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Best Jacob Joyce podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Jacob Joyce podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Glory Living with Matt Sorger is a fresh, supernatural podcast with special guest appearances from today’s Spirit-empowered influencers as well as teaching series from Matt Sorger that will empower you to life a life saturated with the glory of God, overflowing His presence everywhere you go. Matt has ministered in over 35 nations seeing God’s tangible glory save, heal and set people free.
 
Master the clean exit! Discover secrets of M&A Masters. You'll hear inside interviews with M&A advisors, attorneys, investment bankers, private equity players, and the entrepreneurs themselves. If you ever want to sell your business this is a must-listen podcast.
 
Consciously Speaking is your spot to listen in on guests from all walks of the mindful evolution. You'll be introduced to premiere thought leaders in conscious development while receiving insights on how to live with more integrity, work with greater passion, and lead an extraordinary life. Topics will range from financial matters to relationships, and dieting to divorce. A variety of guest coaches will be on hand to inspire you, as well as your regular host, Michael Neeley.
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
Real Drummers. Real Stories. With over a 200 episodes and counting, Working Drummer Podcast is the source for those interested in what it’s like to be a professional drummer. Each weekly interview showcases a performer with a sometimes less recognizable name but always impressive body of work. This unique approach has garnered a niche audience hungry for unfiltered stories about what it takes to make a living as a musician today. Working Drummer hears from a diverse range of musicians who re ...
 
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Today’s guest is Rachel Grant. Rachel is the owner and founder of Rachel Grant Coaching and is a Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach. She is also the author of Beyond Surviving: The Final Stage in Recovery from Sexual Abuse. Rachel brings to the table a passionate belief that her clients do not have to remain trapped or confronted daily by the thoughts or …
 
Jimmy Paxson has toured, performed and/or recorded with Stevie Nicks, The Dixie Chicks, Alanis Morissette, Idina Menzel, Ben Harper, Ellen... The post 262 – Jimmy Paxson: Drumming for the Dixie Chicks, Stevie Nicks, Ben Harper, Lessons Learned from Veterans like Waddy Wachtel & Joe Sample appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.…
 
Your identity doesn’t have to be defined by the words of others, by your past mistakes, or by the circumstances of life. God’s truth will set you free and completely redefine who you are, based not on your past, but on the future God has for you. You can overcome every trauma, pain and abuse and be completely transformed in the rest of God.…
 
Today’s guest is Natasha Todorovic-Cowan. Whether it is resistance to change, cultures in conflict, or dysfunctional teams, Natasha’s expertise includes unraveling people messes from C-suite to shop floor. Rooted in 70 years of research and application, Natasha has more than 25 years of experience applying SPIRAL DYNAMICS® assessments, tools and pr…
 
In today’s episode, we sit down with Jordan Selleck-- the founder of 51 Labs. 51 Labs provides digital marketing services to the lower-middle market and were founded based on a string of failures that blossomed into success. Our guest, and 51 Labs, focuses on generating quality and engaging video content for their clients through using original ide…
 
Today’s guest is my friend and colleague, Sharla Jacobs. Sharla, along with her husband and business partner, Jesse Koren, have been called the #1 Source for turning Coaches and Holistic Practitioners into 6-Figure Transformational Leaders. They’ve also been recognized as the world’s leading authorities when it comes to teaching how to attract more…
 
Dr. Michael Hochella is a University Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Virginia Tech. Michael’s research is at the intersection of nanoscience and environmental geochemistry. He studies very small things that can impact the health of the planet and the health of humans. Since childhood, Mike has been fascinated by airplanes and flying, and he rec…
 
Today we're joined by Richard Friedman, Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School and Mahler enthusiast! We break down Mahler's stormy and triumphant Fifth Symphony and lament the absence of Michigan Athletics in wake of the coronavirus. Timestamps for our discussion of individual movements are below: 1st Mvt: 6:20 2nd Mvt: 23:20 3r…
 
Today we're joined by Ben Manis, Assistant Conductor of the Houston Grand Opera, to break down Mahler's dark and broody Seventh Symphony. Timestamps for where we start talking about individual movements: 1st Mvt: 7:05 2nd Mvt: 28:30 3rd Mvt: 39:55 4th Mvt: 49:15 5th Mvt: 55:05 www.attentiontodetailpod.com…
 
