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The Inspired Budget Podcast helps women live their best life and reach their money goals. Join me here for inspiring conversations to help you learn more about budgeting, saving money, paying off debt, and investing for your future. You’ll be hearing not only from me, but others along the way that have a story and voice to share.
 
Profiles in Franceformation is the podcast where we hear from inspiring people who have pursued their dream of moving to France. We learn about why they moved, how they overcame the challenges they faced, and what they love - and hate - about living in France. I hope that hearing their stories can help you to pursue your dreams and maybe, your very own Franceformation.
 
Welcome to The Periodic Fable, the podcast where we take a dive into the world of chemistry with Cameron & Hallam. In The Periodic Fable, we want to take complex chemistry related topics in society and the media today, humanize them and make them easy to understand. We want to have discussions about all things chemistry, whether that's the world of sustainability and cleaner living, to careers in the chemical industry.Joining us on the podcast are champions of industry who may be very junior ...
 
Host Emily Soloby, Founder and CEO of Juno Jones Safety Shoes, interviews women working in non-traditional fields about their career paths.Covering topics such as balancing personal and work lives, issues they have encountered and how they have dealt with them, their biggest challenges, their biggest triumphs, advice for other women, and many other topics.
 
Tierney Finster talks to her favorite experts about their fascinations, talents, passions and problems. Listen for generous interviews with artists, estheticians, screenwriters, healers, money coaches, curators, political candidates, beauty entrepreneurs, filmmakers and more. Tierney Talks is a smart, hot and fun lifestyle podcast recorded in Los Angeles. Well-informed + silly + compassionate.
 
The Marketer’s Journey is a podcast dedicated to learning from senior marketing executives including the career journey they’ve taken and the buyer journey they set their customers on. Each week we speak to a senior marketer and learn whether it was luck, hustle or a combo of the two that propelled them to their latest post. We then discover how they engage their current and future customers on a path that is similarly planned but adaptive. The Marketer’s Journey features amazing conversatio ...
 
What are some of the biggest left turns from prominent artists over the past sixty years? Why did they make these records? Are there some misunderstood gems to appreciate? Hosted by Andy Cush, Sam Sodomsky and Winston Cook-Wilson, this show will chronicle late era records from prominent artists, breaking down the historical context of each album, diving into individual tracks, and exploring the larger impact of each record on the artist's legacy. Presented by Osiris Media. See acast.com/priv ...
 
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On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview Janet Matsuda, CMO of Sysdig. We discuss the benefits of adopting a messaging-first mindset for product marketers, why cross-collaboration is essential, and how to develop a messaging framework that will spread throughout your organization. Check out this and other episodes of The Marketer’s Jo…
 
Demi Lovato has found herself in many avenues over the past few years – from releasing a tell-all documentary to uncovering extraterrestrials – but 2022 finds them traveling back in time to the sound of the late 90’s and early 2000’s: pop-punk. On this episode of Switched On Pop, we check out her two latest singles, “Skin of My Teeth” and “Substanc…
 
Today I'm answering ALL your questions about my life, my business, and anything in between. I don't know about you, but I personally love to learn about the behind-the-scenes of the people's lives that I connect with online. I feel like it allows me to see them in a new light and find things that we might actually have in common which fosters authe…
 
Positive parenting is more pleasant – and more effective than control-oriented parenting styles, says Amy McCready. Amy is a recovering yeller, mom of two grown sons, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions, and the author of The Me, Me, Me Epidemic: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World and If I Have to T…
 
The best plan is not the most correct plan. It's not the one that requires barricading your door, working day and night for a week to write out. It's the one you stick to. This logic can apply to diets, preparing a speech, training for competition, or keeping a New year's resolution. It can also be applied to one thing that is rarely fully implemen…
 
Beyoncé’s new album Renaissance is one of her most ambitious albums yet. On this week’s episode of Switched On Pop, we discuss Renaissance with beloved guest Sam Sanders, host of the new Vulture podcast Into It. In Sanders’ words: “it’s trying to do a lot” – but in the best way. The album incorporates seemingly every decade of contemporary popular …
 
