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Best Scott Hebert podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Scott Hebert podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Twin Portals is a Fifth Edition Dungeons & Dragons (D&D 5E) actual play podcast which follows five friends from the mystical land of Minnesota. Our group of stage performers, improv artists, and musicians provide a portal to Faerûn, where adventure awaits with new episodes (monthly). The current arc is adapted from the latest official module, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist. Questions? Ideas? Inspiration? Join the conversation on Discord! "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the ...
 
Learn and grow with philosophy from the farm. The Intellectual Agrarian Podcast features interviews with farmers and agrarians about what they do and why.
 
In depth interviews with SMod associates and fans.
 
Sci Fi Saturday Night, the Podcast is the web version of the popular New Hampshire based radio show. Our hosts, The Dome, Kriana, and Zombrarian discuss science fiction, science fact, fantasy and whatever else we think is cool, in between celebrity interviews.
 
Jacob sits down with a special guest each week to interview them, read a choose your own adventure book, and of course, take a walk with him
 
Grant Baldwin from The Speaker Lab podcast will be sharing speaking business tactics, tips, and strategies from his own experience, case studies, and interviewing the experts. Whether you're just getting started trying to get your first booking or you're a veteran speaker looking to build and grow your business, this is for you. Grant has built a multiple six-figure per year business as a speaker having presented to over 500,000 people in over 450 paid speaking gigs. We'll talk about speaker ...
 
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Today, I’m joined by Scott Hebert from Flavourful Farms in Chilliwack BC. Together we’re talking about our top three favorite books of the year and our favorite narrators of the year. Follow Scott on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk0tjdiQ9hqoJYbZR71Vs_A Follow the Podcast! https://intellectualagrarian.com…
 
A man who is an expert at selling yourself as a speaker is here for episode 273 of The Speaker Lab! Mr. Matthew Kimberley is a sales wizard and he gives us great strategies on what it takes to truly sell yourself in the speaking world. On today's show, we also talk about when and why he speaks for free and the math behind that choice. You can hear …
 
The one where SWOJ answers for their crimes. The Stone of Golorr changes hands. Scoot, Ylka, and Lark set the story straight. SWOJ meets a high ranking government official. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the materials used are property of Wizards of the …
 
Liz Butcher In this episode, we talk with Australian author Liz Butcher about Fates’ Fury, her debut novel. As the interview begins, we briefly touched on the wildfire catastrophe that has enveloped her country. Her first hand account of the devastation there is chilling. Then we talked about how her ideas became this novel. The discussion centered…
 
Ever consider how to turn your clients into fans - even raving fans? Our guest today, David Meerman Scott, has literally written the book on doing so and he's here to share his insights. Today on the Speaker Lab, we talk about how to turn your clients into raving fans, and how he can talk about a general topic that applies to many audiences while s…
 
Our guest today is Diego Footer from Paperpot Co. Together we’ll be discussing the Growing Debate about conventional farming, true sustainability, what it takes to start a Podcast and much more! Shownotes: https://intellectualagrarian.com/footer Connect with Diego https://www.paperpot.co https://www.instagram.com/paperpotco https://www.instagram.co…
 
Life’s a bitch. She deals off the bottom of the deck. But you play the hands you’re given. O.E,Tearmann In this episode we talk with the writing team collectively known as O.E.Tearmann about their Aces High Jokers Wild series and specifically the first book in the series, The Hands We’re Given. The series is set in an America divided into heavily g…
 
How to communicate in an online world is very different from in-person communication, and today's guest is an expert at both! Dr. Nick Morgan is returning to The Speaker Lab to talk about his latest book, Can You Hear Me?. The book is about how to connect with people in a virtual world including how to ensure you are getting the correct message acr…
 
What's one thing you can do to ensure success? It's delivering results as a speaker. Mark Bowden is a phenomenal speaker who has built a thriving business doing just that in a niche market. Today on The Speaker Lab, he explains the 3 things that have moved the needle most for him, the difference between picking a topic you're interested in versus a…
 
