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The Making Waves Podcast is all about endurance sports. Training, racing, and stories that take you deep into the mind of endurance athletes. What drives you to train, participate and achieve? We hear from inspiring athletes, coaches, and stakeholders in the community at large. Their origins, their struggles and what makes them push forward. Your host is Tim Richmond of Max Performance, USA Triathlon Certified Coach & Race Director who has executed 80+ multisport events, including USA Triath ...
 
Successful executives cannot always play it safe. They make waves. This podcast explores the gap between potential and results in business. This is a show for people who seek career success. If you desire motivation, ideas, inspiration, and the chance to learn from people who are living their dreams, then “Making Waves at C-Level” (Formerly “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do”) should be added to your subscribed “must hear” podcasts. This show was designed to help people get “unstuck” in their car ...
 
Tom Prather is an award-winning television/film director that has worked with some of the world's most influential people while behind the camera for the past 20 years. In this show, he sets off on a journey to find out how champion athletes, hall of fame musicians, maverick entrepreneurs, and inspiring humans make waves in their own lives and careers. Making Waves with Tom Prather hopes to bring engaging stories with unique perspectives that will inspire its listeners to make a splash in th ...
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
The Making Conversation: Australian Composers Podcast is a series of interviews with Australian composers around the country and internationally. In the second half of 2016, a team of 10 emerging music journalists busily recorded and produced 30 episodes, for release weekly from Friday 21 April 2017. Listeners can expect to hear about: creative motivation, studying, working a portfolio career, juggling creativity with day jobs and parenting, technique, productivity, gender, growing up with m ...
 
accessAtlanta is a new podcast that shares the best things to do, see, eat and experience in Atlanta. We’ll bring you the stories that make our eclectic city one of a kind, and take you behind the scenes in a town where we create movies, music and art making waves around the world. Every week, we’ll share with you some of the best places to eat, play, and live out loud in the ATL. Join us and let us be your guide to a city that we know best.
 
Welcome to the Daugherty Water for Food Podcast! Since 2010, the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska has worked toward one goal: a food and water secure world — one in which global food security is ensured without compromising the use of water to meet other essential human and environmental needs. It’s a daunting vision, but one that is vitally important. This podcast amplifies the voices of those making waves in this space.
 
Welcome to Curating the Curious, the podcast that celebrates staying curious and creative in life and never settling into a box. Hosted by former inner-city elementary teacher, television actress, LA realtor, wine slinger, waitress, salesperson, professional photographer, and forever student of life…me! LeAnna Azzolini. Join me as I introduce you to some of the most curious and creative people I've met along the way throughout my many past lives. Each person that I've chosen to sit down and ...
 
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Episode 636 of "Making Waves at C-Level" is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members through insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive. This episode is an in-depth interview with Arie Stavchansky, founder and CEO of…
 
Kay King, a birth activist, fundraiser and project manager for maternity sector charities. Kay is campaigning to restore adequate indemnity insurance that is required for independent midwives to practise. Kay talks about her life as a doula and the campaign Childbirth Choices Matter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This episode is a conversation with Leslie Ehm, the author of the new book "Swagger". She is a powerhouse, so fasten your seatbelt as this episode goes fast and she shares a lot of idea. About Leslie Ehm Leslie Ehm will reach into your soul, pull out your most powerful authentic self, and help release your badass swagger into the waiting world. For…
 
This week we’ll hear from one of the architects of Memphis soul. While many of the Stax Records originators are gone, William Bell is still here. And the soulful, horn-driven Stax music and the Memphis sound are still here, too. Now Bell, 81 and an Atlanta resident, is being honored as a creator of the soul that put Memphis in the pantheon of Ameri…
 
From traveling around the world to studying the work of the Old Masters, Kellee Quinn has done it all. She shares her stories and views on making art, inspired by all things from the past. Her motherhood and breastfeeding work is in a league of it's own, and this episode gives insight as to why. There are no words to describe how much I enjoyed cre…
 
Like all forms of art and culture, the visual arts have had to find new ways to do things. This week, we’ll hear from one artist who has a new show that is going the virtual route. Photographer Keris Salmon’s new exhibition “To Have and To Hold” is part of her series exploring the legacy of slavery through landscapes, architecture and text. This ex…
 
