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When someone shares their experience openly and honestly, something magical happens: you’re able to see yourself in that story, connect with them, and grow together. The Gravity Project is an experiment in consciousness, community, and connection, and we invite you to join us in our mission to elevate humanity by inspiring, connecting, and empowering individuals and communities. The human experience - shared fully, insightfully, and profoundly. These are journeys worth hearing.
 
A podcast about culture and creativity and how it affects us - hosted by Alex Adams (Ms Darlinghurst) and Jye Smith (Doublestar Collective) we discover what it takes to run creative businesses. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking for motivation, a restless soul looking for inspiration or just in the creative industries, Alex and Jye delve into just what it takes.
 
The Freedom Matters podcast explores the intersection of technology, productivity, creativity and society. Our collaborators are the leading productivity, digital wellness, and creative voices of our time. They share their powerful stories and guidance on how to nurture productivity and reclaim control over technology. This is not another ‘productivity’ podcast which puts more pressure on listeners to obtain unrealistic life goals. Our stories are real, and the advice is pragmatic, authentic ...
 
TMZ's lawyers Jason Beckerman and Derek Kaufman loiter at the intersection of law and entertainment, where they look closely at the personalities, events and trends driving the world of celebrity — and how the law affects it all. You might learn something… then again you probably won’t… but either way it will be a fun ride!
 
Join Lilith, a psychic radio host, as she advises callers dealing with paranormal problems with nowhere else to turn. With help from her ghostly husband Jack and their demon housemate Grem, it's guaranteed to be the best advice in this life or the next. Questions? Comments? An overwhelming urge to have some sort of communication with anybody else? Email us at deadwavesradio@gmail.com
 
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"A.I. is everywhere. Jobs are being automated. Algorithms run your life. What are you doing about it?" (excerpt from Futureproof by Kevin Roose) In this episode, we welcome Kevin Roose, an award-winning technology columnist for the New York Times and the New York Times bestselling author of three books: Futureproof, Young Money and The Unlikely Dis…
 
Stephanie Hightower is the former president of USA Track & Field, and current president and CEO of the Columbus Urban League, a community‐based, non‐profit advocacy organization. She is a four-time US champion in the 100 meter hurdles, a five-time US indoor champion in the 60 meter hurdles, and earned a silver medal at the 1987 Pan American Games. …
 
Jordan Reeves is the Founder and Executive Director of VideoOut, an organization dedicated to producing LGBTQ+ stories, content, and programs to educate the world about the LGBTQ+ community and how to best advocate for it. Jordan has written for Huffington Post and created LGBTQ+ inclusive content for major brands including Hulu, Verizon, P&G, and …
 
What are Good Burdens? Why do we need them? And what is the relationship between laziness, love and technology? In this episode, we welcome Christina Crook, a leading voice in the field of digital well-being. As the author of the award-winning book, The Joy of Missing Out, and the leader of the global #JOMO movement, she interviews other mindful te…
 
Scott Simon was a meek and timid and fearful child. His withdrawn personality led to him being bullied and finding himself isolated and lonely. Though his loving family only had the best intentions, they perpetuated his behavior instead of pushing him to grow and overcome his anxieties. While at college, Scott stumbled upon the quote, “Do one thing…
 
Is being in nature the antidote to the negatives of technology use? Or does technology have a place to enhance our experience of nature? In this episode, we welcome Jenny Tough, an endurance athlete and adventurer, and Alex Roddie, nature photographer and explorer. Jenny is currently working on a global challenge to run, solo and unsupported, acros…
 
Kaitlin Mogentale, founder and CEO of Pulp Pantry, was a model student and, despite a healthy admiration for her more mischievous peers, was a high-achiever who studied and earned good grades at school while voluntarily taking on whatever extra-curricular activities she could. Attending a Women in Science event sparked her passion for the subject a…
 
Jim Mageean, or “Shanty Jim”, has been leading some of the best shanty sessions in the world for decades. His lengthy discography now includes his most recent project, a series of books and accompanying recordings titled Heave Away, Haul Away and Sail Away. In our first trans-Atlantic episode, we chat about Jim’s long history with shanties, his fam…
 
Many people blame distraction in the workplace on tools like email and Slack. Would our life be improved if we just took those tools away? Unfortunately the answer is not so simple... In this episode, we speak with Cal Newport, computer science professor at Georgetown University and a New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including Digi…
 
Mikey Sorboro is a natural-born entrepreneur. His story isn’t one of overcoming childhood adversity or trauma to grow into something remarkable. He simply worked hard, made astute observations about himself and the world around him, and was never scared to take the plunge into launching a business that fit the basic needs of consumers. While drivin…
 
As the world switches to hybrid working, many of us are having to learn how to manage our space, time and demands now that we work from home. But authors have been doing it for decades. What is the secret to success? In this episode, we welcome Joanna Rakoff, the author of the international bestselling memoir My Salinger Year and the novel A Fortun…
 