On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview Shawn Ahmed, the CMO of CloudBees, a platform which provides the leading DevOps solutions for large and compliance-first organizations. We discuss how Shawn has helped to scale the company from 18 to 60 employees, the concept of using a “pod” when organizing your go-to market strategy, and the …
 
Back in the early 2000s Our guest was in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. That occupation was rocked by the events of 9/11, bringing him into active duty service for four years, and eventually serving for a total of 20 years. After doing a master’s in marketing from Southern Illinois University, he felt he should put these skills to work for academic …
 
There are SO many psychological and physiological benefits that are associated with generosity. I think ultimately, giving allows us to feel like we are a part of something much bigger than ourselves. And that's a powerful feeling. Today, I have Andi Thieman, founder of Penny Loafer joining us to discuss why giving is important, what stands in the …
 
Sexual abuse affects boys and men too. 1 in 6 boys will be a victim of sexual abuse before the age of 18. But, in part due to lingering shame and stigmas, many victims don’t disclose the abuse until years later (if at all). They suffer in silence. Court Stroud was one of those boys. He was 6 years old the first time he was sexually assaulted. He wa…
 
Lulu Tsui is Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer at On The Revel, the parent company for a collection of curated educational and networking experiences democratizing information for those interested in the regulated cannabis industry. Lulu is at the forefront of bringing cannabis from legacy to legal in NY.…
 
Welcome to Episode 37 of Profiles in Franceformation, I'm your host Allison Grant Lounes and today I'm speaking with Caroline Conner... {INSERT INTRODUCTION HERE THEN ADD 1 PHRASE AS THE SUMMARY LINE BELOW:} In this conversation with Caroline we’ll learn about: What brought her to Lyon and how she first began her business in the wine industry What …
 
According to the US Department of Agriculture, Americans waste more than $161 billion each year on food, with most of it ending up in landfills. Our guest, interviewed by host Emily Soloby of Juno Jones Shoes, is a creative problem solver on a mission to end this kind of household food waste. Chef Alison Mountford is the founder of ends+stems, a me…
 
In the middle of a long, hot summer 2022, the people have spoken, and the people want to dance. Lizzo's "About Damn Time" just replaced Harry Styles's "As It Was" to become the top song on the Billboard Hot 100. Powered by retro instrumentation, a propulsive groove, meme-worthy lyrics, and a generous dose of slash chords (not the Guns 'n Roses guit…
 
On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview Jon Miller, CMO of Demandbase. Jon has had an incredible career so far, having held some impressive roles including as the Co-Founder and CMO of Marketo, which was later acquired by Adobe. During our discussion, Jon shares his perspective on account-based marketing, including why it’s not just …
 
After a summer break, Cameron & Hallam are back, and this week they're interviewing the CIA's Incumbent Young Ambassador, Izzy Sloan. Izzy has just finished her second year as a Degree Apprentice in Chemical Engineering at GSK and joins the podcast to discuss her hopes for the future. How she got into the degree apprenticeship route, and what advic…
 
I'm going to be 100% honest here: I, Allison Baggerly, owner of a budget and personal finance company, have issues with overspending on my credit card! It's very easy for me to just swipe, swipe, swipe until it's time for me to face my balance. And then I sit there thinking, "What did I do? How much money did I spend? How did I let it get out of ha…
 
You might not even realize you have a boy with executive function challenges. Instead, you (or others) might think he’s “disorganized,” “lazy,” “resistant,” or “unmotivated.” Seth Perler was one of those boys. Now, he’s an executive function coach who helps other kids develop the skills they need to thrive. Seth is also the founder of The Online Ex…
 
If you've listened to this show, you know that I believe we can base all the marketing decisions we make on data. Janet Driscoll-Miller brings over twenty years of search engine marketing experience to Marketing Mojo and is considered a leading expert in her field. Janet has spoken at search engine and marketing conferences including Digital Summit…
 
