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Welcome to The Lonely Palette, the podcast that returns art history to the masses, one painting at a time. Each episode, host Tamar Avishai picks a painting du jour, interviews unsuspecting museum visitors in front of it, and then dives deeply into the object, the movement, the social context, and anything and everything else that will make it as neat to you as it is to her. For more information, visit thelonelypalette.com | Twitter @lonelypalette | Instagram @thelonelypalette.
 
There's always another festival. There's never enough money. Everyone believes in them. No one will distribute them. Their relationship is a work progress and their film is always a rough-cut. Watch this series about Susan Buice and Arin Crumley on the film festival circuit with their feature film debut: Four Eyed Monsters ...Series begins November 1st.
 
Bring the kids in for a discussion with William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg, cofounders of Moonbot Studios, an animation and storytelling company that develops engaging stories as books, films, apps, and games. At this event, you’ll hear about Moonbot’s latest projects for iPad, including Numberlys, IMAG•N•O•TRON, and the interactive book, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.
 
The Art a GoGo podcast features news, reviews and commentary about art that we hope is entertaining and accessible. Discussions about art news and museum exhibits in a clear, no nonsense style. Art speak is not spoken here, just art information without those nasty side effects. Want to learn more about art? We do too! Join us in our quest to explore the world of art. Our goal is to educate and entertain. Most of all, we want to encourage you to experience and enjoy art for yourself.
 
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I am very blessed to have had so many guests of the Off-Farm Income Podcast go on to success at very high levels. Jaleigh Oldenburg, who originally appeared on episode #689, found herself as an American Star Farmer Finalist this year! That is an incredible accomplishment, and JaLeigh certainly deserved to be there. Not only has JaLeigh developed a …
 
In this episode, Pat Oldenburg defines Total Addressable Market (TAM) and shares ServiceMax’s formula for calculating it. He describes how the pandemic has shifted the company and the process of discovering accounts, as well as how he’s thinking about sales and marketing alignment post-covid. Pat then offers great advice for someone looking to buil…
 
Tip Of The Week If you are considering whether or not to get a home alarm system to deter burglars, what about just putting up signs indicating you have a burglar alarm? You might consider this because the deterrent effect is the same. Rural Crime In The U.S. https://whobserver.com/how-farming-in-south-africa-became-a-full-scale-war/ Where The 2nd …
 
SHOW NOTES One of the earliest sources of off-farm income I ever profiled on the show was that of being a freelance writer. I have been very enthused about this source of income ever since. As a freelance writer you can work from literally anywhere, and that is just what a new farmer needs. This enables you to purchase land where it is priced in su…
 
SHOW NOTES Here are the show notes from the first time that Brent appeared on the show. I hope you enjoy envisioning his lifestyle just the same way that I did, and that this interview gives you some inspiration for your future business. KEY IDEAS: I am very excited to bring you this interview. Brent Legere is living what I think is probably one of…
 
SHOW NOTES Sign Up To Receive Our FFA Stories Newsletter! Email address: For years I have been jealous of those of you who never opened a social media account. By the time I developed that opinion I was well invested in social media for my business, and there was no changing that. Then, I put out an ad for a full-time, podcast producer and started …
 
We discuss another Netflix movie, again. It fails to impress, again. Even if it does manage to not look like shit, again. The star studded adaptation of a young adult reimagining of the Arthur Conan Doyle series, brings great music, fancy backdrops and not a lot else. PG Fleabag Enola can’t pull us into her mystery, but that might have to do with t…
 
SHOW NOTES: INTRODUCING HANNAH YORK! Hannah was originally on our show on episode #410 talking all about how she combines an eye for art with her knowledge of agriculture. I am proud to say that her talents took her all the way to become an American Star Finalist in 2020, and it was my pleasure to profile her again. Below are the show notes from th…
 
