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RESTalk, produced by RESNET.us is the best way to stay up-to-date on everything going on in the world of Home Energy Ratings (HERS), including initiatives, standards, marketing, and more. Hosted by building performance veteran Bill Spohn, the show features interviews with the RESNET team and prominent guests from throughout the rating and home building industries, discussing a wide range of topics, current events and new technologies.
 
Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.
 
Discussions on mindful music-making, efficient practice, and building a purposeful career with the performers, pedagogues, and innovators who are shaping the classical music world today! The Mind Over Finger Podcast is a resource for knowledge, insight, tips, tricks, and inspiration for musicians interested in learning more about practicing mindfully, performing optimally, and getting more intentional in creating a fulfilling musical career. We provide you with the tools to mindfully shift y ...
 
Do you dream of someday getting to perform at Carnegie Hall, or wonder what it takes to be a professional musician? The Cello Sherpa Podcast is for anyone who enjoys the tales and scales in the life of a classical musician, or for the young classical musician who dreams big! We explore all aspects of the climb to the summit from student to the professional stage! Joel Dallow, the Cello Sherpa, interviews experts in the field covering a wide range of topics surrounding this challenging career ...
 
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Are you a business owner or marketeer who needs to learn about SEO, search marketing and digital marketing, but you don't know where to start? Are you bamboozled by all the industry jargon? Do you just need someone to give it to you straight? Then you need GTFO! Join the GrowTraffic team for some no-nonsense, practical advice that you can action today to improve the performance of your website. You don't need to be able to code, you don't need a degree in Digital Marketing. Just let our upbe ...
 
On The Workflow Show, Chesapeake's Jason Whetstone and Ben Kilburg address overarching trends and specific tech topics to help guide you through these challenging yet exciting times of unprecedented change within the realm of digital workflows. Chesapeake Systems is a full-service provider of technology systems and solutions that specializes in optimizing media workflows from creation to distribution and preservation. Chesapeake’s expert architects design pioneering asset management solution ...
 
Advice Worth Keeping is a podcast series featuring Stan Lepeak, Director of Global Research in KPMG’s Management Consulting service group, in conversation with subject matter experts, industry leaders, and eminent researchers who are at the front line of efforts to drive evolutionary and revolutionary changes in the way organizations are structured and operate globally. This series of podcasts provides both general principles and specific starting points for leaders who want to broaden their ...
 
Tom Ravlic FIPA has looked at complex issues in business, finance and politics for a range of publications over two decades. Critical Line Item takes you to the heart of the issues that matter in business and politics with guests who are experts in their field. His book on the Banking Royal Commission, Vulture City – how our bankers got rich on swindles, was released in October 2019 was positively received by prominent journalists, commentators and academics. Vulture City was published by Wi ...
 
A podcast for musical theatre actors who want to take their vocal artistry to the next level by going deep into the music of musical theatre. We’ll be dissecting the songs, character and vocal archetypes, musical genres, and vocals styles of Broadway so that you can: 1)create a powerful audition book that showcases your artistry and actually gets you work 2)feel totally at home reading the musical score of a show 3)define your unique artistic voice 4)and craft a performing career you love! E ...
 
Auditioning for voice over jobs can be daunting. Mission Audition can help! In this podcast, the team at Voices.com exposes what exactly makes a good (and not so good) voice over audition. In each episode, voice talent on Voices.com audition for a specific category of voice over job that we’ve posted, and a selection of reads are critiqued before the job is actually awarded! Packed with highlights of problem areas, and tips for solving them, Mission Audition will expand your knowledge of the ...
 
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Andrew L. Ricci and Catherine Mullins

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Have you ever been told you’re just not right for the part? Maybe, you’ve been on a hundred auditions and heard back from zero? Or are you merely a terrible actor searching for mediocre advice? All are welcome. Join Andrew and Catherine as they break down the day-to-day life of an early-career actor, discuss constant rejection, and provide tools that will guide you through this artistic mess. We’re new at this too, so let’s learn together.
 
ReVisioning the Arts is an anti-elitist arts podcast focused on inclusivity and egalitarianism. The show has two primary focuses: offering strength and encouragement to struggling artists and dreaming up new world models that would support as many people as possible in making their art. Join me as I interview working artists who are creating cultures of inclusivity and asking questions around justice in the arts.
 
Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.
 
