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Group of five guys who make podcasts. WPoddcast every saturday (in theory). The WP consists of: Blaine Williams Jacob Andersen Kristoff Kounlavong Alfred "Alfie" Marten Matt Dardano Artwork done by Dan Bartholomew: dantoons1910.deviantart.com
 
B2B Revenue Acceleration: The Podcast for Technology Leaders is a podcast dedicated to helping software executives stay on the cutting edge of sales and marketing in their industry. Whether you’re looking to follow emerging trends in B2B technology, learn from venture capital experts about their latest strategies, hear about pipeline and revenue acceleration tactics, or simply get more mileage out of your demand generation, this is the podcast for you. Each episode features topics like: chan ...
 
Mindful Mama Mentor Hunter Clarke-Fields shares inspiration, interviews, and more. Mindful Mama is about becoming a less irritable, more joyful parent. We know that you cannot give what you do not have. And when you are thriving, when you have calm and peace within – then you can give it to your children. Learn about Mindful Parenting. Listen and get inspired!
 
Hey scenesters! On The Boys in the Band Podcast we bring you exclusive interviews with the musicians who soundtracked the 00s indie scene. The best gigs, the secrets to songwriting the biggest hits, and what came next… Hear the inside stories from your favourite bands. If you loved that scene - The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys, Mystery Jets, The Cribs, The Maccabees, The Holloways etc - then this is the podcast for you! Get in touch and let us know your favourite bands/songs/gigs from the era. ...
 
Not Another Sales Podcast, hosted by Chris Hatfield, gives you a greater understanding & different perspective of what's required to be successful when selling; whether that's your own business or a sales career. Too many people are focusing on what you should be saying or knowing in sales, before addressing what you're thinking and feeling. This podcast starts with the mind in mind. You'll be provided with actionable tips and insight to build into your everyday output, with an inspiring gue ...
 
Welcome to The Sens Nation Podcast, a weekly show featuring discussion about the NHL's Ottawa Senators, featuring former TSN radio hosts Steve Warne and Gregg Kennedy. We're all over the latest Senators' news with great hockey interviews, honest discussion and debate, and features about the club's past, present and future. We're at sensnationhockey.com
 
The Gaming Marathon is a weekly podcast about all things video games! Hosts Adam Sharrock, Asad Syed, and Dennis The Cynic offer an honest and hilarious outlook on the gaming world. Join us every week for breaking news on the video game world, reviews, critical discussion and analysis, retro gaming goodness and more than enough zany humor for anyone. We also stream on Twitch and YouTube!
 
Vansformation is the podcast for transforming vans into creative spaces for work, travel and living. Van conversion is an art almost anyone can learn and this podcast aims to make it accessible to as many people as possible. Join in fortnightly for episodes featuring interviews with experts from a wide range of van conversion specialties and lessons learned from my own journeys in campervan building.
 
Blah Blah Blah is a party that crashed on the stoney shores of Brighton (UK) in June 2007 as part of a collaborative project between four close friends who later became the Blah Blah Blah DJs. In just over 5 years BBB has established itself as the ultimate purveyor of all things House, Indie-Dance, Bass, Tech-House, and Techno related. Blah Blah Blah pride themselves on their diverse musical outlook and have been proud to present some of the best rising electronic talent the globe has to off ...
 
The Thriving Children Podcast is a show for parents and educators, that shines the light on child development. Weaving its way through each episode is a central theme of movement, play and connection, crucial ingredients in the early years of life. Host Clare Crew is an early childhood and inclusive education teacher who specialises in the brain-body connection. She helps the children the system leaves behind, those with learning, attention and behavioural challenges. You can learn more abou ...
 
Homework has been the mainstay of American education for the last 75 years. Like hemlines, the perceived need rises and falls as the market demands. Homework can be a polarizing issue. Some parents crave more homework assignments for their children while others seek a way of removing their children from what they view as a treadmill going nowhere. Within families there may be sometime divisiveness and acrimony over homework and some parents would rather retire from their role as the homework ...
 
