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Best Wayfinder podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Wayfinder podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Join me - an Entrepreneur, Philosopher, Musician, Writer, Adventurer, Outdoor Enthusiast, and Shamanic Way Finder for discussions, rants, and wild speculation on all kinds of interesting and important topics. We'll dive deep into Ancient Mysteries and Wisdom, Alternative History, Psychedelic Exploration, and the Nature of Reality.Wayfinder Podcast on YouTube, iTunes, SoundCloud, Google Play, Spotify, and InstaGram. Thanks for listening!
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
Chart a course to your own goals for business growth as you explore a better way to grow further faster, with your hosts Remington Begg and George B Thomas.
 
Wayfinders.Church Podcast is all about a conversation to guide people in life. We all have questions, struggles, and issues - so let's work through them together.
 
🎙Unapologetic talanoa from the concrete Ocean. We envision an Oceania uprising through storytelling and fellowship that makes healing a reality. Hosted by BexxBumble & DBoy.
 
Wayfinders.Church in Kyle, TX. This podcast stakes messages from our Weekend Worship Experiences and puts them in audio! Series, one off, and more.
 
Ask A Wayfinder is an audio advice column that combines wisdom with meditation and mindfulness techniques to help listeners find the path that is right for them. Hosted by life coach and meditation teacher, Dana Wheeles. Submit your letter at https://www.deerhawkhealing.com/ask-a-wayfinder/.
 
'Experience Design' (Formerly The XD Podcast) explores how design impacts the way we experience products, brands, services, and our everyday lives. You'll gain actionable insights from host Tony Daussat through thought provoking solo shows, as-well-as interviews with professionals in design, product management, and entrepreneurship. From UX, product, industrial and service design, to career, life, and business design--no stone will be left unturned in this quest to demystify design and inspi ...
 
Welcome to this inspiring podcast for fashion creatives. Through intimate interviews with industry guests and fashion thinkers, Carla van Lunn provides you with inspiring stories and real information about fashion design and creativity. Carla and her guests dig deep into fashion’s purpose and power. Fashion Wayfinder will be your compass … guiding you to create with confidence, spirit and integrity.
 
A podcast focused on those in education who break things that need broken and then build something better. They are the breakers. This is Breaker Society.
 
Podcast by National Network of Schools in Partnership
 
Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what's in the news and on the shelves. Our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
 
Imagine listening to a conversation between three fascinating luminaries. Then, imagine it's a henhouse.
 
A podcast about small town Indiana and the weird things that bump in the night. Coming November 2015.(From https://soundcloud.com/aebrownstudios.)
 
Grace Pointe Students is a student ministry for middle school & high school students at Grace Pointe Church, located in the Apopka, Florida area.
 
Welcome to The Conversation Factory, where I investigate how to create change through changing conversations. Each episode I'll talk to an amazing conversation designer about how to Amplify, Shift or Transform conversations in Organizations, Teams, Communities and our own lives. Visit www.theconversationfactory.com where I distill these insights we can bring into our work and lives.
 
From an unlicensed transmitter deep within the forests of northern Minnesota, Howell Creek Radio transmits weekly addresses combining weather, personal yarns, shipping reports, poetry and literature. Read transcripts and get more info at howellcreekradio.com. **No Longer Being Updated**
 
Guest Beer Podcast is a weekly beer podcast where we bring a guest, taste new beers, compare/contrast, and use beer as a veiled backdrop to discussing whatever is on our minds.
 
