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This is a podcast that looks at disability stories. it's like sitting down with a really close friend to have real conversations about disability, sexuality and everything else about the disability experience that we don't talk about; the things about being disabled we keep in the dark. The show is hosted by Disability Awareness Consultant Andrew Gurza.
 
For marketing department leaders who want to learn from their peers, Navigating the Noise(R) provides first-hand stories and winning ideas from marketing department leaders. Each episode focuses on verticals of marketing like product marketing and accounting marketing. Brought to you by Connected Culture, a digital marketing agency committed to helping marketing department leaders navigate the noise of modern marketing. https://connected-culture.com
 
¿Hablas español y quieres mejorar tu inglés? Then English with Dane is perfect for you. De verdad, si te sientes estancado/a con el inglés... o si simplemente quieres "mantener forma"... try this podcast. Hablo a un ritmo tranquilo y voy traduciendo cosas para que no te estreses con entender todo. I talk about things like movies, news, sports, music, history, etc, and I always pay special attention to practical vocabulary, expressions and the infinite nuances (sutilezas) that we'll find alon ...
 
Real Estate and Reality meet as co-hosts, Jan O’Brien and Matt Emerson bring you Tips, Tools, & Topics to supercharge your business. They'll share their insights along with interviews with industry thought leaders. The ethos of WBNL Coaching is helping you to align and connect so that you can prosper. The Wandering Zen segment will offer you some inspiration so that you can disconnect and recharge.
 
Welcome to Bravo Happy Hour - I’m your host Megan O' Donnell - Grab yourself a drink & join me every Tuesday & Friday to talk all about Bravo TV. On Tuesday episodes I will be reporting on all of the news stories happening in the off-screen lives of our favorite Bravolebrities. Friday Bonus episodes can range from multi-part one-season-wonder recaps, Bravolebrity created product reviews, book club discussions, cocktail tastings, celeb interviews, & more! Whether you’re listening on your fav ...
 
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On episode 252 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with one of my porn crushes; hot, ginger porn star & escort Seamus O’Reilly as we explore what would happen if he became a wheelchair user. We talk about how his thoughts of independence might change, how his sex acts might be different, and how he’d have to approach conversations differently. He …
 
Hello listeners! In this new episode I have an interesting chat about the 1958 Italian novel, "The Leopard", by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa! I make considerations on aristocracy, changes and power, along with some of my own questions of how to do historical interpretation and analysis of fiction. It's a good chat on a good novel too, and hopefully…
 
Welcome back to the podcast within Disability After Dark, The Handicast! On this episode, Heather and Andrew are excited to talk more about Handi’s first sex toy The Handi Joystick, and introduce you to two people who tested the prototype for us, Nathan and Rachel. Nathan shares with us how he thinks that a toy like this will help so many people ar…
 
Reading in English can be tricky and let's be honest, a bit boring. The aim of these read-along episodes is not just to get back into the habit of reading articles, but also making it a fully immersive little journey into an interesting topic that we can learn from and apply when it comes to English-learning. As always, there's interesting vocabula…
 
On episode 251 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with my longtime friend and theatre maker Debbie Patterson. We talk about her experiences of Multiple Sclerosis, going from Temporarily Able-Bodied to a wheelchair user. We also chat about our new theatre project Access Me all about queerness, access, sex and disability + so much more. Enjoy! You …
 
Now, more than ever, you need to stay on top of the Real Estate market. The typical patterns are out the window in 2021 and things are queuing up for a shift soon. In episode 174 we discuss the inventory, and how you can attract sellers by knowing ALL of their options and understanding how to communicate them. Find our show notes at https://www.wbn…
 
On episode 250 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with my new friend with Cerebral Palsy; social worker and self-proclaimed benefits policy lover, Kathleen Downes. We talk about the shitty benefit system in the United States, the disability community and our internal struggles with each other. Kathleen shares her journey with catheters and the jo…
 
Real estate has changed quite a bit in the last 30 years! In this episode, we are sharing the exact advice and actionable strategies that Jan is in the process of doing as she starts over in a new city and state to create a thriving real estate business. Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcast…
 
In this episode I am joined by the excellent Alessandra Pino to talk about the 1958 short story by Isak Dineson (Karen Blixen), Babette's Feast! We talk about food, gothic food, its power as a means of memory and communication, along with the larger matter of the Paris Commune, some of its history and the relationship with food, both in the story a…
 
On this bonus episode of Disability After Dark, I sit down with my podcast pals Cripple Threat Podcast and we explore the 1986 campy, horror classic The Fly to determine if it is a film about disability. Anthony, Jamie and I discuss things about the body, illness, disability and pregnancy + so much more. Enjoy! You can support Cripple Threat Podcas…
 
