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Do you love playing sports? Do you love to travel? Have you ever considered playing your favorite sport overseas? Today, it doesn't matter what sport you play or whether you are a guy or girl, there is a chance for you to follow your dream and play professionally somewhere overseas. This podcast is designed to give you athletes an in-depth look at what it is like to play overseas as well as tricks of the trade. Through interviews with players, agents, coaches, team owners, etc, you will get ...
 
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MetaLearn

Nasos Papadopoulos

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MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.
 
Established as a result of the global pandemic in 2020. the Innovation Institute for Fan Experience, is building a global alliance to lead the NEXT great leap forward in fan experience — one steeped in health, safety, security, and service. . Our FANCENTRIC Podcast Series explores topics about the sports and entertainment industry that should interest all fans. Our guests include visionary industry thought leaders, advanced practitioners, authors, technologists, and fans from around the worl ...
 
In a time when change is a constant, asking the big questions and tackling the challenging issues are key to paving a way for the future. Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons as she discusses a range of topics such as science, sport, leadership, current affairs and culture with global change makers on issues and ideas that affect businesses, communities, societies and the world.
 
From Depop to TikTok, Facebook to Buzzfeed, THIS IS HOW is the podcast where we break down the jobs which matter now, to show how they could be part of your future. Feeling inspired? Access free resources and learning content recommended by all our guests at thisishow.uk/learn.
 
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Mindfulness in Sport

Shaun Higgins & Rich Maloney

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Welcome to 'Mindfulness in Sport'. Where we connect you to the latest science, technology, and modern-day tools so that you can "Dream it, Live it." Whether you are an elite athlete or an aspiring athlete or anyone who wants to get more out of your sport and life, we can help you get there. With your hosts, professional footballer, Shaun Higgins, and a Mind Coach who has worked with elite athletes around the world, Richard Maloney. Download the QM App Today... https://apps.apple.com/au/app/q ...
 
Running Things is a new original series hosted by world record-breaking sprinter and two-time Olympic Champion Donovan Bailey, alongside content creator, DJ, and writer Simon Jain. Every week, Bailey and Jain have inquisitive, open-minded discussions about global topics relevant to the modern human experience, such as the Black Lives Matter movement, the psychological and sociological effects of social media, the politics of sport, critical moments in pop culture, and news, and more — all wi ...
 
The New CCO podcast from Page tells stories that explore the evolution of the CCO. From culture change to digital transformation to corporate purpose, we focus on the issues that matter to today's communications leaders. Page is the world’s premier membership organization for chief communications officers, PR agency CEOs and educators who seek to enrich the profession and improve corporate reputation management.
 
From CFL America Radio, sports journalist Scott Adamson, along with fellow enthusiast and armchair historian Greg James, take a hot read with guests on the history, remembrances, culture, lore, legends and meaning of pro football around the world. Every few weeks the pair will sit down with authors who, through their books, have given all of us a close up look and perspective at the game we have grown up with and enjoy no matter where on the map we may call home, be it in Tokyo cheering for ...
 
The Jedburgh Podcast is a conversation with transformative leaders, visionaries, drivers of change, and those dedicated to winning no matter the challenge. Hosted by US Army Special Forces Green Beret Fran Racioppi, each episode in-depth discussion with trailblazers who have earned success through dedication to talent development, preparation, introspection, and the drive to get things done. Our conversation will empower listeners to define success and operate at an elite level, regardless o ...
 
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On the show, professors Kenneth L. Shropshire and Scott Rosner discuss the new NCAA constitution, the power shift to bigger conferences, and the role of athletics in higher education. 'Sports Professors' is a bimonthly production of the Global Sport Matters Podcast, where professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner discuss the 101 on what happen…
 
Figures released on Thursday in the US showed that the American economy grew at its fastest pace since 1984, expanding by 5.7 percent during 2021.The BBC's North America Business Correspondent, Samira Hussein talks us through the story. We then turn to question of how teachers are navigating hybrid education. Also on the programme, President Biden …
 
The word service is defined as the action of helping or doing work for someone. The Honorable Patrick Murphy has served...and led...in many arenas. He was America's first Iraq War Veteran elected to Congress. He was later appointed by President Obama to serve as the Undersecretary of the Army and the acting Secretary of the Army. He was the younges…
 
Turkey is suffering from an economic crisis with rampant inflation and a weakening lira. At the same time, there is a refusal by the central bank to raise interest rates. With elections due to be held next year, will the government change course? With Tanya Beckett. Producer Bob Howard.(shopping for fruit and vegetables at a street market in Instan…
 
