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Interviews with profound, yet down-to-earth spiritual teachers. Hear their life stories and nuggets of wisdom that you can apply to your spiritual search. If the great mysteries of life intrigue you, then you will enjoy this show. Some of the questions we explore: Who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going? What is the self? Is there a soul? What is enlightenment? What is death? What is the difference between meditation for relaxation and meditation for self inquiry?
 
We share stories of the growth, struggles, journey, self-discovery, and success of guests in various fields of life so you can be ahead of the curve, develop your purpose, and learn to "trust the process." We hope to inspire and motivate individuals who want a diversified understanding of various topics in life so they can better relate and communicate with peers, friends, and clients. Gain confidence, develop tenacity, and learn how to thrive in your own unique way. An abundance of life-hac ...
 
Our new monthly podcast features the editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, interviewing key experts of the legal technology community, about top issues confronting the legal profession. If it's tech, it's a potential topic — from e-discovery to network infrastructure; from creating courtroon graphics to launching "green law" programs. Each month, Ms. Bay will bring LTN's pages alive with brisk, incisive discussion of today's top trends and developments
 
The novel begins with the accidental discovery, in a Government laboratory in Washington D. C., of a form of clean nuclear power. Our hero, Dr. Richard Seaton, uses this power to build first a flying belt and then an interstellar spaceship. He later discovers that the process operates by generation and manipulation of gravity fields.When his government coworkers do not believe him, Seaton acquires rights to his discovery from the government and commercializes it with the aid of his friend, m ...
 
We want to share a decades-long discovery with you: most relationships fail when there’s a breakdown in communication. It happened to us more than three decades ago. Based on research from hundreds of stories of human communication and behavior, we as "Millennial Translators" offer programs to work with you in a number of ways: corporate groups, couples, individuals, and families who desire successful strategies to break down barriers in communication.
 
Hosted by Dr Aniqa and Dr Taiba. Join their journey as they share their experiences navigating life through various lenses. Being female, South Asian, Muslim, hijabis, Doctors, GP’s, sisters and friends, they challenge each other by divulging into the conversations they feel we need to be talking more about as a community! They touch on various topics relating to the medical world, physical and mental health, lifestyle, culture, social issues and taboos! Trying to spread positivity with each ...
 
"I am for England and England only," John Lutchester, the Englishman, asserted."I am for Japan and Japan only," Nikasti, the Jap, insisted."I am for Germany first and America afterwards," Oscar Fischer, the German-American pronounced."I am for America first, America only, America always," Pamela Van Tale, the American girl, declared.They were all right except the German-American.It is during World War I. A chemist, Sandy Graham, has discovered a new powerful explosive, but he let's it slip i ...
 
Revealing more about microbiologists, the work they do, and what makes them tick. We ask them what they're up to now and what's next? How is the science moving forward to solve some of the intractable problems of our times? What keeps them going in a tough, competitive field? What do they see for the future of research, education, and training? We hope to show you a glimpse of what scientists are really like and what's going on in cutting-edge research today.
 
Ebony & Julia discuss pop culture, race, gender, international topics and their obsession with early retirement. Join them on a journey of self discovery, the struggle to balance life; but most of all, their ability to take time out to laugh...Tune in to "Is the Mic On?"
 
The UK’s longest running all women podcasters, Est. 2011: Irreverent and uncensored interviews, life stories, conversations and debate. CULTURE: FOOD: WELLBEING: SEX: COMEDY: AUTHORS “It’s fantastic to have a radio show for women BY women. Not that Radio Gorgeous is worthy or box-ticking. It’s funny, frantic, smart; often profound and just occasionally filthy.” Liz Hoggard – Journalist It was such fun” Lynn Barber – Celebrity Journalist “Pirate Radio for Vogue Readers” Journalist and writer ...
 
