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The Allie Bjerk show explores the world of scaling an online business. We talk about how to attract more customers and keep them for longer while remaining super profitable. Allie has reached over $3M in sales, so you can expect a healthy "get it done" and "do the work" attitude, but we don't shy away from discussing life balance and mindset hurdles, too.
 
Welcome to the “Cosmic Chats with Debbie Sugarbaker” Podcast. On this show, I share from my heart and experience as well as conversations with individuals whose work, knowledge, wisdom and insight have helped me open my mind and perspective, alchemize perceived negative situations, live in a healthier body, and see the world in a deeper, more wondrous way on a daily basis. My aim is that you, the listener, is able to receive ALL of that AND tap into your own heart and energy to create possib ...
 
Leo Yockey is a transgender, biracial, Tanzanian-American millennial. He is also a software engineer, comedian and advocate recovering from existential dread and burnout. Listen in for a chance to be a fly on the wall as he talks to a diverse array of friends and colleagues. Topics of conversation include racial and gender identity, mental health, spirituality, and redefining success in this rapidly changing world. Stay evolving!
 
How do I grow my brand on social media? How do I come up with content to post? Can I become an influencer? Is it possible to make money online? Welcome to Social Media Decoded a podcast dedicated to helping creatives, influencers, business owners and entrepreneurs simplify social media and thrive online. Hosted by Michelle Thames a social media strategist, influencer, and owner of Thames Media Solutions. Michelle brings you all the best tips to help you understand social media better. Sharin ...
 
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Russia's ruling party has initiated an appeal asking the country's leadership to start supplying military assistance to the self-proclaimed "people's republics" in eastern Ukraine, Interfax reported on Wednesday, January 26. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/26/united-russia-asks-putin-to-start-supplying-military-aid-to-donetsk-an…
 
Police in Russia have added Oleg Navalny, the brother of jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny, to a federal wanted list, the nation's Interior Ministry reported on Tuesday. The announcement does not list the charges. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/26/navalny-s-brother-is-added-to-federal-wanted-list-in-russia…
 
In early January, the American authorities withdrew a request to extradite Berlin-based Russian DJ Denis Kaznacheev. The U.S. had charged him with laundering hundreds of millions of dollars. As a result, a Berlin court placed Kaznacheev in pre-trial detention before releasing him on bail, while making it clear that Germany would not challenge his e…
 
Imprisoned opposition leader Alexey Navalny and a number of his close associates have been added to Russia's list of "terrorists and extremists." Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/25/russia-puts-alexey-navalny-and-key-associates-on-terrorist-and-extremist-listBy Nikolai Priser
 
"The Russian Government is looking to install a pro-Russian leader in Kyiv as it considers whether to invade and occupy Ukraine," the UK Foreign Office said in a statement released on Saturday, January 22. The British authorities pointed to former Ukrainian lawmaker Yevhen Murayev as a "potential candidate," while also claiming to "have information…
 
The United States, UK, and Australia have started to withdraw the family members of embassy staff in Ukraine, as tensions between Russia and NATO countries continue to rise. On Monday, January 24, NATO confirmed that member countries had sent additional ships and jets to enhance deployments in Eastern Europe. In turn, the Kremlin's spokesman accuse…
 
In the winter of 2021, Russia was rocked by large-scale protests demanding the release of opposition leader Alexey Navalny. After spending months abroad recovering from chemical nerve-agent poisoning, Navalny had returned to Russia only to be thrown in jail. During the ensuing pro-Navalny rallies, thousands of people were detained. Police in Moscow…
 
Andréa Jones has built an online business committed to empowering businesses to utilize the power of social media in a positive and impactful way, without being overwhelmed and drained by it. With over 7 years of experience in the game, Andréa hosts the acclaimed podcast, the Savvy Social Podcast, leads a team providing done-for-you service inside …
 
Alexey Navalny's investigative team operating abroad has released a new report devoted to "Vladimir Putin's palace" -- a seaside mansion that's been under construction for years in Gelendzhik and linked to the Kremlin and the president's close friends. Exactly a year and a day ago, Team Navalny published an investigative report about the residence …
 
The "Allied Resolve" joint military exercises between Russia and Belarus are underway. The Russian Defense Ministry confirmed on Wednesday, January 19, that Russian forces have begun to arrive in Belarus for the first phase of the maneuvers, which will last until February 9. The second phase will run from February 10-20. According to open-source re…
 
Russian lawmakers from the Communist Party (KPRF) have submitted to the State Duma for consideration a draft resolution that proposes sending a formal appeal to President Vladimir Putin "on the need to recognize the Donetsk People's Republic and the Luhansk People's Republic." Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/19/communist-party-s…
 
