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Leadership Lights

Petra Sorge dos Santos

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Keys to Leadership across Cultures in just 6 minutes. 🌍 Global update for busy Leaders on the job. 💡Mini-Keynotes for aspiring talents to go further. Petra is an inspiring Leadership Coach across Cultures. Located in Hamburg her personal disruption started when working w/ Change in Brazil and Africa.
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"I should be writing" is what people say, but they rarely do it. This podcast is designed to help you get past those blocks, whether it's what your teacher told you when you were a kid, to being totally sure you'll never be as good as (FAV AUTHOR) so you might as well quit.
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Pastry Arts Podcast

Pastry Arts Magazine

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Join host Tish Boyle, managing editor of Pastry Arts Magazine, as she goes in-depth with prominent pastry and baking figures to explore their journey, lessons and advice to inspire professionals striving for excellence.
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Bakeology

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Bakeology is a podcast all about exploring how food shapes who we are, with a no soggy bottom guarantee. I’m your host, Adam Miller, and you may remember as a finalist from the 2023 season of The Great Australian Bake Off. I’m fascinated by the role food food plays in our lives. How it helps us understand and connect with each other, and how it transports us back to the special times and people in our lives. Bakeology is a playful podcast that explores bakes from the past and the memories an ...
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Edited by Christie Yant and Arley Sorg, FANTASY is a digital magazine focusing exclusively on the fantasy genre. In its pages, you will find all types of fantasy—dark fantasy, contemporary urban tales, surrealism, magical realism, science fantasy, high fantasy, folktales…and anything and everything in between. Fantasy is entertainment for the intelligent genre reader—we publish stories of the fantastic that make us think, and tell us what it is to be human. Every month FANTASY will bring you ...
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I lys av døden

Jeanett Andrea Søderstrøm

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En podkast om hvordan døden former livet vårt og samfunnet. Hvor programleder Jeanett Andrea Søderstrøm snakker med fagfolk, helsepersonell, artister og etterlatte om hvordan vi lever, jobber og finner mening – i lys av døden. Selv om vi er kommet langt på vei når det gjelder større åpenhet om den, så er døden som tema på mange måter fortsatt tabu. Riktignok finnes det mange forståelige årsaker til det og de snakker vi også om i denne podkasten, men ett av hovedmålene med programmet er altså ...
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Multiracial Whiteboy host Kim Noonan examines the impact of his white upbringing by having personal discussions with other mixed individuals about racial identity in America. Kim is an award-winning filmmaker who currently resides in Los Angeles. https://www.kimnoonan.me/
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In her two decades as an entrepreneur, Crank & Boom Ice Cream founder Toa Green has navigated countless highs and lows. Now she wants to guide fellow dreamers and go-getters on their own journeys to success. From creating and scaling her craft ice cream business into a nationally beloved brand, to revealing the shortcuts and potholes she encountered along the way, Toa covers it all, including her most valuable discovery: the joy of supporting yourself on your terms, and leaving your local co ...
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Brought to you by Thule, You Inspire Us is all about people who inspire us to live a more active, fulfilling life. Every other week, downhill mountain biker and sports commentator Eliot Jackson will deep dive into conversations with athletes, adrenaline-seekers, and all-around adventurers. From snowboard legend Xavier De Le Rue to king of MTB Slopestyle Emil Johansson, we’ll be peeling back the surface to get to the heart of what motivates our guests to lead such active lives.
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Hvordan kommer man over en bunnløs kjærlighetssorg? Hvordan ha det bra alene? Og hvorfor velger folk å bli sammen, slå opp eller å leve uten partner? I podkasten «Ida med hjertet i hånden» møter Ida Fladen mennesker med ulike syn på relasjoner og kjærlighet, folk som dumper, blir dumpa, som lever alene, er skilt, aldri har hatt kjæreste, ikke kan leve uten kjæreste og har andre interessante historier om kjærlighet. Trykk her for å høre alle episodene eksklusivt hos Podme. «Ida med hjertet i ...
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Bekreftet – en prat om kreft og sånn er en podcast for unge kreftrammede og pårørende. «Alle» kjenner noen som har kreft, men dette er ikke en podcast om sykdom. Bekreftet handler om unge mennesker som har en historie å fortelle. Det handler om å leve, her og nå. Podcasten er produsert av organisasjonen Ung Kreft.
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The X-Rae Podcast with Iris Bahr & Rae Lynn

