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The AutoChat Podcast does exactly what it says on the tin: An automotive chat show presented by motoring journalist Alistair Charlton, car enthusiast George Turner and occasional like-minded guests. Alistair and George chat about the latest car and motorsport news, spend hypothetical cash on dubious AutoTrader discoveries, and swap stories on what they've been driving.
 
This podcast helps you to have better relationships. Deepen your understanding of how therapy, healing and growth can lead to real and sustainable changes in your life. Todd talks with leading experts in attachment, dating skills, relationship therapy and sex therapy. He also speaks with people who bravely share their experiences of therapy and live sessions. Get in touch to suggest guests or take part in a demonstration session todd@toddzemek.com www.toddzemek.com
 
Futures in Fundraising is a new, interview-based podcast that focuses on careers in fundraising and development. Futures in Fundraising consists of interviews with leading and emerging fundraising, development and nonprofit professionals. While focusing on the interviewee’s fundraising journey – their experience in the field, tough situations, lessons learned and their “Ah-ha!” moments, as well as advice for those seeking to advance their careers in fundraising – we hope to bring new inspira ...
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast explores the world of contemporary Western Buddhism mixing in banter with analysis, no holds barred discussion, and guest interviews. We shun Ted style talks in favour of in-depth discussion and interviews that have room to breathe. The podcast has a host site which features articles and essays on contemporary Western Buddhism, as well as show notes for each episode. Follow the link to find out more: http://imperfectbuddha.com The podcast is sponsored by O'Connel ...
 
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On today’s episode we discuss the sensory world and its basis in conditionality, which allows us to infer that patterns of arising and passing rooted in karma will be repeated and therefore allows the world to be recognized. Recorded 6/10/2021 Join our daily Morning Meditation at patreon.com/mettagroup to help commit to your daily practice!…
 
In this episode, Alistair drives an electric Bugatti Type 35 by The Little Car Company, an electric Porsche 911 by Everrati and the Aston Martin DBX. George took his much-loved MG Maestro to a classic car show and realises theme parks aren't quite what they used to be. They also talk about the Formula One from Baku, and look ahead to the French GP.…
 
As the deal market sizzles based on pent-up demand and an abundance of capital in search of good deals, the M&A world races toward a post-COVID reality. Yet questions about structure and terms still remain as we try to settle into a new normal. George Nemphos, founding member of law firm Nemphos Braue, shares his thoughts on the activity he’s seein…
 
Today we discuss enlightenment as a goal, the desire to end the experience of suffering from both Buddhist and secular perspectives, and the usefulness of different spiritual contexts on meditation and practice. Recorded 6/3/2021 Registration is now available for our Virtual Summer Retreat! Sign up now here. Join our daily Morning Meditation at pat…
 
It’s an enticing environment for business owners looking to sell, especially those who have now been tested by two major economic disruptions in just a little more than a decade — and would rather not be tested by a third. Murad Beg, a partner at Provariant Equity Partners, talks about the factors that are contributing to this intensely hot deal ma…
 
From the recent, Wild Heart Spring Retreat, at Heartwood Refuge in North Carolina, Mikey offers a talk on "Happiness in the Here & Now" on the first night of the retreat. He speaks to the difference between "Hedonic Happiness" and "Genuine Happiness" and the importance of finding a type of contentment that comes from relating to the world with wisd…
 
We dive into the difference between mental and physical phenomena and breakdown the raw sensing experience and the ways the mind acts to bring those senses into a comprehendible experience. Recorded 5/27/2021 Registration is now available for our Virtual Summer Retreat! Sign up now here. Join our daily Morning Meditation at patreon.com/mettagroup t…
 
This episode, Alistair and George visit Caffeine & Machine with George's MG Maestro, and Alistair drives a Radical SR1 at Silverstone. They also discuss the Monaco Grand Prix, the Opel Manta GSE Elektromod and Max Mosley, who passed away this week at the age of 81. Episode 16 also features an exclusive interview with Gordon Murray, the legendary de…
 
There’s a lot happening with United Safety & Survivability Corp. It changed its name, expanded its mission and bought three companies in the past two years — each outside the U.S. President & CEO Joe Mirabile talks about how acquisitions are helping the company broaden its mission, how international acquisitions compare to domestic, what post-deal …
 
There’s a sense that the M&A market might not ever be better for a sale than it is right now. Beth Haas, a partner at Cyprium Partners, talks about why that’s the case, as well as the macro factors that could impact the deal market through the balance of the year, and what sellers should do right now to leverage what could be a once-in-a-lifetime o…
 
