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Scott Paton, Author of Podcasting Unleashed, shares cutting-edge strategies for marketing your business online. Internet Marketing Consultant with 7 years experience working with small to medium size businesses and entrepreneurs. Looking to take your business online or start an Internet business? Email Marketing, Adsense, Adwords, PPS, SEO, Keyword research, copywriting, and backend sales are some of the topics covered in the Podcasts, past, present and future. Scott Paton will explain them ...
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Podcast Voice Training

Scott Paton & Jesai Jayhmes

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Learn how to use your voice to captivate your audience. As Podcasting moves into the mainstream, more and more people want to use the full power of their voice in their podcast. Jeasi and Scott discuss the ways you can improve your vocal power.
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The objective of the Market Trader Training program is to teach students to trade safely and profitably. The instructors are not brokers, will not conduct trades, recommend stocks or futures for you, hold your money and don’t receive commissions. Jim only wants to teach you how to trade successfully.
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Bar Karate - The Sailing Podcast

Jordan Spencer, Bret Perry, Nick Bice

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Bar Karate is a weekly discussion of the world of sailing. Our team straddle the globe and bring all the news and inside gossip with a lot of fun thrown in. Bar Karate - you might not learn anything, but you will have fun doing it.
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Published 9 June 2024 Imagine being 21 and being handed the wheel of an AC40. That scenario is about to play out for a select few across the globe as we head into the Cup with the Youth and Womens' racing. We are jealous, we admit it, but we did want to find out what preparations have been going on and find out as much background as possible. So we…
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Published 2 June 2024 Is this a World Exclusive? Britton Ward, the Lead Hull Designer from American Magic for this Cup cycle, talks to Bar Karate about the latest cup designs, the design process and everything Americas Cup related. It was a fantastic discussion. We have a great relationship with Brit. He was on Ep72 talking Farr X2. And there is pl…
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Published 26 May 2024 We have an amazing chat to a women trying to do a world first. Ella Hibbert is embarking on a record-setting, never been done before, solo and non-stop Arctic Circumnavigation - a feat that has long been considered impossible. Ella's goal is to raise to raise awareness about the challenges the Arctic is facing due to the effec…
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Published 19 May 2024 This week we talk to India Syms who at 23 navigated Outlaw, the Baltic 55 in the Ocean Globe Race 2023. The OGR was a round the world race recreating the original Whitbred Round the World race. All the boats were pre 1988 and all the tech was the same as 73. So India navigated with a sextant, a weather fax and dead reckoning. …
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Published 13 May 2024 We chat to Brett Burvill. The first person to race a foiling a moth. Owner of Windrush Catamarans. World Champion and competing in the Worrell 1000. We talk about the birth of foiling racing, catamaran racing, idea development and the preparation for the Worrell. Plus some big Vaikobi listener of the month news as well. #w1krr…
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Published 4 May 2024 An early gift - as I am travelling tomorrow We are back with part 2 of our discussion with Scott and Adrian and trying to reinvigorate sailing. We have more ideas from the boys and we read some of the overwhelming number of messages and ideas you all sent us. What do we do next?? #ryeyachtclub #austsail #vaikobi #vaikobisail #r…
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Published 28 April 2024 This week we start a two part episode to try and discuss new ideas to grow sailing. We want to do a series of episodes, one every few months, where we talk about growing the sport. This week we start with two people who are at the coal face. Adrian Finglas Head - Coach Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron and Scott Paton - Head o…
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Published 21 April 2024 This week we chat to Graeme Taylor, who along with James Mayo and Richie Allanson (Ep 5 and Ep 64) won the 2024 Etchells Worlds sailing Magpie. GT has a long history in the Etchells and the Magpie team have been dominant this year. GT also has an enviable record in the Hobart especially on the 100 footers, so we have plenty …
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Published 14 April 2024 This week our special guest had to cancel at the last minute and we didn't have time to get anyone else. Luckily, there was a huge amount of stuff to talk about, so we did. The Cup, SailGP, the IMOCA season, the Stockholm raid and new races. Did we get it right? Let us know. #sailgpaus #imoca #americascup #stockholmarchipela…
