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Do you want to diversify your perspective on road travel? Host Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique dive deep into the stories and weave through the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the diverse voices who, often unheard, make the nomadic community great. Noami is a Black woman and a nomad who has been living in her campervan since 2016. She started Diversify Vanlife in 2019 in response to the lack of representation of BIPOC in the road travel community. In this show, you’ll hea ...
 
Increase Employee Engagement, Productivity, and Retention. The 1-skill that makes the difference is Emotional Intelligence (EI/EQ). Research shows that EQ is a higher indicator of success than IQ. How well we recognize and regulate our emotions is key to our success. This emotional intelligence podcast includes interviews with leaders, business owners, HR managers, and emotional intelligence experts. The works of Daniel Goleman, Travis Bradberry, John Maxwell, and others will be discussed. G ...
 
Join Melissa every Monday as she dives deep into the weirdest, funniest, sciency-est ways in which animals intersect at humanity. Let's meet the Canadian cat who solved a murder and advanced forensic technology. How did fish farts nearly cause bombs to fly between Russia and Sweden? How did a pigeon save 194 soldiers in wartime? Why are honey bees trained to find unexploded landmines in Croatia?And, how do these animals intersect with bigger topics, like fake news, mental health, environment ...
 
Are you ready to step up as the boss of your life? Emilie Aries breaks down career conundrums with expert interviews to help women navigate career transition and step up as the boss of their careers. Whether you're in the job search, starting a side hustle, climbing a corporate ladder, or an experienced entrepreneur, join Bossed Up's community of courageous women who lift as they climb.
 
Adventures Through The Mind is an interview-based podcast hosted by Canadian author and public educator, James W. Jesso. Although the show topics range---from spirituality, mental health, and emotional maturity; to love, relationships and sexuality; to history, philosophy, and neuroscience---there are two underlying themes that intersect them all: psychedelics & the mind. James W. Jesso is the author of Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom and The True Light Of Darkne ...
 
Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
A collection of voices gathered from the world of the lesser represented & marginalized populations in media or media preservation. These voices belong to women, queer folx, the trans community and people of color. These are indigenous voices and the voices of the differently abled. These voices are those that need to be heard because they haven’t been. Archivist’s Alley is a safe & lively conversational space designed for discussions on how to preserve our work and identities in today's pro ...
 
Welcome to No Finish Line Podcast. In Conversation with those that go the extra mile. Featuring athlete interviews and discussion on running, training, travelling and adventure. My objective is to interview athletes from a wide range of sports and to talk about how they do what they do. We will discuss the mindset and find the point at which all disciplines intersect. Twitter @johnoregan777 Instagram @johnoregan777 #running #ultrarunning #marathon #ultra running
 
Words To That Effect: Stories of the Fiction that Shapes Popular Culture. WTTE is a narrative storytelling show that explores the intriguing places where fiction, history, science, and popular culture intersect and inspire. From the Victorian past to utopian futures, dinosaurs to detectives, zombies to mummies, how does literature shape our understanding of popular culture? Find out more at https://wttepodcast.com. Support the show at http://patreon.com/wtte.
 
A podcast about childfree womxn and the lives we lead. Each episode, Zoë Noble speaks with another inspiring womxn about their decision not to have children, and what it’s meant for their life. We get into it all - our bodies, our choice, our stories. Read more stories from incredible childfree womxn at https://wearechildfree.com
 
Psychotropic is a bi-weekly podcast showcasing stories that involve substance use. If you are interested in people, the drug experience and its consequences, philosophies and ideas surrounding drug-use, and how it's all laced into everyday life, then these short memoirs, told by individuals who have (or haven't) partaken, might give you some insight.
 
Elemental Collision is about technology, life and the impact each have on each other. The intersection and collision of these two major topics has a massive effect on community, how we do business and how we enjoy life. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
 
What does a porn star do when she's not at work? AFTER ADULT is hosted by adult film star Siri Dahl (who goes by her non-porn name Adrienne on the pod) and her civilian co-host Rachel. We frequently discuss current events, pop culture and mainstream media, especially as they relate to and intersect with the adult industry. Featuring guests from mainstream and adult media, including industry experts, performers, comedians, screenwriters and more. Follow/DM us on social media (@afteradult on I ...
 