An on-going series of guided acting warm ups. Now mind, body and imagination-based warm-ups are only a click away! Dive into dynamic preparations for class, rehearsal or performance with these 5-15 minute audio guides. These quick yet thorough preparations provide you direct access to an acting, movement or voice coach, helping you launch from The Moment Before to your first moment on stage.
 
This is the podcast that helps make marketing simple for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Each week we bring you episodes with bite-sized actionable tips, strategies and hacks to help grow your business online. This podcast will help you grow your online presence and stand out in a crowded space. Website: www.lauraomahony.com Instagram: instagram.com/lauraomahonydotcom/
 
UnionWorking is a grassroots organization fighting for all workers, starting with the current and future members of the entertainment unions. We are members of SAG-AFTRA. Some of us are also members of AEA and WGAW. UnionWorking understands that together, unions strengthen the workforce. This is our podcast.
 
If you’re concerned about revenue at your hospital, then The Hospital Finance podcast is your go-to source for information and insights that can help you protect and enhance the revenue your hospital has earned. From regulatory changes to revenue cycle optimization, readmissions to bundled payments, you’ll get important perspectives, news and strategies from leading experts in healthcare finance. For show notes and additional resources from BESLER, visit http://www.besler.com/podcasts
 
PeopleAdmin is the leading provider of cloud-based talent management solutions for education and government. Its software enables customers to streamline the hiring process, onboard new employees, efficiently manage positions and employee performance, develop compliant and defensible audit trails, and utilize industry-leading reporting and data-driven predictive analytics.
 
From the Trenches is a healthcare analytics podcast from Cotiviti (formerly Verscend Technologies), a leading solutions and analytics company that is reshaping the economics of healthcare. On the show, we explore the latest trends in healthcare quality and performance analytics, risk adjustment, payment integrity, and data management. Tweet your suggestions and comments for the podcast to @cotiviti or email jeffrey.robinson@cotiviti.com.
 
Talking HR Compliance is an HR podcast to help busy professionals and business owners stay abreast of ever-changing employee-related laws and management issues — from hiring, time tracking and recordkeeping to performance, discipline and leave. Grab your morning coffee, click play and start your day the right way … the ComplyRight way. Hosted by Jaime Lizotte, HR Solutions Manager for ComplyRight.
 
Megan Miller (The Diva) and Johnathan White (The Divo), both professional opera singers, have set forth to bring you their uncensored opinion on the stigmas and stereotypes that surround the world of Opera. Not because you asked for it but because they are sick of everyone thinking that opera is still the fat lady from looney tunes singing in her horned Viking helmet. Listen in on their crazy journeys as they give listeners a sneak peek behind the curtain and into the lives of today’s modern ...
 
This chatty and entertaining podcast takes you behind the scenes’ to the inner workings of The Artz Centre. Hosted by Artz Apprentice Joe Howard and “Top Knot” Jamie Mooney; the boys attempt to round up all the big stories, hot topics and juicy gossip from Skelmersdale’s most creative hub; featuring insightful interviews, entertaining anecdotes and brilliant live performance from some of the students, staff and volunteers that make the Artz Centre what it is.
 
Manny D. Rosa: "Over the years, I have worn many hats. I spent many years being an artist. I have been a club promoter. I’ve owned a mixtape company. I’ve co-owned an internet radio station. I built and owned a Hip Hop media outlet. I’ve always been a writer. I’ve always done my own graphic designs. I’m a self-taught web developer (I’ve always built my own websites). I shoot and edit my own vlog. I co-direct visuals with my childhood friend “Tic Morales” (of Ticnology Films). I do my own dir ...
 
If you want to scale your career, do it on your terms while seeing your bank account grow, you landed in the right place! Join engineering leader and top career coach, Andrea Martin, as she shares what it takes to ensure your career moves are strategic and in line with your values and purpose. Andrea is a first-generation Peruvian American, a mother of two, a wife, a people leader, and a career coach. She holds a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering, a Master in Business and is a certified John ...
 
SEObits.fm helps smart business owners jumpstart their SEO strategy. Learn how small changes can make a big impact on your ability to rank in Google. Each week, Rebecca Gill takes her 15 years of real-world SEO experience and breaks it down into bite-size pieces.
 
