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Publishing weekly since 2012, this show helps marketers navigate the ever changing marketing jungle with expert interviews from leading marketing pros. Join Social Media Examiner’s founder Michael Stelzner as he helps you discover new strategies and actionable tips to improve your marketing. Show notes at Socialmediaexaminer.com/podcast/
 
Twitter marketing expert Madalyn Sklar shares her insights on Twitter best practices in her #TwitterSmarter podcast. Listen as Madalyn interviews top-ranked social media and marketing rock stars who share their best Twitter tips, tools and resources that’ll inspire you to crush your Twitter marketing. These expert tips will teach you how to “work smarter not harder” on Twitter and get noticed right now.
 
The Partially Examined Life is a podcast by some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. Each episode, we pick a short text and chat about it with some balance between insight and flippancy. You don't have to know any philosophy, or even to have read the text we're talking about to (mostly) follow and (hopefully) enjoy the discussion. For links to the texts we discuss and other info, check out www.partiallyexaminedlife.com. We also featu ...
 
Think Queerly is a Podcast by writer and Transformational Coach, Darren Stehle. Darren works with (queer) thought leaders, change-makers, and creatives to experience more happiness, freedom, and peace of mind. In his articles and podcast, Darren shares insights and strategies to enhance critical thought, open-mindedness, curiosity, understanding, and respect for diversity and the commonality of humanity. Inspired by his ongoing study of the Tao Te Ching, he shares his message of human-hearte ...
 
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Winning Slowly

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Winning Slowly

Chris Krycho and Stephen Carradini

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There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how the latest tech gadget or “innovation” will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in a decade—much less a century. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond? 25–35-minute episodes released the first and third Wednesdays of the month.
 
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SAGE Education

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SAGE Education

SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and ...
 
Sport Management Review Insights is your accompaniment to the academic journal, Sport Management Review. The podcast will delve into the journal’s published research by speaking to the researchers themselves. Each podcast is dedicated to a published research article from the journal, which you’ll also be able to read at the Sport Management Review website. If you love sport, you'll love Sport Management Review Insights! Thanks to the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand ...
 
Intersection is a podcast that explores the many intersections inside healthcare, public policy, social issues, or even the art of storytelling. Bobby Rettew has spent his career interviewing some of the most interesting people, crafting some of the most complex stories. Now he brings these intersections together and the narratives that emerge from inside these stories. To learn more, go to IntersectionPodcast.com.
 
WeLoveBetting was set up in 2012 by Mark O’Haire, Chris Graham and a few other friends. The aim was simple – create regular content detailing our best bets and sharing these with our social media followers. No anonymity, no hiding place, just free in-your-face betting content for followers and fans to enjoy. We've since established an award-winning website (http://welovebetting.co.uk/) and produced a Euro 2016 preview guide that tipped up Portugal to win outright at 22/1. Our latest project ...
 
Podcast for the weekly live Internet radio show Mental Speak and Music Speak on the largest personality-driven Internet station in the world, Fishbowl Radio Network at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. I am a social worker, DJ, stand-up comedian, Navy veteran, and administrator with the media platform, Urban Intellectuals. I coined the term “Cultural Therapist”, with a mission to help us explore the human experience to make change, using music and comedy to aid the journey. Support this p ...
 
Each week, Black Issues Forum presents a diverse panel of guests discussion topics on an unlimited number of topics including politics, social concerns, health, education, justice, entertainment, technology, public policy, media and who’s who. Through weekly discussions, viewers are provided information they can use to hopefully improve their lives and the world around them.The goals of BLACK ISSUES FORUM are to: a) provide a vehicle for a balanced exchange of views on topics of vital import ...
 
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Continuing on the Categories, considering artifacts, social construction in cutting up the world, different kinds of properties, and more. If you're not hearing the full version of this part of the discussion, sign up via one of the options described at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support.
 
