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__ This is a place where we get real about our transformational life journeys. You will hear from your hostess Christine De Souza, creator of the "YOU BOSS" Transformational Experience as well as other women who are rocking their healthy heels. It's a place where we celebrate women's witness, fitness & grit-ness. From busy stay at home supermoms to entrepreneurs and high level executives, it's a place to build your faith, learn from the grittiest and be inspired to take action toward getting ...
 
On the SFZ podcast, Max Breckbill interviews successful ($100k p.a. minimum) Self-Funded Founders who are building their own Ecommerce, SaaS, Digital Product, InfoProducts, Physical Products or Productized Service businesses. Fans of “The Lean Startup”, Tim Ferriss’ “Four Hour Work Week”, Pat Flynn, and Joe Polish will love these interviews with founders who are building solid & sustainable digital businesses. This podcast is ideal for entrepreneurs in search of a digital business idea &/or ...
 
Connections to other humans are crucial. But what does that look like? How can we trust others? This second segment of Talking to Strangers focuses on Steph Thompson, founder of sound healing practice Sacred Bloom Tribe talking to strangers about music. Sound and rhythm are crucial aspects to building up our listening skills. Trusting one another--whomever we might be, whatever race, creed, religion, political persuasion--we have to learn to listen to one another and find a common vibration. ...
 
The Divine Femme Money Show is for women who want to amplify their life purpose, power, pleasure and prosperity. Women are still chronically trapped in undercharging, underselling and undervaluing their services in all marketplaces keeping them vulnerable and disempowered. The Divine Femme Money Show solves this problem. This show is about giving our listeners the tools, inspiration and insight to build booming beautiful online businesses. Every episode is a deep dive into topics including m ...
 
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On this week's podcast we discuss all-things space NOT including NASA's Artemis & SpaceX. But instead share some updates from the AG3D Printing Lab, Orbital News from Mars, & review the upcoming DART mission. - AG3D Lab releases it's v3 design for the James Webb Space Telescope. We tested out a new durable resin and share some of the process of usi…
 
EPISODE 30 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners High energy Rock and Roll, best when played at full volume. Moxy and The Influence are four young Southern California rockers who bring it with power and drive to every performance. Their original all-female sound is a modern mix of all that was great in the 80’s hard rock scene, and all that …
 
We are all human beings. We have our own incentives to achieve goals in our lives. In the Space-game, incentive for progress depends mostly on how you decide to do space. SpaceX offers engineers of all ages the opportunity to be a part of something revolutionary, like making life interplanetary. NASA offers the best and brightest a chance to join t…
 
EPISODE 29 - Spotify is rolling out a new feature called “Enhance” which will automatically spiff up your playlists with recommended songs that (theoretically) fit in with your music’s existing style and theme. The feature works through a new Enhance button that now appears at the top of playlists. Tap it to toggle it on, which causes Spotify’s alg…
 
EX28 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners A star-studded line-up, including Paul McCartney and Liam Gallagher, joined the Foo Fighters for an emotional tribute to the band's drummer Taylor Hawkins at a concert in London on Saturday night. Hawkins, 50, died in March in Bogotá, Colombia, hours before the Foo Fighters were set to take the stag…
 
On this episode we are catching up after a busy, but scrub-filled week here in Florida. The first launch attempt for Artemis 1 scrubbed on Monday 8/29/22 originally due to an Engine 3 cooling issue. We discuss what went wrong and the balance that NASA has to strike as they learn their Space Launch System on the fly. Meanwhile, SpaceX launched twice…
 
Hello space-folks! We are here at the eve of the Artemis 1 and getting very excited for launch day. We've travelled to Florida to help cover the launch and cannot wait to share more after Space Launch System and Orion take off to the moon! This episode I share my thoughts on launch day, and how insanely packed with people it will be. We also talk a…
 
On this week's episode we are honored to have Chris Wade of Ethereal Geometry Arts in Hunstville, Alabama on People of Science! Chris is an artist who works in surrealist style with and Aerospace Engineering, capturing the awe and wonder of his dreams finding abandoned rockets. Alex and Chris discuss the challenges of being an artist, making a livi…
 
