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Chef Jamie Adams and Leonardo Moura are co-owners and business partners with over 40 years of experience in the restaurant industry. We all love to eat well, drink and be merry and we got pretty good at selling that whole thing with our two Atlanta based restaurants, il Giallo and Lagarde, so we’ve decided to share our food and wine experience in a podcast that covers our experiences and expertise with a great sense of humor and without taking ourselves too bloody seriously. Welcome to Katze ...
 
Troy Payne The authority on NIBLETT a soft and deep tissue massage is As The Authority on "THE NIBLETT THECHNIQUE" he has had a lot of experience in life and the industry. With 15 years experience 8 or which were with the Founder Mr Allan Niblett. Over 1000's of people helped and several students taught. Successful Practices on the Sunshine Coast , Nossa and Moura. The demand is so high he was even booked out with in 2 days from a Facebook post on his trip to Melbourne. Become excited to hea ...
 
Hidden Apron, is a roving collective of day jobbers, side hustlers, and weekend warriors who are in love with all things gustatory. We weave stories and experiences through our pop-up dinners, turn flavors into words on our blog, and produce this podcast. In breaking bread, we set out to break the boundaries we've placed on ourselves and between each other. This show features conversations with the people of our food system and their label-defying lives. We talk to chefs, restaurateurs, entr ...
 
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Today we talk with Vivek Singh, Operations Lead at Consensus Systems. We dig into what the motivation is behind the work he does, how communities fit into the narrative of "blockchain," and whatever comes up! Links: Gitcoin Website Twitter Github Discord YouTube Links: Vivek Singh Twitter MediumBy Corey Petty, Dean Eigenmann, Jaye Harrill, John Mardlin
 
The emergence of COVID-19 required many in-person teams to go remote. Going virtual means implementing new technologies and virtual processes, which comes with a large adjustment that can take time to fully streamline. If you have successfully transitioned your team to a virtual model, you might find that the next big challenge to tackle is employe…
 
Shawn Cole, MD has worked in multiple clinical settings, has become a leader in the virtual healthcare revolution, and even spent some time behind the scenes in New York when the pandemic first broke out. In this interview, he discusses how he uses this experience, together with athletics, to coach other physicians on growing their practices while …
 
On Episode 83 of the pubcast, we were joined by ex-Spurs player Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) to discuss the Palace result as well as Spurs and what is wrong with our defence. We also talked about Ramon's playing career at Spurs and beyond and looked at his career after playing. Finally, we looked ahead to the games against, Zagreb, Plumstead Wanderer…
 
My grandmother and an aunt I was quite close to were born in the early 1900s. When they were growing up, it was only ok for women to work until they got married, after which time they quit to take care of their husbands and ultimately raise a family. I remember my aunt telling me that a working woman back then was viewed as taking a job away from a…
 
There are a lot of lakes around where I grew up in Ontario. I had friends with family cottages on lakes, and one summer I worked as a camp counselor on a lake. One thing I loved to do back in those days was swim the length of the lake. Naturally, since by now you know I’m a fan of metaphors, this made me think about parallels to running a successfu…
 
On Episode 81 of the pubcast, we were joined by ex-Spurs player Dean Austin (@dean316austin) to discuss the Burnley result as well as Spurs and what makes the players tick. We also talked about Deano's playing career at Spurs and beyond and looked at his career after playing. Finally, we looked ahead to the games against, Fulham, Palace and Brighto…
 
On the 100th episode of Hashing it Out Corey and John speak to Chris and Jay of Reach. Reach is a platform seeking to develop a programming language for the easiest development of smart contracts and dapps within the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Links: Reach Website Twitter Github DiscordBy Corey Petty, Dean Eigenmann, Jaye Harrill, John Mardlin
 
On Episode 80 of the pubcast, we reviewed the Europa League Round of 32 2nd Leg victory against RZ Pellets Wolfsberger, including discussing a delightful performance by Dele, a brilliant cameo from Dane Scarlett and the pleasure of ending the game with 3 academy players on the pitch. We also discussed Vinicius and the continued resurgence of Gareth…
 
It’s the season finale of Katzenjammer, and in this special episode Jamie is sharing the behind-the-scenes of his 2013 appearance on the popular TV show Chopped! Although he didn’t end up winning, it was an amazing experience that Jamie still treasures to this day. In this episode he reveals what surprised him most about being a contestant on the s…
 
On Episode 79 of the pubcast, we were joined by Jamie Weir (@jamiecweir) to discuss the West Ham result, Gareth Bale, our defensive inconsistencies and whether the lack of fans will affect our summer spending. We also looked ahead to the Europa League Round of 32 2nd Leg match at home to RZ Pellets Wolfsberger and Burnley at home in the PL too.…
 
It’s the finale of the mini-series on the James Beard House, and today Jamie and Leo are looking at the subject of wine and food pairings. Not only is Jamie sharing more about his experiences with the food and wine served during the dinner that he put on at the James Beard House, but they both share how to choose a wine based on the origin of the f…
 
In this episode the James Beard House saga continues, as Jamie shares with Leo and listeners more about his experience putting on a dinner in this historic setting. Today in Part 3 Jamie describes the dishes he chose to make that day, and why he selected the food he did for this event. To put on something like this it takes more than one person, an…
 
Just for fun, or perhaps to torture myself with the freedom of our past, I decided to listen to my old podcast episode from the first week of January, 2020. In retrospect, it felt like the age of innocence, before all Hell broke loose. I remember the excitement of a new decade, and how cool it felt to write the year 2020, as though anything could h…
 
In last week’s episode Leo and Chef Jamie gave a quick background on James Beard and the James Beard House, and they revealed how one can get invited there to prepare a meal for its guests. Jamie has done this twice now, so he’s got a first-hand perspective of what setting up a dinner at this prestigious place looks like, and he’ll be sharing these…
 
