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Ep 215 - Nightclubs and Bars 012218
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
A look into the pros and cons of nightclubs and bars. Episode 215 - Nightclubs and Bars Monday, January 22, 2018 Host: Timothy Rausenberger www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Ep 220 - Teaching with a Purpose 012718
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Do you teach every day as if the lives of your students depended on it? Are you looking for ways to revamp your teaching style? Episode 220 - Teaching with a Purpose Saturday, January 27, 2018 Host: Timothy Rausenberger www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Three Little Pigs (Rebroadcast)
Stories Podcast - A Free Children's Story Podcast for Bedtime, Car Rides, and Kids of All Ages!
A fun take on the classic story of the Three Little Pigs! Fun songs throughout and a great final message. Support the show and get ad free episodes at patreon.com/stories
Episode 41 – Hopwired Festival 2018
Pacific Beer Chat
On Feb 24th, 2018 the first Annual Hopwired Festival was held in Vancouver at the Croatian Cultural Center. Hopwired is a craft beer and coffee fusion festival and was a blast! The team that put it on killed it and I am glad to see that it will be back for a repeat performance next … Continue reading Episode 41 – Hopwired Festival 2018
Episode 45 – The Dandy Brewing Company
Pacific Beer Chat
  The Dandy Brewing Company in Calgary Alberta was on the cusp of leaving the Nano Brewing world when we sat down with them to discuss the brewery recently.  We talked to them about the current brewery and what was to come in the future.  Sit back and take a ride with one of the … Continue reading Episode 45 – The Dandy Brewing Company
Artificial Sweeteners - not so sweet?
Science Vs
Low calorie, no calorie and so sweet. Artificial sweeteners just seem too good to be true. Is there a catch? We dig into two big questions: Do artificial sweeteners cause cancer, and are they making us fat? We talk to Prof. John Glendinning, Prof. Susie Swithers, Dr. Kieron Rooney, and PhD student Jotham Suez about the latest research. Plus we do a fun experiment with PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman from Reply All!  Also, please sign up for our brand spanking new newsletter! We’ll share science that’s been blowing our minds, plus great content like the most amazing calculation from an academic of how much bigger 323 African Elephants are than nuclear waste. Head to: https://gimletmedia.com/newsletter/  Our Sponsors:Postmates - New customers get a $100 credit by downloading the app and entering the promo code SCIENCEWordpress - go to wordpress.com/science to get 15% off a new websiteHello Fresh - For $30 off your first week of meals go to hellofresh.com and enter the promo code SCIENCEVS30 Credits: This episode has been produced by Ben Kuebrich, Heather Rogers, Shruti Ravindran and Wendy Zukerman.Kaitlyn Sawrey is our senior producer. We’re edited by Annie-Rose Strasser. Production assistance by Stevie Lane. Fact checking by Michelle Harris. Original music and mixing by Bobby Lord. Extra thanks to Dr. Mary Pat Gallagher, Peter Bresnan, Euromonitor International and ubiome.   Selected References:Prof. Susie Swithers’s study on artificial sweeteners and feeding behavior in ratsA 2015 systematic review of the relationship between artificial sweetener consumption and cancer in humansJotham Suez’s study on artificial sweeteners and the gut microbiome
H.I. #84: Sloppy Buns
Hello Internet
Grady discuss more on the Trafalgar Square no fun, ambulance driver follow up, support your local radio station, UK snap election resuluts, WWDC, the 51st state and the United States flag, and a question of eating etiquette. Sponsors Squarespace: start building your website today with a free fourteen day trial and 10% off first purchase with offer code HELLO Audible: get a free 30-day trial by signing up at audible.com/hellointernet Harry's: Quality Men's Shaving Products - use offer code HI for $5 off Listeners like YOU on Patreon Show notes Brady at Trafalgar Square No juggling at Trafalgar Square Grey's Trafalgar Square video The other place... Future US flag designs Betsy Ross flag 51 pointed star designs
#277: Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost (@HenryRollins)
Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
Henry Rollins met me in a hotel cafe in Edinburgh, Scotland to talk about travel. Henry goes all over the globe. He really likes to get off the beaten path and explore new places. I thought I liked seeing things, but Rollins takes it to a whole new level. He goes places I've never even heard of, met people I didn't know existed, done things I'd be too scared to do. It was such a fun conversation and it filled me with wanderlust. 
