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Stefan James from Project Life Mastery reveals the best strategies to mastering and living life fully; everything from how to be motivated, secrets to success, how to make money online, making passive income online, investing, how to change your beliefs and mindset, being healthy and physically fit, being happy and productive, life management, cultivating relationships, spirituality, and much more! This podcast contains Stefan's best strategies and principles that he's shared in-depth on his ...
 
The Business Benchmark Group Podcast, hosted by Stefan Kazakis, gives business owners insight and advice delivered by some of the best business coaches in Australia. We're dedicated to helping all business owners create and sustain, easy-to-run and profitable businesses that enhance their lives. Tune into recordings from live events, interviews with business owners who are kicking goals and discussions with thought leaders.
 
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In a world with over seven billion people, it can be difficult to land your dream job. In this podcast, three northern university students talk to young professionals who are on their way to the top of their chosen career or industry. We discuss the graft it has taken to get to where they are now, and how much graftin' it'll take to get to the top!
 
As recommended on BBC Radio Podcast Hour. Through an awe-inspiring audio journey, this podcast series brings to life the love of bees. It lifts the lid on a world of fascinating behaviours and wondrous endeavours. Who knew, for example, that to produce a pound of honey, a colony of honeybees must visit 2 million flowers? Or that a bumblebee with a full stomach is only ever 40 minutes away from starvation! We talk to people who are passionate about bees, from entomologists to botanists, scien ...
 
Colourful is a music programme on Radio Pulpit that celebrates Gospel music. Your presenter is the talented Janine van Niekerk, an expert in South-African Gospel music industry. She is also the manager of the SAMA-award winning Afrikaans gospel artist, Retief Burger.
 
Monday Morning Critic podcast was developed by my passion for people whose work has moved me. Guests are hand picked and purposely selected in a format where storytelling is done properly. If you're like me and you're a huge movie fan of the big and small screen, welcome! Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Instagram: Monday Morning CriticFacebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcastwww.mmcpodcast.com
 
The Hastings Harvest podcast features some of the most brilliant young minds, creators, and educators from around the world. Cole Hastings interviews bright-minded individuals within their area of expertise and harvests the ways in which they go about their craft. The podcast is based around personal development. If you're interested in any of the areas that are talked about, you WILL find value in this podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hastings-harvest/support
 
TIRED OF THE LIES AND THE SPIN perpetuated in the culture about men, women, sex and love? Had it up to here with the anti-male, anti-marriage, anti-motherhood world in which we live? If so, get ready to hear hard-hitting truths about women and men that will make you cry out “Yes! Finally someone tells it like it is!” The Suzanne Venker Show brings a wealth of wisdom from authors, educators, psychologists and others who aren’t afraid to admit what the culture won’t. https://www.suzannevenker. ...
 
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Let’s tackle and solve the science of sales together! Leanne Elich is a Psychology driven Business Strategist. She is a passionate Oncology Advocate and Global Healthcare Specialist with over twenty-five years of experience in both clinical and corporate environments. Leanne Elich Consulting is an advisory and consultancy firm specialising in psych…
 
Taylor Lorenz of the New York Times joins us to talk about the good bad and ugly parts of her rise to national attention. If any of Taylor's stalkers are listening to this right now be sure to check out our $100 a month Taylor Lorenz harassment tier. We will personally harass her and pass on credible threats on your behalf during her social media b…
 
Suzanne discusses singer/songwriter Kacey Musgraves's new song, 'Breadwinner,' which blames men for what happens when wives earn more. IN THIS EPISODE: 3:50 Suzanne introduces the new song by Kacey Musgraves's 'Breadwinner' 7:25 Many women and men don't understand how the female breadwinner issue will affect their marriages 8:50 60% of Suzanne’s co…
 
After years of studying and applying personal development, this is truly the most important habit that will change your life. I share what this habit looks like and how you can start applying it to your life right now. Often people pursue success, money, and material goods but true happiness comes from being in the moment and present. You can have …
 
In this episode, I was joined by Steve Collins to chat all about dependency injection in .NET. We (well, Steve!) demystified terms such as dependency inversion and inversion of control containers, and then delved into the world of dependency injection in .NET, covering scopes, and much more… For a full list of show links, see the website here…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Roger McCormick. Roger McCormick is the presenter of 'The Blues Spectrum' on Brooklands Radio. "Two hours of the best in blues and "bluesy" music, old and new. The genre continues to thrive and the show covers the best of the new releases but also harks …
 
Canada’s 44th general election was a mess from the start. From wondering why it was called in the first place, to culture war wedge politics, the rise of the extreme-right People’s Party, and along to literal stone throwing–or gravel throwing, anyway. You might want to call that a new low. It’s definitely low. But it’s not the first time Canadian e…
 
Stefan Ouma holds the Chair of Economic Geography at the Department of Geography at the University of Bayreuth. Before that he worked as Doc and Post-Doc at Goethe-University, Frankfurt. His research interests lies in a theoretically and empirically informed economic geography of globalization and development, drawing primarily on insights from het…
 
Cryptocurrency may be the biggest opportunity online since the internet was invented. Here are three ways to make money with it. From buying and holding certain currencies to using grid bots for making trades and returns, I share all the ways I currently make money with digital currency. In this episode I also share how I use Nexo to earn return in…
 
