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Jim Stengel, former CMO of the largest marketer in the world (Procter & Gamble), and now small company entrepreneur sits down for intimate conversations with the most dynamic CMOs from all over the industry. This is not your typical marketing podcast, this is a unique look at the thought process and motivation of the CMO. Jim, who put purpose on the map gets in depth with each guest to reveal more about this pivotal role every brand seeks to fill. Through personal and revealing discussions J ...
 
Ever wonder why so many people love Madison, Wisconsin? Are you curious why they fell in love with this capital city, sitting on an isthmus? Then you've come to the right place, this show is just for you. It doesn't matter if you're brand new to town or a long time resident looking for new adventures, the I Love Madison Show will help you get connected to the people, places, and events in this town, that speak to your lifestyle.
 
Welcome to the Royal Ranger Podcast. This is the podcast were we explore the world of Royal Rangers. Whether your a commander, a dad or mom, a ranger, or your completely new to this amazing ministry, stay tuned as we page through the log books of our journeys and lay plans for the next great adventure. After all life is a journey one adventure at a time.
 
The home of several shows “NoBoBuMe” hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden; and our other shows “Inside The Goblin Universe”, “Side Show Safari”; and “Portals of Perception”. where we explore The Inside The Goblin Universe Hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden and Ronald Murphy. Each addresses fable lands, creatures, cryptids, ideas, concepts, as well as, It focuses on enlightening the listener with very informative and entertaining topics.
 
Do you like puns? Do you particularity enjoy punny headlines in newspapers? Would you like to hear masses of them recited in quick succession? If so, you’ll probably enjoy Punwatch. Punwatch is a game show in which 3 or 4 funny people try to guess the correct pun-ish headline attached to various news stories from the week. Some of the puns are brilliant, some of them awful, and some are such tenuous stretches they’d make Lilia Stepanova wince (look her up). Either way, there’s lots of ‘em. E ...
 
If you like this show, support it giving a 5 star and a comment! The 9Gs Podcast - An Aviation Podcast was created to share the journey and experiences of professional aviators. Launched in March 2020 in the middle of one of the toughest times in the 21st century, it allows the growing audience to get an insight view of the professional and amateur aviation world. From Bush pilots, Commercial aviators to Fighter pilots, the guests will share their unique journey relating multiple aviation st ...
 
Ten-minute tales from the road from travel pro Doug Wallace offer up travel tips and trends, insider intel on hot hotels and travel essentials, culinary adventure, spa treats, sanity splurges, bucket-list tweaking and city-guide must-do lists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Andréa Mallard is the Chief Marketing Officer at Pinterest, one of the largest social companies in the world and a visual discovery engine for finding ideas like recipes, home and style inspiration, and more. Pinterest was founded in 2009 and has roughly 440 million active users per month. Andréa has been the CMO for two years and is Pinterest's fi…
 
This week we go back to our hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. Chante Mallard hit Gregory Biggs with her car in the early morning hours one day, and left him there to die. Sources for this episode: The New York Times - Details Disputed in Death of Man Lodged in Windshield Fox News - Windshield Killer Take Stand in Sentencing Hearing Fox News - Timeline…
 
Netball New Zealand has confirmed a four-match Constellation Cup series between the Silver Ferns and Australia Diamonds in March. The tournament was originally scheduled for last September before being postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The first two matches on March 2 and 3 will be played in Christchurch, before moving north to Tauranga for t…
 
Jacinda Ardern is picking out housing as a major theme for her second term in government. The Prime Minister has been discussing her agenda for the year, at Labour's first caucus meeting of the year in Nelson. Herald political reporter Jason Walls has been there. He told Kate Hawkesby Ardern has set the ball rolling on a series of announcements, ba…
 
Stephen attempts to build his Christmas gift from Tiff, piece by piece. Once he successfully constructs his new pencil sharpener, the two sit down to discuss “Secret Santa”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on December 10, 2009. "Sit down on my lap and there will be no doubt!" Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office…
 
When it comes to stuff we complain about, the list is long. And now the Commerce Commission has this week come up with some hard data on it. Air NZ topped the list of this country’s most complained about businesses last year. Which is not surprising given the year we had with the chaos brought on by Covid which saw the airline have to shunt people …
 
