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If you're looking to create excellence in your life, then this is the podcast for you! Speaker, author, leadership and mindset coach, Allistair McCaw aims to empower, inspire and provide you with the tools to achieve your personal greatness. It's time to become Champion Minded.
 
Baseline Exchanges discusses topics on and off the court from across the tennis spectrum, including men’s, women’s and wheelchair tennis. Providing an engaging accompaniment to Baseline Tennis' videos, Baseline Exchanges adds lively analysis to the narratives. Using the videos as a starting point, our regular team and expert guests take the stories forward by adding further context, background and opinion during absorbing conversation and debate.
 
Eurosport's Tennis Legends John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Mats Wilander discuss recent changes in tennis, why the NextGen stars aren't breaking through, what makes a great rivalry and the eternal question of Nick Kyrgios... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your game. Our mission is to help bring the tennis community together and help grow the sport. Host Phillip Kim is the Tennis Pro at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, CA and Director of Tennis for the City of Azusa, CA. Our global Fan Favorite reporters share their passion for their favorite players and our reviews and giveaways help you d ...
 
Through the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) this series of communications has been de-classified and made public. Most names have been omitted, however much information of the sightings of UFOs in 1947 can be gleaned from these communications which were primarily between the FBI and other U.S. Government and military organizations. It should be noted that the U.S. Air Force only became a separate entity in 1947, having split from the U.S. Army at that time. And they became very busy t ...
 
Are you looking for a refreshing spin on Spirituality? enLIGHTenUP is an unconventional podcast of three friends and guests sharing informative, fun and sometimes off-the-wall conversations about spiritual topics ranging from Ascension Symptoms, The Event, UFO’s, The Matrix, Astral Travel, Self-Healing, Extraterrestrials, Light Language, Kundalini Awakening, Akashic Records, God, and so much more! Unlike other podcasts, we provide fringe and skeptical viewpoints on all topics. Regardless of ...
 
Join Mr. Modernism George Smart and crew as they talk and laugh with people who enjoy, own, create, dream about, preserve, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most exciting and controversial buildings in the world. USModernist Radio is backed by the nonprofit educational archive USModernist, the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential architecture in America. www.usmodernist.org
 
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Roger Sands - CEO of Wyebot - explains how to apply for the federal E-Rate program and describes technology tools that are crucial for today's students. This is episode 351 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Roger Sands is a co-Founder and CEO of Wyebot, Inc. Roger has 17 years of executive management positions in successful networ…
 
If you’re a longtime listener, you know we have a special place in our hearts for Palm Springs, the mecca of Modernism, the home of the international film festival, the bedroom for concerts in Indio, and the cruising town that Sonny Bono cleaned up in the late 1980’s before he ran for Governor. It’s our home away from home, but even Paris has reinv…
 
Lynn Jimenez founded Connect - Flow - Grow to help kids and families with social emotional support. This is episode 354 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Lynn Jimenez is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has over 10 years experience as an educator in California. Her school based experience includes working with students in foster care and on pr…
 
Governments at all levels are increasingly using research findings from behavioral economics and other behavioral sciences to improve program and agency outcomes. These interventions and program changes draw on how people process information and make decisions and can often be implemented quickly and at little cost. One way to help support the use …
 
At the age of 24, Shelby Parris is motivating young men to heal their traumas and motivate them into success. As an author of 6 books, his mission is to change the stereotype and show young black men that there's more to life than the streets, sports, and music. That they have other talents as well. His goal is mentally and spiritually elevating hi…
 
In this week's podcast, Andrew and Craig chat to Mike James, Founder & CEO of Sportiii Analytics, about the use and value of data-driven analytics in tennis. Discussions include the difference between a tennis analyst and strategist, working with Magnus Norman, the intricacies of working with top players and teams, and what the future holds for dat…
 
For the first time in a month, George goes more than an hour without talking about Nick Kyrgios.NB This is a raw recording of a conversation on a new app called Locker Room, which is providing us with the chance to podcast remotely during a time when we otherwise would not be able to. If you want to listen live at 9pm on Monday nights, download Loc…
 
Mert Ertunga joins Matt Zemek and Saqib Ali to review the 2021 Australian Open. The conversation heavily focuses on the statistical nuance of Novak Djokovic's masterclass in the final over Danil Medvedev. The group also compares the progress made in this tournament from the lens of Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Have they both eclipsed Dominic Th…
 
