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Minnesota Public Radio

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Flyover from MPR News focuses on issues of American identity and the changing American dream as they are lived and experienced in the cities, towns and rural areas that lie beyond the media spotlight. This podcast is an unedited hour of live radio with award-winning host Kerri Miller. Season Three, starting January 2020, focuses on the counties that flipped party loyalties from one presidential election to the next. Season Two, which aired the summer of 2018, focused on the Mississippi River ...
 
Transform your ideas around health, and learn about the possibilities of healing yourself with Open Minded Healing. Listen to Marla's interviews with a variety of Alternative Health practitioners, as well as personal stories about everyday people that overcame serious health conditions outside of their MD's office.
 
Repurpose Your Career podcast brought to you by Career Pivot is a podcast for those of us in the 2nd half of life to come together to discuss how repurpose our careers for the 21st century. Come listen to career experts give you proven strategies, listen to people like you tell their stories on how they repurposed their careers and finally get your questions answered. Your host, Marc Miller, has made six career pivots over the last 30 years. He understands this is not about jumping out of th ...
 
For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what i ...
 
As technology allows us to tailor education to our learning styles, interests and talents, how will the educational Titanic move? If we focus on students and how they learn while keeping in mind the greater good, then how will the educational experience and system change? How should they change? A teacher and administrator for over 30 years, Joe Vollert will explore this vital issue though conversations with educators, innovators, business leaders and citizens about something we all do: School.
 
Brand Groupies is a full-service social media, public relations, and personal branding agency. As an entrepreneur and award-winning business owner, Founder and Chief Groupie Carey Balogh brings 20+ years of experience in brand development, public relations, social media, marketing, and special events. On her Brand Groupies Podcast, she interviews inspiring entrepreneurs and brand founders about building and rockin' their brands. Tune in for stimulating brand banter with the brand leaders we ...
 
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Dr. Dan Kreiness - Education Podcast Network

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The Leader Of Learning podcast explores transformational leadership in education. It is where educators can come to find inspiration to grow their impact as instructional leaders. It is a community where educators can realize their leadership potential regardless of their position or title. More information can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com
 
Never fear, the CHECK YOUR HEAD Podcast is here! Where notable musicians and experts share their mental health solutions for wellness. Winner of a "People Choice" Podcast Award, music journalist and life coach Mari Fong deep dives with her interviews to reveal real-world solutions from artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Fred Armisen, Seether, and The Lumineers with professional solutions from top mental health experts. If you're a music lover looking for heroic stories of hope and recovery, and ...
 
Kristen Chase, a former musician and college professor now pilot widow and stay-at-home-parent, talks about all things mom (and not-so-mom) in this bi-monthly podcast featuring your favorite bloggers, authors, entrepreneurs, and all-around cool people. Her no-more-mrs.-nice-mom take on motherhood is not for the faint of heart. Weak bladders, however, are welcome.
 
Have you ever wanted to sit down with a Central City Opera singer, director, conductor, or production staff member and get to know them (and what they do) a little better? You’re in luck - our podcasts feature interviews with artists and others involved in our operas this season, plus insights from local experts on the Festival offerings. Find out more about the fascinating people who make the magic happen on the Central City Opera House stage.
 
Welcome to This Humana Life. A podcast for Humana associates made by Humana associates. We believe the best knowledge is knowledge that is shared. The purpose of this podcast series is to intentionally inspire curiosity and action across the Humana enterprise, not only as women or allies, but as a community of associates forging a path in our careers. Throughout our podcast journey you’ll hear advice from thought leaders, gain insight into areas of expertise other than your own and hear the ...
 
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Medical technology has advanced exponentially. So why are patient-physician relationships stuck in the past? That’s the heart of the question in Dr. Danielle Ofri’s book, “What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear.” Enjoy this archive offering from 2017 as you get ready for Friday’s conversation between Kerri Miller and author Megan O’Rourke about the d…
 
In this episode Kerry Loeb discusses: *The pathway of energy through the body according to Chinese medicine *The ways energy can get "stuck" in our bodies *Ways to free up our life flow *The large negative impact that energy can have on our health *Kerry's personal story of poor health, and how he was able to turn things around *Simple techniques p…
 
Mari Fong interviews Zac Barnett of American Authors and Chris Bullard, former touring musician and founder of Sound Mind Live. Zac Barnett of American Authors shares about caring for his mother with bipolar disorder and the importance of being a mental health support for those you love. American Authors will be playing at the upcoming Music for Me…
 
