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Making Key Changes

Lori Schwartz Reichl

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Making key changes in our working or living situations can be difficult. Join Dr. Lori Schwartz Reichl each week as she poses questions for reflection and offers actionable key changes to implement in our daily lives. Each episode contains mentorship and motivation to help organizations, teams, and individuals create and maintain a shared vision in collaboration with those we love, serve, and lead. Unlock the greatest potential of all contributors! Learn more: https://MakingKeyChanges.com/
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Welcome to Risk Management: Brick by Brick! Join Jason Reichl on his journey to discover the crucial role technology plays in risk management in the construction sector. Accompanied by industry-leading risk managers, this podcast will deep-dive into the people who are helping to build and maintain the physical world around us.
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This is the Kasalanan Maging Poorita Podcast, where we break the myth that pagiging mahirap is your fate, at mas madaling manatiling mahirap. In this digital age, where free information is readily available, knowledge is inevitable. But knowledge is no longer power without using it and putting it into action. Kaya, kung pinanganak ka mang mahirap, it’s no longer an excuse for you to die in the same state. The podcast show aims to enrich every Filipino with knowledge and strategies about unco ...
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Slow Readers

Daniel Gonzalez

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Daniel Gonzalez and Gabriel Mara tempt fate by discussing books, reading, and trying to read in today's busy world. For the book lovers, the light readers, the speed readers, and for those who show up for the company!
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This Is TASTE

Aliza Abarbanel & Matt Rodbard

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If you're a fan of smart and lively conversations about food, home cooking, and culture, this is the place. We interview the most interesting characters in the world of food, media, and cookbooks and release episodes several times a month. The program is hosted by TASTE editors Aliza Abarbanel and Matt Rodbard, and is sometimes recorded live at Rizzoli Bookstore in New York City. Visit TASTE online: tastecooking.com
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Where is the House of Crouse? It's everywhere and nowhere. It's in your imagination and in your headphones. Hosted by Richard Crouse, it's a gathering place for interesting people to hang out and share stories. Upcoming guests to the House of Crouse include Amy Schumer, Josh Gad, Daniel Radcliffe and many more! Come by every Monday for a new episode, curl up on the coach and see who has stopped by.
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Radio Cherry Bombe

