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Summer camp directors have been asking for more focussed leadership &staff training resources. Featuring 3 of the top trainers in the summer camp industry: Beth Allison, Gabrielle Raill and Ruby Compton, Go Camp Pro is pleased to present Camp Code.
 
What does it take to create a podcast out of thin air and grow it to the highest of heights? We are about to find out! Allison Hare, host of Culture Changers Podcast and creator of Press Play Podcasts launch program is turning this show into a real-time experiment to help grow our shows together. I'm trying all the new strategies What works? What doesn't? Want to monetize? Build your brand and be a force for good? Sure, let's do it together. Top experts. New innovation. We are trying it all. ...
 
Join us as we explore how to unlearn what we're taught, so we can live what we already know. It's as easy as Open Sesame. Our interviews and intentional broadcasts are built on the mission of questioning what we think we know, trusting our intuition, and restructuring our world. We believe that unlocking the essential self is then reflected on the outside - both individually and as a collective. Music by the talented Travis Boozer of Wheat Penny Productions. https://www.wheatpennyproductions ...
 
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The Camp Owners Podcast from Go Camp Pro - A space for camp owners to talk about the unique aspects of camp ownership and get inspired by each other. We sit down with camp industry experts, leaders and fellow camp owners to hear how the camp dream transpired for them, learn from each other and discuss some of the biggest issues in the private camp industry.
 
At The Secret Life of Cookies we know that kitchens are the heart of the home. They’re where families come together, where food comes from and where some of the best conversations take place. Kitchens are where the power is (even nasty President Jackson with his “kitchen cabinet” thought so), and where the baked goods are, which is why Marissa Rothkopf, the host, spends so much time in the kitchen. On The Secret Life of Cookies we will bring you into those conversations with some smart, inte ...
 
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Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/family-business-transitions-the-pandemic Succession, but the feel-good campy version of it! Todays topic is one that is near and dear Howie. His family has owned our day camp for 60 years and completed a generational change in leadership and ownership within the last 10. They are now a…
 
Chris Jones is the author “The Eye Test: A Case for Human Creativity in the Age of Analytics.” Jones describes the book as the distillation of everything he has learned from creative people over his journalism career. He says he’s trying to make the case that analytics are useful, but they have their limitations.“The Eye Test” digs into seven diffe…
 
Nella Larsen, Harmony Holiday, curating sound, grief, Milford Graves, dance and combat, attention to vibration, Ntozake Shange, the choreopoem, writing after dance, art as access to a different experience of time, time as a modality that dismantles, moving through my house, actively giving attention--Dana Venerable talks to green_space Dec 2, 2021.…
 
People throughout the centuries have been talking about the topic of generosity as a means to achieve the good life. St. Francis of Assisi once said, "For it is in giving that we receive." Winston Churchill once said, "We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give." In the New Testament, in the book of Acts chapter 20, the Apostle…
 
This week Elie and Marissa turn into forensic experts in an attempt to figure out why good cookies go wrong. They also discuss the bad eggs and rotten apples in the news this week: Ivanka! Rudy! Oath Keepers! Spine-free Republicans! And forget Malibu Ken, Elie offers us Mar-a-Lago Kevin, aka Senator McCarthy to us. Be warned: there is a triggering …
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/personal-boundaries How can you expect your team to have healthy boundaries if you don’t? In this episode, our hosts Gabz, Ruby and Beth hone in on the B-word. Boundaries act as an internal guide between good vs evil or right vs wrong and can be felt as a knot in your stomach. Setti…
 
The phrase “a new year, a new you” is thrown around a lot this time of year. Now that’s a lofty resolution! New exercise plans, new eating, new hobbies, new relationships, new parenting tactics, new careers… We’re constantly trying to obtain the good life. Did we pick the right resolutions? Will we be able to keep up with them? Will all of those re…
 
The first guest of the year is CNN legal analyst Elliott Williams and principal at The Raben Group, who also brings a background at the Department of Justice to bear on the big news stories of the week. Among Elliott’s other skills? Baking. So to the tune of “Sedition!” (think "Fiddler on the Roof”) Marissa and Elliott bake peach-pecan rugelach in …
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/partnering-with-staff-parents It’s time to stop fighting the parents of our staff team. On the heels of the very successful ACA staffing summit this past fall, we wanted to have Deb Gilboa “Dr.G” return to the show to discuss one of the topics that was a bit of a buzz for all the camp …
 
The phrase “a new year, a new you” is thrown around a lot this time of year. Now that’s a lofty resolution! New exercise plans, new eating, new hobbies, new relationships, new parenting tactics, new careers… We’re constantly trying to obtain the good life. Did we pick the right resolutions? Will we be able to keep up with them? Will all of those re…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/transition-camper-to-staff If this is your first summer back after COVID, this may be THE focus for your training this year. As we step into 2022, we shift our focus on transitioning CITs from the mindset of a camper, to become a staff member. As always, we recommend frontloading th…
 