Tip Of The Week If you are committed to carrying, get a good holster. Here are affiliate links for the holsters I recommended in today’s episode: Rural Crime In The U.S. https://journalstar.com/news/state-and-regional/nebraska/exeter-man-found-with-more-than-200-dead-cattle-on-his-farm-set-for-sentencing/article_fd6cc2be-50b3-527d-8df…
 
In this episode, Michael Misiewicz talks about building a data science team, while breaking down what data science is, what his framework for it is, and giving insight into the many lessons he’s learned from his journey in building these teams. He offers advice to people who are looking to a build data science team and people who are looking to imp…
 
In this episode, Shade Vaughn talks about what Capgemini is doing to be able to deliver the right marketing at the right time, as well as what has recently shifted in terms of the marketing funnel and how he’s built a thriving talent pipeline in marketing. Shade speaks on how covid-19 has impacted his company and his marketing efforts and offers po…
 
In this episode, Sean Lane talks about the past, present, and future of the Revenue Era. He details the three eras we have had in the marketing industry, how they’ve differed from each other, and how our current era, the Revenue Era, is going to continue to evolve. Sean notes what impacts the Revenue Era is making on companies and customers, as wel…
 
The Guerrilla Girls, the self-professed "Conscience of the Art World," are a band of feminist activist artists, who have been wearing gorilla masks in public and using facts, humor, and outrageous visuals to expose gender bias, ethnic bias, and corruption in the art world since the mid-1980s. Join Tamar for a conversation with two of their founding…
 
SHOW NOTES On the Off-Farm Income Podcast we are always trying to solve the riddle of how can you become a farmer in the U.S. if you don’t already have any land or equipment? This show is about using entrepreneurship to create an agricultural business that will help you in this pursuit. This is the method that I used to get myself onto my own farm,…
 
SHOW NOTES In this week’s bonus episode I am revisiting episode #195. On this episode I was able to go “into the field” and interview Roy Austin, the owner of Goat Central, on location while we watched his Spanish goats do their work for a client. I hope you enjoy getting his perspective on a goat grazing business. KEY IDEAS: Roy Austin of Goat Cen…
 
SHOW NOTES INTRODUCING COLE KETTERLING: I am very proud to feature the 2020 American Star Farmer in today’s interview. Cole Ketterling and I did this interview prior to the National Convention, and he was later named as the American Star Farmer. It is easy to tell why he was selected. Cole is from North Dakota, and he is truly on his way to a full-…
 
SHOW NOTESSign Up To Receive Our FFA Stories Newsletter!Email address:We all know that farming is a lifestyle business. After all, if we invested the same amount of education, money, sweat, tears and money into any other business we would probably make a lot more money. But there is something about this lifestyle that makes it all worth it. There i…
 
Yes, the podcast still exists! We don’t pack it in at 150, but we are going to change it up in a bit. This is the first of three episodes I have left in the bank before we pivot to a new format, with new episodes of this podcast dropping intermittently when there is something to discuss. For now, a Netflix new release for 2020, The Devil All The Ti…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING COLE SCHOCK!The FFA does a better job of getting students ready for the career world than any other high school program that I know of. This is a very good thing, and it can create a question - should I go straight to work or should I go to college. Today, that question is more valid than it has been in decades. The price of t…
 
Tip Of The WeekKeep your phone on you and use it (understand when to confront)Rural Crime In The U.S.https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/archive/2020/11/04/mrw-more-than-2-dozen-cows-horses-slaughtered-this-year-in-central-utah-10k-reward-offered-for-information/#.X6Vgdi9h2J8https://denver.cbslocal.com/2020/11/01/trevor-george-babysitter-killed/Where…
 
In this episode, Brendan Dell defines a narrative strategy for us and describes his framework for building a successful narrative strategy. He gives valuable insight into how to implement it into your company, how you should think about differentiating yourself, and he even outlines an effective way to put your narrative on your website. Contact Br…
 
SHOW NOTESAs part of my journey in agricultural podcasting I have found myself as the editor and producer of the Bulkloads Podcast. The Bulkloads Podcast is part of Bulkloads.com, which is a service for truck drivers hauling bulk freight. Naturally this is related to agriculture with all of the hauling of bulk commodities around the country.I was r…
 