Description: This week's episode is a bit different. I recently returned from a 3 week trip from our home in Ajijic Mexico to Austin where I was a keynote speaker at a financial conference. I spoke to an audience that might have been as many as 700 people. There were 900 people registered for the conference. My wife and I then flew to Maryland so w…
 
Belfast’s Steven Cockcroft (co-host of leading Beatles podcast Nothing Is Real) offers unexpected takes on The Boys and Bob: “Roll On John isn’t about an individual, it’s about the sanctification of Lennon” and “The Travelling Wilburys was a calculated move by George”. Also on the menu: Dylan’s questionable harmonies on an obscure Ringo album track…
 
All kids are readers. Some just haven’t discovered it yet. Courtesy of Orange Coast Magazine Kitty Felde is the host and executive producer of Book Club for Kids. That’s the belief of Kitty Felde, former NPR correspondent and current host and executive producer of the podcast “Book Club for Kids.” In May, she joined Kerri Miller for a Friday episod…
 
Fairy tales are deceptively simple — “once upon a time” stories, filled with adventure and righteous moral power. But many believe they shouldn’t be relegated to the kids’ shelf. Writer Neil Gaiman famously said, “Fairy tales are more than true. Not because they tell us that dragons exist. But because they tell us dragons can be beaten.” Novelist K…
 
On Friday’s show, it’s all about books for kids. MPR News host Kerri Miller talks with Minnesota author Kelly Barnhill about her new book, “The Ogress and the Orphans,” and Kitty Felde, host of the podcast Book Club for Kids, about what young readers should dive into this summer. To whet your appetite, we thought you would enjoy this fun 2019 inter…
 
In this episode Eileen Durfee discusses: *The most contaminated place in the western hemisphere of the world *Symptoms of Eileen's toxic body *Both she and her mother try to find the root causes of their poor health *Exploring Natural Anti-fungals *The benefits she experienced from doing a hair analysis *If we don't have the preferred minerals in o…
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Teresa Ghilarducci and Sia Radpour about how the great retirement surge was not associated with the great resignation but by mass job loss by older workers during the pandemic. Teresa and Sia are both economists with the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy analysis and they recently published a report calle…
 
How to use science to help us manage life’s toughest moments is the theme of this week’s Big Books and Bold Ideas. Here, we revisit three discussions MPR News host Kerri Miller had with authors this past year and learn what they’ve discovered about grief, heartbreak and talking with people with whom we fundamentally disagree. Climate scientist Kath…
 
The roots of ecologist Suzanne Simard’s love of forests are multiple generations deep. Her family relied on forestry for their livelihood, and she was one of the early groups of women to carve out space within the logging industry. But her experience didn’t mirror her family’s. As the scale of the industry’s business grew, Simard’s concern about th…
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Kerry Hannon and she has written a new book called In Control at 50+: How to Succeed in the New World of Work. Here is a snippet from the Amazon page: Anyone who began working 20 or 30 years ago has witnessed astonishing changes in the workplace during their career. When the global pandemic hit, older worke…
 
In episode 135 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Stephanie Howell (@mrshowell24), the CEO of Gold EDU, a founder of Global GEG, and the EdTech Lead for Pickerington Local Schools. In the episode, Stephanie discusses how she is leading the embedding and implementing of EdTech tools across her schools and o…
 
Mari Fong interviews Jared Watson of Dirty Heads and Dave Schools of and the Neal Casal Foundation and Widespread Panic. Jared Watson shares how his hard partying ways with Dirty Heads ("Lay Me Down," "Stand Tall") descended into alcohol and drug abuse. He recollects his wake up call when rushed to the hospital, barely able to move from his tour bu…
 
If you stand in the Sistine Chapel and look up at Michelangelo’s depiction of God, you’ll see the archetype. God is white, old, and male. Always male. Theologian and activist Christena Cleveland believes that image is limiting and even harmful. Her new book, “God is a Black Woman,” seeks to recover the sacred, Black feminine, thanks to a pilgrimage…
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Deb Livingston, domain lead in the health and wellness, cooking, food, and nutrition areas for GetSetUp. Deb made this leap only with her passion for healthy food and no formal credentials. Deb had a pretty traditional business background but when her mother became ill, she took a break to be with her mothe…
 
In this episode, Vanessa Bighinatti discusses: *The onset of symptoms that began in childhood and seemed unrelated *Additional concerning symptoms that were triggered in her 20's by a stressful lifestyle *Multiple doctors, and visits to the hospital *Increasing the anti-anxiety meds was not a solution *When a friend recognizes her symptoms and sugg…
 
