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Redefining ABCD is a platform to openly discuss various internal stigmas within the South Asian community through the lens of a hyphenated identity and how we as a collective can “change the conversation” to incorporate more South Asian Pride in our day-to-day lives. With this, Redefining ABCD hopes to bring to light different identities within the South Asian community. https://linktr.ee/redefiningABCD
 
How do you learn a new language? You start with the alphabet! The ABCD of it all. Two blokes - Farhad Karkaria and Sunetro Lahiri will do exactly that, trying to learn, unravel, uncover and discover a little more about being queer in today's day and age. What's in store? Some laughter, flubs and hearty moments. Tune in to discover the dictionary of all things in life from a queer perspective on GayBCD! New episodes out every Tuesday, starting 24th September.
 
What if we could impact the world by connecting with the people who live nearest to us--that is our neighbors? It turns out, we can. In this podcast we interview awesome neighbors to learn from them and be inspired by them. We also share occasional neighboring tips. And sometimes we play folk music! So come on over and join us on the front porch.
 
Join 3 friends as they explore the beer world together from across the country. 3 friends from Connecticut, Montana, and North Carolina experience the craft beer industry from drinking local and national brews, interviewing, and homeworking their own beer. Not to be constrained by alcohol types the guys also explore Obert's liquor cabinet and Tud's vermouth fridge.The guys and gals will discuss a wide variety of topics from beer brewing to comedy and world events. Remember to have fun and al ...
 
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All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. All Ball is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as an TV analyst and radio host. In each episode, Doug will give his opinions and discuss the top stories in the NBA and college basketball. Follow Doug on Twitter and subscribe NOW to get all the latest episodes!.
 
Tired of talks and interviews that sound same and boring? Welcome to the world of authentic conversations with your host, Ritu Kant Ojha. Get practical tips and insights on creating personal brand, managing conflicts, getting dream job, learning networking skills and selling better. Ritu Kant helps individuals and corporate on improving conversation skills both in workplace as well as personal lives. Do check-out https://ritukant.com for the episodes that you missed.
 
Joel Zaslofsky – your community-animating, 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 e ...
 
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Dr. Anita Sands shares the ABCD framework to help leaders thrive in today’s ambiguous climate. The second part in the four-part framework explores belonging – the sense of belonging, the clarity of purpose, the shared frame of reference and how it drives people. This podcast helps authentic leaders to apply effective leadership principles in buildi…
 
In this episode of Brown Art Network, Keerthi and Sneha interview Janani, founder of The Indian Standard - a magazine focused on normalizing the day-to-day of mental health. As they dive into conversations about how The Indian Standard came to be, her future goals with the magazine, they also talk about how cultural identity works with mental healt…
 
This week on the podcast, Matt and Adam are joined by Megan Ginn whom they met virtually during a seminar that the Neighboring Movement was hosting for a global ABCD event. Megan has a gift for finding information and learning from everything she can find and then sharing what she has learned with the rest of us. This episode is a gold mine of soun…
 
Hey Folks, and welcome to Drinking Alone, With Friends: Second Chance Edition! This week we go back to breweries we've had before and give them another chance to wow us. We bring offerings from Lock City, Colorblind, and Deschutes. In addition to all of that though, we also invent an untapp'd but for chewing gum, and somehow Tud turns into Mr. Pean…
 
In this episode, Doug sits down with Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the first installment of a multiple part interview, where they discuss his youth hoops background growing up in Houston, how he landed a walk on spot on for Lute Olson at Arizona, his memories from the '97 national championship run, the unbelievable way he got the Memphis…
 
Reel life is inspired by real life. But then why is there so much discrepancy in queer representation? Butch female characters for lesbians, effeminate male characters for gays- how inaccurate is that! And why are they given stories that revolve around their 'queerness' and not around the person they are or their other traits? And why almost always…
 
