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The Side Hustle Activator Show is the podcast for millennials who are looking for ideas, actionable tips and inspiration to turn their side hustle into a six figure business. Find out from people who have escaped the 9-5 by working on their side hustles. Join us weekly when we interview every experts who have turned their side hustles to their full time gig. We tackle everything when it comes to entrepreneurship: making money online, making money offline, marketing, sales, websites, social m ...
 
This is my first podcast, please have fun listening and give feedback :) In this podcast I have uploaded my poems.. In hindi as well as English.. Hope you all will enjoy.. For more poem please visit site rhythmicescape.wordpress.com Or follow me on instagram @rhythmicescape
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. Change your perspe ...
 
A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
NCUSCR's new podcast series features short interviews and explainers on timely issues in the U.S.-China relationship with leading experts. For more interviews, videos, and links to events, please visit us at: www.ncuscr.org. The National Committee on U.S.-China Relations is the leading American nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States among citizens of both countries.
 
Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
 
I’m your host Sherrod Small, comedian, actor, writer, producer and just a handsome fella. And this is Small Ball, the sports show that you want to be part of, and you are! The audience is our co-host. We bring some of the biggest names in sports together with some of the biggest names in comedy and we kick it. We talk scores, players, coaches, beginnings, life, anything under the sun sports-related. Every comedian I know had dreams of being a sports star and most athletes think they’re funny ...
 
Hosted by E. Scott Aronow, MBA, each week The Career Catalyst Radio Program covers the most pressing career-related issues. For job seekers, we provide the “How To” - the specifics that enable you to immediately execute a new strategy or technique in your search. And we provide strategies that allow you to be more successful in your job and career. Each episode we are joined by an expert guest, typically a top author or executive. We go in depth, so you get detailed, valuable information you ...
 
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Shark Tank winner Stephan Aarstol shares: How he went from being an SEO guy selling $50,000 of poker chips a month to winning a $150,000 investment on Shark Tank and the biggest lessons he learnt from Mark Cuban. How he leveraged his Shark Tank appearance in order to grow from $100,000 lifetime sales to over $40 million in lifetime sales through th…
 
A wide range of experimental sounds for episode 321. From medieval industrial metal to steam train post-punk, French field recording techno to toytonics from an 8-year-old South Korean prodigy and nearly everything in-between. Tracklisting Sophrosyne - Ecclesiastes (Avon Terror Corps, UK) RAAI - Beautiful Ocean (Extra Noir, South Korea) LV & Joshua…
 
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Hypnosis and electroacoustic heavy on this show, as we explore found and adapted sounds from Greece, Italy, and the US, and well as taking on Tuareg/folk chanting from Niger, the latest from the ever-excellent Beak>, heavy psycadelics from Canada and more.⁠ Tracklisting Beak> - Oh Know (NRML Festival, Mexico) Sneaky Jesus - Battledance (Shapes of R…
 
Stop AAPI Hate co-founder Russell Jeung addresses the alarming reports of violence and crimes committed against Asian Americans over the past year. He examines the racist beliefs that often motivate perpetrators, discusses the influence of social media, and offers a hopeful look at how Asian American communities and their allies are standing up to …
 
Erica Rankin took a passion for fitness and healthy food and has created Bro Dough, one of Canada's most exciting Consumer Product Goods company. She shares how she went from 30 sales a month and storing everything in her car to 700 sales a month to now exploding and getting close to that in a week. (This literally happened in between recording the…
 
Bookended by guitar-based experimental opuses, this week's show moves through the gears from psych-tinged jazz to off-tuned hiphop, via operatic experimentation, thundering bass music, folk, and Argentinian library music. Tracklisting Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Leo Flash' Return To The Underworld (Rune Grammofon, Norway) McKinley Dixon - Make a Poet B…
 
Get paid for your data. You're already giving it out for free so why not get paid for it? Jeff Bermant joins the show to talk about the future of data, getting paid for your data and his entrepreneurial journey. Jeff is a former professional tennis player who transitioned to banking and then real estate development. In his career he's built close 3…
 
Even by the usual standards of the Independent Music Podcast, this show reaches into the more extraordinary reaches of experimental sounds. From chopped up club bangers, through Brazilian field recordings, via techno abstraction and Russian trap/free jazz, this show gives your ears a really solid workout. Tracklisting Rosso Polare - carrubbe chit K…
 
