Best openspace podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Open Spaces: Podcast
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A news and public affairs program about Wyoming and the West.
 
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Open Space Radio
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Open Space Radio is the official podcast of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) — Because everyone deserves a park.
 
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RTHK:Teen Time - Open Space
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Students join Alyson Hau to talk about hot topics amongst teenagers
 
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RTHK:Teen Time - Open Space
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Students join Alyson Hau to talk about hot topics amongst teenagers
 
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MROSD
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Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Nature Tours
 
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LIFE Church UK - Video
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Steve and Charlotte Gambill are Lead Pastors at LIFE Church. They have two children Hope Cherish and Noah Brave. Their passion is to help people discover God’s great love and purpose for their lives by building a relevant multi-cultural church where all can find a place to belong and thrive. These podcast messages are full of life and hope, rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope. LIFE Church is one church in four locations; located in Bradford, Leeds, Belf ...
 
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LIFE Church UK - Audio
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Steve and Charlotte Gambill are Lead Pastors at LIFE Church. They have two children Hope Cherish and Noah Brave. Their passion is to help people discover God’s great love and purpose for their lives by building a relevant multi-cultural church where all can find a place to belong and thrive. These podcast messages are full of life and hope, rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope. LIFE Church is one church in four locations; located in Bradford, Leeds, Belf ...
 
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MROSD
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Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District Nature Tours
 
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Wagons West
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Wagons West was the cry heard through the east as America pioneers set there sights on the wide open spaces and land of the west. These are stories of brave settlers, army life, gunfighters,prairie towns and Marshall's. Let us go back to with wild west in early radio. Sponsored by oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
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The Black Sea
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A little Fashion Boutique for all shapes and sizes set adrift in Open Space, otherwise known as The Black Sea; the story follows the narrative of Nikau Iona, a Tech-Witch engineer working for a Giant Alien Moth, and their misadventures through Time and Space. If you happen to waltz through a mysterious pair of red double doors, rest assured they'll help you finding your way back home with a renewed sense of self.
 
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Mind Labs
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An open space for dealing with stories, comedy, philosophical and concepts.
 
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This is The Nature of Cities Podcast
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“This is The Nature of Cities” is the Podcast of The Nature of Cities, a virtual magazine and discussion site on cities as ecosystems. It is a global collective of contributors, an essay, long-form, media, and discussion site devoted to cities as social-ecological spaces, ecosystems of people, buildings, open spaces, and nature. City design with nature at the center is key to urban resilience, sustainability, and livability.
 
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Dique!
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Dique! is an open space for all walks of life to discuss the elements of what growing up and adulting means: the good, the bad, the ugly and the spiritual. Dique! host, Sarah Vega, shares her journey of being 30 something with a series shows that range from self love to ratchet politics. With a bevy of different guests talking about different topics, there is something here for everyone.
 
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A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain
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A sentimental short story praised for its moving plot and condemnation of scientific experimentation on animals, Mark Twain efficiently delivers a truly captivating piece. First appearing in Harper’s Magazine in 1903, A Dog's Tale was later published as a pamphlet for the National Anti-Vivisection Society. The tale focuses on the life of Aileen, a misunderstood dog who experiences the ups and downs of life, while cruelly subjected to suffering because of the shallow belief of her inferiority ...
 
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Not Just For Baba Anymore - The Wisdom and World View of Baba Gonesh
 
Chris and Dave Smorgasbord Radio Show and SmorgShow Podcast legend Baba Gonesh begins his very own podcast. Subscribe to hear various bits of Baba's wisdom including, "Thought for the Day", "Comedy Camel". "Baba's Indian Folk Tales", "Baba News from India", and updates on Baba's Chicago Restaurant, "The Hidden Palace - A Taste of Baba". After just a single listen, you will quickly understand why Baba is known worldwide as the "Master of the Wide Open Spaces Between the Ears". You can catch B ...
 
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Marin G Channel Podcast
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Reports from the County of Marin regarding government services and topics of interest to the residents of Marin County. Topics include the County budget, health and human services, housing, transportation, parks and open space, planning, emergency preparedness and elections.
 
