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Insights and resources for Christian leaders to deepen your relationship with Christ, the congregation and your local community. The church and your community need you to lead. LeaderCast covers faith topics that trip us up, hold us back, and guide us forward…all so you can lead a movement of Jesus followers.
 
BIASed is a collection of stories focused on addressing common industry challenges, best practices, and cutting-edge solutions through interviews with our industry experts as well as other subject matter experts. Our goal is to provide valuable insight around Cloud, Managed Services and Database Management that your organization can leverage. We hope our stories inspire you and serve as a useful learning resource. Subscribe today!
 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH SPORTS was founded by Luis Orlando Gonzalez to give a voice back to the fan. To give voice to the ex player who knows the game better than the guy on TV who has his position not thru experience but thru his piece of paper and hard work and given the proper chance anyone, myself included ,wishes they had. To give voice to the cheerleader or dancer who knows the game loves the game and understands it so much they got themselves the best seats in the house. This site, This for ...
 
Confirmation Bias is the second vodcast presented by The League Ambassadors. Every real sports fan has a bias that they are looking to confirm. The Ambassadors bring that tendency to the forefront by exploring what’s happening in all sports (whether popular or not) and asking the question “Was your bias confirmed?” The homeboy hilarity, unabashed opinions and fervent sports enthusiasm of The League Ambassadors is running all thru this 30 minute show.
 
Paul Sullivan is the founder of BIAS, an award-winning inbound marketing agency. This podcast focuses on marketing, business development, technology and personal development for those that are involved in starting, running or developing a business. I get the real information that provides value and can be contentious but real. Look out for interviews with fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders whose journeys will provide insight and inspiration. If you would like me to cover specific issu ...
 
The Montreal Bias is a Habs-centric podcast hosted by Sean O’Neill and Zach Vanasse. The Montreal Bias delivers all the Bruins bashing, Leafs mocking and Sens lambasting a Canadiens fan could ever want, and it’s all served up with plenty of solid hockey sense, bad manners and impeccable taste.
 
50/50 is a series of hour long interviews with controversial subjects. The aim of this show is to conduct those interviews in the most biased manner possible...in both directions. The first 30 minutes of each interview is as cordial as possible with nothing but soft-balls. The last 30 minutes is as contentious as possible. Email: mattorchard5050@gmail.com
 
Follow me, Dave Smith (@SmitDawgTrill) on my journey to be known as one of the most controversial, opinionated, podcasters in the world. I'm on a mission to prove I don't need a degree in Mass Communications or Journalism to be one of the best Radio Hosts out here! I will leave no stone unturned, I will hold no punches, and anybody could get roasted in any episode. No one is safe. Welcome to The Recency Bias Podcast! Enjoy! Listener discretion is advised. There is profane language, so headph ...
 
In the medical world, I'm an internist and primary care doctor at Johns Hopkins. I see patients, do research on decision-making, uncertainty, and patient-doctor communication; I teach with residents; and I write about the complexities of healthcare. In the non-medical world, I write in English and Yiddish, translating as well between both languages. I publish poetry, short stories, and essays/journalism.
 
Brothers butting heads in an entertaining yet enlightening discussion on subjects where others fear to tread. On the confirmation bias podcast you will hear your hosts, Keith and Kevin Ledig discuss news and current events. We will smack talk, fact check, and smash ignorance. Topics for discussion include but are not limited to social, racial, and LGBT issues, politics, religion, economics, and pretty much everything that affects you. Local, national and global news will be discussed. This i ...
 
We're on the quest to uncover the world's greatest thoughts. By collecting ideas from a wide range of disciplines, we're piecing together the framework each person should develop to live a curious and exciting life. We don't stop there. Without doing, thoughts are worthless. We share with you exciting new hobbies and adventures to inspire you to challenge yourself to tackle new things. Over time these thoughts and activities stack on top of each other, creating a stronger you and a better co ...
 
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This week we are diving into the story of Alice H. Parker, an inventor and heating pioneer! If you have any thoughts about the podcast, please let me know! You can reach me via email at biasbender@gmail.com, or by finding the podcast on instagram and facebook, which are both @biasbender. And if you're really enjoying what you hear, please feel free…
 
My guest today is the anchor of Fox 5 News at 5 and 10 in New York City: Steve Lacy. Steve chose to discuss Phish's July 12, 1999 show at the Great Woods Amphitheater. Having grown up in Massachusetts, this was a hometown show for Steve. Not only that, but it was the band’s first show back at Great Woods after a wild weekend in 1995, and it felt li…
 
Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on Sportsnet Radio in Toronto, where he joined hosts Roger Lajoie to share some thoughts on plans being worked on for the NHL staring the 2020-21 season. Today’s radio segment can be heard using the player below or download any previous appearances for free on the MayorsManor iTunes page located he…
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/podcast Look for Episode 150. The Good. The Bad. The Ugly. And the Beautiful. That's a pretty good summary of life, isn't it? We're a combination of all of those elements in one marvelous human being. Today's episode features a conversation with Todd Richards, Associate Pas…
 
This week we are looking into the life and work of Pauli Murray, a prolific activist, lawyer, episcopal priest (among many other things)! We are also joined by Kim Jackson, the newly elected State Senator of Georgia. She gives us some insight into what it's like to run a successful campaign, and how her identity as the first openly queer person ele…
 
