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Best Rantala podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Rantala podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This is Studiomouth, a weekly interview show. Wherever you are on life’s journey, you CAN make a difference. In this podcast, we cover a variety of topics – business, entrepreneurship, fitness, health, art, design, and spirituality, among others. We attempt to define leadership, find freedom, and figure out happiness. We explore all these through the art of conversation with our guests.
 
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This is a bonus clip supplement to the full interview, "Episode 11: Peter Muller, Raptor Aircraft." What happens when Peter Muller, a long-time Silicon Valley software engineer, with no prior airplane design experience, attempts to design one? One that will improve and increase size, comfort, and features, as well as reduce cost. By the way, Peter …
 
David Richman is the author of Winning in the Middle of the Pack. We discuss his upcoming work in 2017, Cycle of Lives. http://david-richman.com http://david-richman.com/cycle-of-lives/ David was inspired to use long distance running and cycling events to draw awareness to cancer ever since his sister fought cancer several years ago. Cycle of Lives…
 
Alanna Rantala is a pianist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s a proud parent of two children, a graduate of University of California at Davis and the New England Conservatory in Boston. She teaches piano to students of all ages. Alanna discusses her life journey, her new album Recognize, and a life-changing injury early in her musical career. To…
 
Gregg Clunis is a podcaster and freelancer. He hosts the terrific podcast, Tiny Leaps Big Changes. Already in its 100th episode, Gregg focuses on daily personal development tips solidly grounded in scientific evidence. One example is in episode 1, Gregg speaks about the impact that making lists has not only on your productivity, but on your brain. …
 
A great episode to get a taste of the ever-evolving world of Medicare, for you, your colleagues, and your family. Diane Daniels is host of the Medicare Nation podcast and owner of Senior Advisors for Medicare & Medicaid (SAMM) in the Tampa, Florida area. We discuss the world of Medicare, including Medicare basics, fraud, and additional coverage. We…
 
Thanks to Mark Dillon for connecting me with Lori. Does your mess stress you out? A professional organizer might be the answer. Lori Krolik shares her work, her life story, and some amazing tips. Lori Krolik’s business, More Time For You, was created in 1995 to help office professionals and families establish organized systems for the important thi…
 
Dr. Kate Levinson wrote a book that I think is one of the most important books you, your children, your friends, and your family could read. It’s titled Emotional Currency: A Woman's Guide to Building a Healthy Relationship with Money and it’s not just for women. As stated on Amazon, “By understanding our intimate history and relationship with mone…
 
I ask icebreaker questions before nearly every Studiomouth Podcast interview. I don’t usually include them in the final episode, so wanted to share a select number of responses. Previous guests featured on our Icebreaker Questions episode · Savvy Smith of Yoga Savvy · Zeph Rose · Yvonne Ericsson of Nordic Innovation House…
 
What happens when two veterans of the bakery business team up to start their own restaurant? Even with a lot of knowledge, hard work, inspiration, and support, it took several years for Denica and James Freitas to find the right formula. Today’s guest is Denica Freitas of Denica’s Real Food Kitchen. She and her husband James Freitas founded Denica’…
 
Required listening for young entrepreneurs. Howie Rhee is Managing Director, Student and Alumni Affairs, Duke Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative at Duke University. Howie is also my brother, and one of the most intellectually and culturally curious people I know. We talk about his work, his life, and his interests, which are wide-ranging.…
 
See the world through the eyes of these two students, Artnell Nolasco and Avery Godfrey, one on the East Coast, the other on the West Coast. Artnell Nolasco attends School of Cooperative Technical Education (Co-op Tech) in New York City. Artnell Nolasco grew up in the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, where the weather is terrific and the be…
 
So you want to start a podcast. Great! Or you are curious. That’s good, too. If you want to start your own podcast, in seven minutes I quickly discuss four topics, and expand on them on my website, studiomouth.com. These experiences are drawn from starting up my own podcast, Studiomouth, which I started in February 2015. This is simply a start, but…
 
