Best essay consulting podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Visits To The Dead In The Catacombs Of Rome by GREENE, George Washington
 
This essay of a cultured observer, for many years United States consul in Rome, appeared in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, vol 10, issue 59, April, 1855, pp 577 - 600. (Summary by David Wales)
 
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Society of Actuaries Podcasts Feed
 
In this first installment in the series, Dale Hall, SOA Managing Director of Research discusses an overview of the Financial Wellness essays with Steve Siegel, SOA Research Actuary and Anna Rappaport, of Anna Rappaport Consulting. Please note, this podcast was recorded via conference call, rather than our higher sound quality digital recording ...…
 
SPaMCAST 451 features our interview with Askhat Urazbaev. Askhat brings a very pragmatic view of Agile in all of its many forms to the Software Process and Measurement Cast. This interview covers a lot of ground, ranging from defining Agile to the impact of corporate and national cultures on what works and what doesn’t work. We dove directly in ...…
 
In the last few episodes I told you that I purchased Asante for $117,500 and told the story of delivering her from St. Thomas to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I decided to take out a loan to purchase Asante, but I figured that I would explain how I came up with the funds to be able to say, “It’s sailboat buying time.” This episode is a brief history ...…
 
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The Sail Loot Podcast: The Money To Cruise The World | Cruising Kitty | Sailing | Web-Commuting | Online Business | Lifestyle Design
 
In the last few episodes I told you that I purchased Asante for $117,500 and told the story of delivering her from St. Thomas to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I decided to take out a loan to purchase Asante, but I figured that I would explain how I came up with the funds to be able to say, “It’s sailboat buying time.” This episode is a brief history ...…
 
In the last few episodes I told you that I purchased Asante for $117,500 and told the story of delivering her from St. Thomas to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I decided to take out a loan to purchase Asante, but I figured that I would explain how I came up with the funds to be able to say, “It’s sailboat buying time.” This episode is a brief history ...…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Suzi Schweikert – a former English major at UCLA who decided she wanted to be an MD. She did so at UCSD, specialized in OBGYN at USC-Los Angeles County Medical Center, and after completing her residency, added an MPH to her credentials. Let’s learn more about Dr. Schweikert’s path in medicine, and to becoming an Accepted ...…
 
Writing Class Radio is a podcast that brings you true, personal stories written in an actual memoir writing class and ideas about how to write your own stories.Student Allison Langer loves the process of pouring her heart out on paper then reading it out loud. She’s all heart. Teacher Andrea Askowitz loves tearing stories apart. She asks, “What ...…
 
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Admissions Straight Talk
 
What’s new at NYU Stern? New MBA programs. New application process. New deadlines. Let’s learn all about it! It gives me great pleasure to welcome back to Admissions Straight Talk Isser Gallogly, Associate Dean of MBA Admissions at NYU Stern School of Business. I almost feel like Isser needs no introduction at Accepted. He participated in many ...…
 
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Meet the Creatives
 
On this episode of Meet the Creatives, I meet Steven Heller. We talk about his incredible career, Design History, how to get a job as Designer and more! For 33 years Steven Heller was an art director at the New York Times, originally on the OpEd Page and for almost 30 of those years with the New York Times Book Review. Currently, he is co-chair ...…
 
Audio Podcast Modesto Seara Vazquez Rector, Oaxaca State University System Margaret Karns Professor Emerita of Political Science University of Dayton; Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston Video Podcast Summary In this special ‘ACUNS @ 30’ video podcast, recorded at the 2017 ACUNS Annual Meeting, Professor Margaret P. Karns mee ...…
 
Brett Veinotte has worked in education for the last 17 years, in a variety of capacities. Most recently, he was the vice president of a tutoring and educational consulting company in New Hampshire. Brett began working as a counselor and outdoor educator at a boarding school in Vermont in 2000, and was eventually promoted to lead teacher of a sp ...…
 
In this episode, the thinkers, creators and storytellers at shark&minnow discuss the new “Is it OK for Guys” TV spot from Axe, the “Let’s Talk About Race” photo essay featured in Oprah Magazine and the new method for corporations and consumers to track transactions in the future. Open Swim is a podcast that explores emerging trends in business, ...…
 
