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The weekly PM for the Masses Podcast focuses on helping the Project Manager or aspiring Project Manager take their life and career to new levels. The host, Cesar Abeid, interviews Project Managers and other professionals who are doing extraordinary work and as a result are seeing fantastic results that push both their personal and professional life forward. Cesar takes what is working for these professionals and breaks it down into actionable items you can implement right away in your job or ...
 
In this series, international speaker and author Andy Kaufman, PMP shares lessons to help you radically improve your ability to deliver projects. Andy is the Host of The People and Projects Podcast, available at http://www.PeopleAndProjectsPodcast.com. This series is also available at http://www.free-project-management-videos.com.
 
Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers for project managers. Every first and third Tuesday of the month we have a conversation about what matters to you as a professional project manager. Andy Crowe and Bill Yates, both well respected thought leaders in the project management industry, cover subjects such as project management certification and doing the job of project management, as well as get inside the brains of some of the leaders in the industry and also hear your stor ...
 
Private message podcast is hosted by best friends and "Insta work wives", Sophie Milner and Gemma Talbot. After years of providing advice and answering questions on their Sunday Instagram Q&As the girls created PMP podcast to give their audiences a place to go for their unfiltered answers, undeniably real advice, and unapologetically honest stories.
 
Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.
 
Welcome to the top-rated project management podcast. Expert interviews, good practices and new developments in the field of project management, all tied together by our goal to give you the skills you need to stay in demand as a project manager. Your host, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM, interviews project management practitioners from around the world to learn what makes them and their projects successful. Each podcast episode includes actionable tips and advice for beginners and experts to h ...
 
This season, the show is going in new directions. There will still be plenty of discussions of project management and how it relates to small business and entrepreneurship. I will also discuss the struggles of entrepreneurs and small business with some specialized episodes and topics.
 
Straying a bit from the daily Mac OS Ken format, host Ken Ray takes his love of tech beyond the Mac... and beyond the PMP. Each week, Technocracy Radio brings a broad discussion of current trends and emerging technologies to San Francisco radio and the podcast world with interviews, guest co-hosts, financial analysis, and humor. Welcome to the world that's just around the corner.
 
PM Happy Hour is the place for frank and honest discussion about real world issues in project management. We do it in a way that’s not too dry, though it may get a bit salty from time to time. Each episode, your hosts Kim Essendrup and Kate Anderson we will cover a problem faced in project management today, and share practical advice, real-life examples and the occasional project horror story. Not only that, but every podcast is also an online class! Our host is a PMI Registered Education Pr ...
 
You've Got This is a podcast dedicated to helping academics and higher education professionals seek self-knowledge, playfully experiment, and live core values with intention. Tune in for insights, examples, and advice on topics such as meaningful productivity, boosting creativity, and much more.
 
Project Management Office Hours allows Project Management leaders from across the globe to share their Project Management story. Our focus is on the PEOPLE within the Project Management community and their unique experiences. Hosted by Joe Pusz, PMO Joe, Project Management Advocate, CEO & Founder of THE PMO SQUAD, and Co-founder of VPMMA, Veteran Project Manager Mentoring Alliance.
 
Back office support can make or break your contracting company. Let us move your contractor bookkeeping service off the roller coaster of pain onto the merry go round of peace of mind with our U.S.A. based outsourced contractors bookkeeping services and contractor success M.A.P.
 
The goal of this group is to Empower Project Managers, and people studying for the PMP test. Increase PM Knowledge Build Business Relationships Increase your effectiveness Increase your marketability Gain Professional Support We have Free Confcalls a month: 3rd Thurs: PM Best Practices - open to all! volunteers need to restart PM JOB SHOP, Weekly PMP Study Group
 
Hi, I'm Paul. This is my podcast where I teach people about productivity, business and self-improvement. I'm completely obsessed with productivity, automation, optimising my time and income so I can live on my terms. I now earn a living as a “virtual consultant” and love sharing what I've learned about how to grow successful and productive businesses. Enjoy the show!
 
