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Best Kim Nguyen podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Kim Nguyen podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Colorado Matters
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Hosted by Ryan Warner, CPR News' daily interview show focuses on the state's people, issues and ideas.
 
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Staying in Tonight
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“Staying in Tonight” chronicles the lives of Jon, Cailee, and Kim, as they navigate (poorly) through their early 20s. Through discussing their current music favourites and haphazardly trying to understand each other’s thought processes, these three friends are mastering the art of conversation. After all, what better way is there to spend quality time with friends than to create consumable content out of it?
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
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Centennial Sounds
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"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
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Purplish
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Purplish is about Colorado's democracy and the state's political identity. Hosted by Sam Brasch, each episode tells a story about how our state government works and where it might be headed next.
 
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Who's Gonna Govern
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Hear in-depth interviews with the men and women who want to be Colorado's next governor. The candidates discuss the biggest issues facing the state and what they plan to do when they get into office.
 
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Inside Track
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Inside Track helps you learn about up-and-coming musicians through insight and storytelling surrounding their songs. Listen to the most recent episode below, and subscribe to be notified when new episodes are posted.
 
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The Taxman
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You've heard about TABOR -- the Taxpayers Bill of Rights. Well this is the strange and sometimes unbelievable story of how a man named Douglas Bruce convinced voters to pass it and what it has meant for the state.
 
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The Beethoven 9
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The Beethoven 9 offers an in-depth exploration of Ludwig van Beethoven's nine symphonies, featuring host Monika Vischer and Beethoven biographer Jan Swafford.
 
Indie 102.3 hosts and musical guests battle it out in a podcast that pits playlist against playlist. Each participant drafts 5 songs within a certain musical theme. Then, listeners vote on whose playlist is the best, and the curator of the playlist with the most votes will select the theme for the next episode.
 
Inspiring tidbits from Calgary, Alberta movers, shakers, and idea-makers. Ideas and Stuff is a local podcast highlighting local dynamos in entrepreneurship, fitness, tech, education, health care, politics, and so much more. Ideas and Stuff is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
 
The official podcast of the Women's Tennis Association, hosted by Courtney Nguyen, Senior Writer, WTA Insider. Bringing fans closer to the WTA with weekly analysis and interviews with players, broadcasters, and the men and women behind the scenes who drive women's tennis.
 
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Take The Lead
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Dr. Diane Hamilton’s leadership radio show includes interviews with some of the most successful entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, authors, speakers, and other individuals who will inspire you to take the lead in your career and personal life.
 
whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is the only bi-weekly podcast devoted to the traditional martial arts in all forms. We dig into what makes martial artists tick, their history and experience… and tell some great stories in the process. It’s all about bringing martial artists together and learning from one another. Our guests include the famous and the unknown, from taekwondo, karate, hapkido, capoeira, kungfu, FMA, HEMA and everything else you can imagine.
 
whistlekick Martial Arts Radio is the only bi-weekly podcast devoted to the traditional martial arts in all forms. We dig into what makes martial artists tick, their history and experience… and tell some great stories in the process. It’s all about bringing martial artists together and learning from one another. Our guests include the famous and the unknown, from taekwondo, karate, hapkido, capoeira, kungfu, FMA, HEMA and everything else you can imagine.
 
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Payments on Fire
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Podcasts from Glenbrook Partners on the latest developments in payments and fintech. Featuring interviews with opinion leaders, Glenbrook's own take on emerging technologies and industry trends, other news and views on this dynamic industry.
 
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Mental illness is usually diagnosed by people, but artificial intelligence might help doctors with assessments. Then, as part of "Teens Under Stress," how one school is helping teens overcome academic anxiety. And, listeners share ideas and ask questions about the teen series. Also, a rock and roll photographer tries to capture the quiet moment ...…
 
A lot of people are having struggles with applying for apprenticeship because companies nowadays tend to hire people with experience in their field. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks with Moe Abbas, the CEO of Acadium about this dilemma and how Moe’s company is addressing it with their digital apprenticeship programs and certifications. ...…
 
Former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall was on a Senate committee that investigated CIA interrogations after 9/11. The probe’s featured in a new film. Then, pop culture, teens and social media. Next, how to keep minor league baseball in Colorado? Plus, “giving machines” fund efforts to bring clean water to the world. And, listeners vote on Colorado’s iconi ...…
 
