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Typography Dojo is the place where we explore the traditions and techniques in the practice of type and typography with lessons and insights from visual design masters. Join me to learn more about typesetting, readability, hand lettering, editorial design, type design, Calligraphy, logo design and how they improve graphic communication.
 
Arabic Calligraphy is one of the most beautiful handwriting in the history. It has unique flexibility of drawing letters and words when combine all to gather to create beautiful piece of artwork. Also, when its come to the handwriting Arabic calligraphy is one of the most stylistic scripts in history as far as I know. For example one style has about 12-15 styles that is call Kufi
 
There is a BIG trend brewing that’s revolutionizing the way business is being done. Big companies like Netflix, Amazon, Apple and traditional companies like Walmart are jumping on this too. But so are thousands of others - and they’re doing it by shifting to a recurring revenue model. Meaning, more entrepreneurs than ever before have found a way to incorporate a membership or monthly subscription into their business model - and it’s transforming the way they operate forever. No longer do the ...
 
What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Studio 78 is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs who want to learn how to make money from their passion (as a part-time or full-time endeavor). The studio is filled with a diverse set of stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things. They share how they’ve achieved success through self-development, productivity, marketing, and determination. Nache Snow encourages you to find and pursue your passion through self-discovery, positive min ...
 
"The Visual Past” showcases the latest research by scholars who explore the visual, spatial, and material culture that shaped the Ottoman world. The series will address not only objects, images, and calligraphy, but also works of architecture that were themselves contexts for other media. Before being designated historical landmarks or enshrined in museum displays, these rich artistic and architectural products constituted an intrinsic part of Ottoman life, intersecting with and affecting al ...
 
Welcome to Bosses and Bourbon, a truthcast of real wedding and event bosses, talking shop, swapping the stories and strategies that make their business successful. There may or may not be bourbon. Krista Chapman of Path & Compass, marketing & strategist to the wedding and event industry works with a lot of smart, hard-working bosses in her consulting work. Entrepreneurs that you’ve never heard of that are rocking out their independent wedding and event businesses. Owner-operators that have c ...
 
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Encouraged by her parents, Gail Sibley studied art, then started to build a following for her hand painted tiles and pastels in the markets of Salt Spring Island. People began to ask her to teach, but she found herself limited by the number of people she could serve in a single class. Now at How To Pastel and the Gail Sibley Art School, Gail provid…
 
Christmas came late this year on the Save Greendale Committee but that's fine because not much of note has happened since Christmas, right? Julia returned this week to discuss Community's biggest holiday special yet. Please rate, review, and subscribe after you listen and be sure to follow us all-around the internet: Save Greendale Committee: @SGC_…
 
In this first information packed episode of the new year, Ken takes the wraps off the completely redesigned Kia Sorento; The Severe Truck Driver Shortage Explained; Apple's iCar aspirations; and a state suspends the use of a controversial camera system.By RoadWorthy Drive Productions
 
As a stay at home mom, Joy Anderson struggled to create side income participating in MLMs and selling thrift store finds on eBay. When she left a failed marriage, she knew she needed to provide full-time income to support herself and her three kids, so she started a preschool. Now, at Start Your Preschool, Joy helps parents just like her stay home,…
 
Hello during a random dessert! Please rate, review, and subscribe after you listen and be sure to follow us all-around the internet: Chris London: @ChrisLondonFilm, @natural_ones_, @dwarvenforge on Twitter Save Greendale Committee: @SGC_Podcast on Twitter Edward: @ewillshireprime on Twitter Edward Willshire on YouTube It's been 10 years since Commu…
 
Lifelong knitter Shelley Brander worked her way up in the advertising industry and had great success, but knew she didn’t want to sell cable TV and casinos for the rest of her life. She opened a modern yarn store with the intention to franchise, but after seven years still hadn’t taken a dollar of profit. Now, at Knit Stars, Shelley has up-leveled …
 
The medieval mystic Meister Eckhart once said, “If the only prayer you said in life was ‘thank you’, that would be enough.” It sounds simple, doesn’t it? But there’s more to gratitude than it seems. In this episode, Professor Mona Siddiqui – one of Britain's most influential public intellectuals – tells RN’s Meredith Lake about her project on Chris…
 
Donna Clark spent over 20 years as a corporate broadcast video producer, but burned out after doing the same things all the time. To fill a new need in her community, she founded a nonprofit theater arts academy for kids, but also wanted to create recurring income for herself and her family. Now, at Your Artful Journey, Donna helps her members come…
 