Interviews and topics centering on security clearances and protecting classified information according to the National Industrial Security Clearance Operating Manual (NISPOM).Did you know that employees with security clearances make up to 15% more than their counterparts? But many people don't apply for security clearance jobs because they are worried about their past and others don't apply because they don't understand the process.Insider's Guide to Security Clearances answers your question ...
 
Introducing the Broadway Masters Podcast, giving aspiring actors and performers a sneak peek into the Broadway Masters online masterclasses, where some of today’s most beloved Broadway stars give valuable advice on how they got from the studio to the stage. Find out more at www.BroadwayMasters.org Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/broadwaymasters/support
 
Whitehat is an Inbound Marketing Agency based in London. We work with B2B companies within the pharmaceutical & life science, technology (hardware & software), manufacturing, charity and educational sectors. These companies tend to be located within the UK or continental Europe and have an average turnover of between £5M and £100M. Their sales cycle is often 6 months or more. They typically have an active direct sales team of at least 5 people but with little or no internal marketing capability.
 
Join Loren Johnson from Acting Classes In Perth as he explores basic acting tips, thoughts and ideas in these FREE Online acting classes for beginners looking to explore their creativity, find something fun and a little different. Loren will take you thought everything you need to know to get started as an actor in Perth. Learn how to prepare a character for an audition, through to contacting talent agents along with loads more. If you are tired of your 9-5 job and looking to take back contr ...
 
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This is the fourth in a series of episodes that focus on performance auditing. In this episode, we discuss five suggestions to help improve the conduct (fieldwork / execution) phase. Link: This episode's web page (riskinsights.com.au/the-assurance-show-52) About this podcast The podcast for performance auditors and internal auditors that focuses on…
 
Have you ever wondered why solfège is such a constant in most music curricula? Or why teachers often ask us to sing in lessons? And if any of this is ever going to pay off in meaningful ways? A recent Danish study suggests that integrating a bit of singing into one's practice might indeed have some real worthwhile benefits. Lead author and trumpet …
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's cello section, Rainer Eudeikis, Brad Ritchie, and Tommy Carpenter. In this two part series, they discuss sitting on the audition panel and listening to 99 cellists audition from behind the screen. They share advice on what they were listening for, and…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Josh Weissenborn, BESLER’s Reimbursement Services Manager, to give a summary of the 2022 OPPS Final Rule. Josh will focus on the key changes and how they may impact your facility. Learn how to listen to The Hospital Finance Podcast® on your mobile device. Highlights of this episode include: Noteworthy Read More…
 
Today’s Guest, a key founder of Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, is a cyber security researcher with a highly technical background in network forensic analysis. They set the stage with an exciting discussion on tracking cyber threats and risks unique to the exposure created by the pandemic. Answering questions like, what did we learn, and what is new…
 
December can be a really busy month for most businesses. Most people are just trying to make it through the holiday period and when it comes to time to take a few days off you just want to chill and not think about work. This is why sometimes we go from one year to the next without really looking back on the year that just was. It's really importan…
 
Find out our thoughts on this paper and our key takeaways for the ever-changing world of workplace safety. Topics: Introduction to the paper & the Author “Adding more rules is not going to make your system safer.” The principles of safety in the paper Types of safety systems as broken down by the paper Problems in these “Ultrasafe systems” The Summ…
 
We've all been told that slow practice is important. And while it's certainly an important tool to have in your toolbox, there is research which suggests that slow practice can potentially cause problems too, if we are too focused on slow, accurate playing in the early stages of learning something new. What?! In today's episode, you'll learn why th…
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's cello section, Rainer Eudeikis, Brad Ritchie, and Tommy Carpenter. In this two part series, they discuss sitting on the audition panel and listening to 99 cellists audition from behind the screen. They share advice on what they were listening for, and…
 
Today, you’re in for quite a treat! I spoke with Tom Hooten, Principal Trumpet of the LA Philharmonic and one of the world’s most prominent classical trumpeters. Be prepared to walk away from this conversation feeling highly motivated and inspired by the energy and wisdom he brought to this conversation! We covered many great topics, including: Tom…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Amanda Cohen, Director of Product at Resolver to discuss how hospital finance teams can leverage sophisticated solutions to transform risk management from a burden into a powerful strategic intelligence asset. Learn how to listen to The Hospital Finance Podcast® on your mobile device. Highlights of this episode inc…
 
