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Explore hundreds of lectures by scientists, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and more through The Long Now Foundation's award-winning lecture series, curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog). Recorded live in San Francisco each month since 02003, past speakers include Brian Eno, Neil Gaiman, Sylvia Earle, Daniel Kahneman, Jennifer Pahlka, Steven Johnson, and many more. Watch video of these talks and learn more about our projects at Longn ...
 
A long-term thinking lecture series from The Long Now Foundation: these hour long talks are recorded live at The Interval, our bar / cafe / museum in San Francisco. Since 02014 this series has presented artists, authors, entrepreneurs, scientists (and more) taking a long-term perspective on subjects like art, design, history, nature, technology, and time. You can learn more about The Interval and this series at theinterval.org, where we have full videos of the talks on this podcast.
 
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Aging Starts Now

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Aging Starts Now

Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law

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On this weekly podcast, members of the Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law team discuss the tools, techniques, strategies, and services that will help you respond with confidence to the legal, financial, and personal challenges created by long life, chronic illness, and disability.
 
Portland Food Adventures founder Chris Angelus and long time radio host Cort Johnson invite the region’s most prominent tastemakers to discuss how they got from there to here (including their "Right at the Fork" moments"). Long-form interviews with the unique people who converged in Portland to make it a great place to eat and drink, along with soundbites and restaurant reports make this the podcast to listen to if you're into one of the most happening food scenes in the world.
 
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The Naked Geek

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The Naked Geek

RogueSpirit Podcasting Solutions

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Sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes: they have been a constant companion whether it be books, comics, movies, or tv. To some it's just disposable entertainment - but you know better! Once a week, veteran podcaster and lifelong geek David Monteith invites you on a journey, where, with a little help from a friend now and again, we can explore vulnerability, meaning and purpose through the lens of a life lived in Geekdom. Don't worry, he won't actually be naked...It's a metaphor!
 
Join Lisa "Love "Janes host as she interviews everyday Christian people and listen in on how they walked through circumstances with a joy that comes only from knowing where your help comes from. God knows how to set up people for places only he has prepared. Undignified Joy wants to bring a smile to your face and encouragement to have Joy in the midst of walking through any trial. Lisa"love" Janes our host and her life long friend Scott Coblentz will have surprising conversations in-store ev ...
 
My name is Mike Knoche and I’m a general contractor and reformed remodeler representing Zone 8 in Fairbanks, Alaska, I’m on a mission to catalyze the conversation in construction and give a platform to voices from across the industry at all levels of experience. The TCH podcast is a distillation of nearly 1000 years of collective construction industry knowledge and experiences through discussions with my guests over 102 episodes. It’s a grass roots effort to share knowledge, empower contract ...
 
Homeschool Lifestyle * Coaching * Motherhood * Parenting * Homemaking Do you wish you could feel confident in your homeschool decisions? Are you concerned that you aren’t doing it right? Do you wish you could get answers to all your homeschooling questions? Are you struggling to balance all your roles in this season of life? In this podcast, you will find tactical and realistic solutions to set you free from the concerns and stress of whether you are doing the right things. My mission is to ...
 
If you are an Amazon seller, ecommerce entrepreneur, ebay seller or you want to learn how to sell online this Podcast is for YOU! What is an Awesomer? An Awesomer is someone who through a series of long-term actions and behaviors has demonstrated that they are not satisfied with normal. They are achievers to a penultimate degree in their own industry specialty or area of interest. There are no monetary criteria to be an Awesomer, in fact, many mega-wealthy people are not Awesomers. Some of t ...
 
TeTe & Espresso is a 2 minutes podcast, 3 days a week, that will get your day started the perfect way, with a positive jolt. With weekly themes, 1 minute is spent talking about the daily topic, and 1 minute is spent on energetic affirmations...The best way to start your day. Orphanage work inspired this podcast. I have a working plan in motion to install surround sound in orphanages, where I currently go to in Mexico, where I will be programing their brains for success and happiness. While b ...
 
