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Creation Date March 14th, 2020
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As most of us spend more time at home for the foreseeable future, I'd like to spend the next few weeks sharing and appreciating a free resource where we can find entertainment, education and inspiration: podcasts! Over the next 30 days, I'll be posting some of my favorite podcast episodes on my social media -- and I'll link them all here so that you can browse through them all. I'll avoid any COVID-19 topics (we're all inundated with that already), but the topics will vary between business and pleasure, serious and fun. I hope you enjoy discovering these podcasts and the incredibly talented podcasters who create them!
  1. Wilt Chamberlain’s brilliant career was marred by one, deeply inexplicable decision: He chose a shooting technique that made him one of the worst foul shooters in basketball—even though he had tried a better alternative. Why do smart people do dumb things? To learn more about the topics covered in this episode, visit www.RevisionistHistory.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
  2. When the home security company SimpliSafe launched, it marketed itself entirely towards renters. After all, they were an underserved marketplace—no other home security system was made for people who rent apartments. But SimpliSafe wasn't growing as fast as its founders expected, so it dug into its customer data and discovered something surprising: Half its customers were home-owners, the people it explicitly wasn't trying to reach. Now it had a big decision to make: Does SimpliSafe keep going with renters, or change everything (including its product!) to court this new marketplace of customers?
  3. Today's critics say that smartphones separate us. We no longer make the kind of in-person human connections that we once did, they say. Well... In this episode, take a trip back to the 1980s — when the portable cassette player was accused of turning people into “wind-up non-humans,” laws were passed to keep them on the streets, and one New Jersey man risked jail time for his right to walk with headphones. Get in touch! Instagram: @heyfeifer Twitter: @heyfeifer Web: jasonfeifer.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  4. Unlimited movie theater tickets for $9.99 a month? It sounds too good to be true and, well... it might be. You can follow Spectacular Failures on Twitter and Facebook using @failureshow. We're @failure_show on Instagram, where you can see photos from Lauren's tour of the former Heritage USA property. Follow Lauren Ober on Twitter and Instagram at @oberandout. Spectacular Failures is powered by you. Support the show with a donation at spectacularfailures.org/donate.
  5. It’d be so much easier to launch that new project or switch jobs if you knew exactly how it was going to work out! Unfortunately, it doesn’t work out that way. And that uncertainty can keep us stuck! It’s easy to let that fear hold us back. Today, Mario teaches us how to leverage that fear and use it for good! Get your 2019 Reflection Action Plan for FREE at marioarmstrong.com/goals Have a question for Mario? Call our Podcast Hotline and leave a voicemail! 646-770-1353 Get more inspiration from Mario on Instagram at instagram.com/marioarmstrong Watch previous episodes of Mario Armstrong’s Never Settle Show at neversettle.tv
  6. Finding employment and getting hired is one of the many barriers that formerly incarcerated individuals face when they return to their communities. This is why offering training programs inside jails or prisons is fundamental to preparing inmates for coming home and being productive citizens. According to a July 2018 report by the Prison Policy Initiative entitled Out of Prison, Out of Work, formerly incarcerated people are unemployed at a rate of over 27% - approximately five times higher than the national average. In this episode, you will meet Coach Rojas who is a trainer at the American Jobs Center in the Montgomery County Correctional facility in Boyds, Maryland. She works in the pre-release center inside the jail and trains inmates on life and job-readiness skills. You will also meet Lynda who went through this program a few years ago and is slowly getting back on her feet, pursuing her dreams, working and giving back to her community.Please listen, subscribe, and rate/review our Podcast in iTunes (if you open it up on Apple Podcasts, go to the iTunes page to leave us a review), Spotify, and on Google Play.Send tips, comments and questions to: podcastoneinfour@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter: @oneinfourpodca1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oneinfourpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oneinfourpodcastHosts: Bea M. Spadacini and Tim Nicholson 
