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Updated July 2020
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Thank you for listening to our audio podcast. Vintage Church is a Christian non-denominational church located in Harker Heights, Texas. Our church exists to create engaging environments where people can learn, trust and follow Jesus. Find out more about our church by browsing our website at www.vintagechurch.cc. If there is anything we can do to help you, email hello@vintagechurch.cc and let us know!
 
To all the marketing and sales operations pros out there deep in the trenches, we know automation work isn’t glamorous. And maybe it seems like no one cares about your Salesforce hack or that Marketo lead routing program you built from scratch at 2 in the morning. But we're here to change all that. Because without you, there would be no hypergrowth companies. This podcast is just for you. Every other Friday, you'll hear from Sean Lane, aka SAL, Director of Operations at Drift, and leading op ...
 
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As more gardeners shop for native plants each year, more plant descriptions in catalogs and on nursery labels use the blanket phrase “pollinator-friendly” to catch our attention. But is that the whole story behind each plant that’s so labeled, and how do we choose among the many named coneflowers or asters or heucheras, and figure out which one doe…
 
When I got my copy of the new “Peterson Reference Guide to Woodpeckers of North America,” I tracked down the author’s email address at once, and sent him a message: “I’m mad for woodpeckers,” I wrote, and Stephen Shunk wrote back: “Mad for woodpeckers is a very good thing.” I suspect if you are not already, that by the end of this story and podcast…
 
In this episode, we’re not looking under the hood of another tech company that just got a splashy round of funding or delving into the finer nuances of SaaS metrics. Instead, we're going inside Boston-based nonprofit More Than Words. More Than Words is a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers young adults who are in the foster care system, court…
 
Summer: It’s what I refer to as the season of dragging hoses, and for me at least this year, the fact that it seems to have stopped raining with any regularity or measurable impact is making it worse. This is the season when we must all pay strict attention to watering, but how, and how often, and what to give our attention to most and why? I talke…
 
I recap the great guests and discussions that came in Season 4 of Do a Day as I pause for a couple of weeks between seasons. There’s some great stuff coming in Season 5, so be sure to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast platform so you don’t miss the start of the next season! Key Points from the Episode: Wally Carmichael joined us to tal…
 
The world is shifting focus again now toward opening up this time, several months after much shutting down. But as we do, I for one hope we won’t turn too quickly away from awareness of the solace that the garden has provided and that it offers for us at all times, bad or good. Adrian Higgins Today’s guest has been taking note of that in various wa…
 
Lakshmi Dev Bowen is a soul fulfillment mentor for the Everything to Everyone Woman who seeks acceptance outside of herself, leaving her feeling disconnected and deeply desiring inner peace. She has been studying and practicing yoga and spiritual healing for over twenty years and is dedicated to uplifting the planet by positively impacting others t…
 
Garden designer Bill Noble starts his new book with this promise, “I’m going to tell you a story of the pleasures and challenges, both aesthetic and practical, of creating a garden that feels genuinely rooted to its place.” His book, called “Spirit of Place,” profiles the making of his own garden in New England, but at the same time teaches us to t…
 
A pretty common question we get is, “How does Drift use Drift?” On today's episode, we're turning the tables on someone else who also uses their own company's product: Gong. Gong is a revenue intelligence platform that gives you visibility into customer interactions, and our guest is Brandy Ringler, their Global Sales Enablement Manager. Brandy is …
 
Around 15 years ago, Andrew Hood was transferred to another city for work. It coincided with having financial problems due to a bad real estate investment that he had made at the time. He was isolated from family and friends with a failing single income, a bad investment and a two year old son. He had always been a sufferer of anxiety, but at that …
 
The beloved wildflowers of springtime—the trilliums, the mayapples, the Virginia bluebells—are probably gone till next year, but don’t despair. Here comes the next cast of players, the wildflowers of summer. The acclaimed naturalist Carol Gracie looks beyond their surface beauty in her new book on the subject, into their life histories and even cul…
 
Paul is a Future Mindset Coach, Teacher, Futurist, Author, and Speaker who brings perspective, wisdom, foresight, and insight to the difference-makers in the world. His express wish in serving others is that the more people experience joy, fulfilment, and peace of mind in their lives by living their dreams, the better they will impact their familie…
 
We're back for Part 2! The playbook for success is one that’s hard to come by. In hypergrowth companies, you are often running around so much that it can nearly impossible to stop and articulate the evolution you’re a part of, what's working, and what isn't. Unlike so many of us, our guest on today's episode has taken the time to write it all down.…
 
I was crawling around weeding the other day and there it was, yet another turquoise colored plastic label I knew was from the original Heronswood Nursery near Seattle, which has been closed about 15 years. No plant, just a label. I found three such lonely turquoise labels that day, as I do each spring, reminders of plants I loved and lost. Yes, pla…
 
Emily Gough is a podcasting and business coach, speaker and host of the Room to Grow Podcast, a space for open, honest and real discussions about tough lessons learned in life and entrepreneurship when thrown into the unexpected with the podcast regularly featured in the top 200 worldwide in its’ category. After 11 years working in the corporate wo…
 
If you’re a bird person, as I am, you may feel as if you know today’s guest, because one of his field guides, illustrated with his artwork to help you figure out who’s who, is probably within reach at all times alongside your binoculars. In recent weeks I’ve been keeping company with David Allen Sibley’s latest book, which is not a traditional fiel…
 
