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Leadership Arts Review

Kate Arms, Alyssa Dickman, & Nitya Shekar

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Leadership Arts Review is a dynamic podcast about the art and science of leadership. Kate Arms, Alyssa Dickman, and Nitya Shekar explore a different leadership book each episode to help you navigate all the theories and strategies out there and find the elements that work for you.
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Women in Agile

Women in Agile Org sponsored by Scrum.org

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The Women in Agile podcast is a platform to champion new voices in the business world, because we believe everyone is better off when more, diverse ideas are shared.
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A podcast hosted by Kate Stewart featuring interviews with extraordinary military women from around the world who push their limits on and off duty. ------- Merchandise: ⁠https://shoot-like-a-girl-podcast.square.site⁠ Instagram: ⁠@shootlikeagirlpodcast⁠ Contact: shootlikeagirlpodcast@gmail.com
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Women Connected In Wisdom Podcast

Christine Gautreaux, Shannon Mitchell

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How do you take care of yourself and your community in the midst of this chaotic world? Join us and industry experts for weekly intentional conversations about how to be wise in business, relationships & wellness. Every week you will get actionable tools & resources to thrive. Your Co-hosts, Best-Selling Authors, Shannon Mitchell, a black millennial entrepreneur, the founder of ShealoGIo; and Christine Gautreaux, a white social justice advocate, and dancing social worker we help you upgrade ...
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A slightly chaotic podcast about all things quilting. Join Amanda as she discusses the ups and downs of quilting, interviews famous and not-so-famous quilters, and navigates life as a modern millennial maker. Trust us, this is not your granny’s quilt show. Follow Amanda on Instagram at @notyourgrannysquiltshow
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In Pop Fiction Women we deep-dive into the complicated women of books, movies and TV shows, along with the women that bring them to life behind the scenes. Think Fleabag and Phoebe Waller Bridge, Normal People and Sally Rooney, and so much more. In each episode you can expect us to: * Break down the protagonist as we ask what makes her complicated? * Identify the best scenes, which can mean sweetest, funniest, or most badass. Anything we love. * Recount the cringiest scenes. The ones that ma ...
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Veterans In Politics is a set of interviews brought to you by CampaignForce and sets out to explore how the military community can help make our politics a better place. We sit down with individuals from across the world of politics, sharing secrets, giving tips and advice and inspiring the next generation.Veterans In Politics is brought to you by CampaignForce a campaign to inspire, enable and empower the armed forces community to stand up and serve again by reinvesting their knowledge, ski ...
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Find your next great audiobook on our podcast, Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine. Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile Editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. All in 6 minutes or less. It’s short, sweet, and just what your ears need. Want more? Listen to our bonus episodes featuring conversations with the best voices in the audiobook industry.
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Ray DeVito (The Jim Gaffigan Show, MTV) & sometimes Bob Biggerstaff (Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing) cohost The Rock Bottom Podcast.. formerly known as The Ghole. They host the podcast out of NYC, every Monday and they have a guest comedian or two. Every episode the guests have to reveal a guilty pleasure they have, or at least an opinion or stance that they have that goes agains the public opinion. It's an unfiltered podcast, it can also be followed on Instagram and twitter at @thegholepod
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No matter who we are or where we are, we all have one thing in common. Every day we make the decision of what to wear. And clothes have the ability to set the tone for how we are received by those around us and how feel about ourselves. In this podcast, Kat Farmer (ITV fashion presenter and author of the book Get Changed) explores the sometimes underestimated relationship with our wardrobes and how it contributes to our identities. Join Kat and friends including Gaby Roslin, Hill House Vinta ...
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On this episode of Complicated Conversations we welcome Flynn Berry, New York Times bestselling author of Northern Spy, a 2021 Reese’s Book Club pick, to discuss her riveting new thriller, Trust Her, which brings back sisters Tessa and Marian Daly three years after they narrowly escaped the IRA’s worst punishment for informing. We chat with Flynn a…
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Vico Ortiz narrates a raucous space adventure rom-com with infectious energy. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss the fun and thrills of this lively story. It’s 2061, and Cleo and her three best friends—all scientists—sneak aboard to explore the neglected rocket PROVIDENCE I. Twenty years earlier, it failed to launch and its 203-per…
