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True Confessions of a Sales Leader is a podcast where sales leaders share the secrets of their successes and failures, while offering hard won guidance along the way. We’re here to help you transform your sales organization by developing the skills, system and culture that lead to sustainable and significant results. Enjoy the show.
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The unique NetWorth Radio broadcast delves deep into the most important headlines and the actual meaning for investors. Interviews with nationally acclaimed authors and Dallas business leaders bring to life investment strategy in a unique and exciting format. The author of two books and 31 investment articles, Spencer is a Certified Investment Management Analyst who manages portfolios for successful families.
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The Cayman Life

Mike Joseph and Stefan Prior

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More than just sand between your toes, The Cayman Life will help you to discover everything that makes Cayman, Cayman, and you’ll buy into her true side in no time. The Cayman Life delves into the unique and wonderful dynamics of the place we proudly call home. Passionate about their community and charming in their banter, join hosts Mike Joseph and Stefan Prior as they sit down with the island’s movers and shakers, longtime residents and new stars. It’s an immersive, engaging exploration of ...
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Vonheim

Christopher Vonheim

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Christopher Vonheim is the host of the Vonheim Podcast. Vonheim speaks with inspiring people about business, ocean industries, investing and start-ups. Ed Conway, Adam Draper, Øystein Kalleklev, Pål Ringholm, Sofie Olsen, Mark Yusko, Hugo De Stoop, Vaishali Kathuria, Lars Tvede, Anthony Pompliano, Peter C. Warren, Børge Brende, Nejra Macic, Lars Barstad and Amy Novogratz are just some of the guests on the podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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TikTok For You

TikTok & Gallery Media Group

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Welcome to the first official “For You” TikTok podcast, hosted by creator Brittany Broski. We discuss everything TikTok with the creators who have turned the platform into a global community and cultural phenomenon. This podcast really is For You, whether you’re a creator or just interested in the world of TikTok. Join us for never-before-heard stories and insights from those who create videos AND culture on TikTok.
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Impact Alumni Podcast

