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The National Air and Space Museum contains the largest and most significant collection of air- and spacecraft in the world. Behind those amazing machines are thousands of stories of human achievement, failure, and perseverance. Join Emily, Matt, and Nick as they demystify one of the world’s most visited museums and explore why people are so fascinated with stories of exploration, innovation, and discovery.
 
You don't need to have your life or business all figured out. The Living Limitless with Emily Dawn podcast will show you how things work out...even when things don't go as planned. This podcast is hosted by the business goal coach and social media strategist, Emily Dawn. Join her as she shares her travel, life, and business stories. You will hear her uncover the lessons she has learned and how she has grown as a person and entrepreneur. She is here to encourage you to take a leap of faith, g ...
 
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93% of televisions in the United States tuned in to see Neil Armstrong walk on the Moon. Can you believe 7% were watching something else? At 11pm on a Sunday?? But as much as we love it now, Apollo 11’s contemporary acclaim wasn’t exactly universal. Many people, all over America, had reservations about spending billions of dollars on space explorat…
 
Have you written your 2022 business goals yet? Is growing your business one of the items on that list? Click here to see the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: The 3Ts that can jumpstart your business and life success in 2022 Why it's essential to have the right mindset coming into the new year The importance of clarity and having a pl…
 
Are you hoping to increase your income in 2022? Are you wondering how you can monetize your current business assets? Click here for the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: The 6 income streams I plan to build out in 2022 Why it's essential to build your brand first How you can create more business opportunities in the new year Resources…
 
Have you always wanted to experience what it’s like to be an astronaut but without the queasy upshot of actually shooting into space? Then we’ve got news for you! Only around 550 people have been to outer space (like, ever!). But many more can and do participate in simulated space missions right here on Earth—and it turns out they’re super importan…
 
Do you want to know the truth behind growing an online business? Have you ever wondered what the "behind-the-scenes" really look like? If you're curious to know the answer, you are going to want to listen to this. Click to see the full show notes here! In This Episode, You'll Learn: The 5 truths of growing an online business and what to expect at t…
 
Has your business plateaued? Is it becoming harder to scale? Have you noticed that you're not growing as fast as you would like to at this stage in your business? Click here for the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: The 3 reasons why you're experiencing a plateau in your business The 3 solutions to elevate your business and set yourse…
 
Ever wonder what would happen to your body in space without a spacesuit? Given it’s spooky szn, we figured we’d do something a little different for this Halloween episode of AirSpace and dissect one the scariest situations an astronaut could be in. For a crash course in the intersection between astronaut life and rapid decompression we talk to Mary…
 
How can consistent branding attract your ideal clients? What are the elements of an authentic brand? How can we be fluid across all our social media platforms? Click here to see the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: How to build an authentic brand Internal vs. external branding and how you can leverage them to build your brand online.…
 
Are you part of an online community on Facebook? Click HERE to see the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: The importance of building an engaged Facebook group The 5 significant benefits of starting your own Facebook group community Why it's not just Facebook group, but a business investment How growing a Facebook group can impact you b…
 
Mirror, mirror under the football field, what secrets of the universe will you yield? Okay, so we’re terrible poets (except maybe Matt). But we are feeling a bit reflective these days, so we’re taking this opportunity to ponder reflecting telescopes of all sizes, shapes, and types. Reflectors use mirrors to gather light and produce an image. Some a…
 
Have you ever wondered how other people are growing their coaching business so fast? Click HERE to see the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why it’s vital to adapt to different trends and situations as an entrepreneur The different money-making skills you can learn How important it is to investing in yourself Why social proof is so c…
 
Do your social media profiles reflect the reality of your everyday life? Click HERE to see the full show notes! In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why you shouldn't compare someone else's life or business to yours How social media affects us in ways we don't realize How my move to Bali was chaos but looked seamless online Resources and Links Featured I…
 
Growing your online coaching business comes with its challenges. Click HERE for the full show notes. In This Episode, You’ll Learn: The three mistakes that stunt the growth of your business How these mistakes can prevent you from signing more clients The three steps you should take to avoid making these mistakes Why it’s important to set up a busin…
 
100 years ago Bessie Coleman became the first African American woman to earn her pilot’s license. You might remember Bessie from a previous episode of the pod (last season’s Chicago Flyer) – she inspired many of her contemporaries, including those who formed the Challenger Air Pilots Association. But Bessie’s tremendous determination and perseveran…
 
What are some misconceptions you have about the online coaching space? Click HERE for the full show notes. In This Episode, You’ll Learn: The 3 misconceptions that prevent people from scaling their online coaching business The 3 categories every conversation in the DMs lead to How to approach pitching in the DMs without feeling icky The sales funne…
 
Do you use a generic sales script to sign more clients? In This Episode, You’ll Learn: The 7 steps you can take to become more confident hopping on sales calls The value of focusing on connecting with the prospect first The importance of preparation before your call How silence can play a huge part in connecting with your prospect How to get in the…
 
