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The evolution of architectural practice has been relatively slow towards change, yet modern shifts in business and design management have prompted today’s leading architects to rethink how they work. On Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee, an architect, design strategist, and Senior Experience Designer at Slack, and architecture business strategy consultant, Je’Nen Chastain, set out to illuminate the future of the profession to help architects remain relevant and valuable in a changing world. The ...
 
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TalkSex with Gabriela Rosa

Gabriela Rosa | Author, Fertility Specialist and Sexuality Researcher

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TalkSex™ with Gabriela Rosa is the podcast where reproductive health, science, education, self-discovery, love, and lust meet. Sex is so much more than the mere function designed to fulfill the biological imperative of human reproduction. Interwoven in the sexual act there is an even deeper yearning essential to the experience of sexual satisfaction. Inside our greatest inner longings, humans want to, above all, feel - seen, desired, and met within multiple dimensions of our beings. Join Har ...
 
Hungry Woman at Work is a podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul. Be inspired by the stories of women who are making an impact in their spheres of influence, be it in the boardroom, the classroom, on the field, at an NGO, or at home. And get some snippets of advice on issues facing women in the workplace, from mentorship and leadership, to being healthy at work.
 
We're just your average couple, living normal lives, who happen to be obsessed with everything related to true crime. Shortly after relocating to the great Pacific Northwest, we realized there were stories upon gruesome stories to be told from this region. And we want nothing more than to share them with you. So come join us every first and third Friday of the month as we take a deep look into the dark and twisted. It isn't for the feint of heart, but we promise it will be worth it. ​And rem ...
 
Top of the Pile is a Simon & Schuster Australia podcast where you'll find some of the most interesting authors in conversation about everything from their lives, their books and their big ideas. From Health, Science and True Crime, to Fiction, History and Romance, we'll bring you fascinating conversations about subjects you never even knew about, and some that you do.
 
The Recognized Authority: the podcast that guides Invisible Experts on the journey to becoming a Recognized Authority in your field, so you can: 👉 increase your impact 👉 command higher fees 👉 work with better clients This podcast features interviews with successful consultants who are willing to share the ups and downs of their story to inspire and educate our listeners. We also interview marketing and sales experts who have a message or lesson that is relevant for a B2B professional service ...
 
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Episode 078: Leading on Climate Action for a Positive Future How can architects address the challenge of global warming? Planetary warming is one of the biggest disruptions of our time. In this special crossover episode focused on climate action, our friends from Design the Future podcast will join us to discuss the evolution of the sustainable des…
 
We often start out working on execution, implementing projects for clients after they've decided on strategy. Our former guest David C. Baker talks about this as "working with your hands". But we can have more impact, be more profitable, and enjoy our work more if we can shift back a step to the strategy phase, selling our expertise rather than the…
 
I didn't understand the impact that shame could have on one's life until this episode. Today's guest Eve Milford knows all too well about the tendency of women to push people away when they experience shame. As both a certified Intimacy, Love, and Relationship Therapist and Women’s Pelvic Health Specialist, Eve preaches the importance of going into…
 
Episode 077: Urban Intervention with Groundcycle What can we learn from a former architectural designer turned sustainable entrepreneur? At the peak of COVID-19 in New York City, farmers struggled to distribute their produce and the city had suspended all composting options. An architectural designer saw an opportunity to make a difference in her c…
 
Even just contemplating niching down your business can feel absolutely terrifying. That's why I think it's so important to hear from people who have done it successfully, and learn about the massive rewards that they are seeing. In this bonus episode, ReeJade Richmond and Alastair McDermott discuss how ReeJade niched down her consulting business to…
 
As independent consultants, our approach to publishing content is often haphazard and inconsistent: the topic depending on what issues are top of mind, and the schedule based on our client workload. One way to ameliorate that is to create a content marketing plan: some guiderails to help us stay on track. In this episode,Heather Chavin and Alastair…
 
We didn't get to cover premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction the last time he came on the show, so today, porn star, author, and coach Erik Everhard is back to talk about all the assumptions men make when they can't rise to the occasion. In this episode, Erik and I talk about his methods for helping men deal with performance anxiety. Erik a…
 
Episode 076: Practice Applications Digital Architecture, Block Chain, and NFTS What are practice applications of digital architecture, block chain, and NFTs? This week on Practice Disrupted we are going deeper into technology talk about all the buzzwords around the metaverse, cyber currency, blockchain, and NFTs to talk expert Wendy W Fok on the po…
 