Michael O'Brien is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Executive Coaching. Before surviving his near-death cycling accident that he calls his Last Bad Day, Michael created an award-winning sales and marketing career that took him from a territory rep to the executive suite with the responsibility of leading a thousand-person team and managing a $4B …
 
The big debate: Who and what is truly original? Does the consumption of social media help or hinder our creativity? With the help of Austin Kleon and his book Steal Like an Artist, we cover these topics along with all of the differing opinions floating around today. Stealing, copying, fake it 'til you make it...all of these words and phrases can de…
 
Kate O’Neill, known as both the “Tech Humanist” and “Optimistic Futurist,” is helping humanity prepare for an increasingly tech-driven future. Her research, writing, speaking, and advocacy all concentrate on the impact of data and emerging technologies on current and future human experiences — from both a business perspective, in terms of innovatio…
 
Crystal Powers, research and extension communication specialist with the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute (DWFI) and Nebraska Water Center interviews University of Nebraska-Lincoln communications professor Jessica Walsh about her 2019 project Nitrates in Nebraska: A Multimedia Journalism Project on the Impact of Nitrate Contamination in th…
 
This week, we’ll hear from a decluttering expert and TV host who now lives in Georgia. Matt Paxton, formerly of the A&E show “Hoarders,” now hosts a show on PBS called “Legacy List With Matt Paxton.” The Suwanee resident rummages through collectibles and heirlooms found in attics, cellars and closets, helping baby boomers pare down their stuff as t…
 
Wondering what this title is all about? You'll just have to listen to find out. Today's episode with Laura Aziz was simply amazing and so much fun to record. Laura has been my Morning Pages Guru since the end of last year and it's high time that everybody gets a taste of all she has to say. If you're interested in embarking on a Morning Pages journ…
 
The Founder of Bloom Mary Jane is Scott McDowell better known as Strategic Scott on social media. He is a Maryland native who relocated to Colorado in 2016 after spending almost a decade in NYC working in the music industry. Upon arrival in Colorado Scott launched Strategic Leverage, LLC a boutique marketing agency. Strategic Leverage has a very ni…
 
Amanda Sizemore is the owner at Twin Flame Tea. She founded the company almost two years ago. The idea came to her one afternoon walking through a farmer’s market with her significant other. She was craving an organic iced tea with real herbs. A tea with beautiful hand blended leaves, not the fanning’s you usually find at the grocery store. This cr…
 
In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level" we hear from Dr. Ivan Misner. He is the founder of BNI and a very smart man who has built a large company and helped many other people find success through the connections they make in business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The path to creative fulfillment is one that so many of us are searching for...but how do we stay focused and true to course? The switch from "self to service" mindset can never fail you. Paying attention rather than seeking attention is yet another important layer. As Joseph Gordon Levitt said, "if your creativity is driven by a desire to get atte…
 
This week, we’ll talk about love songs as we approach Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s a day of celebration, an occasion for cynicism or sadness or simply a day you like to ignore, we’ve got a song to fit your mood. Melissa Ruggieri joins us on this week’s podcast to talk about sweet songs of love, and the songs of heartbreak that sometimes go along w…
 
Episode 629 is an interview with Jon Kazarian, CEO and Founder of Accelevents. He has a great story of growing Accelevents during the pandemic and shares a lot advice for business leaders on how to pivot and grow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Thom Singer
 
Missionary Irene Manley has spent most of her life helping those who have become disenfranchised in Nepal and Mongolia. Irene talks about her life and paints a vivid picture of what it’s like to live and work in these extraordinary cultures See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Episode 628 looks at how small and mid-sized companies can grow through acquisition like the big companies. In this conversation, Ryan Snow shares his experience in helping entrepreneurs scale their companies. About Ryan SnowRyan Snow is the co-author of the Best-Selling Book, The Miracle Morning for Salespeople, with Hal Elrod. As an author, train…
 
Continuing our Club Series - get to know Wheelworks Multisport! We have a 5 member round table about not only their club which is located in/around the Boston area and their training locations, but also about special training events, their diversity initiatives this year. Plus we dive deep into what’s happening with the Boston Marathon and the Max …
 
