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Everything endurance on RunningFlat Radio. Put up every Tuesday with Chris Uszynski Race Director at http://runningflat.com. We talk to News Makers, Movers and Shakers and record holder just inspire you off the couch and into your first 5K. RunningFlat created or produce events such as I RAN THE D, Le Chocolat, Pelee Island Winery Half Marathon, Canada D'Eh Run, Color Run Windsor, Hockeytown 5K and a Reverse Tri.
 
Our first season, Crisis Talks, introduces us to project professionals adapting, pivoting and succeeding in the world of lockdown in Spring 2020.This podcast is brought to you by APM, the chartered body for the project profession. For more information on how to join APM, visit apm.org.uk.
 
This is Life Unfiltered is a weekly podcast by blogger Alexa Curtis. Life Unfiltered with Alexa, formally A Life in the Fashion Lane, was founded in 2011. The website initially began as a fashion blog but has turned into a lifestyle platform for teens & parents on a range of topics. Alexa also runs a nonprofit called Media Impact and Navigation for Teens. She hopes to use her platform and voice to raise awareness on the importance of living life unfiltered. In a world of photoshop and follow ...
 
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Up North Longhorn Smokers is a business venture started by Chris and Sandra that features a way to teach their son Tyler life skills for independent living. At Up North Longhorn Smokers, smokes over 12 varieties of finishing salts in their "old timey" wooden smokehouse using the same tried and true methods developed generations back. They take prid…
 
In the ‘Project Innovators’ season of podcasts, Project journal editor Emma De Vita is speaking to project professionals who are leading projects in an innovative way at a time when many of us are hoping the world of work and projects can be reset for a post-COVID-19 world. In this episode she speaks to Matthew Moran, Head of Transformation at The …
 
Hannah and Brady Barnstable have a muesli company called Seven Sundays. They first discovered muesli on their honeymoon in New Zealand. Not long after returning home, they were craving that New Zealand-style muesli. and could not find it so they created their own. Their first bag of muesli was sold at a Minneapolis farmer's market in the Summer of …
 
We had an opportunity to open season 3 with Anne Andrus, the owner, and baker at Honey and Rye Bakehouse. Anne talks about what life is like, 6 months into the Pandemic, and what her plans are moving forward. If you would like to purchase cakes, Monkey Bread, Croissants, or the delicious scones and quiche from Honey and Rye click here https://www.h…
 
In the ‘Project Innovators’ season of podcasts, Project journal editor Emma De Vita will be speaking to project professionals who are leading projects in an innovative way at a time when many of us are hoping the world of work and projects can be reset in a better way for a post-COVID-19 world. In episode one, we meet Caroline Raynor, project manag…
 
In this episode, our topic is the APM Body of Knowledge. The seventh edition of this core text for the profession was published in 2019. One year on, the book’s co-editors – Dr Ruth Murray-Webster and Professor Darren Dalcher – co-host an episode that reflects on the changes and updates made to the seventh edition. They discuss the considerable cha…
 
This episode explores the findings from The Golden Thread, a research series by APM and PwC. The first Golden Thread paper was commissioned to throw light on a profession that has been hidden and undervalued for too long, and to prove that the size of the project profession in the UK is significant and growing. Two follow-up reports focused on fast…
 
Michelle Mazzara, founder of Luvafoodie Michelle Mazzara’s company, Luvafoodie, started out in 2014 as a dating website where single foodies could meet. From there it quickly evolved into a love affair with food, starting with chocolate and caramels and moving into spice blends, Ice Tea Mixes, and even Spicesyou sprinkle on your pet's dry food to r…
 
In the Crisis Talks season of podcasts, Project journal editor Emma De Vita asks project professionals to share their stories of managing, adapting and pivoting their projects through lockdown and now as restrictions are eased. In this episode we meet Joanna Rowland, director of HMRC’s COVID-19 Response Unit, responsible for the department’s strate…
 
Alex French is the co-founder of Bizzy Coffee, a cold-brewed coffee. He and his co-founder, Andrew started Bizzy in 2016 with the idea of bringing convenient cold-brewed coffee products to market. Bizzy Coffee is now available as course ground coffee, ready to drink and as a concentrate. Alex has learned many lessons along the way that he shares in…
 
Lindsay Pohlad's inspiration behind The Grocer’s Table was to offer the community a go-to neighborhood establishment that could meet their needs in a warm and approachable environment. The idea of a community table, deli and marketplace has turned out to be exactly what the community needed in Covid times. From Curbside pick up the outdoor patio or…
 
In the Crisis Talks season of podcasts, Project journal editor Emma De Vita asks project professionals to share their stories of managing, adapting and pivoting their projects through lockdown and now during this next phase as restrictions are eased. In this episode we meet Andrew Higson, a project manager at Balvac, part of the Balfour Beatty Grou…
 
