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Dedicated to liberation in all its forms, Deconstructing Yourself is passionate about fearlessly investigating, attempting, and questioning all things to do with awakening, meditation, mindfulness, brain hacking, consciousness, neurofeedback, and more. Your host Michael W. Taft interviews some of the most interesting thinkers, authors, and teachers around, as well as other offerings. In this hard-hitting, radical, and fun podcast we look at secular post-, non-, un- Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, ...
 
Shawn Williams and Ryan Trimble deconstruct politics, government, sports, entertainment current events, all things Dallas and all things Texas. An Allyn Media production. Deconstructing Dallas has garnered multiple awards. The podcast was internationally recognized with a 2021 Hermes Creative Award and a 2021 Communicator Award, and was part of Allyn Media's work that helped the firm win D CEO's Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2021 for Equity Leadership, out of fellow finalists th ...
 
Breaking down the complex issues of workers' compensation into bite-sized nuggets, one conversation at a time. Yvonne Guibert and Rafael Gonzalez approach workers' comp conversations from very different backgrounds: marketing and legal! But they also share many things in common, such as their love for family and friends and a passion for Latin culture. Join them as they chat with industry friends and colleagues to learn more about their roles and have some fun along the way. See you soon! ¡H ...
 
Frontier has a long and rich history of investing in mutual funds and having managed billions of dollars in strategies made up of actively managed and index mutual funds. We bring deep knowledge and access to what we believe to be some of the best investment managers anywhere. These experts need to stay on top of economic trends, the political environment, and the direction of developments worldwide. They also need to have in-depth knowledge of the businesses that drive our economy and secur ...
 
Deconstructing Dinner is a podcast/radio show that broadcast between 2006 through 2011 with a brief return of a handful of episodes in 2014. Almost 200 episodes are available on topics ranging from corporate consolidation, animal welfare, urban food production and the local and good food movements. With host Jon Steinman.
 
Hello, my name is Eric Harding, and I want to deconstruct a few things. From politics to pop culture, we have been conditioned to think inside the box. Let's dive into events in history, explore the formation of societies and cultures, talk about the construction of masculinity and gender, investigate the complexities of sexuality, reward our curiosity for knowledge, and rejoice in our shared humanity. Hopefully we touch some hearts and minds along the way. Join me in deconstructing us!
 
Steve Jobs once said, “You can't connect the dots looking forward you can only connect them looking backwards.” And that’s exactly what the Deconstructing Success podcast does each week when host Chris Winfield interviews and "connect the dots" in the journeys of top entrepreneurs, writers, artists and business people from around the world. Discover the real story of how they “made it” and how they actually work each day, earn money, stay motivated and live their lives. Find out their exact ...
 
"Politics follow our culture, not the other way around.” With Elisa, you’ll get weekly breakdowns of our ever-changing American culture and political system and how to cope with it. Here you will find clarity in a chaotic world. Elisa will deconstruct news, movies, music, books and viral videos. Listeners are especially riveted with the occasional story time; filled with true stories of polygamy, angry liberals and the life of a Western Utah gal in East Coast Florida. Find her on Instagram, ...
 
Ever wonder what happens behind closed doors when it comes to real success? I know I have & this is exactly why this show was created. I have an insatiable desire when it comes to learning from the best in the world and an obsession with how successful people think, operate and execute. I want to know what sets these people apart from the average person. Each week, my focus is to have intimate conversations with successful CEOs, Founders, Athletes, experts and leaders that have created (extr ...
 
Does the Duchess of Malfi have any resonance with modern-day audiences? Are it’s themes of politics and revenge still relevant today? Since it was originally published in the seventeenth century the play has been interpreted in a variety of ways, each different director examining the story and realising a unique translation of the work. In 2010 the Greenwich Theatre performed The Duchess of Malfi and in this collection we follow the cast and crew as they analyse the language used by John Web ...
 
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Root and Branch is a comic that flirts with the fantasy genre, but is more concerned about a clash of cultures: a traveling elf meeting humans for the first time. This is a web comic, created by Pink Pitcher, that’s still going strong in its seventh year, and currently has a Kickstarter going. Tim and Adam critique.…
 
Inflation at 5%, 10-year treasury yields at 1.5%, how is that sustainable? In the post-COVID investment environment of explosive growth coinciding with inflation concerns, it seems implausible that interest rates could remain this low. However, for my entire career, investors have decried, “Interest rates are just about to rise, so watch out!”. But…
 
Bret Cade, senior sales executive with Ascential Care Partners, lives in the Greater Atlanta area and has enjoyed a successful career in the workers' comp industry. Recently he sat down with Yvonne and Rafael and chatted about his career in the workers compensation industry. While he graduated from college with the dream to become a sports broadcas…
 