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Published 7 April 2024 There is a new Transatlantic race for the Class 40 fleet - The Niji 40. It departs today 7 April at 1pm France time. We took the chance to chat to one of our favourite frenchmen, Hugo Picard, (Ep143 a great episode) who is competing with William Mathelin-Moreaux, (skipper) and Davy Beaudart as they sail their new Class 40 - D…
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Published 31 March 2024 We left you hanging last week, so this week is a massive episode featuring Taylor Canfield, skipper of the USA SailGP team. Taylor got there with talent and putting it all on the line. It took passion and self belief to achieve everything Taylor has and he shares it all in this interview. See what it takes to rise to the top…
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Published 17 March 2024 This is a big Ep and a very interesting discussion. We talk to Annika & Ian 'Thommo' Thomson from Ocean Crusaders and the TP52 J Bird. Annika and Thommo run a charity, Ocean Crusaders. Ocean Crusaders clean the ocean of rubbish and plastic. They also own J Bird III, a TP52 they bought for $30,000 and restored/rebuilt into a …
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Published 10 March 2024 This week we talk to Christophe Favreau, the legendary French sailing photographer. Christophe is a World renowned sailing photographer, taking photographs across our sport and works as a photo journalist for Voiles Et Voiliers sailing magazine. Christophe is much loved by all who work with him. We talked to him about his pa…
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Published 3 March 2024 This week we sit down with Stu Bithell, Andy 'Taxi' Davis, and Simon Blake to discuss the Melin Rocket, a unique UK boat. The class was created by the merger of the Merlin and Rocket classes in the 1940's. The Merlin Rocket is designed to a box rule and as a result the boats have evolved and are thoroughly modern designs with…
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Published 25 February 2024 This week we chatted to Stu Bithell. Silver 2012 Olympics 470, Gold 2020(1) Olympics 49er, wing trimmer German SailGP team. Had a ball. Great guy, great chat. Stu was all class, even when we completely stuffed his SailGP skippers name up and started rabbiting on about the Swiss skipper, Stu subtly corrected us but we were…
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Published 18 February 2024 Our friends at the Magenta Project are assembling a team to compete in some of the 69F foiling series. The all woman team represents a diverse range of nations. They are young and enthusiastic. We took the chance to talk with their skipper, the No2 ranked female Waszp sailor in the World, Alice Senior. She made us feel ol…
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Published 11 February 2024 We talk to Fletch, a man who has influenced a huge generation of Australian sailors. Sailmaker, World Champion, Olympic, Americas Cup and World Champion coach. Fletch is the man who created sailing coaching here in Australia. He is a very direct person and has some strong beliefs on what works. He is also a great story te…
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Published 4 February 2024 This week we wanted to look at how hard running an event like the ILCA 7 Worlds really is for volunteer run yacht clubs, and what the requirements World Sailing have of the clubs to ensure it is a World standard event. We have this conversation all the time with people who have put their hand up to run World Championships.…
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Published 21 January 2024 This week we chat to Suellen Hurling, founder of Live Sail Die. Suellen turned her passion for the sport into a career as a journalist and photographer. We are all friends, so obviously we have a lot of fun in this episode, but we also go in depth with the NZ sailing scene. Hard work and persistence leads to dream outcomes…
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Published 14 January 2024 This week we talk to Yachting expert Peter McGonagle and Global Adventurers Anita and Knut who have been sailing their Outremer 45 Mais Uma around the World. For years Outremer have offered training to new owners of their boats to equip them with the skills to cruise the globe. The owners of Outremer - Grand Large Yachting…
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Published 7 January 2024 This week we chat to Finn Alexander, part of the Australian Sailing Team in the build up for the ILCA 7 Worlds. Plus we talk the youth Americas Cup and his team preparation’s. We also have a quick chat to Scott Patton, Rear Commodore of Rye Yacht Club about the Battle for the Bar event, (real name Capel Sound Invitational),…
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Published 31 December 2023 It's the end of the year, but we didn't do a summary of what has happened, we looked at what is happening now. So many regattas and we tried to give an insight into as many as we could in our own style. There is a lot of banter and a lot of fun. Enjoy. See you next year. #hobieclassaustralia #we_are_windsurfer #australian…
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Published 24 December 2023 We are publishing this one early so you get a chance to listen or download before the Hobart. We have spoken to a Line honours Contender, a TP52 and defending champion, and this week we chose to go to the smallest division and chat to some of the team on an S&S34. Half the team to be exact, navigator and new friend to the…
