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You know the chill, casual conversations you have with your friends about whatever comes to mind? Perfect, because that's this podcast! Each week Alex and Dimetri bounce back and forth between topics in music, pop-culture, politics, and whatever else happened that week! Welcome, to The Transition.
 
Hong Kong's urban transit show, as heard on RTHK AM621, with hard talk on sustainable transport, future mobility, zero carbon and urban planning for safe, liveable streets. Wham Bam Tram returns to RTHK's airwaves in October 2021 - but to keep our regular fans happy we're running the show as an indie podcast from July to September! Hosted by Transit Jam founder James Ockenden and recorded in Hong Kong.
 
Welcome to the Rail~Volution Podcast. Rail~Volution is a network and an annual conference focused on ways that communities leverage major transit investments (including rail, bus rapid transit, bus, as well as bicycling walking, sharing and emerging options) to connect people with employers and neighborhoods. With the Rail~Volution Podcast, we're delving deeper into aspects of building livable communities, with special focus on equity and community participation.
 
The War on Cars is a podcast about car culture, mobility and the future of cities. We bring you news, commentary and stories about the worldwide battle to undo a century's worth of damage wrought by the automobile. The War on Cars is waged by three leading voices of the livable streets movement, Doug Gordon, Sarah Goodyear and Aaron Naparstek. Liberate your city. Enlist today in The War on Cars.
 
We want to be enamored with work and life. We think you might want that too! That hope that you can find meaningful and fulfilling work that also pays you well has led you here! Meaningful work not only exists, but there's a better way to get there. In fact, there are many better ways to narrow down what creates fulfilling work for you and then make it happen (which is kind of our gig). It's not easy, but our clients tell us it's worth it! Want in? The Happen To Your Career podcast shows you ...
 
Let’s talk transportation, traffic, transit and what’s driving you crazy as you try to get from here to there, no matter how you do it. Longtime Denver traffic expert Jayson Luber will look at the big issues in transportation, traffic, transit and whatever is driving you crazy. Come join us on the road well traveled!
 
In American cities, good transit is scarce — but it shouldn't be. We can dramatically expand access to fast, frequent, reliable transit, making cities greener, safer, and more just. In each episode of High Frequency, an interview series hosted by TransitCenter’s Kapish Singla, you’ll hear from the advocates, experts, and public officials working to improve American transit.
 
Ever wonder what goes into keeping bus riders and drivers safe? Then join us on the Road to Safety, the podcast that presents the techniques, practices, and processes that instill a safety culture into a bus operation. Brought to you by The School Bus Safety Company in partnership with The Transit and Paratransit Company - leaders in providing driver training materials - each episode will feature special guests and industry experts who will explore the many areas and challenges that bus oper ...
 
Are you ready to take the steps necessary to thrive? Join us every episode as host Adam Gragg discusses what is holding us back and how to move forward with purpose, along the way developing healthy relationships and navigating life transitions while overcoming fear, stress and anxiety. Adam is a family therapist, mental health professional and life coach helping individuals and organizations find the transformational clarity that unleashes hope. Live the life you want, the legacy you decide.
 
Join us as we talk with guests about the transition to life after sports. While some former athletes may experience tremendous success, some former athletes may experience tremendous struggle. Our goal is to have fun and share stories from our guests that may help others going through some type of transition in their life. Visit www.rdnowwhat.com for more information. Thank you for checking us out!
 
The Transit Lounge chronicles the journeys of people who’ve had a considerable impact on the Muslim world. In season 1, we hear from successful entrepreneurs, academics, scholars and politicians. Hosted by Mohamad Zaoud, each episode explores the highs and lows of our guests, and tackles the question of our time - what does it take to find balance when living a contemporary Muslim life.Mohamad Zaoud is a brand enthusiast and consults businesses and NGOs on brand & growth strategies. He’s cur ...
 
