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Events Heist is the gameshow podcast about event managers in the post-COVID world. Tune in weekly for: • knowledge, lessons, tips, advice, ideas, and insights • real solutions to real problems from real event profs • networking • hilarious stories • and heroic stories 🦸 Episodes are short, sharp, fun, an easy listen, and irreverent🙃 - so tune in when you need a break!
 
Wether you're a camel owner, wanna-be owner or simply an adoring camel fan you're in the right place for some fun, useful and interesting Camel Talk. Join us here for fun learning about camels, how to care for, train and handle them - plus insider stories and interviews - and some insider stories of our lifestyle with camels: the good, the bad, the ugly and the very funny. Subscribe now so you don't miss out. This is your one and only go to podcast all about camels!
 
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Welcome to Day 4 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Russell & Tara teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to help you tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In This episode we …
 
Welcome to Day 7, our final day of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Russell & Tara teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to help you tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In T…
 
Welcome to Day 6 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Russell & Tara teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to help you tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In This episode, we…
 
Welcome to Day 5 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Russell & Tara teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to help you tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In This episode we …
 
Welcome to Day 3 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Tara & Russell teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to help you tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In This episode we …
 
Welcome to Day 2 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Tara & Russell teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!In This episode we are talki…
 
Welcome to Day 1 of our Camel Training Mini-Series where we, Tara & Russell teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to tap into the camel’s psychology so that you can better understand The Camel!Don't Miss another episode o…
 
We’re so excited to be bringing you a [free!] 7 day Camel Training Mini Series. Over 7 days, everyday, starting May 3rd (2021), we’ll teach short, insightful camel training lessons to help you get started with Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®, our signature camel training method designed to tap into the camel’s psychology so that you ca…
 
Hey it’s Tara Here & You’re listening to the Camel Connection podcast where we (myself & Russell, who is also co-host here) help you become more Camel Confident & Connected in camel training, handling, psychology & wellbeing and in this podcast I have a question for you and that is: If you found yourself in the same room as a camel vet, not a gener…
 
One of the main reasons we’re so ‘into camels’ is because of their built in environmental friendliness, so in light of Global Earth Day we have some fun Enviro Friendly camel facts for you!We not only adore the camel’s ‘dog like’ personalities, but also, owning and caring for camels is not making a big impact on mother earth and climate change.To J…
 
If you're like so many other camel owners or wanna be owners, it's likely that you don't (or won't) have your camels in a natural “desert environment” roaming free, if this be the case then you need to be [continually] educating yourself on how to care for camels...Nowadays, for us & our camels, rather than just "looking" at our camels (with our he…
 
Events Heist episode 5 featuring: 🌟 Dee Dee Quah, CMP, ◾ lecturer at Taylor's University's School of Hospitality, Tourism & Events ◾ Director of Medical Conference Partners 🌟 Victoria Matey ◾ event psychology expert ◾ creator of the Event Psychology Lab ◾ author of "10 Principles of Strategic Event Planning"…
 
"If you want to make an event that gets a point across, you have to do it in a fun way." "Otherwise, you have no chance of getting into that 'System 2'". "Engage the senses and get interaction going... and get people into a state of flow and THEN hit with the really hard-hitting information." "If you start with a lot of information you've lost ever…
 
In domestic situations camels are prone to getting “sick,” but what does a sick camel look like and when should you call a vet?This is one of the best tools you can have as a camel owner / carer! When you have a sick camel, your assessment of the camel will help the vet make the best choice of practice for your camel moving forward, in some cases w…
 
You know those moments when you begin to become interested in something (aka like camels) then suddenly more and more “camel Things” and “camel people” enter your realm…?Well, for our podcast guest today, Amy Christmas, her entire world and life opened up because of Camels and lead her to opportunities and experiences she couldn’t have dreamed up a…
 
Ever wondered what the true costs of keeping camels are?Whether you’re considering having camels or already do have camels tune into this podcast episode where we run you through:> People who are suitable to owning camels> What it costs in time to keep camels > What financial costs you need to consider when owning camelsWe give you a ‘checklist’ st…
 
"𝗘𝘃𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗳 𝘀𝗸𝗶𝗹𝗹𝘀, 𝗲𝘅𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗰𝗮𝗽𝗮𝗯𝗶𝗹𝗶𝘁𝗶𝗲𝘀 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝘁𝗿𝗮𝗻𝘀𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗿𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲 𝗮𝗰𝗿𝗼𝘀𝘀 𝘀𝗼 𝗺𝗮𝗻𝘆 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴𝘀." 🐙"If you asked me five years ago about change management I would have asked, "what's that?'" 😳Amazing story from Harry Whelan who in 2015 (back when people who...
 