Nathan Valdez shares his journey to become a full time Twitch streamer. He didn't excel in regular jobs and last worked as a security guard. One day he decided to go all in with his music and he's never looked back. This episode is for the dreamers out there wanting to escape the 9-5 and pursue their music full time.…
 
Simply exquisite noises emanating from this podcast, starting with the Korean-German contemporary dub of JahYu remixing the new Penguin Sound. We have extraordinary music from Jen Shyu, magical dream pop experimentation from Jane Weaver, pirate ship jungle music from Equiknoxx-affiliate Sección De Ritmo, Pakistan jazz from Jaubi and loads more. Tra…
 
In honour of International Women's Day we highlight 17 female entrepreneurs with 16 side hustle ideas for 2021. On this special episode we have writers, inventors, coaches, a consultant in the equity, diversity and inclusion space, course creators, a wedding planner, a musician, models, gym owners and a service providers for dog.|…
 
If you had access to 39 gigantic bells and wanted to make an exotica record, how would it sound? If you wanted to make an orchestral opus and only had access to synths, how would that sound? Some answers may be enclosed in this week's podcast. As well as experimentation with massive bells, we have more modestly produced music that is no less extrao…
 
Oscar Barrera is a Business Anthropologist based out of Veracruz, Mexico who brings a global mindset to helping businesses turn hurdles into opportunities for positive change. He is an expert in innovation, change management, and strategy. In this episode in partnership with Experience By Design podcast cohosts Adam Gamwell and Gary David dig into …
 
Chopped beats from The Philippines, drone-blues melding, and medieval music from the US midwest are some of the more unfamiliar sounds making their way onto this week's Independent Music Podcast. Elsewhere, the astounding new track from BIG|BRAVE is a real highlight, we also have proto UK rap cuts from Manchester's Shotta Taps, relaxed Middle-Easte…
 
Chawlyn Mezas shares his journey from completing her Bachelor's degree in Netherlands to flying to Canada to explore the world. It was here that she went to InfoFit Personal Training school with Jay Ho and would later combine her experience as a Zumba instructor and personal trainer to eventually launch C.H.A.W Fitness. In 2015 she moved to the isl…
 
Marketing Director of Kocha Soft, Founder and Host of The Makeshift CMO Podcast shares his journey from being a Chemical Engineer grad to bartending to making the leap and move to another city. According to Bruce, the biggest life hack is to move cities. This forces you out of your comfort zone and you will certainly grow. Bruce talked about how be…
 
A remarkable array of sounds to entertain you this week. From the real banger to open to incomprehensible Mexican 8-bit drone via afrobeat genius, violin experimentation, reworked Indonesian throat singing, Polish juke and lots of other great morsels. Tracklisting Lady Lykez - Buzz Lightyear (Hyperdub Records, UK) Etuk Ubong - I Waka Dey Go (self-r…
 
Welcome to the Side Hustle Activator Show. Today’s guest is Daisi Jo Pollard. She’s the founder of My Product Model, a unique creative agency specializing in e-commerce product shots, videos, and copywriting for digital catalogs and advertising campaigns. I brought her on the show to find out about how she went from being the former Miss Jamaica si…
 
We often go full fat on the Independent Music Podcast, but with so many mammoth records on this show, we've had to give you morsels of the full glory. Whether that is a 6-minute snippet of 45mins of Balkan choral chanting, 2 minutes of 25 minute Indian-infused metal, or five minutes of the absolutely ear-meltingly good new record from Japanese lege…
 
Bookended by sublime hiphop, this episode of the Independent Music Podcast takes us on a contemplative journey across the genres. From Portuguese pianist Tiago Sousa's exquisite new modern classical on Discrepant to Livingdog's tentative spatial folk sounds, there's a lot to sit back and settle in to. But we do also have a few tastes of experimenta…
 
Music was always a part of his life because his mom was an aerobics instructor First Big Break was when Michael’s older sister dated a DJ in high school and the guy agreed to take him under his wing. Friend worked for a local DJ company and got him his first job in the industry. Michael worked on the sales side and eventually ended up at Caprice as…
 
Take a walk with anthropologist and consultant Grant McCracken and host Adam Gamwell, as they discuss Grant's new book The New Honor Code: A Simple Plan for Raising Our Standards and Restoring Our Good Names and dig into Grant's uncanny ability to excavate and weave together (American) culture, media, and storytelling, and pull out provocative insi…
 
