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Welcome to Tebbs Talks: The Premier Useless Podcast. A collection of various topics and discussions that will have a little bit of something for everyone. From the mind of Jason Tebbs, this podcast will take you through it all, because he has an opinion about everything, and often more passionate opinions on useless matters. Support the podcast at https://paypal.me/JasonTebbs Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tebbstalks/support
 
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Service Lab is a podcast featuring talks given by leading service designers on their work and experiences. Our speakers include people like the Head of Service Design at GDS or Head of Product at UsTwo. And our talks range from case studies on online services to masterclasses on ethnography.
 
Mission Impact is the podcast for progressive nonprofit leaders who want to build a better world without becoming a martyr to the cause. Interviews of nonprofit experts explore how to make your organization more effective and innovative for greater mission impact. Hosted by Carol Hamilton
 
Each week, The Badass CEO brings you entrepreneurs and high-level executives to discuss business strategies, life experiences, lessons learned, tipping points, and what it takes to become and continue to be a Badass CEO. We will give you the motivation and tools needed to follow your dreams and be successful.
 
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In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What is was like growing up in a holistic household, having a thirst for knowledge and dreaming How having the thirst for knowledge led to her getting three different degrees and starting her career at Microsoft What she learned in her time at Target in her many different roles and how that taught her how to scale…
 
Gravity Co-founder Matt Tebbe shared his most crucial learnings in his first 20 years of ministry. This is the first of an ongoing series we’re starting called “5 Things I’ve Learned.” We want to hear from you! Let us know what you wish you knew when you started out in ministry. Email us at podcast@gravityleadership.com with your list of 5 things y…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What it was like growing up in New Jersey throughout most of her younger life, to moving to the UK in highschool and having a shift of realization How growing up she knew she always wanted to be in a boardroom and rise to the top in a company, but learned in her later life that entrepreneurship was something she c…
 
Leading activist and author Lisa Sharon Harper spent three decades researching ten generations of her family history through DNA research, oral histories, interviews and genealogy, and in her new book, Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World and How to Repair It All, Harper draws on her lifelong journey to know her family's history to recov…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What it was like growing up with three sisters and entrepreneurial parents in Pasadena, California and how living in an entrepreneurial household gave her the drive to start her own business Why she believes her nurturing personality has helped the growth of True Botanicals What her time working in marketing at Le…
 
Clinical psychologist Rod Wilson explains how three “sacred sayings” can transform our leadership and the world. In his book Thank you. I’m Sorry. Tell Me More, he offers three practices gratitude, remorse, and care as pathways to real human communication, connection, and reconciliation, and provides a practical, inclusive, and relationally-focused…
 
In episode 39, Carol Hamilton looks back at the last year and a half of Mission Impact. Using clips from interviews with Tip Fallon, Nyacko Perry, Carlyn Madden, Kristin Bradley-Bull, Keisha Sitney, Rosalind Spiegel, Stephen Graves and Nathaniel Benjamin, she examines: How the nonprofit sector is not exempt from the larger systems of capitalism, wh…
 
Many business owners focus too much on the small details and it usually ends up stalling results - this is where Tia Graham steps in. She is a certified CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) and founder of Arrive at Happy. Tia uses her experience in business and marketing to teach various leaders and big-name companies how to drive sales, increase team pro…
 
Tara Beth Leach joined us to talk about her new book, Radiant Church: Restoring the Credibility of Our Witness. Tara Beth also shared about her tumultuous personal and professional life over the last two years. Tara Beth Leach is a pastor, preacher of the Word, and writer. She speaks widely at conferences, retreats, and universities across America …
 
Around 60 million American children play an organized sport, according to the National Council of Youth Sports. If you’re the parent or coach of one of them, you likely rely on a smartphone app called SportsEngine to stay organized and on schedule. SportsEngine is the leading provider of enterprise software and mobile apps used by youth sports team…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: His journey from growing up in Vancouver struggling in school to ending up in finance for college What he learned from his internship at Credit Suisse that helps him in what he does today How his time traveling the country while working in finance pushed him to create something he was passionate about, The Naked M…
 
You might not believe it but Jaime Cross built her 8-Figure skincare empire MIG Living in her Colorado kitchen! She now runs her company from her Tennessee farm and has been featured in Forbes, CBS, and Business Insider as examples for business as a force for good. She now focuses on her business The Her Effect and empowering other women to find fr…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: How he grew up as a first-generation Britt in West London with his immigrant parents How being unsure of what he wanted to do throughout college led him to investment banking and his internship at Goldman Sachs What his time at Goldman Sachs taught him throughout his internship, and into the 10 years of his career…
 
We talked with Curt Thompson about his new book The Soul of Desire: Discovering the Neuroscience of Longing, Beauty, and Community, which suggests that underneath all our longings is the desire to be seen and known. Curt integrates interpersonal neurobiology, Christian spirituality, and theology to help us reckon with what it means to be human, and…
 
