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With a mix of straight-talking advice, interviews with thought-leaders and Lorraine's personal stories and tips, this podcast aims to entertain, expand your thinking and give you a (gentle) kick up the ass - all to help you rise even higher in your life. Season 1 is The Expert Season - featuring Lorraine's own go-to experts on everything from entrepreneurship to soul alignment, from digital wellbeing to turbocharging your business revenue.
 
Discover what it would be like to actually enjoy going to work every day. Imagine if you felt completely fulfilled with your job. If you are looking to up-level in your career, Lorraine Rise has can help you get there. As a Professional Career Coach, former recruiter and 2X career changer, she knows how to help clients re-invent themselves professionally and find jobs that align with their values and priorities. Whether you are a looking for a new career or stuck in a toxic job, Career UpRis ...
 
Rise Up In Business is THE law and business podcast for small business owners. If you’re looking for relevant and important business and legal insights, information, tips and tricks - without the dull legal jargon - this is the podcast for you.Each episode explores different business and legal concepts in a clear and easy-to-understand way - all delivered in bite-sized chunks. You are sure to be able to take little nuggets of gold from each episode and implement them into your business strai ...
 
Forward Radio is listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered, grassroots community radio WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky. We have been broadcasting at 106.5fm and live-streaming at forwardradio.org since April 9, 2017. Enjoy this selection of our archived local programs, and if you like what you hear, please donate to keep us on-air at forwardradio.org. It costs $20/day to keep this programming coming your way.
 
Sports Fluent Anthony K and friends will interview your favourite players, coaches, agents and analysts from the NBA, NFL, NHL and around the world of sports. Plus fitness, wellness, finance, music, comedy and so much more. Be fluent and join the conversation. What does it mean to be truly fluent? Support us today for exclusive content, direct 1:1 chats, answers to your questions and best of all; every quarter a lucky supporter will be chosen to appear on Sports Fluent and receive some great ...
 
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This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, turns the lights on a critical conversation about LG&E’s long-range plan to continue burning coal and natural gas over the next four decades. Listen in as we discuss LG&E/KU’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) which is currently before the Kentucky Public Service Commission with Andy McDonald, M…
 
Tracy Harris founded Mums with Hustle six years ago, and today the business offers a podcast, courses, workshops, membership programs, and online communities. I met her at a business event over four years ago, and was immediately struck by her positive energy - but also by how clear she was on who her business was there to serve: mums running their…
 
This week’s episode features Andrew Harris, the producing artistic director at Stage One, a performing arts organization for children in our city. If you live in Louisville, you have either attended a Stage One production as a child or as the parent of a child, and the shows are always magical. Andrew chats with us about his career in theater, the …
 
In today’s episode, I wanted to openly share my business journey with you and how I built my multi 6 figure business in less than 2 years. I’ll begin by taking you all the way back to when I was a fresh faced lawyer practicing criminal law with a strong desire to help people. From here I walk you through my career and the self-development I persona…
 
Welcome back to the first episode of 2022 and the beginning of Season 5! I absolutely love bringing you this podcast and I’m so excited to be back with you in the new year. In this episode, I’ll be running you through what you can expect out of this new season and how it can benefit you as business owners. Many of us begin our businesses as side hu…
 
This week Anthony K interviews Natalie Allport who is a former national team & world tour snowboarder, competitive CrossFit athlete, and lifelong creator & entrepreneur. Natalie hosts the ‘ALL IN with Natalie Allport’ podcast, and is a passionate advocate for athlete mental health. Natalie believes in creating the content you want to see in the Wor…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, takes you on a deep dive into Louisville’s recent Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) for Cities certification at the Silver level from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Two guests who were intimately involved in the data gathering and reporting join us to discuss the me…
 
Did you know that you can help save the walrus? Mary M. WIlliams describes the 'Walrus from Space' project. And are 'Citizen Science' projects like this successful? Is the data collected accurate? Dave Robinson fills you in. Then hear how plants and agriculture have been shifting northward due to the changing climate. Finally, J. Scott Miller discu…
 
Last year, I completed the 75 Hard Challenge - which is pretty much what the name suggests! Each day, participants: Do two 45-minute workouts Stick to a diet Have no cheat meals or alcohol Drink 4 litres of water Read 10 pages of non-fiction Take a progress photo This challenge taught me so much about my ability to stay on track with my intended go…
 
On January 11th, 2022, the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (APCD) held an important Public Meeting for a Title V Construction Permit for The Chemours Company in Rubbertown, on Louisville's West End. The proposed permit would allow the company to install equipment needed for a HFC-23 (greenhouse gas) reduction project. This meeting w…
 
In this episode, we talk to Gwenda Bond, a New York Times Best-selling author whose scope of work includes middle grade and young adult fiction, most with definitive fantasy elements. Her most recent book published this past fall, however, is her very first adult rom-com, a paranormal romance titled NOT YOUR AVERAGE HOT GUY, that involves the son o…
 
Brian Clardy received his Ph.D. in history from the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1999. Dr. Clardy Now teaches in the department of history at Murray State University. He is the author of two books, Radical Ideas: homilies and Reflections and A Testament of Grace: Sermons and Reflections. Brian Clardy has published numerous articles…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, gets you pumped to plant some trees in 2022 with two of the staff members from TreesLouisville (http://treeslouisville.org), Operations Manager, Charlotte Jones, and Volunteer & Program Manager, Morgan Grubbs. Charlotte Jones moved to Louisville from Seattle in 2015 and became involved with T…
 
