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Best Paul Watts podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Paul Watts podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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We at Sales Reinvented are on a mission to change the negative perception of selling. Each week we will be interviewing experts in the field of sales and sharing their knowledge, ideas and expertise with our listeners. They share with us in our vision of a world where selling is profession to be proud of. The aim of our formatted show is to provide ‘snackable’ episodes that are short enough to listen to in one sitting but long enough to provide real value that will help you in your sales car ...
 
If you desire to take your dental practice to the next level, Practicing with the Masters is just for you. Join 20-year-veteran Allison Watts as she shares not only her own expertise, but that of another leading dental expert. Allison’s goal is to help you master the ability of relating your recommendations to what your patients want, as she believes this to be key in building a leading dental practice.
 
Bookings : Rodney Lay rod@globalspin.co DJ Alex Taylor has been at the forefront of Australia’s dance music industry for 25 years. With a passion for quality house music, that is soulful, deep and funky to tribal and progressive. He has forged a name for himself that sees him playing regularly across the country and around the world. With residencies and guest sets at some of Australia’s biggest clubs such as Arq, The Ivy, Trademark, Tank, Home and Hugos Lounge, The Midnight Shift and The Be ...
 
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The year-long Hong Kong protests seem to have come to an abrupt end - as China introduces a draconian national security law that erodes the city's freedom of speech. On the podcast, Cindy Yu talks to academic and former diplomat Kerry Brown and Hong Kong journalist Jennifer Creery about what China wants with the city, and where this will end. Chine…
 
When Lin-Manuel Miranda first picked up Ron Chernow’s autobiography of Alexander Hamilton, he didn’t know much about the former Treasury Secretary. He didn’t yet know he was an immigrant, and he hadn’t yet read a sentence penned by Hamilton in which he wished for a war—the line that would inspire the creation of a revolutionary hip hop musical and …
 
From our homes, UK. The Scrum Mastery Challenge continues!! Task 4 was all about starting an online conversation. Our global contestants were scored by which conversation added the greatest CONTRIBUTION. Listen on to hear how they got on! In you would like to check out the online conversations our contestants started, have a look here... Team USA -…
 
On this week's episode, James Forsyth talks about Boris Johnson's impossible mission - to rewire Whitehall (01:00), Douglas Murray on woke books (09:00), and Leaf Arbuthnot on the underground world of lockdown speakeasies and theatre (17:15). Click here to try 12 weeks of the Spectator for £12 and get a free £20 Amazon gift voucher.…
 
From our homes, UK. As lockdown continues so does the Scrum Mastery Challenge! In this task, our global contestants were charged with describing their most valuable "thing". Some interesting stories emerged from some "almost" everyday objects! Geoff & Paul debrief how the word "value" is highly subjective, multi-dimensional and how "pain" can be a …
 
The Prime Minister is trying to reform the civil service. He's not the first to try - so will he succeed? (00:50) The stakes for success are high, as his opponent is no longer Jeremy Corbyn, but the more impressive Keir Starmer. How have Starmer's first almost 100 days gone? (15:45) And last, how widespread is loneliness? (29:45) With the Spectator…
 
Shannon Watts is the founder of Moms Demand Action, an advocacy group dedicated to ending gun violence. She joins David to talk about how she became an unlikely founder of a grassroots organization with millions of supporters, the increased demand for guns amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and how the NRA has faltered during the Trump administration.…
 
Listeners sick of our voices rejoice: an entire episode made up of you the listener! We reached out to all of you who took part in the Black Lives Matter protests to send in recordings of your experiences and you came through. What you're about to hear are a few different stories from the streets of the marches from the people who were there. We wa…
 
In this week's books podcast I'm joined by Alan Johnson and Andrew Adonis to talk about the latter's new biography of a neglected great of British political history: Ernest Bevin: Labour's Churchill. He was, in Andrew's estimation, the man who did most to save Europe from Stalin. So why has Bevin been so forgotten? In what way was he Churchillian? …
 
Another month of 2020, another episode of L.A. Meekly. In viewing what has been going on in our city the past month and looking towards the future we decided to take a look back at two parallels from the city's past: the 1965 Watts Uprising (21:09) and the 1992 Riots following the beating of Rodney King (1:04:31). ATTENTION! We mention in this epis…
 