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Tomato Success With Craig LeHoullier – A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach – May 21, 2020 Every gardener has his or her own tomato secrets, tips, and tricks they’re sure will bring earliest fruit or the biggest harvest. Some of us swear by staking others by caging, some let their plants sprawl and then there’s to feed or not to feed and what about …
 
The playbook for success is one that’s hard to come by. In hypergrowth companies, you are often running around so much that it can be nearly impossible to stop and articulate the evolution you’re a part of, what's working, and what isn't. Unlike so many of us, our guest on today's episode has taken the time to write it all down. That guest is Steph…
 
Sunday is Grit Girl. Sunday Burquest is a wife, mother of four, inspirational speaker, breast cancer survivor and reality tv personality. Diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2012, she endured multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and a bout with depression. A culmination of difficult life circumstances, led Sunday to the realization she…
 
I’m grateful that when I began gardening, I fell in with a bunch of plant nerds who spoke not in common names but in botanical Latin, and turned me on to oddball mail-order nurseries whose entire lists were likewise written that way. Necessity was therefore the mother of invention. I absorbed at least a rudimentary command of the official language …
 
Sat down with Shardel a social media manager, Mom influencer, mother of 3 and wife about how she approached a challenge with her sons. A speech impediment - stutter, lisps, or not speaking, Shardel shared the help she sought out in overcoming this challenge as her sons entered into their school years. Connect with Shardel on Instagram : https://www…
 
This is a huge milestone for Do a Day – the 100th episode! Rather than doing a retrospective or solo episode, I wanted to bring in people from past episodes who have continued to be part of my life and continued to have an impact on how I think about things on a daily basis. With that intention, I am SO honored to get to bring my friends Cornell Th…
 
Cue Kanye West* Wait til i get my money right* What's your definition of self care? How bout getting your money right? Kara Stevens founder of award winning financial wellness company , The Frugal Feminista. Her sound yet relatable financial advice has been featured in Essence magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine Woman's Day, Yahoo finance, and many…
 
A famous gardener Ken Druse and I know often says this one-liner: “Anyone can do spring.” What he means is: and then what happens after that? What happens after the current tender colorful parade of beauty, with flowers everywhere and fresh green foliage expanding by the minute without our effort, is up to us gardeners—and that’s the harder part. T…
 
Have you ever shown up to a meeting where you have one version of numbers to report only to find someone else in the meeting with a completely different version of those numbers? And then you spend half the meeting figuring out whose numbers are right? In this episode, Bridget Zingale, the Global Director of Analytics at HubSpot, is going to help u…
 
One of Nathan’s favorite sayings as a kid was “Crash & Burn.” Why? Because he was born 8 weeks premature with Cerebral Palsy. This meant Nathan didn’t learn to walk until the age of 4, he had a 504 plan at school, he learned to drive using hand controls, graduated college, and learned from an early age that your gonna fall down, the thing that make…
 
I’m mad for birds, so much so, that I’ve been looking expectantly lately at the interactive migration maps on the BirdCast website and browsing reports coming in from ares to the south of me on eBird.com, wondering when my fair-weather, feathered friends will be joining me in livening things up in this strangest of springs. Photo of great crested f…
 
Repeat after me: "therapy is good not bad." Let's break the stigma on Therapy , nothing has to be wrong with you to sit and talk with someone who can help navigate you through some of life's toughest moments. Join me as I chat with Stephanie and April . Stephanie Nichols is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been in the field of social work …
 
Mariah Heller is a professional trainer, gym co-founder, author, speaker, certified massage therapist, and creator of the corporate wellness company “Pain-Free Fitness”. After spending eight years in the fitness industry and serving many clients with chronic pain, Mariah realized that the industry was failing in a vital way: there were no solutions…
 
Cook With What You’ve Got with Lukas Volger – A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach – April 20, 2020 Just before things shifted in our world, I bought a new vegetarian cookbook called “Start Simple,” by Lukas Volger. Little did I know that just weeks later, its promise of “an uncomplicated approach to cooking that allows you to use what you already h…
 
Steve Jobs famously said, “It’s only by saying 'No' that you can concentrate on the things that are really important.” Let's face it -- everyone in Operations is busy. New projects come up, a pandemic completely upends your perfectly crafted forecast, or some tool you rely on breaks. With all the swirl that can come with being in Operations, there’…
 
Let's talk fashion and skin care! Transitioning to spring and summer during these times feel a little nonexistent, but as we de-clutter and spring clean Vivian Wynter shares how we can be fashionistas on a budget. Vivian, a beauty and lifestyle professional, including being and esthetician, makeup artist, fashion stylist and personal shopper of 16 …
 
One of my favorite books by our friend Ken Druse is called “Making More Plants,” and though it’s about all kinds of propagation, Ken and I talked the other day about what is maybe the easiest way of all to make more plants, which is by dividing them. In most of the country this spring 2020, we’re not out shopping at garden centers, browsing for new…
 
Our April series "Refresh and Renew" in a time as such, let's still do our best to remain focused on maintaining an intentional life. On Todays' episode i spoke with Alkemia Earth, a holistic health and wellness coach and certified master energy practitioner and spiritual alchemist. Alkemia has work has been featured in Huffington Post, PBS, NBC Ne…
 
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