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UX Research is an emerging field of increasing interest in tech and business. Join UX Researcher Emily as she discusses all things UX Research from tools and resources, to job postings and funny stories from the field. Melanie will interview UX Research professionals during her ‘Personas’ series to glean insights into where this growing field is headed and introduce members from our UXRTO community. This podcast will give you tons of opportunities to learn while being a part of a great commu ...
 
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's fortnightly podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
The Surviving Sarah Podcast is hosted by Sarah Bragg, and each week she brings a different guest on the show to talk about what it looks like to survive--survive life, yourself, your kids, your job, your relationships. Each guest brings their unique story to the table in a real and casual way. The conversation is curated for you much like listening to your favorite playlist to inform, inspire, encourage and entertain women.
 
In Walk it Out with Tricia Goyer we discover what it means to follow God and be swept away on a journey of a lifetime. Tricia Goyer explores what radical obedience to God's Word looks like. It's time to hear from God lovers who dared to say yes. Listen in to heart-to-heart chats and learn how others overcome doubts and fears. Discover how God uses ordinary people to impact others one step at a time. If you're ready to get radical, get going, and make a difference in this world, you're in the ...
 
"What I feel when I’m playing guitar is completely cold and crazy," High on Rebellion, Patti Smith. Women Who Rock shines a light on the amazingly talented female musicians and artists from Sydney and around the world. If you’re interested in finding out about the future of rock today, this is the podcast for you. This podcast is dedicated to the memory of Carolyn Sophie Grace Mason.
 
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Memoirist Cassandra Lane joins us today to talk about her growing up years and how the knowledge that her great-grandfather was lynched led to the writing of her first book, We Are Bridges...a book she journeyed with for 20 years before it's upcoming release in April, 2021. It's a book everyone needs to put on their to-read list. You can find Cassa…
 
I am so happy to welcome Laura Tremaine to the table today. Laura lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jeff, and their two children. She is is a writer and podcaster. On her weekly podcast 10 Things To Tell You, she encourages listeners to take the episode prompts to a friend or to their journal, because meaningful connections come from good conv…
 
WIO 149 I loved chatting with Gary Thomas about Sacred Pathways — there are nine, just like the enneagram! Intrigued? You're going to love this episode! For links and notes of everything we chatted about in this episode, visit: https://triciagoyer.com/149 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
Laura Tremaine joins us today to talk about her transition from mommy-blogger to podcaster to author. She also opens up about a dark stage in her life and what brought her through. Finally, Shawn and Maile ask her if there are any feelings of jealousy between her and her super-successful and creative husband, Jeff, who is a movie producer...and the…
 
Today Maile and Shawn talk about the various ways creative people can and should be engaging with culture during these difficult days. We try to do it without hypocrisy, but you can judge for yourself on whether or not that is the case. Maile also plugs her upcoming course over at Black Barn Online, which you can find out more about HERE. We also m…
 
Today, I am so happy to welcome Hannah Brencher back to the show. Hannah is an author, blogger, TED speaker and entrepreneur. She has authored three books and today we discuss her most recent one, Fighting Forward. We talk about how to go about making change in your life—how to find your way forward when you want to fight for more, when you want to…
 
WIO #148: Today on the podcast I'm chatting with Hannah Brencher about her new book Fighting Forward. I know you're going to enjoy this episode! For links on everything we chatted about in this episode, visit: https://triciagoyer.com/148 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
We have a wonderful time speaking with Sean Dietrich (Sean of the South) about his childhood, the differences between the North and the South, and what it's like to write about his childhood, which involved his father committing suicide. His family was always very private about the incident, and he tells us the story of letting his mother read his …
 
Welcome to Season Four! It's going to be a good one. Today we talk about Maile's obsession with Netflix's fake fireplace (Birchwood edition), the books we're reading, and what we're going to do to better ourselves as writers in 2021. Also, Shawn shares the one thing that ALWAYS silences the voices of self-doubt. Find Maile's upcoming class at The B…
 
Today, is my annual year in review episode with my good friend Merica Stum. This is my absolute favorite episode of the year. You know how you get together with a friend you haven’t seen in a long time and you have one million things to talk about? That was this episode. In this episode, we look back and compare what we thought 2020 would hold and …
 
Get ready to smile and be encouraged by this fun & inspiring chat with Sarah Jackson (Church Revitalization Trust) who joins us from London to chat about what happens when people come together to care for others (hint: a different kind of outbreak, one of joy & neighborly love). "What can we do during this pandemic?" she asks. "We can show love; we…
 
WIO #147: Worship as Soul Care with Kari Jobe. Kari and I talk all things worship, Christmas, and soul care. I know you're going to enjoy! You can get links for everything we chatted about in this episode by visiting https://www.triciagoyer.com/147 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
WIO #146: Defend Your Faith with Jesse Florea. Apologetics doesn't have to be a scary word. If you have kids, you're going to love this episode! You can get links for everything we chatted about in this episode by visiting https://www.triciagoyer.com/146 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
What creative mindsets are you taking with you into the New Year? Are they ways of thinking about creativity that serve you well or do they keep you mired in negative self-talk? Today, Shawn and Maile each share one mindset they're taking with them into the New Year, and one mindset they're planning on leaving in 2020. Alex Haley's biography Awesom…
 