The X-Rae Podcast with Iris Bahr & Rae Lynn

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X-RAE is a funny, wild and insightful podcast hosted by comedian, actor and author Iris Bahr, and her alter ego, Southern intellectual, life coach and professional baby surrogate, Rae Lynn Caspar White. They trade off interviewing an array of iconic cultural icons including MSNBC host and political pundit Lawrence O'Donnell, Director Doug Liman and Neuroscientist Moran Cerf. www.xraepod.com and www.irisbahr.com to learn more.
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There’s never been a musical theatre game show… until now. In The Great Broadway Game Show Competition teams of Broadway stars face off against each other, and the audience, to identify show tunes and win money for charity, all while sharing intimate stories and memories from their lives and careers. Who do you think knows more about musicals? Who can remember all the lyrics to the most obscure songs on Broadway? Tune in and play along with host Todd Graff as he puts everyone’s knowledge to ...
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Martin Sorge is a baker, recipe developer, and food writer based in Chicago, IL. A tried-and-true Midwestern native from Fort Wayne, IN, Martin’s passion for baking dates back to his early childhood when he accidentally set a microwave on fire while attempting to make a “biscuit” out of a few simple ingredients. Despite that setback, Martin forged …
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Adam’s heading to Chicago to chat with the winner of the Great American Baking Show Martin Sorge. Adam and Martin untangle the differences between American and Australian baking, demystify American food culture all while exploring some of Martin’s favourite bakes and flavours. There are cherries, pies, sweet pastries and even a trip to a mountain t…
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S20 Ep11: In which we travel "The Other Valley" with Scott Alexander Howard Transcript "I wrote it in a blissful who cares? Mentality, like, 'oh, well, genre will sort itself out.'" - Scott Alexander Howard In this episode, we're joined by Scott Alexander Howard, author of The Other Valley, a novel where literary meets speculative. Scott delves int…
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Today Adam’s chatting with writer, comedian, producer and presenter - the charmingly fabulous AJ Lamarque When AJ’s not on the comedy stage, mentoring up-and-coming comedians or studying Egyptology, he loves spending time in the kitchen. In the lead up to his brand new comedy show for the 2024 Sydney Comedy Festival, AJ sat down with Adam to discus…
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I Should Be Writing Season 20, Episode 10 "I felt like a cuckoo among very pretty birds." - Mur Fresh off the JoCo cruise, we discusses the allure of nerd paradise and how navigating imposter syndrome is a frequent struggle. I share tabletop RPG antics, celebrity karaoke adventures, and the amazing feeling of having legitimately cool creators accep…
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I Should Be Writing Season 20, Episode 9 Transcript "If you don't start out perfect, you're never going to be good." - Evil Mur Evil Mur is back giving terrible advice and it's a wild ride through the looking glass of a writer's darker musings. We cover questioning the point of writing when perfection eludes us to the ruthless strategy of writing o…
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I Should Be Writing Season 20, Episode 7 Transcript I found myself looking for my own magic bullet and getting frustrated a the media who take the idea of a daily routine--something people with ADHD people need--and play it off as only done by stodgy, unfun dorks. I discuss Josh Zimmerman's videos, how creation is like jumping off a diving board fo…
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Welcome to the very first fun size episode of Bakeology! We join Tegan and Adam in the middle of their conversation about all things science fiction. While there’s limited baking chat, these short outtakes reveal some insightful and chuckle-worthy anecdotes that would have otherwise been lost to the baking cosmos. Set your phasers to fun and may th…
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Today Adam is joined by screen writer, comedian, podcast host, radio producer and lover of food, Tegan Higginbotham. Get comfy, because the next hour is filled with Parisian delights, stories of growing up in country Victoria and a delightfully inordinate amount of time spent sampling baked and sweet delights. An empty stomach is not recommended wh…
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Adam is joined this week by the divine Paola Bacchia. Since 2011, Paola has been capturing the beauty of Italian food and culture through her blog Italy on My Mind. Through photos, recipes and four incredible cookbooks filled with stunning stories from her family and people across Italy, Paola has built a beautiful community who all share a love fo…
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Welcome back to the wonderful world of Bakeology for Season 2! Like any good season premiere, we’re starting things with a bang with one of the queens of baking, cookbook author and MasterChef Australia Champion – Emelia Jackson. Emelia and Adam chat all things baking, what goes in to creating a such an iconic cookbook, and what inspires Emelia in …