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  7. The benefits of Podcasting are outstanding. Aside from being a fun and creative way to enjoy real human connection, it is also very educational, inspiring, and is a journey of self discovery. If you haven’t started your own podcast yet, this episode is our attempt to convince you that YOU NEED TO!!!🔗🔗LINKS mentioned during episode🔗🔗Start Podcasting for Free:https://youtu.be/LnQiCVW7YCQStart Podcasting For $100 Dollars:https://youtu.be/b3BAZ1ThMh4The Power of Storytelling https://youtu.be/HlV1wrcpGHU🆓⭐️GRAB YOUR FREE COPY⭐️🆓PODCAST JUMP START https://podsoundschool.ck.page/265da78ddaCome help out your COOL PODCAST SCHOOL and help us keep providing our free content for your fellow podskis. Become our next PATRON at our Overachievers Club. https://www.patreon.com/podsoundschool Also slide into our DMs YO!! Let us know when your PODCAST goes live and we’ll come give your new podcast some love!https://www.instagram.com/podsoundschool/https://twitter.com/podsoundschoolAnd HEY!!!Are you a member of our ELITE Facebook Group: Podcasting for Bosses???Don’t miss out. We do weekly #Thursday LIVE content exclusive to members. https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastingforbosses
  8. Michael Soto is the Co-Founder of Spark Collaboration, where he has helped organizations create powerful networks by systematically pairing staff to have coffee together for increased employee engagement, productivity and innovation. Spark builds upon the success of ‘Randomised Coffee Trials,’ a process that Michael helped design at Nesta, the UK innovation foundation. In 2015, Spark won the ‘International Project of the Year’ Employee Engagement Award for the work it has done with the International Federation for the Red Cross and Red Crescent. Spark has been highlighted in Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post as well as US News and World Report. Prior to Spark, Michael worked at Nesta, the UK innovation foundation, where he was part of the Innovation Skills team and helped develop a learning platform for practitioners interested in innovation. As part of a project funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, he undertook field research in Colombia to surface innovation tools and processes which Nesta subsequently expanded upon to develop the DIY Toolkit. Michael has attended Harvard University, the University of Sussex, and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota.
  9. Hey, Heifers! I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I can’t always live my life functioning at 100 percent. Anxiety and depression can hold me back, and I have to work around and with my mental health disorders. But ya know what? Sometimes, you really are only able to give 60 percent one day no matter how much you try to do more. I’ve exhausted myself this week trying to keep it 100 (ew sorry) when I needed to accept I wouldn’t get as much done as I wanted to for the sake of my health.  Check out the show notes at  www.anguseyetea.com. Let’s chat! Email: anguseyetea@gmail.com Follow me on Insta and Twitter @AngusEyeTea. Outro Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Want to support the podcast? Check out our partners below! BestSelf Co: BestSelf has goal journals, planners, thought decks, and a ton of productivity tools that are extremely helpful for those of us who are anxious and depressed and need some motivation. Use code ANGUSEYETEA for 15% off your order! *** I am not a health professional. I am simply a human who was diagnosed with an anxiety and depression disorder. Please talk to your friends, family, teachers, doctor, trusted human, etc. if you need help. I also have a resources page on my website that can direct you to different hotlines, therapy websites, and more at https://anguseyetea.com/resources/  
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  10. What good is social media for your business if it doesn't make you money? In 2016, Starbucks had a problem. A big problem. With Facebook exploding, Starbucks spent millions of dollars in developing their followers for their business -- 40,000,000 at the time. How many of those followers would go on to actually see Starbucks content? Due to Facebook's algorithm, Joe Pullizi of content marketing fame calls it less than 1%. Starbucks thought it had acquired a tribe 40,000,000 strong. Really, it's true audience was a fraction of it. Simply put, build your tribe on your own terms so you can protect your reach and make social media worth it for your business. Otherwise, who controls the access to your customers, really? It may be someone today who won't give you access tomorrow. 