If you want something done right you gotta do it yourself, and Sturd is back to prove just that. With his kids in tow to give them one final chance, he's going to get what he wants and he's getting it now. Grem gets dusty. Jack reveals his final form. Lilith keeps it tight.⁣⁣This week's special guests are Emily Clark, Maria Monkaba, Tom Kollenberg,…
 
In early 2016, Achea Redd was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. Her initial attempts to hide it from the world only created a shame spiral that made things worse and, eventually, she suffered from a full mental breakdown. Once she acknowledged the situation with her loved ones and sought out treatment from mental health professionals, sh…
 
The data is inconclusive. Conflicting studies will paint very different stories about the relationship between technology and the mental health of young people. This episode hopes to bring some clarity to the situation. In this episode, we welcome Larissa May, founder of Half the Story, a global not-for-profit, whose mission is to empower youth to …
 
We meet Howard Getson, CEO of Capitalogix, a company that implements cutting-edge A.I. in the creation and management of hedge funds. He shares the four stages of A.I. application in business and how he believes the technology will change and shape the future, both in the corporate landscape and in our day-to-day lives. There are countless inspirin…
 
Will Clemente just finished his Sophmore year as a finance major. Since he dove down the rabbit hole about a year ago he's amassed almost 50k followers on Twitter looking to his on-chain analytics detailing why we should be bullish. In this ep we get some of that analysis from Will and learn more about his unique bitcoin story. Citizen Bitcoin on T…
 
Technology is getting a bad rep. In fact, gaming is a super-food, productivity itself is 'toxic', and urban geography is more to blame than iPhones when we consider the challenges of society today. In this episode, we welcome Jocelyn Brewer, a Sydney-based registered psychologist with a special interest in the psychology of technology and staying h…
 
Sometimes life throws happy little accidents your way and the only thing you can do is roll with the punches. What we really mean is that the button that switches between shows is broken and until then it’s Friend Group Time, bay-bee. Time to review all the stuff that’s happened to The Ghoul Gang until Jack can get the show back on track.⁣⁣Don't fo…
 
Ilya Bodner is the founder of numerous start-ups and has a unique perspective on innovation. A first-generation Uzbek immigrant, Ilya set his sights on achieving the American dream while paying his way through Ohio State University. His entrepreneurial spirit, one instilled in him as a child, hasn’t slowed down. He joins the Gravity Podcast to disc…
 
Seán Dagher has one of the most widely heard and recognized voices in all of shanties thanks to his work on the soundtrack for the video game Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. He talks to us about how he got involved with that project, the process of recording it (including the “drunk takes”), and how the success of the game and soundtrack changed h…
 
Can AI know our children better than we do? What are the signs of mental health problems online? And is it right that technology should be the first to spot them? In this episode, we welcome Doug Kaufman, the founder and CEO of Vertroos Health, which has created Nika. Nika is a tool to help parents identify mental health challenges in their childre…
 
Alex Frommeyer, known by many as Fro, is the Co-Founder and CEO of Beam Dental, a digital-first provider of dental insurance for businesses in over 40 states. Fro started Beam Dental with Alex Curry and Dan Dykes in 2012, applying their collective passion for solving problems to the fragmented and analog dental industry. With multiple dental profes…
 
Is the Social Dilemma a useful documentary? What are the problems with the current tech landscape and importantly, what are the solutions? In this episode, we welcome back Giancarlo Pitocco for the second part of our conversation with him. Giancarlo is an ex-Facebook/Instagram employee who has spent over a decade studying tech's impact on how we th…
 
Dan Sanders was just a normal guy until a bite turned him into a real a-hole. Between the blackouts and the outbursts this is the doucheiest problem the station has had in a while. Grem learned something new. Jack has a side thing. Lilith pampers herself.⁣⁣This week's guest is Alex Bergmans! Alex is a member of Go Comedy! Improv Theater in Ferndale…
 
Bruce Griffin Henderson is an author and the Chief Creative Officer of SmileDirectClub, the next generation oral care company. From touring musician, to author, to cancer survivor — he’s seen a lot and learned even more in his life. Each stop along the way has contributed to his unique perspective on the world, leaving him with an appreciation for …
 
Shanties were long considered "men's songs" and it was frowned upon for women to lead them. That is, until The Johnson Girls and other pioneering female singers decided to break through the "especially bearded, especially beer-bellied" resistance. In this episode, we chat about their many wild adventures, why they love shanties and how they pick an…
 
How honest are we with ourselves about our own screen habits? Honesty in this episode is key, as we discuss the best ways to parent in a digital age. In this episode, we welcome Parven Kaur, founder of Kids N Clicks; a web resource that help parents and children thrive in a digital world. With over 80,000 visits a month, Parven has a unique insight…
 
Debbie Penzone has a distinguished resume as a salon industry innovator, community leader, author, philanthropist, and lifestyle expert. She is passionate about wellness and inspiring others to live their fullest life, and integrates those principles into the business. When not leading a team of hundreds as President and CEO of Charles Penzone Inco…
 
Rodolfo Novak, is founder of Coinkite, of the longest running Bitcoin-only companies in the world and makers of beloved products ColdCard, OpenDime and BLOCKCLOCK. We get into Rodolfo's background, the early days of Coinkite and the lastest on Coinkite, entrepreneurship, economics and bitcoin's relationship to time. Citizen Bitcoin on Twitter Citiz…
 
