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LeadingAgile's resident Scrum trainer Dave Prior, hosts a weekly podcast that covers all sorts of topics about Agile, Scrum, Organizational Transformation and Leadership. No matter if you're new to Agile development or an Agile veteran, Dave and his guest are sure to make you think about Agile in a whole new way! Alexa knows us as Leading Agile Sound Notes.
 
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
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The Scout's Honor podcast provides inside information from teams along with unique perspective from Scouting Services, Inc. Dir. of Operations Dave-Te' Thomas. He and former CNN Sports anchor Paul Crane provide news, information and player insight from inside teams in all four major sports, football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
 
This podcast seeks to fire the imagination of Christians who long to practice their faith at work. The podcast features interviews of people who try to practice their faith at work. Guests may be famous or unknown. They may be very successful, quietly faithful, or instructive in their woes. We typically interview mature Christians, but there are exceptions. The common thread is a desire to live by one’s faith and convictions. Guests include professional athletes, award-winning broadcasters, ...
 
Welcome to The Financial Planner Life Podcast. We cover an intimate and honest account of what it’s really like to work in the financial planning industry. Our guests share their stories of success, failures and learnings, as well as what to expect from a career in the industry! We host guests at various stages in their careers, as well as multiple roles to ensure that our audience has a variety each week. Financial planners, business owners, paraplanners and back-office staff all have their ...
 
A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
If you are a church planter, soon to be church planter, or leader of an established church, that is looking for more insight and direction on what God is doing through church planting to reach the lost, then this is the podcast for you! Every week, the creators behind Church Planter Magazine & Church Planter Podcast, Pete Mitchell and Peyton Jones, deliver a powerful, funny, raw and relevant interview on church planting from planters that are in the trenches - doing it. Subscribe to it now f ...
 
Take your mind off life for a while. The podcast was originally created for First Responders, Veterans and anyone else combatting the effects of PTSD. I do that through comedy and entertainment. Being so easily relatable, you can come and listen to other perspectives on varieties of topics and hear opinions from everyday people. I'll interview celebrities and notable people from time to time, to give our listeners/viewers (Yes, there is a full video episode YouTube Channel) a chance to meet ...
 
Stefan Molyneux is the founder and host of Freedomain, the largest and most popular philosophy show in the world. With more than 4,500 podcasts, 10 books and 600 million downloads, Stefan has spread the cause of liberty and philosophy to millions of listeners around the world. Mr. Molyneux holds a Masters Degree in History from the University of Toronto; his graduate thesis focused on the History of Philosophy, detailing the relationship between the metaphysical arguments and the political e ...
 
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In this weeks episode Sam is joined by Mel Abplanalp from Buckingham Gate Chartered Financial Planners. Mel is the head of operations at Buckingham Gate, she has had an unconventional but incredibly important career journey that has led her into this, the perfect role for her skillset and personality. Mel has jumped around a little bit in her caree…
 
Allen Bolen talks about taking competition axiety head on, his philosophy on bow hunting and how he pushed himself outside of his comfort zone to achieve the title of IBJJF World Masters champ!
 
Despite the fact that Agile practices have been applied to just about every type of work you can imagine, there is still a pervasive assumption that it is just for software. In the CSM and CSPO classes I teach, people often ask for “real life examples” of how people not working directly on software teams are able to use agile and to what end.This w…
 
Today's guest is Dave Robinson. Dave is a Chartered Financial Planner for Centurion Financial Planning, and it's IFA or the Highway with Dave! Pre warning, this is a long episode but well worth it. We talk about the importance of IFA and why there needs to be an IFA academy. We dive into Dave Robinson's past, and how he got into financial planning …
 
Olasky explains the world of publishing and offers his definition of conservatism. The author of many books about faith and politics revisits the concept of compassionate conservatism, which he championed for decades. Enter here for an opportunity to win Olasky's latest book Reforming Journalism courtesy of P&R Publishing. Connect with us! Our webs…
 
Dr Kevin Bonham, psephologist, polling analyst, and political commentator, drops by to discuss the Victorian state election polling figures thus far, the problem with Group Voting Tickets and preference harvesting, and why we should vote below the line in the Upper House. Writer, broadcaster, and musician, Sian Prior joins Amy to discuss her book, …
 
