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Best Mariposa Leadership podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Mariposa Leadership podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Nina West is a visual artist with a skill for drawing in black and white. She shares her process and inspirations which include studying mythic origins and sometimes puns. She describes her personal drawings of familiar and strange suburban landscapes and also her currency collages which are steeped with meaning. http://ninananettewest.com/ https:/…
 
Steve Klimes has brought together his work, community, and hobby into one studio and he wants to keep on doing it, in Little Five Points. Steve explains how he transforms his warehouse factory where he makes and sells natural treats, at Mariposa Pops into a vibrant spot for photographers, models, and various other Atlanta creatives called, "Dragonf…
 
Stephen Churn instructs, leads, and volunteers in many capacities around Atlanta. We talk about his special program, "I Am College" which is geared toward, "inspiring at-risk youth to believe that they have what it takes to be successful in life." We also dig into the unique challenges presented by being a youth mentor and his experience around the…
 
Jackie and Jessie Kovarovics share their design story. Project FDL creates custom made dart launchers that hit harder, shoot faster, and look really cool. We discuss ProjectFDL's evolution from personal hobby into family business and look forward to their future making with help from their new PATREON! projectfdl.com instagram.com/projectfdl instag…
 
Sue Bethanis hosts Samir Arora, Founder & Group CEO of Sage Digital. At Sage, Samir is building a platform for experts, publishers and businesses: Sage Plus for Experts currently is an invite-only platform for experts, talent and celebrities and their teams.Samir has frequently been featured and quoted over the years, including on the cover of MacW…
 
Sue Bethanis hosts Jeff Mounzer, VP of Product Management at Qventus, an AI-based software platform that helps hospital teams make better operational decisions in real-time, with positive impacts to financial performance and patient experience. Qventus addresses operational challenges across the hospital including emergency departments, perioperati…
 
Sue hosts Cheryl Cran, a future of work expert and founder of nextmapping.com. She is the author of 7 books including her new book released this year, "NextMapping - Anticipate, Navigate & Create the Future of Work", as well as the best-seller, “The Art of Change Leadership - Driving Transformation In a Fast Paced World.” Cheryl has been named a #1…
 
Sue hosts Nikita Lukianets, Founder and CTO of PocketConfidant AI, 24/7 virtual coaching technology. He is also a founder and researcher at Open Ethics initiative, fostering the inclusive dialogue between experts and citizens to design systems where humans and AI successfully work together. Nikita has an MBA degree in innovation management and a te…
 
Quidditch is a fictional sport invented by author J. K. Rowling for her fantasy book series Harry Potter. It is a sport played by witches and wizards riding flying broomsticks. In this episode, we will hear from the hosts of a local Quidditch event, Kristin Gwin and Kate Jacobsen, from the Cobb County Library System talking about Muggle Quidditch. …
 
Double Primer Episode 43 "The Lonely Island is a now a household name, because their Digital shorts on Saturday Night Live have gathered thousands of millions of views. The real life names of the comedy performers are: Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone. On December 17, 2005 Schaeffer directed his fellow members along with Chris Parnel…
 
Double Primer Episode 42 Sean and Tanju recover their experiences from the much anticipated collaboration between Kennesaw's Art Station and Marietta's Makerstation. We talk about Free Comics Day as well as the various fandoms represented including: Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Alien, and many more. The Art Station The Maker Station Zip Your Bird (B…
 
Double Primer Episode 39 Sean and Tanju talk about many different topics this week. Obsessions include: rare metals, rock climbing, jiu jitsu, ninjas, and even hand drawn circuit diagrams. 00:00 – Introduction: Rare Earth Mining04:55 – What's Trending: Olympic Committee recommends four new sports for 202414:00 – Topic: Lazy Artist comic by @nellucn…
 
Sue Bethanis hosts Thomas Davenport, one of the top three business/technology analysts in the world, one of the 100 most influential people in IT, and one of Fortune’s top 50 business school professors. Tom is a world-renowned thought leader and author, is the President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson Co…
 
Double Primer Episode 38 Sean and Tanju are joined by special guest: Caroline Dunn who is a finalist in an Alexa Development Program. She discusses all the phases of her project from the inspiration of a running marathons, to teaching herself to code, and ultimately into making a tool to help people pick their outfits before they run, themselves. C…
 
Double Primer Episode 37 Sean and Tanju are joined once again by special guest Bret Lanius. We dig into how acting has changed with different filming techniques. We talk about various box related projects. And, it all comes together with a plan for a future box related show. 00:00 – Introduction: Rosa Salazar and Ian Mckellen10:30 – What's Trending…
 
Double Primer Episode 36 Sean is joined by special guest Alex Bailey who shares his experiences teaching English abroad in Korea and Japan as well as his new life as a Law Student. We gossip about reality show hit, "Terrace House," we discuss some legal cases, and then Sean reveals a mysterious musical benefactor behind this podcast. 00:00 – Introd…
 