The World Trade Organisation has authorised China to impose retaliatory duties on US imports to a value of more than 600 million dollars per year. Beijing had challenged American tariffs levied on Chinese exports ranging from solar panels to steel wire - goods made by companies that Washington insists are effectively enjoying state subsidies. David…
 
In this Live Interview from 1/11, we talk with Derecka Purnell, author of 'Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom' about her new book, her personal journey of embracing an abolitionist model and how, in the midst of a full blown reactionary moment over a rise in murders, activists can address legitimate fears of crime …
 
The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its forecast for the global economy - trimming half a percentage point off its projection - now at 4.4 per cent. The IMF's First Deputy Managing Director, Gita Gopinath tells us the focus right now is on the world’s two biggest economies - the US and China - neither of which, the IMF believes, will be …
 
Some 8,500 combat-ready US troops are on high alert to deploy at short notice amid rising tension over Ukraine, the Pentagon says. President Biden held a video call with European allies on Monday as Western powers aim for a common strategy against Russian aggression.The Pentagon said no decision had yet been made on whether to deploy troops. We ass…
 
Manchester United 1 v West Ham United 0. Hallelujah a 3pm kick off on a Saturday, praise the lord! I just needed to get that in first as it’s so rare these days we have old style match days with an old style kick off time. Especially considering we’ve had so many ridiculous 12.30pm Saturday kick offs already this season, with even more to come I su…
 
COPYRIGHT 2022 BY IIFX ALL RIGHTS RESERVED FANCENTRIC An IIFX Town Hall Recorded on 19 January 2022 The Innovation Institute for Fan Experience (IIFX) Medical Advisory Board hosted a FANCENTRIC Town Hall with medical experts who discussed Covid-19, its variants, and effects on the Sports & Entertainment industry. We are inundated with information a…
 
During Dec 2021 and Jan 2022, the NHL and NBA players are testing positive for Covid-19 at the highest rate since this all began. Darnell & Joel discuss the impact of vaccine passports on sport at various levels. The conversation addressed the following: The Ontario University Association is not classified as an 'Elite League' Passports at the amat…
 
We start the programme in Ghana where there's been a huge explosion close to the town of Bogoso. Afua Adom from Metro TV gives us insight on the accident from Accra. There's been a dramatic consequence of last week's submarine volcanic eruption and resulting tsunami in Tonga. The government of Peru says it's now grappling with the country's worst e…
 
Brentford 1 v Manchester United 3. Despite his team losing last night Brentford manager Thomas Frank confirmed they “destroyed” us, just like he said they “battered” Leicester City back in October. They lost that game as well. Yes United were lucky not to be behind at half-time thanks to some superb saves from David de Gea, who once again kept us i…
 
Grit is defined as courage, resolve, or the strength of our character. We develop grit through the difficult times in our lives. The times we got knocked down, passed over or left behind. Host Fran Racioppi visited Travis Hollman, President & CEO of Hollman Lockers; the world's largest manufacturer of locker rooms, including those of the Dallas Cow…
 
What has caused the worst unrest and political infighting in Kazakhstan’s recent history? Scores of deaths and thousands of arrests prompted the summoning of foreign troops. An elderly political leadership faces difficult choices in re-asserting its authority. With Charmaine Cozier.(The damage aftermath of the protests in Almaty, Kazakhstan 11 Jan …
 
President Biden has held a rare press conference to mark a year in office. Biden has defended his administration’s response to the global economic impact of the pandemic and concerns over supply chain problems. We speak to the BBC's Gary O'Donoghue outside the West Wing. Also in the programme, the vice president of the European Securities and Marke…
 
In this follow up News Brief to our Christmas-themed episode on Hallmark, we discuss an angle we glossed over in our episode: the anti-labor business model of Hallmark films and how they portend a trend in the film industry more broadly. After our episode was published, a screenwriter with experience working with Hallmark and Hallmark-adjacent prod…
 
Microsoft says it plans to buy major games company Activision Blizzard in a deal worth $68.7bn. It would be the biggest acquisition in the company's history and is expected to be finalised in 2023. We speak to Carolina Milanese, Senior Technology Analyst at Creatrive Strategies to find out why Microsoft has done the deal. US mobile networks AT&T an…
 
The bosses of ten of America’s biggest airlines are warning that the United States “is facing major disruption of the traveling and shipping public” if 5G mobile phone services are switched on as planned on Wednesday. They have written a letter outlining urgent concerns which has been sent to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigeg and the head of t…
 
