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Thrive in ELT

ELT Resource Room

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Are you an EAP/ESL professional who wants to reduce stress and ease the overwhelm in your life of English language teaching? If you're nodding your head yes, then the Thrive in ELT podcast is here to help. Heather Johnston, an organizational coach and ESL instructor/academic coordinator in a university intensive English program, offers practical insights and action plans to get you thinking and moving forward on your ELT journey. Whether you're in your first year or fifteenth, tune in and st ...
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Are you dreaming of making a change in your life but not sure where to start? Have you stopped yourself from opening a business or changing careers thinking you are too old, or don't have enough experience? Are you suffering from burnout and don't know where to turn? How do you figure out that next first step? On The Creative Pivot we introduce practical advice on how to discover the work you are meant to do, live a life aligned with your core values, and create plenty of space for creative ...
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On the Wind Sailing

59º North Sailing Podcasts

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The definitive podcast about sailing. Professional sailors Andy Schell, Emma Garschagen, and August Sandberg interview sailors from around the world to discover what motivates, scares & inspires them. For over ten years and through 400+ episodes, our hosts have interviewed sailors like Dee Caffari, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Liz Clark, John Kretschmer, Kirsten Neuschafer & many, many more. We talk to boat builders, yacht designers, YouTube stars, performance racers, and many more. HOLD FAST!
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Rev Dr Heather Morris, General Secretary of the Methodist Church in Ireland hosts the 'Living Wholeheartedly' podcast. Subscribe now and join Heather along with special guests as they share stories and answer questions on life, ministry and unpack together what it means to be in relationship with Jesus, for whom the phrase ‘living wholeheartedly as followers of Jesus for the transformation of the world’ is not just an aspiration or a hope – but reality. WATCH on YouTube: https://bit.ly/MCI-Y ...
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Meet the Creatives seeks to bridge the gap between entry-level Designers and the industry's best. The podcast features useful advice from top creatives at companies like Google, Facebook, Nike, Airbnb, VaynerMedia, Pentagram and more.
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Get current insights on marketing tactics that are working right now. Modern Marketing features practitioners that are driving growth today. They share the tools and tactics, along with key insights that you can put into action right now. Modern Marketing is brought to you by Influicity. Visit www.influicity.com for more information.
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Engage Arizona

Center for Arizona Policy

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Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) discusses politics and social issues with special guests. From Pro-Life to Pro-Marriage, Parents' Choice, and Parental Rights, no Public Policy topic is off-limits. If it affects Arizonans, Engage Arizona covers it. Center for Arizona Policy is a nonprofit advocacy group whose mission is to promote and defend the foundational values of life, marriage and family, and religious freedom.
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Well Said

Indigo Books & Music Inc.

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Want to sleep better? Cultivate calm? Live more sustainably? Well Said connects you to experts, authors, and thought-leaders on the art and science of living well. Hosted by Chief Booklover Heather Reisman and journalist Shivani Persad, each episode invites you into meaningful conversations about well-being and offers takeaways for every day. Listen, learn, live well.
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The Moms I Know Podcast

Sheila Walsh Dunton & Maria Anderson Fahrner

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Sheila and Maria are two moms on a mission to reclaim childhood and to help you find joy in your parenting journey. Join us for dynamic conversations about family culture, thriving in motherhood, and parenting with intention.
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The Dear Dreamer Podcast