  11. In this episode of the Aim 2 Win in Business and Life podcast we discuss sales. Business owners need to be intentional about their sales and at all times should know where their next sale is coming from. Do you know where your next sale is coming from?  Let's talk about it. Important websites: www.smallbusinessbootcampforwomen.com www.thenetworkforwomeninbusiness.com www.tonicolemanbrown.com 
  12. On today's episode, we are joined by former Captain of the nuclear submarine, the USS Sante Fe, David Marquet.    David joins us to discuss how upon taking over the vessel, it was ranked dead last in retention. He was able to turn the ship around by instilling leadership practices YOU NEED TO KNOW!    Thank you to our partnership with Acadium. Check them out here: http://click.acadium.com/SHb   To connect with David, check him out here: Twitter - https://twitter.com/ldavidmarquet Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ldavidmarquet LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidmarquet/ https://www.davidmarquet.com/   Find Me On Social: Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/matt_lebris/ Twitter -  https://twitter.com/Matt_LeBris LinkedIn -  https://www.linkedin.com/in/mlebrisnyc/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheMattLeBris/ www.mattlebris.com   Rate, Subscribe and Share! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
  13. One of the most common questions I’m asked is: “where do I start when it comes to content repurposing?” It’s understandable, right? After you’ve realized every piece of content you make can be repurposed into countless more pieces of content, the possibilities become overwhelming! I want to help you break that feeling of overwhelm and start repurposing your content so you can get more results from less work. If you’re not sure where to start, or where to go next, with your content repurposing, Answer The Public is one of the best research tools you can use. If you want a brilliant way to plan out your repurposing, you’ll want to hear about this amazing, totally free, website! Find out about: What Answer The Public is Why Answer The Public is the perfect tool for your repurposing research Other ways you can research content repurposing opportunities Important Links & Mentions: https://answerthepublic.com/ (Answer The Public) https://www.content10x.com/analytics-decide-content-repurpose/ (How To Use Analytics To Decide What Content To Repurpose) https://www.content10x.com/122 (Content repurposing and Reddit) https://www.content10x.com/podcast/ (Content 10x podcast) https://www.content10x.com/book/ (Content 10x book) To listen to this podcast episode and read the blog post, https://www.content10x.com/123 (click here).
  14. When we tell our story, do we portray ourselves as a victim of circumstances, or do we portray ourselves as the hero/heroine of our own lives? The ability to tell our own story directly affects our happiness and success, and our guest today is an expert in storytelling: Valerie Gordon, owner of career and communication strategy firm, Commander-in-She. The stories we tell others impact the way they see us and the opportunities we’ll get, just like the stories we tell ourselves influence the course of action we’ll take. And the stories we tell others are among our most important tools for building and deepening connection with others. Our past choices have created our present reality, so we should recognize that our present choices, the things we do in our current story, will influence our future story. We can make small changes in our current story to help create our next chapter closer to the way we’d like it to be, with more of what we want in it and less of what we don’t. We discuss my own story, and my pivot point when I realized that my story wasn’t unfolding the way I wanted it to and when I decided to take control of my own story. Valerie believes that in order to change our story we don’t always need to completely reinvent ourselves. She also says that wherever we’ve come from and whatever we’ve done in the past (maybe a marriage or a job that didn’t work out) hasn’t been a waste. Instead, we can ask what we’ve learned from it, what we can take from these experiences, as we write our next chapter. She talks about the multiple levels that are present in the stories we tell others. For example, if someone is complaining about something that happened at work that day, at the surface level they’re talking about the specific things that happened. Below that, though, are their own beliefs about why this happened to them, which is the meaning they’re making about it. And the research from the field of positive psychology is very clear that it’s the way we choose to interpret the details of our stories and the facts of our lives that creates meaning for us, and that telling our own story from a redemptive perspective as opposed to from a victim perspective makes us more resilient and optimistic, and leads to greater overall health. Valerie is all about taking command of one’s story and actively authoring it, and she uses the framework of storytelling to address how we can examine our lives more closely and ask the important questions that will allow us to begin rewriting our story so it unfolds the way we choose. To learn more from Valerie check out her website (https://commander-in-she.com), where she blogs weekly and where you can sign up for her monthly newsletter or get more information on her group workshops. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@CommanderInShe), and connect with her on LinkedIn (Valerie J Gordon). The book that Valerie recommended is “Our Struggles Have Purpose” by Shawn Elizabeth George, which you can find at Amazon (https://amzn.to/2q9P4DG). It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to iTunes and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now!
