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Best Katie And Chelsea podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Katie And Chelsea podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Proof to Product takes you behind the scenes of growing a product-based business. Join us each week as our alumni, speakers and friends share their successes, struggles and how they’ve made difficult but important transitions in their business to continue growing. You’ll gather inspiration, learn about new resources, and hear new ways of scaling your creative business. Proof to Product is hosted by founder, Katie Hunt. Since 2011, Proof to Product has helped thousands of product based busine ...
 
Looking for ways grow your natural food or beverage business? Find actionable tips and insights from industry experts regarding why building a strong brand strategy matters not only to connect with your ideal audience but also when building relationships with external stakeholders like buyers, suppliers and investors. Continue the conversation by joining the Real Food Brands Marketing Round Table group on Facebook! Brought to you by Real Food Brands (www.RealFoodBrands.com) and hosted by Kat ...
 
The setting is today. The male of the species has been cowered to near extinction by a combination of privileged white girl Soul Cycle feminism and excessive pass interference calls in football. From their drunken repose at a Hollywood area bar and pizza joint, Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston broadcast the last bastion of masculine thought to a dispersed audience of survivors. Like a giant dick beacon, if that’s your thing.
 
The only thing stand up comedian Jessica Michelle Singleton is confident she knows is that she doesn't know a damn thing. Ignorance is #Blessed is an interview style podcast where she has guests from all walks of life on to ask them stupid questions about different aspects of their lifestyle and identity. Come for the ignorance, stay for the clarification.
 
Planet Country is the home of New Country in Australia. The show airs every Thursday night at 6pm Sydney time on Alive 90.5 and streaming worldwide through TuneIn. Presented by Big Stu & MJ, the show plays and talks about the biggest hits and newest releases in New Country from Australia and the world. Big Stu & MJ also keep it real with hilarious jokes, comedy skits and fun segments in between.New Country is the collective term for the modern sound and direction that is country-rock, countr ...
 
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This week Katie and Chelsea talk about the Academy Award winning movie, this year’s Best Picture win, Parasite!! Director Bong Joon-ho brings us a dark comedy thriller that is like no other. We discuss what was so unique about this movie, why it won, as well as what we loved about it so much. Please rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on App…
 
Hey Idiots! This week's guest is Adrienne Airhart. We talk about love and life after divorce and she educates me on some of the basics of marijuana for any of you who are unfamiliar with the art of getting high. Enjoy! Follow Adrienne on Twitter Follow Adrienne on Instagram Join the Ignorance is #Blessed Patreon for hot bonus content and fun gifts …
 
The Body Coach himself turns up at Fearne's door (they're neighbours, don't you know) to discuss being a father of two, meeting your work goals... and being named GQ's worst dressed of the year. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book from founders Myles & Giles, go to mindfulchef…
 
Steve dreamt of farming his entire life. He became an obsessed gardener and cook while studying philosophy in college. In 1994, while back in grad school for horticulture after three years as a bike messenger/wannabe farmer, he found a job in vineyards and orchards working for a small sustainable agriculture consulting firm. In 1999 he co-authored …
 
Part 1: Last week I took a whirlwind trip to New York to visit with more than 40 of our Paper Camp alumni who were exhibiting at NY Now and the National Stationery Show. It was so exciting to see everyone’s hard work live and in person — their new products were innovative, their booths were beautiful and their confidence was shining through. It was…
 
While your marketing and sales plans are important steps to building your brand, you need to back them up with solid forecasting and demand planning if you want to grow your food business in a profitable way. Everything from efficient ordering and production planning to making sure you can properly serve your customers hinges on the work you do in …
 
Part 1: Last week I took a whirlwind trip to New York to visit with more than 40 of our Paper Camp alumni who were exhibiting at NY Now and the National Stationery Show. It was so exciting to see everyone’s hard work live and in person — their new products were innovative, their booths were beautiful and their confidence was shining through. It was…
 
William Whelan is the Vice President of Wine for Winestyr, an online and physical retail space operating on a direct-to-consumer and wine club model. Winestyr gives you unprecedented access to a curated collection of wines from the over 7,000 wineries in the United States. Most of these producers are actually too small to warrant the attention of r…
 