Comedian and "Queen of the Quip" Karen Kilgariff returns to the show ready to defend the idea that new wave punk rockers The Go-Go's 1981 debut album ‘Beauty and the Beat’ contains some of the greatest songs in human history. Listen to Karen’s podcast My Favorite Murder on Spotify. For new music influenced by this album, music history and show note…
 
Relationship building is an important aspect of the negotiation process, according to Dr. Daniel Shapiro. Whether you’re negotiating with a prospective customer, negotiating with a spouse, or negotiating with another country—it all hinges on the ability to build a relationship. In this episode of Sales Reinvented, we talk about building relationshi…
 
Reporter at Canada's Globe and Mail, Robyn Doolittle, joins the panel this week to discuss what went wrong in Canada. Speaking to a series of infectious-disease experts, health officials and politicians, Robyn and her team pieced together an image of the 'lost months' - a period between January and March when more should have been done to prevent t…
 
In this crossover edition of The Axe Files, David joins entrepreneur and former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on his new podcast Yang Speaks. They talk about the future of the Democratic Party and what Joe Biden needs to do to win, Trump’s electoral strategy, the nation’s reckoning with social, racial, and economic inequality, and w…
 
On this week's episode, former police officer Kevin Hurley reads his piece on how top police officers get disillusioned in the job; Alicia Munckton talks about the private-state divide in education during this lockdown; and James Delingpole reviews Alan Bennett's new Talking Heads, and explains why he's not a fan. The Spectator is looking for the U…
 
Fans of nuclear energy say that it is efficient, reliable, and greener than fossil fuels. The government's Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050 target may not be achievable without a helping hand from nuclear. But its critics say that it's costly for the taxpayer, prone to delays, and damaging for local ecosystems. What's more, Hinkley Point demonstra…
 
Leave us a voicemail: +1 (213) 534-8807 Leave us an email: movies@wisecrack.co Follow us on Twitter! @wisecrack (Jared) @austin_hayden (Austin) @ryansshorts (Ryan) Other Wisecrack Podcasts! Culture Binge: https://wscrk.com/culturebinge Respect Our Authoritah!: https://wscrk.com/respect The Squanch: https://wscrk.com/squanch Learn more about your ad…
 
On the podcast this week, a former police officer gives his take on why black youths loathe the police (01:05); we discuss why Downing Street would prefer Joe Biden to win (17:25); and will anything really change after the pandemic? (30:50). With former Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner Kevin Hurley; campaigner Katrina Ffrench; the Spectator's P…
 
Jon Stewart is a comedian, writer, director, and former host of The Daily Show. He joins David to talk about President Trump’s out-of-touch messaging, the pervasiveness of systemic racism and inequity in America, how he worked to correct a lack of diversity at The Daily Show and why he still believes in American exceptionalism. He also discusses th…
 
In this week’s Book Club podcast my guest is the historian Rutger Bregman. In his new book Humankind, Rutger argues that practically every novelist, psychologist, economist and political theorist has got it all wrong: humans are naturally caring, sharing and altruistic... and far from being the one thing that stands in the way of a Hobbesian war of…
 
From Our Homes, UK. Still in lockdown - still not allowed in a pub. And now I think that BOREDOM has really set in. Has the novelty factor of working remotely now worn off? Geoff & Paul discuss the drop in energy levels they have noticed from working remotely in recent days and weeks. And this led onto a discussion about how we can guarantee that w…
 
Do you view negotiation as a conversation? Or a battle with clear winners and losers? Nicole Soames joins me in this episode of @SalesReinvented to start the conversation surrounding negotiation—and reveal why so many of the mindsets salespeople have regarding negotiation are faulty. She shares common misunderstandings, how to prepare for a negotia…
 
Germany has launched its contact tracing app, but is it the only way to get out of lockdown? Kate Andrews talks to a panel of international guests and hears about the situation from Italy, where concerns over tourism and getting their cities back are conflicting the residents of Venice and Rome; from Germany, where uptake on the new app has been go…
 
Paul Waterson led the creation of Australian Venue Co, formerly Dixon Hospitality Group, and has driven the group’s rapid growth from small Victorian pub group to one of the country’s largest and most dynamic hospitality groups. Paul was previously the Chief Operating Officer of Dixon Hospitality and brings experience from General Manager roles at …
 
This week we revisit our July 2017 conversation with former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. He joins David to talk about his father’s journey in public service and his efforts to promote racial justice in the South, rebuilding New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, his decision to remove Confederate monuments from the city, and why Democrats should…
 