Meg Kilgore & Kenzie Kober

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Have you ever had a dream or a goal, but you're just not sure how to make it happen? When it comes to discovering your purpose and following your dreams, we could all use some practical guidance and a good dose of inspiration from time to time. So pull up a seat, grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite tea), and join your hosts, Meg Kilgore and Kenzie Kober, as they bring the stories and real-life lessons they've learned on their journey to follow their dreams. Meg Kilgore is an author, digit ...
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Welcome to the Real World Behavioural Science (RWBS) podcast, where we look at how behavioural and social sciences are being used in the real world to help change the public’s health, for good. The RWBS podcast is created by the Behavioural Science and Public Health Network (www.BSPHN.org.uk) and is aimed at people working in public health, academia and industry, who have an interest in how behavioural science is being used to improve health and wellbeing. Each month, Stu King (BSPHN Committ ...
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Lisa and David Dault are a husband-and-wife team growing a pottery business in the Dayton, OH area. Lisa and David focus on function stoneware pottery and enjoy enhancing the beauty of pieces through carving, faceting, and underglaze transfers. In the midst of running and growing the business, Lisa and David are raising five wonderful daughters. ht…
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Date: 6/11/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 22 Doctors in Distress Episode summary: The majority of doctors today are dissatisfied with the healthcare system. That's not to say that they don't want to be doctors anymore. It's just that they're fed up with the same system that patients are stuck in and fed up with. It's impo…
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Celina Frisson lives and plays in the canadian rockies with roots on the west coast. Celina is a multidisciplinary artist with expertise in ceramics & design. Celina's studio is located in Jasper National Park and she believes it is in her greater purpose to create art that connects people to their natural environments. Celina is here to create wor…
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Center for Arizona Policy VP of Policy Greg Scott and Community Relations Director Macario de la Cruz, Jr. have a conversation about a biblical response to pride month. Hosted by CAP’s VP of Advancement Chris St. John Register for the June 17 webinar entitled, “A Christian Response to Pride Month” with Dr. Andrew T. Walker and Center for Arizona Po…
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Ceramic artist Andrew Tarrant is an accomplished practitioner of sprigged decoration. Andrew's work is a contemporary view of classical pottery forms influenced by historical and mythological themes and a modern humor. Born in the United Kingdom, and moving to Canada at a young age Andrew's early memories of England promoted the evolution of his ar…
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Gabrielle Ione Hickmon is an artist and incoming History PhD student at the University of Michigan of, in, and focused on the African American Midwest. Gabrielle also hosts WORKING PROCESS, conversations with Black women ceramic artists about their work and process. http://ThePottersCast.com/1033
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Date: 6/4/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 21 How We Learn to Be a Patient, Part 2 Episode summary: Continuing from the end of last season, Ep 12, where I talked with my own daughter about her experience going to an urgent care center alone for the first time, here's the follow up with a group of young women going through s…
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Cheri Downey, a ceramic artist originally from Northern California, is currently live in Huntsville, Alabama. Cheri began working with ceramics in 2014 in high school classes. Cheri has had home studios since after college and has owned a commercial studio for the last year in Tennessee. Cheri focuses on dinnerware sets, mugs, and luminaries. http:…
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Heather Morris in conversation with the incoming Lay Leader of the Methodist Church in Ireland 2024-26, Mrs Elaine Barnett. The Lay Leader’s theme for her two years is: 'JOURNEYING WITH GOD' The Bible is full of people who journeyed with God – both physically and in their relationship with Him. Journeying means not staying in one place; it means be…
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Heather Morris in conversation with the incoming President of the Methodist Church in Ireland 2024-25, the Revd Dr John Alderdice. The President's theme for this year is: 'FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE WORLD' ‘But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.’ – 2 Corinthians 4:7 God’s pla…
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Date: 5/28/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 20 Short Stories on Being a Patient Episode summary: I have this never-ending quest to help doctors and patients understand each other better. This collection of short stories on what it's like to be a patient are meant to do just that. These are a few years old - I wrote them whe…
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Ike Lobel is a Ceramics major at Suny New Paltz. Ike's work focuses on the use of 3D printing in ceramics and the potential results of it. Ike has been working with clay for the past 16 years, in this time Ike has developed his style focusing on high precision and creating results that respect both the history of ceramics but also technological adv…
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Date: 5/21/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 19 US Drug Costs Are Insane, Part 2 Episode summary: Part 2 follows the last episode, where I reviewed how we got to where we are with insane drug costs in the US and a bit on how the Pharma system works. This week I did a deep dive on how someone can save on their medication cost…
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NCECA is always a blast and has so much to see and do that it is completely impossible to show up and do it all. With that in mind, I tended to miss the annual NCECA Cup Show just because I was so busy doing other things. This was to be different... Not only did I add a cup to the show, I also attended and interviewed a number of people. On the sho…
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Born and raised in Alabama and Tennessee, Jody Lewis is a transplant to Canada. Having earned a bachelors in biology and a master's in public health, Jody assumed that he didn't have a single creative bone in his body. But things started to change for Jody when a friend showed him all the work she had in a pottery class and he knew he had to give i…
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Skipper Heather Thomas recently won the inaugural Ocean Globe Race aboard the iconic yacht MAIDEN. The crew made history again by becoming the first all-female crew to win a round-the-world race! At 27, Heather was the youngest skipper in this race and one of two female skippers. Emma and Heather talked about leadership, confidence, navigation and …
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Yael Braha is a ceramic artist of North African descent who applies her formal studies in Graphic Design (BA) and Cinema (MFA) to ceramics. In 2021 Yael received the Multicultural Fellowship Award from the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). Yael's work has been exhibited in Museums and Art Galleries in the Usa and Japan, an…
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Comedian Kristoffer Appelquist returns to the podcast to talk about his first trans-Atlantic passage with the Swedish reality TV show 'Över Atlanten.' Now in it's 6th season, the show — which puts celebrities onboard a big Swan with Whitbread skipper Gunnar Kranz for an Atlantic crossing — has become a huge hit. Kristoffer, Mia and I talk about how…