Impact Alumni - Paul J. Clifford

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This podcast will be produced at least monthly by an alumni relations professional for alumni relations professionals. From show to show we will explore the topics that are on the mind of alumni relations practitioners. From the details of event planning to the quest to define relevancy, Impact Alumni podcast will a quick and easy way for professionals to get professional development and guidance when the need it at their convenience. Your feedback is valued and needed, send me an email at i ...
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Kia Ora Aotearoa! Welcome to The Working Group, New Zealand's top political podcast not funded by NZ on Air. I'm your host, Martyn Bradbury, editor of The Daily Blog. Joining me tonight: Damien Grant, libertarian liquidator and Cthulhu of Capitalism. Matthew Hooton, NZ Herald columnist. Brad Olsen, New Zealand economics commentator. Issues: Nicola …
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Australia is taking a firm stance on vaping. The sale of vapes will be restricted to pharmacies from next week, as the Greens agree to pass a proposed ban. However, the Government has agreed to water down restrictions that would have required adults to obtain a prescription. Australia Correspondent Donna Demaio told Mike Hosking that this has spark…
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Scott Robertson’s All Blacks squad has been announced, with Scott Barrett taking the captaincy. He’s taking over the duties from Sam Cane, with Ardie Savea and Jordie Barrett sharing the vice-captaincy. Rugby Commentator Tony Johnson told Mike Hosking that he doubts there’ll be any drastic changes right off the bat. He said that if they’re going to…
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Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. Throughout the show, the guys are joined by Seahawks assistant head coach Leslie Frazier to discuss the keys which make a secondary unified and connected, building a defense from front to back, the value of a shutdown corner, why every player in the secondary has to be…
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The Cancer Society says yesterday was a momentous day but there's still a bit of uncertainty around Pharmac's funding boost. The Government's committed $604 million, taken in advance from next year's Budget. It will cover the funding for 54 new medicines, including 26 cancer treatments. Cancer Society chief executive Rachael Hart told Mike Hosking …
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Auckland will soon have Police on the beat 24/7. Community Beat Teams will be based in major centres, with 63 officers in Auckland, 17 in Wellington and 10 in Christchurch. It's the Police and Government's newest plan to crackdown on crime rates. Police Minister Mark Mitchell told Mike Hosking “We want to make sure that we have a safe city – not on…
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King Charles will likely skip New Zealand during his upcoming tour to the South Pacific. According to The Mirror, he and Queen Camilla are set to visit Australia and Samoa - but have dropped New Zealand. The visit was never officially announced - just rumoured to be on the agenda. UK Correspondent Gavin Grey told Mike Hosking “His Majesty is said t…
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I think we got enough out of Nicola Willis on the programme Friday to know that today, cabinet’s gonna sign off this money for Pharmac to solve the cancer problem. The big outworking of this is - I hope they've learned their lesson. This government has a couple of problems. The biggest one is the mess they inherited. We are going to spend at least …
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The Blues dominated the Chiefs on Saturday night to take the 2024 Super Rugby title at Eden Park - beating the visitors 41-10. Caleb Clarke scored a hattrick as Akira Ioane and AJ Lam got a try each. It's the first time they've won the competition in more than two decades. Newstalk ZB Sports Anchor, Andrew Alderson, told Mike Hosking “I thought it …
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The Government’s expected to announce a $600 million boost in funding for Pharmac today. If approved, it would bump the medicine budget up 40 percent - and cover the 13 cancer drugs the Government initially promised, and more. Patient Voice Aotearoa Chair, Malcolm Mulholland, told Mike Hosking “From our perspective – this was always going to be the…
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Labour’s lead in the UK election is holding steady as the Tories deal with a scandal. The party has admitted that their campaign head, Tony Lee, placed bets on the timing of the vote, allegedly just days before Sunak went public. The BBC revealed that Tory candidate Laura Sanders, wife of Lee, is also being investigated by Britain’s Gambling Commis…
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New Zealand's officially out of a technical recession but may not be out of the woods. Stats NZ figures show GDP rose 0.2% in the three months to March and the same amount for the year. However, per capita GDP decreased by 0.3%. Infometrics Chief Economist Brad Olsen told Mike Hosking that the numbers are not looking promising for Q2. He said that …
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Marcas Grant and Michael F. Florio answer listeners' questions in the latest NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet livestream. In this Part 2 episode, the hosts delve into the realm of music and movies. The hosts review Kendrick Lamar's "Pop-Out: Ken and Friends" Show, reflecting on the historic Juneteenth night where Kendrick showcased a star-studded lineup of …
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Tomorrow’s Super Rugby Final is set to be an intense match. The Blues face off against the Chiefs at a sold-out Eden Park, kicking off just after 7pm. ZB’s Rugby Commentator Elliott Smith told Mike Hosking that the Chiefs have come out of nowhere in the last couple weeks. The Blues were expected to face the Hurricanes in the finals, the Chiefs ente…
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A Northland business leader says the large power outage will significantly impact business. Widespread power outages began yesterday morning when a transmission tower toppled at Glorit, northwest of Auckland. NorthPower says supply has since been restored to the majority of Northland. Top Energy is showing 61 customers in Bay of Islands still witho…
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Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. Throughout the show, the guys go through every division and rank the wide receiver groups within it (:38). Find out which wide receiver groups ranked at the top of each division in these rankings. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network. NOTE: timecodes a…
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Freight operators are thrilled they can deliver goods to Northland a lot faster from next week. State Highway 1 over the Brynderwyns will reopen to two-way traffic from 11.59pm next Wednesday, just in time for Matariki weekend. The Transport Agency says additional space has been created so crews can work on repairs without lengthy closures. James S…