This week on The Workflow Show, Jason and Ben are discussing virtual reality with Lucas Wilson of Supersphere. Our hosts ask Lucas about the tech behind the immersive experiences put on by Supersphere and where the industry is headed to incorporate more VR in the future. Jason and Ben also ask Lucas about his background, highlighting the journey fr…
 
Over three decades of coaching at the University of Washington, coach Ken Shannon quietly developed one of the most successful and diverse stable of field event athletes in the country and was a key influence on Vern's own approach to training and weight lifting. On this week's episode coach Shannon joins us to discuss his own development as a coac…
 
In this week's episode, I am joined by my husband and business partner Paddy O' Mahony to discuss what it looked like from idea to implementation to launching our new startup. We bring you behind the scenes and chat about how we came up with the idea and our journey so far. What we discuss in this episode: How we came up with the idea for the busin…
 
“Good legislation should bring clarity, not confusion.” -Bill Haslam The Federal Tax Credit for Builders of Energy Efficient Homes, commonly known as 45L, in some ways remains an artifact of old thinking. How much has technology and performance in housing advanced in the last 15 years? What can you do to stay informed, aware and exert influence to …
 
Writer and activist Van Badham took a deep dive into extremism and the result of that research is QAnoin and On - a book on the impact of QAnon on individuals, their families, and the community of which they are part. What are the things she learned along the way? How should families respond when a loved one is caught up in a cultlike climate? What…
 
The traditional method of learning is to try to learn the correct "textbook" way of performing a skill, and to do lots and lots of repetitions of that exact movement. But there's some increasing research in the last 20 years which suggests that this may not always lead to the best learning or performance. And that doing a bunch of goofy "wrong" rep…
 
Though not as sinister and espionage riddled as most savvy spy novels, export compliance is an issue that will get defense contractors in trouble. Violating State Department regulations will bring the weight of the US Government on the offending company. According to the International Traffic In Arms Regulation, ITAR, “Any person who engages in the…
 
In this episode of GTFO, Hannah is joined by Ches Moulton, The Stress Master, to talk about #NetworkMarketing, #BusinessNetworking and #Stress. Lots of people in business avoid network marketing and don't go to business networking events because they get stressed out just at the thought. But it doesn't need to be like that. Here, Ches Moulton, best…
 
Crikey political editor Bernard Keane has been focused intensely on politicians, government departments and their accountability. His new book. Lies and Falsehoods, is derived from a focus on the Morrison government - and Prime Minister Scott Morrison in particular - and what Keane sees as a growing willingness of politicians to lie and rewrite his…
 
The diva and the divo are back in the booth, this time with a different point of view! We’re lucky to have the fabulous stage director Eve Summer. We discuss everything from new staging ideas post pandemic and fresh re-tellings of age old stories while simultaneously building audience. We’ve enjoyed lots of interviews with lots of singers but this …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Michael Duke, Author of The McPherson Principle, to give us some actionable advice on topics related to revenue cycle management, employee performance monitoring, and healthcare finance. Learn how to listen to The Hospital Finance Podcast® on your mobile device. Highlights of this episode include: The McPherson Pri…
 
Personality is a large part of a successful cyber workforce. Today, we look at some questions that people often ask: How do you determine what you will be good at in cybersecurity? Which training should I take? Will I enjoy the workload in my chosen career? An ex-marine corp officer, Jason Shockey, has made a career determining personalities and ho…
 
Creating content for Instagram can take so much time. You end up feeling frustrated at how long the process of content planning takes. In this episode of The Marketing Guide Podcast I am sharing with you my favourite tools (and tools I've been testing recently) to help speed up the content creation process and make planning your Instagram or Social…
 
Behind every coach are their influences. When it comes to the throwing events, one quiet coach behind the scenes has been one of the most influential voices in closing the gap between America and the rest of the world in the hammer throw and other throwing events. Kevin McGill has been on a lifelong quest to learn about the throwing events and shar…
 
The holidays are a good time to unplug, recharge and assess what’s working in your life—and what isn’t. To take an honest look at the red flags you’ve been too busy to see and commit to making changes in the new year. On this episode of Career Confessions, I explain how to use the Wheel of Life for a 360-degree audit of your life, challenging you t…
 
I know we've all been told (and experienced first-hand) that cramming doesn't work, and learn better when our practice or study sessions are spaced out over time. But why? What's actually happening in our brains, that makes spaced practice more effective? Why Too-Short Practice Breaks Could Undermine Your Learning…
 