Congressman Ed Perlmutter was an early skeptic about impeachment -- and selecting Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. Today, he says he was wrong on both counts. Then, each winter, Denver's streets breathe steam. Clouds rise from grates and manholes. They've long been part of the city's landscape -- but that's trouble in an age of climate change.…
 
Sifu Ninja Nguyen is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Boston, Massachusetts. He is the founder of Xtreme Ninja. I feel like for me it's like, I have a martial arts gym but at the same time I still have to evolve. I still have to learn. I still have to perfect my kick. Sifu Ninja Nguyen - Episode 456 Learning martial arts when you ...…
 
Sifu Ninja Nguyen is a martial arts practitioner and instructor from Boston, Massachusetts. He is the founder of Xtreme Ninja. I feel like for me it's like, I have a martial arts gym but at the same time I still have to evolve. I still have to learn. I still have to perfect my kick. Sifu Ninja Nguyen - Episode 456 Learning martial arts when you ...…
 
Building relationships and making connections in the workplace is always key in upscaling any business. Today, Dr. Diane Hamilton interviews Karen Wickre, a veteran connector and the author of Taking the Work Out of Networking: An Introvert’s Guide to Making Connections That Count, about the highlights of her book and how, as a woman in a male- ...…
 
Deployment of “clean sheet of paper” payment systems is a once in a generation event. In over 50 countries, new account-to-account push payment systems are either in full scale operation, implementation, or fully committed planning stages. The U.S., for example, has the RTP Network in operation and, in a few years, the FedNow system will be onl ...…
 
Generation gap can be a hindrance in the workplace, but not for Chip Conley. Chip is the Founder of Modern Elder Academy and a New York Times bestselling author of many books, including Wisdom at Work: The Making of a Modern Elder, a book that takes a look at the importance of experience and repurposing your wisdom. He is the hospitality maveri ...…
 
Should climate change scientists turn to activism to get their messages heard? Also, a student shares her audio diaries to show the academic anxiety teenagers are feeling today. Plus, ski industry icon Klaus Obermeyer celebrates his 100th birthday. And the music of Denver synth-pop duo Motion Trap.
 
In this episode, Jeremy shares a very personal experience where he talks about why it's OK to not be OK. It's OK to Not be OK - Episode 455 Being not OK can either have positive or negative effects for us. We can take in a lot of lessons or it can also destroy us. In this very intimate episode, Jeremy shares his personal struggles and battles a ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy shares a very personal experience where he talks about why it's OK to not be OK. It's OK to Not be OK - Episode 455 Being not OK can either have positive or negative effects for us. We can take in a lot of lessons or it can also destroy us. In this very intimate episode, Jeremy shares his personal struggles and battles a ...…
 
If there is one thing constant in this world, that would definitely not be the future. It varies according to the different types of influences and technologies we encounter. Frank Diana, a recognized futurist, thought leader, and frequent keynote speaker, explains his thoughts on these influences that affect the future and how they come togeth ...…
 
When a 15-year old boy died by suicide last year, his parents decided to include the cause of death in his obituary. Now, his friends have put together a guide for parents with their perspectives. Then, the old way of marketing doesn't always work; now businesses are offering experiences to make the sale. Plus CNN honors a local hero.…
 
When police shot and killed a man with paranoid schizophrenia in Rangely last year, it raised serious questions about what happened. A look at a story shrouded in rumors and secrecy. Then, a filmmaker explores the way screens and depression are linked in her own family. And, a crowd-sourcing art project that stretched from sea to shining sea.…
 
On this Thanksgiving, stories of thanks, of empowerment, and of home. We meet a couple helping refugees create new lives in Colorado. Then, a mother works to empower children through literature. Also, a father and daughter create a special bond on the side of a mountain.
 
Sifu Steven Macramalla is a martial art practitioner and instructor of Chien Lung, Six Animals Kung Fu. As a culture, what are we practicing for? That's the bigger question that we collectively have to ask ourselves. We do our practice for ourselves, yes, the outside society we're asked, how can I get this out there more? Sifu Steven Macramalla ...…
 
Sifu Steven Macramalla is a martial art practitioner and instructor of Chien Lung, Six Animals Kung Fu. As a culture, what are we practicing for? That's the bigger question that we collectively have to ask ourselves. We do our practice for ourselves, yes, the outside society we're asked, how can I get this out there more? Sifu Steven Macramalla ...…
 