On episode 249 of Disability After Dark, I have a second sit down with my friend Anthony Michael Lopez to talk about his experiences on his new operatic streaming show Desert In, playing a disabled character who isn’t struggling with just being disabled. We also touch on his disabled childhood, disability grief, disability in the media and so much …
 
In Episode 172 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson take a moment to review the first half of 2021 and then dive into how to increase your opportunities and productivity for the remainder of the year by refocusing and rebooting your activities. Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcast…
 
In this episode we are navigating the noise of legal marketing. You’ll learn what legal marketers need to address today along with strategies for getting the most from your marketing department. Meet Jesika Kalika Jesika Kalika is a Marketing and Business Development professional with over 20 years of experience within the legal and real estate ind…
 
Hello everyone! In this episode I am joined by the incredible scholar Maeva Chargros to talk about the fascinating Nordic Noir, both as a genre and some of its histories and properly diving into not one example, but two! As we talk about Henning Mankell's Before the Frost and Stieg Larsson's first book of the Millenium series! CW for violence, muti…
 
In episode 248, I sit down with my new friend Rebecca Alexander who is a psychotherapist out of NYC living with Usher Syndrome. Rebecca shines a bright light on her experience of going deaf-blind, how she is perceived as a disabled practitioner, the grief and loss of disability for her, why deaf-blind sex is better than hearing sex and so much more…
 
WE HAVE DISABILITY AFTER DARK MERCH! WOO! My lovely friends at TeePublic help me set it up, and I can't wait to share it with you. Click on this link to check out the new merch with our slogan "Shining A Bright Light on Disability Stories" in stylized purple font. https://www.teepublic.com/stores/disability-after-dark/hoodie?ref_id=23680 Wooo! Pick…
 
So over the last few weeks, I've come across a few verbs in English that are probably lesser-known (menos conodidos) and could potentially confuse you if you've never encountered them before. I wrote them down and here they are. I think you'll enjoy these, and I hope you can incorporate them into your day-to-day. Plus, they'll make you sound smarte…
 
On episode 247 of Disability After Dark, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Youtuber and co-creator of The Try Guys, Zach Kornfeld. We talk about his experiences living with chronic pain and his condition Ankylosing Spondylitis. We talk about how his experience have impacted his content creation, his relationships with the other Try Guys, and …
 
Would you like to Open 6 Transactions in the Next 12 Weeks? In Episode 170 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson walk you through the program designed to empower you to achieve that goal - AND MORE. Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcastBy Matt Emerson & Jan O'Brien
 
Another conversation episode! I really enjoy these episodes because I get to sit down with someone and just chat for a while. We don't talk about english-learning really, but that's by design. I think it's more important to be able to talk about anything and everything and to get used to the pace and production style of different native speakers. D…
 
In episode 246, I sit down with my new friend Jojo as we explore Jojo’s experiences of being a wheelchair user, having Spina Bifida, being hella queer and being asexual. We talk about Jojo’s journey realizing that Jojo was asexual, why Jojo enjoys coming out, the “rocky” coming out as disabled journey, navigating disabled childhood, feeling like Jo…
 
In Episode 169 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson dissect the LinkedIn profile and share some tips and tricks that you do not want to miss while creating your All-Star Profile! Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcastBy Matt Emerson & Jan O'Brien
 
In this fantastic episode me and Nadjah O. Art Historian, Archivist and fellow podcaster joins me to talk about Jenny Odell's incredible book "How to do Nothing. Resisting the attention economy". It was a wonderful chat on the lies of productivity, social media, brands and how work and capitalism are in dire need of being destroyed! Do check out an…
 
In episode 245 of Disability After Dark, we look at the darker parts of disability and this week we explore Ableism Crimes Part 2 and the murder of Gemma Hayter. The Wine and Crime gals and I explore her level of disability, failures of the social system to support her, and the circumstances that led to her murder and death. It is important that we…
 
In Episode 168 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson discuss the hot real estate topic that is on most homeowner's minds - Is Housing Headed for a Crash? Well, we'll share 5 reasons and graphs/charts to support we don't think so, and we also invite you to take the JUNE SOI CHALLENGE! Find our show notes at http…
 
Back-to-back episodes of idioms? Yup. You wanted them, so you get them! This time I'm covering animal-related idioms and I promise there will be at least one that you'll be using in no time. Idioms are a great way to express yourself in a casual way, but a word of caution: don't overuse them. It sounds really weird when people overuse idioms. You h…
 
In episode 244 of Disability After Dark, I unpack popular self-care activities like mani/pedis, drinking tea, staying hydrated, getting organized and others to consider how many of these self-care activities are inaccessible to disabled people and why that is. I also bemoan how “standing up straight” is a self-care activity and more! Enjoy! Apply n…
 