Nache Snow is ending the year by chatting with Monique Malcolm of Pimp Your Brilliance. We discuss what we thought we were going to accomplish in 2020 and what really happened. We also reflect on what we learned about ourselves during the pandemic and the importance of doing what you want to do and figuring out how you want to show up. Some of our …
 
Join Meredith Lake as she meets two remarkable women who beat the odds. Lisa Jackson Pulver was once a runaway teen. Today, she is a leading figure in the field of Indigenous health and education; and Kamala Sharma Wing was once the only female - and Hindu - in her trainee cohort. Today, she is a Lieutenant in the Navy.…
 
Today, we meet two visionary people on the long pilgrimage towards justice. Dr Anne Pattel Gray is a globally recognized expert on Black theology, and the first Indigenous Australian to be awarded a doctorate in theology in the 1990s. We also speak to Uncle Alf 'Boydie' Turner, the grandson of the legendary Yorta Yorta leader William Cooper whose l…
 
Welcome to Fluffytown! No smoking, no farting, no pillowfighting. In this episode, my brother, Henry, joins the Save Greendale Committee again to discuss “Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design.” We get into this exercise in style to celebrate Kevin Corrigan and get in deep about Jeff/Annie. Please rate, review, and subscribe after you listen and …
 
It's our final episode of 2020! Ansen shares how he (barely) succeeded at not overshadowing someone else's challenges (11:38), Isaac attempts to wrap a present for the first time in his entire life (18:48), Kara takes us back to a time when she was "thirty, flirty, and thriving" (30:04), and everyone takes some time to ponder the word of the week: …
 
Over the last 100 episodes of this podcast, we’ve featured entrepreneurs in every stage of their journey. We’ve spoken to business owners who launched incredible membership sites just days or weeks before being interviewed, as well as experts who have been doing this for years. We’ve even featured entrepreneurs twice as they’ve made powerful pivots…
 
Amanda Reid is the creator and founder of Amanda Reid Designs based in Austin. Amanda has been painting and creating for over 10 years, but fell in love with calligraphy and lettering in 2015 after taking a few classes to DIY her own wedding. During the day, she works in the clinic and hospital setting as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. In this episo…
 
Have you got a holiday reading list already on the make? Or perhaps, in light of Hanukkah or Christmas, it’s a time to dwell with profound stories of faith? Literary critic Tali Lavi and award-winning biographer Jacqueline Kent join Meredith Lake to discuss the stories at the heart of Hanukkah, and the story of suffragist and feminist, Vida Goldste…
 
Dr. Shamieka Dean aspired to be the CEO of someone else’s company. But when she got fired from her last corporate job, she found her calling in purpose and business coaching. Now, at Next Level Business Academy, she helps business owners get unstuck and scale their income without having to hustle 24/7. She provides her members with the tools they n…
 
Janine Vangool chats about how hard work, taking risks, and perseverance allowed her to build a successful magazine. We discuss why she prefers smaller more intimate communities, her creative process, and how she stays organized. Additionally, she shares why her subscription model allows her to create content specifically for her readers without ha…
 
On Soul Search today, we're marking the International Day of People with Disability. According to the UN, about one billion people around the world live with a disability — that includes 1 in 5 people in Australia. In this episode, we'll hear from Abdulah Hamimi, a young Muslim man from Melbourne who suffered a spinal injury when he was only eighte…
 
On tap for Episode 63, Isaac attempts to stay quiet and avoid sarcasm when there is mischief afoot (12:13), Kara learns how to build a fire with numerous, variably-sized sticks (17:17), Ansen takes us back to the days when he started a Tumblr blog (28:25), and everyone discusses the word "anger" and the many different ways people express it (34:13)…
 
During her time in corporate America, Becky Davis fell in love with public speaking. As she learned the craft and skill, she focused on growth and development within her company, and helped others earn millions. However, when she was injured during a surgical procedure, she realized it was her time to take the leap and build a business of her own. …
 
While balancing a full-time job as a lawyer, Heidi Nielson runs two part-time businesses on nights and weekends. The first is Desert 2 District, where she creates desert-inspired illustrations and celebrates lawyers of color. The second is her mixed media art business. She is creating a body of work that is a meditation on the things we carry from …
 
Today on Soul Search, we encounter meditation and stillness in unexpected places. From the streets in the U.S. at the height of the Black Lives Matter protests, to the third floor of Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art. We meet U.S. activist and Dharma practitioner Dr Rima Vesely-Flad and Lindy Lee, one of Australia’s most significant contemporary …
 
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