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Facts backed with stats and stats backed with facts. Who won last night and why? How is a head coach similar to your boss? Why is the backup Qb like my lil brother? I connect all dots on the Facts n Stats podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/factsnstats/support
 
Daily Living In And Around The Rio Grande Valley - {★★★★★} Review CLICK HERE For A FREE Report Of Homes For Sale in Weslaco: www.eddiepicasso.com You might be wondering, how much does living cost in The Rio Grande Valley. Are you looking for breaking news, videos, and the latest top stories in The Rio Grande Valley? Best real estate agent Weslaco, Tx, Eddie Picasso gives you the breaking news, videos, and the latest top stories in RGV real estate news, business, politics, health and pop cult ...
 
Hello and welcome! I hope you brace yourself for the journey of understanding and decoding creativity with me! I’ve often wondered if creativity is simply undetected plagiarism or more? Pablo Picasso went to the extent of saying that art is theft. Imtiaz Ali, in his movie Tamasha highlighted how stories, the world over are intrinsically the same. So what is creativity, really? What is the genealogy of ideas and is creativity really subtraction or an integral addition that helps in molding an ...
 
Mission Unstoppable with host Frankie Picasso introduces you to the most inspiring and incredible individuals who have had to overcome some of life’s greatest hurdles, battle great tragedy, loss, danger, conflicts, disasters, and even themselves, only to come out the other side, victorious. Improved, changed, stronger, and dare I say, maybe even better. Looking for inspiration and a positive spin to your day or your next meeting? Tune in with Frankie Picasso and become unstoppable! Also on I ...
 
Explore Modern Art history including Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, and other key Modernist art movements. Join artist and educator Klaire Lockheart as she examines famous artists and artwork through a 21st century intersectional feminist lens. Whether you’re an artist, student, or patron of the arts, you will hopefully learn something new about Modern Art.
 
Rieng Radio Is A Sheng Podcast/Online Radio Founded By Kartelo And Miracle Baby Under The Umbrella Of LaughLords Network. The Vision Was To Change The Youth Narrative And Entertain A Great Population Of Young Kenyans. In The course Of Creating An Environment Where People Can Express Themselves, The Show Managed To Create A New Force, Modesto ,DJ C4 And The Best Reggae MC, Shalkido. The Team Has Worked Together To Create The Number One Podcast In Kenya. The Journey To Establish The First Medi ...
 
This Much I Know is the podcast from Seedcamp, Europe’s seed fund. Tune into hear the inside story from startup founders, investors and leading tech voices: the people who’ve built businesses, scaled globally, failed fantastically and learnt massively. Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders attacking large, global markets and solving real problems using technology. Seedcamp provides the infrastructure to fast-track a founder’s vision and create value through immediate access to smart ...
 
Join Kelly Wallace and Frankie Picasso - Your No Bull Relationship Gals! After 4 divorces and dozens of failed relationships, these life and love experts know what it takes to attract the best person, make love fabulous and make it last. Join them every week for an hour filled with honest advice, fun ideas, and the kick in the pants you may need to find and keep your Mr./Ms. Right! Call in and ask your Love Questions!
 
Welcome to the Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma where you’ll receive the mental models, daily routines, and productivity tactics that Robin Sharma has taught to the titans of industry, sports superstars, and elite performers who he has served as a private mentor to for over 25 years. You'll learn how to live a truly world-class life while you accelerate your productivity, grow your leadership, build your business, and scale your impact on the world.
 
Join Jeremy Bolm, vocalist of Touché Amoré and founder of the record label Secret Voice, for his latest project, The First Ever Podcast. This is an honest look at the humble beginnings of all kinds of different artists - from actors and musicians to poets and photographers. Through conversation, Jeremy explores how their first experiences with their art form lead them to where they are today. In today’s world of instant gratification, it’s important to be reminded that not everything happens ...
 
The Strange Recital is an audio forum for short fiction. We delight in perceptions of reality that twist and fold in unexpected ways. Each podcast episode runs about 25 minutes and includes a story reading (the Recital), a musical interlude, and an author interview (the Post-Recital)... with a twist. Subscribe to get a new episode twice a month.
 
Today’s ever-changing business landscape requires companies to continually evolve by adopting increasingly smarter and more efficient solutions to remain competitive. Strategic work “on the business” and not just “in the business” must be a priority for leaders looking to drive measurable, strategic growth. FivesSquared specializes in integrated business and technology consulting driven by the belief: smart solutions must be developed based on strategic goals and driven by smart tools. From ...
 