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Teen Time
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Welcome to the Teen Time page on RTHK Radio 3!Don't miss these features:'BackStage' - Alyson brings us a daily celebrity interview.'Artist Profile' - Simon Willson introduces us to a popular artist/ band.'SongBite' - We break down the lyrics behind one of your favourite songs.'Question of the Week' - A special prize up for grabs every week!'Request' - SMS us on 61343053 or email us to teentime@rthk.hk !And:Monday - 'Hot Picks with Sunday Young Post' - Every Monday we talk about the latest CD ...
 
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City of Suwanee
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The award-winning City of Suwanee is a friendly, progressive community with a cool vibe located about 30 miles north of Atlanta. Suwanee is committed to maintaining a high-quality of life for its 16,000 residents through parks and open spaces, a vibrant downtown, and public art, for example. Suwanee SculpTour is a walkable exhibit of sculptures on display in and around Town Center. The 2012 Suwanee SculpTour will be on display until March 2013.
 
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Pony Rider Boys in New England, The by PATCHIN, Frank Gee
 
Yee-Haw! The Pony Rider Boys are on the trail again! This time the boys are doing something a little different. Instead of heading west to the wide open spaces, they are riding east to the Wilderness of Maine. But, as always, trouble finds the boys, in both the four-legged and two-legged form! Will they make it back out of the wilderness? - Summary by Ann Boulais Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys on the Blue Ridge Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Louisiana
 
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The Never-Still Life: Win a GoPro Camera From The Trust for Public Land
 
Since 1972, The Trust for Public Land has protected more than 3 million acres and completed more than 5,200 park and conservation projects that provide the backdrop for all your pursuits. The Trust for Public Land works across the country to protect places where everyone can get outside, from the best of the back country to your go-to neighborhood parks and trails. To share your love of the outdoors and to help spread awareness of the importance of protecting our nation's open spaces, The Tr ...
 
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With Great People
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Do great things with great people! This is the podcast about high-performance teams. Topics include the Core Protocols, Agile software development, Open Space Technology, team emotional intelligence, psychological safety, and more. We share workshops, class segments, interviews about awesome teams. Look for our podcast in the iTunes, Google Play, and your favorite podcasts app.
 
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Penny & Pops Podcast - MagicBasketballOnline.com
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The Penny & Pops Podcast is hosted by Adam Papageorgiou (Pops) and Spenser Strode (Penny). All things Orlando Magic basketball get discussed. The opinions expressed are certainly unique.*Warning* Episodes may and probably do contain profanity.MagicBasketballOnline.com is a dedicated site for arguably the greatest Orlando Magic news and insight anywhere on the vast open spaces of the internet. The ‘MBO’ site won’t always be at the forefront of breaking Orlando Magic news. What you can expect ...
 
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San Peña Live
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A recap of performance gatherings put on by San Peña Producciones, an open space for local artists. Each show is an eclectic mix that can include music, spoken word, theatre monologues, and anything that artists are working on. San Peña aims to provide an intimate and receptive space for artists to grow.
 
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This is The Nature of Cities Podcast
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“This is The Nature of Cities” is the Podcast of The Nature of Cities, a virtual magazine and discussion site on cities as ecosystems. It is a global collective of contributors, an essay, long-form, media, and discussion site devoted to cities as social-ecological spaces, ecosystems of people, buildings, open spaces, and nature. City design with nature at the center is key to urban resilience, sustainability, and livability.
 
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An Invisible Ocean - Subcreative Media
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An Invisible Ocean is a daily devotional podcast to assist in that pursuit through the rises and falls of your faith. Each day (Monday - Friday) the listener will hear passages of scripture from the Old Testament, Psalms and Proverbs, and the New Testament. In addition to the readings there will be a short devotion from the New Testament passage, open space for personal prayer, and guided confessions and prayers. My hope and desire is that you will be able to use this as a tool every morning ...
 
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Agile NYC
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Jochen (Joe) Krebs speaks with industry experts and local practitioners who present at the Agile NYC user group, the largest and most active user group in the tri-state area about all things agile. Our monthly user group meetings as well as the annual 1-day Agile Day conference highlights a variety of agile topics and formats, for example presentations, open space conference, lightning talks, pecha kucha, panels and keynotes. This podcast serves as platform to connect our attendees as well a ...
 
