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Welcome to Professional Christian Coaching Today with Chris McCluskey and Kim Avery, a weekly podcast dedicated to informing, inspiring, and equipping Christians in the art and science of professional-grade Christian coaching. Along with cutting-edge content, you'll hear great interviews with guests such as Dan Miller, Michael Hyatt, Dr. Gary Collins, Kary Oberbrunner, Dr. Marilee Adams, Dr. Richard Swenson, C.J. Hayden and more. Our goal is to raise the standard in coaching and change the w ...
 
Fashion Is Your Business is a weekly show about FASHIONTECH, the intersection of fashion business and fashion technology. The podcast is produced through MouthMedia Network. Guests include the world's foremost fashion technology pioneers, discussing textiles to retail and everything in between, it covers business news from startups to conglomerates, and the show has a fun and accessible morning radio vibe.
 
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Matt Cavanaugh, of Manitou Springs, gave his kidney to a stranger and set off a chain reaction. Then, chef Jennifer Jasinski on her new restaurant, "The Ponti," opening with the Denver Art Museum's new renovation. And a documentary showcases the work of four students to incorporate Black history into their school curriculum.…
 
Many people already struggling with anxiety and depression say their problems intensified during the pandemic. Today, we talk about the evolution of ECT or electroconvulsive therapy. Then, school board races get more political. And, a new docuseries explores a murder in the Colorado Rockies. We listen back to an interview with an author who documen…
 
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Colorado are as high as they've been in almost a year, although nowhere near their peak last winter. We get perspective from two intensive care physicians. Plus, how vaccines are creating islands of safety in the state. Then, our seasonal questions for a gardening expert as fall and winter take hold. And, music from The…
 
Coaches increasingly are considering players' mental health on and off the field, from elite to youth athletes. Then, spotlighting workers’ rights issues as HelloFresh employees consider a union. Plus, the Aspen Institute's conversation with the now-late General Colin Powell about leadership. And the bitter rivalry between the Broncos and the Raide…
 
Are you a multi-passionate coach? An entrepreneur who wants to define yourself by just one role? Today, our guest, Coach Michael McGreevy, will share how he has merged multiple paths, from construction to real estate to leadership coaching, into a portfolio career that supports a lifestyle he loves. Listen in to discover: How to create other outlet…
 
Public affairs editor Megan Verlee explains Amendment 78 and Proposition 120, two finance-related statewide ballot measures. Bente Birkeland and Jenny Brundin walk through Proposition 119, which raises taxes on recreational cannabis for after-school programs. Then, life a year after the East Troublesome fire. And, “Discovering the Colorado Plateau.…
 
Hundreds of Coloradans are behind NASA's Lucy Mission to explore the asteroids near Jupiter. Then, a judge will now rule if a defamation lawsuit filed by a former Dominion employee can move forward against the Trump campaign and others. Plus, soccer standout Kellyn Acosta. And the rock 'n' roll legacy of "The Family Dog."…
 
Robots, technology, jobs and the economy. Add in a global pandemic. It means big changes in the workforce. But just because a job can be automated, doesn't mean it should be. And what are the most robot-proof jobs? David Brancaccio, host of the Marketplace Morning Report, sat down with Colorado Matters host Avery Lill recently at Denver Startup Wee…
 
Stephen Trimble's book, "The Mike File," explores the realities of mental illness and inadequate care through the real-life story of two brothers. Then, a new exhibit highlights the history of Indigenous slavery in Southern Colorado. And using virtual fences to herd cattle and save grassland.
 