For 26 years I worked in corporate consulting, helping Fortune 500 companies with customer segmentation, customer treatment strategies for marketing & operations, and how to improve their long term customer relationships. What I learned is as applicable for the single entrepreneur as it is for the corporation seeking to improve its stock price. I r…
 
so I thought today I’d talk about a feelgood topic, and that is the subject of human connections. As a marketer, I’m keenly aware of how much more we’re able to get through our day without making any human connections. Over 20 years ago, when my husband and I were first dating and he lived in Brazil, we used to laugh about how Brazilians never need…
 
While we may be getting into more of a rhythm, for many of us it’s becoming a lot. While the introverts among us are having the time of their lives getting to focus on their computers without anyone bugging them, those of us who are extroverts could really use a good happy hour with actual crowd noise in the background and finger foods to share. Or…
 
Today is part 3 of our 3-part series on using psychology to improve your marketing. In part one, I talked about how to use psychology to get attention and make a good first impression. One component of getting attention is having a tagline that both catches attention and makes it clear what you do. Today we’ll zero in on creating a killer message.…
 
I’m old enough to remember working before Microsoft Windows, before the Internet became popular, and before social media. When I was a teenager and wanted to talk to my friends, I had to pick up the phone and call them. Likely one of their parents would answer and would either bring them to the phone or I’d have to leave a message. Fast forward to …
 
I was scrolling through some TED talks the other day and came across a few interesting videos that covered various aspects of the science behind how we make decisions. Since we all rely upon prospects making decisions to select our business over their other choices, I thought you might find this interesting.…
 
Jamie and Leo are coming to you today from the brand new il Giallo studio in Atlanta with the first part of a very special series! Today the guys are sharing the amazing story of James Beard and talking about the origins of the James Beard House, and its foundation that helps so many in the culinary world. In fact, Jamie has cooked there (twice!) a…
 
Episode 73 in the VAR Side Arms: On the Menu tonight, we were joined by The Hot spurs podcast (@hotspurspodcast) and had the following to choose from: Starters - Fulham - Sheffield United - West Ham Women Main Course - Harry Kaning All Records - That Creative Spark - Unsocial Media - Stats Ya Lot - OTD Today and EveryDay Afters - Score predictions …
 
Our city is slowly starting to re-open, but life as we know it will be far from normal. Reopening is somewhat disturbing since our infection curve is still high and according to the Yale School of Medicine, we are likely to see a rebound in cases the more social distancing measures are lifted. It kind of goes without saying but you can’t live throu…
 
You may have noticed more emails in your inbox lately. But unlike pre-COVID days when you spent half your day fighting traffic, and you actually had a social life, if you’re like most people, you may have also noticed that you’re opening more emails lately. A couple of months ago, while procrastinating about something that had been on my to-do list…
 
Fast forward to the year 2040. My grandchildren are sitting at my feet, begging me to tell them a story of the "olden days." I remember doing the same with my grandparents as they obliged me with stories of what it was like to live through the Great Depression. It was fascinating yet utterly unrelatable as we sat in our comfortable surroundings wit…
 
OK, I'll admit it. I took the online test, and I'm a Gryffindor. At Hogwarts, Gryffindors value courage, bravery, competitiveness, and nerve, which, when you think about it, are pretty much what it takes to be an entrepreneur these days. Inspired by none other than Harry Potter. Here are some magical lessons to grow your business. I know that many …
 
Are you moving soon, or thinking of moving, and you’re wondering how to do it with the least amount of stress as possible? If you’re concerned about packing the right, and only the most essential items, then this episode is for you. In the middle of everything going on (including the very busy holidays), Jamie actually sold his home and moved into …
 
When our face-to-face networking events became Zoom calls, several networking organizations coached members to reach out across geographic boundaries to join meetings they wouldn’t normally attend, and connect with people they wouldn’t normally meet. But our new virtual world has also unleashed an army of networking spammers.…
 
Episode 72 in the VAR Side Arms: On the Menu tonight, we were joined by We Are Tottenham Pie and Mash (@tottypiemash) and had the following to choose from: Starters - Review Of Marine (FA Cup) Main Course - The Great Postponement Debacles - Silly Season Transfer Window - On This Day - Should Footballers be Vaccinated - Bale Is Back - Quickly Afters…
 
his week one of my favorite authors, Simon Sinek posted a quote on LinkedIn that really caught my attention. “True strength is the courage to ask for help.” It’s an interesting statement that got me thinking, so I decided to do a little digging. Not being the type of person who typically asks for help until I’m absolutely drowning, I thought I’d se…
 
This weekend, while enjoying our two-hour time slot at our condo pool, I listened to a podcast hosted by Stephen J. Dubner. In case you don’t remember Stephen, he’s the co-author of one of my favorite books, Freakonomics. Dubner and his co-author Steven Levitt managed to make economics cool. They did so by making interesting connections we may not …
 
I shared some tips on improving your LinkedIn personal page, but as a business owner, you also need a LinkedIn business page, so let’s talk about that today. I’ll preface this by saying that the entire LinkedIn platform is built around the idea of professionals connecting with other professionals, so your personal page will always be your number on…
 
Episode 71 in the VAR Side Arms: On the Menu, we had: Starters - Review Of (Fulham) and Leeds - Review Of Brentford Carabao Cup Semi-final Main Course - Jose's Man Management - Why Haven't We Signed Anyone Yet? - Stats Ya Lot - On This Day - Does Anyone Poch-ing Care - Surprise Dishes from 8pm Afters - Score predictions for Marine and Birmingham Wo…
 
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