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The Word Leader Podcast is for thinkers who want to get their wisdom out in the world through book writing and publishing. Podcast host and founder of Trivium Writing Leandre Larouche discusses everything from strategy to tactics, to mindset and philosophy. Visit https://www.triviumwriting.com to get more details about Trivium Writing and watch our free, advanced masterclass on how to write your book in 16 weeks or less.
 
Check out our website! http://WWW.LOGOSMEDIA.COM Logos Media podcast with host Jan Irvin. Gnostic Media is now Logos Media - open-source, independent media that pulls you outside of the box and into the heart of cognizance itself. Topics of investigation include: education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), the mystery schools, mythology, theology, shamanism, entheogens, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, and much more. By bringing together leading academic and independ ...
 
After a long hiatus, Chimpucksongs is back. This is the podcast that will be updated. Due to issues with the previous hosts, I've had to move again. This is still your source for all the chimpuck songs that you could possible ever want. Email questions/comments/suggestions to chimpucksongs@gmail.com or tweet @chimpucksongs. Sorry for any aggravation that the switch may have caused, but everything should be working now.
 
This is a podcast on sustainability and innovations in business and economy, a great place to learn more about sustainability across industries. Every week I invite professionals working on the implementation of innovative sustainable solutions for the future - to explore circularity and resilience, corporate social responsibility, leadership and culture, impact investment and so on, and give some guidance on how to actually implement sustainability in business.
 
DJ Kate Angel обворожительная, красивая и очень талантливая девушка диджей которая давно завоевала любовь слушателей и покорила сердца огромного количества клабберов. Тысячи поклонников по всей России а так же в жарких странах мира с нетерпением ждут когда ее гастрольный график совпадет с их городом. Ее отличительной чертой является не только безупречный подбор и сведение треков , но неповторимая работа с танцполом. Перед...
 
‘Cinema and the Psyche’ is a personal exploration into the nature of cinema, the psyche, and how they interrelate. From the pure magic of motion reproduced, to the addition of motion capture and CGI, the cinematic medium has always been more mystery than revelation to the filmmaker and viewer. This podcast is for discovering what cinema is, and by doing so, we may just uncover what it can be; not in art installations or museums, but in our multiplexes and independent cinemas.
 
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It's a big one as Merl, El and Steve pick one Trivium album to enter into the Metal Hammer Podcast Hall Of Fame! It's two classics as Ascendancy faces off against Shogun. Ascendancy was the album that put Trivium on the world stage with classic anthems such as Pull Harder On The Strings Of Your Martyr and A Gunshot To The Head Of Trepidation turnin…
 
The party has met someone new, a Tabaxi named Antileon. The Tabaxi has found potential interest in the ventures of party, believing they may help in getting his business attempts to finally kickstart. The party is quite diverse and seems to be able to handle themselves quite well, albeit with some slight paranoia from losing a party member to polit…
 
When writing, you’ll face all kinds of dilemmas. Some may be about the content, some may be about the audience, while some may be about the title. Remember that this book doesn’t have to be your last book. Yes, you should pick the book understanding that it may be your last book. But understand that, in all likelihood, it won’t be your last. So you…
 
Merl chats to the one and only Benji Webbe from Skindred! We find out what Benji has been up to in lockdown, what prompted his son to put him on a strict, life-changing new regime, why he returned to Earache Records with Skindred over twenty years since first joining them with Dub War and what… Continue reading 168: Skindred’s Benji Webbe Gets Hype…
 
If you want to publish a book to grow your business or brand, remember that generosity is the best policy. You can give away almost everything you have for free without affecting your bottom line. After all, the value of information rises along with the price you charge for it. If you want to improve your authority, however, consider being overly g…
 
If you want to write a terrible, low-value book, like thousands of people do every year, follow these simple steps. First, pick whatever topic you are knowledgeable about and gather what you would like to see. Second, do no research about what other authors have said before you. Third, write the book with next to no outline until you’re out of idea…
 