The one where SWOJ saves Solstice. The Stone of Golorr gets in touch. SWOJ experiences a bit of history. Scoot, Ylka, and Lark go over the river and through the woods. Xae sleeps peacefully. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the materials used are property …
 
For some speakers, presenting in front of an audience is only the beginning of their impact, but knowing exactly how to expand beyond the stage can be intimidating. On today's episode of The Speaker Lab, Joe Sanok is sharing some best practices for building out your audience. Joe Sanok is a keynote and TEDx speaker, business consultant, and podcast…
 
Sharing the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke, wishing you a Merry Christmas.By The Intellectual Agrarian
 
Dreamforge Magazine Issue #4 In this episode we get to touch base with Scot and Jane Noel, the founders of the grand experiment called Dreamforge Magazine and get the chance to both look back over the past year as well as look forward to what we can expect in the next “season of positivity” that Dreamforge brings us with each new volume. For the un…
 
How writing and speaking go together may seem obvious, but there are important distinctions and here to explain what they are is Ryan Holiday. Ryan is a best-selling author of several books as well as an in-demand international speaker. On episode 268, he tells us more about how writing and speaking go together in his business, as well as his proce…
 
Our guest today is Glenn Elzinga, from Alderspring Ranch in May Idaho. Together, we’ll be discussing how Glenn came to agriculture from a background in Forest Ecology, how they’ve applied herding techniques to prevent riparian damage, how to direct market without a large local population, and much more. Shownotes: https://intellectualagrarian.com/a…
 
Tosca Lee Our guest in this show is a New York Times Best Selling Author Tosca Lee who comes by to talk about her new book A Single Light, sequel to the hit book The Line Between. We get to talk about the wonderful characters, the not quite fictional ecological disaster all intertwined with the bleak scenarios of a far too believable all too near f…
 
Jesse Cole has a unique story that highlights how to use creativity to stand out, and you are going to hear it on this edition of The Speaker Lab! I won't give away too many details because I don't want to spoil it for you, but we will be hearing his modern-day Field of Dreams story as well as how his entrepreneurial journey ties into his speaking …
 
How do you know what to ask for your speaking fees and when to raise them? And should you work with speaking bureaus? Josh Linkner is the man to ask and he's here with the answers on today's The Speaker Lab. Today with Josh, we discuss how to know if your fees are too high or just right, and how to know when to raise them. He also shares how to set…
 
Or, Yoga, Meditation and Blue Cows. Or, 110 People CAN Be Wrong! What do the following people have in common: Bob Hoskins Steven Spielberg Roy Disney Kathleen Turner Amy Irving Gary K Wolf In not too simple terms the correct answer is Gary K. Wolf, author and creator of Roger Rabbit. In this episode we literally fall down the rabbit hole of Gary’s …
 
The one where we cut to the chase. Our fourth live recording! SWOJ travels to the City of the Dead. Seasons change. The powers vying for the Stone of Golorr make their moves. SWOJ steals the show in a midnight parade. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the m…
 
One of the important aspects of speaking is solving a problem for the right audience. So how do you choose the right audience and find the most pressing problem they are facing? There's one man to answer these questions and he is here today: Mr. Terry Brock. Terry has been in the speaking industry for a few decades and he has a wealth of knowledge!…
 
C.T. Phipps In this edition, we get to reconnect with CT Phipps, who discerning listeners might remember from his series, “The Rules of Supervillany”. He comes by to talk about another of his amazing passions, the Space Opera, a segment of Science Fiction that requires the writer to figuratively AND literally build almost everything from the ground…
 
Wouldn't it be great if someone could guide you through how to find your first paid speaking gig? One of our own team members is here to demonstrate, Mr. Bryan Allain. Bryan has worked with us for a year now and he wants to know if what we teach actually works. This is an unscripted walk the process of how to find your first paid speaking gig. Get …
 
