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Best True Responsive Design podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best True Responsive Design podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
 
We explore all things related to true health and wellness, with a focus on real talk and deep conversations. We’ll discuss nutrition, fitness, lifestyle, relationships, and so much more. Episodes include interviews with inspiring guests in the health and wellness field as well as Q&As with the host. Christina is a holistic health coach, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, creator of christinaricewellness.com, and cohost of the Straight Up Paleo podcast!
 
Welcome to Becoming Fearless, a podcast about what it takes to say yes to yourself when you are at the intersection of staying the path or taking a leap of faith. I’m Annie Spano, a multi-passionate entrepreneur who became fearless in 2016 by saying yes to the unknown so I could start living my fullest potential and inspire other women to do the same. Tune in for empowering conversations about saying yes to your dreams, finding your authentic self, living your values, and becoming the best v ...
 
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In today's episode I'm diving into how understanding Human Design has impacted my business, my relationships, my intuitive abilities, and my health. I discuss my sensory type, being sensitive to technology, the deconditioning process, and learning to understand the sacral response. I also share more about making a big pivot in my business, growing …
 
Video-based learning is on the rise... and has been since the launch of YouTube in 2005. Mobile devices, apps, and social media, are some of the drivers behind this trend. It's a tech trend in businesses with cautiously curious executives wondering how to use it as a competitive advantage. There are many opportunities for training departments. But …
 
Historically, people who had large IRA’s, and who didn’t want their beneficiaries to squander their inheritance all in one year, could use a trust to make sure the funds were released over the course of their lifetime. However, due to the recently passed Secure Act, that beneficiary will be forced to spend down that money over ten years or less. Th…
 
In this episode I'm chatting with Human Design expert Kelly Roland, an intuitive guide, embodiment coach, and astrological oracle specializing in the systems of Human Design and Mayan Astrology. The main focus of her work is empowerment- discovering your uniqueness so that you can reclaim your power and gifts in all aspects of your life. Kelly was …
 
Technology advancements are rapidly forcing corporate learning leaders to rethink their internal L&D strategies. Retooling the technology infrastructure is a big part of that strategy in many cases because past systems have not kept up. Learning Experience Platforms are a perfect example. But how does this impact you, the instructional designer or …
 
Today I’m joined by Kelly Scott from Kelly’s Clean Kitchen for some laid back #girltalk! In this episode we're discussing all things VALENTINE'S DAY! Kelly and I talk about why we love Valentine's Day, our best and worst Valentine's Days, and what our expectations are. We talk about navigating Valentine's Day when you're a new couple, what to get y…
 
The 4% Rule originated with a man named William Bengen in 1994. He looked back and noticed that people were withdrawing from their portfolios at a very haphazard rate. Prior to 2005, a common way people used to determine how much they could withdraw was to look at the average return of the market at the time. When asked, 40% of retirees said that t…
 
Claire Siegel is a registered dietitian who’s all about balancing her real food, veggie-heavy approach to nutrition with her love of burgers, dark chocolate, and red wine. Before that, Claire spent a decade dieting - counting calories, tracking macros, logging points, and punishing herself through exercise. When she finally reached her goal weight,…
 
Head to bit.ly/ketostackcrw for the keto lifestyle stack, which contains close to $1,000 worth of content to help you transition to a ketogenic lifestyle all for $49! This offer is only available until midnight (EST) on Tuesday, February 11th. In today's episode I'm discussing why I tried the carnivore diet again, my adaptation period to carnivore,…
 
You've probably heard about Learning Experience Platforms but have you ever thought about being a learning experience designer? It's not a new term or title, but we often blend conversations about experience design into instructional design. Perhaps it's time we talk about it as something different. Instructional design served us well for over 50 y…
 
David gets the same question nearly every single week. Someone invariably asks about how if they do a Roth conversion, won’t they have less money working for them in the tax-free bucket and need more time to catch up compared to had they just left the money in the tax-deferred bucket? If the government came up to you and offered to loan you some mo…
 
