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My name is Aid. I used to do Standup. Then I had two kids. The End. Between parenthood and the pandemic, I'm finding pretty much the only way to have a social interaction with people is to literally *book in a conversation with them* (and market it as a podcast). Every guest is going to be real upset when they realise I'm not even recording them, i'm just incredibly lonely.
 
How do I lead a team in international development to better performance, while maintaining my wellbeing and making an impact in the community? Using her 12 years' experience in international development as well as professional coaching background, host Torrey Peace answers these questions and more in The Aid for Aid Workers Leadership Podcast. Here you'll find a mix of mini trainings and step-by-step guides, as well as best practices from other aid workers and a healthy dose of coaching from ...
 
Teachers Aid with Mandy Froehlich and Jon Harper. We've refocused the show on meeting some of the biggest unmet needs every educator has. If you are an educator who gives teaching your all, but still feels that you're not doing enough, this show is for you. Tune in to get social and emotional support for the very personal challenges teachers face. We promise you that you won't hear educators talking like this every day.
 
This is a podcast about doing good, better. It is built around an idea that technology and innovation might help us fight poverty and live healthier lives in the future than we have in the past. We will be speaking with innovators, non-profits, social enterprises, and donors. Our goal is to share individual stories, challenges, and successes to help others understand how technology can be used to better serve those who need it most. Show notes are available at AidEvolved.com.
 
I’m Lori Gottlieb, author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone. And I’m Guy Winch, author of Emotional First Aid. We’re both advice columnists, TED speakers, and of course therapists in clinical practice who want to bring the lessons of the therapy room outsidethe therapy room… to all of you. Each week on DEAR THERAPISTS, we invite you to be a fly-on-the-wall in these personal, raw, transformative sessions with everyday people and then hear what happens when we give concrete, actionable advic ...
 
Host Jill Schlesinger, CFP®, tackles sometimes uncomfortable and even controversial money and investing issues, without the financial jargon, to get to the heart of what’s important for anyone to know. Jill takes listener phone calls and interviews informative and entertaining guests each week to uncover surprising insights and provide actionable information so you can make the most of your money. Have a question? Email us at askjill at jillonmoney dot com.
 
A trip through life. Amazing chats to aid in the journey. No topic off limits. On the way breaking the stigmas behind mental health. Hosted by Sean Thompson aka Tommo Instagram @granitezeropod Twitter @Granitezero Facebook @GraniteZer0
 
James Earl Cray is an author, motivational speaker, pastor and scholar who believes that it’s always a GREAT day to be great. Continuing in his pursuit to inspire others to live their best lives and be their best selves, Cray connects with thought leaders and experts in various fields to aid in the holistic growth of the listener.
 
In today’s challenging and uncertain world, even successful executives could use a little help! In this engaging podcast, Bobbie LaPorte shares her experience and expertise to help leaders get ready for anything. Debuting in July 2019 the series, “Leadership Curveballs, Blind Spots and Black Holes”, helps busy leaders navigate through complex and volatile times. Weekly episodes focus on practical solutions to real-life leadership challenges, proven tactics for overcoming common “confidence k ...
 
Hosted by Devi Brown, Dropping Gems is a soft place to land where higher consciousness meets your everyday life. Nourish your spirit, grab new tools for the journey and fall deeply in love with the highest version of who you are.Devi Brown serves as the Chief Impact Officer at Chopra Global and is the voice of daily meditation on the Chopra wellness app. A wellbeing educator, author of Crystal Bliss, founder of Karma Bliss, a founding board member of the Mental Wealth Alliance, host of the B ...
 
The Antithesis exists to clarify the difference Christianity and every system, worldview, and religion. Armed with a big vision of God and a passion for divine grace, we help listeners to understand sound biblical doctrine and to distinguish it from ideologies that seek to take us captive (Colossians 2:8). Our burden is defensive but also offensive: we seek the destruction of intellectual and behavioral strongholds in order that we would taste the joy of a mind set free by Christ (2 Corinthi ...
 
The core idea of this podcast comes from David Graeber, who wrote that our everyday life is mostly run on anarchism, and at the same time people believe that anarchism doesn’t work. One of these is wrong. I hope to illuminate how our communities already depend on Mutual Aid, in big and small ways. I'll do that by excavating the historical events and cultural trends you already know about, but have never thought about in terms of anarchism. Find me at https://www.everydayanarchism.com
 
This podcast presents the voices of the Fountain House community - people living and working with mental illness who volunteer to create a place of recovery and mutual aid. In a collaboratively produced show, we dismantle the stigma surrounding mental illness while discussing our perspectives, experiences, and the social issues relevant to our lives.
 
