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Join Audrey Sutton Mills on the SOUL SCHOOL podcast where she has real conversations with inspirational people and deep dives into life topics that will fill your heart with purpose and joy. Tune in and learn from experts how to step into your power, passion and creativity and connect to yourself, to others and to the magic of life that surrounds you. Discover tools for your spiritual toolbox and get powerful advice about relationships, entrepreneurship, personal growth and health for your t ...
 
Co-hosts Brianna Lennon, county clerk in Boone County, Missouri and Eric Fey, director of elections in St. Louis County, Missouri, talk to subject-matter elections experts and local election administrators to ask the questions that are most meaningful to their work and talk with colleagues about how to best approach issues like voter education, cybersecurity, and integrity.
 
Everyone has a unique gift—a talent, a skill—they were meant to share with others on during this lifetime. I invite friends, experts, and public figures onto the show and ask them about what I believe is one of their greatest gifts. They don't know which gift we'll be discussing beforehand, so we get to discover together the true history, nurturing or stifling, evolution, and ultimately impact of this unique gift. Often we find that it's something the guest has been meaning to share, but has ...
 
Dirty Linen goes behind the scenes in restaurants, cafes and bars, covering issues the hospitality industry finds hard to share in public - it's all up for grabs and everything is on the table. Your host is food journalist Dani Valent. For 20 years, Dani has been writing about restaurants and the people who give them life. But she's an outsider, a critic, a tourist, a fan. Despite hearing the stories and writing the tales, she's never really understood what happens behind the scenes. Now it' ...
 
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The power of the suburbs and the differentiation of brands and business streams have been defining characteristics of the pandemic. We check in with Matt Woodhouse, chef at Comma in Melbourne's south-eastern suburb of Moorabbin. The past 18 months have been super tough but they've also been energising and heartening. And he's sure 2022 is going to …
 
Direct from the Election Center's Annual National Conference, Dr. Kathleen Hale and Dr. Mitchell Brown (Election Center, Auburn University) join Brianna and Eric for a conversation about Election Center, professionalization of the elections administration community, and opportunities for innovation and education.…
 
Melbourne chef Mischa Tropp spent the first year of the pandemic in India, where he was developing a range of curry pastes. After an up and down year, he made it back to Australia in February and he's now launched Elsie's Butter Chicken, focusing on one key dish done very, very well. We talk about the immense variety of Indian food and the passion …
 
How does a leader manage her own COVID blahs while motivating and connecting a team? We check in with Hannah Burke, manager of fine dining Cutler & Co restaurant in Melbourne. Hannah shares some of her strategies and life hacks for staying upbeat and maintaining team spirit in lockdown. We also talk about the joys of hospitality and looking after p…
 
James Sinclair runs Signature Hospitality Group, which has TGI Fridays and Sporting Globe venues around Australia. We talk about why he's optimistic about 2022, his hopes to get outdoor dining kicked off sooner rather than later and his keen desire to see all his staff vaccinated. James has close TGI Fridays connections in the US: the difference in…
 
Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws is a leading scientific and policy voice in the pandemic. We talk about the importance of vaccinating younger Australians who make up such a large portion of the hospitality industry, the community impacts of deciding not to get vaccinated, what rate of vaccination will avoid the need for lockdowns, rapid testing, …
 
In this episode Mike sits with the incredible Pastor of one of America's largest churches, Church of the Highlands, Pastor Chris Hodges! He is the founding and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands. Since it began in 2001, Highlands has grown to have campuses across the state of Alabama, and we’re known for our life-giving culture and focus on l…
 
This is a big juicy chat with hospo lifer Alex Ross, currently living in Benalla and working at town pub and hub The Northo. Alex was a driver of the cocktail revolution in Australia, turning drinkers from vicious vodka and terrible tequila to culinary sipping. We talk about the challenges of being a woman in the bar world, the insecurity of hospo …
 