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Agile NYC
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Jochen (Joe) Krebs speaks with industry experts and local practitioners who present at the Agile NYC user group, the largest and most active user group in the tri-state area about all things agile. Our monthly user group meetings as well as the annual 1-day Agile Day conference highlights a variety of agile topics and formats, for example presentations, open space conference, lightning talks, pecha kucha, panels and keynotes. This podcast serves as platform to connect our attendees as well a ...
 
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Ellipsis with Noorulain Masood
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Social Innovation is hard, and very very all consuming. All I remember from my year as the CEO of a social venture in Pakistan are meetings and more meetings, with not enough time to reflect in the middle. This podcast aims to provide a space for social innovators to pause, learn, and improve their practice, particularly in a developing country context. Ellipsis is the open space, the pause, the uninterrupted continuation of a thought. Each episode is short, no more than 30 min, where we try ...
 
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Headless Horseman - A Strange Tale of Texas, The by REID, Thomas Mayne
 
The horse is perfect in all its parts—a splendid steed, saddled, bridled, and otherwise completely caparisoned. In it there appears nothing amiss—nothing to produce either wonder or alarm. But the man—the rider? Ah! About him there is something to cause both—something weird—something wanting! By heavens! it is the head! (Excerpt from the Prologue) The Headless Horseman is a novel by Mayne Reid written in 1865 or 1866 and is based on the author's adventures in the United States. The Headless ...
 
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Turning Points
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Turning Points is a program that airs thoughtful conversations about issues, events, and stories that matter. A tuning point is a moment when a critical decision is needed or when major personal or collective change is about to happen. Such moments take place everyday and generally can’t be predicted. Democracy itself turns on the quality of its participants’ discussion and action. In order to help preserve what author Terry Tempest Williams calls the “open space of democracy,” we promote sp ...
 
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A topic as complex as drones in parks couldn’t be covered in just one episode, so we we’re launching a three-part series to tackle this topic by interviewing experts in the field with three different perspectives. Part 1. Policy, Drone Zones and Resources for Land Managers Part 2. Ways Park Managers Are Handling Drones Part 3. Opportunities and ...…
 
Heidi Helfand and Dr. Dave Cornelius co-present quality topic at Agile Open SoCal 2017 at University California Irvine. The post E42: Agile SoCal 2017 Open Space – Test First Then Code Workshop appeared first on GrokShare.com .
 
An excerpt from the 2016 Samadhi retreat looking at the way in which ego arises and constricts the open space.
 
In less than 20 years, San Antonio has more than tripled its acreage of park land, from 7,565 acres in 1999 to 29,692 in 2017. Parks are considered to be " essential public services ." They serve the community in many ways, from promoting public health and community engagement to providing environmental, aesthetic and economic benefits. Access ...…
 
This week we’re discussing what’s been on top of all of our minds over the past week or so — hurricane Harvey and the devastating destruction it’s wrought on Texas, Louisiana and the Gulf Shore. To date more than 12 trillion gallons of water has fallen on Texas and the death toll continues to rise. In this episode we discuss: Where things stand ...…
 
Are we in a virtual world... oh wait, no, where is virtual reality now and where is it going in the future? We talk about our personal experiences with current VR technologies such as trying the HTC Vive at a restaurant trade show, the first Playstation VR games, the cheap and easy to use Google Cardboard, and others. We discuss if think VR wil ...…
 
For the first time in 26 years, all of the US will be treated to some form of an eclipse on Monday, August 21, with a large portion being able to view a total eclipse. Of course, parks of all types – national, state and local parks – are prime places to gather with community members and visitors to view this once-in-a-lifetime event. I had the ...…
 
This week on Open Space Radio we’re talking about American Mobility — or the rate at which Americans are packing up and moving to find more opportunity elsewhere. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article by Janet Adamy and Paul Overberg, the U.S. is the least mobile since mobility measurements were first taken at the end of World War I ...…
 