Mission and Vision: The E6S-Methods podcast series is intended for the enthusiast or practitioner of quality, Lean, Six Sigma and other performance improvement tools. Its mission is to provide specific recommendations and different insights and approaches to some of the classic tools, as well as any new tools that may surface. Best practices, tips, and tricks will be shared as well as exploring multiple approaches to reach the same practical end. As this podcast grows in listener-ship, we wi ...
 
We have all heard it before, follow your passion! That’s cool, but what if your passion doesn’t pay the bills? Well, who says you have to choose between making a difference and making a profit? Welcome to the Purpose Meets Profit podcast! Hosted by two millennial entrepreneurs, Logan Cohen and Gerard Adams, who let their purpose drive them while they create viable businesses. Gerard is a serial entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist who continues to innovate even with multiple successful ...
 
For eight years the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has produced weekly content of the Pagan flavor. Continuously growing, PMPC now offers a wide selection of news, views, music, and information to the Global Pagan community.Line-Up: Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess, Sundays at 7pm Central. Musica Pagani with RevKess (currently on hiatus). Pagan Weekly News with RevKess and KaliSara, Thursdays at 10pm Central. The Maiden, Mother, and Crone of Green Egg joined the line-up in 2015 ...
 
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In the last 10 years, the number of apps the average knowledge worker uses to do their work has exploded. And a lot of these apps come with ‘inboxes’ i.e. places you have to check to see what changed the last time you used the app. When you stop and think about it, so much of our day is spent checking these inboxes: So, how do you keep up with all …
 
Amir the photographic artist and prof (see amirzaki.net) joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to consider decision making in picture taking, how our purposes for photography have changed with the advent of new technologies, iconic images, witnessing vs. intervening, capturing the particular vs. the universal, and more. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. He…
 
TIK TOK IS BANNED!!!! This Sunday Tik Tok will no longer be available on the App Store (what a shame). Also there is life on penis, I mean Venus. Also Cardi B got divorced, next gen games are $70, PS5 juicy showcase, and Nintendo’s new console will arrive within the century so quicker than usual actually.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: T…
 
نحتاج نعرف عن الشهادات الإحترافية اكثر, بالأخص مع وجود اراء مختلفة في الساحة, وهل يستحق كثير من حديثين التخرج الحصول على هذه الشهادات ؟ وما هو سبب انخفاض اسعار الدورات في الفترة الأخيرة يجاوب ضيفنا المدرب والمؤلف ناصر المحيميد عن أمور كثيرة حاصلة في السوق حالياً بدينا فيها عن بداياته وتجربته في هذا المجال, ودردشنا بوضع السوق الحالي, ومستقبل التدريب…
 
Mark, Erica and Brian (all manga noobs) are joined by Japanese Studies prof. Deborah Shamoon to talk about barriers for Americans to appreciate manga, different manga types (Deborah works on shojo manga, i.e. for girls), Osamu Tezuka (the "god of comics" who created Astro Boy et al), classic vs. new manga, gender portrayals, and more. For more, vis…
 
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk to Jason Dunn PE, PMP, Vice President at BRPH, who serves as the VP of Project Management as well as Chief Risk Officer (CRO). Jason talks about everything you need to know about obtaining the PMP certification, and tells us how getting his Project Management […] The post TCEP 152: PMP Exam P…
 
In this episode, I mention the following: Project Management Institute Master of Project Academy (where I found my required training course) Blend by Design my coach training program Prolific, my online community devoted to meaningful productivity come find me on Instagram Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and t…
 
In this rebroadcast. Doug talks to Chris of DIY Themes. Focus WordPress Theme DIYPlugins Chris on Youtube Outdoor clothing store in Leadville: Melanzana Contact me. Ask Questions! Send me an email here: feedback@doug.show Leave a voicemail: (406) 813-0613By Callie Milen
 
On Gottfried Leibniz’s Theodicy (1710). Why does God allow so many bad things to happen? Leibniz thought that by the definition of God, whatever He created must be the best of all possible worlds, and his theodicy presents numerous arguments to try to make that not so counter-intuitive given how less-than-perfect the world seems to us. Subscribe to…
 
On Gottfried Leibniz’s Theodicy (1710). Why does God allow so many bad things to happen? Leibniz thought that by the definition of God, whatever He created must be the best of all possible worlds, and his theodicy presents numerous arguments to try to make that not so counter-intuitive given how less-than-perfect the world seems to us. Part two of …
 
