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Close Reads is a book-club podcast for the incurable reader. Hosted by David Kern and featuring Tim McIntosh and Heidi White, alongside a couple of other occasional guests, we read Great Books and talk about them. This is a show for amateurs in the best sense. We’re book lovers, book enthusiasts. This is not an experts show and it’s barely literary analysis in the way that literary analysis is commonly understood. Instead it’s a show about experiences with literary urge. Join us! Close Reads ...
 
Each interview contains 3 big ideas to transform your life or business. We believe each idea shared can be transformational for you or your business growth. Each week you'll get our positive news that transforms lives. These big ideas help to inspire people to live more abundant lives. This show is hosted by military veteran and entrepreneur, Jeremy C. Jones. He has interviewed 180+ experts including Gary Vaynerchuk, Bob Burg, Ivan Misner, John David Mann, Rob Basso, and many more.
 
“Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will stand before kings; He will not stand before obscure men.” Proverbs 22:29 I am a Christian, and I do my best to think only on what is “true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and praiseworthy” (Phil 4:8). It’s hard to find media out there these days that adheres to these standards… and when it does, more often than not, it isn’t very good! I think this is why many of us have given up and just accepted what’s available in main ...
 
What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.
 
Procurement Zen is the podcast for anyone interested in negotiation and procurement. I share valuable tools, negotiation approaches, book reviews and interviews with seasoned negotiation pros. You will discover new findings and discuss ideas and new approaches to the world of negotiation. Kick your career to the next level with insights that help you win approaches that will help you achieve your desired negotiation results.
 
A podcast about making the most of our 30s. Armed with coffee, Andrew and Carter work through the difficulties of being "responsible" adults, learning and experimenting their way through the decade you're supposed to have it all figured out. Except they don't.
 
⬇️DRUMKOON.COM⬇️Prolific composer of Handpan & Steel Tongue Drum music, candidly opening up about his real life experiences, faith, thoughts and convictions. DISCLAIMER: The podcast maker is not liable to any person or entity with respect to subject matter contained herein because of the possibility of human and mechanical error as well as other factors. The podcast is published on an “as is” and “as available” basis without representation or warranty of any kind, for commentary, scholarship ...
 
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Mindy Mejia enjoys propulsive, fast-paced books with strong characters—and she writes them, too! Mindy writes thrillers, or as she calls them “murdery books,” but she reads from a whole banquet of literature. Anne got to talk with her about setting reading intentions, sampling books—which, as you’ll hear, is a bit of a euphemism—and learning about …
 
You are about to enter the Courtroom of Judge Meatball Sub and Judge Veggie Delight with Egg. The authors are real. The stories are not. The rulings are not exactly final. This is TBC Porn Court. Content Warnings: In addition to our usual barnyard language, today we're reviewing erotica and that will include discussions of centaur-and-human sex and…
 
This week, Misty shares the Harper's Bazaar article: Men Have No Friends and Women Bear the Burden by Melanie Hamlett. You can read the full article here. Make sure to check out our Patreon for ways to support the podcast (and get exclusive perks!) and don't forget to grab your GHY merch, too!By Misty Stinnett & Lisa Linke
 
This week, we're talking about Bloody Hell, Gwendolyn Kiste's Boneset & Feathers, the indie RPG video game Oromi, and John Carpenter's latest album, Lost Themes III. Then, we travel to Santa Fe to investigate a case of Killer Flies for our in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion of Mark Kendall's 1983 horror novel, recently reissued by Encyclopocalypse…
 
Today Anne is talking with Jake Sloofman, an arborist living in Brooklyn. They discuss his big reading goal, the pressure to read “serious literature,” and how to alternate light and heavy reads for a balanced reading life. So Anne serves up a mix of weighty literature and frothy “palate cleanser” books to keep things balanced. View the full list o…
 
On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Misty and Lisa discuss how to ask for help. The article from The Bottom Line Personal interviewed Wayne E. Baker, PhD, School of Business at University of Michigan. Check out his website for more information. Make sure to check out our Patreon community and grab some GHY merch, too. Thanks for supporting Go Help …
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: As business leaders, our new, recently graduated, employees really need our help and mentorship. They aren't taught how to be successful while in school. Starting Strong, its a huge factor in success of any endeavor. Invest in all aspects of your life for the long haul (financial, career, fitness, relationship…
 