Sonali Batish interviews women who narrate inspiring stories of their career transitions, sharing their wisdom, along with practical and actionable advice through their challenges and fears; their support systems, and debunking myths and fallacies. My 2.0 podcast aims to build a peer and mentor community of women who provide support that allows us all to embrace and prepare for our career transitions.
 
As a teacher, do you ever wonder what work opportunities you could have beyond your classroom? Whether you're toying around with the idea of a side-hustle, exploring career paths for educators beyond the classroom, or nearing retirement and wondering what to do next, Teacher Transition is here for you. We showcase and celebrate the AMAZING things former teachers do now and the paths they paved to get there. Wondering what steps to take next on your personal path? Join Ali and our guests to s ...
 
The Muni Diaries podcast is where you'll hear true stories that happened on public transportation in San Francisco and the Bay Area, presented by the editors of MuniDiaries.com. Since our launch in 2008, we've gathered stories from more than 4,000 transit riders. To submit your own story, or read more bus tales, visit MuniDiaries.com.
 
Franchise Freedom is for corporate executives who are tired of the rat race, the politics, and the lack of control inside the corporate monster and are ready to break free. Your host, Giuseppe Grammatico is a successful corporate refugee who has worked on every side of franchising, from owning franchises, to working with franchisors, to helping others use franchising to escape the corporate grind. Get more great insights on franchising and entrepreneurship for people looking at career transi ...
 
Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
Kelly M Beard shares her Karmic Tools Forecast as a weekly podcast, posted every weekend. It covers the current planetary transits which affect people in different ways and to various degrees of intensity. Kelly is a Shamanic Astrologer and Earth Medicine Practitioner who specializes in cycles and patterns. She loves to discuss how these energies tend to manifest and share guidance on how to direct the energies on your own behalf. Tuning-in to the energy and rhythm of the planets can serve a ...
 
Women in the Middle is a podcast for women over 50 who don't want to let life pass them by. You'll learn from someone who knows what it's like to be stuck in a midlife funk and want to change but not know what to do. Master Certified Life Coach Suzy Rosenstein shares the mindfulness skills, tools and upbeat perspective you need to stop wasting valuable time, do midlife on purpose and get excited about your life again. Download a free guide to help you get unstuck at https://suzyrosenstein.co ...
 
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Are there fundamental limits to the energy transition that will slow it down, or prevent us from decarbonizing our energy systems? Critics and skeptics of the energy transition have pointed to issues like the problems of producing key minerals, or the costs of renewable energy, or path dependency in emerging economies. Some have questioned whether …
 
This week Paul comes to you from the Bluegrass State and historic Louisville, Kentucky. Paul visited Carrie Butler, Executive Director of the Transit Authority of River City (TARC), in-person in her office in the former Union Station from the Louisville-Nashville rail line. You can read more about Paul's visit in his post on the Vontas blog. Carrie…
 
From symbolic to tangible, the intellect is able to turn the base metals into gold. However, the flame of Lucifer can easily burn the whole world down. Topics include: t-shirts, bonus podcasts, going to space, Ren and Stimpy, Earth viewed from space, light, fire, symbolism, Battlestar Galactica, science fiction, Dr Who, time travel, technology, soc…
 
Beef and sheep producer James MacCartney farms near Oakham in Rutland – in the East Midlands of England. It's a 160ha grass-based farm – about 400 acres – and in his quest to become more sustainable, James says he has three key goals: Improving the grassland, gaining disease free status for his sheep flock – and reducing his carbon footprint so he …
 
In the following episode of the Transition, I sat down with Meghan Ogilvie, CEO of Dog Tag Inc. to learn about the Dog Tag Fellowship program, what it takes to run a successful social enterprise, build community, and create long-term sustainable impact. Resources mentioned:To learn more about Dog Tag, visit: https://www.dogtaginc.org/Tune into Offi…
 
Lisa Ceron asks some great questions as she prepares for her retirement from the US Navy. Listen in as we discuss the mental health stigma that veterans may face, whether or not you should reveal your true personality in the job search process and some of the "common denominators" that I have seen in the lessons other guests have shared with me abo…
 