  15. Dr. Gay Hendricks has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and bodymind transformation for more than 45 years now. After earning his PhD from Stanford in 1974, he served as professor of counselling psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has also written more than 40 books including best-sellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap, Conscious Loving, and New Conscious Loving Ever After. The last two books were co-authored by his wife of more than 35 years. He has also appeared in more than 500 radio and television shows including Oprah, CNN, CNBC, and 48 Hours.
  16. This episode is something that has really, truly, I can’t stress this enough, changed my life.  It’s been such a huge part of the changes I have made over the last eight months, that I decided to make it my free gift to you.   Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review this podcast! 💚 Send audio feedback to Coach Christine now: voicemail/text to 920-LIFEWIN (920-543-3946). This Episode is Brought to You By Your Empty Nest Coach, Christine - click to view all of my free gifts for you! What You Will Learn in this Episode How to uncover your future The importance of getting to know a future version of yourself Imagining the future version of you in detail is fun Future you has all the knowledge you need Episode Questions for You To Consider Do you have any idea who future you is? What is the biggest dream you can think of for you, right now, and how does it make you feel? First Time Here? Try This Order of Episodes The Your Empty Nest Coach Podcast Trailer  Series 1: Empty Nest Prep - starts at episode #3 Series 2: The CEO of Your Life - starts at episode #64 Series 3: The CEO Toolbox - starts at episode #88 For detailed show notes, visit my website: https://youremptynestcoach.com/p13/   For everything else visit https://youremptynestcoach.com/links/ Between shows spend time with me on: Instagram: @EmptyNestCoach TikTok: @EmptyNestCoach  Linkedin: @EmptyNestCoach Twitter: @EmptyNestCoach Facebook: @EmptyNestCoach You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.
  17. On this episode of Out-THINK the Competition; hear the story of Shedwool and how the strategies we created for them are helping them break through their frustration and take their business success to a higher level. Want to be considered for being featured on the Out-THINK the Competition show? Reach out to us. Learn more about Shedwool at www.Shedwool.com  Visit Bob on LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/bobsager About Bob Sager The founder of SpearPoint Solutions, LLC, Bob’s professional background includes over three decades of experience in sales, leadership and training. He uses that experience and innovative thinking to develop business strategies that help organizations get unstuck. He also facilitates training on the methods of thinking more creatively that can help any business or nonprofit thrive in the today's economy.  Among other accomplishments, Bob is the  inventor of the innovative/creative ideas game What's the BIG Idea?™, Author of the personal achievement book, Discovering Your Greatness : A Higher Level Thinking and Action Guide and the book of innovative strategies and how to create them, 101 Freaking brilliant Business Ideas: And Ten Ways YOU Can Create Your Own.
