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Get inspired by amazing leaders on the forefront of nature conservation! Each episode I interview ecologists, educators, researchers, conservationists, birders, ecotourism leaders and generally interesting people who have made a difference in conserving the natural world! By listening to the podcast you'll be introduced to unique guests who often take the road less traveled to make an impact. We'll discuss not only what they did, but HOW and WHY they did it, and try to abstract out important ...
 
The Nature Photography Show is dedicated to all things Nature Photography. The episodes cover nature, landscape, waterscape, night, and wildlife photography as well as the latest gear and gadgets to help you in the field. Mixed in with these episodes are interviews with the industries best photographers. This photography podcast is released the 1st and 15th of every month. Join the hosts Jason Eldridge and Beth Ruggiero-York as they talk photography.
 
If you’re eager to grow your Health and Wellness business via effective marketing methods – while maintaining your OWN health and wellness – this podcast is for you! Featuring a blend of solo and guest episodes, get ready to be be empowered via marketing and business development tips and learn from fellow health and wellness business owners. Some of the business topics covered include: * Voice, visibility and profitability - why your voice matters * The secrets behind successful online cours ...
 
Tripod is the first podcast dedicated to nature photography, and that means landscape, wildlife, night, and travel photography. The show is hosted by Jim Harmer, Nick Page, and Majeed Badizadigan, three well-known and highly respected landscape photographers, who also dabble in wildlife and other genres of nature photography. Tripod is the 5th show in the Improve Photography Network of podcasts. Be sure to check out our other shows: Improve Photography, Portrait Session, Thoughts on Photogra ...
 
LensFlare 35 is a community for both amateur and professional photographers to stay informed, network, and leverage tips and techniques from today's most admired photographers and filmmakers. Weekly episodes are designed to make relevant information available in short, entertaining segments. Topics range from developing an artistic style, digital darkroom techniques, strategic marketing trends, tips and tricks from the masters, to the latest technology gadgets. If you have a topic of interes ...
 
Episodes of the Open Source Creative Podcast, a weekly podcast where I ramble about creativity, process, and open source software. The show features in-depth discussions about the nature of open source software and how it relates to doing creative work. And interviews! There are interviews now. Also, fair warning, I tend to use profanity. So if you’re sensitive to that, listen with the volume turned lower. Intro and outro music was shamelessly pilfered from the very talented Sam Brubaker.
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
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Do you put yourself first in life? Or do you feel selfish even contemplating that question? In reality, it’s actually very important to respect yourself enough to take care of your own needs first. Because only then can you be happy and thrive in your own life. It also allows you to be fully present for others and avoid burnout - which doesn’t just…
 
My guest in this episode is Tony Iwane. Tony is Outreach and Community Coordinator for iNaturalist, an environmental educator, contributor to Bay Nature Magazine, photographer, and just an all around interesting and knowledgeable naturalist. As a key staff member for iNaturalist and one of its earliest members, Tony gives us an insider’s view of iN…
 
Do you have a clear, consistent brand voice? And do you have a tone of voice document to refer to when writing your content and emails? Or are you thinking, Leanne, what the hell are you on about?! If this is a new topic for you, then I’m pumped to bring you this interview with Gemma Lumicisi from Contently Driven. She’s a fellow copywriter and abs…
 
Have you ever considered collaborating with another business owner? You know - someone who offers services or products that complement yours - and help make your offering even stronger. But where do you find these dream collaboration partners? And how do you know they’re the right fit? Today I’m chatting with Joe Bellissimo from Grow Masterminds ab…
 
My guest today is Charley Eiseman. Charley is the lead author of the innovative and fascinating “Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates”, which digs deep into the details of insect identification through the clues they leave, such as egg masses, cocoons, galls, burrows, leaf mines and more. This initial treatment of leaf miners led him …
 
So here we are - at the end of 2020. What a year, huh? While it hasn’t been a full year since I started this podcast - as that’s another month away - I thought this was the perfect time of year to reflect on my podcasting journey. Yes, I thought I was so knowledgeable back in April 2020 when I recorded Episode 17 - How to Start a Podcast. And I gue…
 
Have you ever wished you could duplicate yourself - or add more hours to your day - just so you could get everything done? Or are you sick of doing all those little annoying, yet important, admin tasks, like bookkeeping, answering emails, or creating social media posts? If you answered yes to either question, or maybe both, then outsourcing to an o…
 