Double Primer Episode 35 Sean introduces Tanju to the concept of Hyperreality and later to Clement Greenberg's AVANT GARDE AND KITSCH. We touch on digital fonts, calligraphy and branding. And Sean shares his most spectacular failure in the sandbox of Instagram involving mythological monsters. Sean shares his struggle making Lego Portrait Paintings …
 
Sean and Tanju are joined by special guest Bret Lanius, a maker who also works in the film industry of Atlanta. Sean shares the inspiration of Booth's insights into understanding Irony, IRL. Tanju updates us on the first of his bespoke hangboards going into the world and the reactions. Bret chimes in with his take on the irony, making, and everythi…
 
Sean asks Tanju and Special guest Jared: what is a Baker's Gross? Tanju talks fatherhood with the help of Irish Playwright Brendan Behan. "Never throw stones at your mother,You'll be sorry for it when she's dead,Never throw stones at your mother,Throw bricks at your father instead." Later, Sean and Jared talk about painting using digital photograph…
 
Sean confuses Tanju with obscure jokes about 18th century Swedish poet and author Carl Michael Bellman. Tanju talks about his foray into learning stencil making for graphic art and signage. 00:00 – Introduction: Bellman Jokes02:00 – Trending: Spotify Purchased Gimlet Media09:00 – Sean's Inspiration: Carl Michael Bellman30:10 – Tanju's Work: Stencil…
 
This week Tanju mentions a reason he's not good at making money and highlights another Instagram account that he finds inspiring: @ramonartful Sean talks about involvement with the NFL Green program and later recalls all the ways that his plans for senior year of college failed that laid the foundation for future work. 00:00:00 – Trending: Laser Cu…
 
Double Primer is a double dose of creativity and inspiration. Each week one of us shares a thing that inspires us and the other shares a creative project being worked on, all centered around the greater metro Atlanta maker and art scenes. And then we switch the following week. This week Sean's inspiration topic is 15th Century Spanish artist Bartol…
 
Wednesday January 16, 2019 First we discuss web-comic, author Nathan W. Pyle who combines friendly illustrations with thoughts on the modern condition. Our second topic is paintings on pizza boxes. We also mention a fake newspaper trending on twitter, our patron saints of "making," and what we fixed this week. instagram.com medium.com Pizza Box Pai…
 
Jessy is back talking about a fun book series called, "The Kingkiller Chronicle" by Patrick Rothfuss. We discuss what makes the story appealing and what makes it stand out from all the other fantasy series out there. We also touch on the upcoming plans for a live action show in what is the latest big budget adaptation of a sword and sorcery novel. …
 
Jessy is the Facility Coordinator for The Art Station Big Shanty. Big Shanty is a public art complex in Kennesaw that is home to a number of great programs. Jessy talks about the growing local art scene and the special niche the Art Station fits for that community. artstationcobb.org facebook.com/artstationcobb nstagram.com/artstationcobb…
 
Sue Bethanis hosts Dr. Martin Lanik, author of the business bestseller The Leader Habit: Master the Skills You Need to Lead–in Just Minutes a Day and CEO of Pinsight. His habit-forming career development solutions focus on 5-minute practice sessions woven throughout the day. Martin’s research-based formula has helped thousands of executives achieve…
 
Sue hosts Mary Abbajay, President and Founder of Careerstone Group, LLC, a woman-owned professional development consultancy that delivers leading-edge talent and organizational development solutions.Mary brings 20 years of experience in leadership positions, a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management, and post-graduate certificates from Georget…
 
Ryan Bosley is the Founder and Director of a nonprofit that is hosting its first annual, "Cut the Bullying Event." Alongside newly local barber Dexter Elam, an incredible amount of community members are participating. These men share all the resources and events that will be going down as well as explain why a festival focused on Anti-bullying is s…
 
Tony Jordan is back to share his experience with Atlanta's Pianos for Peace Festival. Pianos for Peace is both a nonprofit philanthropic organization and a month long event that celebrates art, music, and community. Artists have painted 50 pianos that will be all over the greater Atlanta area in the month of September available for people to play a…
 
Tony Jordan is the site manager of an art community center in Atlanta by day and the founder of a nonprofit All Walks of Life, by night. He formed this program in Savannah, Georgia and is now bringing it to Atlanta where he, his wife, and his long time artist collaborator, Ren are hoping to take AWOL it to a whole other level. Jordan talks about be…
 
Roxanne and Ashley are back. Earlier we discussed celebrating fandoms in convention, today we talk about being fans. We hit on current faves, Meteor Garden and West World as well as curating favorite shows. We also hit on the current trends in prestige programming and why some people call this time a Golden Age of Television. https://www.instagram.…
 
Roxanne Thompson, the Art Specialist, and Ashley Miller, The Library Assistant Senior share their experience programming a comic themed convention. This event was a huge success for the public as well as many vendors, musicans, gamers, makers, and cosplaying fans. We discuss the evolution of conventions and the unique situation of programming for a…
 
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