One of the most common issues we hear about & see is the very lack of camel information that camel owners (or wanna-be owners) can get their hands on.It’s really scary! The Conflicting advice from social media (after sifting through 50 different comments and opinions and advice - hashtag: now officially confused), or the hours spent Googling camel …
 
We get asked A LOT of questions about camel husbandry, sick camel questions and the like, so this episode is a bit of a “pick our brains” episode where if we had only 15 mins to tell you the Best Practice Tips for Camel husbandry, these are what they would be.Whether you're considering owning camels or are a camel owner, tune into this episode for …
 
There’s one consistent “problem” that you’ll experience as a camel owner if you have your camels in a domestic environment (aka not roaming a dessert) - which is a large number of domestic camels.Listen up camel owners & carers, this info is about to save a lot of heartaches, worrying, and health issues.Camel Vet Margie bale explains how important …
 
Camel’s are clumsy! On our farm, we get a lot of minor injuries from camel’s running (not a camel’s natural pace), bumping into things, fighting within-herd members, or sometimes eating too much of a nice tasting plant!Whether your camel has had a fall and hurts itself or has chronic pain due to past injuries or is age affected watch or listen to t…
 
2020 has been an… “Interesting” year for us, no doubt you could say a similar thing. Crazy times indeed!The two of us, camel owners, lovers, Cameleers, chat about how this year has impacted us & our camel business. We put together an entertaining timeline of the year 2020 with lots of never seen before footage. You may see us regularly here, but th…
 
The birth of a baby camel is a wonderful thing to witness in a lifetime, but it comes with its risks in a domesticated environment.There’s a certain care routine needed for a pregnant (and lactating) camel to ensure that the baby camel is born healthy, that, more often than not, includes supplementation and a strict feeding regime.Unfortunately, we…
 
This really simple knot means that you can leave your camel's headstall on if they are in regular training, work or you simply want to build confidence in catching your camel. Since the headstalls that we use are 'one piece' halter/rope setup the Daisy Chain is something we use with our camels all the time. It's a handy thing to learn and know and …
 
Truth-telling time >>> If you cannot restrain your camel in a safe and effective way, a vet cannot treat your camel.There’s not much a vet can tell from a distance, so having proper restraint is paramount to being a responsible camel owner.Who better to explain safe ways to restrain your camel for a vet visit than Camel Vet, Dr. Margie Bale, who, a…
 
If you're like so many other camel owners whereby you don't have your camels in their natural desert environment, roaming free, then you need to tune into this Camel Vet Talk on supplements domesticated camels NEED.Dr. Margie Bale - Camel Vet, gives us digestible information on things you need to start adding to your camel's diet TODAY in order to …
 
It’s so easy to overlook this simple first step when training a camel, but don’t underestimate it!This is the first step we do with any and all camels that come into our lives despite their unknown OR known history.We teach this to all Camel Connection students as the crucial first step, that if you skip it, you’re denying yourself & your camel lon…
 
Most people ask (or Google) “What do camels eat?” The question should really be, “what SHOULD camel’s eat.”Many people put camels in the “hardy animal” category when in fact, if they are removed from their natural environment - the desert, nothing can be further from the truth! Camel’s are survival animals, meaning that if they are sick, they often…
 
There’s LOTS to learn about camels and their health, we know, but if one dis-ease stands out and is a MUST KNOW for anyone considering buying/owning camels or already has camels it’s Osteodystrophy - otherwise known as “Big Head.”Nutrition (and parasite control) is a main factor in causing this disease so YOU, as a camel owner can prevent it! You c…
 
For those that aren’t in our Virtual Camel School attending our live camel training lessons we want to show you what it’s like inside our camel training yards.A few things might stand out like…No loud talking or fast movements.We’re extremely relaxed, yet cautious.We’re not rushing anything - even for the sake of a “lesson”This short lesson, which …
 