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Date: 5/07/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 18 US Drug Costs Are Insane, Part 1 Episode summary: Wow, drug costs in the US have skyrocket in recent years. The popularity of Ozempic and other weight loss drugs have really brought this issue into the light lately. Why do our drugs cost so much more than the same medications s…
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Louise Deroualle, Jessica Gardner, Paul Blais, Bobby Scroggins, and Rebecca Hutchinson[/caption] This is a recording from NCECA 2024 of a panel called Clay Doctors. It was recorded by Clay Collier, organized by Ben Carter, and co-produced by NCECA. The session was led by the audience who asked questions directed to a panel of experts: Louise Deroua…
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August Sandberg is the owner and skipper of our beloved Swan 48 ISBJØRN, which has sailed over 60,000 miles since the beginning of 59º North. August lives outside Bergen, Norway, where the boat is now based, and recently finished overseeing a second major refit, which we had done at Vindö Marin on the west coast of Sweden on the famed boatbuilding …
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htt Sarah Kaye has always been drawn to the tactile world of 3D creation. Fond memories of her mum's homemade play-dough and her insistence on clay projects in art class foreshadowed her future path. Sarah studied Product Design at Parsons School of Design and dug deeply into her minor in Ceramic for Industrial Production under the guidance of Mare…
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Date: 4/30/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 17 Big Hospital Break Up Episode summary: I’m breaking up with my hospital. I live in Chicago, with its plethora of academic medical centers. I’ve long believed that these are generally good places to receive healthcare, but I’ve become exhausted at how hard I have to work to rece…
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Heather Knight opened Element Clay Studio in Asheville, NC in 2007, after running a retail studio in Asheville's popular River Arts District, Heather moved her growing family to Savannah, Georgia.Though the business has grown greatly over the years, the backbone of the studio has remained the same. Heather is committed to remaining a craft based bu…
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This is Trevor Youngberg's second episode on The Potters Cast. Trevor is a high school ceramics teacher and practicing wood-fire potter. Guided by a mindset that is focused on growth, discovery and creativity; Trevor finds that practicing wood-firing enriches every facet of his life. http://ThePottersCast.com/1021…
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Suzanne Heywood was raised on a sailboat. What started as a three year circumnavigation with her family turned into a decade of living aboard, sailing, and struggling to get an education. Suzanne's book, 'Wavewalker,' tells the story of that voyage. In this episode, Emma and Suzanne talk about 'Wavewalker,' Suzanne's relationship to sailing now, an…
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Date: 4/23/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 16 Race and Healthcare: Teaching Med Students Episode summary: Episode 3 of 3 of a miniseries on racial disparities in healthcare. We've heard from Linda Villarosa on how we got to where we are today and what some of the harsh realities of health disparities are, from Michael Tyle…
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Tanu Grewal is the Vice President of Marketing, Innovation and eCommerce at AlEn USA. In this episode, Tanu talks with Influicity Director of Client Strategy Ben Alberts about the importance that multicultural growth can have on your business, and paying close attention to changing demographics. Modern Marketing is brought to you by Influicity. Vis…
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Alex Laline is a lifelong sailor and one of our full-time staff at 59º North. Growing up in a multinational family, he sailed dinghies as a kid in the UK, Spain and Indonesia, then got inspired to sail around the world when he saw an ad for the Clipper Round the World Race. As a teenager he saved all his money and joined Clipper as a paying crewmem…
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Rachel Vitko discovered ceramics early on in Highschool where she was introduced to wheel throwing and surface decoration, combining her two loves of illustration and clay. For college Rachel went to MCAD (Minneapolis College of Art and Design) to further her illustration and explore graphic design. Rachel now pulls from those skills when creating …
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As an avid gardener, flora and fauna serve as the main source of inspiration for Ellen Duvall's explorations in surface design. Beneath a layer of vibrant color, Ellen illustrated functional ware also weaves in personal narrative, finding parallels between the natural world and the human experience. Following a long career as an art educator in pub…
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Date: 4/16/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 15 Race and Healthcare: One Man's Story Episode summary: Last week we heard from Linda Villarosa on the impact slavery still has on our modern healthcare system and how it leads to racial health disparities in the US. Today we’ll hear from Michael Tyler, children’s author, about h…
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Christine Gillies is the Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Blackline Safety. In this episode, Christine talks with Influicity Director of Client Strategy Ben Alberts about the importance of remaining focused on your goals and not getting sidetracked. Modern Marketing is brought to you by Influicity. Visit www.influicity.com for more information.…
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Sailing was never a part of Lutz Kohne’s life growing up — it hit him square in the face as an adult, and completely changed his trajectory. He has since worked as a professional skipper, as Race Director for the OGR and the GGR, and he is now preparing to set sail himself, around the world, solo, retro and unassisted as a participant in the Golden…
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Jessie Shaw is a New York based potter specializing in functional kitchen items. Jessie's forms tend to be simple with glaze adding the interest to the piece. Jessie learned pottery when She was in middle school. Jessie took a break when she went into college and now is back at it, full force. http://ThePottersCast.com/1017…
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Date: 4/9/24 Name of podcast: Dr. Patient Episode title and number: 14 Race and Healthcare: Historical Roots Episode summary: Many of the health inequities that we see in healthcare today stem from beliefs held in the time of slavery that have led to "myths" about black bodies and black health. Compounded by historical policy making related to soci…
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Henry Mickle & Bayley Richardson are self-described "Mates from the Land Down Under", cruising around the world in an old Beneteau. These two twenty-something friends made a pact, worked their asses off, saved their money, bought a boat and are living the dream — figuring it out as they go, but with knowledge and experience earned from working prof…
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Matthew Raw's work uses clay to explore community, language, and social history. With a particular focus on ceramic tiles, Matthew often involve social making, and attempts to strike a balance between the historical and future. Matthew has shown and installed work across the United Kingdom, in the United States, and throughout Europe. Matthew's pra…
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