On Gottfried Leibniz’s Theodicy (1710). Why does God allow so many bad things to happen? Leibniz thought that by the definition of God, whatever He created must be the best of all possible worlds, and his theodicy presents numerous arguments to try to make that not so counter-intuitive given how less-than-perfect the world seems to us. Part two of …
 
Play Now: Sorry. Your browser cannot play this video. A few weeks ago, Cornelius Fichtner was interviewed by Martin Berneburg and Oliver Lehmann of the Project Business Foundation about his career as a project manager, project leader and experience in project busines management. This is part 2 of the interview, and here is the announcement: For man…
 
Future-Prepping Your Career Something we all need to wrestle with is this: how are we preparing ourselves for the future? With the continuing advancements in AI and automation, how can you continue to set yourself up to be relevant in a future of disruptions? Michael Solomon joins us to talk about his new book Game Changer: How to be 10x in the Tal…
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 0386, And It's About Costly Bookkeeping Mistakes That Kill Profit And Growth Most construction business owners like you understand that effective financial management is key to your success. But lack of knowledge, frustration, and even avoidance can add up to your bookkeeping mistakes that derail future company growth…
 
In 1919, the world seemed to have descended into anarchy. World War I had killed millions and profoundly altered the international order. Four empires, along with their aristocracies, had disintegrated. Russia was in a state of civil war, and Ireland was on the verge of its own. It’s these events that helped inspire William Butler Yeats’ poem “The …
 
In 1919, the world seemed to have descended into anarchy. World War I had killed millions and profoundly altered the international order. Four empires, along with their aristocracies, had disintegrated. Russia was in a state of civil war, and Ireland was on the verge of its own. It’s these events that helped inspire William Butler Yeats’ poem “The …
 
In 1919, the world seemed to have descended into anarchy. World War I had killed millions and profoundly altered the international order. Four empires, along with their aristocracies, had disintegrated. Russia was in a state of civil war, and Ireland was on the verge of its own. It’s these events that helped inspire William Butler Yeats’ poem “The …
 
Doug and his wife took a digital detox and escaped to the mountains. Doug rambles about that and swimming topless in an alpine lake (VLOG coming soon!). He also answers a few questions about affiliate marketing and SEO. Interested in learning more: 431 Articles in 152 Days How Long to Get Traffic? 1000 Day Rule TMBA 1000 Day Rule on the Doug Show T…
 
In this episode, I mention the following: the YTT program I'm participating in the PMP exam that I'm studying for accrediting my coach training program Learn more about my products and services: my 1:1 coaching practice my group coaching programs my coach training program Prolific, my online community devoted to meaningful productivity the Blend by…
 
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk to Ron Burg, P.E., the Executive Vice President of the American Concrete Institute, also known as ACI. Ron discusses some interesting trends in the world of concrete, but also provides some important strategies for career development for civil engineering professionals based on his long and […
 
Mark, Erica and Brian (all manga noobs) are joined by Japanese Studies prof. Deborah Shamoon to talk about barriers for Americans to appreciate manga, different manga types (Deborah works on shojo manga, i.e. for girls), Osamu Tezuka (the "god of comics" who created Astro Boy et al), classic vs. new manga, gender portrayals, and more. For more, vis…
 
An interview that Mercedes and I did on a short-lived podcast called "Single Parenting - Staying Sane" from Carla-Jo Geraghty. She was kind enough to donate this audio to us. This week's Patreon episode - I Am Allowed to Have Boundaries - https://www.patreon.com/justinlmft Building Safety Anchors course - https://www.justinlmft.com/challenges…
 
We're releasing JUST THIS ONE Nightcap to the wider public so induce you all to go support us and so gain the ability to hear these free-wheeling, feeling-sharing, email-reading fiestas between every regular episode. This time we gripe about Habermas and reflect on what secondary sources we use. We consider whether to have an episode on anarchism a…
 