PI Union is creating a community for investigators of all varieties to share their experiences and further educate themselves on their chosen craft. The podcast will focus on the actual business of investigation and will foster professional dialogue from our community members. We are committed to professionalizing our industry trough education and exposure to industry thought leaders.If you are tired of the the professional silos that most investigators work in, this is the podcast for you! ...
 
A Good Podcast About Bad Relationships. Every Sunday, Alicia and Stacie take you on a comedic ride through two stories of marital misconduct and love gone wrong, blending biography, pop culture, history, and politics. "It’s one part Vanity Fair meets Town & Country, one part country music song—and an all-around good time." - The Atlantan. "Enjoying the juicy details of other people’s relationships is having a moment." Sunday Times Style Magazine (UK). "When this shameless show about bad rela ...
 
A podcast for and about writers—the business side and the creative perspective—and how our life experiences intersect with our writing work.How we do it, why we do it and what keeps us going as we navigate the creative environment. Because, published or not, wildly popular or still unknown, we are all writers."Living the Writing Life" is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by Nancy Christie.
 
Sandra is the writer behind @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis as a Black woman and transracial adoptee. She’s also married and a mum (a neurodivergent family), education specialist and ADHD/Autism coach, whose writing also draws from these experiences. Each week this podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people, from an intersectional lens, while sharing tools and strategies to promote ...
 
Locust Radio is Locust Review’s monthly podcast on the weird, the political, and where they intersect in fiction, art, poetry and creativity. Hosted by editors Tish Markley, Adam Turl and Alexander Billet, Locust Radio features discussions of the radical weird, history and current events, interviews with artists, writers, and musicians, and readings of conceptual art, poetry and fiction. Read more at locustreview.com. To get bonus content and subscribe to Locust Review, support us on Patreon ...
 
The real glow up isn’t superficial; it’s internal because your magic comes from within. Join empath, intuitive energy healer, and sensual Christian Black girl LuzCelenia each Wednesday morning as she discusses topics related to mental health, sensuality, spirituality, sexuality, and healing. If you want to know how all those things intersect or you just want to learn how sensuality can help you manifest the life you deserve then this podcast is the one for you.
 
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Right now the thrill of a package arriving is one of our small joys, but who, how and why makes that happen? Hear about consumerism as a form of entertainment, from satirical reviews to Wish-haul videos. How indie artists are manipulating Disney’s god-like powers for good. Plus, Harry Styles, TikTok knits, ghost carts, hacking capitalism and more.F…
 
Investigative reports, we hate them, but reports ARE the face of our investigative businesses. Period. Full stop. What voice will you use active or passive? What tense will you use? Whatever you choose, make it consistent, the hallmark of a bad report is confusion between tenses, its strangely disorientating. Reports are also a branding opportunity…
 
“What Have You Been Reading?” In this episode, Josh and Betsy each share about a book that they have been reading recently. Josh shares about the book “Reading While Black” by Dr. Esau McCaulley, and Betsy shares about the book “The Divine Conspiracy” by Dallas Willard. Both of these books bring insights that will help Christians walk faithfully wi…
 
+++ IT'S IN THE GENIUS +++ You may have heard the phrase, "It's in the genes!" Right? Normally when the phrase is used as a way of highlighting skills, it is generally used in a celebratory way to make sure you know this is something that cannot be duplicated because it is in the genes. I tend to see this a lot in the sports industry as players cel…
 
Experts think a whole generation of children could be affected by the problems thrown up by the pandemic- and those problems are worse for students already at risk. The special statewide reporting project Class of COVID-19: an education crisis for Florida’s vulnerable students examines the barriers to education amplified by the pandemic, including …
 
What was it like to travel in an era where there were little “Black Wall Streets'' all over the U.S. in the midst of dangerous Jim Crow laws? Alvin Hall, award-winning television and radio broadcaster, best-selling author, and renowned financial educator, transports us into that historic realm. His podcast, Driving the Green Book, guides listeners …
 
