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This is a show for missionary disciples who worship Christ in the Eucharist and serve him in their neighbor, for whom the words of the creed reverberate through their daily activity. This is a show for those like you and me, who make the conscious choice to follow Christ, Outside the Walls.
 
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Talking Law

Joanna Oakey, Aspect Legal

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Joanna Oakey from Aspect Legal brings her decades of experience in law and in business to help provide smart legal tips for business owners and managers. Learn how you can avoid legal landmines that affect businesses in the areas of trademark, brand protection, intellectual property, contract law, employment law, dispute resolution and litigation.
 
Mind Lob, the hive mind antidote for Conservative Christians. The goal of this podcast is to share thoughts and encourage free thought. Ken Carroll is the host of Mind Lob. If you are looking for a place to explore ideas and the freedom to draw your own conclusions, Mind Lob could be the place for you.To help fund the podcast, visit https://mindlob.com/monthly-contributor/
 
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Poet, David Russell Mosley, joins us to talk about Dante in light of the Pope's recent Apostolic Letter that we all read Dante this year, and the popular 100daysofdante.com reading group. We talk about the place of poetry in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and discuss how an individual may benefit from both the reading and writing of poetry.…
 
Catholics are Pro-Life! This is a consistent tenet of the faith. Her pro-life position, however, doesn't begin and end with the unborn. Rather, our advocacy for the unborn flows out of our belief in the Dignity of the Human Person made in the image and likeness of God. Kristin and I explore the implications of this belief in this week's episode.…
 
This week’s Talking Law podcast is the first of a two-part series with Meena Wahi, where we talk all about the newest member of the Aspect Group of Companies: Aspect SME Insurance. In this first episode, Meena and our host, Joanna Oakey, share why they started this new business, the power of integrating legal and insurance services, and how insuran…
 
Krista Corbello, founder of Even This Way, had been involved in Pro-Life advocacy for years before she learned that she had a sibling who was lost to abortion. Krista shares with us how this revelation impacted her and eventually pushed her to embrace a consistent life ethic, and to create a space for sibling survivors of abortion to find healing a…
 
Joe Heschmeyer joins me as we unpack a question posed by Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa to the US Bishops, a follow-up question by one of those Bishops to the attendees of the Catholic Answers conference, and a follow-up question we have based on the previous two. All three questions stem from the distinction between knowing a Person and knowing a P…
 
Sr. Sydney Moss and Sr. Bernadette Mota from the Salesian Sisters of St. John Boscoe join us to talk about the Fiat Project, a recent finalist in the OSV Innovation Challenge. The Fiat Project is a formation program for young adult women in their 20's and 30's who have a relationship with God but are ready to dive deeper. The program is designed to…
 
The value proposition of most businesses is based on what they do well. In many cases, focusing on what the company does--the products they make or the services they offer--is neither differentiating nor compelling. Even more problematic, many value propositions do not offer clear benefits to the problems and challenges their customers face. In thi…
 
For most business owners, their most valuable asset is their business – but how can business owners maximise the value they can extract out of their business at exit? One often overlooked area is the impact of tax. So in this 2-part series, we are focusing squarely on the subject of tax, and what business owners need to know to end up with the most…
 
Dr. Ryan J Brady is a founding member of the Sacra Doctrina Project (https://www.sacradoctrinaproject.org) and joins us to talk about their Online Certificate Program in Thomistic Ethics and Spirituality. It's an amazing opportunity to grow in your faith. The registration deadline is September 12th, so don't delay.…
 
When we find ourselves in a spiritually dry place, in an emotional wasteland, in a deserted place, we often pray and bargain and beg for God to rescue us from the Desert. In Sonja Corbitt's new book, (Just Rest: Receiving God's Renewing Presence in the Deserts of Your Life), she suggests that the desert isn't a place to be rescued from, but rather …
 
Deacon Kevin Tulipana, D.O. shares with us the nuances of Medical Ethics, including the principle of double effect, and the factors that go into the passive remote material cooperation with evil. As a deacon and a doctor, he shares his perspective on the question of the COVID Vaccine through the lens of Catholic Medical Ethics. For more information…
 
This podcast is a very unusual, but realistic, view of what Marketing does well, and what it doesn’t do well.You’ve been promised big results with a quick turnaround. You’ve been told that social media is a silver bullet for increased sales (so far, you haven’t seen an impact). Your marketing team and vendors have overpromised and underdelivered, a…
 
My darling bride joined me on air to talk about the power and importance of making a definitive choice. This is true in marriage, and resolutions, and in holiness. This week's extra segment for Patreon supporters is a video segment. Watch and learn more at: https://www.patreon.com/posts/hey-its-extra-54904285.…
 
Fr. Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP, Editor-in-Chief of Aleteia and co-author of the new OSV book St. Dominic's Way of Life: A Path to Knowing and Loving God, joins us to discuss the life of St. Dominic, and what we can learn from it. Patreon supporters get an extra 12 minutes of conversation. Learn more and Listen: https://www.patreon.com/posts/54635046…
 
"Foucault in Warsaw," just out in English translation from Open Letter Books, is a fascinating investigation of the time Michel Foucault spent as a cultural attaché in Warsaw in the late 1950s. The book is at once an intellectual biography of the philosopher during the pivotal year when he wrote much of his first major work, "History of Madness," a…
 
This podcast offers a practical guide about how you can use the Intellectual Property (IP) you already have in your business to enhance your revenues and profits, create more competitive differentiation, make your business more attractive to business partners, and enhance your exit value. Intellectual Property is a largely unexplored business oppor…
 
