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Young Adult-hood is full of some of the most beautiful and confusing times in your life. As a certified life coach and young adult herself, host Allie Dietz uses her own experiences, her ability to support and ear catching interviews with people beating their own path to guide her listeners through this time of their lives. From LA to NYC, her path brought her here… Where is your path taking you?
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Today’s episode is incredibly special! Allie sits down with her boyfriend Ryan McGarvey to talk about how their relationship went from 10 months in the talking stage to one year of dating. They dive into the deep conversations that have helped them build a healthy relationship, and they define what a partnership means to them. Plus… what’s it really like dating your “boss”?
Life is too short to waste time filtering through headlines searching for the facts. That’s when we realized the need for a quick, trustworthy news source that makes staying up-to-date easy and interesting.
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One high-profile former U.S. official says the Russian forces maybe “collapsing” in Ukraine; why we need to watch the damaged Nord Stream pipeline.
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When you subscribe to IT Visionaries, you’ll get two weekly episodes highlighting CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs.
Each show is packed with value, stories, and trends – all directly from leaders on the frontlines of technological innovation.
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Data center maintenance requires an intricate balance of automation, integration, supply management, and equipment knowledge. Without an optimized approach, the risk of extended resolution times looms large. On this episode of IT Visionaries, we welcome Michael Cantor, CIO of Park Place Technologies for a discussion of how his company streamlines these processes to support an ever-growing slate of platforms and hardware, alongside some thoughts on the future of optimized data management.
Tune in to learn:
- An overview of Park Place Technologies and its innovations in optimizing enterprise-class data center systems (1:45)
- The biggest challenges Park Place faces in maintaining and optimizing these systems (6:22)
- The origin and importance of “DMSO” to Park Place Technologies (14:32)
- How Park Place Technologies continues to support and optimize older hardware (19:09)
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Stairway to CEO is a podcast, hosted by entrepreneur Lee Greene, featuring untold stories from inspiring Founders & CEOs about what it takes to start and grow a business.
Joining the show today is Greg Vetter, the Co-Founder and CEO of Tessemae’s. Available in retail stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Tessemae’s offers a variety of all-natural salad dressings, sauces, marinades, dips, and condiments that are gluten-free, vegan, and sugar-free. Greg and Lee talked about his childhood growing up in Annapolis, what it was like playing professional lacrosse for three years, to realizing a friend stole his mother’s lemon garlic salad dressing out of their own house, and how it sparked the idea to launch Tessemae’s.
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In This Episode You’ll Hear About:
- (1:40) More about Tessemae’s, the country’s number one organic salad dressing and condiment company.
- (5:20) What his childhood growing up as the oldest of three boys in Annapolis was like, with lots of activities, and how he always had an entrepreneurial spirit wanting to invent things
- (9:20) What it was like going to college at Washington College, playing professional lacrosse, and figuring out what he wanted to do after college
- (11:30) How when working in sales jobs post-college, he was writing business plans while looking at the infrastructure to see how they were successful, and how he could do that on his own
- (14:16) The story of how a friend stole his mom’s salad dressing, and it sparked the idea for Tessemae’s
- (16:50) The first things he did to get the business off the ground, from going to all the local grocery stores and seeing if it was on the shelves
- (20:25) The story of how the brand is named after his mom’s nickname, Tesse Mae
- (24:50) The good and bad that came with fundraising, the advice he has for others in the fundraising journey, and how to build a relationship with investors
- (31:17) How he keeps going even when times are tough on the ups and downs of the rollercoaster
- (37:00) How he’s grown professionally and personally as a leader since becoming an entrepreneur
- (43:00) Some of the challenges he’s had to face, and how new ones come up every day
- (49:25) The limiting beliefs he’s had to overcome, especially doubt, but how he realized everyone has it
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“So I would go home at lunch and stand on my head in the dark and try to figure out what I wanted to do with my life.”
“The first thing I wanted to do is figure out whether or not it existed, cause I didn’t want to just create something that may have already been sitting on the shelf.”
“I called everybody and I said, listen, I don’t know shit about shit and my life is on the line and I have an opportunity May 1st, and you are going to help me do this.”
“Each step you kind of level up into a different level of complexity and sophistication and so all of them were critical points in our journey.”
“If you want money, ask for advice, and if you want advice, ask for money.”
“You have to become resilient because the number of no’s that you get, it’s unbelievable.”
“If you approach each day with this foundational understanding of you know who you are, and what is important in the world. Then you can overcome these obstacles that come your way every single day.”
“I want to be the next great consumer packaging good brand that stands for something true.”
“I think everything that you do in the morning will then kind of dictate what you’re prepared to handle for the rest of the day.”
“If you’re not curating success, you’re probably curating failure.”
“Trust your gut, you know in your gut whether or not it’s right or it’s wrong. Every time I have ignored my gut, it has been the worst situation of my life. Every time I have trusted my gut, it has saved me. So trust your gut.”