We have some personal news to share with you.We (Russell & Tara) made the decision together to share this with you, because ultimately, we value authenticity & vulnerability and as strange as it might sound, this has everything to do with camel training (and COULD just be The Thing that gets us through this next Life Challenge).Enjoying this podcas…
 
We don’t know what position you’re in and how you came about your camel(s) - if you have them yet - but we know that EVERY camel owners need camel education. Camel education that aligns with YOUR values about animals.In this episode we walk you through our values on camel training & handling and tell some stories on why having values around your ca…
 
It can be so easy to get caught up in all the methods and techniques of Camel training and handling, but often a Simple mindset shift can change the way a Camel reacts to any training or handling. In this episode we give you a one word skill that you can start implementing the next time you’re training or handling camel, along with some personal st…
 
Register for our [no charge] Camel Training Webinar: https://camelconnection.com/cameltraininglive So you’ve just gotten a baby camel, expecting one or maybe you're considering getting a baby camel - congratulations!Having camels in your life, we think, is one of life’s greatest pleasures!One of the most common questions we get is: When Do I Start …
 
A common misconception when people want to start training their camel(s) is that they think they need to know how to get the camel to do what they want, although this might be the goal in the long run many people miss an important and crucial step that could be the difference between a safe and connected camel and one that ‘flips it lid’ on an off …
 
Can a drop of camel milk help preserve culture in Ethiopia…?Clio Sozzani & Roba Bulga think so and they are about to tell the world in a powerfully dramatic new Camel documentary on Camel Milk.We interviewed Clio Sozzani - an anthropologist filmmaker and director of this new camel milk documentary based in Ethiopia, that was until they stumbled upo…
 
Why are worms in camels such a big problem...?Dr Margie Bale, from CamelVet.com.au, explains why worms in camels are such a big problem. We love how Dr Bale puts things so simply and in a non-scientific way that anyone can understand.If you'd like access to this full Camel Vet topic please join us over at: www.CameleerAcademy.com…
 
First we have to say off the bat, if you come here looking for a straight answer on worms in camels and drenches / dewormers to use we don’t have it and anyone who gives a straight answer to parasites in camels doesn’t understand the science (which we learned the hard way).We’re not here to pull the wool over your eyes, we want your camels (or the …
 
Camel Owners/Handlers: Have you ever thought about Hobbling your camel(s)....? Some people think it’s only to be used if you want to train a camel to ride etc, but that’s not the case ( we don't use hobbles to train camels to ride / take a saddle in a camels Level 2 training).We believe that every camel owner (or people that work with camels) shoul…
 
We have an adventure packed interview for you today - all revolving around one man’s idea of trekking with camels. We sat down with John Elliott: Adventurer, Entrepreneur, Explorer & now Cameleer.John decided to embark on a journey - namely a camel expedition - over the next few years visiting town to town around Australia entertaining the most exc…
 
As camel owners, lovers and educators over the years we are always searching for the latest and greatest information on camels so we can educate ourselves and also pass on that information to you too - via this podcast, Virtual Camel School & our Cameleer Academy Membership.Although, there are moments when we are kicking ourselves and our heart ach…
 
We have a very special episode for you today because World Camel day is June 22nd (every year) and for us and many camel lovers world wide this is a great excuse to share the amazingness of these animals that we’ve fallen in love with. If you Google World Camel Day its offical explanation is to create awareness about the camel and its production of…
 
We don't know about you, but this COVID19 crisis has certainly made us reflect on what's most important in life.A little while ago we had the pleasure of Interviewing Miriam Lancewood, author of Woman in The Wilderness and although she doesn't own camels, boy did some have some wisdom for us! We wanted to interview Miriam about her wilderness adven…
 
If you have a property, farm or ranch swarming with weeds and other unwanted plants and you’re one of the many people that have heard that camels can help with weed control, then tune into this short Camel Q&A episode. We cover:- How camels can help with weed control, from our personal experience - What other farmers success rates are after introdu…
 
These are concerning times with the COVID 19 crisis occurring all around the globe. So many lives and business are affected and of course, camel business activity isn’t immune to this situation (and animals do NOT stop eating). We’ve been receiving emails (thank you) from concerned camel business owners & operators with how they will keep their bus…
 
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