When thinking of writing a book, we often run into the problem of having too many ideas. We don’t even know where to start because we have too many thoughts and too little structure. In those cases, I like to ask the “shotgun question.” If I put a gun to your head and gave you no time to pick what you’re going to write about, what would you pick? T…
 
One of the biggest mistakes people make when writing is they use buzzwords trending in their field. Buzzwords are popular words we use and abuse, and although there’s a reason they’ve become buzzwords, we need to stay away from them. Why? Because it telegraphs we are typical and are not using our own language. Even the people who agree with you mig…
 
The best writing routine is the one you can stick to for a long time. Writing is like working out. You have to put in place a process you like and are happy to go through. If not, you won’t stay consistent and your efforts will go to waste. It doesn’t matter if you like to write in the morning, in the afternoon, or in the evening. What matters is t…
 
Merl, Steve and Jonathan take in some of the latest metal releases you need to know about. We discuss the clusterfuck around Fear Factory ahead of their new album, Aggression Continuum, and debate whether the record lives up to their legacy. Plus, we rate the new Perturbator album and decide whether it's done enough to… Continue reading 167: Review…
 
How long does it really take to write a book? Of course, the answer depends, let’s look at the numbers. A normal nonfiction book is about 50,000 words. Nonfiction books, especially those self-published, tend to become shorter and shorter, but let’s take 50,000 words as an example. If you have a good writing process in place, you can write about 900…
 
Writing a book is a comeback of sorts. Most people agree that writing and publishing a book is the ultimate achievement. Although this isn’t necessarily the case, most people see having published a book as “having made it.” One of the hidden benefits of writing and publishing a book is to be able to rub it in the face of those who said we wouldn’t …
 
The conversation about writing often tends to be hijacked by the conversation about technical skills. But in reality, what you need to write a book is ideas, knowledge, expertise, a story, or a message. These are the things that matter—the raw material. No technical prowess in writing can make up for a lack of ideas or deep knowledge. No technical …
 
The best writing approach is to start with questions, not with the answers. This can be hard because, if you are an expert, you know the answers. But the problem with the answers is that they don’t provide direction. Questions, however, do provide direction. It’s easy to set up a narrative by asking the right questions at the right time. And at the…
 
Writing a book can be daunting because once published, your book will be around forever. For some people, it’s a scary prospect because they think they might change their mind or they might look silly down the line. The reality is, yes, you will change after your book is published, but that’s not a bad thing. Books are contained in their period of …
 
Not every form of communication allows you to flesh out your philosophy the way writing does. For example, speaking is a great way to tell stories, captivate your audience, and get a real human connection with them. But because of the nature of the medium, you can’t flesh out nuances the same way as in writing. The only limit to how much you can wr…
 
Today we have Aviv Shalgi, a Co-Founder and CEO of Solar Simplified where he is Revolutionizing the way solar energy is distributed, bringing it to the masses... Stay with us to learn a ton about green/ alternative energy production, distribution, and pricing. Enjoy the episode!Aviv's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/avivshalgi/Solar Simplifie…
 
If you can’t seem to find the time to write, you must ask yourself the following questions: “What is it that I’m trying to get from writing this book? Can I get elsewhere? If so, how might it be different?” These questions will help you prioritize your book if that’s what you should be working on right now. Remember that we never write books in a v…
 
Ollie Lovell · ERRR #054. Peps McCrea on Motivating Students The ERRR podcast can also be listened to on Spotify,… The post ERRR #054. Peps McCrea on Motivating Students appeared first on Ollie Lovell.By Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell
 
If you give yourself three years to write a book, you’ll take three years. If you give yourself three days, you’ll take three days. Of course, some books can’t be written in three days. But the point is that we humans can stretch time. Working under pressure is, for many of us, an opportunity to achieve more in less time. Such is the case with book…
 
One of the best ways to ensure your success as a writer is to build a team to surround you. You need to have a team of people who can help you in your writing endeavors and support you during the tough seasons. It’s one thing to have an audience that reads what you publish, but it’s another to have a group of people who help you through thick and t…
 