Triplanetary was first serialized in Amazing Stories in 1934. After the Lensman series became popular, Smith took his Triplanetary story and turned it into the first of the Lensman series, using it as a prequel to give the back story for the protaganists in the Lensmen series. He added 6 new chapters, doubling it in size and it's really a different book from the serialized novel, being published 14 years after the first. It was put into Gutenberg just last year.The novel covers several episo ...
 
Ernie Svenson is an attorney on a mission to help solo and small firm lawyers improve their practices. He started the 5th lawyer blog in 2002, which garnered national attention from folks inside and outside of the legal profession. Since then he's been helping lawyers who want better practices, and understand that technology is an integral part of creating a profitable, smooth running firm. Law Firm Autopilot features interviews (with attorneys and law practice consultants), listener Q&A, an ...
 
Thinking creatively about the American immigration system. In this new and exciting series of short Immigration Sounds Bites, Immigration Attorney and podcaster, Jacob Sapochnick, takes the audience on a daily journey of discovery about Immigration in America. You ask, we answer, Simple. All your Immigration Questions, from our Facebook Page, Blog and Emails. Listen in on this no-holds-barred look at the current state of our Immigration system, we share stories of inspiring Immigrants, highl ...
 
Let tenor Jonas Kaufmann, conductor Antonio Pappano and journalist Thomas Voigt take you on a journey of discovery into the heart of one of Verdi’s greatest and most thrilling operas – Otello. Through personal insights and anecdotes, the trio explore, one act at a time, what it is like to perform and record Verdi’s masterpiece based on the Shakespearean tragedy. What is it like for the tenor to stand in the wings, awaiting his triumphant yet utmost demanding entrance scene, while the storm m ...
 
Live in YOUR Truth Radio is a forum where Women share their transformational journey in finding their true self. Live in YOUR Truth guests model how to awaken and live rich, meaningful lives from their core essence and also demonstrate the unique way in which they express that in the world. As a Transformation Leader & Founder of Live in YOUR Truth platform, Melanie Fitzpatrick is the passionate Host of Live in Your Truth Radio Show. She invites you to listen to captivating stories through i ...
 
Cannabis is becoming mainstream - you can pick up CBD oil at your local Boots - what the hell is going on!?! As the cannabis industry in Canada and parts of the US is starting to grab headlines, medicinal cannabis in Europe is starting to gain traction as well. Experts predict the worldwide industry could be worth in excess of $300bn within 10 years, with Europe forming the biggest market within that, so there's plenty to get excited about. I want to find out more about what's happening, and ...
 
Vince Rodriguez, known as “DJ V-ROD”, is a local DJ in the Chicago area. Born and raised in Chicago, V-ROD’s main advantage was growing up and being exposed to the birth of House Music in his youth. Influencing this exposure in Vince’s life were radio stations that played House Music like 102.7 FM WBMX, 89.3 FM WKKC (Kennedy King College) and 90.5 FM WCYC (Chicago Boys and Girls Club). Being exposed to this new “fad” during the 1980’s, it wasn’t enough to just be a listener… Vince wanted to ...
 
Welcome to NACDL's podcast series, "The Criminal Docket," hosted by Ivan J. Dominguez, NACDL's senior director of public affairs & communications. NACDL is the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is well-known to many as "Liberty's Last Champion." Each episode of "The Criminal Docket" explores important items on the criminal justice agenda, in-depth, with top leaders in the legal practice, public policy, journalism, academia, and others whose lives intersect with the crimina ...
 
Treatises, case law, Google…. what do they have in common? When you need answers, none of these will get you started faster than walking down the hall to chat with an expert. Down the Hall with Practical Law will host a panel of law firm and in-house law department leaders as well as Practical Law's editorial team that will feature plain English "What do I really need to know?" discussions and insights on trending legal topics. No legalese; just expertise.
 