A new podcast series about the people who built the rainbow, created space and held their own! Discover the artists and activists, performers and politicians and the pivotal moments that impacted how Queers live today. Featuring: Greg Malone of CBC's CODCO, Jane Rule with Linda Morra (PhD), Sex Garage, Small Town Prides, Hot Chocolate by Claudy Philius, author and AIDS historian Sarah Schulman, ACT UP MTL founders Blane Charles and Michael Hendricks, Montreal's 'Park of Hope' AIDS memorial, ...
 
People are drinking the Peloton kool-aid and each week we're there to brew a fresh batch. We interview instructors, employees, and fellow Peloton fanatics. The community is inspiring and increasing exponentially. The Clip Out is a weekly, audio magazine that's a must-listen for all those people who can't stop talking about Peloton. If we talked you into buying one, please consider referral code is 2M8QNZ!
 
A podcast dedicated to the navigation of the Christian life in the 21st Century, with the aid of just a "few" caffeinated beverages. Our Hosts: Chris Clark and Justin Luciano. Our Home: West Park Methodist Church http://www.westpark.church/ Our social media platforms: Join us on Facebook @fueledbycandc, Follow us on Instagram @fueledbycandc, Email us at fueledbycandc@gmail.com
 
Talking Buffalo Podcast is a podcast focused primarily on Buffalo sports (especially Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres) featuring interview guests from the world of sports, media and pop culture. Whether he’s throwing shade or drinking the Kool -Aid, Buffalo born Patrick Moran is an idealist and it’s his idea people will embrace his podcast despite the bothersome voice.
 
Steve Levitt, the iconoclastic University of Chicago economist and co-author of the Freakonomics book series, tracks down other high achievers and asks questions that only he would think to ask. Guests include all-time Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, WNBA champion Sue Bird, Operation Warp Speed chief Moncef Slaoui, and neuroscientist/actress Mayim Bialik. People I (Mostly) Admire is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network.
 
Variety Show for the Soul is dedicated to wellness on all levels of the human experience- spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional! We are here to give those of you who are curious about different approaches to aid in your well-being, spirituality and mental health a place to get informed about the many different people, places, and tools that are out there that may have been under the radar for you so far on your journey. In each episode, we will often meet a new person who serves those s ...
 
Gaby Dunn unapologetically examines the intersection of finances, feelings and the f*cking system. Each week NY Times best-selling author and comedian Gaby brings a social justice, feminist, and unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with top journalists, student loan experts, tax specialists, mutual aid organizers and other money disrupters in their fields. Leave Gaby a voicemail at 844-474-4040 or write GabyIsBadWithMoney@gmail.com.
 
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In this episode you will hear: (10:35) In this week’s “In the news segment, a September 26, 2019 Washington Post article by Valerie Strauss article entitled, “The truth about college admissions — from college admissions deans. In this article, Strauss assembles a group of quotes that Brennan Barnard (another Washington Post contributor) assembled f…
 
Sathy Rajasekharan is the co-Executive Director of Jacaranda Health. Frustrated with the speed of change within larger institutions, Sathy joined Jacaranda to be part of a small, agile, and experimental team. His mission was to lead the charge on local innovation. He joined at a pivotal time, when Jacaranda Health was transforming beyond its origin…
 
We all have our strengths as leaders. You know, the areas in which you feel come naturally to you. Maybe you even enjoy working on them. It could be managing budgets, or helping local partners, or writing proposals. Whatever it is, when you spend more time in that area, you are more productive. And when you work in areas in which you're not as stro…
 
The Black Eyed Kids are mysterious beings that look like kids that are between the ages of 6 to 16. They will usually appear at night and seem to show up when an adult is alone. The kids can come in groups of two or more and they usually ask for favors. They may request to make a call, get a ride home, use the bathroom, or even come in the home for…
 
We are still searching for an acceptable phrase to define what teachers around the world are doing this school term. Many are avoiding the term "learning recovery" like a carton of milk past the expiration date. In this episode, we found out why ignoring, dismissing, or simply overlooking learning recovery is a privilege that many students and teac…
 
This is the second episode in our series called “Renting Matters”, which explores all aspects of tenancy and other living arrangements, such as boarding or lodging and living in a Land Lease Community in NSW. This series is a joint project between the Tenants’ Union of New South Wales (“TU”) and Legal Aid NSW. In this episode, “Cracks Emerge”, Brid…
 
This is First Aid Spray - a Resident Evil podcast by fans, for fans!We take our first of many forays into the oceans of the Biohazard universe with our retrospective review of the gun survivor title Resident Evil Dead Aim! Bold or bad controls? What’s the best way to play? Which member of the cast carries the story on their back? And just how long …
 