For centuries, the white American church enabled and even embraced racism. Many Christians say that's in the past. Jemar Tisby doesn't agree. MPR News host Kerri Miller talked to the theologian and author in 2019 about his book, "The Color of Compromise," and again in 2021, in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder. This week, as we look ahead to a…
 
In classic literature, a hero goes forth to find great adventure and calamitous tragedy. But at the end of their journey, they often turn toward home. Don Winslow uses Greek and Roman literature as his muse as he launches his new trilogy with the book, “City of Fire.” Set in Rhode Island in the late 1980s, it chronicles the clashes of two crime fam…
 
Novelist Don Winslow has written hundreds of pages about America's war on drugs. He's taken readers into the labyrinth of Mexican cartels, revealed the cynical calculations made in the highest echelons of governments and laid bare the violence and the damage that flow from America's greed for drugs. This Friday, MPR Hews host Kerri Miller will talk…
 
In this episode Karen Andrews discusses: *How Karen found the power of Fascial Counterstrain, and changed her career as a result *The way that the "brain scan" directs you specifically to the part of the body that needs work *What makes Fascial Counterstrain so powerful *A method to determine if fascial protection exists in your body *How to releas…
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Susan Cornish from College Nannies, Sitters, and Tutors. You are probably going huh because most of my audience school a long time ago but I think you will find this really interesting as they are looking for people 50+. For those of you who are looking for an encore career, this is a really interesting way…
 
In episode 134 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Erik Francis (@maverikedu12), an educator, international presenter, and author of “Deconstructing Depth of Knowledge: A Method and Model for Deeper Teaching and Learning” published by Solution Tree and “Now That’s a Good Question! How to Promote Cognitive R…
 
Our special culinary episode with critic Eric Asimov includes the story of long-time Dylan bass player Tony Garnier’s delicious Christmas gumbo and Dylan’s wine-making venture, Planet Waves (“the wine has aged better than the album”). A fan since hearing “I Want You” the age of eight, Eric is “drawn to the atmosphere Bob creates. It’s misty. It’s a…
 
In 2014, after years of writing in relative obscurity, Emily St. John Mandel published a breakaway novel. “Station Eleven” was a huge hit, selling more than 1.5 million copies and receiving critical acclaim. It was even made into a television series by HBO Max. Eerily enough, “Station Eleven” was set in a world confronting a global pandemic. Her ne…
 
This special Brand Groupies Podcast episode is dedicated to our Brand Groupies X Cancer Cartel Spring Pop-up Shop event. We’ve partnered with Cancer Cartel to do a charity shopping night on April 28, 2022 from 5-8pm at Brand Groupies in Red Bank, NJ. Cancer Cartel was founded by three cancer survivors with the important mission to provide financial…
 
More than 60 million years ago, an object the size of a small city barreled into planet Earth, traveling at more than 22,000 miles per hour. That meteoroid, many scientists believe, triggered a set of cataclysmic climate changes and natural disasters that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. But what triggered the meteoroid? Lisa Randall, a part…
 
In this episode Jason Earle discusses: *The personal experiences that led him into the Mold business *A huge mold problem discovered at a major hotel in Hawaii, that led to gutting the whole building *The interesting phone call with his dad, that brought attention to his childhood illnesses and their cause *The day that all of Jason's symptoms went…
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Becca Levy author of Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live. Becca takes a different approach in discussing ageism and what to do about it. Read the following from her about section from her website: Dr. Becca Levy, the leading authority on how beliefs about…
 
Mari Fong interviews singer-songwriter Amos Lee and Dr. Melissa Boudin, psychologist and Clinical Director of Choosing Therapy. Amos Lee spent his life coping with anxiety and panic attacks which led him to be agoraphobic at the tender age of 10 years-old. Lee shares his panic attack recovery tools, and also how to best support someone with mood di…
 
When someone we deeply love dies, the grief can be overwhelming. But it also reveals a dichotomy in our brains. Neuroscience has learned that we are wired to keep two streams of information running simultaneously about those we love. One stream deals with the day-to-day reality, the memories. The other stream encodes the relationship into the brain…
 
00:44 - Pandemic Life Politics Healthcare Society Work 13:58 - Jay, Happiness, and Fulfillment Personal Development and Self-Discovery Brené Brown Glennon Doyle Elizabeth Gilbert Nihilism Manifestation Gratitude & Daily Journaling Morning Pages EarlyWords 29:09 - Witchcraft & Magic Intention and Ritual Terry Pratchett Franz Anton Mesmer The Placebo…
 
