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Introducing the Team Beachbody® Coach Podcast, the official podcast channel devoted exclusively to Team Beachbody Coaches. From archives of the National Wake Up Call, I Am Team Beachbody stories, and What I Know Now success tips from seasoned Coaches, this podcast is your one-stop source for personal development, business training and peer-to-peer inspiration. Ready to explode your business? Tune in regularly to our official podcast and join the ranks of those transforming their lives and th ...
 
Have no fear, The Happy Joy Podcast is here to add more sunshine to your day! This uplifting show is meant to inspire YOU to conquer each day with positivity, and to find the silver lining in any challenge, obstacle, or curve ball that life may throw your way.
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
The Q&A for the T&A, The Pastie Tapes is a podcast dedicated to burlesque origin stories. Burlesque performers nearly bare it all on stage - but sometimes we want a little talk to go with that walk. Who IS this performer? What’s their story? What do they have to say? What do they actually sound like?! TPT uncovers glittery nuggets of wisdom and insights through thoughtful questions and engaging dialogue with host & producer Siomai Moore. In each episode, burlesque performers & industry figur ...
 
Perceived Value is a podcast during which Sarah Rachel Brown interviews artists about about their careers, personal lives, failures, accomplishments, and asks the question: how do you make it all happen? They say money can't buy you happiness, but you sure do need it to pay for materials and studio space.
 
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The prosperity gospel isn’t just about health and wealth. Historian Kate Bowler says pragmatic values, simple solutions, and the endless quest for self-improvement, have infected most of the church in subtle ways. Kaitlyn Schiess talks to Dr. Bowler about her own battle with cancer, and how it’s helped her move beyond cliches like “Everything happe…
 
In this week's Book Club podcast Sam is joined by the historian James Holland to talk about his fascinating new book Brothers In Arms: One Legendary Tank Regiment's Bloody War from D-Day to VE-Day. James's story follows the Sherwood Rangers from El Alamein to the D-Day Landings, and on through the last push through Europe into Germany. On the podca…
 
Will the green agenda really create new jobs - or will the cost of net zero dampen economic growth? Katy Balls, the Spectator's deputy political editor is at Conservative Party Conference for a live recording with: Will Gardiner, CEO of Drax Jake Berry MP, chair of the Northern Research Group Bim Afolami MP, chair of the Parliamentary Renewable & S…
 
What's the right way to have virtual desktops in the cloud? Richard talks to Aidan Finn about a virtualization project he was involved with that started with Citrix Cloud, which runs in Azure. Aidan talks about the number of virtual machines involved in a large-scale VDI implementation, many of which are infrastructure and plumbing. Why own the plu…
 
Aftershock is an occasional podcast series by award-winning journalist Isabel Hardman. In every episode she asks how we can fix the damage caused by the pandemic to a different part of British society. In this episode, Isabel looks at how schoolchildren have been affected by 18 months of lockdowns and remote schooling. Some have been hit harder tha…
 
Helping your customers find the right Total-Solution Pack isn’t about selling, it’s about service—and asking the right questions. On this week’s National Wake-Up Call, 8-Time Elite Coach Alyssa Schomaker discusses how she opens the lines of communication that lead to deeper conversations and stronger connections with her customers, and more often t…
 
Last week, the US and Canada each sent a warship through the Taiwan Strait and Taiwan has appealed to the US for faster delivery of fighter aircraft. It's been a tense month in the Strait, kicked off by China's celebration of its national day on October 1 through flying a record number of aircraft through Taiwan's air defense identification zone. C…
 
Can the company that feeds the world beef burgers lead hospitality in reaching net zero? That’s what McDonald’s hopes to do as they lay out their Plan for Change 2021. With 1400 restaurants, over 23,000 British and Irish farmers and four million customers visiting them every day, will it be enough? Or is it just a drop in the ocean? McDonald’s stra…
 
On this week's episode, we’ll hear Douglas Murray on how the pandemic has made cynics of us all. (00:50) Paul Wood on why after 10 years he and his family are leaving Lebanon. (08:02) And finally Tanya Gold gives her review of a Batman-themed restaurant. (14:32) Produced and presented by Sam HolmesBy The Spectator
 
Dr. Vanita Rahman is the Clinic Director at the Barnard Medical Center and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, where she leads clinical research, nutrition education programs, and provides patient care with an emphasis on plant-based nutrition. She is also a clinical instructor in medicine at the George Washington University School o…
 
In this week’s episode: Why are a growing number of people putting the planet before parenthood? Madeleine Kearns writes about this phenomenon in this week’s issue and thinks that some of these fears might be unfounded. Tom Woodman author of Future is one of these people that Madeleine’s piece talks about. Tom has very real worries about bringing a…
 