Shawn Williams and Ryan Trimble welcome Christine Perez, Editor of D CEO, on Deconstructing Dallas by way of the MZ Virtual Studios in Cyberspace. From the days of hobby writing as a young girl to winning the 2021 Editorial Excellence Awards, Perez shares her journey in learning from the best in the business in our "can-do" city of Dallas. Founded …
 
In today's episode I am joined by actor, writer and producers Barry Duffield (Spartacus, Xena Warrior Princess and Full Throttle: The Ernie Williams Story) and Ova Saopeng (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tide, Go to Sleep a Lao Ghost Story and Warsol an the Scarlet Bamboo which is in preproducrion) We talk about the Hollywood side of making …
 
Jessica breaks down badger love in Shelly Laurenston's latest Pride spinoff. How much did she enjoy the advanced reader copy ? Also: Find out what's to come for Halloween month! Breaking Badger by Shelly Laurenston is out August 31st, available at all major retailers. Mentioned Link: https://www.twitch.tv/jurnisplays Thanks to Patrons The Elms Sist…
 
Shonen manga are known for putting their protagonists in systems that they must work their way up through in a series of competitions. In Air Gear, by Ito Ougure under the name Oh! Great, the competitions are races on gravity-defying inline skates. While this manga also includes some aspects that could be judged age-inappropriate, there is fun to b…
 
Is Matt Canning‘s Honeymoon in the Afterlife about dying? Is it about life? Unlike some inscrutable comics we’ve discussed recently, this one isn’t frustrating; it’s intriguing, layered, and nuanced, and stands up to — no, demands — repeat readings. Tim and Ryan C. (who wrote a review of the book last fall) discuss. The In Common review of Honeymoo…
 
Cathy Guisewite‘s longrunning comic strip Cathy is still a topic of discussion, 11 years after it ended. While it may sometimes seem as if topics like sexual harassment and body image are new fields discovered in the last five or ten years, Cathy was bringing them up in the ’80s and ’90s. Comedian Jamie Loftus wanted to dig in and have a discussion…
 
If you don't know Ya'Sheaka Williams, you ought to! She is one of the absolute best in the business. She is young, already with a good number of years of experience under her belt, she is smart, honest, funny, kind and genuinely interested in doing the right thing. In this episode, Yvonne and Rafael chat with Ya'Sheaka about her career, how she got…
 
Purgatory, by Don Juan Mancha III, anubisazp, and nikokosi, is an unusual comic in that most of the character in it claim to be dead. But in most cases, it’s unclear if they really are. Or is it a way of talking about schizophrenia? Unclear. What’s the plot of this comic? Also unclear. At least, to Tim and Graeme it is. In this episode, they try to…
 
Heading into Labor Day Weekend, Yvonne and Rafael pause to wish you and your family a fun, safe and peaceful weekend. We have enjoyed our podcasting journey thus far and we hope you have too. Please take a moment to subscribe to Deconstructing Comp on your favorite podcast platform, and we would love it if you give us a rating and review. This help…
 
After fifteen years of cartooning for The New Yorker, Joe Dator has a deep catalog of published work – and a pretty deep catalog of UNpublished work as well (it’s a competitive business!). So in his new book Inked: Cartoons, Confessions, Rejected Ideas and Secret Sketches from the New Yorker’s Joe Dator, Joe includes not only some of his best New Y…
 
In this episode, Yvonne and Rafael chat with Brian Allen, Vice President Governmental Affairs at Mitchell Pharmacy Solutions. Brian is one of the smartest and fascinating individuals in our industry and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Tune into this conversation as we learn about the interesting and varied twists and turns of Brian's career.…
 
Prolific manga creator Taiyo Matsumoto’s Ping Pong is, nominally, a sports manga, but it doesn’t stick to the tropes. It presents table tennis matches that take place in a small town, not at a major tournament in Tokyo; often it doesn’t even show the end of a match! In some ways it functions as a parody of the genre. Kumar and Dana discuss this fun…
 
In this episode, Yvonne and Rafael chat with Jennifer Wolf of International Association of Industrial Accident Boards & Commissions (IAIABC) founded 107 years ago. Jenn is the executive director of IAIABC. She is an absolute gem of a person and a delight to engage with in conversation. Our industry is so lucky to have her...she is smart, she has a …
 
Midnight Highway is a horror comic on which all the creators are firing on all cylinders. Well, most of them. Tim and Jason discuss the first issue of this comic by Mike Tener, Alex Maday, Dave Lentz, Alexander Malyshev, Hedwin Zaldivar, and Alex Monik!על ידי Tim and Jason
 
Zen teacher, author, and poet Henry Shukman talks with host Michael Taft about Mountain Cloud Zen Center, Henry’s series on the Waking Up app, meditation for awakening vs. meditation as a “band aid,” the role of psychotherapy in spiritual practice, the power of working in the “old way,” the path of working with Zen koans as the journey of a lifetim…
 