Max Porter's debut novel, "Grief is the Thing with Feathers," packs an emotional landslide into its slim 100 pages. The book features a grief-stricken father and his two young sons, unmoored by a great loss. Then Crow comes to the door. Not just a crow, but Crow. Sarcastic, wise and ripped from the pages of folklore, Crow tells the father that he w…
 
In this episode Dr. Egypt discusses: *Her personal story of healing from chronic health issues *How a housemate's plant-based cooking had a positive impact on her own health journey *A Vegan Raw diet *The key book "Eating For Beauty" by David Wolfe that prompted her to see food as medicine and try a variety of different healing practices *The need …
 
Description: This week I am speaking with Tammy Gooler Loeb author of Work from the Inside Out: Break Through Nine Common Obstacles and Design a Career That Fulfills You and podcast host of the Work from the Inside Out podcast. I had Tammy on the podcast way back in June of 2020 in episode 182 and that episode was called Networking and Remote Work …
 
In episode 133 of the Leader of Learning Podcast, Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) interviews Rachel Miller, founder and CEO of CloseGap (@closegap_org), a nonprofit company on a mission to improve the mental health of K-12 students. In the episode, Rachel discusses bridging the gap between public schools and mental health initiatives, developing in…
 
It feels like the COVID-19 pandemic launched a thousand conspiracies. From microchips in the vaccines, to using bleach to treat the virus, to a shadowy cabal controlling it all, vast swaths of America fell prey to false thinking. But it has also enflamed a conspiracy theory that has nothing to do with viruses and vaccines. Journalist Kelly Weill ha…
 
Jen Person is the President and Founder of Jeneration PR, an award-winning public relations and creative studio. Her mentorship and direction as Founder of the Profitable PR Pros community has led thousands of international boutique PR agency owners to quickly scale their businesses to six-figures and beyond.www.jenerationacademy.comwww.brandgroupi…
 
01:09 - Jenna’s Superpower: Being Super Human: Deeply rooted in what is human in tech The User is Everything 04:30 - Keeping Focus on the User Building For Themself Bother(!!) Users Walking A Mile In Your Users Shoes - Jamey Hampton 09:09 - Interviewing Users (Testing) Preparation Identifying Bias Getting Things Wrong Gamifying/Winning (Developer D…
 
In this episode Renee Bergmen discusses: *Working as a "detective" to discover the root causes of her client's symptomology *The combination of Functional lab work and holistic tools for healing * How her son's illness, as well as her own diagnosis of Lymphoma, changed her interest from Pre-Med to enrolling in FDN (Functional Diagnostic Program) *T…
 
Conspiracy theories are spreading faster than ever, thanks to social media. This Friday at 11 a.m., MPR News host Kerri Miller will talk about why people are susceptible to conspiracy theories with reporter Kelly Weill. In the meantime, enjoy this conversation from our recent archives. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe knows a thing or two about d…
 
Description: This week I have an interesting discussion with Ian Sanders, author of 365 ways to have a good day, a book I found thoroughly enjoyable, and more importantly, actionable and a time of disruption. I was first approached by Ian's publicist and I requested a copy of the book. As usual, I procrastinated. Reading the book, it may surprise s…
 
When news happens along the U.S.-Mexico border, stories about the region are often filled with statistics about crime or the consequences of policies that fail to address migration from the south to the north. But fiction often tells a more nuanced truth than straightforward reporting, and that’s what writer Mesha Maren does in her new novel, “Perp…
 
01:47 - Nyota’s Superpower: To hear and pull out people’s ideas to make them more clear, actionable, and profitable! Acknowledging The Unspoken Getting Checked 07:15 - Boundaries and Harmony 10:35 - News & Social Media Addiction Filtering Bias 18:54 - The Impact of AI 23:00 - Anyone Can Be A Freelance Journalist; How Change Happens Chelsea Cirruzzo…
 
In this episode Udo Erasmus discusses: *A discussion about his best selling book "Fats That Heal Fats That Kill" *How damaged molecules affect our health *A collaboration with a celebrity chef that led to his second book "Omega 3 Cuisine, Recipes for Health and Pleasure" (the only book with Omega 3 recipes) *The edge that pro athletes have used to …
 
This Friday, you’ll hear MPR host Kerri Miller’s conversation with novelist Mesha Maren. Her new book, “Perpetual West,” is set along the U.S.-Mexico border and explores the art, activism and identity of a divided community. It harkens back to a discussion Miller had in 2020 with Yaa Gyasi. Both Gyasi’s acclaimed debut novel, “Homecoming,” and her …
 
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