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Teachers Aid with Mandy Froehlich and Jon Harper. We've refocused the show on meeting some of the biggest unmet needs every educator has. If you are an educator who gives teaching your all, but still feels that you're not doing enough, this show is for you. Tune in to get social and emotional support for the very personal challenges teachers face. We promise you that you won't hear educators talking like this every day.
 
How do I lead a team in international development to better performance, while maintaining my wellbeing and making an impact in the community? Using her 12 years' experience in international development as well as professional coaching background, host Torrey Peace answers these questions and more in The Aid for Aid Workers Leadership Podcast. Here you'll find a mix of mini trainings and step-by-step guides, as well as best practices from other aid workers and a healthy dose of coaching from ...
 
This is a podcast about doing good, better. It is built around an idea that technology and innovation might help us fight poverty and live healthier lives in the future than we have in the past. We will be speaking with innovators, non-profits, social enterprises, and donors. Our goal is to share individual stories, challenges, and successes to help others understand how technology can be used to better serve those who need it most. Show notes are available at AidEvolved.com.
 
The Insomnia Project is an podcast created by insomniacs for insomniacs, it features mundane conversation for you to Listen and Sleep. When you need that little nudge into relaxed drifting off then this is the podcast for you. Leave your worries, anxiety and sleepless behind as you relax and listen to the hosts talk at length about every mundane topic under the moon.
 
I’m Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone. And I’m Guy Winch, author of Emotional First Aid. We’re both advice columnists, TED speakers, and of course therapists in clinical practice who want to bring the lessons of the therapy room outsidethe therapy room… to all of you. Each week on DEAR THERAPISTS, we invite you to be a fly-on-the-wall in these personal, raw, transformative sessions with everyday people and then hear what happens when we give concrete, actionable advic ...
 
If you are the parent of a college bound high school student then this podcast is for you. Our goal is to give you the information you need to SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY, and reduce stress in the college process. We will cover all aspects of planning and paying for college including things like: What to do if you do not qualify for financial aid, student loans, FAFSA and CSS profile, merit aid, scholarships, college tax breaks, visits, ACT and SAT, college fairs, the application process, and good ...
 
We are mixing up audio to help you find the perfect background sound to put you to sleep. For decades audio and specific noise patterns have been used to induce sleep. Research has reinforced these methods with evidence they can be effective with some people. We try everything and only release tracks that work for us. We hope they work for you. cover art image credit Photo by Anete Lusina from Pexels
 
Gaby Dunn unapologetically examines the intersection of finances, feelings and the f*cking system. Each week NY Times best-selling author and comedian Gaby brings a social justice, feminist, and unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with top journalists, student loan experts, tax specialists, mutual aid organizers and other money disrupters in their fields. Leave Gaby a voicemail at 844-474-4040 or write GabyIsBadWithMoney@gmail.com.
 
Honesty is a lost art. Chris Hahn is a progressive political commentator, radio personality and attorney based in NY. A former aid to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Chris's views are informed from experience. He doesn't mince words and he knows what it takes to defeat the right wing extremism that appears to be on the march. The weekly podcast is informative, entertaining and opinionated.
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
Do you owe me? Nah, I owe you! Self-motivated host Ziggy aka MR.IOUMOTVN, on his passionate pursuit to success, shares the wisdom he is learning from life's bitter-sweet Kool-Aid. Join the IOUMOTVN podcast every Motvn Monday for free-game on how to finesse success, stories, and inspirational interviews...STAY VISIONARY!
 
The SAR Take is a Canadian Pararescue show where we highlight elite operators who work in austere environments to provide medical aid to Canadians. Our goal is to share stories and highlight people who have done some incredible acts of selflessness so that others may live. RESCUE
 
The Antithesis exists to clarify the difference Christianity and every system, worldview, and religion. Armed with a big vision of God and a passion for divine grace, we help listeners to understand sound biblical doctrine and to distinguish it from ideologies that seek to take us captive (Colossians 2:8). Our burden is defensive but also offensive: we seek the destruction of intellectual and behavioral strongholds in order that we would taste the joy of a mind set free by Christ (2 Corinthi ...
 