Fred Haberman owned an advertising agency that worked with a lot of organic foods. He decided to try his hand at creating a brand and did so with Freak Flag Foods. He fell in love with marketing and creating vegan and dairy-free organic master sauces, broths, pestos, and sauces that were flavorful, creative, and delicious with organic plant-forward…
 
KC Kye is the founder and CEO of K-Mama Sauce. KC grew up eating his mom's spicy Korean food. He realized how hard it was to find quality Korean food and sauces after he moved to Minnesota. After 100 variations, he perfected K-Mama Sauce. K-Mama Sauce is a rich and spicy Korean hot sauce that adds deep and complex flavor to a variety of dishes. By …
 
This is the last & final episode of This is Life Unfiltered, made possible by the best chocolate brand in the world, Hotel Chocolat. I've loved being on this journey with you all and I can't wait until the New Unfiltered show airs this summer. Head to Hotel Chocolat now to get your own summer sample box!…
 
Our friend DJ Chocolatic sends another installment of his Chocolate Session series with a boatload of his favorite tunes. Club friendly! Drake - Toosie Slide (DJ D Sharp Remix) The 1975 - Tonight (I Wish I Was Your Boy) Ne-Yo feat. Jeremih - U 2 Luv Sade - The Sweetest Taboo Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg - Nuthin but a G Thang (Luca J’s Funked Up Remix)…
 
Our Crisis Talks series explores how project managers are adapting and pivoting to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Emma De Vita (editor of APM’s Project journal) speaks to Paul Hilton, programme director at global engineering, management and development company Mott MacDonald. Paul lives in Singapore and oversees the …
 
I've been consulting on a sustainable swimwear company called Hulya Swim for the past year, watching this startup go from an idea to a strong and successful company...with a few bumps along the road. I sat down with the Florida based founders, Christina and Hannah, to discuss sustainable fashion, why they care so much about the ocean, and how you c…
 
Nick Hamburger is the founder behind the egg white protein chip, Quevos. Sold in national retailers like Whole Foods and Amazon, Quevos started as a hobby in college in an attempt to create a chip for diabetics. After dropping out of college halfway through, Nick embarked on continuing to pursue the chip company to satisfy mouths across the country…
 
Our Crisis Talks series explores how project managers are adapting and pivoting to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Emma De Vita (editor of APM’s Project journal) speaks to Hannah Gledhill, senior project manager at Hotel Chocolat. The British chocolatier has small project team focused primarily on product development.…
 
Lara Schmoisman has over 20 years of experience in the business world, and isn’t afraid to branch out and take risks. This has led her to become the CEO of her own agency, The Darl, which started out as a small start-up and now has a team of over 20 talented individuals located all over the world. With a passion for marketing and communication that…
 
When we first talked to Mary Leonard in Season One, Episode 68, she was making her lovely chocolates at Chocolat Celeste in St Paul creating new techniques and flavor profiles. With Covid19 stalling retail, Mary has moved to curbside chocolate sales for two of her biggest holidays, Mothers Day and Easter and is forging new relationships including H…
 
Our Crisis Talks series explores how project managers are adapting and pivoting to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, Emma De Vita (editor of APM’s Project journal) speaks to Sonia Sharma, head of planning and corporate PMO at Channel 4. Sonia explains the challenges of working within an organisation of low project manag…
 
Minnesota Ice believes ice should enhance the visual impact and overall taste of cocktails and drinks. They craft beautiful cocktails so you can entertain in style whether you are a bar or restaurant or consumer buying ice at your favorite liquor store. When the global Covid19 pandemic hit - these clients shut their doors and Director of Sales, Eri…
 
Garrett Marino & Natalie Salvatierra are tackling COVID-19, loneliness and activism. Natalie is 16-years-old and the founder of Solely Sunshine, and Garrett is 18-years-old and one of the founders behind the Quaranteen Collection. Head to the This is Life Unfiltered Instagram to read more about these founders at @thisislifepod!…
 
What is the future of project management as the world moves into the next stage of the COVID-19 crisis? And what are the risk factors and opportunities going forward, both for individuals and the profession? Taking a future-focused approach, in this episode, we hear from APM’s chief executive, Debbie Dore, and president, Sue Kershaw, about the ‘new…
 
I have decided to take a vow of silence in posting any content not related to Black Lives Matter, and I hope you'll join me. Today I'm joined by black activist and 20-year-old MIT student & President Danielle Geathers to discuss the movement, her role, and how you can get involved if you're not colored.…
 
Transferring to the Keystone School was the best decision I ever made. I really struggled in my previous brick-and-mortar high school and was worried about failing out. When I first came across the Keystone School an online high school, I knew it was the right decision for me to transfer. I'm joined by a school instructor Nicole to get her opinion …
 
After two decades as a food and lifestyle writer for various publications in the Twin Cities, Alex Lodner decided to parlay her connections and experience into a career of connecting the right social media influencers with the right brands to create social media influence marketing connections for both parties. Influencer marketing taps into the po…
 
