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Whether you are feeling overwhelmed or absolutely ready to seize the moment, the Art of Dynamic Competence shows us how best align ourselves with whatever situation we find ourselves in, creating success in changing times. At its core, Dynamic Competence describes how we consciously understand the situations in which we find ourselves, allowing us to create equitable and balanced solutions for all concerned. Dynamic Competence is not static; it allows us to see our situation clearer, make be ...
 
As featured on Conan and The Tonight Show, Self-Helpless dives into all things self-improvement with Type A comedians Delanie Fischer, Kelsey Cook, and Taylor Tomlinson. Completely uncensored and special guests! BONUS episodes & exclusive rewards at patreon.com/selfhelpless
 
EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem and Stanford's Hoover Institution. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused th ...
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
 
In each episode, we talk with inspiring scientists, thinkers, and other self-actualized individuals who will give you a greater understanding of yourself, others, and the world we live in. Scott Barry Kaufman explores the depths of human potential and tries to get a glimpse into human possibility in every episode.
 
In each bite-sized, daily episode of Before Breakfast, host Laura Vanderkam shares a time management strategy or an answer to a listener’s schedule question. How can listeners make the most of their time, both at work and at home? The mission is to give listeners practical tools to feel less busy and get more done.
 
Donald Trump taught us to build multiple streams of income before The Internet existed. When Karen which is 20% of the people you will come across says "do one thing" you know you have advantage on this Homo Sapien. This podcast is a creative outlet in essence of: Art + $¢iènce = |novation. Long form polymath ¢rèative p0d¢@$t. Topics may include, 💰, π, anthropology, History, Mathematics, Philosophy, Team Work, Hard Work, Grit, and Discipline.
 
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Word Matters

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Word Matters

Merriam-Webster, New England Public Media

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Word Matters is a show for readers, writers, and anyone who's curious about the English language. Join Merriam-Webster editors as they challenge supposed grammar rules, reveal the surprising origins behind words, tackle common questions, and generally geek out about the beautiful nightmare that is our language.
 
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First, You Hustle

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First, You Hustle

Columbus College of Art & Design

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First, You Hustle is a program from the Columbus College of Art & Design Career Services office to guide students on how to start their creative careers. The program features advice from alumni and employer guests, segments with students, faculty and staff, and how-to-guides on special topics. Episodes are released monthly. ccad.edu
 
Winner of the Gold Award for Best Entertainment Podcast at the British Podcast Awards 2020. Susie Dent and Gyles Brandreth invite you to enhance your vocabulary, uncover the hidden origins of language and share their love of words. A Somethin' Else production. We love answering your wordy questions on the show so please do keep sending them into purple@somethinelse.com To buy SRWP mugs and more head to https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple
 
Need a creativity boost? Life’s hectic and art makes it better so here we are, promoting art-making and the sharing of good vibes. We interview fellow artists to find out their best tips, how they overcame their biggest challenges and how you can do the same.
 
Learn how you can better yourself, how to be more productive and how to take care of yourself. Every bite-sized show comes packed with practical advice and actionable tips. The Audio of Improvement is fast-paced but still insightful with real-world examples that you can apply - this is not your average self-improvement podcast.
 
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School of Motion Podcast

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School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion: Design & Animation Training for MoGraph Artists

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A show for MoGraph artists by MoGraph artists. We interview Designers, Animators, Producers, and other folks related to our industry. We get deep into the geeky world of Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, Photoshop and Illustrator. We talk about the business and art of Motion Design. Dig in.
 
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Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

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Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

Conversations about the business of art, inside the artist studio, and plei

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Savvy Painter is a bi-weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to expert painters about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Savvy Painter digs deep into the struggles and successes of contemporary painters. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy for them to believe their challenges are ...
 
Join Jim Cuno, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust, as he talks with artists, writers, curators, and scholars about their work. Listen in as he engages these important thinkers in reflective and critical conversations about architecture, archaeology, art history, and museum exhibitions.
 