Do you have an idea that you believe would make a good business? Concerned about how and where to get started? Or are you in business and may be considering bankruptcy? Perhaps you’re in business and are trying to recover from bankruptcy? Welcome to Financial 1st Aid hosted by Vera McCoy. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or an investor who’s wanting to start a business or considering bankruptcy, Financial 1st Aid is here to help you move in the right direction - from idea to development to imp ...
 
Thirst is natural… so let’s celebrate it! Join Bim Adewunmi and Nichole Perkins as they dig deep into the various ways women express their thirst, asking: why do we desire who we desire? At a time when men are Not Doing Great, Bim and Nichole want to ask keep asking questions about Hollywood inclusion and opportunity, through illuminating and hilarious conversations with special guests, original fanfic designed to make you sit up, and of course [REDACTED]. Bring a straw… and come thirst with us.
 
Join host Dr. Steve Taddei to meet some of the hearing aid industry's biggest movers and shakers and to learn about the disruptive products and services that are starting to make inroads into the vast underserved community of people with untreated hearing loss. You'll also meet industry insiders to learn about the scientific and technological advancements that are driving the better results when it comes to hearing your phone, your television, your loved ones, and yes, even in noise. And you ...
 
Becoming Sovereign is a podcast about locating the heart of truth between magic and mundane. Designer & witch Megan Stein explores different tools and techniques to aid in your journey to self knowledge, with each episode including a curated guided meditation. The world is not merely as it appears, nor are you! Join us on our journey of purposeful navigation and liberated will to reach your own ideal success and happiness.
 
A wild, no-holds barred R-rated podcast out of Toronto about anything and everything in Adult Entertainment. Hosted by self-proclaimed expert Julian LaValle who spent 10 years as a stag/promo company owner and another decade as an associate of the escort industry, and his trusty co-host, world-renowned comedian/actor Rhymer. WIth the aid of their trusty producer Pat, these two are here to take you on an always fun, hopefully educational, and definitely provocative ride. Listen Responsibly.
 
Sober Awakenings is a monthly podcast featuring interviews and insights of transformation. Each episode is designed to aid you in the journey of recovery and encourage you to embrace living in states of enlightenment and presence. Sober Awakenings is produced by The Sukina Method of Recovery and hosted by its creator, Tim Brennecke.
 
Rachel Maddow works with unmatched rigor and resolve to explain our complex world and deliver news in a way that's illuminating and dynamic, connecting the dots to make sense of complex issues. Join her every weeknight as she provides in-depth reporting to illuminate the current state of political affairs and reveals the importance of transparency and accountability from our leaders.
 
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There is a lot of talk in the news about keeping the R-value below now, but what does this mean? “R nought,” is a mathematical term that is used to indicate how contagious an infectious disease is. It’s also referred to as the reproduction number as it reflects the rate of transmission to new people as it reproduces itself. It is used to make polic…
 
Hello survivors and welcome to Life Torch! - a The House of the Dead podcast by Resident Evil fans, for Resident Evil fans!Reload! It’s time to venture into the Curien Mansion and bust some pixelated heads as we celebrate 25 years of arcade zombie blasting in our look back at The History of The House of the Dead. We grab our light-guns and brave th…
 
Today’s Guest: Chuck Erickson, Independent Educational Consultant from College Connectors As an independent educational consultant at College Connectors, Chuck has worked in higher education for 15 years, helping students and families with school selection and the college application process. He has lots of information and tips to help you get star…
 
The Blue Kool-Aid krew reunite on training camp eve to talk about the most important position battles going in training camp. They kick things off with the wide receiver competition and if the new free-agent signees will stand out against rookie Amon-Ra St. Brown and second-year wideout Quintez Cephus (1:45). Then, they go into one of the most inte…
 
In general, as women are increasingly setting firmer boundaries, being fierce and tender is an emerging mantra among female teachers. In this episode, we talk about the sprouting new rules of being authentic in the school and classroom settings. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @self_compassion @mrsmeganmorgan Kristin Neff, Ph.D.,…
 
After rising to the top of the global consulting industry, Rahul Mullick joined the Gates Foundation to oversee some of their most ambitious work in digital and technology. Today we look back on what Rahul learned and how his investment strategy evolved in the 7 years he spent with the Gates Foundation. We discuss Rahul's ground-breaking work to ta…
 
I remember when I sent my first email. I waited in excitement as the dial tone sounded, and the email I just typed blinked from my outbox... such a magical moment! Since then, email has become more of a source of anxiety than excitement, as many can probably relate. And when people misuse email, it becomes even worse. Not only does the misuse of em…
 