On the 25th of August, Peter Birch connected for a livestream Q&A session on YouTube, LinkedIn and Facebook with Jeff Smoot, CEO Infomedix & David Ryan, CIO Northern Health. The session focused on the importance of fostering strong relationships between technology vendors and hospitals, how to approach building partnerships, and what happens when t…
 
Suzanne talks with author Carrie Gress about her recent article, "Why Don't We Tell Women What's Making Them Miserable?" IN THIS EPISODE: 5:30 Feminism has had a long march through our culture, but happiness metrics prove that in spite of this, women are struggling with their happiness 8:30 Feminism is motivated by Marxism 10:40 People are afraid t…
 
Carl Stone has been a huge influence on me – his work transported me from “Interested in that music tech stuff for making pop tunes” to “Let’s get serious!” His exploration into the nature of sampled sounds – and sampled/mashed/twisted tracks – took some of the ideas explored by Schaeffer, Cage, Reich and others, and gave them a whole new context. …
 
School’s back. Alongside the usual challenges of managing college and university life comes sorting out how to keep people on campus safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. Colleges and universities are trying to find their way forward after a rough 18 months, with more difficult times to come. But while the pandemic has affected higher education, it’s …
 
In this episode, I was joined by Jesse Liberty and James World to chat about a topic I'm also personally very passionate about - the Git source control system. Jesse is a fellow podcast host, as well as an author of a book about Git. James is a Solution Architect who has done many a talk on Git and likes to delve a bit deeper into what goes on unde…
 
Loving, fulfilling relationships are one of life's most special gifts, but they aren't always easy. Tatiana and I have been together for 7 years and now we're married! In order to achieve a long-term, loving relationship we use a framework by Tony Robbins to check in with each other, and understand each other's needs. By understanding how we're bot…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Marianne Windham. In this episode Marianne talks about her love for Jazz, its community, the double bass, teaching, her university days, jazz promotion, her charity work and why she left a succesful carreer in software consultancy. The founder and drivin…
 
On the 11th of August, Pete went live with Steve Vlok from Celo to talk about all things to do with communication and healthcare, including: Shadow IT Change Management in healthcare and best approaches to introduce innovation Importance of real world clinical experience Virtual hospitals / decentralising the hospitals The importance of identifying…
 
Adom Getachew is Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Political Science and the College at the University of Chicago. She is a political theorist with research interests in the history of political thought, theories of race and empire, and postcolonial political theory. Her work focuses on the intellectual and political histories of Africa and th…
 
Listen to this interview with James Scollay from Genie Solutions, about their integrated cloud platform, innovation in healthcare, and a vision for the future of the healthtech industry. In this episode, Pete and James talk about: What Genie has been up to since James’ last appearance on the podcast on episode 19 back in October 2019. Why are clini…
 
Suzanne talks to women in their twenties about how to do life differently in one's twenties than the way the culture teaches. IN THIS EPISODE: 1:50 Young people need a new roadmap for dating 3:40 It’s parents' job to teach their kids how to “get it right” 6:00 The 20’s are the defining decade for young people 7:50 You don’t need to “find yourself.’…
 
Stefan Redtenbacher (Redtenbacher's Funkestra) and James Welch (Masterlink Productions) talk to Nicholas James Lockewood. Nicholas is a musician, bass player, artist and educator. He has a Degree in Jazz studios from Leeds College of Music, a Masters in Music from The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) and is currently undertaking a PhD also at…
 
Writing in 19th century Europe, Karl Marx was reflecting a time and place: Europe in the wake of the closing years of the Industrial Revolution. Marx himself, later in life, recognized that his crowning work, Das Kapital, had a limited scope, fitted for Europe but not for the rest of the world. In the 21st century, Marxism must speak to the experie…
 
Are your habits and addictions holding you back from achieving your potential in life? From procrastination to laziness and gambling, bad habits take on many different forms in our lives, and identifying them is the first step to breaking them once and for all. The key rule to breaking a bad habit is to make a new habit! You can't break a habit wit…
 
In episode 86 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by James Q Quick of Auth0. They explore the boundaries developer advocates must establish as both personal and professional content creators, as well as insights on preparing for a career in DevRel. The post Ep. #86, Growing With DevRel with James Q Quick of Auth0 appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
James Robinson is an economist and political scientist. He is currently the Reverend Dr. Richard L. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies and University Professor at the Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago. Robinson has conducted influential research in the field of political and economic development and the factors that ar…
 
Loneliness, do you know how to solve this problem? Anton Cush is the Founder of includi. Anton has over twenty years of healthcare industry experience, with a focus on digital health and technology commercialisation. Includi is the online marketplace addressing loneliness. Includi works with people experiencing acute and chronic loneliness. It uses…
 
You're only cheating yourself if you don't work hard in life and stretch yourself to grow into the successful person you know you can be, but working hard doesn't always come easy. There are many times that I didn't feel like working hard, but I had to train myself to do it. I live by the philosophy inspired by Jim Rohn 'If you can't, then you must…
 
Suzanne discusses the fallout of the four lies our culture tells women, which represent Part One of Suzanne's new book, How to Get Hitched (and Stay Hitched): A 12-Step Program for Marriage-Minded Women. 1:40 The Four Lies: - Marriage + Motherhood = Jail - Women should never depend on a man - Sex is just sex - Career success will and should define …
 
What do you think healthcare’s digital workforce will look like in the future? Angela Ryan has worked within the Australian health system for more than thirty years in senior leadership, executive and clinical roles, across federal, state and local settings. She is also a health informatician, digital health strategist and clinician executive. In t…
 
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