In this episode you will hear: (11:25) In this week’s “In the news segment, an August 6, 2021 Washington Post article by Susan Paterno entitled, “College rankings have fueled an arms race that has pushed higher education astray”. The article looks at the history of the US News and World rankings. It looks at how the rankings have become so powerful…
 
As humanitarians unfortunately we are likely to have experienced burnout at one time or another. And it was just this experience that inspired today's guest Dr. Gemma Houldey to do a thesis on the same - a look at the systemic issues in the aid world causing burnout. As part of a way organizations can address the burnout of national and internation…
 
In this segment, we talk about spotting elementary school students in distress and how to approach those who may on the edge. Join us as we identify behavioral indicators and practical intervention strategies. Follow on Twitter: @sgthomas1973 @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Lynsay Ayer, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who conduct…
 
The Whaley House is located in San Diego, California and is considered to be one of the most haunted houses in America. The land was purchased in 1855, but many people believe that the home was destined to be haunted before it was ever built. The land itself had seen many tragedies over the years including one of the town's most famous public execu…
 
In this episode you will hear: (10:26) In this week’s “In the news segment, an August 11, 2021 Wall Street Journal article by Douglas Belkin, “The case for a college exit exam”. The article looks at the pros and the cons of having such an exam. It features the main person pushing for this exam. Mark and Dave debate the pros and cons of having such …
 
Marie Ahmed has worked within USAID to strengthen health systems in Nepal, Rwanda, Côte d'Ivoire, and Thailand. She has a long career in the non-profit and public sector, including time with the Peace Corps in Uzbekistan and over a decade with USAID, the largest contributor of foreign aid in the world. In this conversation, we recall what inspired …
 
A transcript of this podcast is available here. Where to find amica www.amica.gov.au amica Australia on Facebook amica Australia on YouTube amica featured on ABC’s PM program amica featured on JJJ Hack amica featured on Sunrise amica_Australia on Instagram Other resources Family Violence Law Help Website - https://familyviolencelaw.gov.au/ LawAcces…
 
We've all had them in humanitarian work. Given that we spend the majority of our time working or with colleagues, they can make life difficult. And we hope we will never be like them. That's right, I am talking about difficult supervisors. The kind that make you go "ugh". I know I have had my own moments where I behaved in a way my team probably di…
 
Tom and Jackie Hawks bought a boat named Well Deserved and they were living their dream life. They found out that their son was going to be a father and they decided it was time to sell their boat so they could be close to their new grandchild. The couple put the boat for sale and they were soon contacted by a prospective buyer. Tom and Jackie acci…
 
In this episode you will hear: (10:00) In this week’s “In the news segment, an August 19, 2019 USA Today article by Teghan Simonton entitled, “College recruiters aggressively go after out of state students”. The article looks at which colleges are taking the most out of state students. It also looks at the reasons why this is happening. Mark and Da…
 
Evelyn Castle is a woman who just doesn't know when to stop. She has founded multiple social ventures in the technology and health space in Africa. She is best known for her work as Executive Director and Co-Founder of eHealth Africa, a leading digital health implementer for Nigeria that was founded and run from Kano, Nigeria - and now has a growin…
 
What's a very effective and often overlooked way to increase staff wellbeing? Allowing them space to talk about things that are important to them, and asking questions to help them move forward. In other words, having a coaching conversation. In this episode I discuss the many ways coaching can increase the wellbeing of your team, and some powerful…
 
Thomas Busby owned an inn/pub. One day, his father-in-law, Daniel, sat in his favorite chair. The men got in a fight and Tom ended up murdering Dan that night. Thomas was sentenced to death by hanging and he would be dipped in tar and placed in a gibbet for all to see. Before Tom was lead to his death, he had one last drink in his bar and said “Dea…
 
Today's show covered the importance of the U.S. Constitution Day to Title IV institutions and their students, along with the latest on the fraud ring discovered in the California Community College system and how it affects California students' aid. ©2021 DAS Financial Aid Consulting Services, LLC - All Rights Reserved…
 
Hello survivors and welcome to Reserve Tank - a Metroid podcast by Resident Evil fans, for Resident Evil fans!Twenty five years on from it’s release we journey to the centre of Zebes in our celebration of the SNES classic Super Metroid. What in its DNA does it share with Resident Evil? Which member of the team had never played it before? Which game…
 
In this episode you will hear: (13:45) In this week’s “In the news segment, a September 6th, 2021 Wall Street Journal article by Douglas Belkin looks at the data indisputably proving that colleges are increasingly becoming more female and less male. The article also explores some of the reasons why this is happening. Mark and Dave began this conver…
 
It always amazes me to see how my students incorporate coaching in their work. Today's guest Inonge Wina-Chinyama is a Senior Advisor for MSI Zambia in the areas of youth and disabilities. The nature of her role as an advisor is the opposite of coaching, that is telling others what to do. And so it was very surprising to Inonge when by stepping awa…
 