Do you find yourself regularly sneaking to the pantry to help yourself to yet another chocolate? Or maybe you’re always craving salty snacks? Either way - are you grabbing them because you’re hungry? Or are you actually seeking comfort? During stressful and uncertain times, many people resort to comfort eating. Which results in guilt and shame. Whi…
 
In this episode of the 3C Show, I catch up with Nerrel from the Team 3CX community who’s been taking some amazing high key bird photos. We speak about how to create the high key look and why she’s made this creative choice with these photos. Find out more about the Team 3CX landscape and nature photography community email me at help@threecolors.co …
 
Do you ever find yourself forgetting things? Or maybe you’ve noticed your partner, parent, or grandparent has started repeating themself or showing other signs of potential memory loss or dementia. In society, a dementia diagnosis is often seen as the beginning of the end. A hopeless situation that will just lead to a person slowly declining in hea…
 
How often do you detox? Or how often do you think about detoxing...and then don’t? As someone with food intolerances, who also has a full-on lifestyle of work, family, and self-care, it’s something I personally need to do. But it just never happens. But after my interview with Lynda Dyer from Mind Power Global, I am determined to give this detoxing…
 
My guest in this episode is Mike Bergin, creator of 10,000 Birds, one of the oldest and most popular birding websites on the planet. Mike was an early pioneer of nature blogging, carving a playbook for others to follow, and creating a community of birding bloggers. This carries on today, where his site has expanded to include top tier writers with …
 
How do you feel about public relations AKA PR and creating your own publicity? You know - putting yourself out there as an expert in your field so journalists know who to come to for quotes and insight around trending topics. You might be feeling a bit of uncertainty around this area - and I don’t blame you. Many of us hate self-promotion and don’t…
 
Are you happy with your current website - or does it need a major overhaul? If your business has been through big changes lately - I mean whose business hasn’t? - it’s probably a good time to take another look at it and ensure the content still reflects what everything looks like now. And the direction you’re now heading in. As I record this episod…
 
Do the words ‘sales’ and ‘selling’ send cold shivers down your spine? If they do, you’re not alone. Many business owners, especially in Australia, have a fear of coming across as too salesy or pushy when it comes to closing a deal. I think It’s because we personally hate being sold to….when we’re not interested. But the important thing to remember …
 
Jonas Dichelle and Luca Rood are a delight. They’re such fun to talk to… especially when it comes to a cool event that they organize, Nodevember. It’s an annual event (in its second year) where artists celebrate the awesomeness of nodes throughout the month of November. Think of like Inktober—or maybe bettter, NaNoWriMo—but for art generated with n…
 
My guest today is noted wildfire and chaparral ecologist Rick Halsey. Rick authored the book “Fire, Chaparral, and Survival in Southern California”, and has given countless talks on the subject. Rick has a background in Environmental Studies, Anthropology, and Education, with degrees from University of California Santa Barbara and Cal State San Die…
 
How do you keep yourself accountable for your goals and dreams? You could write them down in your journal or on a whiteboard - and look at them regularly. You could tell the world - because you know it will be embarrassing to admit you didn’t achieve them. Another way to keep yourself accountable is to have an accountability buddy. What’s that, Lea…
 
Do you think your business has a strong brand? And no - I’m not just talking about your logo and colours here. I’m talking about everything including your core values, functional and emotional benefits, market segmentation, tone of voice, style, and team culture. Oh and the logo and colours as well, of course. So yeah - there are just a few element…
 
My guest in this episode is Christian Shaw, adventurer and co-founder of Plastic Tides, a non-profit with a mission TO INSPIRE AND CATALYZE ACTION TOWARD A PLASTIC-FREE FUTURE THROUGH ADVENTURE, EDUCATION, AND YOUTH EMPOWERMENT, and as you’ll hear today, has a multi-faceted program to accomplish this. A graduate of Cornell University, Christian has…
 
It’s been too long since the last episode. However, we’re definitely not done. This time around, I got to talk with Greg Zaal about all things HDRI. In case you weren’t aware, an HDRI is a “high dynamic range image”. And in the context of what Greg does, we’re specifically talking about full 360° panoramic images with high dynamic range. In Greg’s …
 
If you’ve been listening to my podcast for a little while - or know me in person - you’d know I’m a positive person. Now that doesn’t mean I don’t have struggles and low days. But it does mean I’m constantly looking for that silver lining. And I recognise it might be hard to see it during those dark minutes, hours, or days - but I know it’s there, …
 