Mark Linsenmayer is joined by Tim Quirk of Too Much Joy, Aaron David Gleason, and Chris Sunami to talk about what makes a cult band. We touch on artists like Tom Waits, Velvet Underground, Big Star, XTC, and The Cure. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop or by subscribing via Apple Podc…
 
In this episode we chat to Yuhei Inoue from Manchester Metropolitan University about how sport organisations can play a more active role in contributing to crisis response and recovery. We discuss the article Yuhei and co-authors Daniel Lock, Leah Gillooly, Richard Shipway, and Steve Swanson published about the topic "The organizational identificat…
 
In the 1950s, as 15-year-old Jim Foshee hitchhiked from his tiny Idaho hometown to Los Angeles, he met kind-hearted strangers, kindred souls, and drag queens as well as con artists, liars, and ruthless cops. His vivid memories of McCarthyism, government hunts for homosexuals, and routine firings sit alongside remembrances of the Beats, hippies, and…
 
Do you want to diversify your ad spend beyond Facebook and Instagram? Have you thought about Pinterest ads? To learn which types of products work best with Pinterest ads and how to create your first Pinterest ad campaign, I interview Lindsay Shearer. Sponsor: Visit Wix.com/Partners and reimagine what your agency can accomplish. | Sponsor: Join Mark…
 
Carey is best known for her countless viral videos, she has also written for FEE which is the Foundation For Economic Education and prior to that she was the Anti Media's editor in chief from 2014 to 2018 which was TFTP's alt media ally. We Reflected on the third anniversary of 'The Purge' (which was a day when Facebook and Twitter removed hundreds…
 
On the Categories (ca. 350 BCE), which purports to describe all the types of entities that exist. We mostly talk about substances, as A's presentation raises interesting questions about, e.g. the status of the species of substance, and the rest of the categories (e.g. quality, quantity, relative) rely on substances existing. So how exactly do these…
 
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from Louisiana State University about the relationships among co-streamer expertise, co-streamer identification, co-streaming fit, virtual interactions, and continuous watching intentions. We discuss the article Tyreal published about the topic "Watching sports on Twitch? A study of factors influencing continuan…
 
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To show our level of commitment to bringing attention to this plague of violence we began this year with an interview with MJ Vess in an episode entitled: Broken Bones, psychological, emotional, financial abuse, intimidation and control. If you haven’t listened to this survival story, please do so here.…
 
Michael Bach is the founder and Chair of the board of directors of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion. He is nationally and internationally recognized as a thought leader and subject-matter expert in the fields of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility, bringing a vast knowledge of leading practices in a live setting to his wo…
 
Are so-called "material objects" really just a scam? These two cut-ups (Bill and Mark) cut up the world in various ways, showing you how to teach, how to act, and how to haggle. Mark philosophizes at partiallyexaminedlife.com. Bill improvises (and teaches) at chicagoimprovstudio.com. Hear more Philosophy vs. Improv. Support the podcast to get our p…
 
Do you need a better strategy? Wondering how to use data to gauge when to start, stop, or scale your marketing efforts? To discover why data is important, what data to look at, and how to use data to inform your strategy, I interview Brie Anderson. Sponsor: Visit wix.com/ecommerce to create your store and drive sales today. | Sponsor: Join Marketin…
 
The land is not just ancient but “antique,” and while many of its artifacts end up as the possessions of distant museums, they may yet be capable of overpowering their audiences. Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “Ozymandias” is traditionally taken as an exploration of hubris, and of the obliviating effect of time on power and its pretensions. But the poem al…
 
Continuing on Faces At the Bottom of the Well (1992), with guest Lawrence Ware. We discuss "The Racial Preference Licensing Act" (ch. 3). If you're not hearing the full version of this part of the discussion, sign up via one of the options described at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support.
 
In this episode we chat to Wonju Lee from the University of Illinois about the influence of sport-based youth development programs on intentional self-regulation. We discuss the article Wonju and co-authors Gareth Jones, Moonsup Hyun, Daniel Funk, Liz Taylor, and Jon Welty Peachey published about the topic "Development and transference of intention…
 
Jerry is DEVO's co-frontman and chief philosopher. They've released nine albums since 1978. His solo career has been sporadic, with a release as Jihad Jerry & the Evildoers in 2006 and a few singles. We discuss his new song and video "I'm Gonna Pay U Back," and one of those Jihad Jerry tracks (that album now reissued to include the new track) "The …
 