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Navigating the journey of life can be hard. There are so many obstacles and things that prevent us from journeying well. Listen as Pastor Zach kicks-off the new year with a new series called "Wayfinder".By Grace Pointe Church
 
As 2019 and this whole ass decade closes out, Jordan Fihaki of the Wayfinders brand pulls up on us to reflect on the lessons learned from this decade, manifest intentions for the new decade, and put us on about his brand. "Thank you all so much for rocking with us this year! We hope you all will reflect on the lessons of the past decade and manifes…
 
Whoops, a movie review So the movie didn’t put in any cool science things and the only thing left to do is review it and talk about… feelings? Different viewing experiences between opening night and subsequent viewings. Franchises Fan service. Coherent extended story arcs. Reconsidering the prequel triloges in light of the new one. Indie IP ownersh…
 
Tour guides from Athens and Thessaloniki recommend attractions to visit in Northern Greece, and "Comma Queen" Mary Norris explains what a love of Greek language and mythology can add to your own Greece odyssey. We'll also admire the seafaring skills of the Polynesians and hear how a cultural faux pas led to Captain James Cook's fateful encounter wi…
 
Mythology Taking a simple mysterious mythology and explaining it for fun and profit*. Meta The original Highlander’s original, surprising success story. Deciding to make a sequel. Budgets and revenues and how did we get here, really? Versions Aliens vs time travel. The clincher: neither actually makes any more sense than the other. People Not only …
 
Stephen is the Head Design Evangelist at InVision, host of The Crazy One podcast, and an international keynote speaker. The amount of gold that drops from Stephen’s mouth in a 30 minute time block blows my mind! Ha! We talk creativity, collaboration, innovation, and staying true to yourself as a design—and person. What an honor it was to have Steph…
 
Maile & Ruta pull up to the podcast to try our version of Song Association, set intentions to pray for and send to Australia, educate and empower us about who doulas are, and inform us about their doula program for Pacific Islanders in San Francisco, Maintaining Ancestral kNowledge & Autonomy (MANA) Pasefika, which is part of SisterWeb, a San Franc…
 
This week on Science for the People, we're discussing dark personality traits. Everyone has them, and how they manifest themselves depends on your "D" level. We'll be speaking with Ingo Zettler, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Copenhagen and a member of the team of researchers who put forward the theory of the common core of dark per…
 
On the 10th anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, journalist Catherine Porter tells Rick how the rescue of a 2-year-old girl brought hope to a desperate country — and changed her life, too. Plus, adventure traveler Christopher Solomon tells us what a recent trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge showed him about the forces battl…
 
No spoilers this week! Just looking at all the scientific discoveries of the past decade and how that has or hasn’t played into the scifi we’ve covered. 1. Privacy & Cyberpunk … and the illusion thereof. Snowden and the shattering of the illusion of privacy in the digital age. The world becoming the less awesome-looking irl version of cyberpunk. Wo…
 
I couldn't think of a better way to kick off the new year and new episodes of Experience Design than with the one and only: Jared Spool. I won't belabor the bio, because the man truly needs no introduction--But, Jared is "Maker of Awesomeness at CenterCentre/UIE. Helping orgs deliver well-designed products & services." In this episode we discuss th…
 
Poppin' a bottle of bubbly as we enter our first episode of 2020 with our guest, Sam Jimenez, a bay area father, husband, bartender, and hospitality manager. We chop it about the travesty that is Tiki Culture. We get into the controversy about Saweetie's hula girl costume, Sammy J defending her, and how it relates to tiki culture that is rooted in …
 
It's 2020, but we're looking back. What were the biggest science stories of 2019? Well, it was a big year for lots of things. Black hole pictures, vaping illnesses... and lots and lots of climate change news. Come on a trip down memory lane with us and the writers at Science News magazine as we take a look back at some of the top science stories of…
 
One of the top American travel writers of our time, Paul Theroux, tells us about his recent road trip across Mexico to see for himself what the situation was like on the other side of the border. We'll also look at Ukraine as an up-and-coming Eastern European tourism destination with a lot to offer, at bargain prices. For more information on Travel…
 
Make it your New Year's resolution to travel well. Writer Seth Kugel recommends a few rules for a "travel mode" that helps us focus on the world around us, and not on our phones. A Dutch tour guide helps us avoid the lines in Amsterdam to better enjoy and appreciate the city. And listeners share their upcoming family travel plans to Europe. For mor…
 