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Jenni Grover is a wellness coach for makers, author and quilter. She cares deeply about the intersection of craft and health, coaching clients’ physical, mental, social, creative and spiritual concerns. In this episode, she and Amanda talk about the way we can run into unpleasantness in the online realm, and how we can engage with certain messages …
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The Meridian’s clans are at war, and alliances are shifting dangerously in this dramatic conclusion to Rebecca Roanhorse’s trilogy, brought to life by an ensemble cast. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss how the narrators’ skilled performances slowly reveal the many entangled storylines. Shaun Taylor-Corbett skillfully portrays Ser…
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Golden Voice narrator Kate Reading joins host Jo Reed to discuss her career in audiobook narration. Her experience with audiobooks began with her first job at the Library of Congress’s Talking Books program, which gave her an education in audiobook narration. In their conversation, they discuss her process of narrating audiobooks, particularly the …
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On today’s episode, we’re back to discuss the rest of Hacks season 3 (episodes 3-9), a show that continues to shine with the stellar writing of Lucia Aniello, Paul Downs, and Jen Statsky and the incredible cast lead by Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder (complemented by this season’s standout guest actors like J. Smith Cameron, Christina Hendricks, He…
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Happily, another of John McPhee’s classics has been brought to life with this finely narrated audiobook. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss how Golden Voice narrator Edoardo Ballerini performs the work with care for the author’s eloquent descriptions of Deerfield, Massachusetts, as it evolves over the twentieth century—as does its l…
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Alan Minskoff tells host Jo Reed that what makes Golden Voice Dominic Hoffman such a fine narrator is the clarity of his delivery and his vocal agility. He sounds like he is inside Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s, brilliant mind, and he moves adroitly from the author’s knowing perspective to “signifying” in the style of African American folklore. Through …
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On this episode of Complicated Conversations, we chat with the incomparable Adriana Trigiani. Beloved by millions of readers around the world, Adriana is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, including her latest, The Good Left Undone - an instant New York Times bestseller, Book of the Month pick and Peopl…
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Golden Voice Robin Miles and Moe Egan do fine work narrating Linda Gartz’s revealing memoir of Chicago’s West Garfield Park and the author’s life, family, and experiences with race relations—especially during the 1960s. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss this story of family and policy. Egan voices the author and her timbre, tone, a…
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Becca Shifflett is a crafter at heart. She tried just about everything under the sun before she found quilting. But about 7 years ago, Becca went to her friend's "Sip n' Sew" to meet new people and try something new. The rest is history! Becca fell in love with sewing and learning how to make beautiful quilts. And about 3 years ago, Becca bought he…
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A star-studded cast masterfully performs Ann Napolitano’s debut novel. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss this stellar audiobook that tells the story of generations of an Irish American family. It’s hard to limit praise to just a few of the half-dozen sparkling narrations. But Brittany Pressley as Gracie, the lost-soul writer who wo…
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In today’s bonus episode, AudioFile’s Michele Cobb spoke with author Maia Kobabe and audiobook producer Nick Martorelli from Penguin Random House. It’s a special conversation about GENDER QUEER, Kobabe’s award-winning graphic memoir, and how they adapted it into a full cast audiobook production. GENDER QUEER is Kobabe’s very personal story about ge…
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Join Shannon and Christine for a chat about Spiritual Wellness with guest expert Carol Mae Whittick for episode 159 of Women Connected in Wisdom. Today's conversation is about Creative Higher Energetic Resonance. Join us in community: Women Connected in Wisdom Community Listen to past episodes: https://womenconnectedinwisdompodcast.com/ Glo from he…
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On this episode of Debut Discussions we’re chatting with Fiona McPhillips about her debut novel, When We Were Silent, an unputdownable, thrilling story of exploitation, privilege, and retribution about an outsider who threatens to expose the secrets at an elite private school. Fiona shares with us the moment she knew it was time to follow her long-…
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Mara Wilson offers an admirable performance in Armistead Maupin’s tenth book in the Tales of the City series. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss this lively murder mystery that revives Maupin’s series well known from its PBS and Netflix adaptations. Mona Ramsey hosts American tourists Rhonda and Ernie Blaylock at her grand country ho…
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In this podcast conversation, our host Emily Lint and Nita Ambedkar do not shy away from the controversial topic of failure in the Agile world. They discuss what failure might mean or look like for you and how it may be different from your peers, how you best find your center, and recover to continue to bring your best for the transformation to com…
