Best Tshoxenreider podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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The Simple Show
Weekly
 
Conversations about the work we do and the things we love — with author and host Tsh Oxenreider.
 
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Women's Work
Weekly
 
More than a business show, this is a story show... Let's listen to some of the women who make our world a better place and contribute to the greater good. Author and podcaster Tsh Oxenreider asks women—from all walks of life, who do all sorts of work—why they love what they do.
 
Joel Zaslofsky – your community-building, convention-challenging show host – taps into all his powerful (and often quirky) strategies in a diverse mix of conversations and solo episodes. For example, you’ll get chats with TED Talk hotshots like Andy Puddicombe on meditation, experts like Tsh Oxenreider on gratitude, humble influencers like Joshua Becker on minimalism, or Paleo superstars like Mark Sisson on Primal-living. The show has 100,000s of downloads because listeners love to deeply ex ...
 
Joel Zaslofsky – your community-building, convention-challenging show host – taps into all his powerful (and often quirky) strategies in a diverse mix of conversations and solo episodes. For example, you’ll get chats with TED Talk hotshots like Andy Puddicombe on meditation, experts like Tsh Oxenreider on gratitude, humble influencers like Joshua Becker on minimalism, or Paleo superstars like Mark Sisson on Primal-living. The show has 100,000s of downloads because listeners love to deeply ex ...
 
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In this episode, I’m talking to Christine Bailey, a farmer. She and her husband run The Kindred Farm — a certified organic farm — and even though they’re relatively new to farming and it’s the hardest work they’ve ever done, she says she’s loving every minute of it. She’s learning a ton about the ins and outs of this ancient work that’s always ...…
 
Lacey Beam is a small-town attorney, primarily doing indigent defense work. Where she lives and works isn’t large enough for a public defender’s office, so this means she works for a small firm, but the majority of her caseload is court-appointed work. She says it allows her to have her heart broken on a regular basis, but she’s grateful she ge ...…
 
Awhile ago, I talked to Bethany Rydmark about her work as a landscape architect. I loved our chat about what she does, but she casually mentioned something that I really wanted to know more about: She started the PDX Food Swap in Portland, Oregon. What's a food swap? Well, listen in and you'll see — and maybe you'll be inspired to start one of ...…
 
Sallie Miura and her family have lived in Brazil for quite awhile, for her husband’s work, actually, but she’s taken it upon herself to create her own career as a conversational English teacher. She takes in students and uses the power of conversation to help them learn English without the hassle of a classroom. Notes: Tsh on Twitter & Instagra ...…
 
We’re wrapping up our summer series with Kendra, who’s here with me in London as I type this! Before we left, we chatted about what’s saving our life right now. Links from this episode: Kendra’s blog + podcast, The Lazy Genius Collective Kendra on Instagram Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter #LiteraryLondon and #TravelsWithTsh! Especially check ...…
 
Liz Dolan has been a podcaster since before podcasting was even a well-known thing, which is why many in the industry consider her truly a podcasting pioneer. Her show, Satellite Sisters, has won more Gracie Allen awards for excellence in women's media than any other radio show/podcast ever. And before this? She was a badass in the business wor ...…
 
We're keeping on with our summer series, What's Saving My Life. Up this time: it's Erin! Links From This Episode: Erin's blog, Design for Mankind Erin on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter Hackwith V One-Piece Swimsuit Galettes (here's an example) Erin's planner! Magnolia candles Lotta from Stockholm Low Wood Clogs My rekin ...…
 
Lauren Porter is a scientist who does research at basically a think tank — you can hear it in her voice how excited she gets about the tiny little things most of us don’t even know about, much less pay attention to. But her work is so important, and it both depends on the work of others and contributes to what future scientists like herself can ...…
 
Continuing our summer series, What’s Saving My Life, this time it's Haley's turn! Girlfriend is due with baby #4 in about two weeks, and is also dealing the delightful 100+ degree days of central Texas. Grace and peace to her. Links From This Episode: Haleys blog, Carrots for Michaelmas Haley on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and T ...…
 