  18. Corey Jackson arrived in the NFL in 2003 from the University of Nevada-Reno, which he had actually attended on a basketball scholarship. Having decided against playing professional basketball overseas in order to instead complete his degree in speech communications, the head coach of the school’s football team offered him a spot on the roster. It was the first time Jackson had played football since junior high school, having participated only in basketball and track in high school.In spite of his brief experience, in 2003 the Cleveland Browns signed Jackson as an undrafted rookie free agent. He spent three years with the team on the practice squad and was elevated to the active roster for one regular season game. In 2006 he joined the Denver Broncos practice squad, but an injury ultimately led to the end of the road for him in the NFL.However, the NFL is a place where life-long connections develop, regardless of the time spent. Jackson’s experience was no different. Along with developing those relationships, he also watched as many around him dealt with a variety of challenges that come with being a professional athlete.“It really was my experience, and my friends’ experiences, of people discouraging us from being independent thinkers and being pushed into the realm of just play football,” Jackson said. “I saw some of my buddies fall into that trap. If you’re not an independent thinker, you start to depend on other people to think for you. I had people call me up and talk about devastating experiences with people they trusted and had relied on to think for them. That’s not the plan. It got me thinking, ‘What’s the solution?’”The solution Jackson came up with was, Qwerkz. Qwerkz is an app for professional athletes to connect with each other and share ideas, experiences and information about any topic they choose, including business endeavors.“The goal of Qwerkz is to create the atmosphere where guys can communicate with each other but succeed on their own,” Jackson said. “These guys are going to bring so much more value to each other. When we’re communicating I can find new opportunities for myself and I might not be as dependent on you as you would like me to be" - from Lisa Zimmerman on NFL Player Engagement.- https://www.linkedin.com/in/coreyjacksonspeaks/- http://qwerkz.com/Please do NOT hesitate to reach out to me on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via email mark@vudream.comLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-metry/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/markmetry/Twitter - https://twitter.com/markymetryMedium - https://medium.com/@markymetryFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/Humans.2.0.PodcastMark Metry - https://www.markmetry.com/Humans 2.0 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Humans2Podcast
  19. The World Health Association reports that 77 million people in the world require a wheelchair, but only 7 million have access to one. Of the 70 million people who do not have access to a wheelchair, 8 million of them are children. These kids are missing school and developing potentially fatal deformities because they don’t have a good wheelchair. Keoke King is working towards changing this. We were delighted to have Keoke join us on PUSHLiving Podcast to discuss the goals of his organization, Participant Assistive Products. Participant makes affordable, easily transportable wheelchairs for children. They’re shaking up the wheelchair market so that everyone, everywhere can participate fully in life. Most of the necessary technology already exists to make this possible, it just needs to be made in a way that is durable and affordable. Keoke’s goal is to use a democratized system with his for-profit corporation to make wheelchairs available to all. Democratizing a product means that it’s not only for the elites and the wealthy, it’s for everyone. Basic wheelchairs are available everywhere in the world, but customized wheelchairs that fit the users’ style, body, and terrain are only available in the US, Europe, and Japan. That’s what Participant is working on. They want to make affordable chairs that perform well in all user’s environments. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE WATCH THE LIVE PODCAST HERE https://youtu.be/LcCX44uEyoQ Listen to our in-depth discussion with Keoke King to learn: How long Participant has been working on their first postural support, tilt & space, pediatric wheelchair product, and when it’s set to launch.The astonishing low price that Participant has been able to manufacture this first product for low-income governments, and how they’ve been able to bring it to the US market at half the price of comparable chairs.How they decided the first product they would create based on the World Health Organization’s identification of 50 high priority products for governments that are starting to provide for people with disability.What makes Participant’s wheelchair different, and how it’s making a difference in the lives of children, and the people who care for them.The advantages of tilt & space designed wheelchairThe benefits of not being a charity, but being a for-profit company.What it means to be a B Corporation, and why it works so well for Participant.How Participant is achieving their status as a company that services the “global community”How their product being made, where it’s being manufactured, and how it is customizable. “For us as product developers, we want users to have choice so we can see what they chose to spend their voucher on. So then we can move more in that direction.” - Keoke King RESOURCES Participant’s Website Participant on Twitter Participant on Facebook Participant on Instagram Keoke King on LinkedIn Participant on WeFunder.com No Pity book Inclusion Done Right: How to Make Sure Your Brand Doesn't Miss the Mark