The One Powerful Emotion That Can Release Oxytocin, Amp Up Serotonin & Dopamine, Give You Better Sleep, Lower Blood Pressure, Decrease Inflammation & More.
Ben Greenfield Fitness
https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/owen There is one emotion, above all, that elicits a release of the powerful feel-good hormone oxytocin, along with serotonin and dopamine. And promotes better sleep. And lower blood pressure. And decreased inflammation. And fewer aches and pains. Better relationships. Increased longevity. The list goes on and on. That emotion is gratitude. And my guest on today's podcast specialized in teaching gratitude, gratitude implementation and daily gratitude practice strategies and tactics to teachers, educators and children. His name is Owen Griffith, and he is a university level Student Mentor who supports and guides future teachers. Owen taught as an elementary educator for over a decade. Owen's first book, Gratitude: A Way Of Teaching, was published by Rowman & Littlefield and was a Top Ten Best Seller in April, 2016. This valuable book gives educators solution-based methods and research-based resources to improve classroom culture, as well as enabling schools to elevate students’ engagement and academic achievement. Grounded in scientific research, it delves into numerous integral aspects of gratitude as it relates to education. It features success stories and step-by-step instructions to successfully implement gratitude in schools. You will discover how to combat materialism and entitlement with gratitude and altruism, how to help teenagers utilize gratitude successfully, as well as encouraging the entire families of our students to embrace gratitude and make it a permanent part of their lives. He is a regular contributor to Huffington Post and his work has appeared on Edutopia and U. C. Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center’s online magazine. He earned a Master's Degree from Kennesaw State University in Educational Leadership. He is available for consulting, speaking engagements and to lead professional development in a variety of areas. He resides with his wife and son in North Georgia. During our discussion, you'll discover: -The important difference between having an attitude of gratitude and positive thinking...[8:00] -The surprising physical and physiological benefits of gratitude, including the idea of neuroplasticity, cardiac medicine and much more...[13:10 & 19:25] -The best way to pull yourself or your kids out of the vicious cycle of materialism...[24:40] -How gratitude can be used to decrease technology and smartphone addiction...[31:05] -Why Owen says that "gratitude works like a muscle", and how your brain actually changes and becomes rewired as you practice gratitude...[35:30] -The fascinating link between mindfulness, silence and gratitude...[43:00] -The best way to establish a daily gratitude practice for children vs. teens vs. adults...[49:10 & 53:50] -Owen's favorite resources, books and podcasts for learning more about gratefulness...[60:20] -And much more! Resources from this episode: -Gratitude: A Way Of Teaching -Dr. Jeffrey Froh -Gratefulness.org -Greater Good website at Berkeley -Owen's Huffington Post Database on Gratitude -The Christian Gratitude Journal Ben designed Show Sponsors: -Organifi - Go to BenGreenfieldFitness.com/organifi Discount code BEN for 20% off your order! -Onnit - Get 10% off ANYTHING, from functional foods to supplements and beyond, at BenGreenfieldFitness.com/ONNIT -Kimera Koffee - Go to KimeraKoffee.com and use code 'BEN' to get 10% off! Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Owen or me? Leave your comments at BenGreenfieldFitness.com and one of us will reply!
Wine For Breakfast, Skippy's Peanut Butter In Your Sushi, "The Jungle Effect" & Much More!