Welcome to the seventh mini-episode of Attendance Bias! Mini-episodes feature a breakdown of a single song or jam from a show that I’ve attended. I’ll pick a song or jam for any given reason—it was the highlight of the show, it meant something special to me, it's widely renown--who knows? Mini-episodes are posted on a bi-weekly basis in between ful…
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/148 Are you prone to action bias? Do you have an impulse to act in order to gain a sense of control over a situation and eliminate a problem? That's action bias. Or, do you tend to think about things, ponder them for a period of time, turn the idea over in your head, and co…
 
Bias Bender is back with new episodes! This week we are exploring the story of Lena Richard, a chef from Louisiana who brought what she knows best all across the country. We are also joined by Chef Lex (@cheflexgrant), a professional chef who just recently spent time cooking for the NBA in the Playoffs Bubble! I'm so excited to keep sharing with yo…
 
If you've been into the Phish scene for any amount of time, you've heard of, or been to a PhanArt show. For years, artists have creators have sold their wares outside of venues but it wasn't until relatively recently that they've had a localized, organized location to set up shop. And who got this whole shebang organized? Pete Mason--otherwise know…
 
Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to evaluate the performance of Kings GM Rob Blake over the past 12 months. Today’s radio segment can be heard using the player below or download any of our audio files for free on the MayorsManor iTunes page loc…
 
Welcome to the sixth mini-episode of Attendance Bias. Mini-episodes feature a breakdown of a single song or jam from a show that I’ve attended. I’ll pick a song or jam for any given reason—it was the highlight of the show, it meant something special to me, it's widely renown--who knows? Mini-episodes are posted on a bi-weekly basis in between full …
 
You can find show notes to this episode at https://transformingmission.org/podcast Are you naturally competitive or collaborative? Often, that's the dichotomy presented - especially in the church. But what if there is a third way? What if you compete so that everyone wins? Doing so necessitates collaboration. Today, Tim and Sara have a conversation…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of my conversation with Dartmouth College professor David Lutz about Camp Oswego, day two, on 7/18/99. If you haven't listened to Part 1, please go back and listen to it as its own separate episode and as a prelude to this episode. Part 1 focused on Dave's history as a Phish fan, his background, and how he ended up at Camp Oswego …
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/podcast What is the most courageous action you can take as a leader? Yes, we're really asking you. As you consider that question, listen to Episode 143 with Mariah Miskimen. Get ready to explore how her Clifton Strengths are intersecting with life, leadership, and maternity…
 
This week we are exploring the story of Priscilla, a woman whose journey across the Atlantic from Africa towards the rice plantations of Charleston, SC has been captured through rare records. Together we imagine what it would be like if every Black person in this country knew even a bit more about their ancestor's personal journey. We are also join…
 
Steve Lutz is a professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth University. He is also the most detail-oriented Phish fan I know. By coincidence, we both started seeing Phish at the same show (12/29/97), and met a few years later on a Phish-centric message board. Since then, we've geeked out about EVERYTHING related to the band. Dave's knowledge of…
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/142 Courageous conversations are not always easy conversations. But, they are the conversations that invite us to stay focused. As leaders, you continue to navigate a season with new obstacles continuing to emerge at regular intervals. I won't name all the obstacles you've …
 
This week we are hopping the pond for the first time on this podcast to talk about a Black British woman who shook things up in the late 60s and through the 70s. We are chatting about the activism of Olive Morris just in time for the UK's Black History Month! As always, please feel free to reach out with any suggestions or thoughts. You can reach m…
 
Welcome to the fifth mini-episode of Attendance Bias! Mini-episodes feature a breakdown of a single song or jam from a show that I’ve attended. I’ll pick a song or jam for any given reason—it was the highlight of the show, it meant something special to me, it's widely renown--who knows? Mini-episodes are posted on a bi-weekly basis in between full …
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/141 Are you someone who is always trying new things? Or, would you rather stick with the patterns, habits, and rituals that currently define your life? You're likely a little of both. And, depending on the circumstances, you might be ready for an experiment or wanting to ke…
 
The final four teams are about to kick off their race for the pennant and the crew at West Coast Bias are here to disseminate (without expressed written consent) all the goings on of October baseball in this, oh so odd and dare I say frightful, final month of the 2020 season.Contact Us: Twitter - @WestCoastBiasBBEmail - baseballshowpodcast@gmail.co…
 
Woo! We made it to ten episodes! This week we are unpacking the life and achievements of Alice Ball, an incredibly important chemist of the 20th century. We're talking about infectious disease, giving credit where credit is due, and the power of a young, passionate mind. Thank you so much for supporting the podcast so far. I'm always happy to hear …
 
Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on TSN Radio, where he joined host Kevin Olszewski to review what the Kings did at the recent NHL Draft, their salary cap situation, notes on some top prospects, and the team’s plans for free agency. NOTE: These two articles were referenced during the conversation: Anatomy of a Draft Pick – How the…
 
There is something about Phish's summer 1999 tour that deeply resonates with fans. On one hand, lots of fans see it an an underrated and underrepresented tour. On the other hand, everybody loves to talk about it! That's certainly the case with today's guest, Thom Epps of San Diego, CA. Thom threw me for a loop when he suggested this show, because h…
 
You can find show notes for this episode at https://transformingmission.org/140 Hope is not wishful thinking. For Marie Smith, "God is in every part of every step that I take." That's a deep, abiding hope. This episode of LeaderCast, we have a conversation with Marie about her top 5 CliftonStrengths (Woo, Positivity, Arranger, Communication, Includ…
 
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