What differentiates a successful entrepreneur from an unsuccessful entrepreneur? In This Episode, You’ll Learn: That one attribute you must possess to make it as an entrepreneur How it can get you through the most difficult of times A story of how I stayed resilient What to do when faced with overwhelming challenges Resources and Links Featured In …
 
To grow your client base, your number one go to plan should include social media strategy. In This Episode, You’ll Learn: How to gain clients through a simple social media strategy What works and what doesn’t! How to craft your own business growth routine Resources and Links Featured In This Episode: Check out How to Start a Coaching Business in 20…
 
If you want to live a limitless lifestyle and work from anywhere, you need to start your business with a firm foundation. In This Episode, You'll Learn: The foundational elements you need to successfully launch your coaching business The most simple process to get your first clients! How to gain clarity in your business Resources and Links Featured…
 
What happens when perfectionism takes control of your life? In This Episode, You'll Learn: Why you don't need to achieve perfection to launch your offer How adapting is better than starting too late How perfectionism kills action The ways you can win by putting yourself in a position of rejection Resources and Links Featured In This Episode: Reject…
 
You don't need to have your life or business all figured out. The Living Limitless with Emily Dawn podcast will show you how things work out...even when things don't go as planned. This podcast is hosted by the business goal coach and social media strategist, Emily Dawn. Join her as she shares her travel, life, and business stories. You will hear h…
 
Raise a glass and cheers to a new season of AirSpace! And to help us get in the celebratory mood, today's episode is about a truly intoxicating period of American history – prohibition. You might know [we didn’t] that NASCAR has its roots in bootleggers driving illicit hooch in the 1920s. But it turns out, not all bootleggers were driving their con…
 
We’re just two weeks away from a brand new season of AirSpace! Today, though, we’re revisiting a favorite from May 2020 – the first installment of the AirSpace Movie Club, our very first episode recorded from our respective pandemic bunkers. At this point, we’re old hands at remote recording and thankfully our techniques have improved since this fi…
 
We’re hard at work on Season 5 (launching this September!) but before then, we’re giving you a second bite at a topic we spent a long time thinking about this year: what’s in a name? Earlier this season we explored how planetary bodies and their geological features get named. And to our surprise, it’s not all Greek and Roman mythology (we’re lookin…
 
We have a flair for the dramatic here at AirSpace (Who… US?!). And we’d be lying if we told you we don’t occasionally daydream about the end of the world. But, like, scientifically speaking. We’ve seen plenty of sci-fi depictions of what the end might look like, but what will actually happen when the Sun engulfs the Earth? And what does the “end of…
 
Earth’s twin or Earth’s evil twin? It depends on who you ask. And no, we’re NOT talking about Mars (take a break from the news cycle, Ingenuity). We’re talking about the beautiful, enigmatic, and hot (VERY hot) VENUS. Not one but TWO NASA spacecraft are heading to Venus later this decade (NASA’s first Venus missions since the early 90s!). But, how …
 
We’re all movie buffs here at AirSpace *gestures to extensive movie episode back catalog.* And while we’re not exactly film critics, we know what we like—and we love when people see themselves represented in their favorite stories. And a long time ago (2013), and not so far away (New Mexico), a group embarked on a quest of their own: to translate S…
 
In the early days of aviation flying was dangerous and expensive. Even if you could afford it, societal barriers in the United States kept many would-be pilots grounded. In this episode, we’re telling the story of how pioneering Black aviators improvised, innovated, and overcame those barriers to fulfill their dreams of flight. Across the U.S., Bla…
 
If you’ve flown commercial, you’re familiar with the preflight safety spiel (and if you’ve only ever flown private, we wanna know why, but it’ll have to be a different episode). You know the moves: stow your tray tables, life vests are under the seat, insert the metal end into the buckle until it clicks, and please don’t forget the nearest exit may…
 
Did you know the National Air and Space Museum has a huge art collection? Yeah, we keep that secret pretty well. It all STEMs (see what we did there?) from a program organized by NASA beginning in the 1960s where a small number of American artists got tons of access to launch sites, clean rooms, space suits, spacecraft—you name it, they painted it.…
 
Any child of the 80s or 90s knows about Space Camp. Even if you didn’t attend, you likely have an image of it burned into your brain – the flight suits, the teamwork, the spinning contraption that makes you hurl (aka the multi-axis trainer). Born at the dawn of the Shuttle era, Space Camp has given nearly a million campers a taste of astronaut life…
 
Have you ever wondered how the stuff in space gets named? Sure, names like Earth, Venus, and Mars have been canon for *forever.* But lest you think naming is all about Greek and Roman mythology, think again. Six of Titan’s hills are named after Lord of the Rings characters. Seriously. These days, there’s one organization that approves and keeps tra…
 
Today we’re tackling something we’ve wanted to talk about for a long time (which is relative, because time and space lose all meaning there). They’re incredibly dense, super cool, and mind-bendingly-mysterious -- BLACK HOLES! But how do you imagine – let alone study—the unseeable? And seriously—what happened at the end of “Interstellar?” The concep…
 