Ben Greenfield Fitness
https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/daphne Ever since a high school biology teacher informed Daphne Miller that clover produces a hormone similar to human estrogen, she has been fascinated by how our external ecosystem is linked to our internal one. Miller is a practicing family physician, author and Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco. For the past fifteen years, her leadership, advocacy, research and writing have focused on the connections between food production, ecology and health. Her writings and profiles can be found in many publications including the Washington Post, the New York Times, Vogue, Orion Magazine, Yes! Magazine, Food and Wine, The Guardian UK and Harvard Medical Magazine and JAMA. She is author of The Jungle Effect: The Healthiest Diets from Around the World, Why They Work and How to Make Them Work for You (HarperCollins 2008) and Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up (HarperCollins 2013). Farmacology appears in four languages and was the basis for the award-winning documentary In Search of Balance. Miller is an internationally recognized speaker in the emerging field of planetary health and a leader in the Healthy Parks, Healthy People initiative, an effort spearheaded by the National Parks Service to build linkages between our medical system and our park system. Her 2009 Washington Post article “Take a Hike and Call Me in the Morning” is widely credited with introducing “park prescriptions,” a concept that is rapidly gaining traction across the United States. In 2000, Miller founded WholefamilyMD, the first integrative primary care practice in San Francisco. She is a graduate of Brown University where she majored in medical anthropology. She received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School and completed a residency and NIH-funded research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. She was a Senior Fellow at the Berkeley Food Institute and a Bravewell Fellow at the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine. She serves as an advisor and/or board member to a number of non-profits, including the Institute of the Golden Gate, Education Outside, Mandela Marketplace and the Edible Schoolyard Foundation and Prevention Institute. Miller lives and gardens in Berkeley, California, where I visited her to record this fascinating podcast about her books The Jungle Effect: Healthiest Diets from Around the World--Why They Work and How to Make Them Work for You and Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up During our discussion, you'll discover: -How Daphne first discovered the jungle effect...[8:10] -The meaning of a hot spot and a cold spot...[12:00] -A fascinating example of an indigenous diet that leads to a health effect, including a Mexican Taramuhara diet affecting diabetes...[14:37] -What do you do if you can't trace your ancestors to one specific indigenous diet...[19:40] -Why Daphne sometimes has wine for breakfast...[26:22] -What Daphne found about some ethnic food restaurants now using ingredient substitutions that cater to North American palates...[34:30] -What first got Daphne thinking about the "soul of soil"...[44:20] -What we can learn about social behavior of humans from social behavior of chickens...[46:40] -How Daphne learned about cancer management from a winery...[52:30] -How dangerous microbes may actually be beneficial...[56:45] -What a hydrosol is and why you can use it for "sustainable beauty"...[60:40] -And much more! Resources from this episode: -The Facebook Live Version of this Podcast! -The Jungle Effect: Healthiest Diets from Around the World--Why They Work and How to Make Them Work for You -Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up -Hydrosols in Fruitland, Washington Show Sponsors:  -Onnit - To save 10% off your order, visit BenGreenfieldFitness.com/Onnit. -TradeStation - Active military and veterans, as well as First Responders get to trade commission free. TradeStation is dedicated to helping everyone who has invested so much into this country. Learn more and sign up today at TradeStation.com/Greenfield. -HealthIQ - To learn more about life insurance for physically active people and get a free quote, go to HealthIQ.com/BEN. -Human Charger - Go to BenGreenfieldFitness.com/humancharger and use the code BEN20 for 20% off. Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Daphne or me? Leave your comments at BenGreenfieldFitness.com and one of us will reply!
Donald Trump's America
TheThinkingAtheist
Apologist Ken Ham and others have declared Donald Trump's presidency a divine appointment.  But is Trump a true representative of the divine, or of the (secular) U.S. Constitution? This broadcast is the first of a two-part series relating to Trump's America.  Today's show features: Steven Newton: geologist and rep for the National Center for Science Education Larry Decker:  Executive Director - Secular Coalition for America Andrew Seidel: attorney for the Freedom From Religion Foundation Andrew Torrez: attorney and co-host of the Opening Arguments podcast Support our sponsor / Stamps.com http://www.stamps.com (promo code: sethandrews)  (Part two - A Secular State of the Union Address - airs 2/28 at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thethinkingatheist/2017/02/28/seth-andrews-a-secular-state-of-the-union-address)  
H.I. #85: Another Person I've Never Heard Of
Hello Internet
Brady and Grey discuss: more 51-star flags, Uber tipping, Disney Fast Pass, drama in Greece, Voting Drama, counting in the Gym, and Sportsball Corner. Sponsors Squarespace: start building your website today with a free fourteen day trial and 10% off first purchase Audible: get a free 30-day trial by signing up at audible.com/hellointernet Harry's: Quality Men's Shaving Products - use offer code HI for $5 off Listeners like YOU on Patreon Show notes 51-Star Flag Designs reddit discussion Star of stars Diagonal stars Star bar 51 stripes LI stars 51 of 51 We're #1 Ocker Uber Tipping Destin and Brady on a Disney Ride Risking a Phone for a Fishie Hard as Nails in volcano water Tims vs Steves Lawless golf PieGate Meat Pie
H.I. #86: Banana Republic
Hello Internet
Brady and Grey discuss: co-first-personing, invincible and disappointing phones, self-checkout and payments revisited, a bench of moral quandaries, a bit of buzz, and, of course, the aftermath of the Radio Times election. Sponsors: Harry's: Quality Men's Shaving Products - go to www.harrys.com/HI for a free trial set Audible: get a free 30-day trial by signing up at audible.com/hellointernet Squarespace: start building your website today with a free fourteen day trial and 10% off first purchase Listeners like YOU on Patreon Show Notes: Hello Internet Pirate Flag The Buzz Bee rustling Present with Audrey for scale Present on the YouTube version of the show
193: Under the Sea
Good Job, Brain!