Karthik Krishnan - Global CEO of Britannica Group - talks with me about reshaping learning, key trends in education, addressing inequities, and equipping kids with the tools for learning. This is episode 353 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Karthik Krishnan is the Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Britannica Group. He is al…
 
This is the fourth year USModernist Radio has been part of the New York Architecture and Design Film Festival, if by festival you mean online and by New York you mean anywhere on earth. Every fall, the authors, producers, experts, stars, and creators gather to premiere their latest architecture and design documentaries, and this year because of COV…
 
Tennis PAL Chronicles is a tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your tennis obsession. Our global Fan Favorite reports are created by passionate fans who share news about their favorite players. Host Phillip Kim is the Tennis Pro at the histo…
 
If Saturday was all about Naomi Osaka opening up a gap between herself and the rest of the field, then Sunday was all about Novak Djokovic closing the gap in the Grand Slam Race. After he beat Daniil Medvedev in a surprisingly one-sided final, his18th major title was the subject of our final podcast from the 2021 Australian Open. Why was the match …
 
On Saturday, Naomi Osaka beat Jennifer Brady 6-4, 6-3 to set herself apart. It was her 21st consecutive match win, her 4th Grand Slam title, and her 2nd Australian Open crown. Her 12-0 record at the quarter-finals and beyond in majors is unmatched by anyone else in the Open Era. We look back on where the final was won and lost, reflect on Osaka’s j…
 
Just when Stefanos Tsitsipas thought he’d scaled his Everest by beating Rafael Nadal, he ran into Daniil Medvedev. The Russian picked apart Tsitsipas’ game for his 12th consecutive win over a Top-10 player to set up a final meeting with Novak Djokovic. In part one of this podcast we discuss the match, including the way the crowd influenced both pla…
 
Tiffany Mosher is the author of the Amazon best-seller, Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life. This is episode 352 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. She overcame battles with depression by volunteering overseas and nationally, helping people suffering from the damage brought by natural disasters…
 
Day 11 of this Australian Open was a classic day of Grand Slam semi-final tennis, defined by tournament favourites underlining their credentials, an ageing great dealing with the heaviness of defeat, and two inexperienced players anxiously trying to defeat their nerves and each other to reach a first major final. It left us with lots to reflect on …
 
What a day at the Australian Open: one that began with Ash Barty’s shock defeat to Karolina Muchova, and ended with Stefanos Tsitsipas' remarkable comeback against Rafael Nadal. We tried our best to put it all into words on the podcast. How did Tsitsipas turn the match around? What happened to Nadal in the third set tiebreak and beyond? Why was Bar…
 
Dennis Knill is a coordinator for the Arizona States Assembly. I was introduced to Dennis because of a very synchronistic event that took place while I was in Sedona. I believe my guides nudged me to visit Sedona for many reasons but this may be the most important one of them all. With so much disinformation out there on what the plan could be, I h…
 
Osaka solves Hsieh conundrum with ease - how did she do it? Karatsev reaches semis on Grand Slam debut. Dimitrov devastated by back spasm. Vintage Serena beats Halep - will Osaka stop her? Serena and Rafa - an historic double? Djokovic manages injury, mood and Zverev. Crowds to return on Thursday? Fingers crossed. The Tennis Podcast is presented by…
 
The Australian Open gives the boys plenty to talk about, including Nick Kyrgios, Novak Djokovic, abdominal injuries and the state of the draw.NB This is a raw recording of a conversation on a new app called Locker Room, which is providing us with the chance to podcast remotely during a time when we otherwise would not be able to. If you want to lis…
 
In this episode of 'Baseline Exchanges', Andrew and Craig chat to renowned sports psychologist, Daria Abramowicz. Discussion includes Daria's working relationship with 2020 Roland Garros winner, Iga Świątek, her counterintuitive approach of prioritizing gratitude, human relationships and personal growth as a path to winning and her push for athlete…
 
Day 8 didn’t live up to the heights of previous days, with no upsets and no epics. But with the quarter-final line-up complete, we still had lots to cover. Has Jennifer Brady’s rise given Jessica Pegula belief? Why was Rafael Nadal vs. Fabio Fognini so disappointing? Will Matteo Berrettini’s withdrawal help or hinder Stefanos Tsitsipas? And is the …
 
Architect Charles Dubois was famous for designing houses in California which earned the nickname Swiss Miss. Designer Leonora Mahle takes us inside. Later on, for something completely different, we’ll visit with Lady Carnarvon, the owner of Downton Abbey, aka Highclere Castle. Set on 5000 acres, it’s the most famous house in Britain, except perhaps…
 