In this episode, Doug talks with former Providence star and NBA forward Jamel Thomas on his rough Coney Island upbringing, not playing hoops until later in his childhood, transitioning into a stable environment in Rockaway, starring at the famed Lincoln High School, his relationship with Steph Marbury, their legendarily stacked AAU teams, why he ch…
 
Hey Folks, and welcome to Drinking Alone, With Friend! A podcast where Obert and Chris drink together and give Tud the week off. We finally get to hear what Chris thinks about the candies he bought with one click all those weeks ago on episode 77. We also talk about Anheuser-Busch's free beer if we all get vaccinated, and Obama's beer recipe. It wa…
 
As we slowly emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, this four-part series with Dr. Anita Sands, a global technology and business leader, shares the ABCD framework to help leaders thrive in today’s ambiguous climate. The first principle is awareness – how do you deal with changing environments as each day unfolds. This podcast will help guide authent…
 
This week, Matt and Adam are joined by friends, Justin Hancock and Rebecca Mitts. We are doing something we haven't done in a while, a podcast episode swap! Justin and Rebecca are the hosts of a podcast called Palsys With Palsies where they share profound ideas about important topics in an approachable and accessible way. Today, they share with us …
 
In this episode, Farhad & Sunetro discuss the new normal in Queer relationships and their life in general with Suresh Ramdas. They talk about the fight against Article 377, the struggle to legalize marriages within the community, finding a house to live in with a partner and not have landlords or neighbors get judgemental, pressures and repercussio…
 
Hi Folks, and welcome to a special interview episode of Drinking Alone, With Friends! This week we were fortunate enough to have Matt Smith from Wandering Soul Beer on the podcast to tell us the story behind the Wandering Soul Brewing Project and share some beers with us. Its a tragic story of loss that led to the creation of the legacy Matt wanted…
 
In this episode of Larger Than Us, Keerthi and Sneha meet with Ragini Chatterjee Branch to discuss her experiences with her relationship and marriage to her husband Neil and how she deals with the stigmas surrounding interracial relationships in the South Asian community. She also dives into how she navigates through various conversations with her …
 
This week, Matt and Adam are joined by Kristopher Swanson for a new Neighboring Tip which is to strike up a conversation with your neighbor. For some people, this may be a very obvious tip. It is spring, people are out and about, it makes sense to strike up a conversation! For others that may think this is a harder tip to execute, be intentional ab…
 
Hola! It's that time of the year when companies share rainbow-themed social media posts, merchandise, and newsletters because it's Pride Month! But for us, it is that time of the year when we accept ourselves and hug our identity all the more and feel proud about it. It is that time of the year when people of the community come together in solidari…
 
In this episode, Doug talks with Iona Assistant Tom Abatemarco about his path into a five decade career in coaching with Jim Valvano at Iona College, working under the legendary Lou Carnesecca, Maryland's Lefty Driesell, recruiting Dell Curry to Virginia Tech, re-joining Valavano at NC State, his '83 title run memories, recruiting Spud Webb, and Sp…
 
In today’s environment, a brand is defined not by what the organization does, but how their customers feel. In this episode, Joe Murray, Chief Digital Officer, North America at Thoughtworks, discusses the keys to a customer centric framework, examples of excellence and best practices to solve for your customer journey. Tune in to hear how customer-…
 
Hey Folks, and welcome to another Jenna filled episode of Drinking Alone, With Friends! This week we have extra reviews, extra beers, and seltzer smoothies?!?! Yes all that and more... plus we have a more serious discussion about the allegations of sexual misconduct in the brewing industry, click here to see an article. @ragmagnet can be found on i…
 
This week, Adam and Matt are joined on the podcast by Maddie Johnson. She is joining the Neighboring Movement team to be the new Good Neighbor Experiment coordinator! Listen in to meet Maddie and hear a little bit about her and why she is excited to join us! Find out more about the Neighboring Movement at www.NeighboringMovement.org.…
 