Questions need silence. Great questions are provocative. Great questions defy easy answers. Answering them takes time - they can be the work of a lifetime or a workshop. A great question can guide an organization, a Design Sprint or an educational program. Great Facilitators ask great questions - on purpose. In this episode I sit down with the effo…
 
In this Christmas story, Christopher gets very ill and then we are forced to push back our new Star Wars episode. Sorry! Happy holidays! The post No episode this week – happy holidays! appeared first on Decipher SciFi.By Decipher Media
 
Antibiotics. You know the drill. You get a bacterial infection, you get an antibiotic, and a few days or a week later, you're all better. But these days, that idyll is under threat as bacteria evolve to work around our drugs. So... where are the new, better antibiotics? Well, it's time to follow the money. We speak with David Shlaes about how the a…
 
Warm up your holidays by including time-tested traditions from the Old World, as Rick learns how friends in Germany, England, Belgium, Hungary, Portugal, and the Czech Republic celebrate Christmas. Potato salad and fish stew, anyone? For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related detai…
 
Science…?! Some things are more art than science sometimes. Structures anchored to geostationary orbit “Space antennas” but what kind of signal would benefit from this design? X-Rays? Why would this not be better off in orbit? The structure sure looks a lot like a space elevator. Space elevators and geostationary orbital masses. Falling from space …
 
We've done it, friends. This year you have made 'Experience Design' turn into something beyond my wildest dreams. Your support has been the lifeblood of this podcast. 112 Countries. 1000+ Cities. My mind is BLOWN! Thank you all so very much. There are some amazing things planned for 2020 and I can't wait to share them all with you. During the Holid…
 
We choppin' it up with Amanda Stowers of Afakasi Prints and why representation is the driving force of her business. Tap in with Afakasi Prints to see Amanda's work and cop her artwork: www.afakasiprints.com Also find her on IG @afakasiprintsBy BexxBumble & DBoy
 
The societies we live in are organised around growth, objects, and driving forward a constantly expanding economy as benchmarks of success and prosperity. But this growing consumption at all costs is at odds with our understanding of what our planet can support. How do we lower the environmental impact of economic activity? How do we redefine succe…
 
Find out why cod is an important comfort food in Portugal, and get a taste of the treats found in Naples and the Campania region of Italy. We'll also hear from listeners on what they enjoy about traveling overseas during the Christmas season, and Rick checks in with an innkeeper in Dingle to learn how the west coast of Ireland gears up for the holi…
 
VPNs MJ’s VPN advice. VPN advertising on YouTube. Venice How to build a whole city on mud. Transplanting alder forests from on some ground to under some other ground. Hard clay is worse than bedrock. Measuring a sinking city’s rate of subsidence with space-based radar and GPS. Climate change sure isn’t helping any. What value should we place on art…
 
I can't believe we're on episode 50! And what a way to celebrate, then with the incredibly talented Founder of Pitchproof, Ryan Hayward. On this episode we discuss the importance of standing out as a designer and we talk about why it's so important to be unique and lean into your differences as a designer. Ryan also goes over 3 key ways to nail a p…
 
Comin' outta Frisco, music artist Cazey Volks pulls up on us to chop it up about her new album, LIVING OUT MY DREAMS, dropping 12.12.19 - Be sure and cop that! Cazey chops it up about havin too much at stake not to grind and live out her dreams. Campaign that Cazey Volks y'all!Haters - Cazey Volks: https://youtu.be/y-EqcwIv2dgBefore It All Started …
 
Each of us are called into the life of abundance both here on earth and for eternity. Over the next couple of weeks, we will look at the Christmas Story and see how the birth of the Savior invited us into the extraordinary.By Grace Pointe Church
 