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What is the role and purpose of Anthropology today? Wade Davis looks back at the pioneering work of Franz Boas in the early 20th century that upended long-held Western assumptions on race & gender, along with definitions of "social progress". Boas and his students used comparative ethnography to advance “cultural relativism”-- the idea that every c…
 
Upon his Beard nomination for bed Chef NW last year, we were honored to have Jonathan Jones on our podcast. Now that the second JBF nom has come his way, and after moving his Salem restaurant's location, we thought it would be worthwhile to revisit our interview with Chef Jones from March of 2022. Jonathan Jones of Salem's Epilogue Kitchen and Cock…
 
Hey, Friend! Did you know that there are different styles and ways of homeschooling? Are you feeling lost on which one you should be doing? Let's clear away that confusion and chat about the 9 most common homeschool styles. This is an important step in knowing the best way to homeschool your children. Once you have this figured out, you'll have a b…
 
Dr. Louis Sullivan’s leadership and advocacy for equity in the health professions have taken him from the classroom to the seats of power in Washington. He reflects on his own journey and the challenges that still exist in training people of color to become doctors and for other medical roles. Dr. Sullivan believes, “It’s a combination of a lack of…
 
Do you think end-of-life planning is for old people? Professionals say it is a conversation that should begin at age 18. Partner and certified elder law attorney, Barbara McGinnis speaks with Donna Cella, a registered nurse, board certified patient advocate, and founder of ElderCARE, LLC, about end-of-life planning.…
 
In this episode, Steve will talk about SOURCING, how it works and how the trip to Vietnam on April with Catalyst88. PLUS, Steve will be giving away a Scholarship ticket!Why Steve is excited to Source in Vietnam? Are you looking to diversify your sourcing options and protect your business from the unpredictable risks associated with China? The follo…
 
Hey, Friend! As homeschool moms, we tend to put a huge emphasis on our children and educating them. And rightly so. But did you know that it could have a huge impact upon our marriage: for better or for worse. {no pun intended} When the days of homeschooling are over and our children have moved out, wouldn’t it be amazing to look over at our husban…
 
Urbanist, researcher and writer Johanna Hoffman joins us to talk about speculative futures -- a powerful set of tools that can reorient urban development help us dream and build more resilient, equitable cities. Navigating modern change depends on imagining futures we’ve never seen. Urban planning and design should be well positioned to spearhead t…
 
Urbanist, researcher and writer Johanna Hoffman joins us to talk about speculative futures -- a powerful set of tools that can reorient urban development help us dream and build more resilient, equitable cities. Navigating modern change depends on imagining futures we’ve never seen. Urban planning and design should be well positioned to spearhead t…
 
Chef Lisa Schroeder of Mother's Bistro has had a very challenging few years. The most recent upset was when her bank wouldn't honor refunding the money on checks written to her bank account number under someone else's name, simply because she didn't report the problem soon enough. This comes on the heels of a tumultuous few years after 23 years in …
 
We are launching this episode called "Chairman's Circle" - a circle created 10+ years ago. These episodes will talk or discuss random rants about important topics that help reinforce important lessons for leaders and build value in the concept of the Chairman’s Circle.The goal of the Chairman Circle is for Steve to help Companies with a strategic v…
 
Hey, Friend! As a homeschool mom, you probably see the school bus drive past your house…maybe even multiple times a day…and you wonder, “Would that be easier?” I know I have. Many times. But, it was when I took a step back and looked at this decision from a different angle that I gained the clarity and a better frame of mind. And I am sharing that …
 
A top World Health Organization public health official is adding nuance to the agency’s call for more transparency from China, which is coping with a crippling COVID-19 outbreak since it ended its zero-COVID policy last month. Maria Van Kerkhove, Ph.D., WHO Technical Lead for COVID-19 Response, tells “Conversations on Health Care” that “We really n…
 
Hey, Friend! We’re always told we need to exercise and eat healthy. But realistically, how do homeschool moms fit that into our day to day? Today, we’re chatting with Kristen Noriega from Baby Weight Nutritionist on how to create the habit of movement, healthy eating, and the right mindset into our busy days. She also drops a few diet culture bombs…
 