What if your book gets bad reviews? Nothing changes, truly. Bad reviews don’t matter. Good reviews don’t matter. No reviews don’t matter. One review doesn’t matter, nor does one hundred. You must remember that it’s often the most vocal who write the reviews. They don’t represent everybody. The people you can have an impact on don’t necessarily writ…
 
Kyle and I chat about the struggles of living that covid life, what it's like needing 170 gauge strings for his basses and the ins and outs of writing music in the modern world. Follow Kyle: https://www.instagram.com/kskonkiel/?hl=en Follow Chrys: https://www.instagram.com/c__333j/?hl=en Follow Player's Pick: https://www.instagram.com/playerspickpo…
 
To celebrate our blockbuster new issue, Merl, El and Steve take a look back at the whirlwind career of Babymetal so far, from their origins in a completely different, teen J-pop group, to their breakthrough in the UK with Gimme Chocolate!!, to stealing the show at Sonisphere Festival and the 2015 Golden Gods, to breaking Wembley records and what mi…
 
What’s the best way to write compelling books fast? Equip yourself with a number of smart people who can review your work and offer suggestions. It’s hard to see the frame when you’re in the picture—even for the best writers in the world. Recently, I was working on a grammar textbook and one of my reviewers pointed out serious flaws in the organiza…
 
Today we have Livvy Drake, the driver of environmental behavior change in organizations across the UK. We will discuss practical steps of bringing more environmental awareness to the masses, and dealing with tricky cases.Livvy works with businesses, events, and green champions to achieve their sustainability goals whilst demonstrating how campaigne…
 
How long should your book be? That’s a tricky question, but there’s an answer to it. If you’re just trying to get a short message out, 5,000 to 15,000 words will do it. However, such a book won’t be taken very seriously by avid readers. 30,000 words are the baseline for a serious book, and 50,000 words is a reasonable amount. 60,000 words and over …
 
The power you have when writing and speaking is to create images people envision. By using similes and metaphors, you can shift someone’s perspective on a topic. Metaphors are implicit comparisons while similes are implicit. Don’t be afraid to pepper your writing with metaphors and similes. Your readers will enjoy writing even more, and you stand a…
 
The beauty of writing a book is that you have more room to tell the true story of who you are, what you’ve accomplished, and what you stand for. Whereas conversations and social media posts are limited, books give you the freedom to write as much as you want and to structure your content in a way that appeals to your reader. There are many 80,000+ …
 
A hook is a line that grabs your reader’s attention and makes them want to continue reading. How do you create a good hook? First, you need a clear picture of where you want to take your readers past the hook. Second, you must determine how to grab their attention through curiosity or intrigue in a way that connects to where you want to take them? …
 
In an exclusive interview, Eleanor talks to Gojira's Joe and Mario Duplantier about the making of their amazing new album, Fortitude. The brothers open up on the influences that made the album, the philosophies that shape their worldview, why they're not scared of dying, what people misunderstand the most about them and more. To get the full interv…
 
The definition of doing something professionally is doing something with excellence even when we don’t feel like it. If you want to write like a professional, you need to get rid of the notion that writing is always fun. Writing is not always fun, and sometimes you must labor for it. But in the end, every minute spent on writing when you found it d…
 
Masks, gloves, and other sorts of medical waste created in unprecedented amounts since early 2020 and throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic create a massive environmental and social burden globally. What's the solution? Andy Straisfeld from Lifecycle Revive has an answer and a perfectly working business model. Located in Brantford, Ontario, Life…
 
Bill and I catch up on life, tour plans, music projects, pandemic and his booze business. One of my most favorite human beings I have had the pleasure to know a bit through the years :) Faith No More https://www.fnm.com/ Bill's Rakija www.Yebiga.com Chrys https://www.instagram.com/c__333j/?hl=en Player's Pick https://www.instagram.com/playerspickpo…
 