Your first act is school, your second act is work, but have you thought about what you’re going to do in your third act? Join host Liz Tinkham, a former Accenture Senior Managing Director, as she talks to guests who are happily “pretired” – using their time, treasure, and talent to pursue their purpose and passion in the third act of their life.
Thank you for following Third Act this season. We’re taking a break for the summer, and will return this Fall with a new roster of inspiring guests pursuing passion and purpose in their third acts.
The CES Tech Talk podcast features industry experts talking about the latest consumer technology trends and what to expect at CES. You’ll be counting down the days until CES Digital in January with this insiders’ look brought to you by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, producers of CES.
Is it a look at the future of mobility or the future of sports? Tune in to CES Tech Talk with James Kotecki and Energy Systems Network President and CEO, Paul Mitchell to learn more about automotive innovation and how the technology behind a high speed motor vehicle can be applied to other industries.
Stephanie Biegel and Lauren Abney, self declared boss babes and wellness junkies, are committed to living their very best lives. This podcast delivers wellness remixed; featuring a mix of guests that will excite and inspire you step up your wellness game. Their mantra: “You Do You!”
Did you know the standard juice cleanse has 200+ grams of sugar a day? Unsubscribe. We have CEO and Founder of Kroma Wellness, Lisa Odenweller on the pod to bring light to cleanse culture and why a Reset might be the alternative you’ve been looking for. We talk sugar, functional ingredients and how good it can feel to feel good.
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Hear women share stories about how they defied the odds to create their own businesses and compose their own lives. Hosted by Nancy Evans and brought to you by the Women’s Wisdom Project. Find us at http://www.theconfabpodcast.com.
Pepperidge Farm is one of the most well-known baked goods companies in the world, and it all began with a Connecticut housewife named Margaret Rudkin. In the midst of the Great Depression, Rudkin turned a loaf of bread into a booming business.
Inspired by her youngest son’s health impediments, Rudkin set out to provide a healthy alternative to the over-processed breads that dominated grocery store shelves, and then she kept going. She went from baking thousands of loaves out of a barn in her backyard to building her own factory, was a prodigious product developer (think Goldfish and Pepperidge Farm Stuffing), sold her company to the Campbell Soup Company for what would be 237 million in today’s dollars, and became the first woman on its board of directors.
Our guest, historian Edie Sparks, is the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education at the University of the Pacific and the author of Boss Lady: How Three Women Entrepreneurs Built Successful Big Businesses in the Mid-Twentieth Century.
Do you ever feel like you have this nagging voice that tells you that you are not enough or that there isn’t enough in the world today? Well, you are not alone. I wanted to create a podcast that explores this very idea of fear and scarcity. It dominates our lives, yet rarely is talked about. It is a lens that convinces us that we are all alone, cut off, separate from everyone and everything. When just the opposite is true. My hope is that this podcast will be a heartfelt, honest, and playful exploration of what it means to be truly human and all of who we are. We’ll explore topics such as vulnerability, shame, self-expression, and a whole lot more. But most of all, we’ll do it together. Subscribe today, and enjoy!
#014 – All of us carry hurt and pain. Experiences that often times leave us feeling vulnerable and afraid. Whether it is through conditioning or our culture, we are told that the way through that suffering is by holding it all in. Which leads to living in a reality that isn't real at all, but a fragment of the way we were meant be both in relationship to ourselves and the world. In this week's episode, I spoke with artist Daniel Leighton as he shares openly about his own trauma and the importance of finding ways to give voice to that which we are feeling deep inside. And that through this process, we often times will find our greatest path forward in our own healing.
About Daniel Leighton:
Daniel Leighton paints and captures complicated states of the human psyche with simple lines and brilliant colors. He is exploring the possibilities of technology and human emotion being harnessed for the greater good. He calls attention to the inner landscape of emotions and advocates the importance of feelings. His work promotes communication and deepens conversation.
Leighton adds Augmented Reality (AR) to his paintings by combining his backgrounds in filmmaking and computer programming. Using the Daniel Leighton Art + AR app, viewers can experience additional dimensions of Daniel's AR-enhanced paintings. Daniel's work has been featured by Timothy Potts, Director of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, Victoria and Albert Museum and Gazelli Art House in London, the LA Center for Digital Art (LACDA), Technarte, the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (SLOMA) and many other venues.
His latest project is Holey People (that's Holey spelled H-O-L-E-Y) an NFT Collection which had its public drop on December 23rd.
Daniel's next IRL show is going to be in Paris, France in May of 2022.
Create professional wedding timelines with ease.
To gain control of your business, you need to map out your standard operating procedures (SOPs). Today’s guest explains where you can start.
Irene Tyndale is the Founder and CEO of Irene Tyndale Weddings & Events, an award-winning and full-service boutique event planning firm based in Atlanta. With a background in corporate event planning, Irene has over 20 years of industry experience. Her work has been featured in publications such as Modern Luxury and B Collective. Additionally, she is a leading industry speaker, author, coach, and educator.