This week, we offer up a few ideas for wintertime fun. Winter is often the time when we cherish quiet weekends inside, cuddled up in our favorite blankets, binge-watching movies and comforted with take-out and wine. But, if you’re looking for ways to get out of the house in these colder months, freelance writer Nina Hemphill Reeder will bring us a …
 
In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level" the conversation goes deep into marketing, culture, growth-hacks, etc... Scott Martin is an expert in branding, marketing, and strategy. He shares his insights in this candid conversation with Making Waves host, Thom Singer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Everything we do in life is art. From the food that we make, to way that we drink our tea. Today's guest Zoe Wittering is one of my favorite examples of this. By taking a look through her films and photos you can feel the way she takes in beauty from the every day occurrence and turns it into art. Her voice reminds me of listening to a calming medi…
 
DWFI executive director Peter McCornick co-hosts with Gus Hurwitz, the Menard director of the Nebraska governance and technology center at the University of Nebraska. Law is a key focus of the conversation. Water regulations, and the subsidies and penalties that follow them, are not easy to change when a major weather event impacts water storage an…
 
Thom Singer sits down with Ray Abram to talk about networking, career advancement, human connection, and success in this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level".Ray Abram is an author, speaker, and workshop creator.After many years in business, Ray decided to take his learnings about networking to sales organizations around the world.Ray Abram’s messa…
 
We are joined today by Melissa Hunter, board member of New England TriFit. They are a welcoming Triathlon Club based in the area of Route 495 south and 95 near Mansfield & Sharon. Melissa shares the history of the club, member perks, training sessions at Lake Massapoag and we talk about parenthood in balancing fitness as she is a proud new mom! Tha…
 
This week, we hear from the artist who created one of the city’s finest monuments to the late Henry ‘Hank’ Aaron. Jan. 22 was a sad day for sports fans, for Atlanta and for the world. One of baseball’s all-time greats, Henry “Hank” Aaron, died at age 86. The homer hero has been honored in many ways, for his work both on the field and off, and one o…
 
In the wake of losing one of our brightest stars in the photography world, Jodye Sabatini of Yo.Saba.Saba I've been asking myself this question. What legacy do you want to leave behind as an artist and as a person? The topic of legacy can be discussed in so many ways, but I wanted to find a way to pay tribute to Jodye and her legacy that she left w…
 
We meet singer songwriter Anita Gabrielle who has produced an EP which will raise funds for research into Parkinson’s Disease. Anita has been working in the music industry since the 1980’s and has spent her life fighting against injustices; And Yvonne Witter, a leader of the Peak District Mosaic group and an Ordnance Survey Get Outside Champion who…
 
We meet singer songwriter Anita Gabrielle who has produced an EP which will raise funds for research into Parkinson’s Disease. Anita has been working in the music industry since the 1980’s and has spent her life fighting against injustices; One of the songs on Anita Gabrielle’s latest EP describes how her parents met in Brussels at the end of the w…
 
Yvonne Witter, a leader of the Peak District Mosaic group and an Ordnance Survey Get Outside Champion who dedicates most of her free time to encouraging black and minority ethnic groups to step outside the city and enjoy nature. Yvonne loves being outdoor and as leader of the Peak District Mosaic Group and an Ordnance Survey Get Outside Champion, i…
 
This episode was originally recorded for the "Webinar Talk Show". The conversation is a powerful chat and Thom Singer knew he had to share it here with the "Making Waves at C-Level".Analog Astronaut Beth Mund talks about her recent NASA mission laying the groundwork for NASA go to Mars. Beth is a Space Communications Evangelist, public affairs offi…
 
This week, we’ll visit some exceptional Atlanta landmarks. We all know that metro Atlanta is a one-of-a-kind place, but there are some things here that are especially noteworthy as the oldest or the first. True landmarks. For a boost of civic pride, join us for this week’s podcast as we discuss a few of these Atlanta originals with freelance writer…
 
Do you ever feel like you've got to be completely fearless in order to put yourself out there, be brave, and take risks in life? Sarah has decided that she is simply overly optimistic. Join us as I chat with Sarah Krieg. One of the funniest and most talented ladies out there in the creative world right now. She's a filmmaker, photographer, educator…
 