On this episode of Becoming Fearless, meet Anna Churchill, the founder of Synergy Face and Body, a med spa focused on clinical and corrective skincare. As a professional dancer, Anna always loved the aesthetic element of performance. After working with plastic surgeons and dermatologists for years, Anna decided to open her own business. Since openi…
 
Today I'm chatting with return guest, Dr. Becky Campbell. Dr. Becky Campbell is a board-certified doctor of natural medicine, founder of Dr. Becky Campbell.com, and author of The 30-Day Thyroid Reset Plan and The 4-Phase Histamine Reset Plan. Dr. Campbell specializes in thyroid disease, autoimmune disease, and histamine intolerance and hopes to hel…
 
Are you wondering what's next for your career as an instructional designer? Are you thinking about becoming a freelancer? Have you thought about switching from ID in academia to corporate, or vice versa? Or what about moving your career to a different country?This week on IDIODC we're talking with John Hinchliffe who's career spans all of these shi…
 
David prefers to be a clear-eyed realist and face things head on, mincing words about the fiscal situation of the United States would be a disservice to everyone. One of the big things that people have asked about after the previous episode is whether shifting all their money to tax-free will do anything for them. If the situation is so bad, what’s…
 
Today's episode is a re-released episode of Straight Up Paleo Podcast with Kara Halderman, an NTP and NLP Master Practitioner who helps women step into confidence with their food and bodies. In this episode, Kara and I discuss dealing with food intolerances, the problems with standard eating disorder recovery, food shaming, and intuitive eating. We…
 
Today I'm chatting with David Tomen, creator of NootropicsExpert.com and author of Secrets of the Optimized Brain and Head First. After struggling with Adult ADD, depression, memory loss, chronic fatigue, and other neurological symptoms, David used nootropic supplements to turn his life around, and he has since dedicated his life to helping others …
 
With so many courses being created on a regular basis, and so few of them showing much level of improvement, how do we make a better learning mouse trap? Communities!People learn best when they are connecting with other people. And in the standard models of instructional design we typically leave participants on their own after the training event h…
 
The new year brings important changes to the IRS tax code along with various thresholds that we have to know about when it comes to Power of Zero planning. We have to be keenly aware of these thresholds because they can end up being landmines if we’re not doing things correctly. The new income threshold for the Roth IRA is $124,000 to $139,000 for …
 
In today's episode, I'm responding to a listener question about recovering from restriction. I discuss the problems with food shaming, why eating healthy doesn't mean you're orthorexic, and the many different causes of eating disorders. I talk about my history with binge eating, the role of nutrient density in recovery, eating fear foods, learning …
 
Today on the Becoming Fearless podcast, meet Kelsey Murphy, a business and life coach who works with people to help them redefine what they want to do for work and create businesses that fit their holistic visions of their lives. Kelsey has a background in advertising, but she always knew advertising wasn’t meant to be her long-term dream. What Kel…
 
Today I'm chatting with Tallia Deljou, a positive psychology coach who helps women develop the skills and mindset to elevate their quality of life. With a Masters in Positive Psychology from Claremont Graduate University, Tallia had the honor of learning from the founding pioneer of the field of himself, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. Soon after, she co-…
 
Welcome to another edition of IDIODC Drink'n'Draw-ing with Kevin Thorn, we'll be talking about the usage and importance of icons as graphic elements in your instructional designs. (Not sure what Drink'n'Draw is? Catch up on our last Drink'n'Draw episode with Kevin Thorn here on Youtube: https://youtu.be/2AO-ov8QESY )With a favourite returning guest…
 
For a grim depiction, check out this article The Mathematical Certainty of U.S. Government Default by Ptolemy3 about the future of the US government’s debt situation. The US government reached the tipping point at least fifteen years ago where the only way out will be default. People who calculate debt for the US federal always do it incorrectly. T…
 