All eyes were on the blockbuster Naomi Osaka vs. Garbine Muguruza and Serena Williams vs. Aryna Sabalenka matches on Sunday, and they didn’t disappoint. How did Osaka manage to raise her game when she needed it most? Did Muguruza get tight at the finish? And where did Serena’s incredible movement and defence come from? We also discuss what makes Su…
 
Saturday was the quietest day of this Australian Open so far, in all senses of the word. The fans were sorely missed and there wasn’t quite the same amount of drama or fun as previous days. But it was still a Grand Slam day, meaning there was still plenty for us to discuss, including: Silent stadia - pros and cons Nadal makes progress; Will Fognini…
 
Well that was one of the most surreal nights of tennis we’ve ever seen. The announcement of a Victoria state lockdown from midnight in Melbourne put the attendance of fans at the Australian Open on a ticking clock and led to one of the most electric atmospheres imaginable for all five mesmerising sets of Nick Kyrgios vs. Dominic Thiem and then to a…
 
TennisPAL Chronicles presents week one of the Australian Open and all the questions surrounding the event. With so many players struggling with injury on both the men and women's side who will lift the first Grand Slam Trophy of 2021? Rafael Nadal comes into the tournament with a back injury having withdrawn from the ATP Cup. Serena Williams carrie…
 
Judith Finlayson talks with me about her book You Are What Your Grandparents Ate: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Experience, Epigenetics & the Origins of Chronic Disease. This is episode 350 of my audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12. You Are What Your Grandparents Ate takes conventional wisdom about the origins of chronic disease an…
 
After the joy of Wednesday’s atmosphere at Melbourne Park, Day 4 at the Australian Open had a tough act to follow, but it certainly delivered drama. Why was it not surprising that defending champion Sofia Kenin lost? How did Stefanos Tsitsipas find himself in a five set battle with Thanasi Kokkinakis? Should we be talking about Karolina Pliskova as…
 
Days of tennis don’t come much better than that. In a packed podcast, we cover: The joy of tennis with crowds Kyrgios sending Melbourne Park into a frenzy Inspirational Venus carrying on despite injury, but losing to Errani Hsieh bamboozling Andreescu Tiafoe testing Djokovic on a hot and quick Rod Laver Arena Fucsovics beating Wawrinka in fifth set…
 
Mary Dusina, our favorite Astrologer and Seer, is back to share her insights into the Great Aquarius Stellium of 2021. This month of February has some auspicious planetary alignments that could affect our personal journeys in big and exciting ways. Tune in to find out what the Great Stellium has in store for you! FOLLOW MARY DUSINA FACEBOOK: https:…
 
Even on a relatively quiet day at the Australian Open, there were still significant results and storylines which altered the feel of the tournament. We discuss Sofia Kenin’s nerves, the ongoing talking point about how much hard quarantine is affecting players and impacting results, defeats for Maria Sakkari and Victoria Azarenka which have opened u…
 
Drew Vernon talks with me about Tonies, Innovation, Limiting Screen Time, and Child Development. This is episode 349 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. By the way, make sure that you listen to the end to get a chance to win a Tonie Box. Drew Vernon is the U.S. marketing lead at Tonies. The Toniebox is a popular audio system that uses screen-free sto…
 
In this week's podcasts, Andrew and Craig chat to World Number 11 doubles player, Nicole Melichar, whilst preparing for the Australian Open in Melbourne. Nicole has reached three Grand Slam finals, including last year's US Open, and in 2018 - alongside Alexander Peya - lifted the Mixed Doubles title at Wimbledon. Discussions include her keys to suc…
 
Sinner vs Shapovalov, Dan Evans' first title, the sad demise of Gael Monfils, Benoit Paire's beard and the needle between Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic.NB This is a raw recording of a conversation on a new app called Locker Room, which is providing us with the chance to podcast remotely during a time when we otherwise would not be able to. If you…
 
After an exhilarating opening day at the Australian Open - featuring dominant performance from the leading women’s contenders and culminating in a five-set epic under the lights - Catherine, David and Matt had plenty to discuss on the pod. In what ways did both Shapovalov and Sinner impress in their late night epic? How did Kyrgios respond to Djoko…
 
Like the Supremes, or Destiny’s Child, today’s guests have been rocking with the greatest hits of Modernist design for decades as the daughters or granddaughters of its most iconic architects and designers, Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, and Harry Bertoia. Carla Hartman, Susan Saarinen, and Celia Bertoia are the best of friends and speak aro…
 
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