HEY IDIOTS! I sat down with my friend Samantha Hale to talk about life among drag queens. On any given night, she can be found in West Hollywood hanging with all your favorite drag queens. She's a badass straight lady in a sea of the most glamorous gays and she spills the tea on what it's like to be in that mix. Enjoy this episode and then sashay a…
 
In this episode of the Rooted Youth Ministry Podcast, Davis Lacey sits down with Dorena Williamson to discuss the origins of Black History Month, the importance of celebrating Black History Month with students of all ethnic backgrounds, and the opportunities that teenagers have to lead the body of Christ to greater manifestations of Kingdom-driven …
 
For Cecily Moore, her business, The Paper Curator, started as a blog and over time, transitioned into a product based business. She first began her journey while working at a job and trying to find the next step in her career. She thought, “why not start a blog?” From there she began to document the creative endeavors she pursued in her everyday li…
 
HEY IDIOTS! This episode is a dark one. Amber Dawn Lee is incredible and has such a lighthearted energy despite all the crazy shit she tells me about her past. She is a real life Kimmie Schmidt X 100. Her story is crazy but her perseverance is inspiring. TW: Abuse (in all forms) and possibly making lighthearted jokes about said abuse This was fasci…
 
Chef Tom Kerridge works hard and, for a long time, played hard too. In this open and honest conversation with Fearne, one of Britain's finest chefs talks about his process, his addiction to work and the sacrifices he's made along the way. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book fr…
 
Mike and Cory Waller are brothers raised running around the hills of Hollister, California. After years of work, travel, and discovery, they find themselves crafting wines a mile away from each other in the Cienega Valley with Mike the winemaker of Calera Wines and Cory the winemaker for Eden Rift Vineyards. Cory grew up exploring the forests, cany…
 
The Rise and Fall of WeWork is a stunning story of hope and hubris. WeWork was the poster child for a new economy. Its founders wanted to revolutionize everything about the way people lived their lives. Its charismatic founder Adam Neumann had an intoxicating vision for the company - but did it ever match the reality? Subscribe today: wondery.fm/we…
 
Stopping power is everything when you’re trying to compete in a crowded category -- in the grocery store or online. How do you create a brand that jumps off the shelves and stands out from the rest? Today on the Real Food Brands Podcast, host and Brand Strategist Katie Mleziva sits down with Candice Crane, Founder and CEO of Petal Sparkling Botanic…
 
Hey friends, when you’re building your wholesale business there’s no doubt that you’ll be headed to trade shows to get your product out there and in front of the right buyers. The reality is, trade shows are expensive and you don’t want to waste a single minute while exhibiting. In this episode, I reverse engineer what it really costs to exhibit at…
 
Matt and I are on a roll. Like Mahomes to Hill, and trust me, the pitcher and receiver analogy is perfect. I'm Mahomes. Fuck it, the Niners should've won. I'm going to make Hill pay tonight. Become a Patron of Last Men on Earth and you can live forever. We do need your $1.50 for beer money. And you need to stop feeling guilty about listening for fr…
 
This week Katie and Chelsea talk about the Korean drama, Her Private Life! Please rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you download your podcasts. Podcast Intro Music: Dog and Pony Show by Silent Partner - https://youtu.be/Dw20ZkMwI10 Podcast Outro Music: Dog Park by Silent Partner - https://youtu.be/Z…
 
HEY IDIOTS! This was a good one! This week, we BURN. I sat down with my friend Ryan Mirvis (AKA Mirv). He's a Team Leader and a Party Starter. He filled me in about the whole Burning Man culture and, honestly, I kind of want to go. He's so enthusiastic about the Burner life that it really painted a picture for those of us who have never been. We la…
 
Bertus and Alli are the owners and winemakers of Belong Wine Co. based in Napa Valley making Rhône and fringe varietals from the El Dorado Foothills. With 1 ton of fruit and a whole lot of gumption, started Belong Wine Co. in 2017 to celebrate everything they hold dear: love, adventure, and a sense of exploration. They grew up on opposite ends of t…
 