If you’re in a mess right now, go back to your identity and purpose. The show’s guest today, shares with Vera McCoy, Esq. how spirituality helped her to recover. Nina Venturella is a nutritionist, instructor, personal trainer and award-winning author of Unveiled Truth. Nina experienced a point in her life when her health, marriage, finances, and bu…
 
June and Jennifer Gibbons were twins that shared a very unique bond. They both refused to speak to other people, including their family. The girls desperately wanted to be individuals and be separated, but they couldn't seem to live without each other. They tried to vocalize their feelings for many years, but they knew that one twin had to die for …
 
The president signed an executive order today that targets anti-competitive practices. One of the items the order covers? Hearing aids, an industry where four companies control 84% of the market. Also, we discuss states’ cutoff of unemployment benefits, electric vehicles and a light pollution saga in Texas.…
 
About two weeks ago, part of a 12-story condominium in Surfside, Florida, collapsed. Dozens of people were killed, and dozens more are unaccounted for. Images of cranes and giant shovels, along with lines of first responders carefully removing buckets of debris, reveal the scale of the difficult task of finding those still missing. While sniffer do…
 
In this episode we talk to Sifa Mtango, Senior Solicitor from the Your Story Disability Legal Support Service about how they are helping people with disability, their families, carers and support workers to tell their stories to the Disability Royal Commission. The exciting news is that the Disability Royal Commission has been extended until Septem…
 
Tonight's guests are Katie Benner, Justice Department reporter for the New York Times, Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, member of the House Oversight Committee, Dr. Mark Laperouse, E.R. medical director for Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, and Rev. Dr. William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign.…
 
With infections by the delta coronavirus on the rise, companies including Google, Lyft, Indeed and Apple are delaying their back-to-the-office plans. That worries commercial real estate pros and businesses that depend on office workers. Also on today’s show: consumer sensitivity to price hikes, long lines in Cape Cod and how chaos in the shipping b…
 
Getting To Know The Fungus Among Us (In Our Guts) Your gut microbiome is composed of more than bacteria—a less populous, but still important, resident is fungi. Many people’s lower digestive tract is home to the yeast Candida albicans, the species implicated in vaginal yeast infections and oral thrush. But new research published in the scientific j…
 
With Delta Rising, New Rules On Masks And Vaccines This week, the CDC released new guidelines for mask use in the U.S., just months after many cities and towns relaxed mask mandates. The guidance says that “to reduce their risk of becoming infected with the Delta variant and potentially spreading it to others: CDC recommends that fully vaccinated p…
 
On Wednesday, hundreds of employees of video game company Activision Blizzard walked out. The protest followed a lawsuit from California regulators accusing the maker of World of Warcraft and Call of Duty of unfair pay and lack of advancement for women and a “frat boy drinking culture” at the company. Management eventually apologized for its initia…
 
Tonight's guests are Yasmeen Abutaleb, health reporter for the Washington Post, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, chair of the House Progressive Caucus, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, former Obama administration health advisor, Jared Bernstein, member of the Council of Economic Advisors, and Senator Alex Padilla.By MSNBC
 
Sarah Montague speaks to the President of Malawi, Lazarus Chakwera. The preacher turned politician won power last year pledging to create a million jobs and “clear the rubble” of corruption. But a year on, the economy is being hit hard by the effects of Covid, his government admits it has no idea how many jobs have been created and he’s been accuse…
 
Prices are high, inventory is low — if you’re in the market for a new home, you know this has been the reality for a while now. Something else to add to house hunters’ chagrin? According to the research firm Zonda, 85% of homebuilders are purposely building fewer houses, given shortages of land, materials and workers. But first: the year of lost GD…
 
This week on "Off The Cuff," the team dives into Congress’ legislative landscape for the summer with the House slated to shortly adjourn until mid-September. Justin and Megan provide updates on the annual budgeting process, what to expect in the reconciliation process and highlight a number of policy proposals that could see floor action in the mon…
 
Kareem Rosser grew up in one of Philadelphia’s most deprived neighbourhoods - an unlikely environment to discover a love for the elite game of polo, also known as the sport of kings. He shares his story of making history with his all African American team.Picture: A young Kareem Rosser riding a horseCredit: Image from CTL Cover, credit Lezlie Hiner…
 
