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Failed product launches. Furious customers. Dysfunctional teams. Many of the problems we face in the business world (and frankly, society) stem from the same root cause: Lack of empathy. Each week, brand strategist, author and speaker Maria Ross shares keen insights and inspiring interviews that prove empathy and compassion are the new paths to market-winning performance. Leveraging both inspiring stories and hard data, Ross connects empathetic leadership and brands to more innovation, happi ...
 
This is Product Marketing is brought to you by Product Marketing Hive, a product marketing community that gives back. We are a global community with an intellectual center of gravity in Silicon Valley. This podcast dives deep into the world of product marketing, product management, and technology marketing. We will be interviewing thought leaders, marketing and product legends. Join PMM Hive to meet fellow PMMs.All rights reserved. © Product Marketing Hive.
 
Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
After a failed suicide attempt, Calvin, a hilariously eccentric, mentally unstable, and incredibly violent quantum physicist awakens to find himself in a fantasy world complete with trolls, elves, dwarves, and other stupid fantasy creatures. Unwittingly, our hero (if you can dare call him that) is thrown in the middle of an international conspiracy involving a tyrannical elf queen and a ploy to turn the global gold standard to her favor. However, Calvin's ever swinging mood and severe manic ...
 
Good Heroin is an intensely funny interview show from the mind of Dave Ross. It's an earnest discussion of mental health and a vibrant exploration of life and a dumb idiot comedian having fun being dumb. Dave talks to all kinds of people -- from musicians to comedians to psychologists to anyone -- about who they are and how they feel. They delve down to the root of their life or their anxieties or their victories or what ails them and then, together, they make fun of it.
 
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Women Conquer Business

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Women Conquer Business

Jen McFarland, Founder, Women Conquer Business

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Actionable strategies, business how-to's, and real-world advice from subject matter experts and entrepreneurs to help you grow, nurture, and sustain your business. Make more money by improving your leadership, project planning, and digital marketing. Learn the soft skills it takes to be successful. Hosted by Jen McFarland, Founder, Women Conquer Business®.
 
The business and marketing podcast for entrepreneurs with each show featuring an amazing entrepreneur who is crushing it in business. Join me 3 days a week to hear stories from entrepreneurs like John Lee Dumas, Nick Unsworth, Mike Koenigs and Michael O'Neal as they talk about the obstacles they overcame on their way to business success, the lessons they learned on their journey as an entrepreneur and what motivates them to succeed now. Discover how they are marketing themselves to their tar ...
 
One of the longest-running books shows on Australian radio, Final Draft is a space on the air where big names of arts and culture sit cheek-by-jowl with those just beginning to make their mark. Produced in the hope of inspiring generous, open-minded reading and discussion, the show features guests and writing from around Australia and the world. Each week we serve up a mix of interviews with writers, reviews of new, classic and cult titles, readings of original work, short features and docum ...
 
A show about clinical depression...with laughs? Well, yeah. Depression is an incredibly common and isolating disease experienced by millions, yet often stigmatized by society. The Hilarious World of Depression is a series of frank, moving, and, yes, funny conversations with top comedians who have dealt with this disease, hosted by veteran humorist and public radio host John Moe. Join guests such as Maria Bamford, Paul F. Tompkins, Andy Richter, and Jen Kirkman to learn how they’ve dealt with ...
 
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Along For The Ride with Andrea Fappani

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Along For The Ride with Andrea Fappani

Andrea Fappani, NRHA Trainer, Jim Essick, Pacific Range

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Along For The Ride With Andrea Fappani are conversations in excellence. Andrea Fappani - National Reining Horse Association “NRHA” 5.7 Million Dollar Rider was born and raised in Italy and followed his dream of moving to the USA and becoming one of the all-time leading trainers in the Performance Horse industry. His focus, drive and passion for excellence not only made him the youngest NRHA million Dollar Rider, along the way he has been recognized for his ability to teach and advocate excep ...
 