Well it’s all on this morning, unfolding as we speak. The undoing of President Trump's tenure in the White House, the swearing in of Joe Biden is but moments away. It's definitely one of the most unusual inaugurations in American history. The thing about Washington and around the White House and the Lincoln Memorial and the Mall.. it's all so beaut…
 
Donald Trump has left the White House and Washington DC for a final time as commander-in-chief. The Republican president departed the White House with his wife Melania, saying it had been a great honour to serve. Martha Joynt Kumar is a Co-Founder and Director for the White House Transition Project. She told Kate Hawkesby the White House changeover…
 
Joe Biden is about to be sworn is as the 46th President of the United States. He's arrived at the US Capitol in Washington DC for his inauguration ceremony - and is due to take the oath of office. 25,000 armed troops are guarding the ceremony, due to fears of unrest. Biden has already announced a raft of executive orders, aimed at dealing with Covi…
 
This week we head on down to the land down under, Australia! We hear about how a shark in a public aquarium got sick and caused the start of a crazy police investigation that went from a missing body to a murder! Sources for this episode: Wikipedia - The Shark Arm Case Newspapers.com - Death of Reginald Holmes Trove - What Sick Shark Revealed Suppo…
 
A wristband created by a British health technology firm is helping people track the wellbeing of their friends, family and employees in lockdown. The gadget, which links to a mobile phone app and web interface, has two buttons, one yellow and one blue. The idea is that you press the yellow one if you are feeling happy, and the blue one if you are s…
 
Firms are more optimistic about the economy this year, and more willing for hiring and investment. That's according to one recruiter who says that 2021 might be the year to ask for a raise. After last year's economic uncertainty, many businesses are now looking to expand. Shannon Barlow, from Frog Recruiter, told Kate Hawkesby women might have a ha…
 
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday explicitly blamed President Donald Trump for the deadly riot at the Capitol, saying the mob was “fed lies” and that the president and others “provoked” those intent on overturning Democrat Joe Biden’s election. Ahead of Trump's historic second impeachment trial, McConnell's remarks were his most s…
 
'Significant Media Bias During Cannabis Referendum’, imagine my surprise in seeing that headline after new analysis was carried out on how the media covered the lead up to the cannabis and euthanasia referendums. A clear bias emerged in the coverage of the cannabis debate. No kidding. I was saying that all along, and it felt like I was talking to a…
 
The number of players in hard quarantine swelled to 72 ahead of the Australian Open after a fifth positive coronavirus test was returned from the charter flights bringing players, coaches, officials and media to Melbourne for the season-opening tennis major. That means they won't be allowed to leave their hotel rooms or practice for 14 days, creati…
 
A call for the country's best brains to come up with some innovation to speed up our goal of eradicating stoats, possums and rats from New Zealand. This is the predator-free 2050 goal, and the people running it are asking developers and graduates to bring their ideas to the table. Abbie Reynolds is the chief executive of predator-free 2050. She joi…
 
Hazardous drinking rates jumped over the Covid-19 lockdown last year, says Alcohol Healthwatch executive director Dr Nicki Jackson. Her claims are backed up by the Ministry of Health's data on emergency department attendances. The number of attendances in May 2020 was higher by 200 visits than a year earlier, with roughly 400 more visits in both Ju…
 
There are worrying holes in Auckland Transport's new annual fare plan. About half of bus and rail services are getting a price hike of around four per cent, which is up to 35 cents. Greater Auckland Director Matt Lowrie warns it's off-putting for passengers, who'll choose their car instead. He says if we're putting up public transport fares, we sho…
 
I thought a lot over summer – as I’m sure many of us did, just how lucky we are to be able to get out and about, attend concerts and festivals, mingle with each other, travel around the place, eat out, conduct our normal lives. I don’t think we take that for granted. Especially when we see the pictures from overseas where countries still ravaged by…
 
In this episode, I was lucky enough to chat with Sam Moore of Fist Hand Wear. We chat about his drive to succeed, his motivation to create gloves and what he looks for in an athlete. His drive is second to none and his positivity is infectious. I hope you enjoy the listen. Huge thanks to our supporters: Canyon Bikes- Canyon.com The leading company …
 
Mike, Bill Yadesky and Tiffany Silver Braun are back for more Disney Afternoon discussion! First, they talk about the Disney Afternoon programming block itself and what made it special. Then they discuss Bill's favorite series - Talespin, followed by the terror that flaps in the night himself, Darkwing Duck! Other shows discussed include Goof Troop…
 