The Cherry Bombe Podcast Network

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Radio Cherry Bombe features interviews with the most interesting people in the world of food. Each week, host Kerry Diamond, founder and editor of the indie magazine Cherry Bombe, talks to the chefs, bakers, creatives, and entrepreneurs making it happen. Follow @cherrybombe on Instagram for show news and more, and visit cherrybombe.com/radio-cherry-bombe for transcripts and past episodes. Thank you to Tralala for our theme song, "All Fired Up." Produced by The Cherry Bombe Podcast Network
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A life of fulfillment starts with understanding your values. And when you know what truly motivates you, you can accomplish extraordinary things. Welcome to the Discover Your Values podcast, where each week we hear unique perspectives on human values with leaders who inspire us to explore the depth of our potential.
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Our series is for anyone who cares for or about children. We explore how those who influence children can help cultivate the skills young people need to handle stress, manage emotions, relate to others and thrive.
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The best chat bot podcast out there! Amazing interviews and information to help you learn and put into action all of your bot desires! If you are just learning about Facebook Messenger Marketing or you are already a pro with services like ChatFuel and ManyChat then you'll enjoy. Listen in now.
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Welcome to The Global Bandroom! A podcast that brings you stories, news, and guests from across the world of Wind, Brass, and Marching Band. Hosted by Keith Kelly, a band director from the west coast of Ireland. Each episode he sits down with musicians and directors from across the world to talk about their stories, their bands, and how they’re making an impact in their communities.
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Patrick Campbell (Founder, CEO, ProfitWell) and Michael Klett (Co-Founder, CTO, Chargify) get together to demystify and deconstruct RevOps with insight from industry leaders who are pioneering the field. Join them on the RevOps mission as they float down the San Antonio River consuming craft beers and conducting exclusive interviews to lay the foundation for RevOps success.
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Food writer and editor Ruth Reichl talks about her new coming-of-age novel set in France, revisiting Shelagh Rogers’s 2006 conversation with Alice Munro about her short story collection The View from Castle Rock, Will and Ian Ferguson discuss their love of writing, plus authors Elisabeth de Mariaffi and Andrew Pyper reflect on Alice Munro’s legacy.…
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Does Ruth Reichl really need an introduction? Ruth has been on the show many times, and we just love catching up with her to talk about the day’s food news, where she is dining out, and what is giving her inspiration to write her great newsletter, La Briffe. On this episode we talk about Paris, which is at the center of her new novel, aptly titled …
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On the Saturday April 27 edition of the Richard Crouse Show we meet Ruth Reichl, the New York Times bestselling author of five memoirs, the novel “Delicious!,” and the cookbook “My Kitchen Year.” She was editor in chief of Gourmet magazine, and previously served as restaurant critic for The New York Times, as well as food editor and restaurant crit…
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Best-selling author and former Gourmet Magazine editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl is our guest on today’s episode. Ruth joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about her latest book, “The Paris Novel,” a tale of self-discovery set in 1983 and filled with food, fashion, and art. Ruth shares the real-life inspiration behind some of the people, places, and meals, …
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Aaron Goldfarb has been a journalist for over a decade, frequently writing on the subjects of cocktails and drinking culture for such publications as the New York Times, Esquire, Playboy, and PUNCH. His latest book, Dusty Booze: In Search of Vintage Spirits, digs into our ongoing obsession with old spirits and the people who chase them. We talk abo…
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In 1974 the government of Jordan established a new ministry to oversee a nationwide scheme to buy and distribute subsidized flour and regulate bakeries. The scheme sets terms for the politics that are the subject of a new book: States of Subsistence: The Politics of Bread in Contemporary Jordan (Stanford University Press, 2022). Rest assured, this …
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MacKenzie Chung Fegan is the new restaurant critic at the San Francisco Chronicle. She’s a former Bon Appétit editor who returned home to the Bay Area to shape food coverage at her hometown paper, and it’s so fun to have her on the show to break down her first few months on the job, the state of modern restaurant criticism, and more. MORE FROM MACK…
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Hindi hadlang ang pagiging introvert at awkwardness mo to become a better sales conversationalist. Tune in on this episode at alamin kung pa’no nga ba magkaro’n ng clients kahit na awkward ka. Learn about the ✨authoritative✨ way to handle conversations. Join Coach Niel Reichl sa Episode 203 ng Kasalanan Maging Poorita Podcast, at alamin ang malupet…
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April, May, and June are prime months for people to make key changes in their careers, especially those involved in education. Discover key changes you can make to prepare for a career transition. Learn more: https://MakingKeyChanges.com/ Accompanying Article: Read this article that Lori authored about making key changes in our careers. Graduate Co…