We are in a GOLDEN AGE of music right now! On this week’s show, we discuss another album of the year contender: USEE4YOURSELF from IDK…Fire! But on the second half of the show? Ideology. And what’s the best way to spread it to people who don’t want to. Enjoy the show! Connect with US: https://www.instagram.com/thetransition_pod/?hl=en https://www.i…
 
This month on The Railvolution Podcast we’re featuring a 1 to 1 conversation between Dan Baer, Senior Vice President at WSP USA and Kevin Corbett, President and CEO of New Jersey Transit. Dan and Kevin talk about New Jersey transit’s response to the pandemic, transit oriented development, bus electrification and much much more.…
 
It’s hard to believe, but we are thrilled to be celebrating 50 episodes on the podcast! A podcast is nothing without its listeners, so whether you have been here since the beginning, or you are new here, thank you for subscribing and listening! You have asked some really great questions about the opportunities you have beyond the classroom. So we’v…
 
This week we’re joined by Dr. V Kelly Turner, Director of Urban Environment Research at UCLA’s Luskin Center for Innovation. We chat about how to think differently about urban heat, how to measure it, and how to regulate it. Read her piece in Next City. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show on Patreon. http://patreon.com/theoverhea…
 
Thirty Mile Zone (TMZ) is a show for discussing the canon of LA movies. Who are they for? How do they depict LA and living here? What are the worldviews at play? For more episodes and other members-only perks, please consider supporting LA Podcast for just a couple bucks a month at patreon.com/lapodcast. In Episode 18, we talk about the second film…
 
Aruna Lee is the founder of San Francisco-based Volcano Kimchi, whose organic kimchi and sauces are made in her "Fermentation Lab" in Dogpatch. Aruna grew up in a Buddhist monastery in Korea, where every meal included an assortment of kimchi. When she arrived in San Francisco in 2001, doing anything related to food was the furthest thing on her min…
 
On the show, I speak with Ben Schmidt, the Co-founder and CEO of a company called Road-botics. They partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation to look at the condition of the roads in 20 major US Cities. The interesting part of this study, more than just the data is the new way they collected the data. They used smartphone cameras mount…
 
Blaming yourself for feeling stuck in your healing journey? Trauma Specialist and Mental Health Expert Britt Frank knows how to shift where you are, and she shares in this episode how to by validating your feelings - both the good and the bad. Her own experience with mental illness and trauma led her to discover the connection between the mind and …
 
After serving 4 years in the US Army and being recognized as the 2020 NCO of the Year, Peter Cline made the decision to separate from the military and pursue his education. Along the way, he co-founded Boots to Books, a non-profit that is making a huge impact to service members in all facets of their transition - including college admission, certif…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with we are speaking with Auro Shashwat. Who with passion for biodiversity, wild life conservation and renewable energy is studying an MBA at Bologna Business School with a specialism in Green Energy & Sustainability. We speak to him about his fascinating professional background; his work that helps to…
 
This is such an incredible episode. One of those ones I had to go off and sit under a tree afterwards to absorb. Today we talk about gender. I grew up in a society that thought in terms of two genders, you were male or you were female. This was accompanied by expectations that men behaved in ways that were ‘masculine’, and women in ways seen as bei…
 
Have you climbed the corporate ladder only to realize that’s not where you really want to be? At 16, Alistair started in retail in the UK, moved to the US and eventually rose to VP of the company. After making a career change within the industry, he realized that executive leadership wasn’t a fit anymore. He received regarding his strengths and ref…
 
Dr. Stanley G. Robertson is the author of the book 'Quit: The Last Principle of Success'. In this conversation, Stanley and Erik discuss: The stigma of quitting The steps of qutting well Bad reasons to quit things Why our brain can't let it go This episocde is brought to you by: TextexpanderBy Erik Fisher
 
