entrepreneurs. For more information, go to http://www.justwannaquilt.com.
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Gardens are more than collections of plants. Gardens and Gardeners are intersectional spaces and agents for positive change in our world. Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden is a weekly public radio program & podcast exploring what we mean when we garden. Through thoughtful conversations with growers, gardeners, naturalists, scientists, artists and thinkers, Cultivating Place illustrates the many ways in which gardens are integral to our natura ...
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Artists, performers, composers and creative folks of all stripes sit down with musician and independent record label owner Mike Noordzy for extremely wide-ranging, unscripted conversations. More info and lots of music at nachtrecords.com
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Extended Techniques

Erlena Dlu and Alotro Lado

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Extended Techniques is a podcast about contemporary music that features deeply researched stories about lives, philosophies and creative work of the most inspiring musicians of our time.
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The Avant-Garde Travel Podcast

The Avant-Garde Travel Podcast

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Straight from the mouth of the Isle of Arran’s strangest musician, teacher, international development worker, activist, artist and travel writer, Scott Harwood brings you strange tales of travel and whimsy. With twenty-three countries under his belt and rising, Harwood is becoming renowned across the world simply for not being at home. Oh, and he has also written a few books. Fàilte air a bòrd!
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Right to Know is an ethnographic (and anecdotal) podcast series about people coming to terms with the internet in some of India’s poorest rural and tribal districts, where many have not seen a television, or as in the ancient city of Chanderi, locals are still coming to terms with cars and scooters. Right to Know is presented and produced by Andrew Garton and has been adapted from his book Right to Know: India's Internet Avant-garde published by the Digital Empowerment Foundation and the Aus ...
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Smart Tea

Aarati & Arpita

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Albert Einstein married his cousin and Marie Curie had a pet tiger. What else did the science textbooks miss?! Join Aarati and Arpita as they dig up the tea on scientists and inventors throughout history!
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The Eurasian Knot

The Eurasian Knot

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To many, Russia, and the wider Eurasia, is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. But it doesn’t have to be. The Eurasian Knot dispels the stereotypes and myths about the region with lively and informative interviews on Eurasia’s complex past, present, and future. New episodes drop weekly with an eclectic mix of topics from punk rock to Putin, and everything in-between. Subscribe on your favorite podcasts app, grab your headphones, hit play, and tune in. Eurasia will never appear ...
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Music for the mature mind: Mike and Russ discuss recent classical and jazz releases from their secret mountain lair in Japan. Find something new to listen to each week with complete release info and streaming links to Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer.
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Born an enterprising, forward-thinking and original "Avant-Garde" female, I believe in living a mission-inspired and purposeful life! I am passionate about inspiring women to live into their potential and elevate their confidence, especially visionary female leaders who are looking to scale up their business venture. My work is primarily with Founders, Leaders and professionals (6-figure+), and mission-inspired businesses or social enterprise groups, those who empower other women are especia ...
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Temple & Heilprin

Mid-West Family Marketing

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A podcast of Zach Heilprin and Jesse Temple's weekly radio show, which airs every Thursday from 6-7p live from Monk's Bar and Grill in Sun Prairie. Join Zach and Jesse each week as they discuss the latest stories surrounding the Wisconsin Badgers. Find the show live on Zone Madison and YouTube.
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Our show is about providing listeners with real stories that come from a place of experience, transparency, and authenticity. Most importantly it’s about what we learn from these stories and applying Mindfulness in our everyday work and personal lives. Our intention is to create an environment where people can learn through open honest discussions on how we apply Mindfulness. Although our experiences and stories come from time in a manufacturing environment hence the title “Mindfulness Manuf ...
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Decline and Fall