Our guest for episode 263 of The Speaker Lab is Mike Pacchione and he's giving us his 5 strategies for storytelling from stage. Mike is a speaker and coach who works with a lot of names you'd recognize and he helps his clients tell better stories during their speaking engagements. You can find out more about his back story on his first visit to The…
 
Peter Vinton Jr. It was Ben Bova who said that “Science Fiction is simply history that hasn’t happened yet”. In this edition, we get a true glimpse of that as we talk with our old friend Peter Vinton Jr. Artist, writer, historian and bibliophile, Peter joins the ‘Cast to talk about Volume two of his social allegory passion project, The Monitor’s Gu…
 
How to use slides, stories, and data in your speeches is something every speaker should know, whether you're new to the game or have been around for a while. And there's no one better to spell it out for us than Nancy Duarte. Nancy is the author of several books including Illuminate, Resonate and her most recent book, DataStory. She is also a proli…
 
What does it mean to be a self-reliant entrepreneur? Our guest today is here to tell us; he has literally written the book on the subject! John Jantsch is a phenomenal speaker and author, and today we're talking about how he uses speaking for lead generation for his business and how he has created longevity and relevancy as a speaker for over 30 ye…
 
How do you know if your speaking topic is financially viable or if your audience will actually pay to hear what you have to say? The man to answer those questions and more is your friend and mine, Clay Hebert. Clay was here way back on episode 5 of The Speaker Lab and today he is back. We have a fun conversation about several topics including how t…
 
The one where we meet the family. A mysterious new ally joins the group. Powerful forces collide in search of the Stone of Golorr. The Silver Waves of Justice play homewreckers. Featuring Robert Lee as our first guest artist. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions …
 
Scott Stratten is a phenomenal professional speaker who has been in the business well over a decade, and today he tells us what he's learned about how to stay relevant as a speaker. We also talk about Imposter Syndrome why even the most accomplished speakers are not immune, and his latest book, The Jackass Whisperer. This is a fun conversation full…
 
How can you create a really great event? One person who knows is Chris Mefford. Chris knows the 5 parts to a successful event and he's going to tell us what they are on today's episode of The Speaker Lab. As the former VP of Development with Dave Ramsey and a business coach and consultant today, Chris has a massive amount of experience when it come…
 
How to create a speaking pipeline might be one of the most important differentiators between those who speak full-time and those who wish they did! On today's The Speaker, we will be diving headlong into how to create, develop and manage a strong and healthy speaking pipeline. We each share how this one strategy has helped both of us build successf…
 
The one where the party’s a blast. SWOJ cuts a deal with Bregan D’aerthe. Terry finds a snack. Ylka makes her return to The Yawning Portal. SWOJ brings the heat to the grand opening of their newly minted tavern, “The Short Rest”. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Porti…
 
Do you have fears that hold you back? Most speakers do and here to tell us the five most common fears among speakers is your friend and mine, Eric Rheam. On today's show, we also talk about how to overcome those fears and we remind you that you are not alone on this journey. Get ready to tackle your fears and more on episode 256 of The Speaker Lab.…
 
Quick announcement! The Podcast is going on pause for the next couple of months. We love this show, and want to be able to put in the time it deserves. To do this means waiting until after the Inspection season finishes. The Podcast will resume on December 16th, 2019.By The Intellectual Agrarian
 
How do you make a living speaking your life's story and stand out from other motivational speakers? How do you position yourself and make your story relevant and applicable to the right audiences? The man with the answers to those questions is our guest today, Josh Sundquist. Josh is an incredible speaker with an equally incredible life story, whic…
 
Scot Noel In this episode we get another look behind the curtain of Dreamforge – A Magazine of Science and Fantasy Fiction. Once again wed get to speak with Scott Noel about how this project has evolved as Issue #3 comes out this month and work begins on Issue 4 in the never-ending cycle of publishing a quarterly magazine. The passion project begun…
 