Did you know that your mindset around money can affect how you deal with your finances? Financial success is not just determined by external factors but by internal ones as well. Today’s guest is Cathy Derksen, Founder of Inspired Tenacity. She is an author, coach, mentor, and financial planner helping women tap into their greatness and achieve fin…
 
Charlotte Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain took a trip together and toured Versailles in August of 1901. They walked along the paths and ended up at the Petit Trianon. They saw a few people wearing old time clothes and both ladies felt depressed and anxious. When they eventually discussed their tour, they realized that they both had different experienc…
 
In the last episode in this series of specials Kev gets eaten up and spat out by the Dragon. It’s the conclusion of a years training and podcast recording of his journey to the mighty Dragons Back Race. If you are contemplating entering this race this, and the rest in the series, are well worth a listen. https://www.dragonsbackrace.com/2021-results…
 
In this edition, we hear about how Epilepsy affected Iain and Diane from our Epilepsy and our Understanding Neurology courses. So I have nocturnal epilepsy and the sort of seizures I have are tonic-clonic seizures, which probably is what people first think of in terms of epilepsy, it’s the full job, if you like, unconscious body jerking, biting ton…
 
In this episode you will hear: (13:45) In this week’s “In the news segment, a June 29th, 2021 Harvard Crimson article by Nate Herpich looks at why 2U bought Edx for 800 million dollars, what changes does 2U plan on making, and how will the money from the sale be used. Mark and Dave explain who Edx and 2U are. They discuss many of the frequently ask…
 
This is the first episode in a series called Renting Matters, which explores all aspects of tenancy and other living arrangements, such as boarding or lodging and living in a Land Lease Community in NSW. This series is a joint project between the Tenants’ Union of New South Wales and Legal Aid NSW. In this episode, Getting A Foot in the Door, Bridg…
 
Erica Layer is the CEO of D-Tree International, a global digital health organization dedicated to ensuring everyone has access to quality primary healthcare through integration of digital tools into community health systems. In this conversation, Erica shares how she found her way into the field of digital health, for reasons that had nothing to do…
 
The past few years have brought many changes - one of which is remote work. I know several supervisors who have not met their teams in person, and still don't know when that will happen! So since we are working remotely, how can we build trust and an organizational culture? My guest today Hawa Kombian is an Organizational Specialist who provides so…
 
Finding capital is one of the biggest challenges that any new business owner encounters. When Jurie Van Rensburg left his 9-5 corporate job to become an entrepreneur, it’s certainly one of the challenges he faced. When you burn all bridges and decide to become an entrepreneur fulltime, you will not have the same team support that you had with your …
 
In this episode you will hear: (09:58) In this week’s “In the news segment, a Feb 2nd, 2021 Inside Higher Ed article by Greta Anderson looks at a research study that explains why so many students are applying to HBCU’s these days. Mark discusses this article with someone very special to the YCBK podcast family. Dave is off this week as he takes his…
 
Hybrid training is where you mix traditional classroom training with virtual training so some students are with the instructor in the class and others are there virtually through video conferencing. This method of training is not as popular yet as it is a new way of training but it is becoming a good choice to allow students on courses to decide if…
 
This is First Aid Spray - a Resident Evil podcast by fans, for fans!Warm up those dice and shuffle the tension deck as we react to the arrival of Resident Evil 3: The Board Game and field fan questions to lead developer Sherwin! How much of a step-up from RE2 is RE3? Are the miniatures designed with painting in mind? What bold gameplay idea did She…
 
So it is just five days to the race start! To reduce his boredom during his taper, Kev makes this boring episode taking you through all his equipment choices for the DBR. If you are racing the event, planning entering the event, fancy moving into multi-day racing or just plain bored, this one is for you! https://www.dragonsbackrace.com/the-route ht…
 
There are times when you may not be able to deliver conventional compressions like if the person has fallen between seats in a stadium but this could also be anywhere that you cannot get to the side of the patient. In an ideal world, you need to drag the patient to somewhere close that you can deliver CPR correctly. If you can do this be careful so…
 
We all sometimes have perfectionist tendencies. Most humanitarians want to do great work! However, when this desire to do great work makes us more stressed, prevents us from turning things in and keeps us paralyzed, perfectionism can ironically lead to imperfectionism. None of us need added stress in our lives, and we all want to get things in on t…
 
This term, many teachers, school leaders, students, and parents are going to be touched by the discussion seeping into schools around the United States. What is Critical Race Theory, and how did it get on the list of back-to-school things we all need to think about? In this episode, we invited three guests with specialized experience, knowledge, an…
 
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