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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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Alex Marrero is the new superintendent of Denver Public Schools, the largest district in the state. We ask about masks and assessing how much learning's been lost to the pandemic. Then, Broncos training camp begins with questions about the quarterback and team ownership. Also, working to preserve Dearfield, and Lake Powell's critical water drop.…
 
Colorado's new state historian, Nicki Gonzales, wants to engage children to understand the past and how it informs the present in a way that ensures inclusivity. Then, a vaccine clinic where a 13-year-old girl took matters into her own hands. Plus, sorting through the space debris in orbit and the threat it poses. And, the legacy of Chuck E. Weiss.…
 
Using online resources to build your business is a great idea... but there are also huge pitfalls we need to avoid. Today's guest, Greg Tosi, shares that building your business using social media is similar to building a house on rented land: ultimately you have no control. Thus, having diversified online strategies, as well as income streams, is w…
 
Police and residents in Denver’s Park Hill seek to balance crime reduction and police reform. Then, the “JustUs Monologues” work toward criminal justice reform through shared stories and listening. Plus, the Mount Evans highway has deteriorated and damaged the tundra around it.
 
More wildfires in Colorado also mean more flash floods. After a deadly flood in Poudre Canyon this week, we're talking with a meteorologist about risks and safety. Then, the organizers of Ouray County's first public Pride celebration. And, a new statue at the State Capitol will memorialize World War II major general Maurice Rose.…
 
Do you feel like your coaching business has become "just another job?" It might be that you're working in your business more than on it. If that's the case, then tune in. We'll help you examine your business as it currently exists and identify how you can control your business, so it doesn't control you. If you want to work less and make more, then…
 
As COVID-19's Delta variant spreads, perspective from Denver ICU pulmonologist Dr. Anuj Mehta on masks, schools and why the virus continues to mutate. Then, the neighborhood disparity of cases. Also, "Subpar Parks" uses humor to appreciate the nation's natural treasures. And, Colorado Wonders: What is the Front Range?…
 
At age 17, Colin Duffy, of Broomfield, is one of the youngest Olympians on Team USA and he's competing in one of the newest Olympic sports: climbing. Then, MSUD biologist Leanna Matthews shares her research into whale communication and how it might boost conservation. Plus, we revisit artist Koko Bayer's #ProjectSpreadHope.…
 
HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge talks about homelessness, the federal eviction moratorium and affordability. Then, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock lobbies for infrastructure money. And, colleges tackle new NCAA rules. Also, the U.S. Olympic museum pushes past the pandemic. Plus, camping limits near Crested Butte.…
 
Rev. Paula Stone Williams, of Left Hand Church in Longmont, transitioned at age 60. The evangelical circles she’d dedicated her life to as a man rejected her as a trans woman. Williams' new book is “As A Woman: What I Learned about Power, Sex, and the Patriarchy After I Transitioned.” She joined us for “Turn The Page,” our regular reading circle.…
 
While Denver became the center of baseball's universe with the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, the number of African-American players in the contest was lacking compared to years past. It's a situation that can be found in all levels of the game. Then, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser discusses taking on big tech and the push for antitrus…
 
Do you love coaching but yearn to use your other gifts and skills as well? In this installment of our Diversified Coach series, you’ll meet Mark Ross, a professional coach who is successfully coaching while at the same time multiplying his impact and income in a variety of ways. Listen in today for ideas and inspiration you can integrate into your …
 
Life expectancy fell dramatically last year in Colorado and that hit people of color especially hard. We talk through the reasons and look toward solutions. Then, improving the response to drought and wildfires. Plus, "Merciless Indian Savages" works to break down Indigenous stereotypes using those very caricatures. And, banking on All-Star busines…
 
Mudslides have been a part of life on Colorado highways recently. Geologist Paul Santi from the Colorado School of Mines goes inside the ooze. Then, Sen. Brittany Pettersen on a new state law addressing the "hidden need" of paying for diapers. And, Walton Levi works with the government entity aiming to destroy a stockpile of mustard gas in Pueblo b…
 
Kim Day held off retiring to help Denver International Airport navigate the pandemic. Now after 13 years, she's stepping down. Then, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm was recently in Colorado and she's made the transition to clean energy a top priority. Plus, working to keep wildland firefighters on the job. Also, processing grief, through art.…
 
Leaders in government face incredible challenges, and also have tremendous opportunities to effect positive change. Today, we'll give you a glimpse into the quiet work Christian Coaches do with those in privileged positions of influence and authority. Coaches help leaders in the military and government to discern, to hear, and to move with clarity …
 
Today we re-share stories of family, connection, and empowerment. Like the work of two college students whose startup preserves people's personal histories while helping young women of color. And a unique father and son bond fostered along Colorado's hiking trails. Plus, a father whose mural of his daughter holds a bigger message of representation.…
 
In an Independence Day special, we talk with historian and author Jeanne Abrams about her latest book, "A View From Abroad: The Story of John and Abigail Adams in Europe." Then, we revisit conversations with people who became citizens during the pandemic. Plus, how a transformative experience on Pikes Peak inspired one of America's most enduring so…
 