I LOVE goal setting. I love it hard! Over the years, I’ve finessed not just my goal setting process, but also the key steps to getting in the right zone to set my goals. In this episode, I share those six steps with you. In my new book Step Into You, I guide my readers through my step-by-step goal setting process and the accompanying Step Into You …
 
For this show, Patty interviews Dr. Andreas Elpidorou, a UofL colleague and professor in the Department of Philosophy. Andreas is the author of the new book "Propelled: How Boredom, Frustration and Anticipation Lead Us to the Good Life." They talk about the ways in which his book asks us to think of boredom, frustration and anticipation as not only…
 
Carrie and Amy take a look back at books they read in 2021 and choose their favorites. Plus, past guests from 2021 share their top reads of the year.Books mentioned in this episode:1- Sharks in the Time of Saviors by Kawai Strong Washburn2- The Book of Eels by Patrik Svensson3- This Close to Okay by Leesa Cross-Smith4- Murmur of Bees by Sofia Segov…
 
In this week's solo episode, we talk about the ups and downs of the holiday season. Appropriately, we also share responses to the survey question, "When sh*t hits the fan and your mental health is struggling, what are some things you do to cope?"Featured:Original theme music by Neil LucasBy FORward Radio
 
This week, WKU students Logan Stewart and Matthew Poynter discuss their research on modeling one-dimensional wave equations of vibrations on a string. Then, Kaylee-Dee Long (Georgetown College) describes her research on corticotropin-releasing-hormone production in Red-Sided Garter Snakes during their mating and migration seasons. These researchers…
 
Anthony K is joined by comedian Jeremy Nunes who is often referred to as "Comedy's next great storyteller," Jeremy's unique show has been in demand for over 20 years. He's drawn rave reviews for his clever observations, unique storytelling style, and ability to improvise with his audience. This week they discuss politics, comedy & sports. --- Send …
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, rings in the New Year with Kenyetta Johnson, a new Bernheim Field Ambassador who is interested in getting more young people of color involved with Bernheim and nature-based jobs. Kenyetta is a UofL graduate with a major in Environmental Analysis and a minor in Socio-Cultural Anthropology, and…
 
COVID has been hard for those among us who like to travel, but one of our favorite ways to assuage that desire is to read books set in different locations. Sweeping meadows. Mountains that touch the sky. Exotic locales. These places can whisk us from our humdrum homes.A Strong Sense of Place is both a podcast and a website where readers can find in…
 
Natasha is a self-motivated and progress-driven supervisor with an extensive background in the public service sector. With a long-standing record of initiative and innovation, Natasha decided to embark on a new challenge, by entering the private sector space and becoming a Mortgage Agent with Dominion Lending Centre. Natasha takes the heavy lifting…
 
This year's keynote speaker at the 2021 Annual Conference of the Kentucky Academy of Science was astrophysicist, Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein of the University of New Hampshire. She recently published the book 'Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred'. Here, she discusses cosmology, as well as black feminism and the sciences. To watch her entir…
 
Time for my annual wrap-up of all things personal from 2021! And what a year it was.. In this honest chat, I reflect on the highs and lows of this year including welcoming babies, retreats, lockdown, health, friendships, finances, health and outsourcing. Thank you for being a part of the year with me, and happy New Year to you! See omnystudio.com/l…
 
Dr. Arnold Farr is currently a Philosophy Professor at the University of Kentucky. His research interests are German idealism, Marxism, critical theory, philosophy of race, postmodernism, psychoanalysis, and liberation philosophy. He has published numerous articles and book chapters on all of these subjects. He is co-author and co-editor of Margina…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, wraps up 2021 and gets you ready to volunteer in the New Year with Sarah Flarsheim-Tyler, Volunteer Program Coordinator on the Community Engagement Team for Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation. You can get in touch with her, learn about all the volunteer opportunities and sign-up to help out …
 
Welcome to my business highs and lows of 2021! In a year when I doubled down on streamlining, stepped back for three months of Baby Land and readied my fourth book for publication… let’s just say there’s a lot to fill you in on. In this episode, I share all the things that worked - and what didn’t work in my business over the last 12 months, as wel…
 
British author Charles Dickens' 1843 holiday classic about the power of the Christmas Spirit(s) to melt even the coldest hearts Christmas past, Christmas present, and even Christmas yet to come. Great discussion with Dr. Diane Calhoun-French, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Jefferson Community & Technical College and Dickens scholar about Mr…
 
This week we are getting in the “spirit” of the first Saturday of May; a date that is sacrosanct for many Kentuckians because of the running of the Kentucky Derby. A love of horses and bourbon whiskey are high on the list of things that Kentuckians are proud of and want to export to the rest of the world. Bourbon is big business in our region and h…
 
Learn about the history of the Nobel Prize and the winners of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics. Climate change was a big topic this year! We provide commentary interspersed within the Nobel press conference where the laureates were announced.Here is the full-length press conference held in Stockholm, Sweden on Oct. 5 2021: https://www.nobelprize.org…
 
Traditional rivalries are put aside on this special holiday week edition of Sustainability Now! as your host, Justin Mog, fills the studio with new friends from the University of Kentucky (UK) who have put together an exciting Studio Louisville pop-up exhibit about the future of the Preston Corridor here in Louisville! Our guests this week are: Car…
 
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