There’s little doubt that the M&A world is adjusting to the spate of SPACs taking companies public without going through the usual IPO roadshow or diligence. But it also seems clear that special purpose acquisition companies are here to stay. Kristin Kraeger, National SPAC & IPO Leader for Aon, discusses how the insurance industry has quickly moved…
 
After Cindi Englefield sold Show What You Know Publishing, a company she grew from her dining room table, she became a business adviser, helping small business owners with — among other things — selling their business. In this conversation, Englefield, who now leads Englefield Business Advisors, shares her inside/outside experience of the sale proc…
 
In this episode, Alistair and George chat about George's new MG Maestro, Formula One, the return of the British Touring Car Championship and an 'eventful' trip to the pub. They also talk about driving the Zeno TSR-S hypercar from Denmark and Gordon Murray's electric car plans, and make a ham-fisted attempt at working on Alistair's MX-5. George also…
 
Greg Skoda is a senior partner at Marcum, an accounting and advisory firm that represents a lot of SPACs — possibly the most in the U.S. right now. In this interview, Skoda covers SPAC fundamentals: What they are, why they’re suddenly so popular, and what sellers and investors should know about them. If you’re looking to get oriented to what exactl…
 
This week, Alistair and George chat about Formula One at Imola, Jean Alesi at the Monaco Historic, courier cars and Guenther Steiner as a future F1 pundit. Also this week, Alistair finally drives his MX-5 and tries out an Alfa Romeo Stelvio, while George bids farewell to his Vauxhall Victor, gets back on the kart track and regrets trying touch rugb…
 
While Nashville is known as the Music City, it’s also home to one of the nation’s top private universities: Vanderbilt. With a vibrant business school, Vanderbilt’s alumni are well-entrenched in the region’s business community. Eric Johnson, dean of the university's Owen Graduate School of Management, shares his thoughts on how Vanderbilt is workin…
 
What’s the state of M&A financing post-COVID? One thing is for certain: Deals are being funded. Mark Guterman, managing director of loan syndications for First National Bank, and Martin McCormick, managing director and head of FNB Mezzanine Finance for F.N.B. Corp., discuss what’s changed, what hasn’t, and what dealmakers can expect to see in diffe…
 
In this episode Mikey Noechel offers a talk and meditation on loving kindness for addiction recovery. Mikey explores how loving kindness can be used as a method to approach addiction as well as how to develop a recovery support community. Loving Kindness phrases: May you be filled with loving kindness May you be well May you be peaceful and at ease…
 
We are deeply saddened to hear that Richard Schmid passed this past weekend (April 17-18, 2021). In his honor, we are playing the interview with his daughter Molly, who talked about Richard's work and art as well as his book Alla Prima II. Rest in Peace, Richard, and thank you for all your work as an artist and author. Support the show (https://www…
 
In this episode, we discuss climate change, population growth and density, immigration, and the ways our different global cultures engage with understandings of karma and the cycle of reincarnation. Captured live on 4/15/21. Join our daily Morning Meditation at patreon.com/mettagroup to help commit to your daily practice!…
 
Intellectual property is a valuable asset, especially in a venture’s earliest stages. But what BlueTree Allied Angels’ Executive Director Sreekar Gadde tends to see is early-stage companies viewing IP as an investment tool, rather than a strategic tool, which means they are grabbing patents without much consideration for why. In this conversation, …
 
There is the happiness of temporary satisfaction that comes from worldly pursuit - sensory pleasure, material gain, praise, validation, and acknowledgment - and then there is the happiness that comes from the removal of craving and clinging to the world - being at peace within oneself. The Buddhist path aims towards the highest happiness. Andrew di…
 
This week, Alistair and George chat about driving the Aston Martin Vantage Roadster and Cupra Formentor, while George and his dad attempt some DIY car maintenance with questionable results. We also chat about Alistair's interview with Mate Rimac, the return of Formula One and how Extreme E got lost in its own dust. We then get slightly sidetracked …
 
We discuss inequality, systemic racism, and genocide and how to both express compassion and properly protect yourself in relation to the difficult people that are perpetrators and exacerbators of harm. Captured live on 4/8/21. Join our daily Morning Meditation at patreon.com/mettagroup to help commit to your daily practice!…
 
Tina Rassmussen is one of our first meditation teachers on in a long while. Well, being a practice based series, this was inevitable. Tina was co-author of a book on jhana states and concentration that I have had on my shelf for a long time. Concentration is not the topic of our conversation, however. Here are some of the themes we explored;• Compa…
 
Who will think on Buddhism? Who has the chops to do so? What does it mean to place Buddhism in a configuration of contemplation alongside other thought and one’s personal experience of living a life in some way intimate with Buddhism as practice, as culture, as being and becoming? Although this season of the podcast is practice focussed, this does …
 
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