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You can’t have an A-level business with C-level performers. If you want to have more impact on your marketplace, develop your people to have greater impact and the quickest way to grow your company is to grow your people. I’m going to say that again because it’s ridiculously important. You might not need more people. You might not have to fire any …
 
It it truly possible to separate art from the artist? What if their art is about the abuse they caused? Join Klaire Lockheart as she rails against misogynist Pablo Picasso, but stick around to learn about Modern Dakota art created Oscar Howe. Artists and Artwork: Paul Cézanne, Pablo Picasso (The Young Women of Avignon, Guernica, Weeping Woman, Bust…
 
Squid is back and so is her grudge against Artemisia Gentileschi! Join us while we discuss art, tumblr, and crediting artists. Art Discussed: Susanna and the Elders, c1610, Artemisia Gentileschi Susanna and the Elders, Restored - X-Ray, c1998, Kathleen Gilje I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, c2019, Bisa Butler Marked "Explicit" for: strong language …
 
Be a master of your craft. Titans of their fields get that elite performance takes years of deep training. They see themselves as apprentices, learning the skill (often at the feet of a master) step by step, day by day. They commit to their education. They ritualize the discipline. They understand greatness takes time. - If you want to get insider …
 
The practice of hunting with birds of prey is thought to stretch back thousands of years. In early nomadic societies, falconry was used to hunt animals to provide food and clothing in places such as the steppes of Central Asia. As the practice spread, falconry evolved into a pastime that attracted the elite of European society, reflected in the ext…
 
Big idea: what you value in your life increases in value. What you think about and focus on grows. What you appreciate begins to appreciate. Appreciate your good health, you’ll value it more. Appreciate your family, same deal. Appreciate your gifts, your friends, your work and your life and your perception begins to shift. You see the blessings of …
 
Without iron-levels of confidence, your beautiful ambitions + passionate visions will die a quick death. Confidence is a master-trait of titans and world-builders. The great news: you can install it. No matter what your life looks like now, tomorrow is a fresh day. And a new shot at your original greatness. - If you want to get insider access to th…
 
Surrealists, such as Magritte, Cahun, and Dalí created dreamlike compositions, and they wanted to show the unseen. Explore the strange, weird, and upsetting aspects of Surrealism with Klaire Lockheart. Discover that Surrealism has more to offer than just melting clocks, such as Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits. Artists and Artwork: Salvador Dalí (Persi…
 
As you rise in authentic power, craft and impact, some will throw rocks at you. Take the high road and trust that the truth always wins. - If you want to get insider access to the neuroscience, methodology and tactics of a truly world-class morning routine so you maximize your genius and activate high success in these very messy times... Go ahead a…
 
The best productives and the genuine virtuosos focus on steady and incremental accomplishments acutely focused in the direction of their most important projects. They get that success happens through evolution - not by revolution. And that micro-wins are the breakfast of champions. - If you want to get insider access to the neuroscience, methodolog…
 
Leadership has a lot to do with inspiration. Being uber-inspired helps you see solutions where others see problems. It helps you innovate. Move faster. And positively influence others. Please remember: you can’t inspire others until you get inspired. So we need you at your greatest. And absolute best. - If you want to get insider access to the neur…
 
Aramaic is a language that for some three thousand years facilitated the exchange of ideas across large tracts of the Middle East and Asia. In its heyday it was the main official and written language across the Neo-Assyrian and Achaemenid empires. It was the language in which several sections of the Old Testament Bible were written. A Galilean dial…
 
This week, Daniel and Ara welcome iMore's Joe Keller and Android Developer Chris Lacy of Action Launcher and SwirlWalls fame onto the show. They have an in-depth conversation about Apple's announcements at WWDC 2021 and the latest Android 12 beta from Google. Links: WWDC 2021: All the biggest Apple news and announcements | iMore Apple will bring he…
 
Mastering communication is essential for leadership success. Leaders host productive conversations. Use laser-like accuracy. Be specific. Precision is a defining characteristic of great leadership. And please remember: getting good at communicating is like getting good at tennis: the more you practice, the better you’ll get. - If you want to get in…
 
From humour to cooking and culture, or even investigative reports, QG 92 is an all-encompassing online TV channel created by and for residents of Paris's Hauts de Seine suburbs. The Banlieue Project team met with Ihsane Jamaleddine, who's produced a poignant web series for the channel exploring the experiences of young girls in the housing projects…
 
You know I’m an evangelist around the whole idea of being ultra-fit if you want to be the best of breed. Getting into world-class physical condition is one of the smartest moves a leader (and remember-if you consume oxygen, you have the opportunity to behave like a leader) can make. Exercising will make you look better, feel stronger and fill you w…
 