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❗~If you enjoyed the video please leave a review so we know, share with your friends, and subscribe for more amazing guests~❗Do you have a cool story yourself or know someone who does? Let us know through our website or reddit!-------In this episode, Mihalis Eleftheriou, creator of language transfer shares his story from his upbringing and how it s…
 
Black Friday has arrived! And Linn Foster Freedman from Robinson and Cole is here to help you safe-shop this holiday season while keeping your data secure. Sources: Cyber Security Dive article by Sue Poremba ‘How companies are meeting the challenge of a changing cyberthreat landscape’ Retail Dive article by Lisa Rowan ‘Retail cyberattack attempts u…
 
The transition of presidential power is the process during which the president-elect of the United States prepares to take over the administration of the federal government of the United States from the incumbent president. The peaceful transition of government has long been a hallmark of American democracy. In what has become an unfortunately comm…
 
Author and thought leader Becca Syme talks with us all about what it means to not only discover, but actively lean into your strengths and use them in different areas of your life. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about creati…
 
Ride shotgun with David Reynolds as he meanders across the USA on Route 50 from coast to coast seeking fellowship and IPA. David and his trusty auto-steed, Harpo, are the perfect companions for these days of armchair travel: they get lost so you don't have to. Often called 'The Loneliest Road in America,' Route 50 is a lot less so when accompanied …
 
In 1963, John Howard Steel was a 28-year-old attorney with a challenging litigation practice, an unhappy marriage and a stiff neck. At the urging of his mother, Steel decided to try physical therapy at a gym owned by an elderly German immigrant named Joseph Pilates. It was a decision that would change Steel's life. Caged Lion: Joseph Pilates & His …
 
400 years ago the Mayflower arrived in the New World. Before the passengers could set foot on shore, they needed to assemble a new set of laws to hold the colony together. Professor Julia Ernst from the University of North Dakota School of Law tells us the story of the Mayflower Compact, our first representative government. Sources: History Channel…
 
Election challenges continue, Krakens are released, Rick Schroder provides a critical look at America's cash bail system, and Bill Barr has some explaining to do. But beyond all that, a new study takes a comprehensive look at the legal licensing process and the value of the status quo bar examination regime. It may not surprise anyone that the exis…
 
This week on Getting Curious, we’re re-releasing an episode from June 2019 that we hold dear, with the performance artist and writer ALOK. ALOK and Jonathan discuss their experiences embracing life beyond the gender binary, the historical precedents for gender fluidity, and the power of “emotional alchemy” in the face of discrimination. Follow ALOK…
 
Like many nobles of his day, Leopold III Friedrich Franz traveled widely in his youth, taking in the ancient wonders of Europe. A stunning experience witnessing an eruption at Mount Vesuvius transformed the young prince's life. As he headed home to Germany, he vowed he would create a volcano of his own -- and, weirdly enough, he did just that. Lear…
 
If a nuclear attack gutted legal business, Jared’s pretty sure the billable hour would somehow creep from the rubble, but maybe it’s finally losing some ground. Maybe. Jared opens the show with his thoughts on the uptick in subscription legal services, which offer the fixed prices clients love and major value potential for law firms. Next, Dorna Mo…
 
Following the “Profit First” finance strategy created by Mike Michalowitcz, Triangle Smart Divorce founder Jenny Bradley has vastly improved her firm’s business operations. So much so that she’s looking for ways to share the strategy with clients. Bradley tells host Christopher Anderson the steps she took to implement the plan, from finding the rig…
 
Melissa Shanahan is a business coach who helps solo and small firm lawyers make massive changes to their practices —by harnessing the power of accountability. She does this through her 30-day “sprints” and exclusive Mastery Groups. In this episode, Melissa and I discuss things like super-thinking, meta-skills, and the vital importance of the “Monda…
 
Making space explorable & economical for the future generation. Today i speak to Dr Srimathy Kesan CEO of SpaceKidz India - SpaceKidz india helps students to pursue their space dreams regardless of their field of education, social status, and geographic location. in this episode she talks about how it got started. How under her guidance, students d…
 