Anna Tsivilyova, the wife of the governor of Russia's Kemerovo region, happens to be the daughter of Russian President Vladimir Putin's cousin, according to a new report from the investigative outlet Agentstvo. What's more, according to the journalists' findings, she and her husband acquired a major stake in one of Russia's biggest coal companies t…
 
After last week's talks between Russia, the United States, and NATO led to no apparent breakthroughs on European security, speculation has resumed in the West that Moscow is preparing an expanded invasion of Ukraine that could begin at any time. The Kremlin denies any plans to attack Ukraine, but policymakers in Kyiv and Washington say the Russian …
 
A Moscow court has fined Novaya Gazeta and its editor-in-chief, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dmitry Muratov, for failing to appropriately label a "prohibited organization" in the newspaper's reporting. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/18/moscow-court-fines-nobel-laureate-dmitry-muratov-and-novaya-gazeta-over-missing-prohibited-orga…
 
The Russian State Duma Council unanimously agreed to withdraw from consideration a controversial bill that would require QR-code vaccine passes for accessing many public spaces, parliamentary speaker Vyacheslav Volodin announced on Monday, January 17. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/01/17/canceling-qr-codes…
 
On the morning of Monday, January 17, Ukraine's former president, lawmaker Petro Poroshenko, arrived in Kyiv after spending nearly a month abroad. An estimated 3,000-4,000 people met him at Kyiv's Zhuliany Airport; some of his supporters carried Ukrainian flags and posters with pro-Poroshenko slogans. At passport control, Poroshenko was met by offi…
 
On February 2, a Moscow court incarcerated Alexey Navalny, making him not only Russia's most outspoken opposition politician and most serious opponent to Vladimir Putin but also the country's most famous political prisoner. Drawing heavily on work by Evgeny Feldman, Meduza studied photo archives to recall how Navalny went from a young Moscow activi…
 
On January 17, 2021, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was arrested at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport immediately upon returning to Russia from Germany, where he had spent months recovering from a near-fatal poisoning. Navalny would go on to spend the next year behind bars, first in Moscow's Matrosskaya Tishina remand prison and then in a pri…
 
Tamara Sykes is a Caribbean-born mom, wife, and entrepreneur dedicated to helping women create a business and life that they love. Using her digital know-how, she teaches Search Engine Optimization to brand owners so they can increase their website traffic without social media burnout. And from time to time, she shares snippets of her real-life to …
 
Russia's week of security talks with the U.S., NATO, and the OSCE wrapped up on Thursday, January 13. The meetings took place amid ongoing international concern over Russia concentrating troops near its border with Ukraine. However, the talks didn't result in any agreements, as each party refused to budge key issues. Russia has demanded an array of…
 
Precious little is known about the immediate family of Kazakhstani President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. But according to a recent investigation from RFE/RL's Russian Service and Current Time TV, Tokayev's ex-wife and son are both closely connected to Russia. Indeed, according to media reports, Tokayev's ex-wife is a Russian citizen. And both she and he…
 
Leonid Volkov and Ivan Zhdanov, two close associates of imprisoned opposition leader Alexey Navalny, have been added to Russia's list of "terrorists and extremists." Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/14/russia-puts-navalny-associates-leonid-volkov-and-ivan-zhdanov-on-terrorist-and-extremist-list…
 
The withdrawal from Kazakhstan Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) peacekeeping forces, which began on Thursday, January 13, will end by next Wednesday, January 19, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu said during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/13/csto-troops-to-comp…
 
Russian and NATO officials convened for talks at the alliance's headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday, January 12. The meeting came two days after diplomats from Russia and the U.S. held similar talks in Geneva. Both discussions were largely inconclusive. Washington and NATO are attempting to push back against sweeping security proposals put forwar…
 
In November 2021, the feminist protest group Pussy Riot turned 10 years old. For the entirety of the group's existence, the Russian authorities (among others) have been trying their damnedest to shut them up. After staging a "punk prayer" in Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral in 2012, three Pussy Riot activists were sentenced to two years in pris…
 
According to government officials, Russia's coronavirus epidemic has reached a tipping point. On Tuesday, January 11, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin, Rospotrebnadzor head Anna Popova, and Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko all raised concerns about the rapid spread of the Omicron strain during a meeting of the Presidium of the Government Coordi…
 
The head of Moscow's Lefortovo remand prison, Alexey Romashin, has stepped down, informed sources told RTVI, RIA Novosti, and Novaya Gazeta on Tuesday, January 11. Eva Merkacheva and Alexey Melnikov of Moscow's Public Monitoring Commission (a prisoners' rights watchdog) also confirmed the prison chief's resignation to TASS and Interfax. Original Ar…
 
"It's not my responsibility to educate you" and "emotional labor" are two concepts that are often found in activist spaces. While this rhetoric may sound powerful and liberating, they are are politically unhelpful. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thericeclub/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thericeclub/support…
 