Did you hear they found water on the Moon? Or was it Mars? No wait, Mercury? An asteroid? It seems like every time there’s big news from outer space, it’s that we found water some place—as traces of ice or wisps of vapor, embedded in rocks or bound up in dry-as-dirt-regolith. What’s so special about a few molecules of H20 trapped in the ground mill…
 
We’ll admit that we’re getting a little nostalgic about even the most mundane aspects of air travel – like how many times the pre-flight safety video reminds you that smoking is NOT permitted onboard. But that got us thinking – that wasn’t always the case. So what changed? It took decades of research, lobbying, and litigation to prove the dangers o…
 
This week the Perseverance Rover will touch down on the surface of Mars, bringing an end to its seven-month journey AND this mixtape. Once it lands, Percy will send back thousands of images, giving us Earthlings a close-up view of the Martian terrain. In 1897 author H.G. Wells imagined a different way to see Mars in his short shorty, “The Crystal E…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of AirSpace! Right now COVID-19 vaccines are traveling across the country and around the world – and air travel is a critical component of this supply chain. These vaccines were not only developed in record time (shout out to SCIENCE!) but some of them also have to be kept at record cold temperatures. To meet this challenge, dis…
 
Over the summer we collaborated with the artist Diplo on a companion album to his new record MMXX. It’s called Under Ancient Skies and it’s available wherever you stream music. But we also created an audio tour of the night sky for a series of small, outdoor concerts Diplo performed. It’s ethereal, it’s relaxing, and it’s just what we need to get u…
 
We’re only ONE month away from the Perseverance Rover touching down on Mars! The search for life is a pillar of Mars exploration. But our search isn’t only confined to the planets of our solar system. Radio telescopes search for signals of intelligent life from far away planets, orbiting other stars. One such telescope, the Arecibo Observatory in P…
 
Season four of AirSpace is just around the corner, but we have a special bonus drop for you today! Our friends at the PBS podcast NOVA Now have been giving us a behind-the- scenes look at the work of scientists, engineers, technologists, and more who are using their work to address the most pressing questions of our time. Listen to this episode whe…
 
What a year it has been (alt: Ugh, what a year!). Back in April, we launched our AirSpace Movie Club—and critiquing our favorite air-and-space-films was a fun way to stay in touch remotely until we could get back into the studio for Season 3. Well, 16 episodes and eight months later, we’re still recording from home, so we thought we’d end season 3 …
 
Interplanetary road trips take a WHILE. So for this episode of Voyages to Mars, while we cruise onward towards the Red Planet, we’re listening to some poetry that pays tribute to long duration space travel. Our selections in this episode come from Orrery, a brand-new collection from author Donna Kane that pays homage to the Pioneer 10 space probe l…
 
Did you learn the constellations as a child? Odds are, if you lived in a city, you saw more stars in the classroom—or a planetarium if you were lucky—than by looking at the night sky (and if not, we’re jealous). Fact is, most of us live in places that give us a less than ideal view of the stars because of light pollution from our cities and suburbs…
 
This month marks the 20th birthday of the International Space Station! That’s 240 straight months—which is exactly how long 2020 feels so far. We all need a little self-care these days, so in honor of the ISS anniversary, we’ll tell you about what astronaut life is like when they aren’t doing the extraordinary science, essential maintenance, and ex…
 
We’re back with the fourth installment of our literary mixtape, Voyages to Mars! The Perseverance Rover is on its way to the Red Planet and space agencies around the world hope that someday in the not too distant future, humans will join it. Mars is a popular destination for humans in sci-fi literature. Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles, publis…
 
On this episode of AirSpace we’re spotlighting the heroic service and enduring legacy of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASP. More than 1000 of these fearless women flew as civilians for the Army Air Forces during World War II. These skilled pilots performed jobs on the home front – ferrying planes, towing targets, transporting personnel – f…
 
Can 650 episodes of a tv show fix society’s deepest, ugliest ills? Maybe not, but it turns out that it’s a pretty good place to start a conversation. We’re all fans of something—movies, tv shows, video games, comic books, sports teams, you name it!—and that can help us connect with new people with shared interests and frames of reference. In this e…
 
We're back with the third installment of our literary mixtape, Voyages to Mars! Humans aren't yet able to go to Mars ourselves, so we’re reliant on the help of rovers and landers to be our eyes and ears on the surface - our mechanical “boots on the ground.” This episode is our ode to ROBOTS! Our two stories today come from a time before the word “r…
 
There have been great movies about military aviation for almost as long as there have been movies and airplanes—seriously, the very first Best Picture Oscar went to a WWI aero-epic called Wings (and if you ever win bar trivia with that, buy us a drink). Eventually, the US military realized that high adventure onscreen could boost their recruiting e…
 
About 82,000 American service members are listed as Missing in Action – 72,000 from World War II alone. Many of these MIAs were lost at sea when their aircraft were shot down over open water. Recent technologies like robotic submersibles, advanced sonar, and DNA matching are making it easier for recovery operations to find the downed airplanes, and…
 
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