In this episode, Irene challenges you to gain control of your business. Specifically, she highlights the importance of building relationships that later yield invaluable referrals, getting clear about the details of your procedures, and knowing your goals.
Here are some of the important points that Irene discusses:
- Building early success through referrals and word-of-mouth
- Creating a team so that she could take on more weddings
- Capturing business policies and procedures in an as-detailed-as-possible document
- Investing in coaching, employees, and software in order to strategically grow
- Breaking down the why + how behind SOPs in your business
- Distinguishing between your mission and vision statements
- Purchasing a second business
- Her #1 piece of advice for wedding planning professionals
We want to say a special thank you to Irene for sharing these insights with our Timeline Genius community.
Please take this information, act on it, and carry on the journey toward fulfilling your dreams!
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Making nutrition science accessible and easy-to-digest. Andrea Hardy, Canada’s Gut Health Dietitian, is on a mission to connect people to credible, up-to-date nutrition information about gut health and digestive disorders.
Nutrition misinformation is rampant. If nutrition advice online scares you, it’s probably not true.
Let’s Gut Real is all taking the fear out of nutrition messaging, cultivating critical thinking, and helping you understand nutrition science. Andrea talks with guests about digestive health, the gut microbiome, hot nutrition topics, and nutrition misinformation, sharing messages that are easy to consume and that inspire sustainable action.
Andrea likes to say her goal is to get people to take nutrition a little less seriously – which may come as a surprise coming from a dietitian. Through humour, she injects fun into her science-based media messages. After all, poop jokes aren’t her favourite kinda jokes, but they are a solid #2.
Although the etiology of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is poorly understood it is a progressive disease characterized by inflammation of the bile ducts.
This week I interview RD Brittany Roman-Green and we discuss primary sclerosing cholangitis, its relationship to ulcerative colitis and what the current research says about it.
Brittany Roman-Green is the founder of Romanwell and is an IBD focused registered dietitian nutritionist, certified personal trainer, and behavior change specialist. Brittany’s the national coleader of the diet and nutrition national scientific advisory committee for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and the national leader of the registered dietitians in IBD practice group for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Brittany has lived with ulcerative colitis for over 20 years and also has IBS and PSC.
We talk about:
- What is primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC)
- What are the symptoms of PSC?
- Why do people with IBD develop PSC?
- Does nutrition influence PSC management?
- Nutrition management of IBD, including a discussion about inflammatory foods
- The use of restrictive diets and their potential side effects
- The 2020 International Organization for the study of IBD guidelines
Connect with Roman-Green on her website at romanwell.com on Instagram @weareromanwell or on her Facebook here as well! You can also checkout their IBD starter kit that’s full of tips for advocating for oneself when you have IBD.
Welcome to This Thing Called Movement! Join us as we expand our understanding and awareness of the multi-faceted, often unspoken, ways movement influences and heals us. From the physical to the mental, emotional to the spiritual, there is so much movement richness in the world that we aren’t aware of. We’ll debunk myths, share expert advice and gain insight into our guests’ personal movement experiences and the transformations that resulted. Step in for inspiring conversations that empower you to cultivate a healthy relationship with your body and experience the powerful benefits movement has to offer.
Intuition can be a tricky subject, because while we understand the concept of intuition intellectually, figuring out how to listen to & follow that “inner voice” can feel incredibly vague and mysterious in real life.
But bridging this paradox of intuition is actually much simpler than we think…
Marie & Julia begin this episode by clarifying what intuition really is and provide neuropsychological research to explain why it’s valuable to our health on all levels (mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual). Yet despite it’s life-changing potential, so many of us go through life ignoring these “gut instincts” which can unfortunately result in serious mental and physical health conditions including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, burnout, and much more (hello paradox!).
To bridge this gap, they discuss practical steps we can take to begin recovering & cultivating our innate intuitive capacity (because we are all born with this ability), and share their own personal stories of how intuition has played an important role in their platonic & romantic relationships as well as their movement practices. Julia reveals her recent episode of overstimulation & burnout as a result of ignoring her body’s cues, and how she struggled to maintain her rhythm with her intuitive movement practice . Together they wrap up the episode reflecting on the nuances of Julia’s relationship with her body & her movement practice, and highlight how her intuition was working to guide her back into alignment (hint — “sticking with it” is not always the answer). Marie provides new insight on how to deepen our connection with our intuition, and a new practice to play with in the meantime.
You can join in on the guided movement practices & meditations on our YouTube channel here!
Visit our website to learn more about the show, to share your experiences in your movement & embodiment journey, and to submit any questions you would like answered! We’d love to hear from you!
Meant To Move is a special podcast collaboration dedicated to the power of movement and embodiment, co-created by Marie Janicek & Julia Szpor as part of the “Being Better” and “This Thing Called Movement” podcasts.