My guest in this episode is Merav Vonshak. Merav is an ecologist, naturalist, and citizen science organizer located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Merav is the founder of BioBlitz Club, a group that organizes BioBlitzes to raise awareness for environmental causes, often partnering with specific organizations, or simply to raise community awareness …
 
Do you ever feel like you’re on a hamster wheel - working long hours, but still not getting anywhere? And you do it because hard work equals lots of money, right? But no - not necessarily. Today, I’m chatting with Katie Moriarty about creating abundance by doing less and working from a true flow state. In other words - attracting abundance in all a…
 
As a business owner, having a positive mindset is absolutely essential if you want to be successful. But 2020 has thrown us all a massive curve ball. Okay - that’s probably the understatement of the century. But I’ve found it interesting to see the differing perspectives. Some people are wishing this year would hurry up and just end already. But ot…
 
Do you give yourself enough opportunities to dream? You know - think about what YOU really want out of life and not what is just expected of you? As humans living in the 2020s, most of us feel our lives are mapped out in front of us - Find a job, tick. Find a partner, tick. Start a family, tick. Support that family through many years of hard work, …
 
Like usual, I have a question to ask you. And I want you to be honest with yourself here. Can you say, without a hint of doubt, that you’re living your best life? Or you’re at least on the right path? Or are you actually feeling misaligned - and you’re currently doing one thing, but deep down your heart desires something else? Something bigger, bet…
 
Have you played around with Facebook ads yet? Or, are you like me, and a bit overwhelmed by the whole process? If you’re ready to take your digital marketing to the next level and see some rapid conversions, then it’s time to pull out your credit card and explore the world of Facebook advertising. But where do you start? In today’s episode, I’m cha…
 
When it comes to your business, can you say, with absolute clarity, what your purpose and vision are? Like, in one or two sentences? I know this is an area I personally need to work on after recent rollercoasters and roundabouts in my business. But after chatting with business and leadership coach, Rebecca Tos, about this topic for today’s episode,…
 
Are you often snapping at your kids - then feel guilty about it afterwards? Maybe they never listen to you. Or are continuously having meltdowns. Or maybe you’re the one having the meltdown at times?! In today’s episode of Marketing and Me, I’m chatting with Stephanie Pinto, co-founder of EQ Culture and the Let’s Raise Emotionally Intelligent Kids …
 
Have you ever applied for a grant? If you haven’t - is it because you don’t know what grants are available to you? Or you feel the competition is too great and you have no chance? Or maybe you feel overwhelmed by the whole application process? If you have gone for a grant before - whether you secured the funds or not - you’d know the process involv…
 
How are you incorporating video in your marketing strategy? Maybe you’re doing Facebook Lives? Or uploading short instructional videos on YouTube? Or maybe you haven’t gone down that path just yet. In case you weren’t aware, the importance of video marketing is on the increase. According to a research conducted by Adobe last year, 48% of consumers …
 
If someone came up to you and asked - “hey, what’s your story?” - would you know what to say? And could you say it succinctly and with impact? As business owners, we’ve all been on a journey. We’ve all experienced twists and turns that have brought us to this current point. And sharing this journey with our customers is so powerful when it comes to…
 
In recent times, many business owners have seized the opportunity to educate and connect with their target market online via webinars. It’s been an essential tool for those wanting to keep their business going and growing - especially when you can’t run face-to-face workshops. But many people are falling into the same trap. Old-school death by Powe…
 
Mo is a delight to speak with and her example is one of the best rebuttals to any notion that a person can’t work professionally using open source tools. Because that’s what she does, and has been doing for 15 years at Red Hat. In this episode we go over what’s involved with her work, and how she gets it done with tools like Inkscape, GIMP, and a h…
 
Welcome to my second in-between episode. These are short episodes in between my interview episodes. I’m calling this one Cool Tools - Nature Identification Edition! I'll cover what I think are great tools to aid you in identifying, and thus, learning about the nature all around us. I cover phone apps and websites like eBird, iNaturalist, Merlin, Bi…
 
In the online entrepreneurial world, I’m hearing more and more about paid memberships and masterminds. They’re two areas I’m starting to dabble in myself. But what are they and how do they work? Ultimately, if you envision yourself moving away from your local hub and taking your business to a global scale, memberships and masterminds are fantastic …
 
How is your workspace looking right now? Come on, be honest with yourself here. Is it tidy and organised, with clear filing systems in place? Or does it look like a scattered mess, and you’re forever shuffling things around to find what you need? If you want to increase your daily productivity levels, decluttering can lead you on the right path. To…
 
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