Deconstructing the Arts industry and trying to piece it all together again. The Wise Fool Art Podcast is a journey through the Venn diagram of the global art world. Talking with artists, curators, art collectors, art forgers, art historians, art attorneys, museum directors and more. Episodes available twice weekly. Hosted by Matthew Dols
 
Your connection to the art and science of feeling really good… body, mind, and spirit. Turn on to the wisdom of your body as we connect your wellness dots by exploring whole person healing, from neuroscience and nutrition to sexual health and sleep. Join the wellness revolution and start speaking your body’s language.
 
The Uncommon communicator is the individual that has the enlightenment, to recognize in any situation, whether or not communication has occurred. This uncommon communicator takes ownership of the conversation and possess the skills to navigate and facilitate the conversation to mutual understanding. A communications major and a construction superintendent take on the common communication problems of our times. Taking on the experts as well as the Sophist of old to help bring clarity to the l ...
 
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Sharing things

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Sharing things

The University of Edinburgh

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Sharing things is about people and what makes them tick. It’s about their stories. Each episode is a conversation between two members of our university community. It could be a student, a member of staff or a graduate, the only thing they have in common at the beginning is Edinburgh. Sharing things also starts with an object. A special, treasured or significant item that we have asked each guest to bring to the conversation. The conversations are sometimes funny, sometimes moving and always ...
 
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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 29, 2022 is: career • \kuh-REER\ • verb The verb career means "to go at top speed in a headlong manner." // The tourists gripped their seats and exchanged anxious looks as the bus careered along the narrow roads. See the entry > Examples: "The planets coalesced out of the disk of gas and dust leftover f…
 
We have SO MANY choices these days — on what to watch, what to listen to, what to read. We know well the feeling of opening a streaming service and indefinitely scrolling instead of clicking ‘play’ because of the inability to make a choice. So how do we choose? How do we all decide what deserves our attention and what we should just scroll past? Af…
 
We finished last year with Steve Goyer’s story of how the traumatic loss of his wife helped him begin to experientially understand the difference between Beliefs that we hold onto and the development of a whole new Faith and Trust in God as well as the world we live in. In Episode 25, we start this year with Eileen Hamra’s story of how the tragedy …
 
Rebroadcast from 2020 -- new episodes up next week! Straight talk on all things coaching certification. Is it necessary to get certified? John Kim (The Angry Therapist) and Noelle Cordeaux (CEO of JRNI Coaching) are teaming up to tackle the big world of positive psychology, meaning, and life coaching. Everything Life Coaching is brought to you by t…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 28, 2022 is: myopic • \mye-OH-pik\ • adjective Myopic means "not able to clearly see objects that are far away" (that is, "being nearsighted"). Figuratively, it means "lacking in foresight or discernment" or "narrow in perspective and without concern for broader implications." // The corrective eye surg…
 
In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Kimberly Brown. Kimberly is a career and leadership development expert a speaker and podcast host whose mission is to empower women and people of color in the workplace. Her personal and professional development company, Manifest Yourself, provides in-person and virtual workshops, trai…
 
Christopher Schaberg talks about his book, Pedagogy of the Depressed, on episode 398 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Coming soon… Resources Satsuma mandarins Pedagogy of the Depressed @ass_deans on Twitter Robin DeRosa’s website The attention economy, by Jenny O’Dell The Book of Delights, by Ross Gay The Hundreds, by L…
 
In this episode, I talk to Forward Party’s founder Andrew Yang about the future of American democracy. Andrew shares the insights he’s learned from his presidential and mayoral campaigns. His major realization is that America’s two-party system is designed for polarization and dysfunction. With the media and the internet further inciting division, …
 
Have you ever found yourself in a flow state while creating? A place where distractions don’t exist and all of your creativity is available to you. Is it something you struggle to duplicate with consistency? On this episode, I’m going to define what a flow state is, how we experience it, why it matters to our practice, and how to create it on purpo…
 