Aston Villa 2 v Manchester United 2. In what turned out to be a very frustrating and in the end a disappointing evening. I have to look at all the positives after so many recent poor performances. In my opinion, tonight was our best team performance under Ralf since he took over. Don’t get me wrong, losing a two-goal lead is as annoying as anything…
 
Lawyer John Sikkema joins Darnell & Joel to discuss vaccine mandates and employee terminations. Their conversation covers the following: Is the legal profession a calling? Employment mandates & religious vaccine exemptions Employment Insurance denied in Ontario Trudeau and hate speech laws Trudeaus and the notwithstanding clause https://linktr.ee/s…
 
In Chile, outgoing president Sebastian Pinera has sparked a firestorm by granting lithium mining concessions to two companies. Chilean economist Francisco Meneses tells us about the importance of lithium to the country’s economy, and how incoming head of state Gabriel Boric is walking a tightrope when it comes to building a political coalition. Plu…
 
On the episode, CEO of the Global Sport Institute Kenneth L. Shropshire and award-winning journalist William C. Rhoden of The Undefeated run the gamut on topics from sports to cinema. The two discuss the complexity of race and culture overlaying the firing of Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, the turn of events with Antonio Brown and the Tamp…
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs is one of the most complex organizations in government. At the center of this complexity is VA disability ratings and compensation; a program developed over 200 years ago to compensate service members while they recovered from service. Today, this program is convoluted, lengthy and often the most challenging proce…
 
Would conflict on the ground between majors powers now inevitably spill over into space? Experts believe we rely so much on technology in orbit that satellites will become targets. Russia blowing up one of its own satellites has sparked a global debate about whether there are enough rules governing what countries are allowed to do in space. With so…
 
The US annual inflation rate rose to 7% in December, a figure not seen since 1982. Jayne Schaber lives in New York state and tells us about her experiences when out shopping, and we get a historical perspective on the latest figures from Professor Jason Furman of Harvard University, who was the top economic adviser to the White House during the eig…
 
Millions are under lockdown in Chinese cities as the country attempts to control Covid 19 outbreaks just a few weeks before the Winter Olympics begin in Beijing. We hear from Kerry Allen, China Media Analyst at BBC Monitoring. Around the world, governments and companies are grappling with reconciling the provision of sick pay to workers who refuse …
 
Manchester United 1 v Aston Villa 0. In what was potentially a slippy fixture against Steven Gerrard and his Aston Villa team, we got the win and we’re in to the next round of the FA Cup to face Middlesbrough in a few weeks time. It wasn’t the greatest game, but then again it wasn’t the best night to be at a football match. A Monday night in Januar…
 
Talks between Russia and the US over tensions in Ukraine continue, with little progress in sight. Could diplomatic sanctions be the answer? We talk to Jeffrey J. Schott, a former advisor to the US government. In Belarus, no stranger itself to economic sanctions, the state-run potash manufacture is dealt a blow; Yara, one of the world's largest prod…
 
In this episode of #TYPBST, Darnell and Joel discussed "Critical Race Theory (Third Edition) An Introduction. Their conversation covers the following ideas: Background of CRT - Critical Theory and Critical Legal Studies Main belief of CRT - studying and transforming the relationship among race, racism, and power Three tenets of CRT racism is ordina…
 
It’s one year on from the day that supporters of former president Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol building in Washington DC. With the authorities still attempting to track down everybody involved, Anjana Susarla of Michigan State University tells us why facial recognition technology is an increasingly important tool in the search. Plus, India h…
 
How do we define the term "best performance?" Is it elite? Is it peak? Is it simply human? For our first episode of 2022, host Fran Racioppi starts 2022 with a conversation on first defining “optimal performance” and second on understanding the core fundamentals that make up our character and our personality...The Attributes. Fran is joined by Rich…
 
Keeping drugs out of prisons seems like an impossible task. Tanya Beckett asks four experts if it can be done and how prisoners can be helped to overcome their addictions. Contributors: Stuart J. Cole, drug and alcohol worker, author “Two Years” Martin Horn, former Secretary of Corrections, Pennsylvania Heidi Bottolfs, Department Director, Norwegia…
 
Turnout has been lower than usual at the CES 2022 tech fair in Las Vegas, with attendees able to physically attend after a virtual-only event last year. The BBC’s James Clayton tells us what the mood is like at the event, while attendee Mark Gooday of Ashdown Engineering tells us what his business is getting out of being there. Plus, airlines are s…
 