Decline and Fall

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VaMMpiTreLLa: my new radio show will cover the dark scene of music , which is New wave , dark wave , Gothic , Flexipop , Minimal , Avant Gard! I can definetely realize that this is not the easiest kind of music to listen to . But i 'd like to thank you all so much for your help and support in our try of sprading the underground music scene by radio shows and parties. Your support has been very helpful to us!! I'll be very glad if you leave your comments after or during the show at the show's ...
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LA’s #1 avant-garde personal development program. Experimental storytelling and comedy. Power, drugs, and mental health. The home of Ask a Sadist, Bite-Sized Erotic Thrillers, and the First Church of the Satanic Buddha. Levity saves lives. Your host is Emerson Dameron of Venice Beach, California., writer, competitive storyteller, occasional comedian, and possibly some sort of performance artist. I'll let the critics decide. Regularly scheduled episodes premiere on the first Wednesday of the ...
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A comprehensive exploration of contemporary experimental, psychedelic, noise & other obscure music. Hosted by Andy Ortmann (curator of the Nihilist Records label and member of longtime noise project Panicsville) presenting his obsessive perspective on the new difficult music. Peripheral and relating genres, including ethereal, electronic & extreme metal should also be expected in this weekly program. Sit back and relax into the hallucination amplification of The Eternal Now.
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Zenithism (1921-1927): A Yugoslav Avant-Garde Anthology (Academic Studies Press, 2023) is the first-ever English language anthology of zenithism – an eclectic avant-garde movement that operated in the Yugoslav region between 1921 and 1927. The founder of Zenithism – poet Ljubomir Micić – envisioned the movement as a fusion of futurism, dada, constr…
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Badger247's Evan Flood sits in for Jesse to talk the latest on AJ Storr's name going into the transfer portal, whether he could come back to Wisconsin, several names that the Badgers are tracking in the portal, AD Chris McIntosh's comments on Greg Gard and a couple things we're looking forward to in spring ball. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
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Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep172 - Experimental - Avant-garde - Ethereal Noise - Abstract Atmospheric mix https://www.youtube.com/c/DarkAmbientRadio Atrium Carceri - blue moon Lustmord - Benediction Christopher Young - Black Rainbows Abandoned Toys - A Soft Shadowed Innocence Thom Brennan - Blue Depths Federico albanese - Beside Young Stever Roach - …
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LoveBites is a collection of samples, snippets, nougaty nuggets, gems, jewels, and other delights from Emerson Dameron's Medicated Minutes, LA's #1 avant-garde personal development program. Episodes premiere first Wednesdays of the month on KCHUNG and are then available as the only good podcast. The show is the work of Emerson Dameron, who is solel…
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In her new book, When Left Moves Right: The Decline of the Left and the Rise of the Populist Right in Postcommunist Europe (Oxford University Press, 2024), Maria Snegovaya argues that, contrary to the view that emphasizes the sociocultural aspects (xenophobia, anti-immigrant sentiment, etc.) of the rise of the populist right, especially in postcomm…
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We talk to artist Jazzzyyy about her Fundraiser for Palestine set to take place at the Matilija Lending Library in El Monte, CA (near LA) on Saturday 4/27. We focus almost entirely on the fundraiser in this episode. Next week we'll have more about Jazzy's background as an artist and the usual bullshit about reality shows, Jennifer's weird life, etc…
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This book analyses the way that changes in the comics industry, book trade and webcomics distribution have shaped the publication of long-form comics. The US Graphic Novel (Edinburgh UP, 2022) pays particular attention to how the concept of the graphic novel developed through the twentieth century. Art historians, journalists, and reviewers debated…
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Zach and Jesse were back at Monk's in Sun Prairie for the final time this year. The guys talked about the players that impressed them the most so far in spring ball, how the quarterback battle is playing out, some Overreaction or No with the transfer portal and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Dark Ambient Atmospheres Ep173 - Experimental - Avantgarde - Ethereal Noise - Electroacoustic mix https://www.youtube.com/c/DarkAmbientRadio Cities Last Broadcast - Cornerstone Vir Unis - Currents Beneath the Shine Abanoned Toys - Lorelei's Chamber of Verdure and Blossom Lustmord - Congregants Requests 3 Ryan Teague - Coins and Crosses From the Mou…