In this episode Jimmy and Mick Murray sit down to dialogue about 'the judgement seat of Christ'. The reality of heaven and hell and what Scripture tells us about these eternal matters and their implications for believers. Rick Howard's - Judgment Seat of Christ message: https://youtu.be/PIrjJznbaDo Mick Murray & Drew Steadman's podcast 'Ideology': …
 
This week is a special a double feature! First, Phil talks to Esau McCaulley about his recent NY Times editorial about President Biden’s vengeance against terrorists in Afghanistan. McCaulley asks why so few Christian politicians seem to have Christian instincts, and what role should forgiveness have in American foreign policy. Then, Skye interview…
 
How do you add custom audio, video, and text communications into your organization? Richard chats with Mary Anne Noskowski about Azure Communications Services (ACS), a set of APIs and tooling that brings the features of Teams communications into custom applications and more. Mary Anne talks about Teams integration, providing a means to customize th…
 
Laurie Woolever is a writer and editor, and for nearly a decade worked as the assistant to the late author, TV host and producer Anthony Bourdain. On the podcast, she talks to Lara and Liv about tending to garden peas from the age of four, finishing co-writing a book with Bourdain after he passed away, and finding comfort at a local bakery during t…
 
The best Coaches are customers first! Even if you got started as a Coach, understanding the journey of your customers is paramount to success. On this week’s National Wake-Up Call, Courtney Swissman shares how she became a 7-Star Diamond Coach by not being afraid to be a beginner. Courtney tells us how she started her business by sharing like a Cha…
 
The University of Nottingham has been forced to abandon its sinister attempt to ban Fr David Palmer from becoming its Catholic chaplain because his defence of unborn life might upset snowflakes. In this episode of Holy Smoke, I talk to one of Fr Palmer's key allies, Ryan Christopher, UK director of Alliance Defending Freedom, about that appalling e…
 
Dehenna Davison is the MP for Bishop Auckland, and a rising star in Boris Johnson's 2019 'red wall' intake. On this episode, recorded just after Conservative party conference, Dehenna tells Katy about what it was like to lose her father to a pub brawl so young, getting her work marked in Latin by Jacob Rees-Mogg and her plans to go to a Taylor Swif…
 
In this week’s episode: with the energy crisis picking up pace who are set to be the winners and losers in this cold war for gas? Domestically we are seeing queues for petrol, rising gas prices all in the face of the Government’s net-zero agenda. And internationally things are looking just as turbulent, with China buying up as much fuel as possible…
 
Bio Frances Moore Lappé, known to her friends as Frankie, is the author or co-author of twenty books about world hunger, living democracy, and the environment, beginning with the three- million-copy Diet for a Small Planet in 1971. She has been featured on the Today show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, Fox & Friends, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, th…
 
Friend of the show Derwin Gray has a new book! When did he have time to write it? We don’t know! But he also found time to sit down with Skye and talk about it. Derwin says the Lord’s Prayer isn’t just a prayer, but an entire catechism of faith, a lesson in communing with God, and a call for the people of God to engage in issues of justice. He unpa…
 
Are you stuck in the print nightmare? Richard talks to Jeremy Moskowitz about the ongoing battle over potential exploits through the point-and-print system in Windows. Jeremy talks about the discovery of the vulnerability in July 2021 and how it has led to a series of patches and registry key changes to resist a potential exploit. Meantime, people …
 
On today’s episode, I am joined by my friend and advertising buff Tanya Nyamadzawo. Together we unpack what we’ve learnt from TikTok so far, why it needs to be proactive as a platform and ways in which brands can do better when working with Black talent. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @corqstudio and you can find me on Twitter @jennifertoro…
 
On the 15th anniversary of Wikileaks, Freddy Gray speaks to its Editor in Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson about the recent Yahoo article that exposed the fact that the Trump Administration along with the CIA was working on plans to either kidnap or kill Julian Assange while he was still in hiding at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.…
 
We work hard to promote our coaching business, but what happens when someone approaches you first? Do you scramble to personalize each person’s onboarding experience? When you find what works, stick with it! On this week’s National Wake-Up Call, 8-Time Elite Coach Emilie Robidas spends her birthday with us to talk about how she responds to question…
 
Throughout Chinese history, as seen by poems and novels, drinking has been seen as a source for literary inspiration; or a form of manly competition; or, as ever, a status symbol. After a century of political turmoil in which the way people lived was radically disrupted, drinking culture is now coming back with China's growing wealth. As well as th…
 
Our Midlands regional final took place on Zoom — a blast from the regional past, you might say — but was no less enjoyable and stimulating for that, all four regional entrants giving an excellent account of themselves. They were Blutick, which is taking maths teaching online to a new level; Petalite, which offers powerful solutions for electric veh…
 
Our venue for the Yorkshire & North East regional final was the former Leeds Club — where the entrepreneurs of the region’s textile and other manufacturing industries would once have congregated. We welcomed back guest judges Caroline Theobald, a leading promoter of entrepreneurship in Newcastle and the North East, and Gordon Black, a venture capit…
 