Read Like a Writer is the books podcast from Faber & Faber, Profile Books, Serpent’s Tail and Canongate, independent publishers bringing the voices – and book recommendations – of their authors to your ears, hosted by Anna Fielding. In each episode, we’ll hear about the books they strongly recommend you read, their latest projects and learn about their local indie bookshop too. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This show is packed with returning friends of AMA! Comedians Aparna Nancherla and Joyelle Nicole Johnson are subjected to Kidz Bop, Welcome to Night Vale's Cecil Baldwin and musician Julian Velard decipher poorly-researched podcast ads, and Wandavision song writers Robert and Kristen Anderson Lopez show off their theme classic TV theme song knowled…
 
October 28, 1991. Wheeling, Illinois. A 911 dispatcher receives an anonymous call from a payphone by a man asking for medical attention for a woman. When paramedics arrive at the address the caller provides, they discover the unconscious body of 27-year old exotic dancer Jamie Santos on her bedroom floor and it turns out she has been suffocated wit…
 
In this episode, Laura Smous, senior director of product marketing, shares her thoughts on B2B SaaS product pricing and packaging strategy. We also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of tiered pricing plans, how to communicate the pricing changes. Laura shares some practical advice on how to DIY pricing and packaging for start-ups. All rights…
 
Being an effective leader requires you to be able to truly see yourself as you are - to know who you want to be, where you’re strong, and where you might fall down - and that requires hard inner work! In today’s episode, I had the great pleasure to talk to leadership, branding, and transformation expert, speaker and multiple award-winning author Mi…
 
November 7, 1997. New York City. 54-year old Michael Sullivan and his 36-year old girlfriend, Camden Sylvia, vanish without explanation from their loft in Manhattan and are reported missing six days later. Suspicion falls upon the couple’s landlord, Robert Rodriguez, who was involved in a dispute with them prior to their disappearances and refuses …
 
We like to tell ourselves that we make purely logical purchase decisions, but we’re human and we do not. Regardless of the type of business you are in, humans have emotional reactions to every single decision they make, whether they know it or not. Today, brand strategist, Kevin Perlmutter, and I discuss the brain’s limbic system, why marketers sho…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are joined by one of the current crop of amazing deathcore vocalist in Will Ramos, who recently joined the ranks of Lorna Shore. We talk about how he wanted to perfect his vocals before jumping into a band, how doing covers launched him as a vocalist and how there was no trepidation joining Lorna Shore af…
 
June 29, 2001. Marysville, Ohio. After completing her shift at the Honda automotive plant, 29-year old Patti Adkins clocks out in order to leave on what she claims is a vacation to Canada with her boyfriend. When Patti fails to return after a week-and-a-half, she is reported missing, but her boyfriend denies this trip took place or that he was even…
 
How do we apply empathy to solve tough business challenges? Taking the time to gather empathic insights might seem like it’s slowing you down, but doing so can actually help you solve the right problems, exceed your goals, and accelerate growth. In my conversation today with Michael Ventura, you will hear fascinating stories about how he creatively…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are joined by a true legend of the early 2000's hardcore scene, With Honor drummer John Ross. We talk about how the band wanted to have a bit more melody than their peers, how they supported a puppet act on their first home town show and how the wheels are now turning for what is to come next. You can kee…
 
March 1, 1976. Bethesda, Maryland. 37-year old Annette Bishop, her 68-year old mother-in-law Lobelia Bishop, and Annette’s three sons – 14-year old Brad, 10-year old Brent and five-year old Geoffrey – are all bludgeoned to death inside their home. The following day, the victims’ burning bodies are discovered in a shallow hole in a remote area of No…
 
What can a psychologist who works with high-performers like Silicon Valley executives and professional athletes share with you about empathetic leadership? You’re about to find out from my guest, Dr. Adam Dorsa.! Today, we talk about the biggest reason ambitious leaders back away from empathy and if there are certain people who can never be empathe…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are joined by Time & Pressure guitarist James Carroll.We talk about how his dad trying to deter him of pop punk turned him on to punk, how the lockdown has changed a lot of things for Time & Pressure and how the band manage to make this work with their busy lives outside the band. To keep up to date with …
 
February 23, 1974. Los Angeles, California. Police are summoned to the home of 41-year old orthopedic surgeon Ted Loseff after his wife, Wilda, claims that he threatened her with a gun. When police search the residence, they find Ted’s body inside his car in the garage and he has seemingly taken his own life via carbon monoxide poisoning. However, …
 