Hello everyone!! Today we have an incredibly interesting and in-depth episode on imperialism, poetry and capitalism as we delve into and through Dominick Knowles and Mathilda Cullen's recently launched poetry book "stanzas for four hands: an ophanim"! A really good conversation on imagination, creating and writing poetry, and how this "business" or…
 
I know you guys like these type of episodes, where I talk about the idioms and expressions I like to use, so here are some of my favourite and most used ones! These idioms and expressions with "get" are useful, practical and easy to remember, so listen to the episode and start throwing them into your day-to-day speech. As always, I share a bunch of…
 
In episode 243 of Disability After Dark, I sit down again with my good friend Ryan O’Connell as we unpack all the amazingness of the 2nd season of his Netflix Series “Special”. He shares what it was like filming season 2, his favorite filming moments, *THAT* Crip Prom + so much more about the series’ final season. Enjoy! You can watch all of Specia…
 
In Episode 166 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson took a typical sales funnel and turbocharged it to align more closely with your real estate business. Download the pdf and sit back as Jan walks you through Understanding the Real Estate Sales Funnel... Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podc…
 
In episode 242 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with the co-owners of Fly Media Productions, Reuben and Sherri. We talk about their multiple disabilities between them which include MECFS, CDG, Tourette’s Syndrome and OCD and they share their hesitancy about coming out about those disabilities around their business. They also describe what flare…
 
Hello everyone! Hope you're doing okay in these times! This week, due to some personal issues I could not prepare a larger episode which was an excellent collab and should be up soon. In the mean time, though, not wanting to leave a gap, I talked a bit about the Scifi market in Brazil, its limitations and lack of diversity, along with the obnoxious…
 
In Episode 165 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson discuss the value of using productivity apps for REALTORS. Time is money and any time you can free up more of your time to focus on money-making activities or time to recharge yourself it will be time well spent! We'll not only show you which productivity app…
 
In episode 241 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Dr. Laura McGuire a sexologist out of Widener University. We explore how watching their grandmother go through a traumatic brain injury and having to take care of her, informed their understanding of ableism, and also informed how Laura viewed relationships. We also talk about the ways we tea…
 
In Episode 164 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson discuss the value of automating your business. Time is money and any time you can free up more of your time to focus on money-making activities or time to recharge yourself it will be time well spent! Let's jump in... Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlco…
 
Today's episode is the first in this new "Read Along" series. The objective is to dive into an interesting article, learn a bunch of new words, practice reading comprehension and also raise your level of confidence when it comes to tackling articles that you might think are "too advanced". In this particular episode, we're going to be reading an ar…
 
In episode 240 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with disabled artist and proud gay disabled man, David Wudel. We talk about why he started his company 6 Wheel Painting Co., how he isn’t defined by his Cerebral Palsy, but by his art, and his experiences as a proud gay disabled man. It was so great to sit with him and just talk about being gay an…
 
Hello friends! I'm joined in this episode by the excellent Icy Sedgwick of the Fabulous Folklore Podcast as we talk about her book "Black Dog & other gothic tales", a really fun collection of stories with folklore creatures both old and new! We delve into writing folklore, understanding it, how to consider it both creatively and historically and th…
 
In Episode 163 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson discuss how zeroing in on a niche farm can be an easier way of connecting with future clients because of the commonality that exists with your shared interests. We'll explore the wide variety of opportunities that are out there and just how you can connect. L…
 
In episode 239 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Mumbai India based Occupational Therapist, Dr. Sakshi Tickoo. We talk about her experiences as a sick child, and how her love of the human body, multiple disabilities and other factors meant that being an OT chose her. Dr. Tickoo shares with us the cultural differences of being an OT in India…
 
Happy Earth Day! In Episode 161 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts, Jan O’Brien & Matt Emerson reflect a bit on how COVID has changed our lives and discuss 10 ways to cope with COVID fatigue. We even have a moment of Wandering Zen this week as we also celebrate National Park Week. Let's wander... Find our show notes at https://www.wbnl…
 
This episode of English with Dane is all about expressions, specifically music-related ones. You wanted more expressions, you got em'. These are some of my favourite ones and some of the ones I use the most when just going about my day. Don't feel pressured to learn all of them. If you like one, and it sticks, cool. As always, it's more about being…
 
Episode Notes In episode 238 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with 17 year old Hannah Pierce. We talk about what it’s like being a teenager with Cerebral Palsy; what it’s like wanting to go to house parties, having hip reconstruction at 11, growing up so fast as a disabled kid, and so much more! This one is important. Enjoy! Follow Hannah on so…
 
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