Albert Einstein said, “Creativity is intelligence fun while having fun.” If you want to be creative, know your zone of genius and make sure you enjoy your work. Never dwell on projects that don’t fire you up. Creative success comes from solving problems you love, and it’s especially true in writing. Problems require you to stretch your intellectual…
 
Every writer has a different way of getting from point A to point B. Some writers take the scenic route, some writers just jump right in, and others stop every few feet to take pictures. The journey is up to each individual writer — but it's important that they are thoughtful about how they get from one place to the next. In order to be thoughtful,…
 
It's not always easy to tell what the difference is between a fact and an insight. The truth is, there are some similarities - they both offer valuable information that can help make sense of the world. But just because there are similarities doesn't mean these two things are interchangeable. The simple way to distinguish fact and insights is by th…
 
Days before she defends the Raw Women's Championship against Asuka and Charlotte Flair at Wrestlemania Backlash, Merl chats to WWE superstar and diehard metalhead Rhea Ripley! They discuss her amazing rise through the ranks of WWE (and what it was like doing so without any fans in the building), her discovery of metal through hearing a Papa Roach s…
 
Many people have the unfortunate tendency to write confusing sentences. They put too much information or the information is in the wrong order. As a result, readers are confused and don’t feel convinced by the argument, if they get the argument at all. You need to remember that a sentence starts with someone doing something. If you don’t have someo…
 
Writing a book based on true events can be tricky. You want to avoid legal actions, and you want to avoid hurting people you know and love. If you are writing based on true events, you need to remember that it should serve the audience, not you. Focus on what others can learn from these events, and take out details that don’t drive these lessons fo…
 
When companies rebrand or get acquired, branded merchandise with outdated logos and mottos often end up in a landfill before their actual material life is over. This is a very concerning and sad issue for the environment. Ben Grossman mobilized the resources of the 4th generation family business in marketing and created the platform of givers and t…
 
The title is by far the most important part of a book. It doesn’t matter if the book is brilliant; the title is mediocre, the book won’t have the impact it can. Your book title should do things: it should provoke your readers to think, and it should invite the reader to continue the conversation. The first part of your title, usually short and witt…
 
Once you’ve written your book and are ready to publish it, you need to sell it. One of the most important aspects of this process is writing your book description. Sure, you need to market your book and get the message out there. But if your book description isn’t appealing, no one will want to buy it. To write a good book description, you need to …
 
It's not easy finding the time and energy to put into writing a book. There are so many other demands on our lives, and we can’t predict the unexpected things that happen. If you truly wish to write a book, though, you need to make writing a non-negotiable. You cannot find time; you need to make it. Ruthlessly reevaluate your schedule to see where …
 
Merl, El and Jonathan sift through some of the recent big releases in metal (plus a couple of underground bangers yet to come). What's brought so much love out for this Cannibal Corpse album? Has the new Evile record been worth the wait? And are Tetrarch lovingly reigniting nu metal or just ripping it off? All that and more...…
 
Journaling is one of the most common and effective ways to improve writing skills. It can be as simple or complicated as you want it to be, and you don’t need to show your writing to anybody. If anything, journaling is a great way to build a writing practice and to collect events and practical insights. Join The Word Leader Facebook Community to le…
 
Being quotable is a writer’s ultimate goal. It means that other people quote you and link to your work, sharing your nicely worded insights. To be quote-worthy, you need to make sure your writing has a universal appeal, that you use golden words and write golden sentences, and that you make writing short, sweet, and concise. Join The Word Leader Fa…
 
Today, we are discussing metal packaging, how the work of VP Sustainability at a big company like Trivium Packaging looks like, the systemic collaboration of infrastructures in different industries such as packaging and recycling, Trivium's long-term Climate Change Commitment and many more. Enjoy the episode!Additional resourcesJenny's LinkedIn pro…
 
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Persuasive writing is an essential skill for anyone who wants to be a successful writer, but it can seem difficult and overwhelming to learn. In this episode, I am giving you an example of persuasive writing by reading the essay “I Want a Wife” by Judy Brady. This short essay is a very persuasive one, and part of its strength lies in its simplicity…
 
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