Stacey Abrams, the voting rights activist and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate, comes to Colorado this week. She'd like to see the election system here replicated in her own state and nationwide. Then, the complexities of repatriating art and antiquities. Plus, Colorado wonders about land-locked pelicans. And the music of Denver-based singer …
 
Today, we are unpacking ICF Competency #7: Evokes Awareness. When we show up in coach mode, our primary purpose is to enable a client to draw forth things that are already in them, evoking awareness of the things God has already placed within them. Each part of this new competency will help you be a better coach when applied to your practice. Liste…
 
"Turn the Page with Colorado Matters" features a conversation with bestselling novelist Peter Heller about his new book, "The Guide." Heller answers questions from Ryan Warner and from readers. How does he begin to write his novels? How did "The Guide" become a thriller? Plus, how he processes grief, and does he ever say 'goodbye' to his characters…
 
Businesses are finding unique ways to recruit and keep employees, like offering next-door day care to working parents. Then, in the face of climate change, can renewable energy handle the demand? Plus, what's happening with the wolves found in Colorado? And a Denver woman reflects on the 1950s relocation program designed to assimilate Native Americ…
 
One of the most vaccinated places in the U.S. is San Juan County in southwest Colorado, but the virus still circulates there for a host of reasons. Then, students may not be meeting the one statewide requirement to graduate high school. Also, we revisit the oldest newspaper on the Western Slope. And the history of apple cider as fall festivals begi…
 
Afghan refugees are arriving in Colorado. We get perspective on the challenges and opportunities ahead. Then, register for Avery's talk with David Brancaccio about robots and the economy at Denver Startup Week. Plus, the trade-off between SUVs and the environment. And tracing a daughter's grief through an abandoned shopping mall and a supernatural …
 
Warning: after you press "play," you'll be transformed.Tune in to hear what is perhaps the most powerful presentation we've ever shared with you, here on Professional Christian Coaching Today. It. Is. Simply. Powerful. Transformational may be an understatement, but it's one of the best words we can think of to truly describe what will happen as you…
 
A CPR/Colorado Sun investigation of the ACLU. It has a reputation for success at the statehouse but some critics say its power brokers may have gone too far. Now the group’s entire public policy team is gone. Then, our Purplish podcast team on the new Congressional map. And, Denver music legend Charlie Burrell turns 101.…
 
Outside of a pandemic, nursing is a tough job. In a pandemic, it's become a pathway to burnout. And that's not just in hospitals, but in long-term care facilities and schools. Then, a listener reflects on the legacy of medical pioneer Dr. Charles Blackwood. And Denver muralist Charlo gets a national nod for spreading joy in his community.…
 
The last school year was tough on students everywhere. Among collegians, that was particularly true for Indigenous students, who already faced an uphill battle compared with peers. Journalists Charlotte West and Monica Braine kept up with three Indigenous students, including Nina Polk who attends Fort Lewis College in Durango.…
 
We now know where Colorado's new 8th Congressional district will be and how the 7 other districts will change. Then, remembering Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jim Sheeler who made it his goal to remember others. Plus, a four-legged strategy to reduce wildfire risk. And Colorado's connection to the song "My Grandfather's Clock."…
 
In our regular interview with Colorado Governor Jared Polis, we ask about COVID-19 vaccine boosters, masks in schools, and addressing ozone and climate change. Then, the connection between emotion and music with CPR's new podcast, "Music Blocks." And a Pueblo family's legacy of green chiles.
 
Neuroscience is teaching us that words hold tremendous power to either ignite positive growth or slow our forward movement. As coaches, we want to pay attention to the words that our clients use and to thoughtfully choose our own words as we summarize, reflect, reframe, and ask curious questions. In today’s episode, you’ll learn how to use words to…
 
Colorado has a big deadline Tuesday; it's the last day for the redistricting commission to agree on a new Congressional map. Then, how the pandemic continues to redefine businesses. Also, the state's child protection ombudsman works to clear confusion for mandatory reporters. And Crested Butte musician Jackson Melnick's debut album.…
 
*SPECIAL LOST EPISODE RENEWED!!! My brother Mel was the original guest on this ep, but his audio got messed up, so Jon came on and tried to guess what Mel said! Without giving too much away, Boban and Toby get a five year deal! And we flavor blast each-other!By greatsamaritanspod
 
