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1/2/21 THIS PODCAST IS ON INDEFINITE HIATUS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR FAITHFUL PRESENCE. LET US CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR ONE ANOTHER, ALWAYS. ~~ bob Evening Prayer from the Daily Office of the Episcopal Church in the USA. If you'd like to read along, visit https://www.missionstclare.com/english/index.html All proceeds from advertising and listener support are donated to the YMCA of Central Kentucky. ymcacky.org Image: King David at prayer, Rembrandt, 1652 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bob-jo ...
 
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Simplify Your Small Business offers quick tips in minutes to help your business grow. Learn expert insights on simple things you can do today to help bring in new customers, enjoy a competitive edge, boost sales, and much more! As an entrepreneur, you’re busy. Now, you can get unique ideas and information to catapult your small business to the next level with these short segments (less than 15 minutes each)!
 
Season 1 is about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt.Season 2 tackles other angles of art crime. We chat w/ owners of an antique store who found a famous stolen painting, we discuss a stolen da Vinci with Turbo, and we dig ...
 
FILM FORUM PRESENTS is the official podcast of Film Forum, a nonprofit cinema in downtown New York City, founded in 1970. Each episode features audio from a special event (Q&A, intro, or conversation), recorded live at Film Forum, around our signature programming: premieres of new independent movies and world-class repertory cinema.
 
Writer and Filmmaker Miles Preston-Clark brings you an affordably boozy weekly podcast that covers the gambit of pop culture, life advice and everything in between with the help of a colorful array of drunk and disorderly friends and guests. If you would like to submit a question and have it answered on the show, send us an email: cheapliquorpodcast@gmail.com or submit it on our curious cat: https://curiouscat.me/cheapliquorpodcast
 
A Podcast To Help Your Dramatically Improve Your Results in Your Business. Bill Caskey has been a sales trainer, leader and experimenter for over 25 years. His sales philosophies have been adopted by some of America’s most successful sales teams. Now, he takes his work of helping sales teams double their output, and shares strategies and tactics with the audience. You can weigh in at Facebook.com/billcaskeyfan
 
In London, the daughter of an important tech tycoon has been abducted. On the other side of Europe, there’s been a break in at a museum in Berlin. What does one event have to do with the other ? A lot, as it turns out. Nelson Tobias, an agent with a dark past is about to shed some light on a case which is unusual to say the least. A Rembrandt has been stolen and the results of the investigation have left those at the scene baffled. For Nelson, however, it’s a calling card and he has the supp ...
 
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In today’s episode, Film Forum presents a lively Q&A from the opening night of FIRE MUSIC, an engrossing chronicle of the free jazz movement. Joining us for the Q&A were FIRE MUSIC director Tom Surgal, executive producer Thurston Moore--best known as founder of the iconic band Sonic Youth--and legendary jazz drummer Warren Smith, who has played wit…
 
'Incel' violence is a clear example of the lethal danger of believing that anyone is entitled to sex. But feminist philosopher Amia Srinivasan argues who is and is not sexually desired can still be an issue of political injustice. She speaks with host Nahlah Ayed about autonomy, preference, entitlement, and the moral and political complexities of s…
 
Directed by Marc Roskin Written by Alayna Heim and Josh Schaer A Halloween episode with the girls! Follow Tara on twitter @TaraTLK You’ll find me on twitter @librariansti And if you want to toss a few bucks my way to help fund this little podcast through the reboot and beyond, here's my brand new ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/letsgostealapodcast Thanks t…
 
In this episode of The Bill Caskey Podcast, Bill discusses why your action is much more important than your knowledge. Knowledge can be an incredible thing, but without action it's meaningless. Bill gives some direct ways you can start acting on your wealth of knowledge today! To download my FREE guide, "5 Reasons You Don't Have Enough Clients", ju…
 
In today’s episode, Film Forum presents a Q&A with filmmaker Bassam Tariq and star Riz Ahmed from the opening night of their acclaimed new drama MOGUL MOWGLI on September 3. In the film, Ahmed (who also produced and co-wrote the film with Tariq) gives a tour-de-force performance as a British Pakistani rapper whose successful career is threatened by…
 
In this episode of the Bill Caskey Podcast, Bill discusses the importance of your daily traits and how they can affect your sales performance. He also gives you 8 traits high performers have that set them apart from lower performers and how you can adopt them into your daily routine. To download my FREE guide, "5 Reasons You Don't Have Enough Clien…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the final episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the second episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the first part of a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
The familiar plot of Shakespeare’s King Lear is also the plot of many novels written for our own times. Nahlah Ayed speaks to novelists Preti Taneja and Jane Smiley who have reworked the Lear story. She’s also joined by Stratford Festival artistic director Antoni Cimolino to explore what King Lear has to say to us today about gender, power, loyalty…
 
Written by Marque Franklin-Williams and John Timothy Directed by Noah Wylie One member of the team seeks redemption and justice by convincing Leverage to con a developer out of an entire luxury apartment building. No heist-light just the fact that I'm apparently dreaming about this show these days. Send Lisa cats in boxes gifs and follow info on he…
 