Do you like Indonesian horse riding metal? Do you like Panamanian shellac? Do you like tired radio advert voices from pirate radio stations between 1984 and 1993? Then you’ll love the Independent Music Podcast! We’re bringing you the very best in Japanese translated avant-garde French poetry, experimental Russian noises, slow grime and more! Straig…
 
Kat Millar helps coaches and passionate entrepreneurs grow a profitable, lifestyle-friendly business doing what they love. In this episode, Kat shares her story about taking the unconventional route, being in a girl's rock band and deep dives into the 5 Pillars To Building Your Business. In 2004, she decided that the 9-5 world wasn't for her anymor…
 
It's an emotional start to this week's podcast with the final recording of podcast mainstays Tomaga. It is - as with all the music Tom and Valentina made together - absolutely stunning and it's heartbreaking no more is forthcoming. More positively, we have a great batch of other sounds to accompany it, not least the ferocious Bugandan drumming of t…
 
Something very different for you, this is the first episode of Anthony's new podcast: Out for a Walk. It's a podcast about walking and sound. Taking in field recordings, nature and local history. Subscribe to it wherever you get podcasts Credits Hosted by Anthony Chalmers Produced by Sarah Nicol Music by Faten Kanaan…
 
In January 2021 armed rioters stormed the US Capitol in a harrowing and politically fomented insurrection. It was an apex of years of divisive and condemnable rhetoric and fear-mongering used to stoke insecurities and desperate action. How do we ensure this never happens again? Or how do we dismantle the social structures that feed hate, fear, and …
 
'Atmospheric' goes some way to describing a lot of the music on the show this week. From the sublime new opus from Mexico's Murcof to the stunning cello experimentation of Simon McCorry, we have sounds that transport you to a range of different intoxicating realms. Elsewhere there's some experimental panpipe music from Bristol's Avon Terror Corps a…
 
A successful pandemic response helped reshape Taiwan’s image in 2020. Could a new U.S. administration further change the island’s prospects in 2021? Margaret Lewis explores the new year's possibilities for U.S.-Taiwan relations, as well as the key issues facing the Taiwan government’s domestic and global standing.…
 
A fantastic hour of new music this week, although the highlight could well be the sublime cut of Eswatini and South African music from 1989 that's had a reissue on France's Nyami Nyami label. That Azumah track is bookended by two fairly gnarly pieces from Canada's Seum and Australia's Divide and Dissolve, we also have stunning ambient soundscapes f…
 
We start 2021 with music that is generally more mellow, contemplative, but no less extraordinary than the music you're used to on the podcast. Kicking things off with avant-folk of Birdengine, there's hints of modern classical from Doug Wieselman and CARM. We also have a very early contender for most exciting record of the year, with the first tast…
 
In 2020 when may businesses closed down and tried to just stay afloat he scaled rapidly to $2 Million in Revenue. Adam Kaplan Lando, founder of Dad's Printing comes on the podcast to share his inspirational journey of entrepreneurship. Learn from his experience as a young entrepreneur starting with autograph hunting to selling snap back hats at the…
 
Language warning. We use the word sh*t a lot in this episode, since it is, in fact all about poop. To wrap up this crappy, some may even say shitty year, host Adam Gamwell and intern Elizabeth Smyth discuss the origin of the word shit, how the way we defecate is culturally constructed, what our poop reveals about us, and so much more in this New Ye…
 
Tikiri Herath shares her journey from having $20 in her pocket and a heart full of dreams to a coveted career in the intelligence sector. She eventually pivoted and followed her true passion in writing and became an award winning author. Through her fiction and non-fiction books she's able to inspire girls around the world to chase their dreams.…
 
A selection of ten of our favourite records that we've played on the podcast in 2020. It's an impossible task but there is some killer music in here to entertain you for an hour or so. So what have we enjoyed this year? In this selection there's Thai rap, Uruguayan experimentation, UK skronk noise, stunning BLM-inspired jazz and loads more. Part th…
 
We don't do 'best of' episodes at the Independent Music Podcast. Music is subjective and we love to shout about the music we love. This week, we're shouting about the music of 2020 that we love and haven't shouted about during our regular episodes. So whether it's 10-minute Finnish rock opuses, racially charged noise-jazz-hiphop, Kenyan field recor…
 
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