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Listen on: | iTunes | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Spotify | TuneIn | What does Asad pick for his Game of the Year? Also Ubisoft is making a Star Wars game, CDPR apologizes for Cyberpunk and Bethesda on board with an Indiana Jones game. http://www.thegamingmarathon.com http://www.twitch.tv/gaming_marathon http://www.youtube.com/thegamingmarathon…
 
What do children need most? Unconditional love. Most of us can agree on that, yet we often don’t even realize the ways in which we are conditional with our parenting, which is not only bad for kids, it’s deeply counterproductive! Author and peaceful parenting leader, Alfie Kohn gives insights into our own assumptions and intentions for our kids. If…
 
Ben Burgis joins the Pill Pod to discuss the divide between analytic and continental philosophy before analyzing the geneology of debatelordism from Richard Dawkins to Ben Shapiro to whatever is happening on Twitch. Find links to Ben's Give Them An Argument Podcast, YouTube Channel, and other work at benburgis.com. Check out our bonus audio and vid…
 
After 10 months, the Sens are finally back in action, with two games against the Leafs and three against the Jets. Why has Colin White's stock fallen? Or has it fallen at all? Maybe just sending a message? White doesn't seem fazed and talks about the kind of training camp he had. After failing to make the team, Gregg thinks Logan Brown will now be …
 
Welcome back village! In this episode we are sharing a snapshot into the Tiny Humans, Big Emotions course with you. We get so many questions about what it looks like to set and hold boundaries with kids. What if they say no? How do we troubleshoot in the moment? Check out this streamlined episode into all your questions about boundaries. Connect wi…
 
On this episode of The Paul Rivera Podcast, PR sits down with Dallas Mavericks Player Development Coach & basketball legend, God Shammgod. They discuss how Shammgod got his name, rooming with a future NBA great at ABCD camp, Biggie and Jay Z coming to high school games in the 90’s, unintentionally creating the “Shammgod” move, his time in the leagu…
 
Back to the list we go! This week, the guys discuss a popular genre on this list: the kitchen sink drama. Yes, it's the gritty more realistic version of Chariots of Fire as directed by Tony Richardson - The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner. The guys talk about the unreliable narrator and point of view muddying other characters, they debate if…
 
Joining Hassan for this episode of the podcast is none other than Leon Bartropp. There's more than a few exclusives in this episode as Leon opens up for the first time publicly about his exceptionally varied and colourful past! There will be more than a few raised eyebrows I'm sure. Leon explores his incredible carp fishing history where he has cau…
 
Ian Mendes joins us and talks about leaving TSN 1200 to cover the Sens for the Athletic. Sens and Leafs get provincial approval to host NHL games this season. World Junior: Tim Stuetzle's performance; NHL projections for Stuetzle and Jake Sanderson. Is Sanderson a future #1 defenceman? Sens camp: Challenges of evaluating and making cuts without exh…
 
What does it take to be successful in Cloud Enterprise Sales? How will the enterprise cloud sales market look like the next 5 to 10 years? Recently on B2B Revenue Acceleration, we spoke with Paul Melchiorre, Operating Partner at Stripes, about the qualities of cloud sales professionals and the future of the market. What we talked about: Becoming a …
 
Hello villagers! On this episode of the podcast I sat down with pediatrician Dr. Smita Malhotra to discuss resiliency. This is on the minds and hearts of parents even more these days as we continue living with all the changes that come along with the pandemic. How do we take these challenging experiences and use them as opportunities to build this …
 
Everyone experiences fears, and sometimes they can hold us back from living authentically and achieving our full potential. So what do we do with our fears? Author and wellness coach Koya Webb tells us that our fears can be our teachers and make us fierce. We can turn our obstacles into seeds for growth instead! If you enjoyed this episode, and it …
 
Back to the list we go! This week, Brendan and Jason discuss the mad-cap romp that is Peter Collinson's original classic The Italian Job. They discuss Noel Coward's controversial Mr. Bridger character (at least for some critics), they break down the amazing stunt driving in the finale, they debate if this movie really set the format in stone for a …
 
Joining Hassan this week is Nash Tackles' very own "Mr O. D." Oli Davies. Straight talking, entertaining and almost poetic in places, in true Oli style he talks about a host of topics relating to his angling career both past and present. There's everything from the end of Eurobanx, fishing/stocking the Horton Complex, "Half-A-Wrap" observations and…
 
What a fun episode! You all sent in questions about our relationship, our life and our growing tiny human and Zach and I sat down together to answer them. We got to reminisce and laugh together as well as talk about the tough parts of relationship and everything in between. Join us for an honest chat answering your questions! Thank you all for send…
 
Top 5 Mindful Mama episodes of 2020. Learn about: - The best way to respond when your child won't listen - How to handle academics during remote learning - How to break free of perfectionism - How to keep ourselves replenished to handle whatever life throws at us - The biggest error parents make in discipline If you enjoyed this episode, and it ins…
 
Derek Stepan talks about his reaction when he learned he was coning to Ottawa. The Sens also acquire Braydon Coburn and Cedric Paquette from Tampa for the rights to Anders Nilsson and Marian Gaborik. Tim Stützle signs his entry level contract with Ottawa. Former Senators Craig Anderson and Mike Hoffman sign on for new NHL opportunities. We also dis…
 