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We'll know later today whether New Zealand was in a technical recession last financial quarter. Gross Domestic Product figures for the three months to March are released later this morning. ASB is forecasting a 0.1% rise. Senior economist Kim Mundy told Mike Hosking that they're not expecting another recession, but neither are they expecting strong…
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There's a renewed call for Boeing to be prosecuted after being grilled in the US Senate over its recent safety issues. US Justice officials have until July 7th to decide if it lays criminal charges. Family members of the 346 victims of two separate crashes involving Boeing planes five years ago were also at the hearing. US Correspondent Katherine F…
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Dolphin advocates are celebrating SailGP's decision to move next year's event from Christchurch. SailGP announced the 2025 edition wouldn't return to Lyttelton Harbour, which has hosted for the last two years. In this year's event, the first day of racing was controversially cancelled due to a Hector's Dolphin spotting. Maui and Hector's Dolphin De…
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Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. Throughout the show, the guys go through every division and rank the running back groups within it (1:04). Find out which running back groups ranked at the top of each division in these rankings. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network. NOTE: timecodes ap…
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Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off, the guys react to the Boston Celtics winning the NBA championship and discuss the impressive job President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens has done (1:01). For the rest of the show, the pair go through every division and rank the starting quarterbac…
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Dozens of migrants have been rescued from a sinking ship in the Mediterranean. German aid group RESQSHIP said it picked up 51 people from a sinking wooden boat, including two unconscious people, and found ten bodies trapped in the lower deck. A second ship sank nearby, and 64 people total are still missing from the vessels. Europe Correspondent Gav…
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Maintenance on ageing Interislander ferries is seen as a short-term solution by the Maritime Union. Estimated annual maintenance costs to keep KiwiRail’s three ageing Interislander ferries running could almost double to $65 million by next year, and keeping the ferries afloat will be an “ongoing battle”. A previous assessment of the fleet’s conditi…
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There’s hopes an improved vaccine against an infectious disease running rife through New Zealand cattle could ease costs for farmers. The Ministry for Primary Industries is backing a project which aims to develop a modified vaccine against Bovine Viral Diarrhoea. It impacts about 80% of our dairy and beef herds and costs the industry more than $190…
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A victims' advocate says new measures to address court backlogs are doable if all players in the system play their part. The Chief District Court Judge has introduced maximum waiting times based on the seriousness of the crime. For the least serious category —where there's no risk of prison— the aim is six months. Independent victims' advocate Ruth…
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With new rules coming to the NFL in regards to kickoffs, Peter welcomes Browns Special Teams Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach Bubba Ventrone to the pod. Bubba takes us through the new rules, why they matter, and how they’ll be the story of the NFL’s preseason and first week. Bubba also details his ten years as a player and ten years as a coach …
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Kia Ora Aotearoa! Welcome to The Working Group, New Zealand's top political podcast not funded by NZ on Air. I'm your host, Martyn Bradbury, editor of The Daily Blog. Joining me tonight: David Parker and Matthew Hooton, alongside Host Martin (Bomber) Bradbury and panelist Damien Grant. TEXT: Working to 3598 Check out the Social Media - https://bent…
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Following his visit to New Zealand, the Chinese Premier has begun his visit to Australia. Li Qiang was greeted by hundreds of supporters and protestors upon his arrival in Canberra on Sunday, receiving a ceremonial welcome at Parliament House. Australian Correspondent Donna Demaio told Mike Hosking that there has been talks of better military commu…
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The Government's changed its tune on transgender people participating in community sports. A policy in the New Zealand First-National Coalition agreement threatened to withhold public funding if sports bodies didn't separate trans athletes from grassroots competitions. After feedback from Sport New Zealand, Sport and Recreation Minister Chris Bisho…
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Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off, the guys explain why the college football experience for players is better now (1:15). For the rest of the show, former NFL cornerback Chris Harris Jr. joins to discuss his journey being an undrafted player, his mindset being an undrafted player in his ca…
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The Government promises “granny flats” of 60 square metres or less will be easier to build after planning changes that will force councils to permit small dwellings on rural and residential zones without resource consent. Making it easier to build granny flats was part of NZ First’s coalition agreement with National. NZ First leader Winston Peters,…
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This weekend's Super Rugby semifinals have raised a few eyebrows over their smaller-than expected attendance numbers. ZB sports reporter Andrew Alderson suspects this is because these Super Rugby matches had to compete with this weekend's Warriors' clash. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The Princess of Wales has returned to the public eye for King's Birthday celebrations, making her first public appearance this year. Kate faced wild internet speculation on her whereabouts earlier this year before revealing she's undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. She was pictured smiling, sitting alongside her three children in a carria…
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One teachers' union is concerned abut the recommended changes to teaching standards in a new report. The Ministerial Advisory Group reviewing English and maths learning has recommended annual 'checkpoint' tests for students. It also recommends children be encouraged to write by hand as much as possible for their first three years at school - and cu…
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