What's next for public health in Douglas County now that it's decided to form its own health department. Then, the story of Dr. Charles Blackwood, the scholarship in his name to diversify medicine, and the reason his historic home was bulldozed. Also, researching how water moves through the mountains. And the Style Crone's fight against ageism.…
 
Congress is divided over the federal budget and it could shut down the federal government by the end of next week. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Denver, weighs in on that, and the pandemic’s impact on children. Then, an update on Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters. And, the history of the Santa Fe Trail. Plus, in-person entertainment is back, so what’s the risk…
 
Like a stretched-out panic attack. That's how Obed Manuel describes witnessing his father's months-long battle with COVID-19. Obed, an editor at CPR, reflects on loss and his mother's tacos, a symbol of his parents' love. Then, as summer turns to fall, what's the seasonal weather outlook? And the underappreciated Gambel oak as colors change.…
 
Now that the Bureau of Land Management headquarters is moving back to Washington, D.C., what does that mean for Grand Junction? Then, a new play, "Sojourners Project: Busing," explores the legacy across generations of Denver’s policy to bus school children. Plus, the sheepdog trials take over Meeker. And the Branson football team's field of dreams.…
 
What could be more important in these disturbing and uncertain times than tapping into God’s perspective, His wisdom, His plan, and His provision? Join us as Chris shares his thoughts on why Spiritual Vision is perhaps more important now than ever before in our lifetime. As you listen, you’ll be reminded of the: The love and light shining even now …
 
Lolita Buckner Innis is the first Black dean of the University of Colorado law school, and only the second woman in the role. Then, a co-founder of Meow Wolf, Caity Kennedy, discusses the creative vision behind the multi-story art playground in Denver. Plus, turning a power plant into a battery in Hayden. And navigating climate change behavior thro…
 
Governor Jared Polis married First Gentleman Marlon Reis this week. We look back on the fight for marriage equality in what used to be called "The Hate State" with Mark Ferrandino. Then, we update Fort Lewis College's reckoning. Meow Wolf includes a nod to once-iconic venues in metro-Denver. Also, an ozone garden and songs in the face of climate ch…
 
A new Climate Conservation Corps will work to prevent wildfires, help the state to adapt to climate change and protect public land. It could be a model for the nation. Then, Colorado's AG on excessive force and biased policing in Aurora. And, solutions for rural Colorado’s housing shortage. Plus, a film follows a military family’s struggles with PT…
 
Grief is all around us-- exacerbated by the pandemic. What does that look like for children? Then, a listener photo prompts the question: can murder hornets live in Colorado? Plus, Colorado Springs' Conejos neighborhood is gone, but not forgotten. Also, Pueblo considers nuclear. And what to do about abandoned mines and wells in Colorado.…
 
A new charter school in Towaoc puts Ute Mountain Ute language and culture at the center of students’ education. Then, the debate over racism and inclusion in the St. Vrain Valley school district. And, a research project moves forward exploring the concept of basic income. Plus, Telluride's housing and labor shortage.…
 
If the journey from your calling toward obtaining sustainable compensation has been more of an up and down ride than a straight path, you’re not alone. We’ve been there and we’ve seen the predictable pattern that occurs in the lives and businesses of Christian entrepreneurs. In today’s podcast, we’ll show you how to step off the emotional roller co…
 
A Colorado Springs school district has apologized a year after sending officers to the home of a 12-year-old student suspected of having a toy gun. The incident led to a change in state law. Plus, Purplish explores the pros and cons of having competitive Congressional districts. And movies to watch for after the Telluride Film Festival.…
 
Magee Capsouto and the Trinity United Methodist Church will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 this weekend with “Requiem For The Living.” Then, how the events of Sept. 11 shaped the life of Mirwais Hotak, a refugee who owns an Afghan restaurant in Littleton. Plus, two Coloradans share their memories of the attack.…
 
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