They say that happiness is not about what you achieved in life but what you’ve overcome. Career Happiness Coach and Founder of Happiness Infinity LLC, Amy Nguyen, teaches us about taking charge of happiness within ourselves that is backed with brain-based training. Sharing how she did it herself, Amy goes deeper in her upbringing that made her ...…
 
Meet James Trask and Tom Gayef, managing partners at LessThan3 and creators of the revolutionary app SkipTheDepot. Together, James and Tom have built an amazing application that is taking the friction out of going to the bottle depot. Instead of taking the time out of your day to return your bottles, cans, plastics and even old electronics and ...…
 
For companies to become drivers of change, they need to have the right leaders in the right roles within the right structures. Tackling the importance of finding the very people at the top in the boardroom is Paul Smith, Founder and CEO of Future Directors Institute. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to him about addressing the big macr ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about what seems to be the perennial issue of Martial Arts Infighting. Martial Arts Infighting - Episode 453 People participate in martial arts and we as people tend to make mistakes when we think about ourselves. One of the most pressing issues is the martial arts infighting among individuals, instructors, and may ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about what seems to be the perennial issue of Martial Arts Infighting. Martial Arts Infighting - Episode 453 People participate in martial arts and we as people tend to make mistakes when we think about ourselves. One of the most pressing issues is the martial arts infighting among individuals, instructors, and may ...…
 
If you thought bitcoin was dead as a payments system, take a listen to George and Jimmy Nguyen, founding president of the Bitcoin Association, as they discuss Bitcoin SV, a new version of bitcoin that is a significant upgrade to the performance and capabilities of the original bitcoin protocol put into the world a decade ago. From a payments pe ...…
 
State lawmakers approved Colorado's Red Flag gun law in the last legislative session. We’ll get insight into new gun measures that could be up for debate in January. Then, how to interpret the language of texting, from punctuation marks to slang words. Also, transracial adoptions and how the federal government whitewashed Native Americans.…
 
It is the communication that makes a story come to life between the storyteller and the story listeners. In this episode, Dr Jim Smith, a keynote speaker and a lightning rod in both professional and personal development spaces, talks about the art of storytelling to catch the ears of his listeners. Dr. Jim teaches us how to be the speaker that ...…
 
Colorado’s delegation typically unites around state issues but now there are divisions over land use. Then, as RTD struggles, its chief departs. Plus, a Coloradan chronicles Tibet’s deadly struggle with China. Also, universities work toward student diversity.
 
Should the younger suspect in the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting be charged as an adult? Inside the court hearing where a judge may decide this week. Then, faced with being in the minority in the Colorado Legislature, Republicans found a way to slow the Democratic majority down -- literally. What’s on tap for 2020?…
 
Miss Lauren Mary Kim is a martial arts practitioner who does stunt work for some of the great Hollywood action films such as Fast and Furious 7. Everything was a rollercoaster. Once I've found martial arts, that kind of transformed things. I was able to learn about meditation and being still. Things now in my life are more constant. Things don' ...…
 
Miss Lauren Mary Kim is a martial arts practitioner who does stunt work for some of the great Hollywood action films such as Fast and Furious 7. Everything was a rollercoaster. Once I've found martial arts, that kind of transformed things. I was able to learn about meditation and being still. Things now in my life are more constant. Things don' ...…
 
Advertising is the art of communicating with the users of a particular product. While you can easily reach out to your audience in this day and age, how can you actually establish a connection that will make them want your product? For famous American Advertising Executive, Allen Kay, that is through advertising humor. He tells us the keys to a ...…
 
A virus continues to keep schools closed in Mesa County. Then, Republican Representative Scott Tipton reflects on the successes and frustrations of 2019 and looks ahead to 2020. Also, Colorado's changing beer business; how a drag show is bringing a family together; and what the future of music might sound like.…
 
Communication is key when it comes to connecting people. David Delaney, known as The Communication Connoisseur, helps companies reach their people through comprehensive marketing communication workshops and coaching. Not only is he a keynote speaker but also a Winner of the American Marketing Association award and has authored the book called N ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the Problems with Martial Arts Judging Problems with Martial Arts Judging - Episode 451 Most of the time, people can't take other's opinions so it becomes a challenge because judging in the martial arts is a subjective judgment. In this episode, Jeremy discusses both his experiences when he is judging and the ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the Problems with Martial Arts Judging Problems with Martial Arts Judging - Episode 451 Most of the time, people can't take other's opinions so it becomes a challenge because judging in the martial arts is a subjective judgment. In this episode, Jeremy discusses both his experiences when he is judging and the ...…
 
