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For the last 20 years, among other things, I was an Executive Coach to CEO’s of larger corporations. Now I am moving on to MY Next Chapter. I invite you to join me in my journey. It makes no difference if you are retiring or making any significant change to your life. We are all on the same journey. So tune in and tag along. We will talk about “what you can do next.” It might deal with transition, desire, curiosity, loss, or anything else that has to do with our Next Chapter in Life.
 
From the land of Arnold, Missouri where the only skyscraper we need is a water tower, comes an entertainment podcast where two bold Midwesterners record a stream of consciousness touching on everything from movies, comics, to politics. Be enlightened! Website: atownfm.com Twitter: @atownfm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/atownfm Tags: atownfm
 
Welcome to the Rum Barber Zero Gapped podcast. This podcast is an extension of our YouTube channel where we review Barbering equipment. In this podcast we go more in-depth about the Barbering equipment we review, answer your questions and interview the manufacturers themselves. If you are into clippers, trimmers, foils and anything Barber tool related then this is the podcast for you.
 
In The Barber Chair is a podcast series by Movember bringing you real cuts and real conversations about what it means to be a man today. Recorded at Ted's Grooming Room, London, with hosting duties split between Tim Lovejoy and Matt Johnson, each episode features an open and honest conversation between guest and host, because while the moustache has always been the conversation starter, it’s talking and being there for someone that really matters.
 
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Show Notes It is so good to be back in studio. I so prefer working with you in here rather than remotely in my home office. Now that’s odd coming from an introvert. But I think perhaps I am only a “partial introvert,” I still enjoy live conversations with interesting people. And “interesting” certainly describes our guest today. I have known Haley …
 
Majd Taby joins the show to talk about the launch and growth of his Apple Design Award winning app Darkroom as well as writing and publishing the book Displaced: Stories from the Syrian Diaspora. Links & Show Notes Majd on Twitter Darkroom Displaced: Stories from the Syrian Diaspora Majd "Apple Design Award Unboxing" video More Launched Website - l…
 
So not as many new items of equipment in the shop this week as last week but we did get a couple of new things. We are also back in lockdown unfortunately, so we didn't get too much time to try what we did get. However, we did get a lot of good listener questions on Instagram, so we tried to get through as many of them as possible! Plus, we announc…
 
Show Notes Who doesn’t love Fairy Tales? Today Terry Hershey and I will engage in yet another very impromptu discussion. This time we plan to dive into the, may I say, treacherous waters of Fairy Tail. As kids, so many of us were “Walt Disneyed” with challenging and happy-ending Fairy Tales, which offered hope for overcoming the hardships and trial…
 
We have had so many things arriving the shop this week, from a secret prototype to all the new Quartered Steels scissors, there is so much to discuss! Plus we will be doing our first ever giveaway on the podcast. We are giving away a new Gamma Protege duo kit so be sure to enter and best of luck! Check out our YouTube channel for reviews and tutori…
 
In this weeks episode we cover a variety of topics relating to the Barbering equipment we have been using and reviewing in the shop. We also answer our listeners equipment related questions. Covered in this episode: Gamma Plus Ergo Babyliss FX01 Gamma Plus Prodigy YOI Chopper 5.5" and 7" scissor Quartered Steels Architect and Master Precision sciss…
 
Show Notes The show today and our guest, Lindsay Davis, are very special. Although Lindsay and I only recently met, we hit it off like a couple of deeply kindred spirits. I think our listeners are in for a real treat. Today Lindsay Davis and I will take a deep dive into what I’m calling “Flirting on The Edge of the Unknown.” In our chat, we will di…
 
In this episode we answer your questions and discuss the Barbering equipment we have been using throughout the week. We cover the new equipment we are about to review and cover the following in detail: 3versince PDR blade Wahl Metal Magic Clip Andis Supra Tomb45 Eco Battery Should we have modular clippers? Recycling Barber equipment GoldFX Trimmer …
 
Show Notes Today’s show takes us on a journey down that “road less traveled.” Today we will learn about the value of life from the insights of author and professor, Dr. Donna Friess. Donna will talk to us about the value of nostalgia, overcoming childhood tragedy, and her fervent belief, that in spite of anything, happiness is a choice. My colleagu…
 
Host Larry Groce and the Mountain Stage team culled together this episode of songs by some of music's greatest songwriters, performed by various artists over the years on Mountain Stage.We touch on the songs of Bob Dylan, with performances by The Band, Chris Smither, Jimmy LaFave and The Derek Trucks Band.Songs of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter are…
 
Show Notes Today is a fun show because we have back our good friend, Terry Hershey. As many listeners know, Terry is the author of 17 books, acclaimed public speaker, teacher, and, what I like to call, minister of grace and human dignity. Today Terry and I will attempt to tackle a most sensitive question: That is, how can detachment provide emotion…
 
Show Notes Our guest today brings with her a huge potpourri of emotional tragedy, cosmic learning, and even a surprising taste of laughter. And I say “a surprising taste of laughter” because after Soheila Adelipour tells her story, I guarantee you will be unsure exactly how to respond. The one thing you most certainly will walk away with is a renew…
 