Writer, broadcaster, and musician, Sian Prior joins Amy to discuss her book, Childless, A Story of Freedom and Longing. It's about Sian's seven-year-long quest to become a mother, and how that failure affected every part of her emotional life. Sian explores how society could better support those who are childless not by choice, which has become an …
 
This week we celebrate the launch of Financial Planner Life – Fintech, where we showcase some of the most innovative technology that helps improves the Financial Planning experience for Financial Planners and their clients. Sam Oakes is pleased to welcome back Ben Mason the CEO of Kinherit a Wills and Trust onto the podcast to talk about their one-…
 
On the podcast today Sam speaks with Chris Dames. Chris is a chartered adviser and the owner of a company called Cervello which he's been building over the last 12 years. Chris has an infectiously happy character and is brimming with kindness. So much in fact that the spill over goes into a podcast he hosts called The Kindness Project, which today …
 
In Carol Dwek’s book Mindset, she explains the difference between a Fixed Mindset and a Growth Mindset. Earlier this year, a colleague of mine, Mary Kaufman and I began recording a series of podcasts on the five stages of growth outlined in the book. Unfortunately, Mary moved on to a new gig before we got the fifth stage posted. So, we re-recorded …
 
Russia and international security expert Dr Matthew Sussex gives us clarity on what is happening in Russia's war against Ukraine, the "worldview" of President Putin, the effect of Russia's withdrawal from Kherson on the war strategy of both sides, plus their use of munitions, drones, and more. Matthew is an Associate Professor at the Griffith Asia …
 
Historian Dr Emma Shortis from RMIT's EU Centre of Excellence stops by to talk about the latest in US politics, including the mid-term election results and the summit season currently underway and attended by world leaders. Acclaimed novelist, poet, and musician Gregory Day joins Amy to speak in-depth about his latest book, Words Are Eagles: Select…
 
During Transformation, we need a way to measure its performance and improvements to the organization so that leaders continue to support the initiative. Metrics need to be used to help teams get better over time and drive the right kinds of outcomes that leadership is looking for. In this episode, Mike Cottmeyer shares his insights into different A…
 
Journalist and filmmaker Karl Malakunas speaks in-depth about the volunteer environmental defenders risking their lives on the island of Palawan (Philippines) to save some of the most biodiverse forests and oceans in the world from illegal logging and fishing. The story of the Palawan NGO Network Inc's (PNNI) brave members and supporters is feature…
 
Professor Chris Wallace from the Faculty of Business, Government, and Law at the University of Canberra, talks about the latest in federal politics, including the Robodebt Royal Commission, Labor's IR Bill, the October budget, and much more. Journalist and filmmaker Karl Malakunas speaks in-depth about the volunteer environmental defenders risking …
 
Hannah Whiteley is a Financial Planner who attributes her success in the Financial Adviser profession to a disciplined approach of habitual self-development and self-care. In this episode Elena and Hannah discuss how they build positive mindsets and give insights into their daily practices of gratitude and meditation. We hear how implementing this …
 
WhichMat Podcast Ep. #40: 6th degree black belt Chris Haueter talks about everything from the potential existence of God, Batman being better than Superman and also about what scares him.
 
Watson practices law for a large firm litigating judicial decisions that seem both mistaken and strategic enough to challenge. Watson explains how his firm decides to take up a case and how they work to reverse judicial mistakes in areas like free speech and the so-called wall between church and state. Connect with us! Our website: https://www.fait…
 
Today's guest on the Financial Planner Life Podcast is Laura Moore, a certified Financial Coach, Financial Wellbeing speaker and host of the popular podcast, Mind Money Soul. If you’re thinking you may have seen her elsewhere then you’re right. As well as guesting on a multitude of other financial podcasts, YouTube shows, workshops, and working wit…
 
Both Bedenbaugh and Vaughan were effective pastors, leading or co-leading complex ministries for more than a decade. Today both men are successful business leaders. They still love Jesus, the church, and the pastorate. And their faith and theology shape the way they lead their people and their businesses. P&R Books has provided a few copies of Dan’…
 
Barkandji researcher and storyteller Zena Cumpston talks about indigenous plant use and the deep cultural significance of plants for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Zena also speaks in-depth about the ongoing effects of colonisation in institutions like universities and the ways in which Aboriginal knowledge has been treated as an "ad…
 