Leadership is not just about leading people but also building a relationship with them. That is the best way to lead according to Robin Dreeke, a retired FBI agent, speaker, and author. Robin shares his experience as a leader by starting with the day he was forced into leadership. He talks about some concepts from his book, The Code of Trust, a ...…
 
Join Jeff Brown, president of VPay, a firm specializing in insurance claims payments, and George Peabody of Glenbrook Partners in this deep dive discussion of how the work of claims processing is done and how he approaches B2B payments, compliance, and the value-added services needed by the company’s customers. The B2B Domain We’re all familiar ...…
 
A doctor and medical assistant who formerly worked at Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs share concerns that the organization wasn't amply prepared ahead of a deadly shooting four years ago. They also say employees weren't amply supported afterwards. Planned Parenthood responds. Also, chile-spiked Thanksgiving recipes from Zolo Grill in Bou ...…
 
Ms. Juju Chan is a martial arts practitioner and actress best known for her role at the Netflix' Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny When I saw a clip of Bruce Lee doing nunchucks, I was so fascinated by his nunchuck skills. So, I made my own pair of nunchucks with rulers and shoelaces and just keep copying the moves. It was becaus ...…
 
Ms. Juju Chan is a martial arts practitioner and actress best known for her role at the Netflix' Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny When I saw a clip of Bruce Lee doing nunchucks, I was so fascinated by his nunchuck skills. So, I made my own pair of nunchucks with rulers and shoelaces and just keep copying the moves. It was becaus ...…
 
Mindfulness is being aware of the present moment without judgment. Tina Greenbaum, LCSW, a High-Performance Specialist, Holistic Psychotherapist, Author, and International Speaker, explains mindfulness and the work that goes into transformational work to let go of your past and decide what you want to do in your life. On the same note, Heiko Sc ...…
 
A Denver woman reflects on life after moving as part of a government relocation program from a reservation to Denver and how she maintains her heritage. Plus, a special voice greets visitors at DIA. Then, Spiritual Voices honors "Oh Freedom," a Boulder climber takes "The High Road," and the effort to preserve the music of silent films.…
 
As the world continues to change, so does the dynamics of how businesses are managed. Helping you keep up, CEO of BoardBench Companies, Nancy May, guides us through the ins and outs of challenging board environments. Noted in Forbes as one of America’s governance experts, Nancy shares with us her experience getting into BoardBench and becoming ...…
 
Digital disruption and financial inclusion are focus areas throughout the developing world and the topics are white hot in Colombia. Listen in as Hernando Rubio, CEO of Moviired, speaks with Elizabeth McQuerry and George Peabody about Movii and payment / financial inclusion ecosystem in Colombia. Financial Inclusion in Colombia Although one of ...…
 
Gov. Polis talks impeachment, marijuana convictions, and funding education and transportation. Then, award-winning opera singer Renee Fleming on playing Georgia O’Keefe in “The Brightness of Light” with the Colorado Symphony. And, getting Claude Monet to Denver. Finally, what happens to your social media when you die?…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the new Martial Arts Coaching and Consulting Services for both martial artists and school owners. Martial Arts Coaching and Consulting Services - Episode 449 Many martial artists have been sending the show their questions and asking help with training or their school so, we've been trying to help ever since. ...…
 
In this episode, Jeremy talks about the new Martial Arts Coaching and Consulting Services for both martial artists and school owners. Martial Arts Coaching and Consulting Services - Episode 449 Many martial artists have been sending the show their questions and asking help with training or their school so, we've been trying to help ever since. ...…
 
Student podcast reflects on social issues, cultural heritage, and honoring local heroes. Then, Ralphie V retires after 12 seasons with the CU Buffs and a near-record run. Plus, the convergence of medical and recreational marijuana is having an unexpected impact.
 
Many people don’t know what they don’t know. That is why it helps to have a mentor who inspires and guides you throughout your life. Believing in the power of mentoring, Dr. Ravishankar Gundlapalli, CEO and founder of MentorCloud, is passionate about helping people achieve their potential and reach their goals. Driven to help people make the ri ...…
 
The acting director of the BLM, William Perry Pendley, says the move to Colorado isn’t an effort to weaken the agency. Plus, how banned tech from China could impact rural Colorado broadband. Also, the unique history of Lamar's train depot. Then, classical pianist Edith Ruiz is up for a Latin Grammy, and 'Jurassic Mark' releases his first album ...…
 
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