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The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts. What will The Vanished uncover next?
 
Neil Sattin interviews John Gottman, Sue Johnson, Harville Hendrix, Peter Levine, Stan Tatkin, Dick Schwartz, Katherine Woodward Thomas, Diana Richardson, Terry Real, Wendy Maltz - and many others - in his quest to dig deep into all the factors that keep a Relationship Alive and Thriving! Each week Neil brings you an in-depth interview with a relationship expert. Neil is an author and relationship coach who is enthusiastic and passionate about relationships and the nuts and bolts of what mak ...
 
Join host Gregory Berg for Radio Enso- Tools and Inspiration for Conscious Living, every Monday at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on the BlogTalkRadio network. Radio Enso is a weekly, in-depth conversation with personal development leaders, thought leaders, and inspirational people from around the world. I aim to discover what makes other creatives, seekers, and non-conformists tick. We discuss a wide variety of topics including alternative career and lifestyle options, spirituality, travel, philo ...
 
Welcome to Killer: A True Crime Podcast. David and Craig break down new cases and provide the latest news in the True Crime community. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/killer/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
 
The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.
 
Tête-à-Tête is a student-produced podcast series that strives to highlight architectural discourse both within Rice Architecture and the global architecture community. Each episode is intended to keep architecture enthusiasts, professionals, academics, and students informed of current happenings. The podcast team works to foster and curate exciting conversations with a range of guests including lecturers, faculty members, alumni, students and professionals. Don’t forget to subscribe to keep ...
 
The latest Beatles news and thought-provoking discussion from veteran pioneer Beatles reporter Steve Marinucci, who established Abbeyrd’s Beatles Page, the first true Beatles news website online. Our contributing editor is Candy Leonard, the author of "Beatleness", an acclaimed book on Beatle fandom, . Send us your comments and questions at beatlesnewsdesk@gmail.com.
 
Welcome to the Red River Scripture Circles Podcast. Our purpose is to keep the conversation flowing and to include diverse voices in the discussion on Scripture and life as together we discover God’s original intent for creation. We do this by gathering together in groups of 8-15 people and looking at the Hebrew Scripture in the original language, culture, history, and context that it was written, and then asking questions that draw us deeper into the story. You are invited to join the conve ...
 
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Tom McMakin and Jacob Parks of Profitable Ideas Exchange (PIE) discuss their book, Never Say Sell, in which they explore how to grow work within existing clients. They reveal how they run their company by incorporating gamification, and explain how firms can add value in an era of disruption. McMakin and Parks also explain how to scale trust and cr…
 
On August 22, 2020, 18-year-old Tyress Gipson left his Jacksonville, Texas home that he shared with his mother, stepfather, and sisters to hang out with some friends and possibly go to a party. But none of Tyress’s friends saw him that evening, and he never came back home. Tyress’s family reported him missing immediately and began searching for him…
 
With its eco-friendly paper towels, diapers, and cleansers, Seventh Generation was one of the first—and most successful—green household brands to hit the market. But in the early 1990s, just a few years after it began as a scrappy mail-order catalog, its two founders had a bitter falling out. Alan Newman and Jeffrey Hollender have barely spoken sin…
 
If you could call a number and say you’re sorry, and no one would know…what would you apologize for? For fifteen years, you could call a number in Manhattan and do just that. This is the story of the line, and the man at the other end who became consumed by his own creation. He was known as “Mr. Apology.” As thousands of callers flooded the line, c…
 
After starting her career at Teach For America in 1998, Elisa Villanueva Beard has served as the CEO of the non-profit for the last five and a half years. Elisa spoke with Guy about how the organization has supported its teachers who are working in nearly 2,300 schools across the country, and how educators are finding creative solutions to engage w…
 
This week we talk to Kameron Jenkins, SEO & Content Lead at Shopify. We talk about her beginnings in the agency world as an SEO and digital marketer at Scorpion Design, her rise within the company to VP of SEO & Content Strategy, how she began working with Moz (and her first Whiteboard Friday episode), her transition to Botify, and finally how she …
 
Dale Bornstein, CEO at integrated marketing firm M Booth, reveals the factors that made her a compassionate leader and how she finds her own mentors in the pressure-filled industry of integrated marketing. “Integrated marketing is a really cohesive approach to pulling the right levers in the marketing mix in the right ways for the most impact,” say…
 
For years, former Latter Day Lives guest Jason Bringhurst has written the Rocky Mountain Sunshine Blog. He is now the host of a podcast where he shares stories and thoughts of faith and what it means. In this episode, Jason interviewed Shawn Rapier about his life and the role of Latter Day Lives in it. Subscribe to Rocky Mountain Sunshine wherever …
 
Echo Lloyd last spoke with her daughter, Kelsey, on May 9, 2020, the day before Mother’s Day. Kelsey stopped by Echo’s Edwards, Missouri home the next day to drop off flowers and a Mother’s Day card. Echo wasn’t there, and her car wasn’t in the driveway. Kelsey left the items outside for her mom when she returned home. Over the next several days, K…
 
