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Your journey to a healthier, more fulfilling life starts here. Ashley Horner is a fitness celebrity, entrepreneur, ultra-runner, triathlete, wife, and mother who’s passionate about helping others live to their full potential. Each week on Reborn, you’ll hear insights from Ashley and her guests about fitness, pursuing your passions, relationships, nutrition, parenting, personal reinvention, and a lot more! With new episodes every week, Reborn is your regular dose of inspiration and motivation ...
 
Ranking (and debating) our favorite things!Each episode of List It features an author, writer, expert, or celebrity ranking their favorite things from different aspects of pop culture. Hosted by writer, producer, and podcaster Jesse Carey, List It breaks down everything from our guests’ favorite albums, movies, and books to the most fascinating Wikipedia rabbit holes, internet trends, travel destinations, and more. List It … making “arguing” on the internet fun again!From the Ironclad Conten ...
 
Optophobia is the fear of opening one’s eyes. Our show is dedicated to encouraging you — our listeners — to move beyond that fear. To solve riddles they don’t want us to unriddle. To investigate supposedly ironclad truths. To unearth evidence, buried for so long they believed it would stay buried. Each season we tackle a new investigation into what is often dismissively called a “conspiracy theory,” and each week a new guest weighs in. Are you bored by the lies? Open your eyes.
 
Jason Redman is a retired Navy SEAL and a New York Times bestselling author. Today, he speaks on stages all across the country with some of the most influential companies in the world about the leadership strategies that can help their businesses move to the next level. Now, on his new podcast Moving the Needle, he's bringing insights from some of the biggest names in business, sports, and some of the world’s most groundbreaking thinkers straight to you. On each episode, he talks with CEOs, ...
 
The Legal Ops Podcast is about all things legal operations, legal business and legal technology. It's hosted by Alex Rosenrauch and Elliot Leibu, legal ops professionals with experience and passion for this subject, and deep connections in the industry. Every episode covers a new aspect of transformation, operationalisation and technology implementation, overlaid with the human elements of change management and organisational psychology. If you're interested in the changing nature of legal s ...
 
Science Fiction is speculative literature that generally explores the consequences of ideas which are roughly consistent with nature and scientific method, but are not facts of the author’s contemporary world. The stories often represent philosophical thought experiments presented in entertaining ways. Protagonists typically "think" rather than "shoot" their way out of problems, but the definition is flexible because there are no limits on an author's imagination. The reader-selected stories ...
 
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In this podcast, I share with you How To Level Up Your Positive Influence and Attraction. You'll learn how to take the things that you tell yourself personally. You'll learn how to ask yourself better questions and frame those emotions in a way that benefits you for long-term success. You’ll discover how to make an application in your life!! You'll…
 
“I don’t present very often, so how do I prepare for a presentation?” That is, by far, one of the most common questions that we get as presentation skills coaches. In fact, most public speaking fear comes from situations where presenters just don’t speak very often. They have a hard time building up momentum. For instance, if you only drive a car o…
 
Wyeth Goodenough (CCO of Ironclad) discusses how to understand value across customer segments, why the right customer success engagement model depends on product complexity and the importance of forming personal connections in business. Some key points below: The customer success lens is applicable to every single business since every single compan…
 
Alex and Elliot chat about: * early impressions on Elliot's new Apple Watch * Spark, a new dashboard covering fundraising and M&A in the legal tech space * Ironclad raises $100 million with a valuation of almost $1 billion * a recent court decision involving Uber regarding online acceptance of terms and conditions * the Australian News Media Bargai…
 
Finding time to workout can be tough, especially when balancing relationships, your career and everything else going on in life. On today’s Reborn podcast, Ashley explains the value of “time-crunch” workouts, gives advice on getting the most out of your workout time, takes your questions, and a lot more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
Karina Vazirova is a legal innovator, an experienced product developer and a specialist in user experience and design. Her agency, KV Labs, focuses on UX research, prototyping and design. She also co-founded FemTech Lab, Europe’s first FemTech accelerator. Karina, Elliot and Alex had an insightful chat focused on UX and design in a legal context, i…
 
Howard Brown (CEO at RingDNA) joined Scott Britton and I on the Business Is Human podcast. Here are some key takeaways from the conversation: Allowing people to autonomously enable themselves with software is a huge opportunity. Hire people that can be coached, enjoy coaching, and have a thirst for learning Create a culture where making mistakes is…
 