On Monday, January 11, diplomats from Russia and the United States held a series of security talks in Geneva. Taking place against the backdrop of Russia massing troops along its border with Ukraine, the discussion centered around a set of draft security proposals that Moscow presented to the United States and NATO in December. Speaking to reporter…
 
The year 2020 saw the death of public politics in Russia. To accommodate a plebiscite on amending the constitution, the authorities introduced a three-day voting period (leaving ballots unsupervised at polling stations overnight), as well as "mobile polling stations" (giving rise to the infamous "stump" voting). The official result was 67 percent t…
 
Allie Hembree Martin is a visibility expert and owner of Fame and Fortune. She works with female entrepreneurs to elevate their brand and gain credibility and cash through proactive public relations and strategic social media. Have a listen while we chat creating a months worth of content plan in 30 minutes --- Join The Expand Your Influence Commun…
 
On January 6, Russian paratroopers from the Collective Rapid Reaction Force (KSOR) of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) began arriving in Kazakhstan. This marked the start of the first military operation by the combined forces of the six former Soviet states that make up the military alliance, which has existed now for nearly 20 ye…
 
Police and soldiers have "essentially" restored order across Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declared on Friday. "The local authorities control the situation, but terrorists are still using weapons and damaging people's property. That is why counterterrorist actions will continue until the complete destruction of the militants," Tokayev…
 
With Kazakhstan under a state of emergency due to mass protests, the Collective Security Treaty Organization deployed troops to the country on January 6 to help quell the unrest. Earlier, Kazakhstani President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev issued several emergency orders to his cabinet, calling for the formation of a special group to carry out investigatio…
 
Developments in Kazakhstan have evolved rapidly since demonstrations began on January 2. Under pressure from nationwide protests, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev dismissed the cabinet and removed Nursultan Nazarbayev from his lifetime post as chairman of the National Security Council on January 5. By that evening, it appeared as though protesters h…
 
Protests in western Kazakhstan against suddenly doubled fuel costs began on January 2 and quickly spiraled into wider, nationwide unrest, including violent clashes with the authorities. Dozens have reportedly been killed in clashes, and police officials say several officers have died, as well. In cities like Zhanaozen, demonstrators' demands have b…
 
Russian officials view this week's protests in Kazakhstan as an "externally incited" attempt to undermine the security and integrity of the state, diplomats in Moscow announced in a statement published on the Foreign Ministry's website on Thursday. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/news/2022/01/06/moscow-calls-unrest-in-kazakhstan-an-externall…
 
The Collective Security Treaty Organization has deployed troops to Kazakhstan, the organization confirmed officially to the news agency Interfax. The contingent of peacekeepers includes units from Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. The decision to send soldiers was reached based on "the threat to the Republic of Kazakhstan's nati…
 
Demonstrations began in Kazakhstan on January 2 in response to suddenly doubled fuel prices. After three days of protests and increasingly violent clashes with police, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev fired his government cabinet, restored price controls, and declared a state of emergency in three different regions. But the protests have continued. …
 
Protests in Kazakhstan's biggest metropolis against rising fuel prices escalated to violence on Tuesday. Demonstrators in Almaty smashed and set fire to several police cars. Journalists at multiple news outlets reported the use of riot-control measures like stun grenades and tear gas against crowds at Republic Square, where as many as several thous…
 
Boris Rotenberg, one of Russia's richest businessmen and a close friend of Vladimir Putin, can boast another achievement this week: his son Roman was just named the head coach of St. Petersburg's top ice hockey team, SKA. Roman Rotenberg has never served as a head coach before, and he's never played hockey at a professional level, but he's now at t…
 
A U.S.-based Russian-language blogger says Google is threatening to delete one of his YouTube posts after Russia's federal censor flagged it as prohibited content and a Russian court added it to Russia's Internet blacklist. Court records from late November 2021 confirm that a judge in Vladivostok granted a request by Russia's media regulator Roskom…
 
Vladimir Putin has dismissed a Federal Investigative Committee senior official who was responsible for several major cases over the past decade, including multiple probes into Russia's anti-Kremlin opposition. The presidential order releasing 40-year-old Major General Rustam Gabdulin is dated December 28, 2021, but it wasn't reported by the news me…
 
American officials secured Vladislav Klyushin's extradition from Switzerland last month on charges of insider trading, but journalists at Bloomberg say the Russian tech tycoon might also have access to documents relating to the Russian military's operations abroad, including Moscow's campaign to hack Democratic Party servers during the 2016 U.S. pr…
 
The “know like trust” (KLT) factor is a marketing concept that has become super important. The goal of social media and selling on social or the internet should be to get your audience, prospects, leads, customers, or clients to understand your business and eventually believe in your brand and invest. People want to know the real you — not the cura…
 
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