Well before I started it, I thought what a lovely long holiday I have stretching in front of me. And then we had Christmas and the frenzy that is Christmas, with all the ensuing shopping, wrapping, cooking, cleaning, planning, and, most importantly, eating. Then BAM, it’s festival season, and if you have kids at festival attending age, you’ll know …
 
The U.K. government plans to offer a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to every adult by September as the nation's health care system battles the worst crisis in its 72-year-history. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Sunday that the government will soon begin a trial of round the clock injections at some locations as it continues to add more vaccina…
 
Instead of training for up to five hours a day as they prepare for the Australian Open, 72 players find themselves unable to leave their hotel rooms under quarantine rules -- and a number of them are vocally expressing their frustrations. Some are not only frustrated. Covid-19 Quarantine Victoria Commissioner Emma Cassar said on Sunday that there h…
 
An alarming glimpse into New Zealand's workplace culture. The Council of Trade Unions has conducted a survey that's found 42 percent of New Zealanders have experienced or observed workplace bullying. Although the percentage has lowered slightly since the year before, CTU Secretary Melissa Ansell-Bridges says it's still far too high. "Having that ma…
 
A top public health expert is calling for tougher measures to keep New Zealand Covid free, including a five-day hotel quarantine before travellers board international flights. Otago University public health professor Nick Wilson is also calling for quarantine facilities to be moved out of Auckland, saying it is putting the largest city at risk of y…
 
124 - Youkoso, Youkoso!! A new season of anime is upon us and that means first episodes!! My goodness Lindsay and Dustin watched a lot of shows this time around so get your notes pulled up on your phone as we walk you through what to watch and what to pass on... and what has boobs, we know that's the one you're really here for so jot it down.…
 
At just 24 years of age, Alex Fisher has already started his own seaplane company, has flown seaplanes internationally, is a Seaplane Pilots Association of Australia committee member, and at the start of his career set the Australian record for the youngest person to fly solo around Australia! So much accomplished at such a young age.…
 
Stephen and Tiff start an employee of the month program and realize they don’t actually have any employees. They get back to work, log into their lithium powered laptops, and reluctantly discuss “Scott’s Tots”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on December 3, 2009. "I've made some empty promises in my life. But hands down, that was the …
 
“Our Outpost Eats This For Breakfast” I my experiences within Royal Rangers and in all my research and studies over the years I have to whole heartedly agree with Peter Drucker that culture eats strategy for breakfast. Culture is the most important thing that leaders cultivate within their Outpost. Of course, vision and clarity of [...] The post Ou…
 
In this episode, hear Jim moderate Innovators Who Made The Impossible Possible, a panel hosted by Contentsquare. Contentsquare is an analytics platform that captures and analyzes every digital interaction on your website or app to tell you what content is working and what’s falling flat. On this panel, we have Alexis Lanternier, the EVP of eCommerc…
 
We are giving you all a sneak peek into what’s available monthly with any subscription on our Patreon channel. Please enjoy our very first monthly Express-o Shot! We go over four crazy funny crimes that have happened in this quick little shot. Sources for this episode: sources to be uploaded soon Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CWMCp…
 
Do you remember rushing home after school to watch your favorite Disney shows? Mike, Bill Yadesky and Tiffany Silver Braun do, and they're all together to discuss them all! In part 1 of a special two-part series, they talk about some of the earliest shows, including The Wuzzles, The Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Fluppy Dogs, Ducktales (woo-oo!), R…
 
123 - Youkoso, Youkoso!! 2020 is finally over and now we can take a quick look back at the best and worst Anime of the year. You know, before we suppress it until old age. But wait, there's more! Aside from Lindsay and Dustin's best and worst, we'll also cover the worst single episodes we covered all year and maybe there's a surprise or something t…
 
Showing an interest in aviation at an early age, Emma was given a chance to jump straight into floats in New Zealand before making the move to Australia, being thrown in the deep end to run a floatplane operation in the croc infested waters of the Northern Territory. Support On the Step via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thatmallardguy Follow me o…
 
Tiff is unimpressed by Stephen’s twirl. After reluctantly downgrading to a spin, the two discuss “Shareholder Meeting”.This episode of “The Office” originally aired on November 19, 2009. "Hate to break it to you Oscar, but some of us like boobs." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S6E1…
 
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