Show Notes I think today’s show will be fun. I plan to talk about “The Adventure Called Life” because that is how our special guest today lives his life… as an ongoing adventure. As a personal development coach, Nate Johnson genuinely “lives” life. Check it out. He is an American city guy turned white water rafting guide in New Zealand, a rancher t…
 
Show Notes Today we are honored to once again have a recent guest who was on the show only a couple weeks ago. In our previous show Linda Olsen and I focused on the “value of creating a personal story.” But according to listeners, we neglected to explain the tactics or procedures of actually creating Your Own Story. Today Linda and I will dedicate …
 
It was an extraordinary journey, and a life that reads like a fairy tale. Xuanzang was born at the start of the seventh century in China. He studied as a monk and travelled for 16 years - first westwards, and then in a crescent back and down over the Himalayas to India . He returned a famous man, laden with Buddhists texts and artefacts. Historian …
 
Show Notes Hey Paul. I am especially interested in our show today, as we will discuss, at least in part, how each of us contains a Zone of Genius hungering to make an impact. This show if filled with insight and tangible steps to becoming the kind of person you really want to be. Kamin Samuel is one of my most respected people. Her intelligence and…
 
Michael McRay introduces Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling (which is completing seven years, woohoo!!), and the August, 2020 theme "Gone." After our storytellers work their charm, Rob McRay provides the understory; plans for the next event are announced.For more information about Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling events, please visit: https://tenx9nashville.…
 
James Graham, the award-winning playwright whose work includes the TV dramas "Brexit: The Uncivil War" and "Quiz", tells Matthew Parris why he is inspired by the life and work of John Maynard Keynes. Keynes was not just the revolutionary economist who helped shape the course of post-war history. The programme explores his colourful love life and li…
 
Revisiting an episode from 2010 featuring performances by Jakob Dylan & Three Legs, The Tallest Man On Earth, April Smith & the Great Picture Show, The Watson Twins, and Clare & The Reasons. Support provided by Digital Relativity. https://digitalrelativity.com/By West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
Show Notes Last week I watched a video of singer/songwriter and philanthropist Jewel. Among several of her captivating ideas Jewel concluded the most important thing she can do in her mid-forties is to concentrate her primary goal as the nourishment of her soul. In today’s show I’d like to feature our good friend Terry Hershey, author 17 books, acc…
 
“I was astonished by the experience of standing there, where the two oceans met. I knew at that very moment this would be my concept: the meeting of worlds". Okwui Enwezor.For centuries, the art establishment had been defined and dictated by predominantly white, wealthy, western critics and curators. Then in the early 90’s a young man who was born …
 
Show Notes Today, I will talk about a subject very dear to my heart—the meaning of life. As many know, I am a big fan of Dr. Jordan Peterson, a Canadian professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto. In the last 5 years, Peterson has become a very wildly renowned speaker and author. In a recently posted YouTube video on The Meaning of Life, …
 
Comedian and presenter Tom Allen first discovered Kenneth Williams as a young boy, watching the Carry On films and listening to Round the Horne with his mum. He joins Matthew Parris and Kenneth's biographer, Christopher Stevens, to explore the life of the famous twentieth century entertainer. Together, they discuss stealing the show, sexuality and …
 
Ernie Bevin led an extraordinary life. Born in Somerset in 1881, his father is unknown and his mother died when he was eight. He left his job as a farm labourer age 11 and moved to Bristol, where he helped to found the Transport and General Worker's Union. He was Churchill's Labour minister in the wartime cabinet, and heavily involved in postwar re…
 
Jessie Ware is a singer, songwriter and podcaster. Her latest, critically acclaimed, album, What's Your Pleasure?, draws inspiration from soul, funk, boogie, and disco - and, notably, the work of the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer. Jessie joins Matthew Parris and Pete Bellotte, co-producer and co-writer of many of Donna Summer's biggest hits - I Feel…
 
Bearded, profoundly deaf and somewhat eccentric, Tsiolkovsky's theoretical work means he is, for many, the "father of space travel". He died in 1935, and so never saw his research come to fruition. To discuss Tsiolkovsky's life and achievements, Matthew Parris is joined by Peter Frankopan, Professor of Global History at Oxford and author of the int…
 
The first episode in the new series of In The Barber Chair welcomes British actor, columnist, LGBT rights activist, and dad Charlie Condou talking to host Matt Johnson about an acting career that includes seven years on Coronation Street, and the ups and downs of being a father See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
For the July, 2020 event, Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling is collaborating with Gideon's Army (https://gideonsarmyunited.org), to bring a special edition of six stories on the theme "Showing up." Michael McRay, the host, starts off with an introduction and hands over to veteran storytellers Sally Amkoa, and Alesha Handy, who introduce the storytellers…
 
“We’re talking here about a woman who was Mexican, dark skinned, disabled and queer, who produced art and didn’t allow her disabilities to define her. She defined who she was on her own terms," says Circe Henestrosa, co curator of Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up.Circe joins Jessie Burton, author of The Miniaturist in discussion about the Mexican art…
 
Show Notes As we consider making a change, my guest today, author, speaker, and entrepreneur Linda Olsen is going to walk us through a process of transforming our lives, from being stuck in the past to becoming vibrant today and in the future. And boy, does Linda have personal experience to support her story. But we’ll get into Linda’s story very s…
 
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