Brian & Marion kick off season 4 with some visioning: what do we want to see in 2021? Put another way, what do we need to leave in 2020? Brian instantaneously breaks his off-mic promise to not talk about history, while Marion manages to keep herself from going on a thirst rant about the men of One Night in Miami. What we're reading: www.at-the-inte…
 
This episode builds on intersectionality (see episode 15 for an introduction) as a tool to better understand the social problems in today's society by looking at the role of power in the organisation of society. For intersectional analysis, there are four domains of power and I talk about them today and give examples to better illustrate what I mea…
 
In this post-inauguration roundtable, Kimberlé and her guests grapple with the events of the past month, and contemplate the crossroads that the country now finds itself in. As we prepare for four years of Democratic leadership, how must we organize ourselves in order to fight for a more just future, rather than merely a return to the past? And wha…
 
Last week, we talked about the importance of personal values. We spoke about how as an individual, it can be helpful to list your values. If you have not listened to this episode, please go and take a listen. This week will build on where we left off. This week, we shift to the importance of organizational values and the interplay between personal …
 
Air Date 6/28/2019 Today we take a look at the ways that extreme inequality and many of the worst instincts and repercussions of capitalism are being upheld and perpetuated by our culture of philanthropy. It turns out that what we see as the rich giving back is really more of a purchase on their part, a purchase of our acceptance of inequality and …
 
We are joined by former Leicester City striker Helen Busby to discuss the women's game and how it is evolving and growing. We ask her about her playing career, how she thinks the women's game is changing and current events surrounding high profile women in football. Si embarrasses himself by mentioning Kevin Davies and mispronouncing an out of tren…
 
"I will never forget these words. This physician validated my efforts to emotionally connect with patients. This message will indelibly shape the way I allow myself to care for and become invested in the patients to come in my future. Illness is often incredibly unfair, and sometimes we cannot overcome. However unbeatable a disease may be, a doctor…
 
Not everything we do will succeed. In fact, more often than not, we will experience what most call "failure" or "adversity." The challenge when this comes is to push on, learn the lessons afforded by the situation at hand and, well, shape your world consequently. Ben Lindsay of STAND has learned these lessons and is here to tell his story. It would…
 
FREE Simplicity & Sustainability Live Q&A webinar: This Thursday, 2/25 at 12:30pm EST! RSVP and join me! Intentional Living at Home Intentional living is all the rage right now, as it’s about letting your purpose guide your actions as they relate to your family, your work, your finances, your environmental impact, your spirituality, and more. That …
 
In today’s episode, Emilie chats with Stephanie Schriock, President of EMILY’s List and author of Run to Win: Lessons in Leadership for Women Changing the World, all about how women can strategically advance into leadership roles at work in male-dominated industries, including politics! Related Links: Learn more about Stephanie’s work here Grab a c…
 
"Something had to give, and it would either be clinical medicine, or my business. I finally had to admit I was no longer fulfilled to the same level doing hospitalist work. So I made the decision to leave my clinical job. It was so terrifying that I put off making a decision for months. I thought about what it would mean for my blog readers that I …
 
On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Lisa is joined by Andy Eninger to discuss Power Check-Ins during crises. Andy Eninger is a designer and ideation junkie who has designed learning and development programs for over two decades. He has helped hundreds of corporations around the globe to develop their employees on topics ranging from sales enablemen…
 
Welcome to “Off The Shelf”, our comic book reviews of recent titles. These are designed to be brief reviews of current books and series that we think you should check out. Today Sam reviews Department of Truth written by James Tynion IV, and art and letters by Martin Simmonds, Aditya Bidikar and Dylan Todd Connect with us on Twitter @GeekChurch and…
 
Marie Fisher comes from a big, blended family, and is one of 12 siblings! She’s an aunt to 13 nieces and nephews, and tries to be a role model for the younger girls, to show them they have choices, and that being childfree is a real, and rewarding, option. Marie is focused on limiting her environmental footprint and volunteers for various non-profi…
 