SK Coffee is a specialty coffee roastery in Saint Paul, Minnesota led by Sam Kjellberg, the company’s namesake. Kjellberg laid the foundation for SK Coffee, a subscription coffee business, while he was living in Boston. SK Coffee is an e-commerce coffee subscription service, a strategy that allowed them to thrive during the Covid 19 pandemic. SK Co…
 
Description: An interview as part of the Well Tempered Podcast’s ‘Scholar Series’ (recorded February 2020) Guest: Allison Brown, PhD candidate at Penn State Area of study: Food Science and International Agriculture and Development Allison Brown is a PhD candidate and USDA NIFA (United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and…
 
Josie Lewis is an artist, speaker and author who empowers others to explore their own creativity. Josie shares her process via @josielewisart on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and TikTok, with over 2 million unique followers and more than 1 billion video views. Josie received an MFA from the University of MN and in 2019 she presented at TEDx Minne…
 
Kirstie Taylor is a good friend of mine and a dating expert who frequently solves many of my dating situations! Kirstie is a dating + relationship writer and up-coming author. She also writes a weekly newsletter Words With Kirstie, responding to reader’s questions and dishing honest relationship advice.…
 
Steele Smiley, the founder of Steele Fitness, got into the restaurant business in 2016 with the opening of the first Crisp & Green. The chain offers fast-casual salads, both curated and customizable, as well as grain bowls and smoothies. With the Cronovirus closing all restaurants in March, hear how he is pivoting Crisp and Green by adding Crisp @ …
 
Jooyeon Song is a Stanford grad and founded Mani Me, the first laser based gel manicure company that sends you at home manicure sets. By sending in pictures of your bare nails to the company, you'll have a set of custom stick on nails in under 4 days on your doorstep. Use the code alexacurtis for $5 off of your first 5 mani sets. This is a sponsore…
 
When Tom and Nicole Dokman married in 2017, Tom created a universal spice blend for their wedding. They used it on their food and guests received spice jars as a wedding favor. "Long story short, everybody wanted more and more and we thought they were being nice and really, they really loved it," Nicole said. "So we really felt like we had somethin…
 
Julia Boorstin joined CNBC in May 2006 as a general assignment reporter. Later that year, she became CNBC’s media and entertainment reporter working from CNBC’s Los Angeles Bureau. Boorstin covers media with a special focus on the intersection of media and technology. Boorstin joined CNBC from Fortune magazine where she was a business writer and re…
 
In episode one of our first season, Crisis Talks, Emma De Vita (editor of APM’s Project journal) speaks to Lizzie Meadows, a project manager at Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB), whose biorepository project went live just as coronavirus hit the UK. The project has since been able to provide crucial resource and support to QIB genome sequencing sci…
 
Carla Metz was on a roll at Iron Shoe Farm selling microgreens to restauranteurs in the Twin Cities. Her Spring plans included expanding her business and creating a farm dinner series when the Coronavirus hit. In one day she lost a $16,000 crop and had to figure out how to re-imagine her farms' offerings to sustain her and her customers in the time…
 
Amber Romaniuk is an Emotional Eating, Digestive and Hormone Expert who helps professional women achieve optimal health through mindful eating, self-care and overcoming self-sabotage with food. Her podcast “The No Sugarcoating Podcast” has over half a million downloads, over 200 episodes and is listened to in over 82 countries. She was featured on …
 
Rachel Banken harvests local organic herbs + foraged botanicals native to Minnesota. These infusions of herbs, roots, leaves, fruits and berries are the basis of Well Rooted Teas. Well Rooted Teas nourish the body and are grown and harvested in a manner that supports the health of our environment as 10% of our profits are given to local organizatio…
 
CEO & Co-Founder of Digital Brand Architects Raina Penchansky joins This is Life Unfiltered today for a candid conversation on management, social media and building a sustainable brand. An episode worthy of a listen if you're interested in starting a career in social media, entertainment, whether it may be in front of or behind the camera. DBA reps…
 
15 miles up the North Shore from Canal Park is one of Duluth's most celebrated restaurants called the New Scenic Cafe. Chef/owner Scott Graden, grew up in the region and co-founded the business with his aunt, Rita Bergstedt. He has been working there ever since and took on full ownership by buying Rita out in 2005. Known for its "Nordic" cuisine an…
 
This is part of an interview I did with Remedy Live. The reason I wanted to post this today is because I know that so many of us are struggling with our mental health right now, and Remedy Live is a nonprofit that gives you a therapist 24/7 to chat with via their phone number and online portal. I open up about my past experiences with suicidal thou…
 
* Programming note - this episode was prerecorded before the Coronavirus outbreak* This week's Makers of Minnesota guests are Michael Sedlacek and Rachel Romanelli co-founders of Worker B Wellness. Worker B Wellness is a therapeutic wellness center near Keg and Case market on West Seventh Street in St Paul that focuses on holistic services grounded…
 
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