The Living OUT Podcast launched June 20, 2018. I renamed it to Think Queerly after the 100th episode. That means over the last 3 years I have published approximately 5 episodes per month! The influence and importance of my purpose statement to everything I do in my coaching, my articles, and the podcast: “When you freely love who you are, you can f…
 
Want to turn more Instagram followers into customers? Have you considered combining Reels and Stories to attract and convert? To discover a strategy to sell with Instagram Reels and Stories, I interview Chalene Johnson. Sponsor: Start your FREE 14-day trial by visiting ActiveCampaign.com/sme. | Guest: Chalene Johnson | Show Notes: socialmediaexamin…
 
On Faces At the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism (1992), a foundational text in critical race theory that presents thought experiments in the philosophy of law, including "The Space Traders." With guest Lawrence Ware. Part two of this episode is only going to be available to you if you sign up at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support or via…
 
In this episode we chat to Mitchell McSweeney from York University about analysing the bicycles for development "movement" as hybrid organisations attempting to achieve development goals. We discuss the article Mitchell and co-authors Lyndsay Hayhurst, Brian Wilson, Emerald Bandoles, and Kelvin Leung published about the topic "Colliding mandates of…
 
Want to start a podcast that helps you grow your business? Want to avoid the common mistakes and create a show that builds a loyal audience? To discover what you need to do to successfully launch a business-building podcast, I interview Paul Colligan. Sponsor: Start your FREE 14-day trial by visiting ActiveCampaign.com/sme. | Guest: Paul Colligan |…
 
Ryan Hartwig is a former content moderator for Facebook who wore a hidden camera to expose the bias and censorship happening internally at America's largest social media company, Facebook. Since Ryan exposed Facebook, he has done countless interviews in the past year after he publicly came out as a Facebook whistleblower in June 2020. After he work…
 
For our final 2021 installment on G.W.F. Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, we give you a second episode originally posted in 2011, where Mark and Seth continue from ep. 35 with guest Tom McDonald to cover the rest of chapter 4, focusing on sections 178-230. We cover the famous "master and slave" parable, plus stoicism, skepticism, and the "unhappy c…
 
In this episode we chat to Per Svensson from Louisiana State University about the utility of employee engagement in the context of the sport for development workforce. We discuss the article Per and co-authors Shinhee Jeong, Brad Shuck, and Marcella Otto published about the topic "Antecedents and outcomes of employee engagement in sport for develop…
 
This is our 30th episode!! Not an easy feat to achieve. Our fanbase and listenership has now reached 78 countries! Thank you so much for making this fact a reality. Every member of our production team is humbled and overjoyed by this global reach and expansion! Today we have the distinct honor and high privilege to talk with someone whom I consider…
 
Human beings are not unchanging. We are not a rock or even a tree. We are not a solid form. If we don't like who we are, we can change who we are. Our essential nature is not a fixed one. We have the capacity to change who we are because we have the ability and the skill to do so. Our character, our identity, and our choices are amorphous. The way …
 
Want to grow your TikTok reach? Wondering how to boost your organic content? To discover how to use the TikTok Promote ad feature to amplify your content and reach more people, I interview Giselle Ugarte. Sponsor: Start your FREE 14-day trial by visiting ActiveCampaign.com/sme. | Guest: Giselle Ugarte | Show Notes: socialmediaexaminer.com/476 | Rev…
 
We re-introduce an episode from ten years ago that's long been behind our paywall on G.F.W. Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, Ch. 4A, "Self-Consciousness," which features guest Tom McDonald. We've removed the "review" section of the old episode (the first half), because it's duplicative of our recent three-episode run on this book. The discussion th…
 
In this episode we chat to Liz Taylor from Temple University about using social role theory to examine workplace behaviours within intercollegiate athletic department employees. We discuss the article Liz and co-authors Rose Marie Ward, Matt Huml, and Lindsey Darvin published about the topic "Examining intercollegiate athletic department employees’…
 
The minute we think we have control, it can be taken away. In essence, there is really nothing that we can hold on to with the absolute certainty that it will never change. We might hold on to a rock and believe that is the perfect example of permanence until we accidentally drop it and it breaks into several pieces. In today's episode, I will take…
 
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