In this episode we discuss why it's important to not put ministers on a pedestal, and why we shouldn't force people into marriage or force them to remain single. In the second half we discuss the trailer for Cruella, LGBT Elsa, and my quick thoughts on the announcements on Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Splatoon 3. Support me via Cash App: $…
 
Vaccine hesitancy can have a negative impact on rollout. A striking example comes from long-term care facilities. Approximately 78 percent of residents received a vaccine. In contrast, only 37 percent of staff members agreed to be vaccinated. Reasons for refusal include: perceived rapidity of vaccine development inadequate information received abou…
 
The one time the CIA tried - and failed - to use a cat as a spy (code name Acoustic Kitty), some cats need hypoallergenic humans, and what happens when cats bail on sea shanties. #AcousticKitty Send in your topic ideas via: BewilderbeastsPod@gmail.com TWITTER: @BewilderedPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BewilderBeastsPod (DM, voice text or co…
 
At the time of recording, Caitriona Jennings was quarantining in a Hong Kong hotel in line with travel restrictions imposed because of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Caitriona had just returned from taking part in the Hoka One One 'Project Carbon X2' event in Arizona. In this episode we talk about Quarantine and the coping strategies Caitriona is using dur…
 
"As the COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the globe, companies are working hard to develop innovative solutions to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Chinese companies such as Alibaba have led the way using artificial intelligence, data science, and technology. Startups are teaming up with clinicians, engineers, and government entities to reduce …
 
It's been a cold week, friends, so we thought we'd take the show someplace warm and take a look at two of the 20th century's most notable yacht owners: it's Greek shipping magnate week on TD! Alicia has the trashy life of Aristotle Onassis, while Stacie has the trashy tale of his archrival Stavros Niarchos. These two cut a path of destruction throu…
 
Air Date 2/20/2021 Today we take a look at the fight to create and maintain workable and humane economic and social floors, beneath which people are not allowed to fall. The fetishization of market forces embraced by decades of neoliberals and weaponized by authoritarians have left millions desperate for basic standards. To draw the connection, we …
 
"It is still extremely early in the Bitcoin story. This is due to the same network effect that Facebook, Amazon, and Apple have had as adoption of new technologies rapidly expand and are adopted by society. Bitcoin has passed its 'tipping point.' Converting some of your money to Bitcoin now is like taking an ownership stake in the Internet itself b…
 
"The memory of these patients, and their families’ utter anguish, stays with me. There was nothing I could have done to save them, nothing I did wrong. I’ve lost sleep, questioned my career choice, and sought mental health counseling to manage the stress of their loss. But the pain of their unexpected and tragic deaths lingers, like the torn knee t…
 
This week I share on self-care, but not so much on what I think we should do to take care of ourselves but why it's so damn difficult to do things for ourselves even when we know it's good for us. Self-care feels like a buzz word and we're shamed for doing it or shamed if we can't. But I think it's so much more layered and the difficulties in putti…
 
"We are all interrelated. This is the foundational basis of osteopathic medicine. Whether considering internal relationships of the systems of the body or the external relationships of a person with the world around them, connection is a key principle at the core of osteopathy. Developed at a time when the baseline medical practice was lacking and …
 
This week, special guest host Andy Eninger joins Lisa to review the New York Times Bestseller The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn't, and Get Stuff Done by Kendra Adachi. Kendra Adachi is the New York Times Bestselling author of The Lazy Genius Way and creator of The Lazy Genius Podcast. She went to college to become a high s…
 
Brian and Sam discuss the very first graphic novel, Will Eisner's A Contract With God: And Other Tenement Stories. This is a collection of four stories centered on a Depression-era tenement in New York City. It is rich for theological reflection. Connect with us on Twitter @GeekChurch and on Facebook at Church of the Geek or at the blog Church of t…
 
Josh & Zino sip green tea and some thirst-quenching water to discuss a new royal baby courtesy of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, an update on Gorilla Glue girl, Valentine’s day applications, shooting your shot as a single person on lockdown, practicing self-love, venting during the lockdown, taking ownership of your emotions, the love relationship…
 
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