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Published 17 December 2023 As promised last week, we got someone from Law Connect on after their win on Line Honours in the Solas Big Boat race. This week we chat to Tony Mutter, Sailing Master for Law Connect, a favourite of ours and we know a favourite of yours. It is a fantastic episode, lots of fun and Tony gives us plenty of insight into runni…
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Published 10 December 2023 This week we have the International Waszp Games being sailed from Sorrento in Victoria in Australia. It's the exact same timing as the Youth Sailing World Championships being held in Brazil. The Waszp Games are bringing a whole different approach to the sport and it is working, so we sat down with Marc Ablett from Waszp t…
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Published 3 December 2023 We have decided to start focussing on some sailing classes and learn more about them. This week we talk to Geoff Carne and Craig Phillips about the International Canoe, the oldest sailing dinghy class in the World. Geoff Carne is the current Australian Champ and Craig has been involved with 8 America’s Cup teams over 27 ye…
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Published 26 November 2023 With less than a month to go until the start of the Sydney to Hobart, we chat to Sam Haynes, owner TP52 Celestial - winner of the last years race. Sam is the Vice Commodore of the CYCA and campaigns his TP52 and his J70 sailing as often as he can. He also founded the Sydney Animal Hospital and is on the board of the chari…
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Published 19 November 2023 We chat to Tom Slingsby fresh after winning World Sailor of the Year for the third time. We get in depth on the cup and SailGP and Tom shares some key lessons that will help your sailing and your career. Enjoy!!! #tslingsby #americascup #americanmagicteam #sailgp #sailgpaus #transatjacquesvabre #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radi…
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Published 5 November 2023 We chat to Simon Koster. Racing the TJV on the IMOCA Hublot with Alan Roura. Simon is in his first season on the 60's having come through the Mini and Class 40 fleets. He started out in the Mini6.50 in 2012 and competed in three Mini Transats scoring two podiums – in the series 2013, and the proto 2017. He then moved to th…
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Published 29 October 2023 We take you behind the scenes of the TJV. We chat to Bill Goggins, CEO of Harken. He has been on the dock, on the boats and he dives into the technology. And then Simon Fisher who is doing the weather routing for Gitana in the Ultim fleet. There is plenty happening at the TJV and it is all being decided by the weather. Ple…
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Published 22 October 2023 He is back and so is Wild Thing. This week we chat to Grant Wharington and ask about the conversion of the Botin 80 Stefan Racing into the 100 Wild Thing. We've seen it before, so what will we get this time. Wharo is certainly hands on with his projects. And in this episode he takes us onboard and explains in detail what y…
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Published 15 October 2023 We chat to Jon Bilger, Olympic sailor, weather forecaster for Alinghi throughout the Americas Cup and founder of PredictWind. This conversation went everywhere. Jon has a great sailing history and he tells a story with Kiwi humour. Plus we were able to go deep into weather modelling and open up our understanding of all the…
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Published 8 October 2023 We chat to Liv MacKay, NZ pro sailor. Strategist NZ SailGP team, skipper Live Ocean Racing Team in the ETF26 racing series, World Champion Redbull Foiling generation and potentially team member NZ Womens AC team. Liv has an interesting story, unique pathway and tells a good story. Enjoy. #livmackay #nzsailgp #itsliveocean #…
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Published 1 October 2023 This week we focus on the Windsurfer LT World Champs to be held at South Perth Yacht Club in Western Australia late December to early January. We talk to Nick Bez, winner of the all-round World Championships at Lake Garda in 2019, (and class president in Australia for the last 6 years - of easily the fastest growing sailing…
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Published 24 September 2023 We chat to Helena Scutt. 2016 Olympian in the 49erFX for the US and now Mechatronics Engineer designing the onboard human interfaces at American Magic. She is also sailing for the New York Yacht Club American Magic Women’s America's Cup Team. She was the top placed female at the recent Moth Worlds and in March, she was a…
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Published 17 September 2023 We chat to Peter Gibbons-Neff one week out from the start of the Mini Transat. The singlehanded race from France to the Caribbean via the Canaries in Mini 6.50's. We talk in depth about the race, the boats and Peters pathway. Can't wait for this edition - 90 tiny boats sending it. #classmini #americascup #minitransatlabo…