Cori Salchert is a hospice mom. What's that? Basically, she says she’s ready and willing to receive babies into her home with her family who have a life-limiting prognosis or terminal diagnosis. Her job? Is to love them just like a mama for whatever time they have before they pass away. She has 8 biological children and have fostered or adopted ...…
 
Because we're taking some time off from work this summer, we thought it'd be fun to give you a low-key, easy series for July: What's Saving My Life. This is always a fan favorite, where I talk with each of my co-hosts about the little things that are making our lives just a bit happier and brighter right now. First up? Stephanie, who's currentl ...…
 
Amy Anderson's title is civil engineer, but really, she’s a water resources engineer — which is really cool, you’ll hear more about what that means in our chat. Amy’s part of the Partnership for River Restoration and Science in the Upper Midwest (pronounced "prism"); basically, she’s one of the many engineers who make our world function without ...…
 
Before we get going on our next deep-dive series (starting next week), I thought it'd be fun to give you a little sneak peek at what I'm doing behind the scenes right now in Patreon. It's called The WRLD at Home — where WRLD stands for Watch, Reed, Listen, and Do. I'm having a ton of fun creating this side project, so here's a preview behind th ...…
 
Both of Luci Ramos Hoppe’s parents grew up in poverty, but then she grew up with some wealth—and she’s the daughter of an immigrant and a woman of color. This all ties closely to her calling to social work education and social justice. In her work as a professor of social work, Luci’s focus includes diversity, ethical faith integration in socia ...…
 
We’re wrapping up this series on making the most of our summer — even as adults — by me tapping into Kendra’s wheelhouse this time. In the last episode, I helped her prep for a family road trip. In this one? She’s helping me think through a dinner party. Because our house is still fixer-upper mode, but I don’t want that to stop us from having f ...…
 
Kate Edwards hosts quarterly gatherings where 16 creatively-driven women, most of whom have never met before, come together and share a meal, conversation, and experience. Every attendee brings something both literally and figuratively to the table, and the night's success, from the tablescape to the food to the entertainment, relies upon the g ...…
 
This special solo episode features what wins the water wars: distilled, reverse osmosis, tap, or spring water. Plus why your light environment is more important than food, exercise, and sleep. AND how grief is culturally learned and when empathy isn’t serving anyone. The post My 12 Favorite Podcast Episodes Ever – SASM 128 appeared first on Joe ...…
 
This special solo episode features what wins the water wars: distilled, reverse osmosis, tap, or spring water. Plus why your light environment is more important than food, exercise, and sleep. AND how grief is culturally learned and when empathy isn’t serving anyone. The post My 12 Favorite Podcast Episodes Ever – SASM 128 appeared first on Joe ...…
 
Keeping on in our series on making the most of our summer — beyond just making them fun for kids — for the next two episodes, Kendra and I each tap into our wheelhouses and help each other. First up... I'm helping Kendra prep for her family's summer vacation. She admits they don't travel much, and well — we do quite a bit. So in this chat, you' ...…
 
Toni McEwan is a project manager, which sounds pretty broad, right? I mean, what is that, even? Well, she’s worked for her company, Dow Agro Sciences, for awhile now, but specifically, she simply leads teams of people. Her work is all about the people who do the work, making sure they have what they need to do their job well. She helps leads pr ...…
 
Continuing our series on grown-upping the summer, this time Kendra and I talk about work. Because sure, it’s summer, but also, we’re adults with jobs and stuff. As self-employed types, we talk about how we get work done with kids in the house — hers are a bit younger, so she shares juggling toddlers and young school-age kiddos, while my oldest ...…
 
Jenni Burke a fairly unassuming literary agent, because she’s one of the nicest people in the world to talk to, but the woman can get things DONE when it comes to contracts, business negotiations, and representing her authors well. I love her approach and philosophy of slow publishing, authors living well so they don’t burn out, and writing fro ...…
 