In this second episode (of two), Professor Margo Anderson from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee continues her discussion about the Census, this time addressing counting methodologies, the requirement of confidentiality, and the formula used to apportion representation in the U.S. House of Representatives. Sources: CNBC article by Dan Mangan ‘S…
 
It’s time for Jim and Sharon’s favorite podcast of the year – Tech Toys for the Holidays! In keeping with tradition, The Digital Edge hosts offer up their favorite practical and not-so practical tech toys, this year with plenty of remote work and COVID-related gift ideas in the mix. Pick up some wishlist inspiration for yourself and your favorite l…
 
The one thing I didn’t ask Pat “The Barber” Crowley in our interview was how he got his nickname. I’ll blame that on the Irish gift for storytelling, in full evidence with Pat Crowley, which mesmerized and transported me to the wild seashores of Ireland and into the heart of Pat’s hunger for Truth. Pat the barber Crowley is the author of The Rose a…
 
Professor Margo Anderson from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee discusses the importance of this year’s Census for representation in the U.S. House of Representatives, federal funding, and redistricting for the purposes of voting. Sources: CNBC article by Dan Mangan ‘Supreme Court will hear Trump appeal to exclude undocumented immigrants from c…
 
Time to get organized! Dennis and Tom are moving along to the next phase of their Second Brain project—taking their captured data and deciding how to best classify and catalogue it. With easy, effective data access in mind, they talk about their preferred organizational structures, hash out their tendencies toward both apple-pie order and thinly ve…
 
❗~If you enjoyed the video please leave a review so we know, share with your friends, and subscribe for more amazing guests~❗ Do you have an idea for who would make a cool guest? Let us know on our sub-reddit! (Link Below) _____ Reece shares his life story on how he was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, and how he took the negative comments given…
 
Throughout 2020, ransomware has increased rapidly in both the number of incidents and the ransom amounts paid, and current data shows no foreseeable slowdown. As these ransom demands continue to surge, what do lawyers need to know if they fall victim to an attack? Digital Detectives Sharon Nelson and John Simek talk with Ted Kobus about how threat …
 
As historians dove into the evolution of pink lemonade, one theory about its origin seemed particularly compelling (if gross): Pink lemonade, they argued, owes its existence to a circus, a washtub, and an unscrupulous carnie in a hurry. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
Lawyerist Lab coach Stephanie Everett interviews Lab member Crystal Banse on her trauma journey and how that experience helped tailor her legal approach and humanize her clients in the process. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more…
 
Oregon has changed the penalty for certain quantities of illegal drugs and is trying to start a new “magic mushroom” therapy business under the passing of Measures 109 and 110. But does that mean these illicit drugs are suddenly legal? Not exactly. Lizzy Acker, reporter for the Oregonian explains. Sources: Ballotpedia ‘Oregon Measure 109, Psilocybi…
 
As pressure mounts on Trump's election attorneys, Jones Day has doubled down on the sinking effort. While declaring that it is not representing Trump per se, the firm is behind the Pennsylvania "stop the count" effort and with advocacy groups urging corporations to pull business and reports emerge of internal strife, the firm seems willing to stay …
 
Just before students at the University of California at Irvine School of Law were set to return from spring break in March, the university decided that all classes would be moved online because of the spread of COVID-19. L. Song Richardson, the law school’s dean, says the news generated anxiety among students and faculty about how the rest of the s…
 
This week on Getting Curious, we’re getting the down low on what’s up in the sky with Professor Kristen Rasmussen, an Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University and an expert on clouds. She and Jonathan break down cloud types, extreme weather, and the lasting impact that the 1996 movie Twister had on both of their lives…
 
Nowadays, lemonade is a pretty popular drink -- and its counterpart, pink lemonade, occupies a space all its own. But where did this drink come from? Join the guys as they explore the surprisingly ancient origins of lemonade, as well as the dubious series of events that may have led to what we call pink lemonade today. Learn more about your ad-choi…
 