Today’s guest is Junie Moon Schreiber. Junie Moon, known as The Love Coach, teaches women in midlife how to magnetize their man and experience Next Level Love. With her dating strategies coupled with powerful mindset tools that help squash negative beliefs, women can fully embrace this precious stage of life with confidence, ease and excitement. Ju…
 
Hannah is back to help break down Mahler's tragic Sixth Symphony, a massive and complicated piece that takes a while to break down! For your convenience, here is where we start talking about each movement: 1st Mvt: 12:30 2nd Mvt: 28:25 3rd Mvt: 39:45 4th Mvt: 50:15 And here is a link to the recording of the last movement we refer to!…
 
Khari Parker has spent his entire life in Chicago. He began playing drums in church and became interested in jazz... The post 261 – Khari Parker: Chicago Born & Bred, Playing with George Benson and Destiny’s Child, The Importance of Playing in a Room with People appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.…
 
Your identity doesn’t have to be defined by the words of others, by your past mistakes, or by the circumstances of life. God’s truth will set you free and completely redefine who you are, based not on your past, but on the future God has for you. You can overcome every trauma, pain and abuse and be completely transformed in the rest of God.…
 
Today’s guest is Rosie Aiello. Rosie is an Award-winning entrepreneur, Best-selling author, Speaker, Women’s Empowerment Mentor & Transformational Leader She is the author of upcoming mother & daughter memoir: 11 Hours to Freedom which is about the unbreakable bond of love between a passionate mother and her strong-willed daughter that carries them…
 
Today’s guest is Sharón Lynn Wyeth is recognized internationally as an expert on names as she can determine one's strengths, challenges and the purpose of one's life by deciphering a person's name. Sharón created Neimology® Science, the study of the placement of the letters in a name, after 15 years of research followed by 3 years of testing her th…
 
Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou is the Todd R. Klaenhammer Distinguished Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences at North Carolina State University. He is also Editor-In-Chief of The CRISPR Journal and co-founder of Intellia Therapeutics, Locus Biosciences and TreeCo. Rodolphe’s research is focused on CRISPR gene editing te…
 
We embark on our Ten Mahler Symphonies in Ten Days project by starting with Mahler's First Symphony, a fantastic, exciting, highly dramatic piece. As we mention in the episode, we suggest listening to a movement before you listen to the breakdown, so you can follow along more easily! 8:45 First movement 26:10 Second movement 32:25 Third movement 45…
 
Due to the coronavirus apocalypse, we imagine many of our listeners have a little extra time on their hands these days. So for the next ten (hopefully!) days, we'll be breaking down one of the ten Mahler symphonies - what better way to ride out this craziness than by exploring the epic works of one of the greatest composers of all time! www.attenti…
 
Kip is the touring and recording drummer for Nashville artist Devin Dawson. Drumming for Devin allowed Kip the opportunity to... The post 260: – Kip Allen: Cultivating Your Own Voice & Sound, Working with Producer Jay Joyce, Building a Strong Instagram Following, Drumming for Devin Dawson appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.…
 
Your identity doesn't have to be defined by the words of others, by your past mistakes, or by the circumstances of life. God's truth will set you free and completely redefine who you are, based not on your past, but on the future God has for you. You can overcome every trauma, pain and abuse and be completely transformed in the rest of God.…
 
In today’s episode, we sit down with Bud Moore, who is the founding partner of Valesco Industries-- a lower-middle market private equity firm in Dallas, Texas. We love everything Valesco is doing, especially because there is a large need for their expertise, guidance, and capital in the lower-middle market. “Our ideas are muscle, and so we put that…
 
On today's episode, we explore the concept of gesture in music. We ask what a musical gesture actually is, examine how music is constructed as a series of gestures, discuss some of the most common types of musical gestures, and listen to some famous pieces through this new lens. If you enjoy the episode, remember to rate, review, and subscribe! www…
 