Donald Goines, The Diary, Serialized Sparks, Belle & Sebastian, Zero Waste, Blaxploitation, Blue Collar Life, Afro-absurdism, Fuzzy Texts, No Fucking Meaning, Idea Centers, Minimize All This Foolish Symbolism, Gundam Kenning, If You’re Teaching Sally Rooney and Put on the Pogues I Don’t Know Kenning JP García answers 10 questions for green_space. G…
 
No one can deny that we’ve been in a time that feels like darkness. Natural disasters, ongoing pandemic, fighting and division. Even the days themselves are shorter and darker. But for two thousand years, Christmas is and has been a season of light in the darkness. Jesus himself said, “I am the light of the world!” No matter how dark it gets, the s…
 
No one can deny that we’ve been in a time that feels like darkness. Natural disasters, ongoing pandemic, fighting and division. Even the days themselves are shorter and darker. But for two thousand years, Christmas is and has been a season of light in the darkness. Jesus himself said, “I am the light of the world!” No matter how dark it gets, the s…
 
This week’s episode marks the one-year anniversary of the podcast. One whole year of baking and talking politics and current events with some of the best and, definitely brightest, of the bunch. To celebrate, Marissa welcomes one of her favorite authors, Charles Finch. Yes, he of the Inspector Lennox mysteries, and a new non-fiction book, What Just…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/buying-a-camp-due-diligence You asked for more about buying a camp… so here it is! We are pleased to have Rob Heming join us on today’s episode. Rob has been the go-to person for many buyers and sellers of camps for over 25 years. A camp professional for over 40, Rob is a successful re…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/train-future-staff-campers Take a look at your campers, can you spot the next program director? The gang’s all here! Join Ruby, Beth and Gabz to hear about their best practices when it comes to searching for staffing talent in your camper pool and empowering them to be the future de…
 
No one can deny that we’ve been in a time that feels like darkness. Natural disasters, ongoing pandemic, fighting and division. Even the days themselves are shorter and darker. But for two thousand years, Christmas is and has been a season of light in the darkness. Jesus himself said, “I am the light of the world!” No matter how dark it gets, the s…
 
Chip Scanlan is an award-winning former journalist who has authored or edited a dozen books. His newest book is Writers on Writing: Inside the Lives of 55 Distinguished Writers and Editors. Each writer or editor included in the book was asked the same four questions. The answers to those questions are enlightening to read. Included in the book are …
 
No one can deny that we’ve been in a time that feels like darkness. Natural disasters, ongoing pandemic, fighting and division. Even the days themselves are shorter and darker. But for two thousand years, Christmas is and has been a season of light in the darkness. Jesus himself said, “I am the light of the world!” No matter how dark it gets, the s…
 
This week, Marissa is joined by Katie Phang, a great legal mind, trial lawyer and MSNBC host and contributor. Katie brings a breaking scoop on Roger Stone’s defense strategy. plus Katie and Marissa bake a buttery, zesty citrus cake. Hoping to understand all the crazy ins and outs of legal trials over the past month? Katie explains them all. And you…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/buying-a-camp An investment that changes lives…especially yours! Kelly & Howie welcome Dan Zenkel to the show to discuss buying a camp and the things any of us should be thinking about in making this big investment. Dan wears and has worn a number of hats in the camping world. He is cu…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/staffing-summit-2021 Welcome to the show, Kim Aycock! The American Camp Association (ACA) recently held its virtual staff summit. The event featured talented speaker panellists, roundtables and other learning sessions. One big topic that we’ve already covered was staffing shortages …
 
No one can deny that we’ve been in a time that feels like darkness. Natural disasters, ongoing pandemic, fighting and division. Even the days themselves are shorter and darker. But for two thousand years, Christmas is and has been a season of light in the darkness. Jesus himself said, “I am the light of the world!” No matter how dark it gets, the s…
 
This week, Marissa is joined by defense intelligence officer, veterans’ affair advocate – and one of the few people who bring sense and joy to Twitter--Travis Akers. Together they take on what has been a grueling week of news and Travis manages to carve out some hope in a dark, dark week. The smell of melted chocolate and butterscotch chips as they…
 
Church. There are a lot of images that come into our minds when we hear that word. A tall steeple. A red brick building. Rows of pews facing a pipe organ attached to the wall. At The Village, we are headed into our last four weeks together without a church building, and while we're really excited about the building, there’s something really importa…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/reorganizing-leadership The best time to do a re-org is yesterday. The second best time is after a pandemic. The third best time is now. Kelly & Howie welcome back Jeff Bradshaw to the show for a discussion about re-organizing leadership responsibilities and structure at our camps. Wha…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/learning-loss-staff It’s been a long time since a proper staff training, hasn’t it? It’s already November, which means that as camp leaders, we’re hopefully (and finally) well-rested. It also means that with winter approaching, we need to start planning for next year. Winter recruit…
 