Teachers are always looking for ways to connect with their communities, and today's episode will give you a plethora of ideas on how to do so. Candido is joined by Levar Robinson to talk about understanding and being a part of the community in which you teach, how to connect with families, and how to help students bring art to the spaces around the…
 
Welcome to a dive into the Sharing things archive and a selection of 5 episodes that revolve around the themes of belonging, fitting in and finding your place. These are conversations about growth and about identity. In the first episode we revisit the conversation between Ellen Blunsdon and Rachel Weiss and listen to them as they talk about dying …
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 27, 2022 is: ziggurat • \ZIG-uh-rat\ • noun A ziggurat is an ancient Mesopotamian temple that resembles a pyramid having successive stages with outside staircases and a shrine at the top. The word is used figuratively for any structure having stages or steps. // The tourists stared with awe at the ancie…
 
We discussed: – being on a reality TV show – the value of scarcity – the evolution of the auction market – artist royalties – Intellectual Property rights – Art as a commodity – certificates of authenticity – provenance – benefit auctions People + Places Mentioned: – Cosgrove Meurer Productions – https://cosgrovemeurer.com – National Geographic TV …
 
There is seemingly more collaboration going on in the workplace than ever before. People are working and talking across teams, and within teams, using a wide array of communication channels. As a result, employees, managers, and CEOs alike can feel pulled in a ton of different directions, by a ton of different asks, and find their actual productivi…
 
Michael Mercil, Emeritus Professor of Art has created sculpture, drawing, painting, landscape architecture, film, and performance for regional and national exhibitions. His installations at Ohio State have included bean fields by the Wexner Center and a virtual pasture of Shetland sheep. He joins host David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellenc…
 
Follow us on Instagram: The_Uncommon_Communicator Find our public group on Facebook: The Uncommon Communicator Don't forget about LinkedIn : The Uncommon Communicator Podcast But most of all, email us your questions, concerns and recommendations to: theuncommoncommunicator@outlook.com Like, follow and send in your reviews to your favorite Podcast p…
 
Have you ever wanted to direct for the biggest name in tech? Is it even possibly to juggle design and animation with a directing career? What is it like to work in After Effects and Cinema 4D in the morning and step onto a set at night? We sat down with Shane Griffin, an artist and director out of New York, about running the Apple live event for th…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 26, 2022 is: bamboozle • \bam-BOO-zul\ • verb Bamboozle means "to deceive, trick, or confuse." // The legal advisor bluntly said to his client, "Don't be bamboozled into saying 'yes' to something you don't agree with." // Inexperienced investors are often bamboozled by the volatility of the stock market…
 
Usually, a word begins with a literal, concrete meaning. (Like concrete, for example.) Then, eventually, it starts being used metaphorically. (Hey again, concrete!) But with these words, that's not the case. These words began as metaphors and then went backwards. Then: what's the difference between ferment and foment? Hosted by Emily Brewster, Ammo…
 
The Punisher has always been a complicated Marvel antihero: a man whose creator imagined him as a reaction to the failures of government at home and in the Vietnam War. So why is the Punisher’s trademark dripping skull insignia — a menacing image used throughout history to denote imminent death — being painted on police vehicles, adopted by members…
 
Could aliens 'speak' in chemicals? Could they converse in electricity? Would they be able to hear us? In the absence of a Star Trek-style universal translator, how would you talk to an alien newly arrived on Planet Earth?Dr Hannah Little is a science communicator, linguist and comedian. She joins Michael Rosen for some fascinating thought experimen…
 