Toyota sold more cars in the United States than any other company in 2021, overtaking GM, which loses top spot for the first time in 90 years. Paul Eisenstein from TheDetroitBureau.com tells us what caused the swing. Plus, reaction to Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes being found guilty on several counts of fraud, as LA Times columnist Michael Hilt…
 
COPYRIGHT 2021 BY IIFX ALL RIGHTS RESERVED AN IIFX VIRTUAL TOWN HALL EVENT Recorded on 15 December 2021 On Wednesday, December 15, 2021, the Innovation Institute for Fan Experience (IIFX) hosted a Virtual Town Hall titled “What is Going on with Fan Behavior? Challenges and Solutions.” Leading executives who are successfully producing live events an…
 
Manchester United 0 v Wolves 1. Yep, yet another dreadful display of so called football from some (most) of our United players last night. Time and time and time again we turn up to watch players that look lethargic and dis-interested from the first whistle. Then their first touch and passing is beyond woeful. This cannot keep happening. That first…
 
Rahul Tandon explores younger perspectives from around the world. Taneesha Datta from India, Alaezi Akpuru in Nigeria and Hayley Wood in Vancouver all share their thoughts on what they'd like to see change around global warming, gaming, sport and entertainment in 2022.The BBC's Matt McGrath and Steffan Powell update us on climate change and gaming.…
 
Manchester United 3 v Burnley 1. Happy New Year and a win for United to see out what has been another troubled year for our Club. I wish I could say Football Club, but football was unfortunately not our top priority once again due to our owners and all those in charge at the top. Anyway, a good performance, especially in the first half where we too…
 
With the launch of buymeacoffee.com/SixCentsReport Darnell and Joel are interviewed by producer Anthony Mitchell. The conversation covers the following questions How did we get to 140 episodes? How has the podcast creation process changed? What ideas or stances have changed after recording an episode? What's next for The Six Cents Report? What is "…
 
A jury in New York state finds Teva Pharmaceuticals contributed to the opioid crisis in the USA – we speak to the Guardian’s Chris McGreal in New York City, who has written extensively on the subject. In Asia a new trade agreement has been ratified by 15 member nations and has been touted as being a bigger trading bloc than the European Union, the …
 
The New Year is the time we all commit to eating less and working out more. We commit to improving our fitness and health. For some, it lasts all year. For many a few months, maybe a few weeks, and for others - just a few days. To talk about fitness and goals in 2022, host Fran Racioppi asked Founder of 18A Fitness, and fellow Green Beret, Kevin Ed…
 
The world is entering a new space race but every new satellite launched into Earth’s orbit runs the risk of colliding with one of the millions of pieces of space junk left behind by previous missions. So how can we solve our space junk problem? Featuring former NASA astrophysicist, Don Kessler; Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the Un…
 
Record-breaking cases of Covid have been reported in the USA, the UK, France, Australia and elsewhere, as the World Health Organisation says rich countries must address global vaccine inequality – we speak to the WHO’s Margaret Harris. In Sweden, battery manufacturer North Volt has produced the first lithium ion battery – the power source of most e…
 
Newcastle United 1 v Manchester United 1. In what is the busiest time of the year for football in England, waiting 16 days to see United play was a real drag. As it turned out, so was our performance last night. We certainly didn’t look refreshed and ready to go that’s for sure. Quite the opposite in fact with lethargic passing and decision making,…
 
The big event of 2021 that will shape economies all over the world for decades to come was the COP 26 climate conference in Glasgow in November. The meeting saw a deluge of promises, but what was actually achieved? Martin Webber speaks to Tim Gould, chief energy economist at the International Energy Agency and economist Irwin Stelzer, from the Huds…
 
After both our Brentford and Brighton games were postponed due to covid outbreaks at our club, will our away game to Newcastle on Monday night go ahead? Lets hope so and from what I’m hearing it does seem we have enough players to fulfil the fixture. Fixtures crossed that all is well in the Newcastle camp so we can get our festive fixture on. In th…
 
Norwich City 0 v Manchester United 1. Not the greatest of performances from United in Rangnick’s second game in charge, but a wins a win in this game. Somehow we managed to make Norwich look really good at times as we seemed to reverted back to type from early on in the season with poor defending, marking and passing. Still, it was only Rangnick’s …
 
Some organizations are so vast, so large, and so dynamic that it is often almost impossible to comprehend the scale and complexity; making leadership the most important factor in performance. General(R) Peter Chiarelli served as the Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army, an organization of over 1.1 million employees and a budget of $240 bil…
 
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