Today I’m sitting down with my friend and client, Kammie Kobyleski. Kammie’s eclectic work experience began in radio broadcasting and led to event marketing for luxury brands. She then found her home in higher education serving in various roles from academic affairs, career coaching, teaching (online & in person) and recently in fundraising & devel…
 
We start the week in conversation with Merica Charungvat, owner of Talay by Thai Tide, a delivery-first Thai seafood restaurant launched during Melbourne's second lockdown. Merica acknowledges that being a business owner is tough and draining at the moment but she's powering on, launching multiple food brands that don't rely on dine-in trade. https…
 
In this month's SOUL CIRCLE MEMBERSHIP, we explore being with our triggers and our activated emotions in order to learn their lessons and gifts. Through consciousness, you always have the power of choice. thank you for listening and being here. I truly hope this meditation helps soften your heart and expand your awareness to heal, grow and experien…
 
Patissier Audrey Allard was working at Lune Croissant when the pandemic hit. Amidst much uncertainty she launched her micro cake box business Holy Sugar and has turned it into a sweet success. We talk about the art and science of pastry, the heavy burden of trying to please people and the importance of showing and sharing emotion even - and perhaps…
 
Dirty Linen travels to Israel to talk to Tel Aviv deli owner Yanai Erez. Yanai makes 60 dishes fresh each day at The Lux Deli. With high vaccination rates, Israel is open despite thousands of new cases a day. We talk vaccine passports, living in the moment and optimism. Is Israel a beacon for a rather locked down Australia? https://www.instagram.co…
 
Nature. Exercise. They're the key ingredients for staying upbeat in lockdown for chef Elijah Holland of South Melbourne's Lume. We talk about wild food in China, foraging for Noma and the importance of staying healthy during the uncertainty of lockdown. If you're not energised after this chat, I'll be surprised! https://www.restaurantlume.com.au Fo…
 
We start the week in Shepparton which is throwing all its resources at a Delta outbreak. Graeme Murphy's Thai Orchid was an exposure site last year. This year he's using everything he learnt to keep building community, stay safe and feed a struggling Shepp. Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast Follow Dani http…
 
We head to Canberra to talk to magazine editor Katarina Kroslakova, who is powering along with new print publication T Australia - food is a big focus there. Katarina is also helping her restaurateur partner Pasquale Trimboli with marketing, packaging and pandemic pivoting at his Canberra restaurant Italian & Sons. We talk food media, the resilienc…
 
We talk to Dom Wilton, owner of Hector's Deli, a Richmond sandwich place that is so popular they are completely (temporarily) changing the menu to stop people gathering outside the shop. We talk about the overlaps between fine dining and accessible food like toasties and burgers and why Dom thinks this is a great time to be optimistic and charged u…
 
In odd-numbered years, August and November are reserved for special elections in Missouri. This year, St. Louis County had a small county election (just over 8% turnout), but many counties did not (including Boone County) so we took the opportunity to observe and learn. It also gave us the chance to ask some pressing questions to employees from fou…
 
What's been coming up in my coaching and personal life is the topic of feeling disconnected in our relationships. The pandemic and quarantine has put a big ole magnifying glass on our most intimate relationships and partner’s personality traits (ehem, flaws). This week's INTENTION is to give Small acts of appreciation to strengthen your relationshi…
 
We're going to Ireland! JP McMahon owns three restaurants in Galway - one of them Michelin-starred Aniar - and runs culinary talkfest Food on the Edge. We talk about how reopening is going in Ireland, vaccine passports for indoor dining and what it might mean to create an indigenous Irish cuisine. https://www.instagram.com/mistereatgalway/?hl=en Fo…
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with Mayor Tommy Allegood to talk about his leadership journey and his faith that drives him!TOMMY ALLEGOOD was raised in Atlanta, GA. Tommy is a 1970 graduate of Gordon Military College and served as a cadet in the ROTC program, and is a 1972 graduate of the University of Georgia. When he grad…
 
