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It's the Afterparty! All the deleted footage from the episode. Self Approved is meant to be defined a human being and or person of identification who chooses themselves over the crowd or fitting in. Those who are meant to stand out and have stood out. Creatives whom have decided to follow their dreams and won’t quit until they get to where their Destiny and Purpose has met them. The Self Approved Talk Show is a platform for creative of all kind. Some have called it the “Epitome for cultivati ...
 
On this podcast, your host, Derick Van Ness, encourages entrepreneurs and small business owners to share their journeys and expertise to discuss the power of balancing their work, life, and money. We cover topics like business challenges, leadership, marketing, and of course, creating financial stability and flexibility. We’ll also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people.
 
From blowouts about overnight bags to decades-long squabbles over whether or not Michael Jordan is a garbage person, people have some pretty crazy fights, and I'm Still Right is about exploring them in depth. Each week, writer/comedian Luke Kelly-Clyne hosts two friends, lovers, or family members with an ax to grind.
 
Get inspired by amazing leaders on the forefront of nature conservation! Each episode I interview ecologists, educators, researchers, conservationists, birders, ecotourism leaders and generally interesting people who have made a difference in conserving the natural world! By listening to the podcast you'll be introduced to unique guests who often take the road less traveled to make an impact. We'll discuss not only what they did, but HOW and WHY they did it, and try to abstract out important ...
 
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Justin joins us to talk about Ross Barkan’s incredible book The Prince: Andrew Cuomo, Coronavirus, and the Fall of New York, as we discuss some of the wilder implications of Cuomo’s sickening “daddy” image among liberals, who fell in love with a television image curated for their pleasure. In this conversation Justin finally defines his oft-uttered…
 
My guest today is Dr. Jaret Daniels. Dr. Daniels is a professor specializing in lepidoptera research and insect conservation at the University of Florida, and is curator of Lepidoptera at the Florida Museum of Natural History. In addition to that, Dr. Daniels is the author of over a dozen books that help connect the general public to butterflies, i…
 
Ross Barkan is a journalist who has been covering New York state politics, in particular the governorship of Andrew Cuomo, for the last eight years. He joins us to discuss his book The Prince: Andrew Cuomo, Coronavirus, and the Fall of New York, which provides stunning details of the (now ex-) governor’s handling of COVID, and how his deft manipula…
 
My guest today is Adam Kranz. Adam has a BA in Environmental Studies from Lawrence University in Wisconsin, and a Masters of Science in Natural Resources and Environmental Science from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. His thesis was on insect pest ecology in diverse agroforestry plantings, but of late has taken a special interest in plant g…
 
For the conclusion of our 9/11 trilogy, Justin Rogers-Cooper and I watch Alfonso Cuarón's 2006 cinematic masterpiece Children of Men, a work that has moved and obsessed both of us for years. We reflect on how the film uncannily captures the alternative future 9/11 launched us into — a world in which the apocalyptic background is getting closer and …
 
Your host, Derick Van Ness talks with Axel Meierhoefer of Ideal Wealth Grower. Ideal Wealth Grower will help you make better real estate decisions and provide you with the expertise to become a passive income millionaire. To learn more, visit https://idealwealthgrower.com/By Derrick Van Ness
 
For Part Two of our 9/11 trilogy, Justin Rogers-Cooper helps us untangle the world of 9/11 truthers and related conspiracy theories, as we explore how the attacks and their aftermath destabilized consensus reality and led us into a new landscape of weaponized digital information. This conversation covers a lot of territory, from Alex Jones to Burn …
 
My guests in this episode are Dr. Carrie Olson-Manning and Sydney Kreutzmann. Dr. Olson-Manning is an Assistant Professor at Augustana University, has a Ph.D. in Evolutionary Genetics from Duke University, and leads the Olson-Manning Lab which focuses on understanding how biochemical pathways evolve. Sydney Kreutzmann is a Research Technician in Dr…
 
To mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Justin Rogers-Cooper joins us for a trilogy of episodes considering the event’s legacy and long-term impact. In Part One, we consider the immediate shock of the day and how it seemed to instantly give birth to a new historical era, examining how Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 and Jon Stewart’s sapp…
 