This week's episode features actor Laurence Fox on the pitfalls of wrongthink; teacher Lucy Kellaway on the true cost to students of classroom closures; and Toby Young on what happened when he tested negative for antibodies. The Spectator is partnering with private bank Julius Baer to find the UK's brightest entrepreneurs for our Economic Innovator…
 
From our homes, UK. The Scrum Mastery Challenge: LOCKDOWN continues! In this episode, the contestants were tasked with telling a 60-second story, inspired by this image: With points being awarded for the most engaging stories. Geoff & Paul discuss the submissions and also share some thoughts on what they are looking for in a good stories, and what …
 
Joanna Trollope is an award-winning novelist, whose books have sold more than eight million copies worldwide. She's known best for her novel, The Rector's Wife, which was adapted into a TV series. On the podcast, she talks to Katy about the expectations on her as a girl growing up in the 40s, how stay at home mums can still be feminists, and how, a…
 
Schools have been closed for almost three months - what is the true cost of these closures on pupils (1:00)? Plus, have Brexit negotiations started looking up (13:15)? And last, are the statue-topplers of Rhodes Must Fall going about their mission the wrong way (22:45)? With teacher Lucy Kellaway; the IFS's Paul Johnson; the Spectator's political e…
 
Charlie Sykes is a longtime conservative commentator and the founder and editor-at-large of The Bulwark. He joins David to talk about his father’s roots in Democratic politics, the growing politicization of the media over the course of his career, why he no longer considers himself a member of the Republican Party, and his assessment of the state o…
 
In this week's Book Club podcast, my guest is the writer Susanna Moore. Best known for her pitch-black erotic thriller In The Cut, recently republished to huge acclaim, Susanna has just published a superb memoir of her young womanhood in Hawaii and Los Angeles - from shopgirl at Bergdorf's to model and actor, script reader for Warren Beatty and lov…
 
Keld Jensen—today’s guest on the Sales Reinvented podcast—feels that many businesses struggle with the negotiation process because they aren’t focused on a collaborative negotiation. Unfortunately, they embrace the mindset of ‘needing to win’ at all costs and focus on squashing the competition. Keld shares WHY this is the wrong mindset to embrace a…
 
Actor and musician Chris Sullivan hoots, hollers and howls along to the experimental blues rock of his musical hero Tom Waits' 1999 album Mule Variations. Watch Chris play Toby on 'This is Us' and catch him perform with his band Joseph the Spouse. For new music influenced by this album, music history and show notes, go to The500podcast.com. Join th…
 
It’s the final episode of the series, and what better for a season finale than our most prepared guest ever? Teri Hatcher – yes, Lois actual Lane and star of ‘Desperate Housewives’ – drops by the dream restaurant (/our Airbnb), orders her favourite meal and indulges Ed’s medieval chatter. Follow Teri Hatcher on Twitter @HatchingChange and Instagram…
 
With post-Covid life a bit closer for some countries around the world than others, this week's panel takes a look at how businesses are navigating their way out of the pandemic. Jennifer Creery, Managing Editor of the Hong Kong Free Press, takes a look at the government bailout to Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong's airline; Peter Griffin, a science and te…
 
Greta Bellamacina is an actress and poet, who has published numerous collections and made her acting debut in Harry Potter. On the podcast, she talks to Lara and Olivia about what it was like to be on set for Harry Potter, growing up with four siblings, and why her favourite restaurant is an over-priced Chinese restaurant in Paris. Click here to tr…
 
Bakari Sellers is a political commentator, attorney, and former South Carolina state representative. He joins David to talk about how growing up in a rural South Carolina community shaped his life’s work, his father’s leadership during the civil rights movement, and what, if anything, he believes today’s fight for racial justice might achieve. His …
 
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Introducing the newest Audioboom original podcast, Truth vs Hollywood. Join Film lovers David Chen and Joanna Robinson as they do a deep dive into well known films and discuss how similar they are to the actual story. Truth vs Hollywood premieres 6/12. Subscribe to Truth vs Hollywood on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/truth-vs…
 
Are we witnessing the death of the liberal ideal? (01:02) Next, what's behind the government U-turn on primary schools and what effect could it have on the poorest students? (20:14) And finally, Britain's ash trees are facing a pandemic of their own, with so-called ash dieback sweeping the nation. Can Britain's ash trees be saved? (30:12) With Doug…
 
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