Amy is joined by Thai cave rescue diver, retired veterinary surgeon, and 2019 Australian of the Year Craig Challen. Craig speaks of his fascinating experiences as a technical cave diver setting records and travelling around the world diving with his mate Dr Richard 'Harry' Harris. Craig also shares how their involvement in the famous Tham Luang cav…
 
During this interview Zach Stone shares stories about what it has been like to be a remote Scrum Master working with a team based in Ukraine while it was being invaded by Russia. How do you engage with and support a team that is trying to build software in the middle of a war zone? What do you say to management when they want to know if you’ll make…
 
This week Sam is joined by Chartered Fellow and Financial Planner, Emma Hall from 75point3. In this episode, we hear about Emma’s career journey within the financial planning profession, knowing nothing about financial planning and coming from working-class family background, Emma was the first female in her family to go to university where she stu…
 
In this episode of SoundNotes, Len Greski joins Dave to discuss leadership and emotional systems. Len is a Principal Consultant at LeadingAgile and he has a background in sociology. As Len explains, “The most difficult challenge in delivering great products is getting people to work together." During the interview, we explore emotional systems theo…
 
WhichMat Podcast Ep. #39: An intriguing story of how Shane Hall won the IBJJF World Masters having not trained ANY Jiu-Jitsu for 7 months prior and his thoughts on what it takes to find success in Life.
 
With degrees and mentoring in traditional physical therapy, in treating chronic pain, and in “manual training,” Josh Borgmyer is one of the go-to therapists in his region. Josh marvels at the design of the human body and aims to work with God’s design to help many people regain muscular and skeletal health without surgery. He also reflects on the e…
 
So much has been changing in how we work over the past few years that it can be tough to keep track of everything. There has been an increased focus on product management as companies move from a project-based approach to a product-based approach. Some organizations are still trying to get their feet with agile, while others have decided that their…
 
This week Sam is joined by two guests, Paul Bradley, Founder of Chiltern Hills Financial Planning, is back on the show and he’s brought along Carl Richards. Carl is a Certified Financial Planner and creator of the Sketch Guy column, appearing weekly in The New York Times for 10 years. In addition to writing, sketching, and podcasting, he is a frequ…
 
Matt Pierson has played bass on over a thousand studio albums and for countless concerts, often with essentially no time to prepare. Matt tells us how that is possible, how things really work in a recording studio and how years of experience shape his skills. He explains how his faith shapes his musicianship and enabled him to recover from a catast…
 
This episode, we're joined by Dr Jan Rosenow of the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) to talk all things ESG. In particular, we discuss innovative solutions that businesses are turning to in the energy crisis and the role digital has to play. Jan also sits on the board of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) and is a membe…
 
*World Mental Health Awareness Day Special * This Week I'm joined by Gavin Thorpe one of the Co-Founders of Talk Club the men's mental fitness charity. we take look into the excellent work they are doing. Talk Club is our charity of choice at the financial planner life academies, 5% of the turnover of donated to Talk Club. How are you? Out of ten? …
 
This week’s podcast was created as a response to a question we were recently asked by some of our CSM/CSPO course students. This one is for all the team members and Scrum Masters, the people on the ground who see why Agile could make a huge difference in their entire organization but just don’t have the title or agency to sign the contracts to make…
 
This week Sam is joined by Rory Albon, financial planner at Lyndhurst Financial Management Ltd. Rory is a second career-ist and today he shares his story of how he got into the financial planning profession. He left a decent career at Amazon and took a pay cut because he saw the long-term benefits that a career in financial planning could offer him…
 
So an Executive walks into a Daily Scrum and demands Team Member X who must immediately begin work on something that is not part of the Scrum Team’s commitment for the Sprint. If you are a Scrum Master, this has either happened to you, or it is going to… soon. What do you do? You know this is not ok. The Executive, who may have the power to fired y…
 
As a professor of English, Karen Swallow Prior argues that reading both shapes character and requires character, including patience, prudence, and love. Dr. Prior offers Christian perspectives on events for the New York Times and the Atlantic, taking up the role of public theologian. Although she never sought one, she has a "platform" – and explain…
 
Broadcaster and guest columnist for The Politics Jonathan Green talks all things federal politics. Award-winning climate scientist and writer Dr Joëlle Gergis, delves into her new book, Humanity's Moment: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope. Joëlle is an Australian Lead Author of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Asses…
 
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