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In this memoir of the unexpected death of her son, Fi, Alexandra Fuller pulls off quite a feat by simultaneously filling her voice with both life and loss. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss Fuller’s impressive narration, which has warmth and bite at the appropriate moments. Fuller grew up in Zimbabwe, and her rich, warm voice contai…
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On this episode of Debut Discussions we’re chatting with Sarah Crouch about her debut novel, Middletide, a gripping and intensely atmospheric literary thriller about the suspicious death of a beautiful young doctor in a small town and the prime suspect, a reclusive young man who abandoned the community in chase of big city dreams but returned for t…
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Golden Voice Nicholas Boulton delights in Isabel Allende’s short story of passionate lovers. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss listening to this audiobook about a runaway bride who wakes up in Spain’s Guggenheim Museum wearing her wedding dress, in the arms of a stranger. The story is told from the perspective of a detective who is …
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Ian started with a Cricut, now we're here! Ian Garland is a lover of sewing and quilting. He truly started into his crafting journey by purchasing a Cricut to create stage lighting gobos. When that didn't pan out, he started using his Cricut to create paper crafts and greeting cards, and the rest is history. Ian has built the amazing Off Kilter Cra…
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Eileen Stevens’s openhearted performance will warm listeners to the core and inspire a sense of true goodness in the world. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss Monica Wood’s newest audiobook, which tells a story of second chances. Violet Powell is determined to make the most of her time now that she’s out of prison and building a new …
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Dominic Hoffman joins host Jo Reed to tell listeners about his career in acting and in audiobook narration and being named a 2024 Golden Voice narrator. Dominic tells Jo about how his experience on stage informs his audiobook narration, and the unique challenges of serving both the author’s intent and the audience’s listening experience. They discu…
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Join Shannon and Christine for a chat about Emotional & Mental Wellness with guest expert Cori Myka for episode 158 of Women Connected in Wisdom. We’ll be chatting about Confidence. Shealo Glo - www.shealoglo.com Now offering Subscriptions * Delivered on the 1st & 15th! Stillpoint - https://www.amazon.com/Stillpoint-Self-Care-Playbook-Caregivers-Br…
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On today’s Complicated Conversations we welcome back Becky Chalsen to discuss her new novel, Serendipity, a big-hearted, page-turner that delves deep into a complicated friend group as they navigate one messy yet magical midtwenties summer in a Fire Island share house. We had so much fun chatting with Becky about how she turned her lifelong love of…
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Today AudioFile Magazine is celebrating Robert Petkoff as a 2024 Golden Voice narrator. Listen to host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten as they discuss Robert’s history in audiobook narration, his particular talents as a narrator, and Robert’s performances that they love to recommend. Essential listening: BAD CITY by Paul Pringle, read by Robe…
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In this podcast conversation, we discuss navigating imposter syndrome and its relationship to knowing your own value. Having a strong supportive network and tapping into your own bravery is critical as you’re pursuing success in your career. About the Featured Guest Carrie Driscoll, Agile coach and president of Reef Consulting, leverages 20+ years …
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In today’s Complicated Conversations we welcome back Annabel Monaghan to discuss her new novel, Summer Romance, a story about a professional organizer, Ali Morris, who finds herself living with the literal and physical weight of things left not tended to. As a recently separated mother of three, Ali embarks on a summer romance to get unstuck in her…
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We’re celebrating Golden Voice narrators all this week, and today we’re thrilled to honor Kate Reading as a 2024 Golden Voice. Listen to Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discussing Kate’s many talents in the narrator booth, what favorite audiobooks of hers they recommend exploring, and what makes her a Golden Voice. Essential listening: A MEMO…
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On this episode of Debut Discussions we’re chatting with Jaclyn Westlake about her debut novel, Dear Dotty, which follows the chaotic year in the life of Rosie Benson, a 24-year-old whose life unravels after the sudden passing of her free-spirited great aunt, Dotty. In a bid to feel close to Dotty again, Rosie reaches out to all of Dotty’s contacts…
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AudioFile Magazine is proud to announce Dominic Hoffman as a 2024 Golden Voice narrator. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Dominic’s many talents, including his skill with bringing characters and stories to life for audiobook listeners. Listen to hear more about what makes Dominic a Golden Voice, his many accolades, and more. Essen…
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