One of the most challenging aspects of being a speaker is avoiding the feast or famine financial rollercoaster. Our guest today has advice on how to leave the rollercoaster ride at the amusement park, and keep your bank balance on an even keel. Mike Michalowicz first joined us on episode 119 and today he's back to talk about the financial side of s…
 
Our guest today is Josh Sattin from Sattin Hill Farm from Raleigh North Carolina. Together we’ll be discussing the differences and challenges of suburban farming, how Josh became a farmer after teaching and brewing, why he gave up his ducks, and much more. Shownotes: Before going into agriculture, Josh was a teacher and professional brewer. Josh is…
 
GraniteCon 2019 In this episode we get a chance to have a quick conversation with Chris Proulx, mastermind extraordinaire behind Granite State Comic Con. With less than a week to go, he took a few moments from his busy schedule to sit down with us at Double Midnight Comics in Manchester, NH (where all good Granite Cons come from) and get the word o…
 
If you begin your career speaking to certain people do you know how to change target audiences? Or even if you should change target audiences? Never fear our guest for this episode has done it and she is sharing all the details! Vanessa Van Edwards began her speaking career talking to teens and parents, but today she runs the site Science of People…
 
The greatest Bond Villain Plot of all time. It's fun one, happy Labor Day everybody! Tune in next week for another great interview.By The Intellectual Agrarian
 
The one where SWOJ gets to the bottom of things. In the aftermath of the Cassalanter soiree, lies and corruption are unearthed across the Sea Ward. Terry and Zelifarn get some new digs, and SWOJ discovers what lies beneath the Sea Maiden’s Fair. "Twin Portals" is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed b…
 
What's one of the most important aspects of your business? Cultivating relationships as a speaker, and here to give us wisdom on that topic (and more) is Harriet Turk. On episode 252 of The Speaker Lab, we talk about a wide range of topics including how to connect with event planners and meeting planners via text and email and how to manage the bus…
 
Change is inevitable, but what is it like navigating life changes as a speaker? Our guest for today's episode of The Speaker Lab shares her journey. She's someone you know and love - Ms. Melanie Deziel. Since her last visit to the show, she's had some major life changes: like becoming pregnant! Having a child is a major life event and she'll tell u…
 
Today we are joined by Tom and Julie Domres from Small Scale Life and Small Scale Gardening. Together we’ll be discussing their renew you initiatives in both fitness and finance, along the connections between those two important areas of life, we’ll also be discussing gardening, wicking beds and much more. Shownotes: Tom and Julie have started two …
 
Adam Wilson In part one of this episode we get to speak with Adam Wilson who runs an organization aptly called CalmPassion Calm Passion. The purpose of CalmPassion is to allow helps make events sensory friendly to support Autism and Neurodiverse families. I got the chance to meet Adam at Plastic City Comic Con and we spent some time talking about w…
 
What's the best way to create and use new speaking material? Our guest, Ron Tite, knows how and he is sharing all the details on today's The Speaker Lab! Ron is a phenomenal speaker and accomplished entrepreneur who you might remember from episode 45. He is back for episode 250 of The Speaker Lab to talk about his process when creating new content …
 
What does a day in the life of a professional speaker look like? You'll find out on today's show! Today on The Speaker Lab, we get into how to organize your day and how to maximize your time, especially if you are growing your business on the side. Lastly, we wrap up with a look at a day in the life of a professional speaker: we walk you through wh…
 
Our guest today is Steven Cornett from Nature’s Always Right in Lemon Grove California, together we’ll be talking about Steven’s latest farm experiments, the bootstrap farmer mastermind he attended, solitary bees, live-streaming on the farm and much more! Shownotes: This year Steven is experimenting with using Grow Bags for growing peppers. Steven’…
 
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