Ken Lowney, president and CEO of Lowney Architecture, discusses the design and construction of Oakland's newest hotel, Moxy Oakland Downtown. This award-winning project is the first modular development for Moxy Hotels. Ken talks about the hotel itself, some of the challenges his team faced during the building's construction, and how he was able to …
 
On this episode we try out a new segment called Spacewalk & Talk where I keep myself honest by recording thoughts and ideas I have ONLY ON MY WALKS to keep myself consistent and focused on my own health. We all have our own balance, and we can "hack" our inbalance by thinking outside the box....like having a podcast episode dedicated to only record…
 
We are getting ready for the Artemis 1 launch to robotically send the Orion Capsule to the Moon and back! We update you on how our NASA social application went, and our plans to be in Florida for the entire launch window (August 29, September 2, and September 5). We are so excited to be there for the maiden launch of the worlds most powerful rocket…
 
EPISODE 26 - - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Hi, my name is Max and I'm an audio engineer based in Raleigh, NC. I received my BA in Communications as well as a minor in Audio Technology from American University in Washington, DC in 2019. I'm also a musician and producer and have been making records under my own name since I was 16. Af…
 
EPISODE 25 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Eric Johnson has been traveling on a prolific odyssey over the course of more than four decades. Along the way, his creations have encompassed repertoire that cross pollinate genres which include rock, blues, jazz, fusion, soul, folk, new-age, classical and even country. Inevitably E.J. says …
 
We want to hear from YOU - Yes! YOU! Podcasting can be sooo one sided - here is YOUR chance to be on the show - for FREE!! Our Ad-Free Podcast is designed for music lovers just like YOU! So now let's hear your amazing voice on our podcast! Head over to our website and record your free message and we will put YOU into an upcoming episode! Share your…
 
Rich Rozycki, CEO at CRATE Modular, talks about CRATE's recent transition to building with light-gauge steel and how that has affected their factory and building processes. Rich also talks about CRATE's inclusion of "incremental automation," the possibilities and benefits of their approach to automation, and about how BIM modeling will soon change …
 
On this episode, we have compiled all-things JWST after the 1st images were released on July 11th-July 12th! We are living in a post-JWST world and already the amazing piece of space technology is a suitable successor for the Hubble Space Telescope. And NASA/ESA/CSA are just getting started, as images continue to be released and show us even more a…
 
Dave Stahl, associate AIA and principal at Cuningham, joins the podcast to discuss the design of Pentagon Village Apartments, a 244,000-sqft rental community in Minnesota which is on track to become one of the largest volumetric modular multifamily developments in the country. Dave talks about how his designs evolved from the project's inception, h…
 
EPISODE 24 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! LIFEHOUSE Jason Wade: Singer/songwriter/guitarist/piano Rick Woolstenhulme: Drums Bryce Soderberg: Bass “And we turn it inside out/To take it back/To the start.” “Who We Are” With the release of Lifehouse: Greatest Hits on Universal Music Enterprises, a chronological collection of the band’s …
 
On this episode, we interview Jim Cantrell for another segment of People of Science. We learn about Jim's childhood inspiration in STEM and go through his time at JPL, working with the French Space Agency, and being a founding member of SpaceX (that's just up until the 2010's, there's more!). Jim shares his experience as part of the crew with Elon …
 
EPISODE 13 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Recently we lost a great musician - Oliver Taylor Hawkins (February 17, 1972 – March 25, 2022) was an American musician, widely known as the drummer for the rock band Foo Fighters, with whom he recorded eight studio albums between 1999 and 2021. Before joining the band in 1997, he was the tou…
 
EPISODE 14 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Two-time Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel is one of Australia’s most respected musicians. The legendary guitarist has a professional career that spans five decades and continues to intersect with some of the finest musicians throughout the world. A household name in his native Australia, Tommy h…
 