Melody and Trey Lovvorn are fond of saying, “Our divorce did not work out,” but of course when Trey’s pornography addiction came to light and they split up, they had no idea that God would heal their hearts, their marriage, and their family in the way that He did. In this episode of Ask Alice, licensed professional counselor Alice Churnock intervie…
 
Does the thought of bookkeeping make you feel uneasy? I know that for so many creatives, knowing your numbers and doing your bookkeeping can feel a bit overwhelming. That’s why I brought on today’s guest because let’s face it... The reality is that even though numbers aren’t always our favorite, they are essential for knowing your business’ financi…
 
Hey Idiots! I sat down with a newer-to-stand-up comedian, Chelsea London Lloyd to talk to her about losing her dad at 19 to ALS. We talked about how it effected her childhood and has effected her relationship with death and the humor around it. We had some grim laughs and some cathartic awkwardness addressing all of this. It was honestly as light a…
 
She writes primarily about California wine, though her beat also includes beer, spirits, drinking culture, cults and, occasionally, doughnuts. In her regular Drink Up column, she reviews Bay Area bars. She leads the editorial team for The Press, the Chronicle’s digital guide to visiting wine country. Her weekly email newsletter, Drinking with Esthe…
 
Now that Matt and I are shitting out content on a regular schedule, it's time to consider your patronage of this blessed audio work. Where would the world be without the De Medici family supporting Michelangelo? Or George Soros supporting transnational sex workers? The bare, naked, honest, and horrible truth needs benevolent patrons as well. Suppor…
 
For parents who work in vocational ministry, there is often a lingering fear that our children will get “burnt out” from Jesus or from the church as a result of our commitments. In this episode of the Rooted podcast, Katie Polski sits down with Davis Lacey to address these concerns through the lens of the gospel. Join us for a conversation about mi…
 
Brand strategy is an essential part of building a business that will grow, but we see a lot of food businesses make the same mistakes when it comes time to actually put it into action. On this episode of the Real Food Brands Podcast, host and Brand Strategist Katie Mleziva goes over the four most common brand strategy mistakes, and what to do if yo…
 
Today we’re so happy to have Robin Long on for Episode 141 of Proof to Product. Robin is the founder of The Balanced Life, a website that provides quick and effective Pilates workouts for busy women. Robin made the transition from the traditional teaching model of working in studios, gyms and training private clients to serve her clients online. On…
 
On this week’s episode, Katie and Chelsea discuss the 2nd season of the Netflix series YOU. Joe is back, this time in LA, so of course we had to discuss all the murdering shenanigans Joe gets up to in LA while trying to hide out from his ex. This episode definitely contains spoilers. Trigger warning: This episode contains discussions of murder, kid…
 
I sat down with Ryan Conner to ask him all about growing up in a multi-ethnic household with 11 brothers! He had some really cool insight and even more awesome stories. #SaveDong Follow Ryan on Twitter Follow Ryan on Instagram Join the Ignorance is #Blessed Patreon for hot bonus content and fun gifts from me on the road! Join the FACEBOOK GROUP and…
 
After an extended break where Matt and I each had plastic surgery to look like the other, like Face/Off, only with less straight actors, we are back and fully recharged for 2020. Our commitment to being called vile and offensive, though never wrong, remains intact. Also, my left testicle finally dropped, so that's like a Quinceañera in your pants. …
 
Josh Phelps is the founder and winemaker of Grounded Wine Co. making delicious, all-American, and approachable wines across the west coast while based in St. Helena, California. Josh’s roots run deep in Napa, raised in a winemaking family, he was exposed to the industry from a young age, starting his very first endeavor in the wine world, “Napa Val…
 
In an age when churches are questioning the role of youth ministry – what it should look like, or whether or not it’s even necessary – now more than ever we need a guiding voice to speak into our uncertainties. Is there a Biblical precedent for youth ministry and, if so, what does it look like to develop one that’s Gospel and cross-centered? In thi…
 
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