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Lots of people dream of moving to France. Rebekah Peppler made it a reality when she moved from New York to Paris, and today she’s the author of three books dedicated to French food, drink, and traditions: “Apéritif,” “À Table,” and her newest, “Le Sud.” She joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about her journey of self-discovery, life in Paris, how he…
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Erin Patinkin is the cofounder of Ovenly and has advised some of the food world’s most interesting brands (almost exclusively female-founded), including Kismet, White Moustache, Pop Up Grocer, Great Jones, and Seed + Mill. Erin is an old friend of ours, and she has one of the sharpest minds in the consumer packaged goods world. We talk about so man…
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On the Saturday May 11, 2024 edition of the Richard Crouse we meet General Roméo Dallaire. A celebrated global human rights advocate, he is also a highly respected author, public speaker, political advisor, and former Canadian senator. Throughout his distinguished military career, General Dallaire served most notably as Force Commander of the Unite…
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In 2018, Janis Thiessen, Kimberley Moore, and collaborator Kent Davies refashioned a used food truck into a mobile oral history lab. Together they embarked on a journey around Manitoba, gathering stories about the province’s food and the people who make, sell, and eat it. Along the way, they visited restaurant owners, beer brewers, grocers, farmers…
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Ontario science fiction writer discusses the mind, body and cryogenics in his 25th book; Baroness Von Sketch and Schitt's Creek writer shares her first short story collection; Deepa Rajagopalan on the peafowl documentary that inspired her latest book, and more.
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Giada De Laurentiis is in the studio for an all-time classic conversation. She is the Emmy-Award-winning television personality of Food Network’s Everyday Italian (among many other shows) and the author of nine New York Times best-selling cookbooks, including her most recent, Eat Better, Feel Better. On this episode we talk about her panettone chop…
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Today on the show we have some really cool conversations about European butter from France. First up is David Lebovitz, a cookbook author and baker extraordinaire. Our lively conversation is all about cooking with good European butter and why using the good stuff is essential in baking and other kitchen adventures. David is such a pro, and we loved…
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Pakiramdam mo ba na parang Mission Impossible na lang lagi ang goals mo? Madalas, dahil sa failed expectations natin, we are urged to quit too early into the game without realizing that you can become something if you don’t quit early on! Samahan si Coach Niel Reichl at alamin kung ano nga ba ang kailangan mong gawin for you NOT to quit early at ku…
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🎉 I am grateful to grow with you! We have reached the 15th episode of this podcast! Thank you for listening! ✏️ Please consider following the show, rating it with 5 stars, writing a review, and/or sharing it with those who may benefit from the topics discussed. Learn more: https://MakingKeyChanges.com/ Graduate Courses: Register for Lori's two grad…
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Buffy Maguire has been in the coffee business for 30 years, but it’s not where she envisioned herself as a young college student interested in political science and social justice. She even moved to Belfast to attend graduate school and witness first-hand the peace process underway in Northern Ireland. While there, she made a small film focused on …
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Rachel Dratch is an actor, a Broadway star (and has the Tony nomination to prove it), and a comedian, and she was a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1999 to 2006. She is also the host of a great podcast, Woo Woo with Rachel Dratch. This is a really fun conversation, and we get a sense that Rachel is quite the fooooooodie! For real, we talk a…
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On the Saturday May 4 edition of the Richard Crouse Show we’ll meet novelist and writing coach Heidi Reimer. Her front-row seat to the theater world of her debut novel, “The Mother Act,” began two decades ago when she met and married an actor, and her immersion in motherhood began when she adopted a toddler and discovered she was pregnant on the sa…
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Nadine Sander-Green pulls inspiration from her time as a reporter in the Yukon in her debut novel, the ultimate tale of opposites attracts in Maritime romance The Catch, Nora Decter on the ripple effect of addiction in her latest book, Cory Doctorow explains the value of geeky friends, and more.
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Britain is a nation of gardeners; the suburban garden, with its roses and privet hedges, is widely admired and copied across the world. But it is little understood how millions across the nation developed an obsession with their colourful plots of land. Behind the Privet Hedge: Richard Sudell, the Suburban Garden and the Beautification of Britain (…
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The woman behind some of the most important authors of the 20th century—including Julia Child, Anne Frank, Edna Lewis, John Updike, and Sylvia Plath—finally gets her due in this colorful biography of legendary editor Judith Jones. When Judith Jones began working at Doubleday’s Paris office in 1949, the twenty-five-year-old spent most of her time wa…