Empathy for others starts with empathy for yourself. Today’s guest, Jamie Greenwood, is going to break down exactly why this is true and how self-compassion makes you a strong leader. She reveals the truth about what self-care really means (and it is not what you think), why ambitious leaders resist self-compassion, and how that can have negative c…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are joined by Harold Griffin who plays guitar in hardcore bands Koyo and Hangman. We talk about how Harold's sister introduced him to music, his first experience over in Europe with Hangman and how Koyo was one of a number of projects made up from a group of friends. To keep up to date with what Harold is…
 
Guests: Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone; Brett Goldstein & Hannah Waddingham; Gretchen McCulloch & Lauren Gawne Ted Lasso's Brett Goldstein & Hannah Waddingham score points in a game about scores. Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone take a 180 from making R-rated comedy to producing a Bob Ross documentary. Lingthusiasm hosts Gretchen McCulloch & Lauren G…
 
July 26, 1993. Llanharry, Wales. 65-year old Harry Tooze and his 67-year old wife, Megan Tooze, are both shot to death at their remote farm before their bodies are hidden inside the cowshed. The investigation eventually focuses on Jonathan Jones, the boyfriend of the Toozes’ daughter, and after his thumbprint is found on a saucer inside the farmhou…
 
Janet VanBebber is the Chief Racing Officer for the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA). VanBebber is responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the racing department, Racing Challenge and related programs. Janet plays a key role in developing and implementing programs and objectives to promote the advancement of Quarter Horse racin…
 
The billion dollar marketing question: How do you make people fall in love with your brand? First step is that it requires you to understand your customer not as a “target” but as a real human being, with values, aspirations, and a life story. While data-driven insights are important, we need to move beyond traditional focus groups. My guest today,…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are joined by vocalist of power-pop duo Cowboy Boy, Oliva Maria. We discuss how seeing My Chemical Romance was almost like a religious experience, how they duo have made long distance as a band work and how that set them up to be in a good position during the pandemic, not being afraid to be open with the…
 
It's tempting to try to look for a reason why Joel Kim Booster, ordinarily a very funny and engaging person, feels dead inside, trapped in a persistent depressive state. His father recently died of COVID. The two hadn't been very close (Joel's dad was a conservative Christian, Joel is a gay Hollywood star) but were beginning to reconnect. You could…
 
June 13, 1977. Ohio County, West Virginia. Roberta Elam, a 26-year old postulant known as “Sister Robin” who is planning to become a nun, is seen living the motherhouse of the Mount St. Joseph convent. Hours later, Sister Robin’s body is found on top of a nearby hill in a secluded mediation area and she has been raped and strangled to death. There …
 
What does it really mean to be customer centric? It’s more than just polite customer service or occasionally asking customers what they think of you. It’s an ongoing mindset that is backed up by processes, structures, and tools to continue staying in lockstep with your customers - and engaging their input and needs to drive business decisions. My g…
 
November 15, 1986. Willow Creek, California. A fire breaks out at a mobile home belonging to the family of 16-year old twin sisters, Jill and Julie Hansen. Both girls receive shotgun blasts to the stomach and while Jill dies at the scene, Julie passes away at the hospital one month later. Since evidence implicates their 21-year old half-brother, Do…
 
The metaverse, virtual reality, immersive experiences - this is the future of how we connect. While some of you have embraced virtual connection this year, others have lamented the loss of empathetic connection. Today, I talk with Evo Heyning about creating immersive experiences and participatory spaces that leverage technology to foster more conne…
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we are once again joined by two guests. We sit down with vocalist Gerry Windus and guitarist Bryan Natole of Long Island New York's Stand Still. We discuss what it was like for the pair growing up and getting into music and how their paths differ. What it has been like releasing music during a pandemic and c…
 
Taylor is a screenwriter, director, actor, 5 time nominee for Academy Award, co-creator of Yellowstone and creator/producer of Run For A Million, as well as extremely passionate about horses. Taylor sits down to update us on developments on his many Film/TV projects (Yellowstone & Last Cowboy) and plans for the up and coming RFTM in August. Gina Ma…
 