Podcasting is a hot topic, and you heard before on this show and others why you should consider both guesting on podcasts, and even starting your own podcast. But where to start? In this episode, Jonathan Baillie Strong and Alastair McDermott discuss how to approach podcasting as an authority building platform. They talk about different formats of …
 
Today I am talking with Lee Jagger about how her personal sex life changed after six years as an erotic masseuse. Having worked with over 2000 clients over the course of her career, Lee is the perfect person to speak with about different ways to express intimacy and new ways to be intimate. Lee first got involved with her work purely because the mo…
 
If you're a consultant who wants to build authority, you need to do that through content creation. That involves writing and speaking. Publishing words, videos, or podcasts. Every consultant who walks this path hits the same problem: lack of time. How do you find the time to deliver high pressure client projects, create content, and build a pipelin…
 
How can writing a love letter improve your sex life? Today's guest, Kristine Grant, has all the answers. This conversation is unique because the technique she uses likely isn't super obvious to you and her areas of expertise are so diverse. Kristine is a relationship coach and author who specializes in crafting personalized love letters for clients…
 
Episode 075: Growing an AEC Startup / The Evolution of a Company Why is everyone talking about Monograph? Founded in 2018 by Robert Yuen, Alex Dixon, and Moe Amaya, the initial agency called Dixon & Moe has grown into a 50-person team, now known as Monograph. In their search to build tools and websites for startups and architecture firms, they noti…
 
We continue our collaboration with the True Crime Cat Lawyer Podcast with a case that rocked the small community of Dixmoor, Illinois in the early 1990s. 5 teenage boys were accused and convicted of the brutal murder and sexual assault of their young 14-year-old classmate, Cateresa Matthews. But did any of them actually commit the crime? Cateresa M…
 
Effective marketing is difficult to get right, and independents like us have a lot to juggle when marketing ourselves. Hubspot says that the biggest determinant of effective marketing is your audience. If we're not properly targeting our ideal clients, we might as well not be marketing at all. In this episode, Dan Sanchez and Alastair McDermott dis…
 
Women could always be better at flirting. And, let's face it, most of us could be better at recognizing a potential flirt. The conversation with my guest this week, Evelyn Lundstrom, reads like a course on Fabulous Flirting 101. We talk about tips for demonstrating desire and balancing flirting with the chase. We also talk about differences in flir…
 
Growing a consulting business to seven figures seems an impossible goal for many independent consultants, but it is possible, and my guest today is the Million Dollar Consultant himself, Dr. Alan Weiss. Alan is a polarizing character, probably the most polarizing figure in the consulting industry. During this conversation I ask him about his provoc…
 
Episode 074: Exploring the Evolution of Computational Design What should architects understand about the influence of computational design in practice? Technology has prompted a massive change in the way we practice architecture. This week we’ve invited Andrew Heumann to the show to help us take a deep dive into the world of computational design an…
 
We are kicking off our collaboration with the True Crime Cat Lawyer Podcast with a case that rocked the small community of Dixmoor, Illinois in the early 1990s. 5 teenage boys were accused and convicted of the brutal murder and sexual assault of their young 14-year-old classmate, Cateresa Matthews. But did any of them actually commit the crime? Cat…
 
Everyone is talking about how we should create more content. Write more blog posts, write more LinkedIn articles, start a podcast, do more video on social. But when we actually start creating this content it seems to be hugely time consuming for very little return on our efforts. In this episode, A. Lee Judge and Alastair McDermott discuss the comp…
 
It is a privilege to speak with someone who has such a grasp on how to help couples through problems in their relationships and today's guest, Dr. Jackie Black, is just that: a relationship expert, marriage educator, and board-certified coach to couples. She teaches learnable skills to people wanting to be more productive in their relationships. In…
 
Lee Feuling is a retired United States Airforce and American Airlines pilot who, once upon a time, was a coder for Centuri Video Games in Hialeah, Florida. Centuri was best known for its hugely popular licensed releases of Japanese titles such as Track & Field and Phoenix, but of far more interest to TDE listeners is Tim Stryker’s vector shooter, A…
 
Episode 073: Architecture, And: Civic Leadership How are individuals using their training in architecture to explore diverse career paths in government and public service? The Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD) is a leadership initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the United States Conference of Mayors. Since 19…
 
"Embrace what makes you different" "Stand out from the crowd" "Have a distinct point of view" "Find your 'Blue Ocean'" Everyone is telling us that we need to show how unique we are, how we are different from our competitors. Is that really what we need to do?" In this episode, Belinda Weaver and Alastair McDermott discuss how to shine the spotlight…
 