In honour of the Canadian actor Christopher Plummer (1929-2021), we feature music from some of his films, including The Sound of Music, The Silent Partner, The Man Who Would Be King, An American Tail, The Insider, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Beginners, All the Money in the World and Knives Out. 1. Stereolab: Dimension M2 (Electrically P…
 
Growing up on the road alongside her saleswoman mom, Jeri Jones believed she had a serene, peace-loving nature. But then, at 15, she watched "Relentless" and a something savage began stirring inside her. Armed with common household implements as agents of mischief and with a Rolodex she found while Dumpster diving as a guide, her rampage began. ***…
 
Amazing Persuasive Speech Outline In the post, How to Design a Speech Quickly, we gave a few tips to create a quick presentation outline. In this session, we add a little more detail about how to make your presentation more persuasive. This simple, three-step process will help you persuade event the toughest audiences. Change from Feature/Benefit t…
 
John Girard (CEO at Cience) joined Scott Britton and I on the Business Is Human podcast. Here are some key takeaways from the conversation: Meaningful B2B sales don’t close without a conversation between two humans. Sales skills are very well preserved in this coming AI revolution. The pandemic highlights the importance of raw interpersonal skills …
 
Steve Blum (CRO at Autodesk) joined Scott Britton and I on the Business Is Human podcast. Here are some key takeaways from the conversation: Having a clear vision of the desired end result allows you to sell the mission to the people around you. People buy-in when they understand the why. You will never have perfect data when you are doing somethin…
 
On this episode, I interview Cody Lowry who is a best-selling author and the founder of a successful advertising agency. However, Cody is actually more famous for being able to talk his way into meetings that are typically pretty hard to get. For instance, he tells us how he had a couple of extra days in New York, so he decided to audition for Satu…
 
It's Family Day here in BC so this hodge-podge of an episode is mostly in honour of director Michael Apted (1941-2021) and music from his films Coal Miner's Daughter, Gorky Park & The World is Not Enough. 1. Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams: Without Us [Theme from Family Ties] (Television's Greatest Hits - Volume 6: Remote Control, 1996) TVT 2. The…
 
Around the time Darrell Klep first saw "Relentless" in the late 1980s, he also began his career as a farmer. Eventually, he started working weekend farmer's markets, following his customers and sitting in his car outside their homes. Creepy? Yes. Coincidence? Probably not. *** Credits: Sean Paul Ellis played Darrell Klep. Sean performs with Washing…
 
This week, author Sarah Bessey joins List It for a thoughtful conversation about prayer, and lists the practices that have most impacted her life! _____ Thanks to our sponsor Skillshare! Explore your creativity at skillshare.com/LISTIT and get a free trial of Premium Membership. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Loren Padelford (GM of Revenue at Shopify) joined Scott Britton and Andrei Newman on the Business Is Human podcast. Here are some key takeaways from the conversation: Being customer-centric is the best moat. If you want generational customers, you cannot say yes to their every request. Optimizing for short-term revenue leads to long-term churn. The…
 
On today’s show, Ashley breaks down the official Reborn workout, available exclusively to Reborn listeners. This is your chance to get in incredible shape with a program specially designed by Ashley Horner. Be sure to head to https://www.instagram.com/rebornpod/ to learn more about this week’s Reborn workout! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
In this Talking Tech episode Alex and Elliot interview Tom Dunlop. He's the founder and CEO of Summize, which is a simple, lightweight and easy-to-use tool designed to make it quicker and easier for legal teams to review, summarise and draft contracts. LINKS Check out Summize: https://www.summize.com/ Contact Tom: tom@summize.com…
 
Tim Kopp (CEO of Terminus) joins the Business Is Human podcast to discuss creating immersive experiences, focusing on customer lifetime value, customer marketing, and why winning builds great cultures. Some key points below: You should never acquire a customer you cannot keep. Many companies are underinvesting in customer marketing and enablement. …
 
Fundrive 2021! CITR's annual fundraiser needs your help to keep the airwaves and devices humming with unique programming -- https://citr.ca/donate This episode profiles Ennio Morricone's music from Sergio Leone's spaghetti western epics that make up the Dollars Trilogy: A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, The Bad & The Ugly. …
 