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  20. 062: It’s easy to talk marketing strategies, optimizing conversions, 5 tips to make more money etc. But what about the good old habits? The things we do every day that inevitably lead us to be more successful? In this podcast episode, I will share 6 of my non-business related habits that effectively contribute to my success every single day. These practices are tried and tested and helped positively impact my business. Never forget one thing that might work wonders for me might not work for you & that is great… with this episode and these tips though you might get an idea on what to change in YOUR daily life to be more successful. Makes sense? Listen up and let me know what you think! Don’t forget to sign up to my FREE and LIVE workshop on How to Find & Hire a Kickass Virtual Assistant for $4/hour! We’ll talk about why you need to hire an assistant now, which platforms to use and many, many more! Just click on the link >>> http://bit.ly/hiringsupportworkshop --------------------- >> Want to join over 1,500 entrepreneurs learning how to build better businesses? Join our FREE Facebook community right HERE <<
  21. The Grown Woman Life podcast working the impact the perception of what it means to be a professional woman over 40. We interview Grown Woman Power Players, bold, brilliant, accomplished, professional women over 40 who share their stories with courage, vulnerability, and authenticity. Today's guest is: Lotte Svalgaard is an organizational psychologist who specializes in leadership development and coaching. She is a Senior Partner at the Management Consulting firm, Action Labs. She conducts training at INSEAD, The Business School for the World. Lotte has a PhD in Philosophy, is a published researcher, but most of all she is passionate and dedicated to helping people be at their best. I invited Lotte to join us to help us understand how "growing up" effects our actions as a grown woman. In this episode, Lotte shares some insights into who she is personally and how she has developed as a grown woman. A peek into some of the things you will hear include: "Leadership in our personal lives and professional lives are closely connected." "If I wanted my own identity…I needed to move out of my small community.""I needed to create something that is mine.""I was ready to embrace some of the things I wanted to do for me.""Turning 50 has been an existential shift for me.""Life continues.""Would I have the same chance to make the footprints that I am good at?""Is this something I am doing because I really want to do it?""What is important to me is passion and presence."Contact Lotte: LinkedIn: Lotte SvalgaardHer company website: InseadConnect with the Grown Woman Life community: LinkedIn GroupLinkedIn PageFacebook PageFacebook GroupTwitterPinterestInstagramConnect with Rocki:LinkedInFacebookTwitter
  22. Practical tips for get the most out of life and business so you enjoy it more.Getting More out of Life and Business with Nathan IngramAlmost every business owner has this same struggle in common. It’s an ongoing battle between execution and strategy.Execution is the business that needs to be done to keep things moving.Strategy is how you grow your business.In business, execution always wins because (simply put) things always need to get done. At some point we all hit a wall when we focus on execution. It’s great that we’re getting things done, but at some point, we have to focus on the strategy.Nathan calls this the whirlwind. The whirlwind is the busyness of the day that we all struggle with. We always prioritize the things we want to do instead of the thing we need to do. The whirlwind will never go away and that’s okay. Because that is the day to day of our business.How to regain control of your life and business: make room for CEO time in your life! CEO time is time that you spend intentionally focused on strategy.Here's how to implement this:Get out of your normal environment. (Find a place that inspires you.)You cannot do strategy work around screens. (The secret to avoiding your phone while you’re focusing is to turn it off.)Get the ideas that in your head out on paper.Pick your top 3 things that have the biggest impact on your business and life. (Likely, they are not things that you’ll enjoy doing.)Break the goals into a step goal, break it into something you can accomplish in 2 hours.For full show notes visit: https://creatingabrand.com/getting-more-out-of-life-and-business-with-nathan-ingram
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  23. Actor. Trainer. Headhunter. Consultant. Tony Fross is a Partner at global consultancy Prophet, where he co-leads the firm's Organization & Culture practice. Tony shares his career journey working at firms including Scient, Pfizer and CapGemini, and his proven philosophy on "adjacency."  Hosted by Josh Boaz and Mat Zucker, Rising is produced by Direct Agents and Prophet, with original music by Movers+Shakers. Visit us at rising-podcast.com1 Top Picks: App: Duolingo; Book: Thirtywise (career guide); The Economist --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/risingpodcast/message
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