Highlights 0:00:00 – Where are we recording this podcast? 0:01:50 – The 1 question we get asked more than any other? 0:02:30 – What is exciting us at the moment in the technology space 0:03:35 – what is Apple classroom able to do / what problems can it solve? 0:05:35 – How technical is it to setup Apple Classroom? 0:07:00 – Mark makes an intere ...…
 
In this episode Robbie McCorkell and Alexander Savin talk about Brexodus, benefits of a dual citizenship, benefits of the open space layout for software development, curvature of the office walls, remote first culture, Tesla Model 3, DJI Spark first hand impressions, jailbreaking of drone hardware, Ready Player One. More details and links with ...…
 
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Confessions Of A Drummer
 
A chat about finding the open spaces.@DrumConfessions on Twitter
 
They’re not a ‘group’ in the traditional sense; there’s no lead singer, no egotistical frontperson, no focal point and certainly no lead guitarist, yet despite this, (because of this?) Massive Attack are one of our most important groups. From Bristol, they’re a multicultural melting pot of accents, ideas and vision. Robert Del Naja, better know ...…
 
Joel P West is a songwriter, film composer and front man of The Tree Ring and Flood Coats. Joel is known for his scores for SHORT TERM 12, GRANDMA, and I AM NOT A HIPSTER. Joel’s work is heavily inspired by the wilderness and the wide open spaces of North America. His career spans over 10 years, with his original style being lent to the upcomin ...…
 
Today’s episode covers three trending topics that have been in the news lately. First, Pokémon Go — a throwback hot topic from last year — but new developments on a lawsuit involving Milwaukee County and Candy Lab games has brought augmented reality games and parks back into the limelight. The maker of the game Texas Rope ‘Em says it’s a first ...…
 
Authenticity is the key component of what makes social media so successful for businesses. Authentic social media is the modern day testimonial: It allows users to interact with businesses in real time, but also creates an open space for conversation and feedback.
 
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Open Spaces: Podcast
 
On this episode, how an 85-foot-deep cave in northern Wyoming perfectly preserves animals that fell into it thousands of years ago. And hear how the University of Wyoming is under investigation for its handling of sexual assault after a survivor filed a complaint with the Department of Education. Last winter’s brutal winter killed all the mule ...…
 
In this episode we interview Ron Morander, General Manager for Morgan’s Wonderland and Morgan’s Inspiration Island. In addition to the unique features of this waterpark (which include air-powered, water-safe wheelchairs), we cover funding, reaction from the community and beyond, and advice for others who are looking to include ultra-accessible ...…
 
Open Space Radio is your go to Podcast for learning about the latest trends and news in parks and recreation. This episode covers what you can expect to hear from us each week.
 
We have been brought up to be very suspicious of words like Dogma, Doctrine, and Orthodoxy. Many of us have an emotional reaction to those words - they sound rigid, unthinking, prejudice, old fashioned, the kinds of words that people with closed minds hold on to. And when these words are abused they can function that way. But it turns out that ...…
 
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House of Rossi Radio
 
Live interviews at Open Space
 
BSR Oklahoma Magazine Show BSR Program #202 – An Aspie and the game of golf (BSR Program #201 – For airing on KTLR, 890 AM and 103.7 FM in Oklahoma City, released under a Creative Commons license) NOTE: The following text is my working script. I sometimes make minor changes in the editing process that may be in the audio form of the show, but m ...…
 
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Expanded Perspectives
 
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how as the world population continues to rise and open space becomes more scarce, water might become the next human frontier, in the form of a floating city. Dutch researchers have a model for such livable space, which could include homes, farms and parks. The ne ...…
 
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Expanded Perspectives
 
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how as the world population continues to rise and open space becomes more scarce, water might become the next human frontier, in the form of a floating city. Dutch researchers have a model for such livable space, which could include homes, farms and parks. The ne ...…
 
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Open Spaces: Podcast
 
On this episode, we'll hear about a show that depicts a white settler getting skinned alive by Native Americans — who are played by white actors. Even though Wyoming has the most lenient food regulations, grass fed cattle producers are struggling to get their meat out to urban markets...even though ranchers say the state has the best quality be ...…
 