EPISODE 15 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Shout out to all those from a small town! In high school I lived in a town of 500 people - everyone knew everyone! "if you haven't heard a rumor by noon, Start one!" was one of the first lessons that I learned! Yes, living in a small town has some disadvantages - like, we didn't have a stopli…
 
EPISODE 21 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! We welcome, from my hometown area! Honeymoon Suite! Honeymoon Suite is a Canadian rock band formed in 1981 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The band's name was a nod to the fact that Niagara Falls is the unofficial honeymoon capital of the world. Next time they roll through your town with a live sh…
 
EPISODE 20 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Bryan Adams is bothering the neighbours by Waking Them Up with this album! Waking Up the Neighbours is the sixth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams, released on September 24, 1991. The album was recorded at Battery Studios in London and The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, m…
 
EPISODE 19 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Hey did you catch the promo for Steve Yusko's great podcast - Long Island Sound! Eager to discover new music from a wellspring of talent? Learn the backstory of the musicians you love from Long Island. In this podcast, we uncover new original music as well as the backstories of each artist an…
 
EPISODE 18 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! The band began in 1983 originally as a solo project for singer-songwriter/guitarist Steve Plunkett (also known as "Plunk"), who had recently left the band Silver Condor, due to his frustration with their lack of interest in recording his songs. Plunkett then began playing and recording his ow…
 
EPISODE 17 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! We get knee deep into the whole - Roth vs Hagar Van Halen debate in this episode - check out two great songs post 1984 featuring Sammy and the Van Hagar Years... Roth fans, we will be back with an episode just for you! Summer Nights and Love Walks In - right here on the Add to My Playlist Pod…
 
Hey! Dave here, stopping in to thank you for listening around the world! Spotify's new video feature is exciting - still learning how to incorporate video into my podcast episodes! I am always looking for other music podcasters to collaborate with, musicians and bands to profile on the podcast! Hit me up on my social media channels for more info! C…
 
EPISODE 16 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! 16 Gold & Platinum Records 7 Million Sales Worldwide 2 Billboard Hot 100 Top 5 Hits 4 Billboard Hot 100 Top 25 Hits 7 Billboard Hot 100 Top 100 Hits Winner of the American Music Awards 1991 Best New Hard Rock Heavy Metal Band 2 Time Winner ASCAP Songwriter's Award Love Of A Lifetime Number On…
 
EPSIODE 23 - EXTERNAL Version for Non-Spotify Listeners! Jude Cole is an American singer-songwriter, manager and record producer who started out as a four-sets-a-night musician, sideman and session guitarist, graduated to solo artist with three albums on Warner Bros. in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, one release on Island Records, (1995) and one ind…
 
EPISODE 22 - EXTERNAL VERSION - for all non-Spotify Listeners Welcome back! Today we are featuring a very special guest, Emma G! Emma G shares two songs with us today - The Wolf I Feed - Fighter This is the Spotify External version - to hear this podcast head over to Spotify and by signing up for a paid membership, you can hear this podcast with th…
 
This episode, we dive into the balance of being a human-being in a demanding and engaging career in STEM, specifically Technology & Engineering. Even more so at a place like SpaceX, Blue Origin, or NASA (to name a few). While the job can very technical and detail oriented, there’s also the fact that you’re still a human-being and it’s a difficult c…
 
When confusion reigns, where do you turn? We are strangers to ourselves in these moments, unfocused and unclear. I often turn to the piano, or other musical instruments to get at and get out what's going on inside. More even than writing, composing music allows thoughts and feelings to flow through me unencumbered (or, at least, less encumbered tha…
 
Stuart Cameron, co-founder of UK-based design firm SCMS Associates, talks about designing net zero modular buildings in and around England ahead of London's goal of being a net zero carbon city by 2030. Stuart also explains his firm's focus on sustainability and the importance of energy-efficient MEP in modular building design. In addition, he give…
 
What makes us love a musician? The connection with a performer and their music is not unlike other loves probably, a slightly inexplicable alchemy that hits us hard, right off the bat. Seeing a long line of people waiting mid-morning for the best seats for the Phoebe Bridgers benefit concert in Prospect Park last week, I was curious: why do these f…
 
