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The Thin Green Line podcast features discussions with experts on current worldwide public safety trends related to wildlife, waterway and wild land conservation threats around the globe. Featuring dynamic and relevant guests from traditional and wildlife law enforcement, survival, military, outdoor adventurer, environmental science, political, and civilian backgrounds, the Thin Green Line podcast brings you unfiltered and honest assessments of hot button Thin Green Line issues.
 
Money permeates everything that we do. Whether you rent or buy, save or splurge. Though currency has been around for centuries, most people don’t have a clue how it really works. Dollars & Sense explores the concept of money and the relationship it has in our lives. Hear from game changing entrepreneurs, influencers and everyday people. You will hear how they made their first dollar, first million, and everything in between. Tune in as we discuss ways to change the narrative of money and the ...
 
Freelancing? Being boss of your own life and business can be tough and isolating. But it can also be totally rewarding. Pick up tips, advice and thoughts on how to make it as a freelancer by hearing other freelancers share their experience. You're not alone being freelance. Hosted by Steve Folland. www.beingfreelance.com
 
Welcome to Design Huddle, the podcast for creative professionals looking to level up. Each week Brandon Groce, a Digital Strategist and Ryan Warrender a UX Designer step inside the minds of some of the most creative people on the planet. This podcast covers a variety of disciplines ranging from digital product strategy, user experience (UX), and social media. Each episode is jam-packed with expert insights, hilarious sidebars, and compelling interviews with some of the most influential peopl ...
 
Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
The world's top musicians, composers, & producers tell trumpeter-composer-vocalist Knox Summerour how they've made it in the world of music for TV, Film, Games, Stage, & Studio. Go behind the scenes of Film Music, TV bands, Game music, Jazz, Pop, Classical, and more for tips, advice, and timeless stories from the professionals who've been there, who are there, who will be there.If you're a musician, a student, a freelancer in any field, or simply a fan of great music and musicians, this podc ...
 
Aimed squarely at our beneficiaries as an engagement tool first and foremost, but also anyone who wants to know more about the community we serve.These podcasts are open, honest and frank conversations with beneficiaries, friends and supporters of the Forces Motorsport Charity. Expect conversation sometimes to be of a mature nature.If you are able to support us, please follow this link. Thank you. https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/donation-web/charity?charityId=1007175&stop_mobi=yes
 
Through years of research and working with the world's best athletes - Nike has learned greatness isn't born, it's trained. This podcast explores the cutting-edge of holistic fitness to help make you a better trainer and athlete. Listen to conversations with industry experts and discover the latest innovations, insights, and trends making the biggest impact on the training world.
 
The Business Book Club is a non-profit organisation in South Africa that has the purpose to share knowledge. We don't know what we don't know, and therefore we believe in sharing as much knowledge as possible, especially with those who do not have access to it. We run events (currently in Johannesburg and Cape Town - South Africa) where each month Jacques Velleman (Business Coach and Speaker) interviews a South African author and they discuss their book. In doing this, people can gain insigh ...
 
It’s 12:30 p.m. You wake up, and at 1:30 p.m. you roll out of bed and turn on the radio, then open your local newspaper to check the HELP WANTED adverts. During breakfast, you turn on the television to catch a few minutes of the 24-hour news shows. School shootings. Higher taxes. Immigrants being treated badly. The price of milk has risen considerably. You turn it off quickly, filled with a sense of dread after seeing the latest disappointments the human race has to offer you. Shortly therea ...
 
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Christina Bobb is a news reporter for One America News focused on news from Washington DC and the current Administration. Christina was the Executive Secretary for Homeland Security, served as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps, and was a civil litigation attorney in the San Diego area. In addition, Ms Bobb holds a B.A. from Arizona…
 
In this week's episode, Jim, Jason, and Nick talk about the different sales channels that you can utilize for your manufacturing company, and their strengths and weaknesses. Segments: 0:00 | Nick explains how he sees ProShop ERP on shop floors across the country. 5:15 | The hosts share manufacturing news and purchasing trends for 2021 15:21 | Nick …
 
Ivy Pochoda is the author of The Art of Disappearing, Visitation Street - a Guardian and Amazon best book of 2013 - and Wonder Valley, a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist and a winner of the Strand Critics Circle Award. For many years she was a world-ranked squash player. She teaches creative writing at the Lamp Arts Studio in Skid Row. Ivy gre…
 
A fantastic chat with Myles who has his sights set on breaking the 2:20 barrier for the road marathon distance in the near future with the first attempt being the Canberra Marathon in early April, COVID pending. Myles is reasonably new to distance running but wasted no time in showing his speed and endurance capabilities on the road and track after…
 
What if we were taught credit concepts at a young age? In this episode, we talk to Evan Leaphart, Founder at Kiddie Kredit who has created an excellent solution for credit education for youth. Evan is also the co-founder of the Black Men Tech Talk Conference, an entrepreneurship collective which promotes collaboration between Black men and other me…
 
TOPICS: Saunders is starting 2021 off great with their ERP system and staying busy with orders. Saunders also tells us about his broken tool on the lathe. Grimsmo has been getting their Okamoto surface grinder up and running and it has been awesome! The big news out of Grimsmo is that the Rask is back! They have been hard at work for almost 4 years…
 