There are very few voices out there who would question the nearly panacea-like effects of adding more community greenspace. In popular media and academia, new research seems to be emerging daily documenting the significant health, developmental, biological and economic boon that investing in high-quality open space affords cities, and marquee p ...…
 
The spread of clean energy technologies is the wave of the future, but where exactly should wind and solar plants go? Nick sat down with Elizabeth Watson and Janet Christensen-Lewis, of the Kent Conservation and Preservation Alliance in Kent County, Maryland, to discuss their experience working to find alternative locations for wind turbines aw ...…
 
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NiftyFinety.com: All 50/90 Demos
 
So, this is what happened today. I'm not completely happy with the mix, but I had some damn issues with the recording. Problems of a poorly equipped home studio. Anyway, here it is. The first song of my Machinae Supremacy copycat act. (that could be the name of the band.)Unchained spirit of a chained loopAlways on time, always on point7.62 prin ...…
 
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Elora Road Christian Fellowship
 
We find ourselves praising God in the wide open spaces of grace and glory! Romans 5:2
 
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Private Passions
 
Dan Pearson discovered his passion for gardens very young, building landscapes for his toy trolls out of stones. He's now one of our most influential landscape designers, with work ranging from private gardens around the world - including Chatsworth - to the 600-acre Tokachi Forest Garden in northern Japan, and gardens in Manchester and London ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
Dan Pearson discovered his passion for gardens very young, building landscapes for his toy trolls out of stones. He's now one of our most influential landscape designers, with work ranging from private gardens around the world - including Chatsworth - to the 600-acre Tokachi Forest Garden in northern Japan, and gardens in Manchester and London ...…
 
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Aging GreatFULLy—with Gerontologist, Holley Kelley
 
When Lisa Barnett wrote The Infinite Wisdom of the Akashic Records, she knew that she had an instant success on her hands. Rocketing to bestseller, it helped people to understand that there is a universal archive of our infinite soul’s journey through the millennia and the dimensions. Furthermore, it can be accessed to understand and help cours ...…
 
Hello desk dozers, cubicle catnaps, open space snoozers, corner office conscious, home den dreamers and coffee shop slumbers. My name is Brock Armstrong and I am… not the Workplace Hero. That’s you! The point of creating this podcast was to make you into a Workplace Hero. I am merely along for the ride. You can think of me as a helpful hitchhik ...…
 
TRAVEL ITCH RADIO focuses on Mid-America July 6 as we travel to the great state of Kansas. Learn about the Sunflower State, the cowboy heritage, the wide-open spaces, and the spectacular sunsets when Kelli Hilliard of Kansas Tourism joins the show at 8p EDT. Listen live on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com as Dan Schlossberg and Priscilla Ann Willis ...…
 
Hey, Boss Babes! Today, we are stepping into our unique identities as leaders, and we are so pleased to welcome Anna Caroline Türk of Truth Circles as our leadership sherpa. Join us as Anna Caroline gently guides us toward finding our own medicine as leaders, the secret sauce that only we can offer the world. If you’ve been struggling to find, ...…
 
In this episode Kevin and Jon interview Andy Peck! They talk about Kevin’s trip to Andy’s awesome studio in Niles Michigan, how Andy utilizes his unique space, what Kevin learned on the trip, what Andy got out of Kevin’s visit, and what listeners can learn from Andy’s experience of opening a studio outside of a large music industry city. Topics ...…
 
Reignite your marriage at RGF's 2018 "Becoming ONE" Marriage Retreat, April 20th - 23rd. Registration is now open. Space is limited to 20 couples so reserve your spot today for as little as $150. https://www.restoringgodsfamily.com/registerBy info@restoringgodsfamily.com (Herb and Kennisha Moffett).
 
Bicycling and the Law Richard L. Duquette EP56 Recording Your Ride: Evidence and Liability Part 2 In this episode titled Recording Your Ride: Evidence and Liability Part 2, Richard Duquette focuses on police officers. Bicyclists typically get in touch with the police when they get into an accident. At other times, it could be the police themsel ...…
 
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