In this episode, Linden Hillenbrand talks about customer success and leading teams, emphasizing the importance of communication and prioritizing your customers and employees. He speaks on how he scaled Cloudera, how customer success and customer support fit together, and the impact of the pandemic on his company. Linden also offers powerful advice …
 
In this episode, Kelly Hopping talks about product-led growth strategies, emphasizing the power of and value in customer reviews. She speaks on why they’re so critical for business growth, especially in 2020, how they’re changing the future of marketing, and how you can start collecting product reviews for your business. Kelly offers insight into G…
 
In this episode, Shelly Kulesza talks about the concept of failing fast and walks us through the mental model of it, detailing how we can think about it in a positive light to spur growth in ourselves and our organization. She also shares her executive perspective on finding the motivation to fail fast and how you can find that motivation too. Cont…
 
SHOW NOTESHere are the show notes from the first time that I ran this episode. I hope this is helpful to you as navigate the tricky waters of dealing with customers who pay slow!KEY POINTS: 80% of small businesses receive late payments - paysimple64% of small businesses have clients who don't pay for 60 days - Wall Street JournalIn agriculture, jus…
 
In this episode, Susan Norgaard talks about the perils of marketing attribution, detailing how Avalara implemented a multi-touch attribution model and noting what she would have done differently. Susan has learned a lot throughout that project, so she’s here to give her valuable input on the proper way to approach a multi-touch model, why it benefi…
 
In this episode, Mike Pugh talks about going from executive to super executive with the three pillars of his executive framework. He speaks on what it’s like to be a conflict management coach, some of the common issues he sees in the world of startups, and the best way to handle conflict and too much complexity in business. Mike also offers insight…
 
In this episode, Andy Jolls talks about category creation and design, detailing what it is, its significance, and what may happen to your company if you don’t categorize it. He offers great insight into how to design your category and why it’s important to get your category definition correct. Andy also provides the first few steps you will need to…
 
In this episode, Ciaran talks about his plan to go from consulting to sales, effective sales strategies for the European market, and offers powerful advice for companies looking to work with foreign entities in other countries. He details what it’s like to build a high performing sales team in Europe and shares his candid thoughts on company cultur…
 
In this episode, Danny Nail talks about what Account-Based Marketing (ABM) entails, along with what is needed to scale accounts with ABM, including intent, Ideal Customer Profile (ICP), synergies between accounts, and more. He offers insight into the core principles of ABM and his framework for executing it successfully, emphasizing the significanc…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING WILL KELLUM!As I continued on interviewing American Star Finalists for 2020, I got to my interview with William Kellum, an American Star Finalist in agribusiness. William comes from the small town of Jefferson City in Georgia. He is now studying electrical engineering at the University Of Georgia.During high school William and…
 
In this episode, Anish Jariwala talks about the secret ingredients of success in marketing, especially in critical times such as 2020, as well as the transition from traditional marketing to ABM and his three C’s for improving marketing efforts. He details a few ways you can figure out the right accounts for your company and gauge interest in those…
 
SHOW NOTESSign Up To Receive Our FFA Stories Newsletter!Email address:I ran across a very interesting article this week about a research project at the University Of Texas in Austin. A group of researchers has developed an artificial soil that can capture moisture from the atmosphere overnight and then release it into the soil when the temperatures…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING JAKE BAGBY!I rarely interview FFA students with agriscience research projects for the supervised agricultural experiences, but when I do it always fascinating. Today's episode is no different.As I continue on with my interviews of American Star Finalists I get to speak with Jake Bagby. Jake is from Stephenville, Texas and he i…
 
SHOW NOTESHere are the links to the stories that we covered this week. I hope the tips and advice in this episode can help you prevent crime on your farms!Tip Of The WeekLearn how to mentally rehearse crisis scenariosRural Crime In The U.S.https://cdllife.com/2020/lawmaker-says-charges-against-trucker-swarmed-by-protesters-are-disgusting/https://ke…
 