This week, we take a look ahead into 2021. For the arts and entertainment, both locally and nationally, it has been a tough year. We miss going to concerts. Touring companies of Broadway hits have shut down their road shows. Even the movie and TV industry have felt the impact, as production became both more expensive and more difficult. Will 2021 b…
 
In this episode we talk with the co-founder of one of the first Cannabis Dispensary Franchise companies. The Open Dor is a new company that is helping Cannabis Entrepreneurs open up stores across several states, and reduce the first time business owner mistakes. Will Chelsea Mulligan become the Ray Kroc of Cannabis? Maybe. Learn more about your ad …
 
Does the thought of chasing the concept of "body positivity" feel daunting, intimidating, or even impossible? Today's guest, Teri Hofford is going to break it down into something more manageable for you. The idea of body liberation is simply that...liberating. Teri is an author, photographer, and a body image & mindset coach with an endless amount …
 
As a society we have grown quickly. Building infrastructure, technology and products bigger, better and faster than we could ever have possibly imagined. Regardless of our impact.An evolutionary marvel, perhaps, but what if our next great leap was to evolve in a way that shared this precious planet with the creatures that came before us.This week w…
 
This episode was originally recorded for the "Digital Enterprise Society Podcast". It is an interview with Gerry O'Brion from What Big Brands Know. Gerry is a friend of Thom Singer's and and expert in marketing strategy for companies of all sizes. How can you influence people to say yes? Regardless of your professional position, you are in a positi…
 
We thought it was the perfect time of year to talk about fitness, because lots of us set goals to improve our fitness regime, and our next guest can help you do just that. Amber Brammah gave up her career in banking in order to become a fitness trainer. And she’s loving it - with Love Fit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Most of us enjoy using social media, but for businesses it can be a bit of a nightmare. How do you set the right tone, what do you say? Even if you aren’t involved in doing social media for a business, we think you’ll find our chat with Lenka Koppova really interesting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week, we take a look ahead into 2021. For the arts and entertainment, both locally and nationally, it has been tough year. Theaters and playhouses remained dark or shifted to virtual-only performances. Concert halls were empty, though some performers shifted to drive-in concerts and online performances. Museums and galleries closed their doors…
 
We kick off Club Month with Bay State Triathlon Team Prez, Jackie Francisco. We talk about one of the most experienced clubs in the region dating back to 1998 on the south shore of Massachusetts, Pandemic “Athletic Challenges” with the club, importance of social media, club giveaways, and her amazing ability as a seamstress! https://bstt.clubexpres…
 
As we kick off 2021 I wanted to do a short podcast episode about "What is Clubhouse?"The new social media app is an "audio drop in community" that is still in beta testing, but is taking on the time and attention of people of all ages, races, religions, countries of origin, etc.... It is a place to go and listen, learn, and share.I spent a week che…
 
This week, we take a look back at 2020. Because life changed so much this year, we had to change how we did things. Suddenly, there were no events, concerts or live theater to tell you about, but there was no shortage of news. There was still plenty to do, but we were doing a lot more of it from our homes. As this truly strange and remarkable year …
 
As we say goodbye to this year, I wanted to leave you with something short, sweet, and to the point. This spoken word song made a lasting impression on me many years ago and guided me through my tumultuous 20's. First written by Mary Schmich in the Chicago Tribune in 1997, and then turned into spoken word by filmmaker Baz Luhrmann in 1999. Enjoy it…
 
John Warrillow hosts the award-winning podcast called Built to Sell Radio which is ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the world’s 10 best podcasts for business owners. His company, The Value Builder System,™ has helped more than 50,000 businesses build more valuable companies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In episode 620 of "Making Waves at C-Level" Thom Singer has an in-depth chat with Nick Kovacevich, the CEO, co-founder, and chairman of KushCo Holdings. His journey to providing products and services for the legal cannabis industry has been one with ups and downs. He is very candid about how they founded and grew the company. Talking about "Making …
 
This week, we talk about a virtual visual arts show. Like everything else, the visual arts have felt the impact of the pandemic. It’s made it more difficult to see the work in person, but it’s also prompted museums and galleries to expand online access. This week, we’re talking about the work of Dawn Williams Boyd, whose work you can actually see i…
 
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