EY is one of several accounting firms that have reviewed the financial services sector and Tim Dring, a specialist financial services partner at the firm, joins Tom Ravlic to provide an overview of where the financial services sector is at as it moves out of COVID paralysis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Did you know that 2021 saw 40% more businesses start #BusinessNetworking? But just because you're doing it, it doesn't mean you're doing it well. Right? So, in today's episode of GTFO, Rachel is joined by very special guest and #Networking Guru, Liam Mulligan. Liam is #BNI's Chief Happiness Officer, so what he doesn't know about networking isn't wo…
 
The Cello Sherpa Podcast Host, Joel Dallow, interviews Kevin Case, Founder and Principal of Case Arts Law who represents musicians and artists in labor and employment matters. Kevin shares the details of his journey from professional violinist to one of the most sought after attorneys in our industry, representing dozens of orchestras across the co…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Brenna Jenny, Healthcare Partner at Sidley Austin, to talk with us about enforcement action around telehealth waivers and the expansion of remote patient monitoring. Learn how to listen to The Hospital Finance Podcast® on your mobile device. Highlights of this episode include: The evolution of telehealth Billing for…
 
In this segment of the NCF, Dr. Murray has a conversation with Chloe Messdhagi, the VP of Strategy at Point 3 Security, Cofounder of Women of Security (WOS), Cofounder of Hacking is not a crime and Founder of "We are Hackers." Chloe describes the unique niche market of vetting IT and cyber security professionals' skill sets with their talent screen…
 
“I’m an instant star. Just add water (rating) and stir.” -David Bowie Housing consumers show increasing interest in environmental impact. Logically, builders are following this trend to serve their customers. How can raters and RFIs build on this momentum to become a star serving both builders and their customers? We welcome back RESNET’s program d…
 
When you first start working toward a goal, it’s easy to get motivated. You’re excited about achieving something big, and the momentum keeps you moving forward. But there comes a point when the excitement wears off, and you’re stuck with the daily grind. The not-so-exciting, consistent steps you need to take every day to reach your big goal. So, ho…
 
We all know that Black Friday and Cyber Monday can creep up on us and is here before we know it. If you haven't got a plan in place for this year don't worry this episode will give you creative ways to market your business and create special offers that will mean money in the bank after black Friday and Cyber Monday. In this episode I cover: The on…
 
Whether you're a pianist, a singer, or instrumentalist, I'm sure you've had the experience of feeling a sort of musical "chemistry" when collaborating with other musicians. In this month's conversation, pianist and educator Vivian Hornik Weilerstein shares insights on how pianists can be better listeners, leaders, and collaborators with their music…
 
What has all the compelling drama of a marathon finish line and the adrenaline rush of a Formula One championship? Santa Fe Opera’s 2022 Season, of course! Or so says Jane’s guest. She sits down with Chief Artistic Officer David Lomelí to learn more about the incredible titles and talents set to grace the Santa Fe Opera stage next summer. The pair …
 
Are you getting ready to draw up your 2022 #ContentMarketing content calendar? Yeah, we know, it only seems like 2 minutes since you were planning your 2021 #ContentCalendar, yet here we are again! But don't worry, because GT got your back. Don't feel overwhelmed, there are some simple tips and strategies to make this stuff easy and make sure you g…
 
I’m really excited to bring you this conversation with Ralph Skiano, principal clarinetist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Though this conversation was our first time meeting, our views on practice and mindfulness couldn’t be more aligned. I hope you thoroughly enjoy this episode! Before joining the Detroit symphony, Ralph served as principal cl…
 
Author and journalist Sean Kelly has taken a deep dive into the background, personality and government of Prime Minister Scott Morrison. His book, The Game, dissects the way in which Scott Morrison plays the game of politics and during this podcast he offers perspectives on leadership, the role of the media and the propensity for people to view pol…
 
In this episode, we welcome back Michael Merola, WSW’s Founding Partner to discuss the Build Back Better legislation and how it impacts healthcare. Learn how to listen to The Hospital Finance Podcast® on your mobile device. Highlights of this episode include: The evolution of Build Back Better How this legislation impacts healthcare What population…
 
Our guest Kerry Matre from Mandiant Security supports marketing cybersecurity products. It is interesting to hear her path from application development and Security Intelligence to support marketing and business development. She brings the primary question to clients: why are we doing this, and how will people interact? Our guest says she often fin…
 
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