Loren Lahav is a dynamic entrepreneur, business coach, and speaker who has worked with the likes of Tony Robbins and Barbara Walters. She has built successful teams across 25 countries and developed her coaching style of embracing vulnerabilities. Tune in to hear Loren’s professional journey, how she balances all her income sources and projects, an…
 
Du Nord Craft Spirits is known in the industry as the nation’s first Black-owned micro distillery. It’s a distinction founder Chris Montana would like to shed. “I’m sick of being the ‘Black’ distiller,” Montana says. “I want it to be irrelevant, but the only way to do that is to get more people into the industry.” A year after the Minneapolis disti…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What it was like growing up with his parents, brother, and sister in California, to going through his parents long divorce at age of 10, to moving in with his brother at the early age of 14 How living with his brother at 14 taught him a lot about life and helped him grow up faster with having to pay for his own fo…
 
Many of us have a complicated relationship with our body. Some of us feel ashamed of our bodies. Some of our bodies are riddled with stress, pain, and trauma. Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, etc. have told some of us that we don’t have the right kind of body. Psychologist and researcher Hillary McBride join us to explore the themes of her new book…
 
Dr. Ann Kaplan is a powerhouse entrepreneur who started financial giant iFinance in the 90s to star in the Real Housewives of Toronto, speaking at prestigious events and penning multiple books, including If You Don’t Laugh You’ll Cry. She joins us on the Badass CEO podcast to talk about her journey from starting iFinance to leading it as one of Can…
 
This episode is part of the Culture Fit project that Carol recorded with her son-in-law Peter Cruz. In this episode, Carol, her cohost Peter Cruz, and their guest Ariel Salome discuss: Non-positional leadership and how everyone is a leader in their own right Being an active ally and status quo disruptor How you can create a safe and inclusive envir…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What it was like growing up in Seattle, being the daughter of the producers for the hit show, Bill Nye the Science Guy How over the course of a decade she accumulated her entrepreneurial skills by creating an organic sorbet, to baking and delivering custom cupcakes How never fully understanding what she wanted to …
 
Prolific New Testament scholar Craig Keener joins us to talk about modern miracles. Through numerous stories, his new book, Miracles Today: The Supernatural Work of God in the Modern World, demonstrates the miraculous works of God, which have been part of the experience of the church around the world since Christianity began, continue into the pres…
 
Stephanie Capuano saw a gap in the skincare market - what was out there for teenage boys? She searched on and offline and couldn’t find options let alone ones that weren’t filled with unnecessary and harsh chemicals. So as any entrepreneur does she set out to create a solution - 31st State. The skincare line is tailored for Gen Z teenage boys and a…
 
Angie Tebbe is on a mission to make vitamins cool. “I believe that if you’re going to start something from scratch, dream big,” says Tebbe, who left the Target merchant job she thought she’d retire from on a gut instinct that she should be doing something tied to wellness. Within 8 weeks of quitting, she hatched the idea for Rae Wellness, a brand o…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: How most of his childhood was spent outdoors in his hometown near Seattle How even as a kid he had an entrepreneurial spirit by upselling pizza slices to his schoolmates How his different jobs of working the door at nightclubs in San Francisco, to working in event planning and working music festivals gave him the …
 
What is the role of emotions in Christian discipleship? Many of us have learned to mistrust or ignore our emotions, but this creates a constricted and rigid spirituality. Becky Castle Miller helps us understand what emotions are and aren’t, how Jesus embodies human emotion, and why naming and working with our emotions is central to our discipleship…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What is was like growing up in Maryland as one of five siblings What his experience was like interning at the White House How moving to Boston with a new tech startup shifted his career path How being passionate about people and working in the startup world gave him the passion for being a “wantrepreneur” How losi…
 
Contemplative prayer is nice, sure, but is it really necessary? Pastor AJ Sherrill thinks so (we do, too). In his new book Being with God: The Absurdity, Necessity, and Neurology of Contemplative Prayer, AJ shows us how contemplative prayer is crucial not only for spiritual growth in the modern world, but also contributes to our mental health. Each…
 
In episode 36 of Mission: Impact, Carol, her guest, Anne Hilb discuss: How nonprofits can best handle conflict within the organization What steps can be taken to avoid conflict before it happens How to handle the hurt feelings that can linger in the wake of conflict Guest bio: Anne Hilb, MSOD is a community and culture architect, an expert at confl…
 
A growing need to fill the lack of equality of women in corporate board positions has inspired Bonnie Hageman to create WomenExecs on Boards Organization! Women Execs on Boards helps females find the right company to join the board once they have been through Harvard’s training program. She is also the CEO of EDA Inc., a premium capital firm focuse…
 
In This Episode You’ll Hear About: What it was like growing up in Scranton, Ohio where the hit show The Office, was based How growing up being active in sports and performing in front of others carried over throughout his life How his passion for wanting to express himself and entertain others led him to move to New York City How losing his first w…
 
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