Today I'm joined by Kelly Scott from Kelly's Clean Kitchen! We're discussing Kelly's life since leaving culinary school, why so many women think red meat is unhealthy, and the misconception that women need to eat less than men. We also talk about how the carnivore diet has changed my feelings about vegetables, what it's like working with a friend, …
 
Today I'm chatting with Sarah Clark, a certified life coach with accreditation from the International Coaches Federation and a health coach with training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is the author of Fabulously Fertile - Supercharge your Fertility Naturally. Her fertility coaching program, which includes functional lab testing,…
 
In today's episode I'm chatting about body comments, hyper-awareness of other people's bodies, and identifying triggers. I discuss language related to body comments, why you can't assume someone's health situation, body image, family dynamics, dealing with insecurities, what to do if you're faced with a positive or negative body remark, and more. F…
 
Happy new year and welcome to the new decade!Wait, new decade... hard to believe it's already been 10 years since our last decade, and ten more since the last before - which marked another millennium. Oh how time flies. But, sometimes putting everything in perspective is helpful to understand our experiences and what we've accomplished in the past,…
 
The SECURE Act was passed a couple of weeks ago and we now know what it’s implications are. The big thing that everyone is talking about is that it eliminates the lifetime stretch provision for non-spouse beneficiaries of IRA’s, 201(k)’s, and Roth IRA’s. Now, if you’re leaving your IRA to a non-spouse beneficiary like a child, they will have to rea…
 
This week on Becoming Fearless, meet Erica Ligenza, the blogger behind Coming Up Roses, the voice of the Thrive podcast, and the creator of BossPitch. Erica started her blog in 2013 as a creative outlet while she was in college, posting just once a week. Soon, the blog gained momentum and when she graduated, Erica was able to turn blogging into her…
 
Today I'm chatting with Dr. Norman Robillard, founder of the Digestive Health Institute and leading gut health expert. He is a microbiologist, the author of Fast Tract Digestion book series and publisher of the Fast Tract Diet mobile app. He is the creator of the drug and antibiotics free Fast Tract Diet for functional gastrointestinal disorders, s…
 
Today I’m welcoming in the New Year (Happy 2019!) with a fun podcast episode wrapping up the last decade, joined by my friend Michelle Strand. Michelle is a Nutritional Therapy Consultant and producer of Women of Impact and Health Theory! Michelle has also previously been a guest on the show - you can hear her on episode 222 and episode 191. In thi…
 
One of the most common questions that David gets is regarding what happens to the Medicare Part B premium if someone engages in a Power of Zero tax strategy. Are there unexpected consequences of shifting money from tax-deferred to tax-free? When you do a Roth conversion, it doesn’t count towards the income thresholds that determine whether you can …
 
Today I’m chatting with Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, a digital-first, mission-driven investment platform for women. In this episode, Sallie discusses how she got started on Wall Street, her experience being a woman on Wall Street, gender differences in finance careers, balancing children with work, and the biggest risks she too…
 
In today's episode, I'm chatting about my upcoming business and personal plans for 2020, energetic shifts in the new year, and updates on my health. I'm also chatting about moving into a new apartment, clearing the space, and updates on my nutrition and fitness. I discuss my morning routine, supporting detox, new dating apps, my dating life, what t…
 
Once you get past December 31 of 2019 you will only have six years left to reposition dollars from tax-deferred to tax-free before tax rates go up for good. Every year that goes by your timeline gets shorter. The question that David gets all the time is what is going to happen once 2026 hits and will the Power of Zero paradigm still exist? The Powe…
 
Jonathan Levi is a serial entrepreneur, bestselling author, and keynote speaker born and raised in Silicon Valley. Jonathan is the creator of the rapidly growing information products company, SuperHuman Enterprises, which produces such products as the award-winning SuperHuman Academy Podcast; the bestselling "Become a SuperLearner®” print, digital,…
 