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Permanent archive for this show: https://archive.org/details/no-pigeonholes-exp-radio-shows-2022/No+Pigeonholes++4-11-24-1.mp3 No Pigeonholes EXP 4-11-24 broadcast on KOWS Radio kowsfm.com hosted by Don Campau doncampau.com Photo: Evelyn Glennie Aleksi Perälä/ FI3AC2410306 / CHILDREN OF LIGHT 3 Rudy Schwartz Project/marshmallows and figs / Frop Mus…
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Permanent archive3 for this show: https://archive.org/details/no-pigeonholes-exp-radio-shows-2022/No+Pigeonoles+EXP+4-11-24-2.mp3 No Pigeonholes EXP 4-11-24 broadcast on KOWS Radio kowsfm.com hosted by Don Campau doncampau.com Photo: Andrea Neumann andrea neumann/ Track 02/ innenklavier Kyle Bruckman/ DROP/ of rivers sophie durand & manu holterbach…
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Hummingbirds are a beloved and charismatic creature of the America’s, the more than 350 species of hummingbirds have coevolved with the flora of the Americas for millions of years. For this fourth week in our series of 5 episodes on our gardens as important habitat and we gardeners as important stewards of land and biodiversity, we check in on the …
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Never before have comics seemed so popular or diversified, proliferating across a broad spectrum of genres, experimenting with a variety of techniques, and gaining recognition as a legitimate, rich form of art. Openness of Comics: Generating Meaning within Flexible Structures (UP of Mississippi, 2016) examines this trend by taking up philosopher Um…
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Bucket list item crossed off. The Cardy Show invades Rogers Centre. Brent and Dave discuss today's game vs Seattle We talk about the history of the ballpark. The pitching issues around baseball. We recap the game. We talk about future events at the dome. This episode was recorded live with no intro music. Thanks so much for listening Support the sh…
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Today I talked to Traian Sandu about his book Ceausescu: Le dictateur ambigu (Perrin, 2023). Born in January 1918, Nicolae Ceauşescu began his apprenticeship in Bucharest and discovered the social struggle and its repression at the age of fifteen within the Romanian Communist Party. In 1948, the Stalinist Gheorghiu-Dej, his mentor, having taken pow…
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Dr Lola Salem graduated from the École Normale Supérieure, Lyon, in 2015 (MA Musicology), the Sorbonne in 2018 (MA Aesthetics and Philosophy of Arts) and the University of Oxford in 2023 (D.Phil. Musicology). Her academic research lies in the fields of 17-18th centuries opera, performers, patronage and material conditions, with a specific focus on …
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In this episode, we discuss recordings of, “'Diavolo': Giuseppe Tartini - 6 Violin Sonatas” (Signum) by La Serenissima / Adrian Chandler, “Florence Beatrice Price; Leo Sowerby: Music For String Quartet” (Naxos) by The Avalon String Quartet, “Dani Howard: Orchestral Works” (Rubicon) by The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra / Michael Seal, Peter…
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Quick announcement about some of my IRL meatspace doings. If you are in the Los Angeles area, I will appear Live! on Risk! The live storytelling show that goes there! On Tuesday, April 16th, at the Lyric Hyperion. Get yr tickets so it won't be crickets. If you are not in the LA area, I'll do it anyway. Your life will be touched by the second-order …
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Patrick Davis is returning to Northern California for SIP - Songwriters in Paradise 2024. You may have caught him on my podcast last year, and it’s a real pleasure to catch up with him again to chat about Songwriters in Paradise 2024 in Napa, very soon April 18th-21st, then Healdsburg, Sonoma County July 23rd – 28 at special wineries in each region…
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In recent decades, the study of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as Byzantium, has been revolutionized by new approaches and more sophisticated models for how its society and state operated. No longer looked upon as a pale facsimile of classical Rome, Byzantium is now considered a vigorous state of its own, inheritor of many of Rome's features,…
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Ingrid Piller speaks with Jasna Novak Milić, the director of the Croatian Studies Center at Macquarie University. The Croatian Studies Center at Macquarie University hosts one of a very small number of Croatian Studies programs at university level outside Croatia. We talk about Croatian Studies in the diaspora, small languages in higher education, …