In today's episode we talk to Historian and Black Living History Interpreter Marvin-Alonzo Greer. We discuss the black reenacting experience, racism and white supremacy in the hobby, being a reenactor vs living historian, and how to grow the community of reenactors of color. Marvin also known as MAG the Historian ( https://magthehistorian.com/) is …
 
This week, from our archive of Patreon podcasts, Tim and Mulele discuss the movie Thor: The Dark World in another edition of “Tim Catches Up with the MCU”! It’s one of the lowest-rated MCU movies on Rotten Tomatoes. How do our opinions track with the RT users? Wayne Manor Memoirs podcast Our supporters on Patreon…
 
Yvonne and Rafael talk with Mark Pew, also known as the Rx Professor. Mark shares some recent, somewhat unsettling news, that has caused him to switch gears quickly, resulting in the launch of The RxProfessor, LLC. We are super excited about Mark's future in our industry. For many years he has been a prolific writer, speaker and presenter, focusing…
 
We take a break from releasing our banked episodes and jump in with an episode that took place just days ago! Dan has been a home owner for months now and you wouldn't believe the crap he went through to buy the house and then it gets down right gross when he moves in! Ginger's Son inherits his love for Batman comics and almost kills him playing fo…
 
Neil Gibson is back! Tim and Mulele have discussed his Twisted Dark anthology series more than once, and Koom once interviewed him for DCP at a London con. His new two-part graphic novel Theatrics, with art by Leonardo Gonzalez, is the best work we’ve seen from him to date. Tim and Adam critique. Buy Theatrics from Amazon…
 
The big macro-economic surprise in 2021 is INFLATION! The latest CPI-U year-over-year inflation print for the 12 months ending May 2021 is 5%. Regardless of whether the rise in general prices – influenced by the sectors of energy, lumber, or used cars – has been lumpy or not, it does appear that most of us are witnessing pockets of inflation in our…
 
You may be puzzled by a book titled Lights, Planets, People; we certainly were. But when we read it, we found that Molly Naylor and Lizzy Stewart’s graphic novel is a story with multiple levels, communicated in multiple ways, including through the shifting art style and color palette. It’s a book about an astronomer who … Continue reading #705 “Lig…
 
Jessica returns with an enemies to lovers trope in Dear Enemy, the first in Kristen Callihan's current Amazon series. Does Macon Saint deserve Delilah Baker? Let's find out! Jessica's review of "Make it Sweet": https://damselspodcast.com/2021/03/31/make-it-sweet-by-kristen-callihan/ Thanks to Patrons The Elms Sisters, Kelly of Boobies & Noobies, Ke…
 
Although it’s currently only available digitally, Adora and the Distance, by Marc Bernardin, Ariela Kistantina, Bryan Valenza, and Bernardo Brice, has garnered a fair amount of mainstream attention (Vanity Fair, Syfy) — reportage that doesn’t even seem aware of the fact that it’s spoiling the book’s twist ending. Of course, we’ll have to spoil it ……
 
Continuing with “How Much Stan Can You Stand?”, this time Tim and Emmet take on Stan Lee’s 2002 memoir (with George Mair), Excelsior! The Amazing Life of Stan Lee. How does it differ from his later memoir Amazing Fantastic Incredible? Have you had all the Stan you can stand? Or should we review more books … Continue reading #704 “Excelsior! The Ama…
 
In this episode, Ginger struggles to deal with his children's anxiety and depression. Two of them visit the hospital, but it's not like it was when he was a kid. It's accepted. It's talked about. It might just be the cool thing to do among their peers? Another overcomes her anxiety and pandemic fears only to be treated like absolute crap for no rea…
 
Yvonne and Rafael catch up with Danielle Lisenbey, President of Medrisk. In this episode, she talks about the laughs she gets from watching her 2 year old grandson try to fit into his "Papa's shoes"; what it has been like to transition from Broadspire to Medrisk during the pandemic; how she got into the workers' comp industry; how she developed her…
 
NK Jemisin and Jamal Campbell‘s Far Sector takes the Green Lantern concept (it’s published by DC) to comment on race relations and the police. Emmet and Kumar discuss the book’s storytelling strategy; whether main character Jo has made a believable choice in becoming a (space) cop; compare novelist Jemisin to other prose writers who have … Continue…
 
Tune in to hear Shawn and Ryan break things down with Jason Stanford, co-author of New York Times bestselling book, Forget the Alamo. Stanford discusses how he and co-authors Bryan Burrough and Chris Tomlinson came to write this historical piece and the most recent events that led to its flying off library shelves. If you’re still waiting for your …
 
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