On today’s show we’re joined by Dr. Markus Roggen CEO of Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures (CBDVL) - licensed cannabis research and development firm focusing on cannabis extraction optimisation, analytical testing, and chemical process development. Join us as we dive into the chemistry of cannabis, including the different ways in which cannabinoid…
 
Getting clients to write reviews is vital to your marketing success, but most lawyers struggle to gather reviews. Andy Stickel has helped hundreds of lawyers develop solid marketing strategies, especially showing them how to effectively and most easily gather reviews that are posted online. His new book is a trove of valuable strategies and tactics…
 
Is it unconstitutional for the federal government to ban marijuana? In 2005, it wasn’t according to the U.S. Supreme Court in Gonzales v. Raich. But with more states legalizing marijuana in the 2020 election, does that same analysis apply? Professor Douglas Berman from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law breaks it down. Sources: Profess…
 
Think you’re free to speak your mind at work? Before you give an oratory on sensible governance, tune in here. Grant Osborne from Ward and Smith explains free speech in the workplace and the 1st Amendment. {Spoiler}... Your level of free speech can depend on who you work for. Sources: The National Law Review article by Justin Hill and Grant Osborne…
 
On Saturday, November 7th, 2020, after nearly a week of waiting for the results of the 2020 election, former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election. As of the publication of this episode, President Trump has not yet conceded and has instead filed or intends to file a number of lawsuits against select swin…
 
Are psychedelics invaluable therapeutic medicines, or dangerously unpredictable drugs that precipitate psychosis? Tools for spiritual communion or cognitive enhancers that spark innovation? Activators for one’s private muse or part of a political movement? In the 1950s and 1960s, researchers studied psychedelics in all these incarnations, often arr…
 
As Pope Leo X's favorite pal, Hanno enjoyed a unique position in the Vatican -- he was the star of multiple gatherings and celebrations (which didn't always go as planned). Eventually, Hanno became a talking point for the Protestant Reformation. Join the guys as they explore the fate of Hanno and the gold enema that brought him to an untimely end i…
 
❗~If you enjoyed the video please leave a review so we know, share with your friends, and subscribe for more amazing guests~❗ Do you have an idea for who would make a cool guest? Let us know on our sub-reddit! (Link Below) _____ Michael Norris talks about his process on how he started learning marketing and business at the family dinner table from …
 
Denise Akob discusses her studies of microbial communities of contaminated and pristine environments using life science and earth science techniques. She discusses how to figure out “who’s there,” how to optimize select natural microbial activities, and her career path into government research. Julie’s Biggest Takeaways: Biogeomicrobiology straddle…
 
Diversity and inclusion expert Sheri Crosby Wheeler and host Jill Francisco walk through what differentiates diversity and inclusion. Listeners learn how to take advantage of opportunities to be influencers and how to be effective allies for those whose voices are being overlooked or drowned out. Wheeler shares what young professionals and their em…
 
Linda Marlowe trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Linda has a long with writer and director Steven Berkoff includes his plays Greek, Decadence, East, The Trial and Metamorphosis, Steven has described her as his muse. Linda has been in many plays, films and TV you may remember her as as he matriarch Sylvie Carter in EastEnders. …
 
Author & professor Alex Carter talks to us about changing our perspective on what we think negotiation is and how we can build healthy relationships through negotiation. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about how to integrate …
 
The CHAZ/CHOP returns but this time it’s not the protests. Walter Olson from the CATO Institute gives us an update about the lawsuit filed by Seattle businesses against their city. Sources: Legal Talk Today episode ‘Suing Seattle over CHAZ/CHOP’ CATO article by Walter Olson ‘Judge: Seattle’s Aid to Protest Zone Might Have Been a Taking’ The Volokh …
 
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