In this episode, Bill plays a short clip by Park Howell where he discusses the impact that the pandemic has had on all of our brains. Park explains how the unsureness of what's happening and how it will end is negatively impacting us. Bill weighs in with his thoughts and gives you some ways you might be able to combat the dreaded "Pandemic Brain." …
 
In today’s episode, Film Forum presents a conversation between filmmaker Wayne Wang and New Yorker writer Hua Hsu from the opening night of the new restoration of Wang’s groundbreaking independent film CHAN IS MISSING, on August 20th. When it premiered in 1982 at MoMA’s New Directors/New Films festival, CHAN IS MISSING, a Neo-Noir comedy-drama set …
 
In his 2020 CBC Massey Lectures, Reset: Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society, Ron Deibert surveyed the traps and dark corners of the internet and social media. Now, Ron looks back at the questions he raised, in the company of the team of people who were commentators in the original series — and answers listener questions sent in.*This episode …
 
In his 2020 CBC Massey Lectures, Citizen Lab founder and director Ron Deibert wants to get us thinking about how best to mitigate the harms of social media, and in doing so, construct a viable communications ecosystem that supports civil society and contributes to the betterment of the human condition (instead of the opposite). *This episode origin…
 
What we don’t see — because it is so carefully hidden from the public eye — is the ecological impact of our social media usage and the wasteful consumption loop we’re trapped in, as we’re pushed to constantly upgrade our devices and turn simple electronics and appliances into “smart” machines. *This episode originally aired on November 13, 2020.…
 
The initial vision of the internet was that it would empower individuals and expose the wrongdoings of state and corporate interests. But now the same technologies that had been used for public uprisings against oppressive governments are now being used by those governments against political demonstrators, whistleblowers and dissidents. *This episo…
 
Completely and utterly surprised we managed to keep an episode with me, Robin, and Cory to just about 2 hours! Written by Jill Weinberger Directed by Marc Roskin Heistlights: Heavy Steamboat Robbery: Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. Li https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/57021127-portrait-of-a-thief Secrets of Pickpocketing: https://www.powa.acad…
 
Recently I was asked to present some ideas on the "New World of Prospecting" facing B2B sales organizations and salespeople. I recorded it and even though I didn't have the participants mic'd, you can get the sense of what the discussion was about. I offered the group several ideas on how to embrace what I would call "the New World of lead generati…
 
The ads that personalize our internet browsing are obvious examples of how "attention merchants" vie for our data, but the more insidious actors are the ones we don't see. In his second CBC Massey Lecture, Ron Deibert explores "the economic engine that underlies social media: the personal data surveillance economy" and what is called "surveillance …
 
There's a problem with that device in your hand — your phone that makes you anxious when it's not near. Renowned tech expert Ron Deibert says that needs to change. The 2020 Massey Lecturer suggests we need a 'reset' and in his first lecture, Deibert sketches out the layered problem — and how he sees a way forward. *This episode originally aired on …
 
His early art work in the Dutch city of Leiden wasn't all that great, but soon after Rembrandt arrived in Amsterdam in 1631, he had become the most highly sought-after artist around. Rembrandt's art makes us rethink what it means to be an artist, and a consumer of art. His art looks back at us and demands: who do you think you are, looking at this?…
 
In this episode of The Bill Caskey Podcast, Bill takes a question from a listener who asked, "what should my sales process look like?" Bill takes a deep look at the sales process and the 3 essentials elements that it entails. Are you using these 3 elements in your process? If you're not, you could be costing yourself a lot of business. If you want …
 
His early art work in the Dutch city of Leiden wasn't all that great, but soon after Rembrandt arrived in Amsterdam in 1631, he had become the most highly sought-after artist around. Rembrandt's art makes us rethink what it means to be an artist, and a consumer of art. His art looks back at us and demands: who do you think you are, looking at this?…
 
Episode Two! Still such a thrill when I realize it's back! Written by John Rogers and Chris Downey. Directed by Dean Devlin. The team chases down Fletcher Maxwell in Panama where he is hoping to take off with a $20 million dollar nest egg stashed there by his family The team, with a little help from Hardison's little sister, have other ideas. Heist…
 
In this time of upheaval, what does the future look like? When we think about marginalized groups in society, and issues of gender, race, and poverty — how do we work toward making a better world? Rinaldo Walcott, Monia Mazigh and Micheal Vonn explores these questions in conversation with Nahlah Ayed. *This episode was published on September 15, 20…
 
More than 20 years ago I started bringing in content to the sales training that I was doing that I felt was missing. I've been wrong a lot, and I've been right a few times. In this episode, I share with you the four things that I've been right about over the last 10 years and then give you three things that I think we're going to help you achieve w…
 
In 1919, Romain Rolland wrote the Declaration of the Independence of the Mind as a call to intellectuals to rise above division, censorship and nationalism of their day. Nahlah Ayed speaks to Canadian and international thinkers to consider the role of the intellectual today, and to rewrite the declaration for our own post-truth moment. *This episod…
 
Perhaps no question is more important than this one: what is the common good? What can we agree on that benefits us all? IDEAS looks to the English Civil Wars from the 17th century when great questions of the common good were rediscovered, argued, and fought over changing England — and the world — forever. *This episode originally aired on April 13…
 
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