We're releasing JUST THIS ONE Nightcap to the wider public so induce you all to go support us and so gain the ability to hear these free-wheeling, feeling-sharing, email-reading fiestas between every regular episode. This time we gripe about Habermas and reflect on what secondary sources we use. We consider whether to have an episode on anarchism a…
 
We're releasing JUST THIS ONE Nightcap to the wider public so induce you all to go support us and so gain the ability to hear these free-wheeling, feeling-sharing, email-reading fiestas between every regular episode. This time we gripe about Habermas and reflect on what secondary sources we use. We consider whether to have an episode on anarchism a…
 
Susan tells us why perfectionism is debilitating and it is okay to not have all the answers. Leaders need to stay connected to team members and recognize each individual is unique and has different leadership needs. Invest in people’s growth and let your team know you believe in them and their expertise.…
 
Doug talks to Roxanne about her accomplishments and her goals for financial independence. Finance Rox on YouTube Roxanne on Emergency Funds Roxanne’s Blog Interested in all things FI? Check out these interviews: Saving a Million Bucks. Retired at 43. Mr 1500, Carl Jensen – Financial Independence – DS117 Flipping Houses, Financial Independence, and …
 
If you'd like to hear more of the discussion on Jürgen Habermas' "Actions, Speech Acts, Linguistically Mediated Interactions, and the Lifeworld" (1998) that we started in part one, you'll need to go sign up at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support. We're just sharing a few minutes of part two here to get you all hot and bothered. You're welcome!…
 
If you'd like to hear more of the discussion on Jürgen Habermas' "Actions, Speech Acts, Linguistically Mediated Interactions, and the Lifeworld" (1998) that we started in part one, you'll need to go sign up at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support. We're just sharing a few minutes of part two here to get you all hot and bothered. You're welcome!…
 
This week, Ricardo presents the last episode about the engineering culture created by Spotify to manage and deliver projects. The Spotify model aims to shape a culture of self-organized, autonomous teams, where independence and alignment combined with a strong focus on people and motivation aim to bring agility at scale with fast decoupled releases…
 
I love tracking stuff. Whether it’s using my Apple Watch to track my fitness and sleep, or tracking my time using a tool like Timing (affiliate link). And when it comes to tracking personal finances, I love using Pocketsmith (affiliate link) to see what’s going on with our finances. Pocketsmith is a personal finance tracker that works by connecting…
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with Matthew G. Dick, author of SEED: A Hard Science Fiction Novel about Survival, Colonization, and Leadership. Matthew is an experienced engineering manager who recently completed his first novel. He shares his experience writing the book, how he balanced work with a major side project, and how he has develo…
 
Advocate for Women in Project Management I'm excited to share this conversation with my friend Elise Stevens. Her work advocating for women in project management is an inspiration to me personally, and the insights she shares today are helpful to both men and women. Learn more about Elise at elisestevens.co. Join Us for our Virtual Project Manageme…
 
If you haven't listened to their episodes, you'll get some great resources to help you out in your journey as an entrepreneur. In this edition of resources: TheBikerPM 2-1 - James Pollard TheBikerPM 2-3 - Alan Zucker TheBikerPM 2-4 - Veronica Kirin TheBikerPM 2-5 - Marty Fahncke TheBikerPM 2-6 - Chris Kaiser TheBikerPM 2-7 - Najeeb Khan TheBikerPM …
 
This Podcast Is Episode Number 0385, And It's About Contractor Clients' Four Critical Words That Leads To Change Orders Are you sick and tired of customers continually changing stuff on you and creating delays or extra work? Is your customer leaving you "love notes" regarding minor changes they would like to make on the counter or someplace you can…
 
Do we owe parents our gratitude for our upbringing? What if they haven’t done such a great job? And anyway, perhaps we inevitably resent all the forces that have shaped the characters that confine and limit us. If so, the quest for filial gratitude is ultimately hopeless. It could even be a kind of madness: a foolish attempt to transcend the same f…
 
Doug talks to Alex from WP Eagle. They answer some questions, discuss a public case study, KW Research, and loads of other things! WP Eagle YouTube Channel Niche Website Builders set up an exclusive offer for the Niche Site Project community. Get 10% more content for content orders Get 10% more content on Done For You websites Save 10% of link buil…
 
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