Hey, Merry end of year reporting Season! ...What? That's not a thing? Sure it is! This is the perfect time of year to be reflecting on your accomplishments and the value you add to your organization. But the big question is What do you count? What data do you have that tells the best story? Well, it's not too late to figure that out. Wrapping up 20…
 
The last weeks of December are critical in terms of taking advantage of your last opportunities to do Roth conversions for the 2019 tax year. Many people think you can go all the way until December 31 but that’s not always going to be the case. Some companies require you to submit a Roth conversion much earlier because they can take some time to pr…
 
Today I'm chatting with Dr. Stephanie Rimka, BA, DC, BCN. Dr. Rimka is a holistic brain optimization specialist focusing on integrated neurotherapies to identify and address the root cause of mental illness, learning disorders, and chronic illness. She has dedicated over 25 years to learning the best practices in functional medicine from masters in…
 
Today I'm chatting with Dr. Stephanie Rimka, BA, DC, BCN. Dr. Rimka is a holistic brain optimization specialist focusing on integrated neurotherapies to identify and address the root cause of mental illness, learning disorders, and chronic illness. She has dedicated over 25 years to learning the best practices in functional medicine from masters in…
 
Today I'm chatting with Debra Silverman, part Astrologer, part psychologist, part comedian and ALL REAL. She helps people turn on their own inner observer, to see the things they say and do in a totally objective way. Debra has been in private practice for over 40 years. She uses astrology and her own system called The 4 Elements (or 4E for short) …
 
The eLearning industry has had mobile learning, or mLearning, for well over 15 years now. Wow! Has it really been that long? Yep. So, are you creating mLearning? Have you moved to a mobile first methodology? What about your SCORM packages in your LMS are they mobile ready? And don't forget about xAPI... Aaahhh.... It can all feel a little overwhelm…
 
David gets a number of emails from listeners saying that he’s been wrong for years and the central thesis of the Power of Zero paradigm is incorrect. The question is, do the tax cuts of 2016 delegitimize what he and others have been saying? In reality, the problem has only compounded since the tax cuts came into effect. You have to consider whether…
 
On this episode of the Becoming Fearless podcast, Cara Alwill Leyba is back (catch her on episode 61!). Cara is an author based in NYC and creator of The Champagne Diet, inspiring women to live their most effervescent lives. Having just released her ninth book, Cara knows plenty about being a #bossbabe. Join Cara and Annie as they talk putting the …
 
Today I'm chatting with Christine Hronec, the founder of Gauge Girl Training, an online meal planning, training, and coaching service. She has helped over 25,000+ people implement a macros-based approach to nutrition ranging from Olympic athletes and fitness competitors to those with over 100lbs to lose. Christine has been featured in Forbes, OK! M…
 
Today I'm chatting with Kayla Kotecki, a rebel Holistic Nutritionist who’s sick of women and men suffering from restrictive diets and physical/mental decline, caused by shame around unrealistic and unsustainable diet culture and beauty standard demands. Kayla is the author of Damn the Diets and founder of damnthediets.com. After almost a decade suf…
 
If you work in any of the highly regulated and controlled industries as a trainer or instructional designer, you may have found it to be lacking in creativity and innovation. You likely spend the majority of your time developing and supporting compliance training that must first be approved by a committee of members from all departments. And we all…
 
When someone is talking about a risk multiplier, they are essentially talking about longevity risk. The longer you live, the more likely it is for you to experience a subset of risks that could completely derail your retirement plan. There first major risk is the long term care risk. In many ways, you are better off dying than needing long term car…
 
Today I'm chatting with Arielle Lorre, creator of The Blonde Files. What started as a fitness journey turned into a brand as Arielle's authentic voice, vulnerability, openness about her struggles and triumphs, and eye catching content attracted a large audience. Included under The Blonde Files’ umbrella are her Instagram account, a website, a cookb…
 
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