Kate Andrews is joined by writer and political activist Paul Embery; journalist Ayesha Hazarika; Tory MP Iain Duncan Smith; security expert Elisabeth Braw, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute; Spectator contributor Matthew Lynn; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss Labour's weekend in Brighton and whether Keir Starmer is…
 
All the way south and west to sunny Exeter to meet three more finalists: Bower Collective, a subscription-based provider of a range of household and personal care products with reusable packaging; CCM Technologies, which creates ‘green’ fertiliser from sources such as wastewater and farmyard slurry; and Psychiatry-UK, which has taken psychiatric co…
 
On this week's episode, Douglas Murray examines the left's tactics of victimhood in the wake of the Labour conference. (00:48) Then James Walton gives us his review of the new Bond film, No Time to Die. (08:34) And finally, Katy Balls talks about how the CO2 shortage could lead to a lack of her beloved Irn Bru. (11:30)…
 
As the UK faces a rising energy crisis with gas supplies in short supply, questions are arising of not just how we mitigate the problem in the short term but how we hedge against it in the long term? What role might nuclear energy play? What’s slowing down its development? Is it the technology? The funding? Or public attitudes towards nuclear energ…
 
We were very nearly in Edinburgh Castle to meet our Scottish and Northern Ireland finalists: in the Contini restaurant next door to the Castle forecourt at the top of the tourist-filled Royal Mile. Veteran judges Ian Ritchie — a prominent Scottish tech investor – and former Award winner Irene McAleese of See.Sense in Northern Ireland joined John Po…
 
In this week’s episode: is Boris Johnson running on empty or is a weak opposition giving him the momentum he needs? Kate Andrews asks in her cover story this week if Boris Johnson’s government has run out of ideas – as well as petrol. Katy Balls also writes in the magazine that the opposition seems unable to take advantage of the government’s failu…
 
Bio Jim Goodman is a team member of the editorial group at Disparity to Parity, a non-profit organization working to mandate fair pricing and update supply management to build a racially just, economically empowered, and climate resilient food system. Jim is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin- Platteville with a Bachelor of Science Degree in…
 
This year’s regional finals for The Spectator’s Economic Innovator of the Year Awards kicked off with a fascinating session in a private dining room of the boutique hotel One Aldwych. We managed to pack representatives of all 12 finalists (chosen from 90-plus entrants for the region round one table), plus guest judges Paul Abberley (CEO of our spon…
 
Philip Yancey is one of the best-selling contemporary Christian authors, and his books helped millions find a more authentic faith long before “deconstruction” was a hashtag. His new memoir, “Where the Light Fell,” tells how he escaped the racist, fundamentalist Christianity of his youth, and his lifelong quest to find God’s grace in a world of suf…
 
Chuck Palahniuk -- best known as the author of Fight Club -- has just announced that he's publishing his next novel not with a mainstream publisher but through the online subscription service Substack. He joins Sam Leith on this week's Book Club podcast to tell him why; and to talk about how 9/11 changed literature, why he never tires of making his…
 
In today's episode, we spoke to dancers Nifé (@ItsJustNife) and Regina Eigbe (@ReginaEigbe) who discuss the momentum behind dance challenges, credibility on TikTok and the importance of online communities. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @corqstudio and you can find me on Twitter @jennifertoro_. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
Making mistakes with reporting or analytics can lead to mistakes in business and a loss of trust - now what? Richard chats with Melissa Coates about building mechanisms in tools like PowerBI to make it easier to get correct results. Melissa talks about having a diligent core of analytics and a flexible edge - making sure the expert data stewards an…
 
Everyone’s journey is different, but fundamentals for success remain the same: Being your true self is what draws people in! Are you letting perfectionism get in the way of being authentic? When we show up as who we really are and not what we think others want to see, people take notice. On this week’s National Wake-Up Call, 5-Star Diamond Emily Le…
 
Katy Balls is joined by The Spectator's associate editor Douglas Murray; the founder of Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis; former MI6 chief Sir John Sawers; former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott; economist Steve Keen; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss whether America, Britain and Australia can contain China, how Covid has change…
 
On this week's episode, Katy Balls gives us her thoughts on the importance of Keir Starmer’s performance this weekend at the Labour Party Conference. (00:54) Then Nicola Christie raises the curtain on the exciting new wave of British musical theatre. (06:53) And finally, Hannah Tomes talks about why Facebook won’t let her post about the English wat…
 
Senior editor of The Dispatch and constitutional attorney, David French, and Holy Post co-host, Skye Jethani, discuss why the executive committee of the Southern Baptist Convention should waive their attorney-client privilege in the ongoing abuse investigation. Then, French explains why the increase in self-identified evangelicals between 2016 and …
 
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