Dadaists made photomontages, sculptures, and readymades that were weird and absurd. Artists such as Hannah Höch, Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, and Marcel Duchamp pushed the boundaries of what could be considered art. If you’ve ever felt like the world doesn’t make sense, then you’ll want to tune in for Klaire Lockheart’s explanation of Dad…
 
One thing every single icon who has ever graced our precious planet has had in common is the ability to install systems that release their greatest productivity. In this podcast episode, Robin Sharma explains the benefits of going minimalist — so that you can dominate your domain and lead your field while you lift our precious world in the process.…
 
In this episode, Ara, Jerry, and Dan are joined by Adam Molina. He's the producer of Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast and a freelance journalist. They nerd out over Bluetooth headphones, lossless music streaming, upcoming Android phones, Led Zeppelin, and more. Links: Adam ⁠🆒 (@AdamLukas17) / Twitter The new Google Pixel Buds A-Series launch with a fami…
 
Gratitude is the antidote to fear and thankfulness is the cure for worry. We all have a lot more blessings in our life than we know. It’s human nature to focus on what’s not working rather than to embrace all that is. No matter how good – or bad – your life looks at this very moment, there really is so much (and so many people) you can be thankful …
 
We are shaped by our conversations. We are influenced by the ideas we hear and the people we meet. Listening is a master skill for personal and professional greatness. Leaders listen. Staggeringly well. When we go deep into listening to the person we are communicating with, we truly have the opportunity to get behind their eyeballs and learn, grow …
 
The discovery of X-rays by the German scientist Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895 was nothing short of ground-breaking, opening up a new era in medicine. For the first time, doctors could see inside the human body without the need for surgery, and diagnose many more living patients. X-rays had major implications for physics as well, allowing scientists to s…
 
Imagining your next-level of heroism and then having the guts to get that dream done is, to me, why we are here. Yes, getting into the ring brings the risks of a knockout punch. I should know because I’ve been struck by a bunch. And yet, isn’t that part of the sport of living? And to know the victory of getting back up, though bruised and bloodied,…
 
Given that the best Leaders Without Title focus their best resources on their biggest opportunities (uber-practical formula for you right there), what’s your Big 5? What are the Big 5 opportunities/projects/actions that if you did them staggeringly well, you’d move your career/company/reputation to a whole new level of excellence? Nice exercise for…
 
Suprematist art appears simple and non-controversial at first glance, but these geometric paintings by Kazimir Malevich, Olga Rozanova, and El Lissitzky were revolutionary. Listen as Klaire Lockheart examines Russian avant-garde artwork and art forgeries. Artists and Artwork: Mary Cassatt, Kazimir Malevich (The Black Square, Painterly Realism of a …
 
Your life is no accident. You are here for a purpose, some central mission that has the potential to make you extraordinary. Some main aim that – once focused on – breaks all chains that might have previously bound you. Your challenge is to discover that call. (Hint: it generally exists right where you are). - If you want to get insider access to t…
 
The AC gang kick off the Holiday weekend in the United States with everything we know so far about Qualcomm's new Snapdragon processors and Arm v9 mobile architecture. They also talk about a revision to USB-C and Power Delivery that adds 240W charging. Additionally, Fuchsia OS finally goes public, Amazon buys MGM for a whole lot of cookies, and int…
 
Around 51 percent of French women regularly practice a sport nationwide, compared to just one in three women in disadvantaged suburbs. To turn the tide, Alessandra Machado offers non-competitive classes exclusively to women in different neighbourhoods of the northern French city of Lille. The Banlieue Project team went to meet her.…
 
Humbleness is a sign of bigness - never weakness. Living the noble virtues of honesty, generosity, justice, understanding, compassion, forgiveness and civility never goes out of style. Decency is always hip. And showing the best of your humanity is definitely cool. No matter what industry you work in and what nation you live in, good things always …
 
Anyone can be aggressive because often aggression comes from insecurity and beneath insecurity is fear. True leaders and genuine heroes are hope-bringers. They make people feel bigger, never smaller, in their presence. They have a trained gift to inspire and activate other humans to own gifts they didn’t know they had while achieving feats they nev…
 
We've said it before and we'll say it again: the world of managing people and organising teams is brimming with changes. COVID-19 and new societal views on working in the 21st century (90% of Generation Z, for instance, want a human element when it comes to their job role and interactions with their coworkers) are changing workplaces of all types. …
 
Over five hundred years ago, dismissed diplomat Niccolò Machiavelli produced his most famous work, The Prince. Written on the fringes of the Italian city of Florence, the book has long been read as a priceless guide to power and what holding it truly involves. But who was the man behind the work? Why did he claim that a leader must be prepared to a…
 
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