Baz Luhrmann’s hit box office hit biopic Elvis has spurred new interest in the music of The King. Elvis Presley’s streaming subscribers has grown by two million listeners on Spotify since the film’s release according to ChartMetric, and if you’re hearing a lot more “Hound Dog” these days, it might be partially due to the success of Doja Cat’s hit s…
 
Transitioning from one male-dominated industry to another is not easy, but it is something our guest, Jhanel Wilson, has managed to do successfully. Jhanel is a Philadelphia-based chemical engineer turned real estate investor with a portfolio of over 10 million dollars. Her strategy focuses on small multifamily buy-and-hold, and she now teaches oth…
 
On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview Fred Studer, CMO at TIBCO. As a four-time CMO who has been at the helm of marketing teams at companies like Microsoft and Oracle, Fred had plenty of fascinating experiences to share during this episode. We chatted about everything from mindset to storytelling, including key strategies for eleva…
 
Once reason I'm obsessed with teaching people how to budget and pay off debt successfully is so that they can build generational wealth. I wanted to dive deeper in this topic so I asked a true expert in this space to join me on the podcast today! Mark Russell is a foster child turned financial educator. He's comes from a low income family, and he p…
 
Stress and trauma can make it difficult for boys to thrive. Counseling, chiropractic care, socio-emotional learning, and other child-focused interventions may help, but only to a certain degree. For real, lasting, sustainable change to occur, adults must manage their own stress. “There’s nothing good that’s going to come of taking our children to o…
 
Consumers and corporate buyers no longer put blind trust in our brands. Nor do they trust big institutions. Nor religion. Nor the government. Nor the media. We do however still trust people like us. That's where influencers come in. Gordon Glenister is a UK-based adviser on the business of working with influencers and running membership association…
 
There appears to be a growing trend of women and minorities pursuing careers in STEM, but there is still a long way to go. Only 17 percent of civil engineers in the US are women, while minorities make up approximately 31 percent of civil engineers nationwide. And while many women and minorities may obtain a degree in STEM subjects, the likelihood o…
 
On June 24th 2022 the Supreme Court decided Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overturning Roe v Wade and asserting that the Constitution of the United States does not confer a right to abortion. The decision marked a seismic moment in politics and culture that has affected everyone’s lives, and the world of pop music is no exception. Mus…
 
On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview John Zissimos, the CMO at Okta, an identity management service that connects any person with any application on any device. Having held previous roles at Salesforce and Google, John shares his experience of finding the right marketing role, how to be a great people leader and how your customer’…
 
Last month, our family returned from an 8-night vacation in Canada where we hiked up majestic mountains, skipped rocks in gorgeous glacier fed lakes, experienced orcas in their element, and encountered six bears. This family trip had been in the works for almost an entire year. And when we started planning this vacation, our goal was simple: we wan…
 
Kate Mangino is right: “The last thing any working parent needs is to add ‘solve gender inequality’ to their to-do list.” But if we don’t think about gender inequality in the home, we might end up unintentionally perpetuating it. After all, for most of our lives, females have been assumed to be the primary and “natural” caretakers of home and famil…
 
Think of the data you have on your customers as having value. It does, by the fact that the more you know your clients, the better you can serve them. This “unlocked potential revenue” of all your current customers can be quantified as your whole customer’s lifetime value (CLV) added together. This number is known by finance people as Customer Equi…
 
Women have always been perceived to be weaker and less physically capable than men and the freedom that today’s children have has taken many years to achieve. Today on Hazard Girls we are joined by Emily’s mom, Rosemarie Heldrich Kiser. Rosemarie was a female track runner in the 1960s; a time when women did not have a constitutional right to play s…
 
As we hit the dog days of summer, the artist that’s started to soundtrack pool parties across the country is former One Direction bandmate and contemporary sex symbol Harry Styles. In May, Styles released Harry’s House, an album propelled by the number one hit “As It Was.” Despite having critical and commercial success, a barb often thrown at the a…
 
On this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I interview Armen Najarian, CMO and Chief Identity Officer at Outseer, a shared, global network of fraud and transaction data. As a spin-off company of RSA, a major network security company, Outseer has presented Armen with a unique opportunity to rebrand a company with already well-established roots. Duri…
 
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