Judi Sheppard Missett wandered into her first dance class when she was 2, and hasn't stopped dancing since. In the late 1960s, she was teaching jazz dance in Chicago and her students—mostly young moms—complained she was acting too much like a Broadway taskmaster, when all they wanted was get in shape and have a good time. Seeing an opportunity, Jud…
 
Cecily and Alden ring in the New Year with some sexy vampire-themed fan fiction before a stirring viewing of Twilight. Support the Jessica Vollman Foundation: https://www.jessicavollmanfoundation.org/ Support The Conscious Kid's Anti-Racist Children's Books Education Fund: https://www.theconsciouskid.org/donate Support the show (https://www.patreon…
 
David Lichtenstein is one of the most successful real estate developers in the country and a world class Torah Scholar. He is the host of “HEADLINES” - the single most popular podcast in the Orthodox Jewish community. A wonderful philanthropist and religious educator, David is CEO of The Lightstone Group which he founded in 1988. Among other things…
 
Mitch Zuklie, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the law firm Orrick, shares how narrowing an organization’s objectives into just a few key areas can make an enormous difference in terms of innovation, marketing, hiring, and creating an operating game plan. Zuklie also discusses the two key criteria — grit and teamwork — that his firm applies …
 
“Innovation isn’t about disrupting everything and turning the world on its head; Innovation can be a tiny adjustment in the way you operate,” says Jennifer Leonard, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Director of the Future of the Profession Initiative at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School. In the inaugural episode of Strategy Spher…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk to Mark Alves, SEO Manager at GMMB. We discuss his beginnings growing up as a beach kid in Massachusetts, going to college for political science, and his first foray into digital marketing and SEO while experimenting on his wife’s church website in the 90’s. From there we talk about his time working as a jack-of-all-…
 
On the morning of November 20, 2017, 27-year-old Justin Hooiman disappeared from Salt Lake City, Utah. Justin left his residence around 6:00 am and headed to work. He called his mom along the way and asked her if they could have lunch together during his break later that day. They made plans, and then his mom assumed that Justin made it to work. Sh…
 
As part of the band Pomplamoose, musician Jack Conte had a sizeable fan base in the late 2000s and was making thousands of dollars a month from iTunes sales. But when streaming services like Spotify took over the music scene, Jack's income dwindled. So he called up his college roommate Sam Yam, who had spent his post-college years launching startup…
 
On April 14, 2016, four-year-old Nicholas “Nico” Johnson was taken from his home. He wasn’t just taken from his home, but he was taken from his family and the country in which he had been born to an entirely different nation with a different language, customs, and culture. Nico’s story is an uncommon one, with complicated twists of family courts, i…
 
In 1992, Steve Ells was a classically trained chef working in a high-end restaurant in San Francisco. But after eating a burrito at a local taqueria, he got an idea: to sell burritos and earn enough money to open his own gourmet restaurant. The first Chipotle opened in Denver the following year. Bringing his culinary training to taqueria-style serv…
 
Under the leadership of Allison Josephs, Jew in the City reverses negative associations about religious Jews by highlighting an approach based on kindness, tolerance, sincerity, and critical thinking and makes engaging and meaningful Orthodox Judaism known and accessible. Jew in the City is reshaping the way the world views Orthodox Jews and Judais…
 
On the evening of October 6, 2019, Rosemary Rodriguez went to dinner with her boyfriend and her mother. On the way home, they dropped Rosemary's mother off and headed to her boyfriend's home. According to her boyfriend, Rosemary left his residence in Longview, Texas, after a brief argument. Two days later, a colleague called Rosemary's family to te…
 
In the late 1970s Janice Bryant Howroyd moved to Los Angeles and began temping as a secretary. She soon realized there were many other young people in situations similar to hers. So with $1,500 in her pocket, Janice rented an office in Beverly Hills and created the staffing company ACT-1. Today, ActOne Group is an international workforce management…
 
In the final episode of 2020, we talk with Mr. Luke Carthy, an ECommerce growth consultant and founder of Afrodrops, an online store featuring products for natural afro and curly hair care. We discuss Luke’s background where he worked at an Electronics retailer, transitioning into selling HDMI cables on eBay and how that helped him develop a love f…
 
Morra Aarons-Mele is the founder of Women Online and hosts The Anxious Achiever podcast. Morra shares how her agency pivoted during the pandemic after losing 30% of its business overnight, and how anxious entrepreneurs like herself can lead effectively in a world full of stress and uncertainty. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built …
 
Let’s be super honest here - 2020 sucked balls. Hard. There have been some lovely moments - the birth of babies, the rediscovery of spending time at home with our loved ones, Biden-Harris 2021 to name a few - but for the most part it’s been hard. Scary, uncertain. Boring. So boring. Heartbreaking. A financial mess. Do you remember when we all thoug…
 