Set sail on the H.M.S. Trivia! We're back with the sea's rich bounty of quizzes and facts: we got ghost sharks, sea movies, Dead Sea, and sea riddles. And move aside pumpkin spice, make way for sea salt caramel craze! From candles to protein bars, we trace the flavor's origin from ignition to popularity BOOM. Colin quizzes us about Sea Monkeys, Seabiscuit, and more "sea-words." And Chris explains how and just why the English breakfast ties into our marine-related topic. Also: We missed everyone!, Serena Williams title update
Episode 20: Apocalypse How?
Two Bit Geeks
Climate change, nuclear war, hostile AI, runaway nanotech, supervolcanoes, supermassive meteor strikes and unrelenting alien invasions: Ped and Tom shine a gamma ray burst on the biggest threats to our continued existence. Inspiration optional! Discuss the podcast on Reddit. Support the podcast on Patreon. Micro follow-ups [00:00] Todoist is working out great for Ped Blink: exceptional standalone sci-fi, and a great Who intro Andrew Mao clarifies Resilient Cooperators (more to come) Handicapping the (Human) Race [15:22] Inevitably, we roll along Wikipedia at its best: Global Catastrophic Risk Nick Bostrom and the Future of Humanity Institute Carlin on the anthropocene (and the sixth extinction we’re soaking in) Thich Nhat Hanh: evolving intelligence and love Interlude: A brief stroll through the Fermi Paradox and the Great Filter It’s two and a half minutes to midnight: The Doomsday Clock advances Hostile AI: Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and many others are sounding alarms Nanotech ecophagy, Grey Goo and see also Astrochicken Just a matter of time: supervolcano eruptions and magnetic pole reversal Gamma Ray Bursts - what fun! Music by Lee Rosevere (CC by 4.0)
Episode 23 – 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Company
Pacific Beer Chat
  On October 17th, 2017 Mike found himself in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. He reached out to a few breweries and luckily was able to hook up with 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Company. Mike sat down with cofounder Shawn Moen. This brewery makes tasty beer and has a cool story. This is our first episode removed from … Continue reading Episode 23 – 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Company
Ep 193 - Taking Yourself Seriously And Not Seriously 123117
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Be serious about your craft without letting others know. Episode 193 - Taking Yourself Seriously and Not Seriously Sunday, December 31, 2017 www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Ep 6 - Random Acts of Kindness (No. 1) 062717
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
A RAOK that has been one of my favorites in recent years. It costs nothing, and it definitely makes our world a better place. Episode 6 - Random Acts of Kindness (No. 1) Tuesday, June 27, 2017 http://twitter.com/brasstenor www.brasstenor.com
Ep 60 - Talk To Me 082017
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Find ways to help others release their feelings. Episode 60 - Talk To Me Sunday, August 20, 2017 Too many teachers and parents simply don't listen to their kids and allow them to express their feelings. Find out ways to improve this. www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
079: Fired by his Family... How did Brad Martineau rebound to Build a Thriving Business?
Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration
Brad Martineau is the Cofounder of SixthDivision & PlusThis. Companies that help businesses plan out and thrive on marketing automation via Infusionsoft. Brad started his business career as Infusionsoft’s sixth employee and got a front row seat in watching the company grow from just six to 150 people, and from $500,000 to over $15 million in revenue...   Want to Support the Show? Well join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Here's just a few of the perks of joining: (1) Instantly Schedule a Call with Austin - where he'll help you with your current or future business... (2) Discounted Pricing for Our Business Masterminds - where you can connect with other listeners... (3) Get Listed in Our Business Directory - for valuable SEO Juice... & so much more... Before Prices Increase... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon. 😀😎😍   *** For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & the Fabulous 4 Questions on this episode visit our website: Brad Martineau Interview. ***    Support this Podcast via Patreon Feedback? Questions? Comments? My team & I would love to hear from you! Hollar at us via: Twitter (@acpeek // @millionairepod), Instagram (@millionaire_interviews), LinkedIn (@austincpeek), Facebook (@acpeek // @millionaireinterviews), or email: austin@millionaire-interviews.com. 😀😎😍    
078: Should You Franchise? How Snip-its founder Joanna Meiseles grew her brand Nationally.
Entrepreneur Stories 4⃣ Inspiration
Joanna Meiseles saw the need for a hair salon focusing on children and launched Snip-its in Boston, MA in 1995. As Founder and CEO of Snip-its, Ms. Meiseles ran five company locations, then franchised the concept in 2004 and grew the brand over a ten-year period. Under Ms. Meiseles’ leadership, Snip-its received numerous awards including the Franchise Times’ fastest 55 growth brands, and the Entrepreneur Top 500. Ms. Meiseles was twice a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award. Today, Snip-its franchise owners operate 65 locations in 22 states.   Want to Support the Show? Well join our Patreon Group! What's in it for you? Here's just a few of the perks of joining: (1) Instantly Schedule a Call with Austin - where he'll help you with your current or future business... (2) Discounted Pricing for Our Business Masterminds - where you can connect with other listeners... (3) Get Listed in Our Business Directory - for valuable SEO Juice... & so much more... Before Prices Increase... Sign-Up Now at millionaire-interviews.com/patreon. 😀😎😍   *** For Show Notes, Key Points, Contact Info, Resources Mentioned, & the Fabulous 4 Questions (below is a preview of the Q&A) on this episode visit our website: Joanna Meiseles Interview. ***   Support this Podcast via Patreon   Feedback? Questions? Comments? My team & I would love to hear from you! Hollar at us via: Twitter (@acpeek // @millionairepod), Instagram (@millionaire_interviews), LinkedIn (@austincpeek), Facebook (@acpeek // @millionaireinterviews), or email: austin@millionaire-interviews.com. 😀😎😍   Fabulous 4 Questions (answered by Joanna Meiseles) 📖 📚 Favorite Book(s)? The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey 🙌😎 Favorite Amazon.com purchase? Yoga pants 🌱💸 Favorite Tool that's GROWN your Business? Gmail 💭💡 BIGGEST Challenge keeping your Business from GROWING? Marketing   More Tools & Information on this interview and others can be found on our website: Millionaire Interviews Podcast.    
Ep 69 - Erasing Selfishness Through RAOK 082917
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Ways to stop being selfish. Episode 69 - Erasing Selfishness Through Random Acts of Kindness Tuesday, August 29, 2017 When was the last time you did something good for someone without any expectations for yourself? It could have a positive effect on you. www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Ep 85 - The Expectations Of Students 091417
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
What should teachers expect from students? Episode 85 - The Expectations Of Students Thursday, September 14, 2017 What should students expect from their teachers? And vice versa? www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Ep 86 - Organizing An Arts Festival 091517
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Ways to organize all components of an arts festival. Episode 86 - Organizing An Arts Festival Friday, September 15, 2017 What you need to know about organizing an arts festival. www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg
Ep 81 - No Thank You Please 091017
Getting It Done (Music/Education/Life Lessons)
Teaching manners to everyone. Episode 81 - No Thank You Please Sunday, September 10, 2017 An episode about the three words not being used enough in today's world. www.brasstenor.com twitter.com/brasstenor itun.es/i6d62cg