In this episode, Rishi Mallik talks about leading growth marketing in B2B companies. Rishi also explains the growth mindset and how to utilize it in funnel optimization and across the customer journey. We discuss the framework for growth marketing and its critical parts. Contact Rishi Mallik | Follow us on LinkedIn…
 
In this episode, Aaron Ballew talks about implementing an agile framework into marketing, specifically why he decided to implement it in his marketing department, how he eased the minds of his team during this change, and how they think about marketing performance after the transition to agile marketing. Aaron also offers insight into why engineers…
 
SHOW NOTESI have been very excited to release this episode. In our interview with Aaron Tiemeyer, talking about his mobile seed cleaning business, we uncover a trend that is happening in farming. In a previous episode we did about mobile grain roasting our guest notified us that he believed his business would work because smaller farmers were being…
 
SHOW NOTESHere are the show notes from my first interview with Adam Kline. I wanted to go back to these great interviews on farm succession over the past two bonus episodes. Let me know if you have any questions:I would like to introduce you to Adam Kline this week. Adam is a business succession attorney with Bose McKinney & Evans LLP in Indianapol…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING MADDIE FUGATE!The level of maturity that I see in FFA students is like no other population of youth that I have ever seen. Today's guest, Maddie Fugate, demonstrates this unbelievably well.Early on in Maddie's FFA career she knew that she wanted to achieve at a high level. As a freshman in high school she was thinking that bec…
 
SHOW NOTESSign Up To Receive Our FFA Stories Newsletter!Email address:There is an exciting new opportunity emerging for small businesses in rural areas across America. We talk about this in today's episode as well as the significance of a short pitchfork. We hope you enjoy this show!Where Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald Can Be Heard:t. Member Of…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING BLAKE KIRCHHOFF!Blake Kirchhoff was on the Off-Farm Income Podcast not too long ago in episode #380. At that time I was speaking with him about his 2017 National Proficiency Award in forage production. Now he is back on the show as an American Star Winner! He was named the 2020 American Star in Agribusiness due to his incredib…
 
SHOW NOTESHere are the links to the stories that we covered this week. I hope the tips and advice in this episode can help you prevent crime on your farms!Tip Of The WeekMeet a deputy and go to a community meeting at your local Sheriff's Office.Rural Crime In The U.S.https://www.wctv.tv/2020/10/23/shooter-confesses-to-nearby-farmer-after-double-mur…
 
In this episode, Maria White shares insights about getting comfortable in a remote environment and building the right mindset for virtual meetings. She also shares some great insights on how sellers can build an emotional connection with the prospects and have an impact on their virtual sales meetings. Contact Maria White | Follow us on LinkedIn…
 
SHOW NOTESThe world of agricultural podcasting is a small one. I have been saying for years that we need more agricultural people to jump into this space. On today's show we are lucky enough to profile somebody who has!Jason Medows launched his agricultural podcast, Ag State Of Mind, just over a year ago, and he got off to a great start. Based on h…
 
On our Tuesday episode this week I answered a listener's question about how to get started in farming. I talked quite a bit about farm transition and actually messaged him privately suggesting that he listen to episodes 20 and 22 of the Off-Farm Income Podcast when I interviewed John Baker and Adam Kline about how to do this.Since those episodes ar…
 
SHOW NOTESINTRODUCING MIKARA ANDERSON! If you want to know who the elite, future agricultural leaders are you need not look any further than the American Star Finalists in the FFA. In today's episode I am lucky enough to profile Mikara Anderson. She is a finalist for the award of American Star Farmer in 2020.Mikara grew up on a small acreage in Pen…
 
SHOW NOTESSign Up To Receive Our FFA Stories Newsletter!Email address:Today I give a brief update on a major accident I had on the farm as well as a nice story about helping a military veteran get their start farming in one of the most beautiful spots of California. After that I spend a lot of time talking about a listener question and why the fact…
 
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