Two-time World Cup champion Alex Morgan has never seen a challenge she didn’t drive at full speed. In 2019, her U.S. Women’s National Team broke viewership records, scoring records, and glass ceilings. She kept up the momentum with big changes in 2020, having her first baby and moving halfway around the world — all during a global pandemic. As the …
 
As we move forward into 2021, the MakingChips podcast hosts look back at 2020, the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and share more lessons they learned as a result. Segments: 6:06 | Jim shares information on the characteristics of a visual learner. 9:37 | The hosts discuss the potential usage of wearable technology in machine shops. 13:26 | The …
 
TOPICS: Grimsmo starts us off with a smooth lead in SMW Product Demand Increases & The Struggle to Reduce Lead Time Super Helpful Tools & Gadgets (Scales & Pallet Jacks) https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200680712_200680712 Precision Abbe's Principle The Perfectionists: How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World A Crazy Metrolog…
 
After 28 years, Capt. Brian Albert has retired, but that doesn’t mean he’s done working. Brian spent time in the Air Force and then became a Ranger with Maryland's Eastern Shore. He also worked as a Public Information Officer and was in charge of a criminal investigations division during his career. Despite retirement, Brian is heavily involved wit…
 
Part 2 of this 2-part series continues the interview with special guest John Miller, founder of Way of the Mill, an education platform for CNC milling. In this episode, John shares more of his manufacturing knowledge that machine shops can benefit from. 3:38 | John shares his thoughts on how a commitment to details can improve a shop 10:20 | John e…
 
Money for the black community is power, and Khadijah Robinson has put in the work to empower people to buy Black through The Nile List. In this episode we discuss Georgia going Blue, how to not spend money in places that furthers the prison system, and much more in between. Connect with Khadijah on all the platforms: Twitter URL - https://twitter.c…
 
2020 has been a wild year, and we are sure you are tired of hearing about it by now. But here at the Business of Machining we decide to reflect on the positives. Thank you to everyone for being with us throughout this year! Grimsmo has found a solution to lift very heavy objects within their shop without the need of a forklift. It takes them back t…
 
Mike Robins arrived in a big way on the country music scene in 2013 with his group Autumn Hill, achieving radio success with multiple top 10 and 20 singles including “Anything At All,” “Mixtape,” and “Can’t Keep Waiting.” The music video for the groups hit single “Blame” also topped the CMT charts reaching #1. Following the success of Autumn Hill, …
 
The truth is out there. We just might not find it in .03 seconds. According to Safiya Noble, PhD, an associate professor of information studies at UCLA, that’s what most Internet users expect these days. In this episode, the Algorithms of Oppression author reveals how Big Tech and media advertisers manipulate search results to increase their revenu…
 
The 2020 Saskatchewan Country Music Association Emerging Artist Jordyn Pollard is current climbing the country charts with her single "Back To Us". Recently, she was named the first-ever Stingray Music Trending Track Artist for her current single. Tune in to get to know this talented artist better and hear a couple of her latest songs including "Ba…
 
St. John's, Newfound and Labrador's own Carolina East visits the podcast to talk about her music career and share her latest single "Hunger" as well as a previous release "Soaked In Whisky". This year, Carolina won the Music NL Country Artist of the Year award (she won it last year too), received a nomination for ECMA Indigenous Artist of the Year …
 
In Part 1 of this 2-part series, the MakingChips hosts welcome guest John Miller, founder of Way of the Mill, an education platform for CNC milling. In this episode, John shares his background in the manufacturing industry, including his time at Makino and Apple, and why he chose to start Way of the Mill. 6:09 | Jason shares current news about the …
 
Wayne and John discuss a warden life across the border in Canada with special guest Sean Cronsberry. Sean is a dog handler and warden with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. He's handled several interesting cases with his K-9 companions Timber and Blaze. Sean covers a large area and has a unique area that involves the commercia…
 
In the 250th episode of MakingChips, the hosts discuss new factors and trends in the estimation process, especially when utilizing an ERP system. Jim Carr also shares his quoting process, and the tips and tricks he has used over the years that other manufacturing leaders should take into account. 3:30 | Nick tells a story about quoting 9:00 | Jim s…
 
Grimsmo makes a big move and purchased a Okamoto surface grinder! Saunders' offers his input and general advice on purchasing new machinery. The boys talk about the potential of using "Slack" in their respective companies. This could help bridge the gap between consumer and company and it is worth looking at. Saunders has started to step away from …
 
Ask New York Times bestselling author and sports-science reporter David Epstein how he feels about 2020 and he’ll tell you something like this: It’s the kind of unpredictable, or “wicked,” environment that leads to growth — if you have the chops to pivot with it. Develop those chops with this episode, in which Epstein explains why a little experien…
 
In this week's podcast, hosts Jason Zenger, Jim Carr, and Nick Goellner share the new leadership principles and processes they adopted during 2020 to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, and how other manufacturing leaders can benefit by doing similar. 6:20 | The hosts share recent manufacturing news, plus Nick has his own special announcement 13:20 | J…
 