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Tama Matsuoka Wong is a renowned forager who supplies top New York City restaurants like Atoboy and Daniel with the good stuff: wild delicacies like chickweed, stinging nettles, and American sumac. She’s the author of Foraged Flavor; Scraps, Wilt, & Weeds; and her latest book, Into the Weeds; and it’s a delight to have her on the show to get real a…
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Years ago, when O. Henry Prize-winning writer Crystal Wilkinson was baking a jam cake, she felt her late grandmother’s presence. She soon realized that she was not the only cook in her kitchen; there were her ancestors, too, stirring, measuring, and braising alongside her. These are her kitchen ghosts, five generations of Black women who settled in…
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We have a special live episode for you today. It’s food TV star Giada De Laurentiis in conversation with host Kerry Diamond from this year’s South by Southwest conference in Austin. They discuss everything from Giada’s early Food Network days, to dealing with burnout, building her Giadzy lifestyle platform, and navigating entrepreneurship. Think ma…
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It’s really fun having two food writers we respect, in different sections of their careers, on the show. First up is Robert Sietsema. Robert is a longtime New York City restaurant critic and neighborhood wanderer who has written for the Village Voice and Eater and who, prior to that, ran the influential underground food zine Down the Hatch. We talk…
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Ang pagiging perfectionist nga ba ang kailangan para maging successful ka sa isang bagay? Sa guest episode na ito, malalaman natin together with our host, from the former NBI Cybercrime Chief, Mr. Jun Aguto, how overthinking could take or save a life when someone like him is put in a matter of life and death situation, and how hesitation can worsen…
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In this episode of The Podclass, Health and Wellness Consultants from Ever Active Schools, Tracey Coutts and Shauna Shaker, emphasize the significance of promoting active transportation within school communities. They underscore the importance of establishing safe and accessible routes, engaging parents and the community, and customizing travel pla…
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Consider how you show gratitude to others. Specifically, which teachers and mentors will you thank during Teacher Appreciation Week (and beyond)? Discover key changes you can make to be more grateful and allow the influence of gratitude to shape you. Learn more: https://MakingKeyChanges.com/ Accompanying Article: Read this article that Lori authore…
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“Focus on the big picture,” says Valerie Chang, the chef and owner of Maty’s, a 150-seat Peruvian spot in Miami. For her, that means more than awards (like her recent James Beard nomination) and the future of her restaurant. It translates to taking care of her mental and physical well-being and implementing a new kind of hospitality that’s focused …
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Is alcohol a universal feature of human society? Why is problematic in some countries and not others? How was alcohol helped build the modern state? These are just a few of the questions that sociologist John O'Brien addresses in States of Intoxication: The Place of Alcohol in Civilisation(Routledge, 2018). His book offers a broad and diverse persp…
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Forgotten Foods: Memories and Recipes from Muslim South Asia (Pan Macmillan India, 2023) is a collection of essays and recipes that highlights the complex and layered food history of Muslim communities across South Asia. The contributors to the volume include historians, literary scholars, plant scientists, writers, chefs, and more. And their range…
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Vancouver author Carleigh Baker explores topics like climate anxiety in her latest short story collection; hear from the folks behind indie bookstores McNally Robinson and Inhabit Books on the popular titles in their shelves; Nova Scotia fiction writer Elaine McCluskey on her latest novel; books that feature contemporary immigrant stories with Anni…
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On the latest episode of Risk Management: Brick by Brick, Jason Reichl is joined by Brad Hibbert, the COO and CSO at Prevalent Inc., a company that provides third-party vendor risk management solutions to eliminate security and compliance exposures. In this episode, Jason and Brad explore prioritization, automation, ongoing monitoring, and continuo…
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Pizza is at the center of this lively episode. First up is Ali Stafford, one of our favorite recipe writers on the internet. Ali is behind Alexandra’s Kitchen and is the author of a great new book, Pizza Night. We talk about Ali’s favorite styles of pizza and what inspired her to write an entire book dedicated to homemade pizza adventures (you need…
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Inspired by the legends of Amazon women warriors told by ancient Greek historian Herodotus and evidenced by recent archaeological discoveries in Central Asia, Akmaral (Regal House Publishing, 2024) is the latest historical fiction novel by author Judith Lindbergh. Through the story of its eponymous main character, a nomadic warrior woman living in …
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Two Los Angeles food podcasters have entered the studio, and the opinions are flowing. It was so great catching up with the dynamic duo of Jordan Okun and Max Shapiro, the voices behind the Air Jordan podcast and some of the LA food scene’s spiciest takes. On this episode we hear all about what is good and what is extremely bad in the Los Angeles d…
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