Bertrand Cooper joins us to discuss his latest incendiary piece in Current Affairs, “Who Actually Gets to Create Black Pop Culture?,” which argues that the elite class composition of many Black creators reveals deep contradictions in the politics of woke Hollywood. Listen to the whole episode: patreon.com/posts/episode-288-we-w-55434030…
 
In this episode, your host, Derick Van Ness speaks with Croom Financial's Armond Croom about being dedicated and resilient, wealth management strategies, how to get your clients emotionally invested in your services to them, the importance of goal-setting, and more. Check out Croom Financial at https://www.croomfinancial.com/…
 
Jenni Olson is a historian, archivist, and experimental filmmaker whose two feature-length films The Joy of Life (2005) and The Royal Road (2015) combine dreamlike urban landscapes, the dark history of California, and deeply personal reflections on queer love and desire. In this conversation, we talk about the origins of her aesthetic and the parti…
 
My guest today is Brandon Kong. Brandon is a conservation field technician at Stanford University, is studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UC Santa Cruz, and has a particular passion for “herping” , which is looking for and studying the nature of reptiles and amphibians. Brandon’s studies and field work give him plenty of hands-on herping e…
 
Yoru host, Derick Van Ness, talks with Tamara Ross of My Life My Design, where Tamara helps people actualize and manifest what they truly desire through alignment routines. Whether it's seven figures, or making a family, Tamara want you to live your life by your design. To learn more, visit https://www.mylifemydesign.com/…
 
On Episode 6 of NAM-TV, we cover events in 1964 and 1965, as American involvement in Vietnam finally made the move from distant meddling into a full-blown military invasion. We trace a direct line from Lyndon Johnson’s disturbing sociopathic fantasies and stunning political cynicism to the sickening acceleration of violence unleashed in late 1964, …
 
Who are “the people”? Erik Baker joins us to discuss his latest piece in n+1, a review of Thomas Frank’s 2020 book The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism. Baker takes on Frank’s New Deal nostalgia and romantic vision of a monolithic, left-leaning American working class, a set of distorted perspectives that still hold weight for a signific…
 
My guest in this episode is Dr. Doug Tallamy, and let me say up-front that the episode title doesn't really do justice to our wide ranging discussion! Doug Tallamy is the T. A. Baker Professor of Agriculture in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, where he has authored over 100 research publications and h…
 
Full episode: patreon.com/nostalgiatrap. Kyle Riismandel returns to the Trap to discuss the abysmal HBO documentary Woodstock ‘99: Peace, Love, and Rage, a film that, despite its shortcomings, gives us plenty to chew on about a weird era in American cultural politics. From Alanis Morrissette to Kid Rock, from Girls Gone Wild to Monica Lewinsky, we …
 
In this episode, your host, Derick Van Ness speaks with Nth Degree CPAs' Dan Nicholson about tax strategizing and accounting, your business existing to serve you, being busy vs. being productive, optimizing your path to your financial goal, financial anxiety and where it can lead, using the right tools, building systems knowing things won't be perf…
 
My guest today is Danielle Husband. Danielle is a graduate student studying dragonflies and damselflies at the McIntyre Lab at Texas Tech University. In particular, she is studying the west Texas playas, salinas, and urban catchments, and their suitability for odonates. Today’s episode is full of great topics. We discuss the importance of wetlands …
 
What do Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the rest of the gang have to tell us about the staggering loneliness at the heart of the American experience? Blake Scott Ball is a professor of history at Huntingdon College and the author of Charlie Brown’s America: The Popular Politics of Peanuts. In this conversation, we trace the history of Charles Schu…
 
Kyle Riismandel, author of Neighborhood of Fear: The Suburban Crisis in American Culture, 1975-2001, returns to talk about the idea of generations, both as useful historical dividers and as complicated, constructed cultural identities. Are you Gen X? Boomer? Millennial? Zoomer? Does any of this shit matter? In this conversation, we reflect on what …
 
"Just because it's a view you've seen your whole life doesn't mean it's a normal, healthy forest." See full show notes here, with links to all topics discussed. My guest today is Dr. Justin Angle, creator of the podcast series “Fireline”, which dives into the realities of wildfire in the western USA. Justin is Associate Professor of Marketing at Th…
 
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