Mark Dillon, host of the Organize Mindfully podcast, shares his story. Learn some professional organizing tips and ways to incorporate mindfulness in your life. This is a great episode whether you are organized or unorganized, and want to find a positive forum to learn more about organization from professional organizers. Mark Dillon is an up and c…
 
Cindy Jo “C. J.” Hinkleman talks about her journey through radio, film, and audiobooks, and shares what she's learned about sound, success, and life. Cindy Jo Hinkleman works as an award winning audiobook director and editor. She is also an audiobook coach through her class, “Unlock the Audiobook Mystery.” Cindy Jo originally worked in radio as a p…
 
Meet Pedro Shanahan. I attempt to keep up with him, his imagination, and his life. Pedro Shanahan is Spirit Guide for Seven Grand Whiskey Bar in Downtown Los Angeles and a member of The Actors’ Gang, among other talents.
 
How does a new startup succeed in Silicon Valley? Nordic Innovation House, located in Palo Alto, California, provides one model. For tech startups from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, or Denmark, they provide a variety of resources and connections to grow the business in the heart of Silicon Valley. Yvonne Ericsson is the Community Manager and we…
 
What does it take to make the music you want to make? Talent? Time? The right people? Luck? Jeffrey Ryan and I discuss all those things along with his childhood, life, and how he’s developed as a musician throughout the years. Jeffrey Ryan, Mitch Faris, Big Jon Bey, and Ray Owen are the band Ryan & Faris. They are based in Southern California and a…
 
While he listened to a variety of music growing up, Rick Taub initially started to play and perform music in his early 20’s, becoming a professional bass player in Blues, Jazz, and Soul. Rick Taub shares his musical journey in Los Angeles, starting at Babe’s and Ricky’s Inn, and around the world. Some of the legendary and well-known artists he’s pl…
 
How long does it take to find your groove, your passion? For many of us, it’s a constant search. Our guest Jon Schumacher is currently involved in a cool business he has co-created called Hangouts That Convert. For Jon, it’s been an interesting journey to get to this point. Jon Schumacher’s first career was as a physical therapist. From there, Jon …
 
If you had any choice, where would you live? Growing up in the Sacramento, California area, our guest Michelle Phi had a dream of living in Los Angeles. She finally got to move to LA about a year ago, working as a writer for PerezHilton.com and as a co-host on Afterbuzz TV. She talks about the draw of Los Angeles and how she likes it so far. Hear M…
 
If you think it’s tough leaving a job, imagine leaving a tenured teaching position behind. Vincent Wimbush left a career teaching Biblical Studies in a university setting to start his own organization. Learn more about Vincent’s life, his views on learning, religion, and interpreting texts and the world around us, and why he decided to leave the co…
 
If you need a reminder of how important it is to live more fully – or if are like me, need a kick in the pants to get off our collective lazy such-and-such – then this is the episode for you. Tony Ryals was born with Arthrogryposis, which causes joints not to function properly. In the case of Tony, the joints in his arms, legs, hands, and feet don’…
 
If this were a Woody Allen film, Seven Things You Wanted to Know about Harold Rhee But Were Too Afraid to Ask. Or not. Plus, Nancy and Harold Rhee review Blue Apron, TableRunner, and Munchery. Three services that want to help simplify the daunting task of figuring out what’s for dinner.
 
We are pleased to have Koy McDermott, founder of Leaders Inspire Leaders, as our guest. He is an entrepreneurial leadership coach, striving to help Millennials and others turn their passion into business. He also hosts his own podcast, and we discuss other projects he is working on during the episode. Koy McDermott lives in the Austin, Texas area a…
 
What happens when Peter Muller, a long-time Silicon Valley software engineer, with no prior airplane design experience, attempts to design one? One that will improve and increase size, comfort, and features, as well as reduce cost. By the way, Peter Muller is working on his airplane on the side, outside of his regular job. Check out our conversatio…
 
On The Legal Watchdog Podcast, one learns about some of the crazy legal situations that actually occur in courtrooms and wherever a legal question might come up, for example, arrests. While a legal podcast like this could be tough for listeners to understand, Michael Cicchini, Amy Kushner, and Matthew Perz do a great job of making it all accessible…
 
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