Summertime isn’t just for kids or students! Kendra and I start a new series here on how we can make the most out of our own summers, even if we’ve got kids at home, or even if not much as changed in our working day-to-day. In this first installment, we talk about bucket lists… in that’s fun to have our own. Sure, we make one with the kids, but ...…
 
This episode features Cormac Russell to explore why our unexpressed gifts can do tremendous harm, how an institutionalized five-year-old changed his life direction, and why community makes a better verb than a noun. The post How to Ask Better Community Questions: It’s as Easy as ABCD with Cormac Russell – SASM 127 appeared first on JoelZaslofsk ...…
 
This episode features Cormac Russell to explore why our unexpressed gifts can do tremendous harm, how an institutionalized five-year-old changed his life direction, and why community makes a better verb than a noun. The post How to Ask Better Community Questions: It’s as Easy as ABCD with Cormac Russell – SASM 127 appeared first on JoelZaslofsk ...…
 
Jo Ellis started a nonprofit crafting school in her town called Make Do, where she and others in the community use the unassuming power of different crafting skills like sewing, quilting, felting, and painting to make a difference in their community. Jo first saw overseas how teaching something like sewing could change the attitude, perspective ...…
 
We’re wrapping up our series on re-learning things as an adult! Part 1 covered relationships, part 2 was physical health, part 3 was work, and for this last one? We’re tackling education. Not the educational system, nor our kids’ academics — we’re referring to our own self-education, whether it’s about the practical things we’ve come to learn a ...…
 
Amber Rae began her work in marketing, but then took a giant leap of faith and moved into work as an artist, which for her, also took a major move across the country for a clean do-over. She ended up doing some pretty cool installations across New York City, and eventually, took her experience and encouraging voice and put it to use encouraging ...…
 
Continuing our series on things we’ve re-learned in our adulthoods, in this episode we're talking work. Erin and I are both self-employed, so we determine the course for most of our working rhythm — which is both a huge privilege and a responsibility. We talk about how our ideas of what it means to work well has evolved over the years, as well ...…
 
What’s a presentation creator, right? Well, Sandra Johnson has been in this industry a long time now, enough to where she used to call herself a power point creator, but now she works in all sorts of mediums. Basically, she helps presenters make good presentations. Anyone who needs help giving a compelling talk, she’s your gal. And because she’ ...…
 
We're continuing our series on things we've re-learned in our adulthoods, where we explore a few topics we thought about (or were taught) differently when we were younger than what we believe now. In this one, we're exploring physical stuff — specifically, eating, sleeping, and moving. It's almost impossible to stay static about your philosophy ...…
 
Callie Salmon has been in the wedding industry for a few years now, but she just started her business less than a year ago at the time of our conversation. So this one’s a fun, slightly different episode because I’m talking with her about the early stuff she’s learning as a wedding florist — how to run her business as a young solopreneur, the l ...…
 
We're starting a new series! In this one, Erin and I talk about re-learning things as an adult. We all learn things growing up, many of them subconsciously. And then we often deconstruct, then re-learn new ideas, truths, and nuances about life as we get older. It's a decent way to gain some wisdom. In part one, we're talking about relationships ...…
 
Maile Urbancic saw a gap in both the jewelry and STEM fields, and wanted to intersect the two. So, she founded Boutique Academia when she was pregnant with her third child (she actually did her business taxes during labor!). She loves both science and art, so creating this somewhat unorthodox jewelry has given her a creative outlet for giving w ...…
 
We’ve got for you a Very Special Episode of Simple Show for you here... a recent episode of Women’s Work, my other new podcast that celebrates creative women who do interesting work! From artists and entrepreneurs, to scientists, journalists, engineers, coders, and beyond… it’s your chance to hear the stories of all sorts of women who make our ...…
 
Heather Whaling started the PR company she’s currently president of, called Geben Communication, a PR firm where she oversees a small team of people that handles multiple clients. She’s currently passionate about helping other small businesses roll out comprehensive paid parental leave programs similar to the one she started at her company, whi ...…
 