Robot ethicist Kate Darling offers a nuanced and smart take on our relationships to robots and the increasing presence they will have in our lives. From a social, legal, and ethical perspective, she shows that our current ways of thinking don’t leave room for the robot technology that is soon to become part of our everyday routines. Robots are like…
 
Joel Gunderson comes by RATF to talk about his second venture with Chef Aaron Barnett, Heavenly Creatures. Joel talks how the pandemic has reshaped hospitality, and also resets Portland back to something that resembles the spirit of 2010, when he and Barnett opened Restaurant St. Jack. Joel reminisces about meeting Aaron while partying and how Aaro…
 
Dr. Richard Besser, who once led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, doesn’t believe the recently enacted U.S. COVID testing requirement for anyone arriving from China will have much of an impact. Besser, who is currently president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, says he feels such actions are often “more for show than tr…
 
Hey, Friend! Are you feeling drawn to less {or no technology} in your homeschool? But it feels like a crazy idea, even though it’s what your heart is screaming at you. Or maybe you’re curious as to why and how someone would choose to limit technology as they home educate their children. Listen in as I share our experience with technology, as well a…
 
Hey, Friend! We’ve all been there. If not today, then yesterday. Or tomorrow. We have so much to do each day and our heart really wants us to stay consistent. And then the reality of each day hits us: lessons, chores, meltdowns, places to be, and so on. How can we realistically stay consistent as a homeschool mom? In this episode, I am sharing 4 pr…
 
We start out 2023, Right at the Fork's 10th season streaming with in-depth interviews with the players in the Portland food scene, with a new series called "Where Are They Now?" Sarah Hart, formerly of Alma Chocolate, joins us this time as a seasoned Psychotherapist. She left the business when she sold Alma to Moonstruck Chocolate a few years back.…
 
Forest Ecologist Suzanne Simard reveals that trees are part of a complex, interdependent circle of life; that forests are social, cooperative creatures connected through underground mycorrhizal networks by which trees communicate their vitality and vulnerabilities, and share and exchange resources and support. Simard's extraordinary research and te…
 
Hey, Friend! Everyone says that you can't make mistakes with homeschooling. Ummm...anyone who has homeschooled realizes this isn't true. Yes, we can learn from our mistakes: I'm living proof of that! But we have to recognize these homeschool mistakes first in order to make changes. Let's have an open and honest conversation about the 3 worst mistak…
 
The health care public policy debates that swirled in 2022 will continue to make news in 2023. These issues ranged from the Dobbs abortion decision to the outcome of the midterm elections. Many of the nation’s leading experts joined “Conversations on Health Care” during the past 12 months to share their perspectives. Join hosts Mark Masselli and Ma…
 
Did you visit loved ones over the holidays? Did you notice any red flags? Elder Care Coordinator and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Debra King speaks with Outreach Coordinator and PAC Certified Independent Trainor Dana Hentschel about the holidays and signs your parents may need more assistance.By Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law
 
Hey, Friend! Welcome back to homeschool after the Christmas break! Are you ready? Whether you are feeling fresh and excited to begin the second half of your homeschool year or whether you are starting back up with your feet dragging, let's be intentional about starting back up. Using two simple steps, I'm going to share with you how to reset your h…
 
It is sad to say goodbye but we know this is not a Goodbye for us. This is last episode to wrap up 2022 - saying goodbye to 2022 and saying hello to 2023.Time Management is one of the valuable ways to say hi and hello and welcome 2023 with a bang!in this last and final episode of Founder Foundations, Steve talks about Time Management as the process…
 
"CONFLICT MANAGEMENT is the process by which disputes are resolved, where negative results are minimized, and positive results are prioritized. This critical management skill involves using different tactics such as negotiation, and creative thinking, depending on the situation."In this 2nd to the last episode of Founder Foundations, Steve talks ab…
 
We are coming up near the very end and today's episode is the first of the last three.Steve will talk about Building Position Agreements inside the Company. This is intended to be far looking and in fact, there may be some positions that are still empty or does not exist yet. Creating a 5-year objective for the Business will help you create Positio…
 