Veronica Pome'e, the first Polynesian 🇹🇴 Sports Illustrated model, chops it up with us about her career, platform, and purpose. We unpack the layers of leveling up and what that means for us all entering a new decade, the roaring dubs.By BexxBumble & DBoy
 
Yup, you guessed it... it's Science for the People's annual holiday episode that helps you figure out what sciency books and gifts to get that special nerd on your list. Or maybe you're looking to build up your reading list for the holiday break and a geeky Christmas sweater to wear to an upcoming party. Returning are pop-science power-readers John…
 
Pico Iyer explains why autumn is the perfect season for understanding the soul of Japan, Robert Reid recommends how to amp up your next vacation by traveling like a travel writer, and tour guides from Sweden share tips on keeping expenses in check and enjoying Scandinavia like a local. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including epi…
 
Background Looking back after the culmination of all these threads in Endgame. Queen Amidala’s midichlorian magical umbrella. Language Thor knowing All-Tongue, emitting pheromones, and doing the bee dance. The difficutly of universal language or language understanding. Finnishish conlanging. The cultural and linguistic juxtaposition between Scandin…
 
Jacob Cass has spoken at TEDx and been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, and a number of high-profile design books including The Best of Logo Lounge Master Series. Some notable clients include Nike, Disney, Nintendo, and Jerry Seinfeld, as well as iconic locations such as San Francisco, Puerto Rico, and New York’s Digital District. On this week's e…
 
Hairstylist & make-up artist, barber, and manicurist, Keke Vasquez-Tamali'i, joins us on set of the podcast to chop it up about her career in the film & television industry and about her experiences working in Hollywood. Keke has worked on a myriad of film sets such as The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Talbot, 2019), Us (Peele, 2019), Sorry To B…
 
Have you heard? Climate change. We did it. And it's bad. It's going to be worse. We are already suffering the effects of it in many ways. How should we TALK about the dangers we are facing, though? Should we get people good and scared? Or give them hope? Or both? Host Bethany Brookshire talks with David Wallace-Wells and Sheril Kirschenbaum to find…
 
What is relying on GPS doing to your brain? We'll explore our innate "Wayfinding" abilities with a science reporter who's investigated how some people are able to navigate with only natural features as their guide. Plus, enthusiasts of hiking Europe's medieval footpaths share what it's like to walk Italy's pilgrim trails to Rome. For more informati…
 
God is crazy about us. He loves us more than we could ever imagine. Listen as GPS Leader, Sean McFarland talks about being fully loved by God.By Grace Pointe Church
 
God sees the good side of us and the not so good side, yet He continues to pursue us and extend His grace toward each and every one of His children. Listen as Pastor Zach shares a message on being fully known by God.By Grace Pointe Church
 
Western The best genre of Star Wars media? Brandishing yourself. Old west forced sack removal. “Real filmmaking” Werner Herzog’s surprising(?) praise. “Real filmmaking” in the wake of the prequel trilogies. Wooden green-screen acting vs sweet puppets and actual human beings. Unreal Engine LED walls and volumetric projection and camera tracking. Our…
 
Phill Dodd is the Director of UX at Jam3. He’s an award winning designer having worked with brands such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Universal, Warner Brothers, Princess Cruises, Ford, General Mills… Its an endless list. I have to say, this is one of my favorite interviews to date. We go deep in this conversation as we discuss innovation, Dark U…
 
The host of the TV show Lidia's Italy describes how the special of the day varies from region to region in the homes and restaurants of Italy. We'll also hear from a Madrid-based wine expert on tips to better enjoy what you're drinking, and listeners tell us what makes their hometowns feel special. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - …
 
Daniel Stillman Interviews Ian Altman I am so thrilled to share this conversation with author and speaker Ian Altman about a conversation we all have to contend with one way or another - sales! Everyone sells something at some point, whether it’s in a job interview or a client presentation...and at some point everyone is going to be sold to. Ian’s …
 
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