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Dym-C Podcast
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Welcome to the Dym-C Podcast podcast, politics, sports, health, finance, Travel, Religion, Entertainment
 
All of us have the power to create change. The advances in technology are now such that if you have an idea, it’s easier than ever to execute on it. “Kym McNicholas On Innovation” shares the journeys of successful entrepreneurs, innovators, and investors from around the world who will inspire you to create your own financial independence. The show also features some of the most advanced technologies you’ve never heard of that could be have an impact on your life, your business, and your care ...
 
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Blue Marble Radio
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Blue Marble Radio is dedicated to promoting the most talented but overlooked musicians on the planet. We firmly believe the world is filled with great music, and it just needs to be played to be heard. One world. One language. Music.
 
Writer, Coach and former fighter who has spent many years inside the arenas of small business and professional sporting competition. A regular conversation about self preservation, philosophy and violence whether sanctioned or not. Just one man's opinion. Pro MMA record 16 Wins (15 by stoppage) 7 Losses 1 NC Any donations (thank you for being supportive and generous :)) - paypal.me/kymrobinsonhalfcaged https://www.patreon.com/Halfcaged
 
Tech Talk is a weekly podcast concerning technology from a beginner/intermediate standpoint. It covers what's hot, what's new, and how it related to you.
 
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Local Hero, Baseball, softball season
 
Kanye comments congrats Jordan Peele
 
Congrats Youngin and Pray for The World
 
Meek Mill is Free at last, Get use to Cooking your own food at home people
 
Extreme Tech Challenge Top Ten - January 5, 2018 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
The Most Innovative Practical Gifts For Car Owners - December 15th, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
The Most Innovative Beverages of the Holiday Season - December 8th, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation Summary: Claude Blankiet was a pioneer in stone washing denim and is now applying the same innovative thinking to wine making. While visiting New York from France, he noticed very traditional styles and a lack of ingenuity in fashion. He mov ...…
 
Sorry about the delays in podcasts, had some upload dramas. Short episode but hoping to be back on track soon for those few who listen :) The allure of simply working out can sometimes get in the way of our getting good at something specific like fight training. Exercise for the sake of exercise can be meditative and rewarding, it nets direct r ...…
 
Top B2B Startups To Watch In 2018 - December 1st, 2017 by Kym McNicholas on Innovation
 
Legendary Sports Agent Leigh Steinberg on Game Changing Sports Innovation - November 17th, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
Audio Case Study 01 1985, Boxing, Middleweight Thomas Hearns ( 40-2) Vs James Shuler (22-0) Hot on his defeat to then middleweight king Marvin Hagler, Hearns is looking to reaffirm himself among the 160-lbers. A field swelling with lighter weight veterans, recent Olympians and young guns like Shuler. It is a field ripe for upsets. Shuler is loo ...…
 
Kicks can be awesome, provided that you can kick. A lot of people are either die hard advocates of kicking, usually those that can. While others tend to view them poorly seeing them as flashy and dangerous to execute. Kicks are both a skill and a tool to be utilised according to the moment. Being able to kick however is a tremendous asset in va ...…
 
Getting a submission victory can be both rewarding and absolute. It allows the vanquished the opportunity to admit defeat, giving them the option to surrender before they suffer harm. And yet, many recklessly throw on submission attempts in competition and training despite this virtue. Often lacking control and good form as they yank, crank and ...…
 
When it comes to the most terrible incidents of violence, those unimaginable do not expect to be the superior force. If you can conceive incidents that may occur when you are outnumbered, surrounded by horribly violent odds and you have to take care of others, including your loved ones, you need to think like the insurgent. Some self preservati ...…
 
Some people take the sport too seriously. The opponent seldom is an enemy, it is not real life. It is simply an arena by which you are showcasing your talents and performing. Sometimes the theatrics of selling tickets for drama focused fans seems to merge with the reality of just getting in there and having a good fight. https://www.patreon.com ...…
 
Much is said about footwork but little is done. It is not simply a case of skipping the rope or jumping side to side, footwork is nuanced and requires a lot of attention. A small chat about some elements one can consider as they work on their footwork. https://www.patreon.com/Halfcaged
 
Being tough, brave and skilled in the battle arts can bring you both admirers and detractors. It is as controversial as it is adored, the realm of sanctioned violence. Seldom considered by many of us who fight are those that love and care for us, who have to watch us undergo the brutal training, the weight cuts and the inevitable violence of th ...…
 
Driving with Kym episode 3 The allure of taking a fight on short notice will appeal to most fighters, some times it will make perfect sense. It is an opportunity to face a great who you may never have another chance of fighting again. And in other instances you are just a ringer, a body to be bought in to help fill a card so that a promoter who ...…
 
The Creative Sprint To Spark Your Next Billion Dollar Idea - September 29th, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
Episode 002 - Actually hurting some one. Can you do it? In a life and death struggle can you destroy another human being then and there or potentially harm them for life? Is it worth hurting some one if its for a sport? Especially if its such a low stakes event. That smug jerk eyeing you off, is it worth ending his days over perceived aggressio ...…
 
What is the aim of your training? What do you hope to accomplish from it? What do you want from the sparring? How are you going to win the fight? Can you do any of this without having some objectives. Related article that may help Any donations (thank you for being supportive and generous :)) - paypal.me/kymrobinsonhalfcaged https://www.patreon ...…
 
After having a professional MMA career against a variety of opponents in both the light heavyweight and heavyweight division I was able to secure 14 out of 16 of my victories with quick submission wins. This is a conversation about some of the ways that you can go about accomplishing this for yourself.…
 
Many wonder, "what does it mean to be a fighter?" Well lets consider the question by considering some of the things you may need to face.
 
Goodbye Websites, Hello Chatbots - September 22nd, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
Startups - How To Break Out Without Breaking The Law - September 8th, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
How To Fill 1.8 Million Cybersecurity Jobs in 24 Hours - September 1st, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
Relay Ventures; Fundamentals of Raising Venture Capital - August 25, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
How To Get Your Innovation Noticed By Samsung - August 18, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
“Innovating with a purpose,” is something you might hear often. What does that really mean? Phil McKinney and Kym McNicholas touch on the upcoming technologies the cable industry and specifically CableLab are stirring up for the future -- for the better. CableLabs is the research and development arm for the cable industry. The role that broadba ...…
 
Kym McNicholas On Innovation - Aug 4, 2017 by Kym McNicholas On Innovation
 
What is the blockchain according to Bill Tai? The internet. The blockchain is the same thing but with assets. It can aggregate history into groups of information with communities of interests surrounding it. CEO of ABRA, Bill Barydt. ABRA has recently partnered with the extremely well known American Express. ABRA is a digital currency wallet fo ...…
 
Today on KDOW was Alan Amron, inventor of Post-it Notes. Alan’s piece of advice? Simplify to understand. Secondly, don’t protect your product. Patent and communicate. Get the word out and don’t be afraid of idea stealing thieves. If you have the patent, you have the power. Alan took a number of callers from different companies in the Extreme Te ...…
 
Next Gen Innovation reporter Gabby, also a student at the University of Southern California told KDOW what entrepreneurs need to know about millennials today, and what is going to catch their attention. What are some things entrepreneurs need to know about millennials? Stop calling them millennials! The word is not only outdated but it carries ...…
 
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