Hey, Friend! Here we are: the last week of the year. Can you even believe it? This is a really great time for homeschool moms to take a few moments to think back on the previous year. In order to make any changes or shifts in our life, we need to take the time to really sit in the real emotions from the past 365 days. But how do we do that in a pra…
 
Coaching and Mentoring - What does that mean?In this episode, Steve will share with us what his thoughts are about Coaching and mentoring an employee and why it will make them more valuable to your organization so they can develop, hone and enhance their skills—both professionally and personally. By being interested in the growth of your staff, you…
 
How can you sue someone for medical malpractice? These are calls that we get from upset family members wanting to sue the hospital or nursing home. As that is not our type of law practice, we decided to talk with an expert in the field. In this episode Partner and VA Accredited Attorney Chris Johnson chats with Medical Malpractice Attorney Clint Ke…
 
We’re proud to have again served as a platform for trusted, informed experts during the third year of the pandemic. This week “Conversations on Health Care” looks back on some of the most insightful comments from doctors and scientists who are on the frontlines of fighting COVID. In addition to NIH’s Dr. Anthony Fauci we had as our guests Dr. Peter…
 
What are Business Development Meetings (BDM) and Why are they important?In today's episode, Steve will walk us through what BDM's are and why it is so important in every emerging organization and teams. The goal of each meeting is to discuss other matters with the employee or team members the plans they have for each week, roadblocks that hampers t…
 
WHAT IS A FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION AND ITS TYPE?In this episode, Steve will walk us through the different types and functions of an organizational structure and why is it important to organize a company into different departments based on the area of expertise.The main advantage of having a Functional Organization is that each department focus on on…
 
Hey, Friend! Whether you are worn out from the Christmas holiday or are on a high from the holiday and looking forward to New Year's, let's still be intentional with our family. Us homeschool moms tend to lean into this week between the two holidays and seek some refreshment and quieter days. But let's not let the opportunity to bond with our famil…
 
In today's episode, Steve talks about SYSTEMIC MANAGEMENT that will help every Founder and manager achieve the desired goals in most aspects of the business.Is it reasonable that everything on Planet Earth can be a system? YES!Building a system = reasonable and predictable results, a Formula that Steve shared in Seller Systems and Seller Cruise to …
 
What is management system?According to https://www.iso.org › management-system-standards, "A management system is the way in which an organization manages the interrelated parts of its business in order to achieve its objectives".In Today's episode, Steve will share with us his thoughts about Management system and why it is important to have an eff…
 
What is Strategic Financial Management and why is it important?According to https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/strategic-financial-management.asp, "Strategic financial management means not only managing a company's finances but managing them with the intention to succeed—that is, to attain the company's long-term goals and objectives and maximize…
 
Our most frequent guest Gary the Foodie joins us to round out a year where he hasn't traveled to other cities as much as he has historically, so we'll hear about his favorite Portland spots and what he's looking forward to going forward. We will discuss his objectivity toward his friends' restaurants, namely Gregory Gourdet's Kann and Ryan and Elen…
 
According to Brian Tracy, "Your business will be successful, generating steady, predictable sales and cash flow, to the exact degree to which you develop systems that put as much of your business on autopilot as possible". Until our business control level is systematized, it exists largely in the mind of the individual who knows how to do it. As a …
 
Most businesses fail because the lack of Cash Capitalization and “Cash Flow Management and Systemization” is not the most exciting aspect of their business.In today's episode, Steve talks about Cash Flow in the deeper sense of it as this is the fuel that operates the business. Businesses stand a better chance of surviving critical business juncture…
 
Attorney Chris Johnson chats with Emily Adamopoulos a pharmacist and owner of HomeCare Pharmacy of Hendersonville. How do smaller independent pharmacies differ from larger chain pharmacies? How can HomeCare Pharmacy of Hendersonville make life easier for seniors? To learn more, visit www.homecarepharmacytn.com.…
 
Budget Systemization - What is it?In this episode, Steve talks about a very "sexy" topic. We often discuss budgeting in our firm, and I often write about budgeting because it is such an important topic in any company. Good news: Valuable strategic element of the businessbad News: IT TAKES WORKHaving a budget will help you manage your business and w…
 
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