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I Should Be WritingSeason 20, Episode 7 In this episode, I discuss trusting yourself because sometimes no one else will. We also talk File 770, Genre Grapevine, I mispronounce "chutzpah," make a Wizard of Oz reference, and how should I celebrate 20 seasons of ISBW? Remember, advice is supplementary. Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I S…
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ISBW S20 Ep6 Author Gwenda Bond comes on the show to talk The Frame Up, heists, and point of view! We also discuss being ballsy at Boskone, pen names, T. Kingfisher's "What Feasts At Night," writing retreats, and heist structure. If you order The Frame Up from Bookshop.org, use the code FRAMEUP for 10% off! Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about…
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Based in Los Angeles, California, Chef Mario Bacherini is the West Coast Pastry Chef of L’École Valrhona, where is he is in charge of conducting classes, demonstrations and workshops for professionals, providing one-on-one culinary consultations and bringing Valrhona’s expert touch to the West Coast. After graduating from culinary school in Florenc…
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ISBW S20 Ep5 Debut author Avione Lee comes to tell us about the Odyssey Workshop and the various programs! Odyssey Your Personal Workshop (deadline is soon!) Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know that? Mur's newsletter, The Hot Mic Socials: Bluesky, Mastodon, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Focu…
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ISBW S20 Ep4 Hugos are still messy, so check out Chris M. Barkley*, Paul Weimer, Alasdair Stuart, and Jason Sanford and the excellent fanwriting they do. *Accidentally call him Charles in the recording. Sorry! We talk character depth, using Baldur's Gate 3 as an example. Lastly we get in to the hybrid outline thing I'm trying to do to help me write…
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Hello Friends, I want to thank you so much for coming on this journey with me. We explored the greatest and most challenging parts of entrepreneurship together and I hope you have felt the deep love and support that I have felt in making this for you. I am making the difficult decision to pause the podcast indefinitely as I focus more of my energy …
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ISBW S20 Ep3 Debut author Eilish Quin joins us to talk about her retelling of Euripedes' classic story, Medea, with glorious descriptive prose and a feminist point of view. We talk about hurdles and wins and what to keep in mind when doing a retelling. Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know t…
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Born and raised in the south of France, Didier Saba started his career as an accountant, but his love for creating French pastries eventually led to training at the famous pastry school Lenôtre. With the help of a renowned pastry chef from Lenôtre, he relocated to the United States and opened his first Le Macaron French Pastries Cafe in 2009. Didie…
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ISBW S20 Ep2 I am not a lawyer or an accountant, and taxes mentioned in the podcast are specific to my understanding of US tax law. No one like to talk about money. Either you admit how bad you are or you're awkward because you make a lot. Or you're a jerk, but we aren't talking to those people. I'm here to talk about my income, what an advance rea…
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ISBW S20 Ep1 Why am I still doing this show after 20 years? Believe me, I was the first person to ask this. We talk about my career, my mental health, and, well, why? Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know that? Mur's newsletter, The Hot Mic Socials: Bluesky, Mastodon, TikTok, Instagram, YouT…
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One of the best things you can do for your business is to create your home on the internet — your website. With social media platforms coming and going based on trends and demographics, having your own website is a piece of the internet landscape that you specifically own. It’s a special way to connect with your customers and build trust and repert…
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You've arrived at a point where you're considering expanding your business reach. Wholesale might be the perfect next step to grow your brand and products. The magical moment of seeing your products out in the wild next to other brands you admire is such a major moment in any business and requires a lot of determination and planning. In this episod…
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Chef Gonzo Jimenez was born in Northern Argentina and raised in a Spanish household surrounded by good food and long family meals. At the age of 17, he started working in restaurants and fell in love with the culinary world. He enrolled in pastry and culinary school in Buenos Aires. After completing his studies, he traveled around the country worki…
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Burnout is real; chronic distress over long periods has detrimental effects on the body and the mind that can leave even the most passionate entrepreneur totally drained. No matter how much you love what you do, if you’re not aware that long hours and single focus will eventually make you hit a wall, it will manifest in other ways—exhaustion, apath…