This week, Lisa and Misty conclude their review of the #1 New York Times bestseller Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. Bill Burnett is the Executive Director of the Design Program at Stanford as well as an adjunct professor in mechanical engineering. He got his BS and MS in Product Design at …
 
Hunky boys Richard Gerlach and Matt Brandenburg discuss the recently released horror flick, PG: Psycho Goreman, while Michael Patrick Hicks delivers his review of Rio Youers's crime caper novel, Lola on Fire. They also talk about Encyclopocalypse Publications, Shudder's The Queen of Black Magic, and the fourth episode of WandaVision. Then, they ste…
 
Sherlock Holmes: The Red-Headed League #AprilFools 2021 reviewed by Lani, age 12, Chaska, age 13 and Mirabel, age 8 Welcome to another April Fools episode of Book Power for Vets! Wait what? Chaska, Lani and Mirabel team up to review a classic mystery, but everything is not as it seems. Can the Power kids solve the mystery of who re-wrote the script…
 
On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Misty and Lisa discuss what documents to shred, courtesy of you guessed it: The Bottom Line Personal (March 1, 2020 issue). You can also listen to Sav's musical podcast In Strange Woods right here! Make sure to check out our Patreon community and grab some GHY merch, too. Thanks for supporting Go Help Yourself!…
 
We have finally heeded the call of numerous listeners and read one of Onision's books. This week, we discuss his third book from 2018, Reaper's Creek. Topline takeaways: (1) this work needs extensive plot re-development and technical editing not just from the author himself, but from hired professionals and (2) the author needs to deal more maturel…
 
Our old friend Karen Swallow Prior is back to discuss one of the great book in Western literature, Charlotte Bronte's gothic novel, Jane Eyre. In this episode, she joins David and Heidi to discuss the context of his novel, its historical place, Jane's unique voice, Charlotte Bronte's life, and much more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
This week, Lisa and Misty review the #1 New York Times bestseller Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. Bill Burnett is the Executive Director of the Design Program at Stanford as well as an adjunct professor in mechanical engineering. He got his BS and MS in Product Design at Stanford and has w…
 
Author Mike Thorn (Shelter for the Damned) joins us for a spoiler-filled discussion of the 1843 short story, "The Black Cat," by Edgar Allan Poe. Before that, though, we each discuss our Week In Horror with brief reviews of John Lees's latest comic series Hotell, Sci-Fi & Scary's body horror anthology Twisted Anatomy, Alien: The Cold Forge by Alex …
 
Podcast producer and PhD student Sara Aeder always finds time for reading, thanks to audiobooks and a passion for turning the pages. She has a special fondness for books that explore the “exquisite pain of a teenage crush” and let her live vicariously through fictional drama, but Sara’s taste in books goes way beyond young adult lit. Today on the p…
 
On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Lisa is joined by Kate Cohen to talk about what to do if and when someone gives you a self-help book that you didn't ask for. The book she mentions, Going Solo In The Kitchen, can be found here. Make sure to check out our Patreon community and grab some GHY merch, too. Thanks for supporting Go Help Yourself!…
 
This week, Lisa is joined by special guest Kate Cohen to present the New York Times bestseller Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. Kate Cohen has a master’s in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University. She’s a longtime friend of Lisa’s as they met doing improv in Chicago. When she’s not making peopl…
 
This week, we're drilling deep into Adam Nevill's "Yellow Teeth," as printed in his story collection Some Will Not Sleep: Selected Horrors. Our Week in Horror discussion centers around John Lees's comic book Mountainhead, Andrew J. Stone's All Hail the House Gods, and John Wayne Communale's Mage of the Hellmouth. Then, we discuss the premiere episo…
 
How do you manage your reading life when you have many books you NEED to read, and many more you'd LIKE to read, just for you? In today's episode we're diving into that question with Brigid Misselhorn, a self-described "book club addict" who offers insight into this highly relatable question. Bonus: Brigid describes herself as a "naturally slow" re…
 
In the first two-book episode of TBC, Archangel Parisael and Archangel Christophatron sing to the angels and try the breath-tap method. Amidst the angels, crystal caves, and dolphins, we discover how well-intentioned advice can be ruined by poor organization and associations with dubious claims/scams.…
 
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