Because of my abiding interests in food, cooking, and unusual stories, I was excited to discover the books of Margaret Visser. Visser achieved literary fame for her books on the culture of eating: Much Depends on Dinner and The Rituals of Dinner. But the first book of hers I read was The Way We Are, a collection of short essays on all sorts of ...…
 
SPaMCAST 447 features our interview with Angela Wick on the role of the Product Owner and Business Analyst in Agile efforts. These two roles are critically important for delivering value in an Agile environment. Angela provides a fresh take on the Product Owner role and the Product Owner's relationship to other roles Agile teams. Angela is the ...…
 
The writer and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips is the author of 'On Kindness', and 'On Kissing, Tickling and Being Bored' amongst other works of non-fiction. He is also a regular contributor to the London Review of Books. Adam invited The Verb into his west-London consulting room to discuss the rules and significance of Freud's concept of 'free ass ...…
 
Welcome back to our Colleges in the Spotlight series. Last week, we focused on Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs)--where the campus student population must be at least 25 percent Latino, with more than half financially needy--and the good work that they have been doing to smooth the way for Latino/Latina students, many of whom are the first g ...…
 
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The Mark Baxter Podcast
 
Cappy joins me for a discussion on self employment, minimalism, and the new look of retirement. Aaron has put out several books, including his latest "essay" Poor Richard's Retirement. He also runs a successful consulting business. You'll really enjoy this conversation. Support The Mark Baxter Podcast on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/realmar ...…
 
Today’s one of those shows where I’m going to be the sole presenter. I actually started preparing this show during the World Series way back in October. Yes, folks, after 108 years of losing, the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. At the same time, we were working (and have worked in the past) with amazing applicants who overcame hurdle ...…
 
Today’s one of those shows where I’m going to be the sole presenter. I actually started preparing this show during the World Series way back in October. Yes, folks, after 108 years of losing, the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. At the same time, we were working (and have worked in the past) with amazing applicants who overcame hurdle ...…
 
[Part 5 of 5] When Part 4 began, it was August 1978. Sergeant Jim Bevins and Lieutenant Ray Root from the Sacramento Task Force held a special meeting with law enforcement agencies in Contra Costa County. They believed The East Area Rapist was heading south, possibly to Southern California, and they felt he would strike in Contra Costa County o ...…
 
Crystal Olguín Duffy is a former high school teacher and consultant who is now an author, essayist and stay-at-home mom to three little girls including a set of identical twins. Her essays on parenting have appeared in Twins Magazine, You & Me Medical Magazine, Mamapedia and she is a contributing writer for Twiniversity, an online support netwo ...…
 
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The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News
 
EP086 - Dorel Juvenile Group Bob Land and Jamie Dooley An interview with Bob Land is the VP Consumer Engagement and Jamie Dooley is the Head of E-Commerce at Dorel Juvenile Group. Dorel Juvenile is the world’s leading juvenile product company and has over 11k employees globally. They have a portfolio of 11 brands include Cosco and Safety 1st. I ...…
 
(New essays , music , coloring book pages, and recorded talks coming soon for my supporters! Sign up on Patreon if you haven't already...) “You cannot change the present system. This thing is dying, it’s structurally unsustainable. And so to try to somehow fix the present system is just a waste of time. Don’t waste your time on the present syst ...…
 
Guest: Jerry Weinberg @JerryWeinberg Jerry Weinberg talks with Dave Rael about historical computing, humans as tools, transition, and understanding people Gerald M. Weinberg (Jerry) has always been interested in helping smart people be happy and productive. To that end, he has published books on human behavior, including Weinberg on Writing: Th ...…
 
This episode is in conversation with Achal Patel, co-author of the lead essay on social intrapreneurship. Achal is a consultant with Deloitte’s Federal practice, where he helps Deloitte and their client partners reimagine how to use existing resources. A few years ago he and small group of young employees at Deloitte began an ambitious experime ...…
 