The Pill Pod is still off this week for mental recuperation, so please enjoy this unlock of one of our locked episodes: our fourfold discussion of Heidegger's Being and Time, his relationship to Husserl, existentialism, hermeneutics, and everything else concerning early Heidegger we could channel into being in fewer than 90 minutes. For more good t…
 
Stopping by this week is the ghost of Jimmy Stewart, who stops by to discuss the weird Republican-heavy politics in Heaven and then read one of his incomplete poems. Next week: The guys go back to regular episodes with a discussion of The Italian Job (#36 on the BFI Top 100). Full List: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BFI_Top_100_British_films Facebo…
 
Nash Tackle's carp fishing podcast invites Rob Hughes to join new host Hassan for this episode. All round incredible angler, TV presenter, angling ambassador and Carp Team England manager (plus many more credentials) Rob Hughes shares his stories about his early days fishing in Shropshire/Cheshire through to his modern day angling. Theres a huge am…
 
Amanda Seigler This is part 2 of my interview with Amanda Seigler, a children’s rights advocate and autistic activist, about university studies on autism that have questionable ethics. We talk about Duke University’s experiments where autistic preschoolers are being restrained and injected with stem cells to see if it will change them. There are ma…
 
Amanda’s organization: Fierce Autistics and Allies I spoke with Amanda Seigler, a children’s rights advocate and autistic activist about two studies at Yale which raise serious ethical issues about their use of human subjects. Audio below. Also on iTunes & other podcast platforms. Transcript available soon. . https://noncompliantpodcast.com/wp-cont…
 
Hey, everyone! Welcome back to Voices of Your Village. Today episode 152 is a rebroadcast of one of my favorite episodes, where I am joined by the wonderful Xavier Dagba to talk about all things boundary setting between adults. Xavier is a transformational life coach and father. He is so eager about helping others, which is what led him to his fiel…
 
We bring you a Boys in the Band Podcast Christmas Special with Howlin' Pelle Almqvist, the lead singer of The Hives! We chat to Pelle about the band's incredible breakthrough in 2000, seven years into their journey, and how former Oasis manager Alan McGee helped them on their rise. Plus we get the story behind their iconic live shows: the look, the…
 
What do you say to yourself when you mess up with your kids? If you are like many of us, you berate yourself. My guest, Kristin Neff, has done research that shows that our harsh self-criticism does NOT work. It doesn’t help us grow and become better parents. In fact, it does the opposite. So what does work? Self-compassion. If you enjoyed this epis…
 
Eric Garcia I had a really interesting conversation with journalist Eric Garcia about his upcoming book, We’re Not Broken, which focuses on the social and policy gaps that exist in supporting autistic people. We talked about the current policy landscape, media bias and the challenges and recent triumphs of the autistic rights movement. Listen to th…
 
The Pill Pod is off this week for mental recuperation, so please enjoy this unlock of one of our episodes from back in the summer: a 5 course, two-hour-long discussion of Nietzsche, his significance to 20th century philosophy, our interpretations, and finally, the DANGER of his thought. For more good theory video and audio content, join the Patreon…
 
It's an off-week... kinda. This week, Brendan and Jason receive a visit from southern Santa Claus, who stops by very briefly to spread some holiday cheer. Next week: Another guest will likely stop by for a bite-sized episode. The guys will return on January 4th with a discussion of The Italian Job (#36 on the BFI Top 100). Full List: https://en.wik…
 
Join host Hassan for a Nash Christmas Special episode of the podcast featuring Kevin Nash, Alan Blair, Dan Yeomans, Alfie Willingale, Henry Lennon, Max Hendry, Tom Forman and Mike Wilson. The team take a look back at their year as well as look forward to what next year will hopefully bring. There's more than a few funny stories, shocking events and…
 
The 'My 00s No1 Album' series of bonus podcasts continues with Matt McManamon from The Dead 60s back on the show to name his favourite albums of the era. He explains why Some Cities by Doves was the defining record of the era for him... plus he has some exciting news about new solo material coming out in 2021! Remember you can check out our full ep…
 
Coming up today…an all canadian NHL division could be in jeopardy…we’ll tell you why Anthony Duclair finally finds a new NHL home, but misses a great opportunity in Ottawa Another edition of "Dissecting Dorion!" We dissect the GM's comments as he updates the state of the hockey union in Ottawa. Check us out at sensnationhockey.com please consider s…
 
On today’s episode of Voices of Your Village I got a chance to sit down with Dr. Nadine Thornhill to talk all about gender norms and stereotypes. How these can play out both in the short term and the long term, in how we show up in relationships with other adults as well as our kids. So many of us have biases that we are bringing to the table from …
 
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