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In this episode Pat speaks with Dr Marilyn Stendera, co-author (with Emily Hughes) of Heidegger’s Alternative History of Time (Routledge, 2024). Dr Stendera’s work focuses mainly on the phenomenological tradition, especially its intersections with philosophy of cognition and mind. She is particularly interested in time, including its role in cognit…
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Hey guys, here is the DEEP WOODS radio show with your favourite tracks! If you like it give it a "heart <3" and "repost" Enjoy! Free DL on iTunes: apple.co/3QL8tEU→ Tracklist: bit.ly/SubscribePrettyPink (description of the video)→ iTunes Podcast: bit.ly/pp_pod→ Spotify Playlist: bit.ly/dw_pl→ Youtube: bit.ly/pp_dwyt✓ Facebook: fb.com/prettypinkmusi…
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G.W.F. Stok - "Rhythmic Sound Game" - Stoecien Met Geluid Tetragrammacide - "Wolves of Nuklear Impalement" - Tetragrammacidal Oration Satanic Bloodspraying - "Draining Blood" - At the Mercy of Satan Truth Club - "To The Nile" - Hoisting The Black Flag Jocelyn Robert - "San Francisco #1 (excerpt)" - The Maze Marcello Giombini - "Disco 2" - Computer …
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This week I was very happy to be joined by Chris D. Pomay from the Live with CDP Sports Talk Podcast. The Guelph Ontario native started a new profession during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Through some trials and tribulations has gone onto success as he has his program live on You Tube, Instagram , twitter (X) and is on 2 radio stations . Chris tells his…
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This week, with Spring and seeding season fully underway—indoors and out—we speak with gardener entrepreneur Anne Fletcher of Orta Kitchen Gardens, creators of non-toxic ceramic, self-watering Orta seed pots. These pots' material lives help eliminate plastic right from the start in your plants’ growing lives, seeding more circularity into our garde…
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Before Josef Stalin's death in 1953, the USSR had, at best, an ambivalent relationship with noncommunist international organisations. Although it had helped found the United Nations, it refused to join the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and other major agencies beyond the Security Council and General Asse…
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Throw off the shackles of strict self-definition! Feel the fluid flow! Discover the insights and epiphanies that await you in the blue soup of the liminal. Includes a round of Ask a Sadist, a sermon from The People of the Screaming Release, and an apology for the inappropriate use of the Metta Bomb. Produced, written, and performed by Emerson Damer…
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This post focuses on the Le Panier district of Marseille, the oldest and most atmospheric part of the city: think hills, narrow roads, colourful houses, flowers, little restaurants in pretty squares, artisan shops and plenty of street art. Plus two of the city’s big sights, La Charité, the former poorhouse, now a museum centre and the stunning 'Maj…
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Permanent archive for this show: https://archive.org/details/no-pigeonholes-exp-radio-shows-2022/NPEXP+4-4-24-1.mp3 No Pigeonholes EXP 4-4-24 broadcast on KOWS Radio kowsfm.com hosted by Don Campau doncampau.com Photo: Adam Majdecki-Janicki Hiver/ Intersect/ from A Fiction Universe compilation Michael Vincent Waller/ Nocturnes No 4 (Jlin Remix)/ Mo…
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Permanent archive for this show: https://archive.org/details/no-pigeonholes-exp-radio-shows-2022/NPEXP+4-4-24-2.mp3 No Pigeonholes EXP 4-4-24 broadcast on KOWS Radio kowsfm.com hosted by Don Campau doncampau.com Photo: Adaya Godlevsky Hour 2 Adaya Godlevsky, Haggai Fershtman/ White Raven / Sonia giovanni di domenico/Piano and Serge/ Dust Is A Must …
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American-born Larissa Babij is at home in Kyiv when Russia launches its full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Her grandparents left Ukraine amidst the violence of World War II, and nearly 80 years later, she is fleeing the advancing Russian army. A Kind of Refugee: The Story of an American Who Refused to Leave Ukraine (Ibidem Press, …
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If you want to improve safety, quality, productivity, and results, the first step is looking toward improving connection. With more mindfulness and connection, your entire organization can thrive—and in this episode, guest Jon Gordon is here to show you exactly how you can improve connection and fight disconnect in your organization! Jon is one of …
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