The next Software Process and Measurement Cast features our interview with Brad Clark. Brad and I talked about cost estimation, estimation in government and COCOMO II and what is on the way in COCOMO III. Even if you are firmly in the #NoEstimates camp this interview will give you ideas to think about! Brad’s Bio Dr. Brad Clark is Vice-Presiden ...…
 
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USACollegeChat Podcast
 
Today in our current series, Colleges in the Spotlight, we want to look at a great article published in The New York Times by an award-winning journalist writing a very personal piece. Although the title of our episode is “No Harvard for You,” it is really about many colleges a lot like Harvard--highly selective, prestigious, private colleges, ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Wednesday evening, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that Robert Mueller, the former director of the FBI, would step in and serve as a special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russian interference in the election. Robert Ray, a former federal prosecutor and independent counsel for the Whitewater in ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Wednesday evening, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that Robert Mueller, the former director of the FBI, would step in and serve as a special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russian interference in the election. Robert Ray, a former federal prosecutor and independent counsel for the Whitewater in ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: On Wednesday evening, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that Robert Mueller, the former director of the FBI, would step in and serve as a special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russian interference in the election. Robert Ray, a former federal prosecutor and independent counsel for the Whitewater in ...…
 
Look out…up ahead…A DETOUR! This week, on Laughbox, I have the great pleasure of talking with Amy Oestreicher. She’s funny, she’s talented, and she knows about the detours in life. She shares her story and how she’s learned to shift mindset and be more resilient. I think you’ll enjoy the interview…she’s VERY high energy! A little more on Amy… A ...…
 
Author and Scholar Richard Bushman joins us with Glen Nelson, founder of the Mormon Artists Group to discuss their upcoming Mormon Arts Center Festival. They also discuss a work chosen from the Church History Museum Collection by Daniel Everett, a photographer who captured an abstract image of the Provo City Center Temple. Daniel Everett (Utah, ...…
 
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 441 features our interview with John Le Drew. John and I discussed the concept of safety at work, and how safety, or the lack of it, affects the effectiveness of software teams. John’s bio . . . In almost 2 decades working in software engineering, John Le Drew has worked as a software engineer, team lea ...…
 
We are going to take a tiny detour from our new series, Colleges in the Spotlight, to talk a bit about our brand new book, which we have called How To Explore Your College Options: A Workbook for High School Students. First, let us give a shout-out to high school students at Brooklyn Tech for their help in choosing the title for the book. We tr ...…
 
Ryan Stewman, AKA. the “Hardcore Closer” was one of the first guests on my (David Allan’s) Takeover Tuesday Podcast. He’s had a sordid career path full of obstacles (a lot self-inflicted) that he managed to overcome. He’s turned his passion and skills into a multi-million dollar empire of businesses. What’s funny is that he recently hired my fo ...…
 
Ryan Stewman, AKA. the “Hardcore Closer” was one of the first guests on my (David Allan’s) Takeover Tuesday Podcast. He’s had a sordid career path full of obstacles (a lot self-inflicted) that he managed to overcome. He’s turned his passion and skills into a multi-million dollar empire of businesses. What’s funny is that he recently hired my fo ...…
 
Our technology, business models, geo-politics and a not too distant inter-planetary (inter-reality) life are all growing in complexity and uncertainty. The age old profit-wage correlation is one of the many lagging indicators that most of our ways of economically and socially operating no longer hold as they did. Volatility creeps up in most fa ...…
 
PART I: Barbara J. King, Personalities on the Plate: The Lives & Minds of Animals We Eat Barbara J. King is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, and now is a full-time freelance science writer. Barbara has written or edited many books on anthropology and animal behavior. Her latest, jus ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
Today I am joined by author, activist, and journalist, and co-editor of BoingBoing.net Cory Doctorow. We talk about Cory's writing process, his ideas about the changing publishing landscape, the importance of science fiction, why he writes in a plain text editor, and much more.Cory's books on Amazon:About Cory:Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a ...…
 
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Software Process and Measurement Cast
 
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 439 features Alex Yakyma. Our discussion focused on the industry's broken mindset that prevents it from being Lean and Agile. A powerful and a possibly controversial interview. Alex’s Bio Alex Yakyma brings unique, extensive, and field-based experience to the topic of implementing Lean and Agile at scal ...…
 
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