My interaction with the young band Moxie is a direct result of saying 'yes.' "Can a band stay with us a couple of nights?" my son Eli asked a couple weeks back and--based on my love of strangers, especially meeting them in my house--I didn't skip a beat. "Yes," I said. And so it was that I found myself in my kitchen with four of the most lovely dyn…
 
In this episode we have alot of space & science to cover! There were so many exciting things that happened in May/June that we are only just catching up. Lot's of 1sts going on lately: 1. Blue Origin's NS21 mission sends the 1st Mexican-born woman to the Edge of Space 2. NASA grows plants in Lunar Regolith for the 1st time. The soil was saved from …
 
On this segment of People of Science we welcome Jane Davies to the podcast! Jane is a Masters of Science student researching the Digital Anthropology of 3D printing in Space. Luckily, this podcast is all about that cross-section of humanity and Jane reached out to us! It's been great to have participated in Jane's research and it's awesome to have …
 
Links Zettelkasten - Slip Box not SlipKnot More Zettelkasten Obsidian Home Page Ian's Thoughts on Obsidian Testers walkout after layoffs in the QA Team Raven testers form a union NFT grifters have terrible culture - not causation yet, but the correlation is hard to ignore.By Ian Smith & Ash Winter
 
Carson Holmquist, CEO of Stream Logistics, discusses all the factors that go into getting completed modules from the factory to the job site, including the specific dimensions of ideal module sizes and what manufacturers and builders can do to optimize the transportation process. Support the showBy Modular Building Institute
 
On this episode we recap the latest from a busy May in Space, including: - Boeing’s OFT-2 gets a Part DEUX after fixing some valve issues - James Webb Space Telescope continues Science Instrument commissioning - Rocket Lab catches their Electron Rocket with a Helicopter and the CAPSTONE spacecraft is on its way to New Zealand for an Artemis/Gateway…
 
MBI executive director Tom Hardiman discusses the potential expansion of the Davis-Bacon Act—which would impose prevailing wages on offsite and modular manufacturers working on federal construction projects—and its many implications for the modular industry at-large. Tom also describes what industry members can do to assist MBI's efforts in opposin…
 
Rick Murdock, co-founder & CEO of Boise-based Autovol, discusses the growth of his latest company and the potential of automation for the modular construction industry. Rick also talks about the specific benefits of automation for modular companies themselves, the types of projects that benefit most from automation, and his advice for future entrep…
 
This week we have much to discuss about all things space! - NASA's Crew 4 launches to the ISS on a SpaceX Falcon9 & Crew Dragon NET April 23 5:26AM ET - NASA's SLS Wet Dress Rehersal gets delayed & we get new launch window possibilties for this summer in Florida at Pad39A - The Jame Webb Telescope team was on Twitter Spaces talking about the cryoco…
 
Do you love music? Want to grow your playlist? Spotify has changed the game! Imagine a podcast where you can actually include the song from the artist or band that you love and the artist gets paid for your listen and playlist add! I have over 35 years of musical experience in several bands - recorded and performed here in Canada and I would love t…
 
Bonus episode! Spotify has granted us early access to video podcasts! We wanted to try this out! We are looking forward to your feedback on video podcasts! If you are a musician, let's get you on the show and share your songs with our audience! Thanks for every listen and every interaction with our podcast! Dave Anchor promo of Spotify's new video …
 
From roofing to insulation to finishing, CertainTeed/Saint Gobain has a long history of creating innovative materials and products for building construction of all types (even famous French castles!). In this episode, CertainTeed's Brent Belanger and John Harding discuss four new products that specifically benefit the modular and offsite constructi…
 
This week we discuss the nuanced topic of launch independence, the ability of a single country to continue their space programs regardless of global conflict that might interrupt international partnerships like the ISS and other space ventures. Given the continuing conflict in Ukraine, this story continues to develop. NASA also rolled out the SLS f…
 
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