Church. There are a lot of images that come into our minds when we hear that word. A tall steeple. A red brick building. Rows of pews facing a pipe organ attached to the wall. At The Village, we are headed into our last four weeks together without a church building, and while we're really excited about the building, there’s something really importa…
 
This week, we’ll be discussing something people find nearly as scary as the idea of Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis as running mates in 2024. Something more daunting than trying to turn Wyoming into a blue state. Deep breaths, friends, it’s pie crust week! Mollie Katzen, all-around wonderful human and world-famous cookbook author joins us. Yes, she o…
 
Church. There are a lot of images that come into our minds when we hear that word. A tall steeple. A red brick building. Rows of pews facing a pipe organ attached to the wall. At The Village, we are headed into our last four weeks together without a church building, and while we're really excited about the building, there’s something really importa…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/rethink-re-org-staffing What to do when it feels like you need to rethink EVERYTHING? Summer 2022 is the time. What more of a kick in the butt do you need? Staff need to be paid equitably, programs need to be rethought, value-added means something totally different nowadays and we need…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/best-staff-experience-possible-pt-2 It’s STILL time to focus on the staff. Listen to part 1 here: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/best-staff-experience-possible In this episode, we continue to explore how summer camp leaders can help staff achieve their best possible experience as a…
 
Church. There are a lot of images that come into our minds when we hear that word. A tall steeple. A red brick building. Rows of pews facing a pipe organ attached to the wall. At The Village, we are headed into our last four weeks together without a church building, and while we're really excited about the building, there’s something really importa…
 
Church. There are a lot of images that come into our minds when we hear that word. A tall steeple. A red brick building. Rows of pews facing a pipe organ attached to the wall. At The Village, we are headed into our last four weeks together without a church building, and while we're really excited about the building, there’s something really importa…
 
This week’s episode is very special for a whole slew of reasons, including guests Dr. Allison Gill of The Daily Beans podcast and Dr. Mary Trump, author of “The Reckoning.” It’s also the first episode done in-person—with nary a Zoom in sight. Marissa and guests drink a fancy new cocktail named after Mary’s bird and discuss the good and bad news abo…
 
Jim Sheeler won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing in 2006 for his story “Final Salute,” which ran in the Rocky Mountain News. The piece focused on Marine Major Steve Beck, who notified families when their loved ones were killed in Iraq and helped them through the mourning process. The story ended up being more than just about Beck, though, as …
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/spouses-as-partners When your life partner, is also your business partner…can it work? So here we are, into our 3rd season and we are taking the plunge to have our spouses and business partners join us for an episode. Not sure if this will morph into couples therapy but we know so many…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/camp-code/best-staff-experience-possible It’s time to focus on the staff. In this two-part series, we begin by exploring the topic of giving our staff the best experience possible and helping us deliver a great summer program. Coming on the high side of the pandemic, staffing and retaining st…
 
Once you arrive in the promised land, you’ve not really arrived, you’re just beginning a new cycle of helping people get there. Who do you know who’s stuck in Egypt and could use some help getting out? Maybe we take a time to name or write down or pray for those people by name. Now that you’ve been reached, who is God calling you to reach?…
 
Allison Glock is the type of writer who succeeds in a variety of genres. She writes young adult fiction. She’s an executive producer for the NBC series “The Blacklist.” She’s written for the New Yorker and Garden & Gun magazine. She’s written poetry, and produces short documentary films.In this episode, we start off by talking about an essay she wr…
 
Writer David Kamp (The United States of Arugula, Sunny Days: The Children’s Television Revolution) and proud son of New Jersey shares the shocking secret behind his mom’s Sunday gravy, talks about his collaboration with Ron Howard and Clint Howard on their new autobio, plus: David and Marissa discuss why New Jersey is the greatest food state in the…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://gocamp.pro/ownerspod/back-in-the-saddle We’re back! Let’s get to work. We’re delighted to be back for a 3rd season and to have you along for the ride with us! It’s been a heck of a summer for everyone and after a bit of a breather, we’re ready to get back to doing everything we can to push the industry for…
 
Find full show notes and links at: https://camphacker.tv/podcast/2021/09/camp-union How might (or might not) a union help serve Camp Pros as they navigate an increasingly stressful profession? At the end of August, a particularly thought-provoking post was made in the Summer Camp Professionals Facebook group. After hearing about some of the horror …
 
Any time you leave something behind and head toward something new, there's what's called a "liminal space," which simply means a point of transition. There's a point in time or space between where you were and where you're going. The Israelite people experienced this in the wilderness. Their wilderness experience lasted 40 years (which in Bible lan…
 
Marissa R. Moss is a freelancer who writes about musicians for Rolling Stone, Billboard, American Songwriter, and more. In August, she profiled country music superstar Sturgill Simpson for Rolling Stone. Moss has been writing about music for years. She writes a lot about country musicians, partially because she lives in Nashville. But also because …
 
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