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Published 10 September 2023 A fantastic chat to Vilma Bobeck Swedish 49er FX sailor. Sailing with Rebecca Netzler, they just dominated the fleet at the World Sailing Games winning the regatta by nearly 40 points. We get in deep on the regatta, sailing in Sweden, the Olympics and talking Bice, (look up the Swedish translation). It was a lot of fun. …
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Published 3 September 2023 We took the chance to chat to James Harayda the youngest sailor in the IMOCA fleet. He has put together the Gentoo Racing team chasing next years Vendee. He is a busy boy running the sailing program for the 60, a youth sailing team and the sustainability work. We break down everything that you need to do to make it. BP al…
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Published 27 August 2023 We first spoke to Josie 2 years ago. A few weeks ago she was the Navigator on Flying Jenny - the Cape 31 that won that division at Cowes week. It was the largest fleet of Cape 31's and there was plenty of breeze. Plus, well Josie is busy. Add in Etchells and a J70 Worlds campaign and there is plenty to chat about. mother_jo…
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Published 20 August 2023 We chat to Elke Hacker, who is not only a talented sailor, but also is an expert on skin cancer. Our sport is pre-disposed to people suffering from skin cancer, so we tap Elke's brain to understand not only what it is what it is, but also how we need to manage it no matter where you are in the World or how old you are. It i…
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Published 13 August 2023 We chat to Kai Colman boatbuilder American Magic AC team. Silver medal F18 Worlds. A young bloke trying to make the pro sailing world. We chatted to him in Barcelona to find out what life was like. #americascup #americanmagicteam #f18international #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #w…
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Published 6 August 2023 We chat to Tom Morris from the Youtube Channel Mozzy Sails (https://www.youtube.com/@MozzySails). Tom talks in depth about the Americas Cup on a regular basis so we decided to pick his brain. Its a good chat. #americascup #mozzysails #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingoffi…
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Published 30 July 2023 We chat to Daryl Wislang, first choice for so many sailing teams in the World. A man with an enviable record in the Ocean Race. Its a typical discussion with a Kiwi, understated, interesting and some good banter. #theoceanrace #darylwislang #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsaili…
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Published 23 July 2023 A busy episode. We chat to Hattie Rogers. A superstar of the future. Born into a sailing family, she lives and breathes the sport. Plus she was a lot of fun to chat to. We also dive into the Fastnet, all the World Champs on Lake Garda and SailGP. Enjoy. For 10% off of your first order of Radix Nutrition use the code BARKARATE…
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Published 16 July 2023 We jumped back in with Paul to continue the discussion. Loved it! #onesails #onesails_australasia #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #ins…
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Published 9 July 2023 We chat to the great Paul Eldrid. World Champion, Gold medal coach, Director 1 Sails Australasia. Paul is a great guy and a great story teller, plus he is a really, really good sailor and his approach will let you see the pathway. It is a great chat.....but we had to interrupt it to cross to Lee Randall manager of Xavier Doerr…
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Published 2 July 2023 we chat to Pamela Lee about her new Class40 campaign and attempt at the Transat Jacques Vabre. We last spoke to Pamy on Ep74 when she and Cat Hunt were prepping to attempt the double-handed round Ireland record. Determined and driven, Pam has been working hard to make the dream happen and in this Ep she tells us all. #assoccla…
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Published 25 June 2023 We chat to Sarah Douglas, Canada's, (Canadia's, Northern Australia's) ILCA representative at the Tokyo Olympics. This is just a really good conversation, a lot of fun. But Sarah also gives some really great detail around the psyche of being a top athlete. It's a good one if you are an up and comer and you are trying to get yo…
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Published 18 June 2023 We are back with our annual review and preview of SailGP. Whats going on behind the scenes? What new ideas will we see? Who will win? Does anyone like playing golf? We ask all the big questions. Of course we dive into that start of the final leg for the Ocean Race and we look at what is going on at the Moth Worlds - nothing. …
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Published 11 June 2023 We chat to Xavier after the storm. Our boy was 2/3rds around Australia trying to break the record for the fastest solo, unassisted lap of Oz, whilst being the youngest to sail around Oz and in the smallest boat. He was ahead of the record pace when he got hit by a bomb of a storm. Xav' joins us to share the experience. It's f…
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