Esca Khoo has just started his first head chef job at Melbourne's Miss Mi but it's hard to build momentum in lockdown. We talk about growing up in Borneo, the joys of fermented durian, his initial ambition to be a soccer player (hello Gordon Ramsay!) and work stints at Noma Australia and Dinner by Heston. Esca's career to date has been as much abou…
 
Debra Allard is a cheesemaker near Byron Bay, making small-batch cheese from her own Jersey cows' milk. Her Cheeses Loves You business went gangbusters at the start of the pandemic when imports slowed down but there have been tricky periods since then. We get mad about anti-maskers who jeopardise the farmers' markets that are her main source of inc…
 
Chris Lerch is co-owner of Lagoon Dining in Carlton, a modern Asian restaurant which opened in late 2019. Despite the difficulties of the pandemic, Lagoon has developed a strong Melbourne following and a considered identity, adapting pillars of fine dining for a more casual experience. https://www.lagoondining.com Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram ht…
 
As Melbourne digests news of Lockdown 6 Extension 2, we chat to experienced hospitality consultant and restaurateur Duncan Fraser-Smith. Duncan planned Vesper in South Yarra while he was in hotel quarantine back in lockdown #1 after wrapping up a long period living in Dubai. Despite the uncertainty and frustration of opening and closing over and ag…
 
We start the week with a trip to Europe to visit Aussie expat chef Lee Thompson. Lee's gastropub St Bart is in a cool part of Berlin - we talk about the highs, lows and other lows of the pandemic and the intricacies of understanding life and business in Germany. Bring on the bacon sandwich! https://www.instagram.com/st.bart.pub/?hl=en Follow Dirty …
 
We head to the Orange area to chat to chef Charles Woodward from Sisters Rock Restaurant at Borodell Estate. This part of country NSW is not in lockdown but it's very quiet without Sydney trade. We talk about the state of the industry - how does work-life balance relate to pricing relate to staffing relate to apples for tarte tatin? It's all connec…
 
Chef Nicky Riemer found lockdown number 6 a tough one to wrap her head around. We talk strategies for coping with bad news and tricky times, plus some financial words of wisdom, especially for women in hospitality. And then there's food: pigeon pie, a very fine cabbage, and the coming of spring, green and sprightly and full of promise. https://www.…
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with the amazing Rebekah Lyons. Rebekah Lyons is a national speaker, host of the Rhythms for Life podcast, and bestselling author of Rhythms of Renewal, You Are Free, and Freefall to Fly. An old soul with a contemporary, honest voice, Rebekah reveals her own battles to overcome anxiety and depr…
 
Dirty Linen kicks off another week in lockdown with a deep dive into the art of hospitality and the service experience with Society's Danilo Mancini. Melbourne's much anticipated Society Restaurant hadn't been open a week when it had to close for another lockdown. How does Danilo keep his young front-of-house team upbeat and engaged? We also find o…
 
Today I’m sitting down with my friend, Alison Krawcyzk. Alison is a daughter, sister, auntie, friend, and communications professional. She grew up in upstate New York and now resides in Boston, Massachusetts where she works in the philanthropy communications department at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. You can usually find Alison writing down the th…
 
Vaccinated US travellers were the first to book in for cookbook author Emiko Davies' Tuscan villa getaway. Meanwhile, your vaccinated Dirty Linen host is trapped in Fortress Australia. Sigh. We talk Venetian snacks, Italian lockdowns and green passes for COVIDsafe travel and dining. https://www.emikodavies.com Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https:…
 
Dirty Linen looks forward to cheese dreams after today's chat with Cam Rowan from Milawa Cheese Company. The north-east Victorian cheese factory is artisan in approach but works at scale - we talk about the challenges and intense rewards of doing so. We learn about a lifechanging trip to France and why there was a bucket of cow poo in the cheesery,…
 
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