There's tragically thousands of deaths and injuries on Hong Kong's roads: pedestrians make up almost a third of deaths and very serious life changing injuries. Julian Kwong is a road design expert who advises the UN and the World Health Organisation on road safety. He's been a long time campaigner in Hong Kong calling for lower speed limits and bet…
 
This Week's Post [transcript]: https://KarmicTools.com/2021/07/30/aug-1-7-2021-weekly-forecast-plus-events/ Kelly M Beard's Karmic Tools Weekly Forecast is posted every weekend and covers the current planetary transits which affect people in different ways and to various degrees of intensity. Kelly loves to discuss how these energies tend to manife…
 
There are few people who can claim a career path like the one followed by Tamar Allen. Over a span that stretches across four decades Allen has worn many hats ranging from police officer to Assistant General Manager. Allen has played a critical role in some of the largest projects in BART’s history including the $3.5 billion Measure RR rebuilding p…
 
Do you know why self-care matters midlife? If you’re like so many amazing women in the middle, you probably know that you should be prioritizing self-care, but you’re also procrastinating putting yourself first. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/ep-211-why-self-…tters-in-midlife/By Suzy Rosenstein
 
We all know covid change the way we work but has it changed it forever and changed the way we commute? I speak with Dr. Patricia Mokhtarian, Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Georgia Tech. We will be talking about telecommuting and what it means to commuting now and in the future. Also, the Employee Traffic Reduction Program throu…
 
In this episode, we talk with Coach Mike Canales, a college football and the NFL coach for over 35 years, and more importantly, an overall great person. Join Rob and Darrell as they talk to Coach C about how he helps his players prepare for life after sports. Coach C also shares stories about his college and NFL coaching experiences, including his …
 
We held our very first War on Cars Meetup in Brooklyn a few weekends ago. We actually started planning this event almost two years ago but, you know... a global pandemic kind of got in the way. After so many months of relative social isolation it was great to gather in person, see old friends, meet new friends, and talk with so many of our passiona…
 
This week on Transit Unplugged News and View we have the first Transit Tech segment. These will be monthly segments where we interview on new innovations in transit technology. This week Tris chats with Dr. Farrokh Mansouri, head of data science at Trapeze, about using machine learning and AI to predict how weather and traffic affect on-time perfor…
 
Looking for ways to improve your health? Naturopathologist and Sexual Health Disrupter Dr. Jordan Wiggins says it starts and ends with your sex life, believing it can be transformational for both your physical and mental wellbeing. After discovering how many women felt broken by their lack of desire and arousal, she realized that her work wasn’t ma…
 
Jessica Cording, MS, RD, CDN, INHC is a registered dietitian, health coach, and writer with a passion for helping people streamline their wellness routine and establish a balanced relationship with food and exercise. Through her writing, consulting, public speaking, and counseling, she works with individuals, corporations, and the media to help mak…
 
In episode #36 of My 2.0, guest Caroline Vaquette, Executive Partner OurOffice, and a changemaker for a more inclusive workplace, shares her transition from a career in business to HR. Caroline is French, born and raised in France. But was ready for an adventure when she and her husband decided to move continents to China. And decided to do it all …
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast, a sponsored collaboration with MBAGRADSCHOOLS.com, we're speaking with Deanna Galati, an MBA candidate at Schulich School of Business in Canada. With a background in Theatre and arts programming she talks about leveraging her theatrical skills; why she chose to do an MBA; and using her MBA to drive funding for arts …
 
Saving the planet by leaving it, and other nonsensical rationalizations of the super rich and dirt poor alike. If the Earth is an island on the vast, endless, ocean of space, then it truly is a fantasy island. Topics include: Cremation of Care reading on Tea’s Weird Week podcast, Age of Transitions t-shirts, 2020, Jeff Bezos space voyage, Blue Orig…
 
Being exhausted doesn’t mean that it has to be a negative in your life. Laura had been used to being exhausted, but now it feels different. “Whereas I would leave work before exhausted because I was bored. I was kind of frustrated with myself for continuing to be bored. So, I still leave work exhausted. It's just that now the exhaustion is from kin…
 
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