It has been nearly two years since we shared the story of Grundy County Jane Doe, whose remains were discovered in October 1976 by a farmer in rural Seneca, Illinois. When we initially researched her story, we learned that her case was reopened by ambitious Deputy Coroner Brandon Johnson, who works in Grundy County, Illinois. At that time, the coro…
 
By the time he turned 30, Tim Ferriss had figured out how to succeed at things that many people fail at—from growing a business to dancing the tango to marketing a best-selling book. He approached these and numerous other challenges by breaking them down into manageable chunks, carefully documenting his own progress, and taking copious notes. That …
 
When you want to shift something in your life, sometimes the scale of the change can seem daunting. So how do you get from point A to point B (or...point Z) in a way that's actually doable - and sustainable? It can be tempting to take drastic actions to make big changes - but you might sabotage your changes by falling into your old habits. Today we…
 
Reel is a digital savings platform that helps people people make big purchases without racking up credit card debt. CEO and co-founder Daniela Corrente says the company has added new savings plans during the pandemic in response to consumers looking for new ways to buy and save. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resilience serie…
 
Today's episode is conversation with Rabbi Yehuda Sarna, the Chief Rabbi of Dubai and the chaplain at New York University. On the show, Rabbi Wildes and Rabbi Sarna discuss the historic Abraham Accords between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, what it's like being a rabbi in a predominantly Muslim country, and how the pandemic has altered the ca…
 
Honestly, I’m not equipped to talk about body positivity or diet culture because I suck at the former and I’m still deeply embroiled in the latter. I’m okay with this. It’s a work in progress. That’s what Poductivity is all about. Finding problems that are blocking us from progress and learning how to set fire to them. This week’s guest is Jennifer…
 
There were so many interesting moments in Guy's conversation with the co-founders of Riot Games that we decided to put them into this short bonus episode. In it, Brandon Beck and Marc Merrill talk about kids, screens, and the importance of boredom. They answer Guy's questions about why some gamers engage in toxic behavior, and how Riot Games is try…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk with Claire Carlile, owner of Claire Carlile Marketing and a Chartered Marketer at the Chartered Institute of Marketing. We dive deep into Claire’s early career in Education and how her teaching experiences led her down the path of a career change, getting her Masters in Marketing, and how she began her career in Dig…
 
We initially told Paige’s story in February of 2020. Since that time, there have been many developments in her case, including the recovery of her remains and the arrest of the person suspected of seriously harming or killing her. At the time we first aired the podcast, Paige’s family was still looking for answers, distributing flyers, conducting s…
 
At USC in the late 1990s, Marc Merrill and Brandon Beck were bonding over video games and noticing that free, player-made modifications for the game Warcraft III were becoming wildly popular online. The two friends were so impressed by these mods that they decided to create their own multiplayer strategy game with an unusual twist: they'd offer the…
 
Are ultimatums ever a good idea? If so - when? If not, what can you do instead? What should you do if you receive an ultimatum from your partner? And how do you undo the damage that an ultimatum can do to a relationship? In this episode, we're going to cover all the ins and outs of what to do when you come up against a dealbreaker in your relations…
 
The Cooties' own Jacob Jeffries joins the pod to start a family of difficult children before a mind-numbing viewing of Baby Geniuses. Find Jacob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacobjeffries/?hl=en Donate to Dolly Parton's Imagination Library: https://imaginationlibrary.com/ Shop the So Yesterday Threadless Store: https://soyesterday.thread…
 
Emily Powell is the third generation owner and president of Portland, Oregon's iconic independent bookseller, Powell's Books. After having to let go of 90% of her staff in early March, Emily is focused on bringing people back and showcasing Powell's Books' unique in-store experience online. These conversations are excerpts from our How I Built Resi…
 
This week’s guest is also this month’s Book Club author - Naomi Simson. She’s the founder of Red Balloon and one of the shark’s on Australia’s Shark Tank. She’s motivated, she’s tough and she doesn’t take any bullshit. She wrote Live What You Love which is a book that helps people to do exactly that - live what they love. It’s for entrepreneurs and…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk with Amanda Jordan, Director of Local Search at Locomotive, an award-winning technical SEO agency. We talk about odd jobs before we were SEO’s including ice cream and Amanda’s love for gaming, her studies in math, science, philosophy, sociology, and engineering before she got into marketing and SEO. We talk about her…
 
Camille Dardanes Dotson disappeared from Las Vegas, Nevada, sometime in September of 1994. While she once had a promising future, Camille had been on a downward spiral for quite some time. Unfortunately, it took months to report Camille missing, and the police didn’t seem very interested in looking for her. Camille’s mom moved to Las Vegas and bega…
 
When he was 8 years old, Joel Clark loaded bags of his mom's whole grain pancake mix into a red wagon to sell door-to-door. By the mid-90s, he and his older brother had upgraded to selling the mix out of a Mazda sedan and calling it Kodiak Cakes. As he tried to scale the business, Joel made some risky business decisions and almost went bankrupt, bu…
 
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