Baskin-Robbins greeter Alicia Nicely was just minding her own business, trying on a fitted purple sweatshirt at Gap, when she was attacked by a "Relentless"-inspired wanna-be serial killer. As happens in these situations, the attacker — Sarah Pinch — couldn't close the deal. But might there be an army of Sarah Pinches out there, stalking America's …
 
Reborn is back with an all-new season! On today’s episode, Laina catches us up on her fitness journey, we teach you how to make one of American Brew’s favorite drinks, the Espresso Martini, Ashley tells you about a special workout program just Reborn listeners, and a ton more! . . . . . Thank you to our sponsors! Explore your creativity at skillsha…
 
Cameron Deatsch (CRO of Atlassian) joined Scott Britton and Andrei Newman on the Business Is Human podcast to discuss how Atlassian has evolved over the past 9 years, how to bring the best out of your people, and the aspects of himself he’s currently working to improve. Some key points below: You can’t improve on a process that isn’t outlined and s…
 
In honour of Black History Month and all sorts of other political pageantry, this mostly jazzy episode profiles Kamasi Washington's score to the 2020 Netflix Documentary on Michelle Obama: Becoming. 1. Norah Jones: American Anthem (The War: A Ken Burns Film OST, 2007) Legacy 2. Gordon Grdina's Nomad Trio: Nomad (Nomad, 2020) Skirl 3. Fucked Up: Yea…
 
This is episode #151, and this week, I interview Claire Chandler and Ben Baker. They are the authors of the new book Leading Beyond a Crisis. Ben's background is in creating a brand for yourself and your company, and Claire started out in human resources and has spent the last few years helping companies attract high-level employees and retain them…
 
Buffalo, NY musician Brad Meglin was playing Black Sabbath covers with his band The Buffalo Soldiers in 1988, when William Lustig inexplicably got up on stage, mid-song, and asked Brad to compose music “that would make people want to kill” for his coming movie, “Relentless.” *** Credits: Bryan Jackson played Brad Meglin. Bryan produces “Pod Chef,” …
 
This week, singer/songwriter Jon Foreman (Switchfoot, Fiction Family) ranks his six favorite songs! He's getting ready to release his brand new solo album "Departures" and, next week, his band Switchfoot is playing concert that will be streamed live from Petco Park in San Diego. Today's episode is a fun one! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Reborn season 2 is coming next week! Get ready for more interviews with top athletes, trainers, influencers, friends, and writers, and this season, we’ve got something special in store just for listeners of Reborn: A free, custom training program that will help you get into the best shape of your life. Don’t worry, there will also be plenty of time…
 
In a complex and rapidly changing world, it has never been more critical for CEOs to provide their leadership teams and employees with the right level of context. Business information must be absorbed, adapted, analyzed, and used to make productive decisions. Since businesses are highly complex, doing so requires a certain level of organizational t…
 
As a new dawn rises, we pay tribute to the French composer Claude Bolling (1930-2020) and listen to selections from his scores to Borsalino, California Suite & Le Magnifique. 1, Jim Heath: Theme from Commander in Chief (Commander in Chief OST, 2005) ABC 2. Blackalicious: Paragraph President (Blazing Arrow, 2002) Quannum/MCA/Mahogany Sun 3. Markus F…
 
Lance Bloomberg's father was a big influence on his son. There was the fascination with money and finance that Lance inherited, and there was also the violence. Beaten regularly as a child with an abacus, Lance would eventually teeter between a career in financial analysis and serial murder. Seeing "Relentless" nearly sealed the deal. *** Credits: …
 
6 Years to a Million Dollars & 6 Months to $2 Million In this episode, I’m going to pull back the curtain and show you a few of the key things that happened in the early years of my company. It took me six years of training and learning before I felt comfortable enough to start my own company. Then, my new team and I spent another six years buildin…
 
Want to find some very small things that dramatically improve your life? Today's show is for you! Our guest today is an author, speaker, and podcaster. Her latest book "Shadow & Light" is out now, and of course, we always recommend her amazing book "At Home in the World: Reflections on Belonging While Wandering the Globe." Along with an incredible …
 
Should lawyers offer wills and estate planning as a subscription? Is every product and service destined to be frictionless? Should employees have a say in what the core values of a company are? Is copywriting a long lost art? Jack Newton (CEO of Clio) answers these questions and much more on this episode of Business Is Human.…
 
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