Lisa Weightman has had an incredible lengthy career in distance running to date with a lot more championship racing and personal bests to add to the already crowded running CV. Lisa has competed at multiple World Cross, World Champs, Commonwealth and Olympic Games and is currently looking fairly secure in making her 4th consecutive Olympic Marathon…
 
In our inaugural episode, we spoke to—and got inspired by—Mykail James. Mykail (aka “The Boujie Budgeter”) is on a mission to show anyone how to make positive money moves while still controlling their finances. As she says, you can only live your best life when it’s properly financed! Upon graduating with her MBA focused in accounting, Mykail becam…
 
Business of Machining has now reached it's 200th episode! That's 3.84 years of "private" conversations about manufacturing and growing small businesses. A sincere thank you to the listeners out there--or as we've lovingly dubbed them, "parking lot circlers." In the past 4 years, this podcast has been downloaded over 1 million times! TOPICS: - The i…
 
John Anderson is a Game Warden with the Nevada Department of Wildlife. John patrols hundreds of acres in some of Nevada's best elk habitat and has seen his fair share of incredible cases over the years. John shares with us 3 of his best poacher cases along with some stories about how he became a game warden under what might be considered an unusual…
 
Alex Ross graduated from Harvard in 1990. He wrote for the New York Times from 1992 until 1996 when he became staff writer at the New Yorker. His first book, The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century, won the Guardian First Book Award. It was also shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize and the Pulitzer Prize. He is also the author of …
 
In this week's episode, we share our experiences with imposter syndrome and discuss what it means. We talk about how it affects different generations and how to rise above the feeling that you aren't qualified or don't know what you're doing. 5:01 | Nick covers general manufacturing news - and improving market trends 8:55 | Nick defines imposter sy…
 
Saunders & Grimsmo are ending of the year with expansion! Both shops are on similar growth paths in their respective shops. Grimsmo has hired on Pierre to help boost production, while Saunders has hired 3 people around his shop. Grimsmo's surface grinder should be here in a couple of weeks! Which means they have to make some room for it and figure …
 
Your thoughts can dictate your reality. That’s the premise of the placebo effect, which clinical psychologist Alia Crum, PhD, has spent years studying as the principal investigator of Stanford’s Mind & Body Lab. On this episode, Crum explains how to apply the placebo effect to every facet of our own lives, starting with understanding the factors th…
 
Noreena Hertz is a renowned thought leader, academic, and broadcaster who was named by The Observer “one of the world’s leading thinkers” and by Vogue “one of the world’s most inspiring women.” Her previous bestsellers—The Silent Takeover, I.O.U. and Eyes Wide Open—have been published in more than twenty countries, and her opinion pieces have appea…
 
This episode is kindly supported by With Jack! With Jack help keep you in business by supporting you financially or legally if you have problems with a client. Get the freelance insurance you deserve. Visit withjack.co.uk and be a confident freelancer. John’s first client was his mum, a teacher in need of a website so she could offer one-to-one tut…
 
Marnie Ponton has her sights focused solely on running a fast marathon with the added challenges that face the best female marathon runners in this country and abroad, employment and motherhood. Marnie has picked up Aussie singlets for World Mountain Running Champs, Commonwealth Half Marathon Champs and World Cross Country as well as winning numero…
 
TOPICS: Auctions, Warranties, and Riggers Is Saving Money the Ultimate Purchase Factor? Developing Decision Making Framework Formalizing the Interview Process Tom Lipton's Test Jig Pierre - New to GK Team SMW Phase 5 of Shop Overhaul Machine Modifications for Chip Evacuation & Larger Coolant Tanks Water & Coolant Delivery System Update Vendors and …
 
William “Bill” Bodner, a 28 year veteran of the Drug Enforcement Administration, assumed the role of Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration Los Angeles Field Division in June, 2019. As the Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Bodner is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of 14 offices located in Nevada, Hawaii, Guam, Sai…
 
Gavin Francis is an award-winning writer and GP. He is the author of four books of non-fiction, including Adventures in Human Being, which was a Sunday Times bestseller and won the Saltire Scottish Non-Fiction Book of the Year Award, and Empire Antarctica, which won Scottish Book of the Year in the SMIT Awards and was shortlisted for both the Ondaa…
 
In this week's episode, we share our experience as guest speakers at DMG Mori's sales conference this year. We touched base on the evolving sales process during COVID, how DMG really sells, and what old school techniques you can implement in today's new normal. 3:53 | DMG MORI's team announces keynote speakers - MakingChips 5:17 | Nick discusses th…
 
Alex studied film at university but soon found that the immediacy of photography suited her better. She worked part-time on the side for years while building up her skills and portfolio, often shooting for free or a small amount. These days, with a strong portfolio including some famous faces, Alex says that she will still work for free sometimes b…
 
The boys have been crazy busy this week. Saunders' and his team have developed a little bit of a safe word around the shop. PINEAPPLE! This signifies that the person is safe. For example, if you hear a loud bang or somebody drops something and hear the safe word. Than you know that person is ok! Its actually a very good idea especially when you hav…
 
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