Sam Rocha joins us today to talk about phenomenology, and more broadly philosophy, as an important tool to understand the world around us. He promotes a "folk phenomenology," an idea about which he has written a book, and produced a podcast. After the episode we talked for an additional 20 minutes. That segment is available to our Patreon support c…
 
Writer Daniel Oppenheimer joins me to discuss his new book on the legendary art critic Dave Hickey, "Far From Respectable." We explore Hickey's case for the continued vitality of beauty as a criterion for thinking about art and culture, his defense of controversial artist Robert Mapplethorpe and simultaneous critique of Mapplethorpe's other defende…
 
In this episode, Joshua Taylor (Managing Director of Taylor Insolvency) and our host Joanna Oakey talk about what you need to do when you or your clients find their business in financial distress. Josh shares a number of real anecdotes and lessons learned from them. Joshua’s company, Taylor Insolvency, helps stakeholders in the insolvency process —…
 
Lately, I've taken to encouraging my children to "Make other people's lives easier" in an effort to help them think through how their actions affect others, and to help them identify and root out selfishness in their lives. As I've meditated on it more and more, I see the usefulness and necessity of this idea in the mature spiritual life, and in ef…
 
Sherry Weddell, co-founder and executive director of the Catherine of Siena Institute (siena.org), joins us on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle to talk about the difference made by a personal encounter with the risen Christ. Patreon supporters get an extra 10 minutes of conversation. Learn more and listen: https://www.patreon.com/posts/53273261…
 
Phil Cunliffe, co-host of Aufhebunga Bunga and co-author of The End of the End of History, joins Outsider Theory to discuss the shifting co-ordinates of the post-Fukuyamaite world, the rise and fall of left populism, post-politics and anti-politics, the typology of the political outsider, the exemplary career of Silvio Berlusconi, and much more. Th…
 
Like many emerging technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) is making its way into the market through a number of applications. Emerging technologies are often misunderstood and misapplied early in their adoption. Even when the technology itself is ready for commercial application, individual businesses need the maturity and readiness to effectiv…
 
Writer Sam Munson joins Outsider Theory to discuss the uncanny relevance of Dog Symphony, his prescient 2018 novel of plague and biopolitics, in which a nebulous entity called the Department of Social Praxis has assumed complete control over a dreamlike Buenos Aires. Other topics include the spectral place of Argentina in the North American imagina…
 
Illustrator and designer Sterling Bartlett joins Outsider Theory to discuss his comic book "How Did We Get Here?" We explore why recycling is the master metaphor for our cultural predicament, the rise of post-hipster aesthetic of aneasthetized minimalism, why Jordan Peterson and Marie Kondo are two sides of the same coin, and more. Buy "How Did We …
 
Emmet Penney, writer and co-host of ex.haust podcast, joins Outsider Theory to discuss Fredric Jameson's canonical essay "Postmodernism, or the Culltural Logic of Late Capitalism" and its continued relevance, as well as cultural fragmentation, nostalgia, the return of affect, LA architecture, and other themes. More info on my June 10/17 seminar on …
 
My Social feed has been flooded with anniversary pictures - wedding anniversaries, and ordination anniversaries. But there has also been quite a hubbub around the priestly promise of obedience to their bishop. While there is a specific cause of the talk this time around out of the Diocese of LaCrosse, it is by no means an isolated issue. Every few …
 
Oliver Traldi (@olivertraldi) joins Outsider Theory to answer an important question: is he now or has he ever been a member of the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW)? We discuss the latter formation's place within the online culture war dynamics of the past decade, its relation to the more recent controversies around Substack, what its members got right a…
 
I wanted to expand on the last podcast this week and ask the question, "Could materialistic evolution use religion as a beneficial component if it is true?" I mentioned this in one paragraph last week but I felt it needed elaboration. My point is not that religions are a beneficial result of materialism, but could it be argued that religion could b…
 
In this episode, we talk to Rod Hore from HHMC Global about using shares as a talent retention strategy in professional service businesses. We examine what exactly makes shares great for retaining talents, how to set this up for your organisation, and the impacts of having your employees hold shares. We also dig into other alternative strategies yo…
 
Most business start-ups fail. The numbers are both compelling and ugly—only 10% of all business start-ups reach $1M in revenue and fewer than 1% get to $10 million. What if you could beat the odds by employing four tested business practices? In this program, we are going to take a positive track and outline a set of proactive actions every business…
 
We just celebrated a Confirmation in this house, and Deacon Charles Beard was the sponsor. We took the opportunity to record face to face and to explore the connection between Confirmation and Pentecost. Patrons get nearly 15 minutes of extra conversation. Learn more at https://www.patreon.com/posts/51565584…
 
A quick update on COVID and then I dive into some writings I started years ago. These writings were the underpinning of Mindlob.com. Below is a transcript from the book in part... Consider two simple terms: “good” and “evil”. When you think of good, you probably think of helping an old lady across the street, solving world hunger, or saving someone…
 
Andrew Casad, the Steward of Christian Initiation and Matrimony at St. Michael Parish in Olympia Washington, talks about Pope Francis' new motu proprio, "Antiquum Ministerium" and the institution of the Ministry of Catechist. Show Supporters get an extra 14 minutes of conversation about the Catechuminate and the RCIA. Learn more and listen at https…
 
Tom Syverson (@syvology on Twitter), author of the new book Reality Squared, makes the case for why reality TV is the essential cultural form for grasping our bewildering contemporary panorama. More broadly, we discuss the problem of how to undertake a materialist analysis of culture in the face of an increasingly dematerialized and abstract econom…
 
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