Yesterday, the show focused on how the growing market for electric vehicles is affecting the supply chain for batteries. Today, how about where to charge all those batteries? Many people have electric cars, and a lot more will by 2025. Global sales will triple by 2025, according to IHS Markit. But it’s not just about the number of cars, it’s also a…
 
NGO Monitor's new interactive database shows how NGOs falsely labeled Hamas and Islamic Jihad operatives as civilian casualties during the May 2021 Gaza conflict. Our report identifies 50 such incidents, and also highlights Gaza residents who were mostly likely killed by Palestinian rockets falling short of their intended targets in Israel. How did…
 
More than 15 million people live in households that are behind on their rent, according to a new report from the Aspen Institute. And while Congress allocated $46 billion in federal assistance for renters during the pandemic, access to technology, language barriers and lack of information are proving to be hurdles for tenants behind on their rents.…
 
On this episode of the Comrades Classroom Podcast, we sat down with the hosts of the podcast 'Building Our Power' to talk about the process of political education and the state of political consciousness on the Western Left. Subscribe, leave a review, and share with the homies—we appreciate everyone's support thus far. If you fuck with the work we …
 
The Legal Service Corporation’s new vice president for legal affairs and general counsel Will A. Gunn discusses his new position and his legal and military experience in an episode of LSC’s “Talk Justice” podcast. LSC President Ronald S. Flagg hosts the conversation.By Legal Services Corporation
 
In the aftermath of a car accident at 19 years old, Thomas Leeds was left with no memories of his childhood, of his family and friends, even cultural references were all wiped away. As Thomas began to rebuild his life he struggled with thoughts about his future because, he says, he didn't know where he'd come from. He became obsessed with the popul…
 
This week on the show, Gaby tackles how to unionize, why you should unionize, and their own experiences working at Buzzfeed during union talks. Then, they are joined by Wendy Liu, author of Abolish Silicon Valley, to expose the hypocrisy that awakened her to the need for tech unions. And finally, investigative journalist Cerise Castle, one of Gaby'…
 
The electric vehicle market, while still small, has grown rapidly this year. Of course, a global shortage of microchips could slow things down. In the long term, there’s also the issue of availability of lithium, a soft, silvery metal that’s the key component in electric car batteries. Marketplace’s Meghan McCarty Carino speaks to Chris Berry, a st…
 
Tarot card interpretation is one of the most accessible forms of connecting with your intuitive guidance. At the intersection of divinity and storytelling, starting a ritual of pulling tarot cards can be a useful and grounding way to confirm your gut feelings. In this episode, we delve into the universe of the tarot suits, trump cards, and court ca…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó. On a range of issues from press freedom to LGBT rights, Hungary routinely ignores the collective interpretation of EU values. Populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban seems to regard his increasingly toxic relationship with the EU’s institutions as a badge of honour and a political as…
 
Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, a digital financial company for women, discusses how COVID-19 exacerbated existing inequities between men and women. She also talks about why money causes stress and the future of her company. Also on today’s show: the continuing struggles of the travel industry, shifting language in home appraisals…
 
When you search for someone notable on the internet, one of the first things that often pops up is a link to their Wikipedia page. But if you’re looking for a notable woman, that might not be the case. There are about 1.5 million biographies on Wikipedia. Only about 19% of them are about women. And those that do get published are much more likely t…
 
Hey, Fellow Travelers. This week we’re in session with Jason, who still carries emotional scars from an alcoholic father who tormented him when he was a child. Now married and with children of his own, Jason is aware that his parents are aging, and wonders how to navigate these relationships while also freeing himself to enjoy the adulthood he work…
 
Towns like Augusta, Maine; Bemidji, Minnesota; and Savannah, Georgia, are among the more than 40 communities in the U.S. incentivizing people to move there. They dangle perks like housing assistance, camping equipment or up to $20,000 in cash. The incentives are aimed at convincing remote workers to make a move, which can boost the economies of str…
 
Heather Waugh is Scotland’s only female freight train driver, and she’s committed to improving the mental health of her male colleagues. Her work was inspired partly by a traumatic incident she witnessed while driving a train, when a young man took his life on the tracks. Now she’s been trained by a mental health charity to spot the early warning s…
 
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