Grief is a challenging emotion and an even more challenging topic to discuss. Today's guest Emily Thiroux Threatt has grappled with grief after the loss of not one, but two husbands who both died of congestive heart failure. After facing her grief head-on, Emily managed to come out on the other side happier than she has ever been. She even wrote a …
 
DNA has been a marvelous tool in forensic science for around 20 years now. It has helped solve cold cases, long thought to be unsolvable. Used to fight wrongful convictions where there was little hope of the truth ever surfacing. But it has also been used to point to guilty people who hope to escape the criminal system. One of the true crime’s most…
 
Episode 072: Finding Your Voice as a Leader What lessons on leadership and career growth can we learn from Practice Disrupted co-hosts Evelyn Lee and Je’Nen Chastain? To celebrate the last day of Women’s History Month, Evelyn and Je’Nen sit down to have an open and honest discussion about their career paths as industry leaders. They’ll discuss step…
 
Attention is a currency, something we all spend on those who entertain us, and those who help solve our problems. In a cluttered, noise-filled world, getting your ideal client's attention focused on your content is difficult, creating content that will hold their attention even more so. In this episode, Ian Brodie and Alastair McDermott discuss how…
 
It's not every day that I get to talk to a professional porn star. I have been looking forward to this episode with great anticipation because any man that teaches other men these kinds of skills has my attention. Today's guest is Erik Everhard, an author, men's coach, and professional porn star. A former lover told him that his bedroom skills were…
 
Episode 071: A Case Study for Practice: Shepley Bulfinch What workplace policies and recruitment strategies actually attract talent? This week is both a case study for practice management and firm leadership, featuring two CEOs working in partnership to help their firm grow and navigate this pivotal moment of industry transformation. Shepley Bulfin…
 
We know that creating and publishing content is a key part of building your authority - you've heard it from many guests on this podcast. But yet it's still difficult to find the time to create that content. And even after we create it, we still need to deal with our perfectionism and other fears that hold us back from hitting the publish button. I…
 
Today's guest is Dr. Tara Suwinyattichaiporn, a sexuality researcher and professor at California State University. Her line of research is all around sexual empowerment and, more specifically, sexual confidence. She even has her own TedTalk on how to enhance sexual confidence. In this episode, Dr. Tara and I discuss the idea of measuring swagger, h…
 
We have covered a lot of cases over the past few seasons that have left us scratching our heads and with little trust in the justice system. This one is no different. When Steve Titus was pulled over by police after a night out with his fiance, he fully cooperated with them, never thinking it would come back later and ruin his life. Just 2 short da…
 
Special bonus episode: Bland Content and Burnout with Craig Burgess This is a special bonus episode of the podcast, and it’s very different from our usual interview episodes. It’s a behind the scenes look at an impromptu conversation between Craig Burgess and I. This is the first time I ever spoke to Craig and I thought our conversation was really …
 
Episode 070: SheBuilds Crossover in Three Acts What lessons on change and disruption can we learn from the women who have influenced the industries of building design and construction? To celebrate the 70th episode of Practice Disrupted we’ve teamed up with our friends at She Builds Podcast to create a very special AEC podcast crossover episode. Tu…
 
Building a personal brand is advice we hear a lot, but it's not always clear what that means, why it's important, or whether it's something we can approach in a deliberate way. In this episode, Mark Schaefer and Alastair McDermott discuss why personal branding is overtaking corporate branding, the four key steps to building your personal brand, and…
 
When was the last time you really explored your body? Today's guest Jamilla Deville joins me in this episode to talk about our sexuality and how people interact with others and themselves through the wonderful art of dance. Jamilla was already a dancer and an aerialist when she discovered pole dancing and fell in love with the performance aspect. S…
 
Episode 069: A Case Study on Leadership: Expanding Established Design Practices to New Locations What does it take to help an established firm set up a new office in a new location? This week we host a panel interview featuring three architects representing three award-winning design firms to learn about their individual experiences of helping each…
 
As consultants, we often think about having a single core offer - usually a high ticket offering. But it's not always a good fit for a lot of our potential clients, and there are some clients who are willing to pay more to get more. So how should we approach creating a product or services ladder? In this episode, Chris Lema and Alastair McDermott d…
 
Today's guest Dr. April Brown is an intimacy guru and in this episode, she and I discuss common causes of the erosion of intimacy in a long-term relationship, strategies for rebuilding that intimacy, and even tools of self-love or self-intimacy. Dr. Brown and I talk about how to be a chameleon with communication, when a couple needs a timeout, and …
 
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