After a quick word about next week's NOW Conference, Tim pulls an interview from the archives with Lena Rodriguez. In this discussion, they dive into one of Lena's favorite mediums, and gives advice on how to get started. Listen as they talk about why kids love encaustic painting, the materials you need to get started, and even a couple lessons for…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 25, 2022 is: quip • \KWIP\ • noun A quip is a clever remark or a witty or funny observation or response. // They traded quips over a beer. See the entry > Examples: "[Ronald Reagan] faced the age question during his reelection campaign in 1984, when he was only 73. In his debate against Democrat Walter …
 
Pop your dirtiest salopettes on and join us as we race both on-piste and off-piste through the exciting language of winter sports. Separate your luge from your skeleton, your skates from your skis, and find out who put the bob in bobsleigh. Elsewhere Gyles interrogates Susie on the “ask gap” and they’re in danger of melting the ice with a long chat…
 
Synne Tollerud Bull, Dragan Miletic, and I discussed: – the benefits of New Genre education – the need for peer groups – working collaboratively – video art in the art market – artistic motivations – artistic research – not being afraid of failure – benefits of critiques – having children – artist residencies People + Places mentioned: San Francisc…
 
This week, I’m speaking with Michael Daddio, Founder and Principal of premier artisanal building firm, M. Daddio, Inc. Mike is a third-generation contracting professional, skilled carpenter, and effective leader with a thorough understanding of the process required to bring a highly detailed project from concept to successful completion. Throughout…
 
How long does it take to make friends — for someone you meet who's a potential friend, to turn into an actual friend? If you're out of college and not a young adult anymore, you know that it sure feels like it's a process that takes an awfully long time. Well my guest has actually crunched the numbers on this question and has the numerical figures …
 
Kenan Zekic is a design educator and multidisciplinary designer interested in social impact design. Until July 2021, he worked as a Full Professor at the International University of Sarajevo. Currently, he is starting a nonprofit organization INDI+E (Innovation, Design + Education), and works as an independent design consultant and creative directo…
 
This week the girls are reflecting on The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. They cover every agreement from this world-renowned book and share personal experiences related to each. Grab the book and tune in to generate your actions steps for implementing these life-changing guidelines to personal freedom! Also, be sure to check out Don Miguel Rui…
 
Love it or hate it, but you've definitely heard it: the so-called "smooth jazz" of saxophonist Kenny G. Filmmaker Penny Lane talks about her documentary, Listening to Kenny G with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. They discuss the pursuit of perfection, the power of vulnerability in art, and why Kenny G is loved by the people and reviled by the critics.…
 
Thank you to this episode's sponsor: Chaos Dave's Veil-Touched. Check it out here! https://gamefound.com/projects/draft/m56v1l6vemgcar7qkfrf27jmh1y?refcode=kECRkPDWCUuzCUTDfWag4Q On todays episode, Scott and Jon discuss Kickstarters they have backed and why! Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trappedunderplastic Support the Show w…
 
We all have time, we all have expectations about how we want it emptied or filled, and we have a lot of hard, busy, stressful days that we need to manage so we don’t lose our minds. It’s a front-burner challenge pretty much all the time. Today I want to go a bit higher level and share some essential mindsets or mantras that will impact your time ma…
 
Ready for more Kailene Falls, food illustrator and Japanese tv personality? This week she talks about her unique style of approaching food illustration. She’ll inspire you to make art, eat food, then make food art! Tweet Us! @etchr_lab Watch this full episode in video form on our Youtube Channel Ready to make more art? Check out our workshops! Brow…
 
Today my guest is Steve Fretzin. Steve is one of the giants in the legal marketing and business development space. I wanted to have Steve on today for a couple of different reasons, principally because he's got a new book called Legal Business Development Isn't Rocket Science. And isn't that the truth? It summarizes some of the things written in th…
 
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for January 24, 2022 is: intemperate • \in-TEM-puh-rut\ • adjective Intemperate means "having extreme conditions" or "having or showing a lack of emotional calmness or control." // The plant is able to survive in intemperate climates. // The journalist apologized for her intemperate rant against the mayor. See the …
 
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