We're wrapping up our series on social self-care with the idea of legacy — but not in a writing-your-will, do-something-amazing way. Haley and I are talking about having a view on life that’s beyond your own short time on earth. This is about leaving things for the next generation, whether or not you're parents. And this is good to think about ...…
 
Tanorria Askew is a personal chef and runs a business called Tanorria’s Table, where people can hire her for both everyday meals and special occasions. Her cooking roots originate from the south, and Tanorria’s had fun putting a modern spin on American Comfort Food — she recently placed 4th on Master Chef! She’s passionate about good food, gath ...…
 
Yeah, it seems weird to say storytelling is part of self-care, much less social self-care — but hear us out. Haley and I talk about why infusing our lives with good stories makes us better people, and therefore, better members of society. Stories inform our moral imagination, a place to hang wisdom and complicated ideas, and teach us what colle ...…
 
Bethany Rydmark is an eighth-generation Oregonian and a small business owner, raising her young kids and helping shape the places people live with their families. She's passionate about care for the natural environment and leaning into its natural cycles of cycles of growth, beauty, respite, and renewal. She’s also the founder of something call ...…
 
Continuing our series on social self-care, this time Haley and I talk about stewardship: caring for the things we've been given. What does that look like in real life? It was commonplace for our grandparents' generation to 'use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without,' as the war slogan reminded them—it was just part of life. But we live in ...…
 
Kirstin Yates is a therapist working at a local community clinic, doing work that’s so valuable and necessary to our communities, but largely goes unnoticed and unappreciated. I’ve personally benefited so much from the therapists in my life, so I’m grateful for the work Kirstin does in her local space, and I’m honored to share her story so we c ...…
 
In this new series, co-host Haley Stewart and I deep-dive about self-care—but not just self-care. We're talking self-care for the greater good; the simple-but-profound idea that when we take care of ourselves, we're better members of society. We're better neighbors, friends, parents, spouses... we're just better people for the world around us. ...…
 
Connie Gabbert is a book cover designer, and you may have heard me talk about her before—this is because she’s not only a personal friend of mine, but she also designed the covers of my last two books, At Home in the World and Notes From a Blue Bike (and I’m so impressed with her work that if I have it my way, I’m going to ask for her to design ...…
 
We're wrapping up this deep-dive on travel with Part 4: making it meaningful, both while you're on the road and when you return. Because it's all well and good to plan adventures and get excited, but what about bonding? Loving the experience? Making memories? And coming home well? Steph and I talk debriefing—landing the plane relationally and e ...…
 
This special solo episode features what the loneliness industry is rubbing your nose in (often successfully), some eye-opening stats about how much our isolation costs us, and what the President of the Rugged Individualists Society needs you to know. The post Dear Isolated, Detached, and Helpless Individual – SASM 126 appeared first on JoelZasl ...…
 
This special solo episode features what the loneliness industry is rubbing your nose in (often successfully), some eye-opening stats about how much our isolation costs us, and what the President of the Rugged Individualists Society needs you to know. The post Dear Isolated, Detached, and Helpless Individual – SASM 126 appeared first on JoelZasl ...…
 
Valerie Gordon admits this sounds like a strange job, but it's a needed one—she helps women better tell their stories as they navigate career transition. So yeah, she's a career coach, but one that uses the elements of story to lead women into their next stage of work. In her 20+ year career as a TV storyteller, she now believes in the unlikely ...…
 
Let’s keep talking about travel! In this part of our deep-dive, Stephanie and I get into the stuff you need to know about traveling internationally. Because even if it doesn’t feel like it, you can do this with your kiddos, even with just a few weeks' vacation time — it just takes planning and an open mind. Passports, visas, language barriers, ...…
 
Tish Harrison Warren is a priest with the Anglican Church of North America. She’s a woman who maneuvered a lot of hurdles and went through a LONG process of discernment, study, training, and overcoming stereotypes to do work she never thought she’d end up doing: being an ordained priest. Her story is fascinating, and I could have talked to her ...…
 
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