During the pandemic, screentime amongst children sky-rocketed, and parents became anxious. But do we really need to worry? And what can we do to encourage our kids to thrive in this digital world? In this episode, we welcome Julia Storm, a Los Angeles-based Digital Media Wellness Specialist. She is an educator, writer, public speaker and the founde…
 
The last of Sturd's children has come to take the Ghoul Gang back to Hell but not without offering them each something in return. You know what they say about deals and devils but it's nothing compared to what Hem has to offer. Grem talks about his other favorite drink. Jack has last year's model. Lilith is bitextual.This week's special guest is To…
 
Rob Dube started his first business in high school selling Blow Pops out of his locker. For the last 30 years, he's served as the CEO and co-founder of imageOne, ranked as one of the Top 25 Small Businesses in America as a Forbes Small Giant. Rob has guided the company with a focus on their purpose: To deliver genuine care that consistently drives …
 
Take a look at shanties through the frame of Craig Edwards and Gibb Schreffler who have studied shanties intensely for years. From West African work songs, through the popularization of the banjo in America, through the Beatles in Liverpool. Join us on a trip around the world and through the years that explores the origins, evolution, present day r…
 
Just how damaging has the pandemic been for our digital habits, and how can positive psychology help us to reset? In this episode, we welcome Teodora Pavkovic a psychologist, parenting coach and digital wellness consultant who utilizes the principles of emotional intelligence, neuroscience and positive psychology to inform and improve digital welln…
 
Jack found what we thought was a recording of Dead Waves lost to the cruel beast that is audio entertainment. It's really thought provoking and we felt it necessary to share with our listeners. Jack has a new shirt. Lilith has a saying. Grem talks about his favorite subject.⁣⁣Don't forget to subscribe to our Patreon for exclusive content and more b…
 
Regan Walsh is an author, a keynote speaker for Fortune 500 companies such as Freddie Mac, Nike, Intuit, and JPMorgan, and an NYU-certified coach who focuses on helping women who are over-programmed and underwhelmed to reclaim their lives, both personally and professionally. She contributes to Harvard Business Review and Forbes and Fast Company, nb…
 
How should we define digital wellbeing? And how can technology serve us and our needs, values and aspirations? In this episode, we welcome Giancarlo Pitocco an ex-Facebook/Instagram employee who has spent over a decade studying tech's impact on how we think, feel, work, and communicate. Now he’s on a mission to help us reclaim our attention, wellbe…
 
Beta testing apps isn't an unfamiliar request for the Dead Waves crew, and most times it's rather pleasant. This time Agron the Successful has made something so foul, so hideous, Jack tries to please. Grem catches up. Lilith gets distracted.This week's special guest is Frankie Griffen (@frankiegbaby)! Frankie is the host of WizWorld LIVE, a magical…
 
Susan McPherson is a serial connector, angel investor, and corporate responsibility expert with more than 25 years of experience in the field of marketing, public relations, and corporate responsibility. In 2013, she founded McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy focused on the intersection of brands and social impact, to provide storyt…
 
The final VM EP for now. Cooking up something special for 92. This episode is supported by Beau Jo's Colorado Style Pizza and 10 Barrel Brewing Company. Email me alex@wintrymixcast.com. Leave the pod a voicemail at 802 560 5003. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Google Play or elsewhere. Now on Spotify too. Follow and/or pester me on instagram @wintry…
 
New Orleans is famous for its singular culture and music. So what do shanties look like there? Alex McMurray from The Valparaiso Men's Chorus talks to us about his journey with shanties that has taken him from New York to Tokyo DisneySea to New Orleans, the impact of Katrina and the pandemic on the music scene there, and of course the Chorus' uniqu…
 
Jonathan Garner discusses the evolution of work and how companies now need to invest in their teams in new ways. In a hybrid workplace how do we recreate water-cooler moments? Our guest this week is clear - zoom quizzes are not the answer. Instead, how about investing in a Culture of You. In this episode, we welcome Jonathan Garner, founder or Mind…
 
What really is fun? And how do we get more of it in our lives? In this episode, we welcome Catherine Price, "...the Marie Kondo of brains" (The New York Times), journalist, speaker and author of international best-seller, 'How to Break Up with Your Phone'. In this episode we discuss: what the pandemic has taught Catherine about screen/life balance …
 
Content warning: this episode features graphic descriptions of violence and domestic abuse. Katy Smith is Business Editor at The Columbus Dispatch and Editor of Columbus CEO magazine. She has been a journalist for more than 20 years, most of those covering business in Columbus. She grew up in Bexley and now lives in Clintonville in a duplex with he…
 
One of the many perks of retirement is that you have all the time in the world to relax and Mildred Teach has taken this concept to a whole new level. Not only has he gone on multiple cruises since retirement but each one has lasted many years and he's never aged a day. Jack gets his defenses ready. Grem teaches an art class. Lilith has her private…
 
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