July 6, 1986. Owensboro, Kentucky. 16-year old Shannon Green disappears after leaving her residence to visit a family friend. Days later, Shannon’s mother receives a phone call from someone calling himself “Dewayne”, who claims that he and Shannon ran away together to get married. Shortly thereafter, an 18-year old acquaintance of Shannon’s named D…
 
When you think of empathetic organizations, you think of nonprofits and community organizations. Today, I talk with Heather Hiscox who discusses the need for those in the social impact space to embrace empathy so they can innovate, iterate, and better serve the communities they seek to benefit. We talk about how social impact organizations can appl…
 
Lloyd Cox has proven himself to be one of the cutting industry's top horse trainers. An unassuming cowboy from Marietta, Oklahoma– he earned himself the honor of being the first 10 Million Dollar Rider in Western performance horse history in 2021. Lloyd is an NCHA Rider Hall of Fame inductee and was the NCHA leading money earning rider in 2003, wit…
 
February 3, 1972. Boone, North Carolina. 51-year old Bryce Durham, his 44-year old wife Virginia, and their 18-year old son Bobby Joe are found strangled to death and drowned inside their bathroom after an apparent home invasion. Months later, four suspects with a history of burglary are arrested for their alleged roles in the murders, but the char…
 
When we were sitting there, he looked at me and said, " Do I have to max out all of my credit cards to be successful?" I was stunned by the stark honesty. I paused for a minute and I said, "Absolutely not. You do not have to max out your cards to be successful." Build a Business Strategy Episode Summary Too often business leaders look to others to …
 
What is strategic empathy? It’s ensuring you embed empathy into your business model - operationalize it, reward it, model it, and hold others accountable. Just as with any other brand value, when you’re all talk and no action, you can never truly reap the benefits that empathy can bring to your team and organization. In this episode, Daniel Murray …
 
This week on the Just An Insight Podcast we have a rare double guest where we are joined by Peter Rono & Ryan “Pao” Paolill, vocalist and drummer respectively of emo-mathcore band Kaonashi. We discuss each of their different journey's into music, how the two share a passion and vision for what they want to achieve with Kaonashi, the impact Coheed a…
 
Comedians Margaret Cho and Iliza Shlesinger from Good on Paper board a music parody time machine to several centuries' '70s. In Treatment and Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba says what she learned about therapy by playing a therapist, and how she and her sister annoyed her brother by speaking in gibberish. Quinta Brunson (She Memes Well) and Tay…
 
January 10, 1983. Tacoma, Washington. Two-year old Wallace Guidroz is reported missing by his father, Stanley Guidroz, who claims that he brought Wallace to a local park and last saw him in the company of an unidentified couple and a young girl. 28 years later, Stanley is charged with an unrelated murder and confesses that he accidentally killed Wa…
 
Being a purpose driven organization is not just a nice-to-have, it actually leads to more revenue, higher performing teams, and better engagement and retention. When salespeople are able to reframe their thinking from how to simply “close more deals” to how they can improve a customer’s life, they find more success and more satisfaction and happine…
 
WE MADE IT TO EPISODE 200!!! Thank you everyone who has shown this show any love and support through the years, I will be eternally grateful for making this little show what it is. To mark such a milestone we are joined by the vocalist of one of the upcoming bands we are most excited about. We are joined by Emma Boster from Dying Wish. We talk abou…
 
Rosie Perez talks about recording PSAs for the New York City Subway, meeting Muhammad Ali, and her role in HBO Max's The Flight Attendant. Plus, Fortune Feimster and Jillian Bell play a game about delicious musicians, and Big Mouth's Ayo Edebiri and comedian Olivia Craighead tackle animal kingdom quandaries. This episode originally aired December 4…
 
In Actor and Agent podcast, we talk the industry from both sides as well as being in two different countries. We discuss stories, talk to guests and give tips from our experience. Viv Leacock is back! We talk about what's been going on in Canada lately, struggles Viv has faced, talking Brit shows, ideal character he'd love to play, living your life…
 
"We came up with a plan for how we're going to get the crow out. We open the doors and the crow's like, "Yeah, I don't really feel like coming out." How many times does this happen to you? You come up with a plan and then back to the drawing board!" - Jen McFarland, Host Episode Summary Business analogy stories help us sort out the craziest…
 
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