This Special Episode is a Memorial to my sister, Theresa Sue (Neeley) Seabaugh, as well as an inside look at her life from those who knew and loved her dearly. In it, you will hear pieces taken from the funeral services, as well as casual stories being shared at family gatherings. This may not be of interest to you at all, and I completely understa…
 
Dr. Natalia Vergara is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the Sue Anschutz-Rodgers Eye Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Natalia uses stem cells to understand how the retina forms during development and how it degenerates during disease with the goal of developing therapies to help patients wh…
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Roberta Shaler. As a relationship consultant, mediator, speaker and author, Dr. Shaler, aka The Relationship Help Doctor, provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. Her mission is to help people stop tolerating abuse. Even the United States Marines have sought her help. Dr. Shaler focuses on helping the partn…
 
Today’s guest is Joyce Dales. Joyce is the President of Buzzagogo and the inventor of Cold Bee Gone, a homeopathic, Manuka Honey based remedy that you swab in your nose to fight cold, flu, allergies and to protect the nasal biome. Joyce is a mom to two beautiful girls through the gift of international adoption. She and her husband Jeffrey run their…
 
Today’s guest is Adalina East. Adalina is a transformational healer and intuitive channel, bringing forth healing modalities to support others through this current time and space. Using Transformational Healing, Adalina is able to locate and release the inner obstacles to trauma recovery, replacing them with vibrant health and joy. Channeling light…
 
Dr. David Sedlak is the Plato Malozemoff Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Co-Director of the Berkeley Water Center, Deputy Director of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for Reinventing the Nation's Urban Water Infrastructure, and Director of the Institute for Environmental Science and Eng…
 
Today’s guest is Scot Conway, in 1988, Scot's father told him, “You’re not much of a man. I can’t help you, because I never figured it out. You’re smart. You’ll have to figure it out.” On the way to discovering what it really means to be a man, Scot has become an accomplished martial artist, earning 7 black belts in varying degrees in as many disci…
 
Creighton Doane’s musical life began at a young age in a household where music formed the heart and soul of... The post 258 – Creighton Doane: Drummer, Mutli-instumentalist and Producer, A Drummer’s Sensibilities when Arranging and Writing appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer
 
Have you ever felt like you are consistently dating the wrong type of person? Or you feel unsure about how to know if someone is compatible for you? In this episode, we teach you how to find the goldmine and not the landmine. Learn strategies on what to look for while you’re dating and getting to know someone. Be equipped to date in a healthy way a…
 
Today’s guest is Devin Galaudet. Devin is the publisher of In The Know Bride, which chronicles his endeavor to marry his wife in 100 countries around the world. (They’ve married 20 times in 15 countries, so far). He has been teaching Kabbalah and the Western Mystery tradition for over twenty years and is a bishop for the Temple of the Silver Star. …
 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by Vania Schlogel-- the founder and CEO of Atwater Capital, who focuses exclusively on the media and entertainment sectors. In our chat, Vania shares with us the fine line between being able to have the formal, polished side of the business in conjunction with the creative and operational side. Vania also chats abou…
 
On this week's Top 10 list, we explore the massive world of chamber music with Austin Huntington, principal cellist of the ISO and cellist in the Indianapolis Quartet. We throw out our favorite pieces and movements, talk about performance of chamber music vs. orchestral playing, and geek out on famous cellists! Playlist of pieces: Here www.attentio…
 
Dr. Jonathan Toner is a Research Assistant Professor in Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington. Jon conducts research on planetary surfaces, such as Earth, Mars, and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn. He is interested in identifying and better understanding sources and potential of water in these environments. This work has impo…
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Joanne Lefebvre Connolly. Dr. Joanne is a vegan intuitive veterinarian who empowers animals and humans to live in balance, as One, with the web of life. She promotes medicine for the mind, body and soul. Dr. Joanne guides families in tuning in with their pets, themselves, nature & the Universe to make better, fair and personali…
 
Have you ever felt like you are consistently dating the wrong type of person? Or you feel unsure about how to know if someone is compatible for you? In this episode, we teach you how to find the goldmine and not the landmine. Learn strategies on what to look for while you’re dating and getting to know someone. Be equipped to date in a healthy way a…
 
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