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You've arrived at the end of the year. The ups and downs of the business came and went, and you made it! Now it's time to take a moment and reflect on what went well and what didn't go well. So whip out your planner and favorite sticky notes, and get ready to start a process that will help you create a strategic roadmap that builds on past successe…
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I got to talk to award-winning Nigerian author Chikodili Emelumadu about her new book Dazzling, and we wander all sorts of directions, including into ambition, what makes her write, and advice for new writers! Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know that? Mur's newsletter, The Hot Mic Socials:…
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ISBW S19 Ep33 I wanted to discuss humor again, so my buddy Valerie came back on to talk about it because she's smarter than me. Even though she introduced us to "Diggy Diggy Hole." We also talk "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun," the Bridesmaids toast scene that makes me wanna die, The Hitchhiker's Gudie to the Galaxy, and Tom Cardy's "Perception C…
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In the chaotic world of entrepreneurship, finding purpose and peace can be a challenge. If you haven’t already tapped into your own personal belief system to guide your business journey, you may find your internal compass lacking when it comes to making decisions. Are the fires that stoked your business drive cooling as you’re constantly dealing wi…
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ISBW S19 Ep32 Steve Martin famously did his comedy acts to empty bars when he started. It's a good mindset to keep. Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know that? Mur's newsletter, The Hot Mic Socials: Bluesky, Mastodon, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Focusmate. No more bird site. Alas. Theme by J…
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ISBW S19 Ep31 Self care, yo. It's dark, we're at the end of a big project, and time to be kind to yourself. Minimal show notes. If you want something clarified, ask in comments and I will get you a link. More shows coming soon! Evergreen Links I don't talk enough about the I Should Be Writing book. It exists. Did you know that? Mur's newsletter, Th…
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When you are a parent and the CEO of your own business it is just about all you can do to keep your head above water. You want to give attention to your business, but you don’t want to neglect your family in the process. Toa Green wants to encourage you that being intentional about how you manage your time will give you balance in these areas and h…
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In part 2 of the Bakeology Festive Collection, Adam catches up with the fabulous Bec Reid and Tristan Meecham from All The Queens Men This episode is Bakeology at its best – Adam, Bec and Tristan explore how Christmases-past shake lose some of the most meaningful and gloriously ridiculous memories, as well as how special the act of passing recipes …
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Philip Khoury is the award-winning Head Pastry Chef at Harrods in London and the author of the newly released book A New Way to Bake: Re-imagined Recipes for Plant-Based Cakes, Bakes and Desserts (Hardie Grant, 2023). Chef Khoury started his career at Australia’s most awarded restaurant, Quay in Sidney, before becoming Adriano Zumbo’s head of R&D, …
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Have you ever witnessed the remarkable power of exceptional customer service? Customer service is not just a business strategy, it's a way to forge lasting and authentic connections with your customers. But what happens when a disgruntled customer walks through your doors or leaves a tough review? Toa Green learned through lived experience that kin…
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The Bakeology Festive Collection is here to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year! In the first of two festive specials, Adam catches up with Bakeology's first-ever guest and winner of the Great Australian Bake Off, Laura Foo. This episode is jam-packed with festive cheer, giggles and Christmas baking and food ideas, from edible gifts, emer…
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Turns out that the stress of dealing with November has made me sit on this production. :( But Travis Baldree and I hung out online and talked about our books that launched this month, Chaos Terminal and Bookshops and Bonedust. Transcript Travis Baldree 03:53 ...I've discovered stickers are the easiest way for me to not feel awkward at assigning or …
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Are you feeling the squeeze on finding time to focus on growing your small business? By outsourcing functions to others who can do it more easily (and affordably), you can streamline your operations, allowing you to concentrate on what you do best. In this episode Toa Green shares the moment she realized the importance of seeking out an expert’s gu…
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There are so many fires that can arise when running a small business, but one consistent practice can change how you work and how you thrive — Gratitude. Embracing gratitude as an attitude change not only has intrinsic value for your life but also is a strategic skill that can transform your business. The benefits of gratitude include being able to…
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