Today we get to speak with painter and artist Freiman Stoltzfus about growing up as an artist within the Amish community, the role his mother played in his life work, and the relationship between creativity and grief. Maile is especially fascinated by a term he uses, creative recovery, in describing how we can rediscover our creativity, even later …
 
Anne's story that began with a paper she wrote in 3rd grade, that hit lots of highs, lows and lots of waiting is sure to inspire you (as it did us, Brenda Teele to tears) and put wind in your sails as your travel your own journey. Hers tapped into art then back to writing which is why she joined our carpool chat - to share about her new devotional …
 
WIO #145 Ringleaders with Erin Weidemann. I loved chatting about Erin's series of amazing books for girls. I know you'll love this episode! You can get links for everything we chatted about in this episode by visiting https://triciagoyer.com/145 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
Shawn and Maile talk about the dynamic and life-giving force that change can be in your creative life. So, change it up! They also talk about the various ways their creative lives are changing in 2021--Maile is teaching a writing class! Shawn is writing a screen play! Join them as they talk about the good and tough of making changes to your creativ…
 
WIO #144 Calm the Heck Down with Melanie Dale. If you need a little inspiration in your parenting, you'll want to listen in! Enjoy! For links on what we chatted about and graphics to share for this week's episode, visit: https://triciagoyer.com/144 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
Melanie Dale talks about writing horror, parenting books, becoming a zombie on The Walking Dead, and her journey into special needs parenting. We reflect on the first time we met (in a careening minivan) and how the creative life is always taking us in the directions we least expect. Check out her new book here: Calm the H*ck Down…
 
Maile and Shawn talk about their own self-limiting beliefs and how those things have kept them from trying and creating new things. Do you have beliefs about yourself that are limiting? Are you measuring who you can become by your past? And they talk about a new way forward, a creative path that allows for creativity, innovation, and, most importan…
 
Our series "Lighten Up about Parenting," wraps up today, which is perfect because, drumroll please, Calm the H*ck Down is officially out in the world! So we're running out of podcast but I have a whole book waiting for you, all about parenting. As you probably know by now, I invited 10 beta testers from all over the country to share their honest th…
 
I am so happy to welcome my good friend, Melanie Dale, back to the show. If you have been listening to the show for awhile, then you know that back in 2017-2018, Melanie and I did an episode together every month. It is always fun to have friends on the show. In case you don’t know Melanie, she is an author, speaker and podcaster who lives outside o…
 
The amazing, best-selling author Holley Gerth joins us to chat about how to fully function in and to be blessed by our biological and genetic wiring (specifically introvert & extrovert)."All of us are perfectly designed for God's purpose for OUR lives," Holley shares, "not for anyone else's. For ours; we have what it takes." This chat is chock full…
 
WIO 142 Preparing Your Daughter for Womanhood with Robin Jones Gunn We're chatting about parenting daughters! You're going to love this episode! For links and everything we chatted about in this episode visit: https://triciagoyer.com/142 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
WIO 141 The Money Challenge for Teens with Art Rainer. I'm excited to bring you this episode with Art. If you have kids, you're going to want to listen! Enjoy! For links on everything we talked about, visit: https://triciagoyer.com/141 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support…
 
Matthew Paul Turner joins us today to talk about encouraging friendships, Christmas, and the joys of writing for children. He shares his journey to writing kids' books, has a remarkable memory when it comes to the first time he and Shawn met, and has some revealing words regarding one of Shawn's high school crushes (ahem, Amy Grant). Maile, staying…
 
WIO 140 In a Boat in the Middle of a Lake with Patrick and Ruth Schwenk. We are chatting about marriage during hard times. Enjoy! For links of all we chatted about on the show, visit: https://www.triciagoyer.com/140 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support
 
Five dogs in five weeks. That’s how many greyhounds have been killed recently by the Greyhound racing industry. The industry is facing increased scrutiny, and the SPCA have stepped into the ring. And it’s been twelve months since a catastrophe took place on a Helensville chicken farm, which saw nearly 200,000 chickens suffocate to death. You’d thin…
 
After a brief hiatus, we're back with the penultimate episode of our 10-part series, "Lighten Up about Parenting," and in each episode, we have not one but two awesome conversations for you. In addition to an awesome guest line-up for you throughout the series, I've also invited 10 beta testers from all over the country to share their honest though…
 
I am so happy to welcome Jeff and André Shinabarger to the show today. Jeff is the Executive Director of Plywood People and André is a physician’s assistant at Grady Hospital here in Atlanta. Together they host the podcast Love or Work. They recently completed the largest research study on working married couples in the U.S. and spent the last few …
 
We talk about the myth of the undiscovered genius and why this is a dangerous road for a writer's mind to travel, as well as how knowing the truth (that we're all mortals who simply need to work harder at our craft) is actually good news. Plus, the writing 101 lesson that has Maile and Shawn encouraged and ready to get back to work.…
 
We talk about the benefits of creativity for children and adults. Maile gushed over a new children's Christmas book and shares about an inappropriate Christmas story she wrote when she was in second grade. Shawn doesn't care about the world anymore because he has his own office in the basement. And they reveal the identity of their next guest on th…
 
Last Friday was Judgement day. No, nothing to do with John Connor and artificial intelligence. The Wellington High Court finally released its judgement on farrowing crates. We’ll discuss what the ruling is, and what comes next. And 4 live export ships have arrived in two weeks. Over 20,000 animals have been shipped, which begs the question, how muc…
 
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