Research at the University Colorado Boulders suggests air pollution is having an effect on babies' growth and later in life, on obesity. Also, javelin thrower Kara Winger is poised to compete in her fourth Olympic games. Then, we take you inside the first Colorado exhibit of late pop artist Keith Haring. And we meet a muralist finding inspiration i…
 
The World Health Organization urges vaccinated people to continue to wear masks. We talk with a leading Colorado pulmonologist about what to consider and what it means to stopping COVID-19. Then, Colorado's political landscape is being redrawn on both the state and federal level. And a coming out story 90 years in the making to mark Pride Month.…
 
At one point in the pandemic, the rate of nursing home deaths in Colorado was the worst in the nation. How did the state get to that point? CPR’s Ben Markus lifts the curtain on his heartbreaking investigation. Then, political spies in the American West. Plus, CU astronomer Doug Duncan on the recent UFO report. And a mouthwatering cookbook is back …
 
Would you like to experience greater success, improved relationships, reduced conflicts, and increased self-mastery for yourself as well as working with your clients to do the same? In this episode, you’ll hear why emotional intelligence is a key factor in creating those outcomes and how you, as a coach, can help your clients develop a higher EQ. L…
 
Mudslides closed I-70 in Glenwood Canyon, and they may be a sign of things to come. Then, can training prepare officers to determine quickly if someone armed with a gun is a friend or a foe? Plus, we answer more Colorado Wonders questions about pollinators, from plants to pesticides. And the love story of a Denver philosopher whose wife died of can…
 
There's a lot riding on Colorado's new public option; but what does accountability look like, and will there be quality health care at a lower cost? Then, Reps. Ken Buck and Joe Neguse lead the fight to rein in big tech companies. Plus, we invite some book experts to give us their summer reading picks; navigating DIA and “responsibly sourced” natur…
 
Dr. Robert Meguid, a cardiothoracic surgeon at the University of Colorado Hospital, describes the lung transplant that saved the life of a COVID-19 patient. Then, a new lawmaker from southern Colorado reflects on the role of government as a Republican in a Democratic-controlled state legislature.
 
It started with cold symptoms late last year. It ended in a transplant. Bryan Raymond caught COVID-19 and is now learning to breathe again with a donor's lungs. He and his wife Trinity share their journey as he becomes the first COVID-19 patient to receive a lung transplant in Colorado.
 
Is marketing a terrifying word for you? Does it feel like an imposition instead of a service? If you said yes, you’ll want to listen to this important podcast with best-selling author C.J. Hayden. You’ll get practical, actionable advice on: How to serve, not sell, so you can customize a strategy that will fill your pipeline and increase your income…
 
As someone says goodbye to "Fashion Is Your Business", the original hosts Marc, Pavan, and Rob reflect on six-and-a-half years of FIYB, including: how it started, international travels, memorable guests, live audience experiences, behind the scenes tales, when they realized the show was really a hit, the origins of guest snacks on the show, how the…
 
The national spotlight on missing and murdered Indigenous Women is growing, via a grassroots effort to build community support and prevent violence. Then, the Western Conservative Summit returns to Denver this weekend. And, mixed messages for the new owners of the Gunnison Country Times. Plus, a Ride the Rockies bicyclist returns after a horrific a…
 
We answer a Colorado Wonders question asking why there seem to be fewer pollinators like bees and butterflies this spring. Then, one community tries to go all electric to fight climate change. And, we explore the lost history of Irish miners in Leadville and the effort to make sure they're no longer forgotten.…
 
A first-of-its-kind designation will help preserve the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and make conservation more inclusive. Then, what wolf pups mean for reintroduction plans in Colorado. Also, understanding new resources to address behavioral health issues in the state.
 
People hire coaches so they can achieve results. If you want to be the kind of coach that helps people imagine possibilities beyond their boundaries, you can certainly help them get the incredible results they seek. Just ask today's guest. He's been described as "someone who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America" (New Yor…
 
Indie recording artist and fashion darling Garret Borns reveals the genesis of his creative life from Michigan roots and artistic upbringing, how he connected with the fashion world, a dress-up room with secondhand costumes, the importance of Halloween, and how what you wear is what the audience hears. The way BØRNS dresses on stage is the same way…
 
Colorado braces for what could be another summer of wildfires. Then, in Denver, organizers want to make Juneteenth a national holiday to teach people about slavery. Denver has one of the largest Juneteenth events in the country. And, "Systemic,” a new podcast from CPR, tells the story of one man's fight to reform policing after his cousin was kille…
 
As Colorado marks a vaccination milestone, there's concern about a variant on the Western Slope. What does this mean for public health? Then, civil rights activist Elisabeth Epps reflects on a year of unrest, and points out there's a key difference between "abolishing police" and "abolishing policing." Plus, “The Gringa” is a Colorado Book Award fi…
 
In Colorado, wildlife is part of the beauty of the place -- but there’s tension as urban areas grow. Then, the city of Fountain doesn’t have enough water. Plus, young climbers in the new film “Black Ice.” And, the state’s ambitious spending plans could be limited by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Also, Colorado’s newest International Dark Sky commu…
 
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