The dictionary meaning of Homophobia is the dislike of or prejudice against gay people. But here, the buck doesn't stop there. It is discrimination, hatred, lack of empathy, a third-grade treatment, and not accepting them as belonging to the same species. In a time and age where the good and the bad are called out and highlighted, it takes the form…
 
In this episode, Doug concludes his two part interview with George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English by discussing the LeBron/Steph play-in thriller, when he finally bought into an unselfish philosophy as a player, his transition to coaching under Frank Haith at Tulsa, Tad Boyle at Colorado, Rick Barnes at Tennessee and his head coaching phil…
 
In this episode of Brown Art Network, Sneha and Keerthi interview Nithya Gundlapali who is a Fin-Tech Consultant by day and an artist and business owner by night. Nithya’s business, MyDecorify is a website dedicated to DIY projects as well as Nithya’s beautiful illustrations and digital art, which you can also buy as prints or stickers. While they …
 
This week Matt and Adam are joined by Dee Brooks, ABCD Asia Pacific Trainer and Facilitator for the Jeder Institute and ABCD Asia Pacific Network. She is a world-wide connector for Asset Based Community Development and we are thrilled to have her on the podcast! Dee shares inspirational stories and ideas that will make you want to get up and go out…
 
It's our 75th Episode and big hug to everyone who has been with us so far. We hope you'll continue listening to and cheering for us. Dating, something we have spoken about before, and yet there are so many dimensions to it, obviously- it's the apparent pursuit of love and that can never be easy. Sitting at home, the only and best access we can have…
 
In this episode, Doug is joined by George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English, who discusses his Baltimore hoops background, his grandfather's influence, transferring to four different high schools, his battle to overcome a childhood stutter, playing under Mike Anderson and Frank Haith, trying to stick it in the NBA, and his overseas experience…
 
Guilt and shame are deeply present in our relationship with food. How do we harness these emotions for good? When it comes to eating animals, can guilt and shame positively influence our behaviour or those of corporations to reduce our environmental foodprint? We are joined by Dr. Jennifer Jacquet - Associate Professor in the Department of Environm…
 
In this episode, Doug gets together with former Oklahoma State teammates Desmond Mason, Adrian Peterson, Brian Montonati to share memories and stories about their former coach Eddie Sutton as the Basketball Hall of Fame prepares to induct him posthumously this weekend. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podca…
 
Modern companies have audacious goals and initiatives to become data-driven, but many still suffer a disconnect. Despite increased investment, expanded commitment and more tools at their disposal, how can companies translate gathering tons of data into becoming a data-driven business? In this episode, Zhamak Dehghani, Director of Emerging Technolog…
 
Hey Folks, and welcome to Drinking Alone, With Friends! This week we start off by trying to find a new Spanish holiday to drink on, and discussing our most contentious handle on our "social media minute" segment. Then we dive right in to our beer reviews, with a not so sweet pancake beer, a beer for closers like chris, and then a white whale beer f…
 
This week, Matt and Adam are joined by David Burton from Springfield, Missouri who works for the University of Missouri Extension in community development. David shares his experiences with neighboring, what caused him to begin advocating for neighboring, as well as the pilot program they launched in March and what lessons they are already learning…
 
Our hosts are back with another very relatable topic. And so, so relevant in the present times. Commitment- the act of belonging to someone completely, and the issues that come with it. Some are scared to commit, some want to explore and not be with one person. Some might not be scared to commit but an uncertain future might be a deterrent. Committ…
 
In the second part of a two-part interview, Doug continues his conversation with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his NBA Summer League experience, good, bad and ugly overseas stories, the D-League grind, why he called it quits and how he decided to transition into broadcasting. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get t…
 
In the first part of a two-part interview, Doug talks with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his Wisconsin hoops upbringing, what it's like dominating high school ball as a 7-footer, getting recruited as a McDonald's All-American, his growth at Wisconsin, running into a Step Curry buzzsaw in the NCAA Tourney, and trying to find his foo…
 
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