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Court Wakefield and Sarah Hodge are two friends who are passionate about how open and honest conversations can cultivate inclusive communities. Each episode, we'll break down a topic through the lens of diversity and inclusion, so you can navigate the professional, personal, and spiritual scenarios that call us all to be better advocates.
 
Helping Local Small Business Owners like handymen, cleaners, landscapers, painters, tradesman, dog groomers, franchisees, pool cleaners, brick & mortar, etc, earn a 6 figure income. So if you're working 60, 70 hours a week and struggle to grow your small business and you want more financial freedom, this show is for you. My mission is to help you earn an awesome income!
 
The Healthy Communities Laboratory Podcast aims to inform a local audience on underreported stories in the community related to community health. Listen in to hear our staff talk to your friends and neighbors and the issues they care about and the good work they're doing as we all work towards achieving a healthier place to live, work, and play.
 
Sesame Street in Communities brings free video content of everyone’s favorite, furry Muppet friends as they help children and the adults in their lives reach their highest potential. Grover and the gang will tackle a variety of topics that face children in the areas of health and well-being, school readiness, and emotional well-being. Some of the content and topics presented are more sensitive, so you should preview before sharing it with a child.
 
Whistle and a Clipboard interviews successful coaches from the past, present, and future allowing them to share their coaching failures and successes, tips, drills, and skills, along with practice do and don’t to help youth coaches everywhere better coach the kids in their communities. Your host, Jason H Oates, will also interview other professionals discussing current issues related to youth sports among these, strength training, speed and agility, concussions, and arm care.
 
At the seed of every good online program, there’s a community. Kami Huyse believes empowering that community is critical to lasting success. In this podcast Kami, along with Madalyn Sklar, will focus on the root of the matter — building online communities. Through this process, they'll share information, helpful tips and advice, and takeaways to help build your own community. Learn how to monetize, provide value, inspire others to take action, and make this a great experience for everyone. K ...
 
Communities in Control is Australia's biggest and best annual gathering of community sector workers, volunteers and supporters - each year bringing together a stellar list of the world's brightest speakers and hundreds of people who work in or care about community to listen, debate, network, exchange strategies, and recharge. Communities in Control is convened by Our Community. VISIT: www.communitiesincontrol.com.au for further information about the conference and to subscribe for event and ...
 
Can you picture the future in a world without fossil fuels? Perhaps you think that living an "alternative" lifestyle has to mean painful and radical changes to the way you live now. This album looks at various small scale initiatives which show that living sustainably may not be as unpalatable as you might imagine. Bedzed, Findhorn, Hockerton, Samsoe Island; these are all decentralised communities at the forefront of a major social and technological experiment. In our world of finite resourc ...
 
The recipe for student success is complex. Many students come to school with tremendous academic and non academic obstacles. Schools and school systems are searching for ways to address the growing needs of students while remaining faithful to their core mandate to educate. ConnectEd explores the challenges facing our education system and how vital community resources are making a positive difference in the lives of our students. The 11 video-podcasts feature interviews with educational and ...
 
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The Docks, Ladies Rugby & Toxic Sneezing. In this episode, we hear new and archival stories of the history of Avonmouth docks and beyond. We meet former tug-boat skipper Ernie Blake who worked in the docks from the age of fourteen, then learn about the 1923 Wildcat Strikes led by Jack Williams and racism amongst dockworkers in the early 1960s. Avon…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter welcome Dr. Michael Osterholm, newly appointed member of President-elect Biden’s COVID-19 Task Force. Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota, the renowned epidemiologist warns of dark days ahead as pandemic cases surge across Ameri…
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Dr. Ali Nouri, President of the Federation of American Scientists, for an update on the current coronavirus outbreak, and Jim Luke, professor of economics at Lansing Community College, who explained the possibility of another paper product shortage across the country.…
 
Have you ever wondered how some business owners are able to grow their business without ever having to pay a dime in advertising? Well, the secret is in understanding the TRUE Lifetime Value of each and every customer you have and the potential for amazing sales! You see, each customer is more than the $50 a month they pay you (or whatever your typ…
 
There’s something comforting about coming home. You’re supposed to feel safe, loved, cared for, rested and happy at home. When we face the tough times and the hard days we have a longing to get back home. That longing is about more than a physical location or a heart full of memories, that longing was built into us by God and we’re longing to be at…
 
“After a surprise election victory in May 2019, Scott Morrison thanked the ‘quiet Australians’ for sticking by his side. Since then, it appears that our government is hell-bent on making the entire population quiet. Journalists are being pressured by the Australian Federal Police to cooperate or feel the force. There’s been talk of outlawing group …
 
This week hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with renowned Harvard Economist David Cutler, whose recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association projects the pandemic’s expected toll on the US Economy. Cutler warns that the dramatic death toll, more chronically ill Americans and a contracted economy will lead to a loss …
 
Gardening, positivity and making new friends. In this episode, we meet Christine and Mike who have live in the area since the 1960s, chat with Jan Perry, who helps run the Bristol Aging Better project and hear from Sylvia at the Growing Together project. We also meet 96-year-old Bill in Stockwood library who shares some of his opinions on the neigh…
 
Do you feel like your business has stalled? Maybe lost interest in doing something that you once loved? Busy yet something feels off in the business? Maybe the business isn’t going in the direction you wanted it to go. Then it is time to recalibrate. Let’s discuss today when it might be a good time to recalibrate your business. ~~~~ The Badass Busi…
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Nicole Lynn Lewis, founder & CEO of Generation Hope, Gabrielle Fitzgerald, co-founder of the Pandemic Action Network, and Jennifer Leach, head of the Division of Consumer and Business Education in the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection.…
 
Coronavirus Round 2 - Is Your Business Prepared? What Did Your Business Learn from the 1st Round of Coronavirus? This isn’t a political fight, nor is it mask vs anti-mask. This is about your business and making enough money to keep your business afloat and cover the expenses you have in both your business and for your family. What lessons did you l…
 
Football, Workhouses & Eastville Park. In this episode, Dr Roger Ball, Matthew Billington and Joan Knight tell us about the old Eastville workhouse, the story of Frances Morley (also known as Blanche Paine) and the work of the Bristol Radical History Group. The official historian of Bristol Rovers, Mike Jay, shares memories of the football club pla…
 
“Cities and towns should be built for the communities that will inhabit them. There is a trove of data on the demographics of any given town, but do we spend enough time consulting this data, and the people the data represents, to give us a better understanding of what the community needs? It’s time to put people back at the centre of our urban env…
 
“In Australia, policy agendas come, tip everything upside down, and then they go, swept away by the next fad. New Zealand has garnered world attention for its ‘Wellbeing Budget’ but Australia had a wellbeing framework a decade ago. It was quietly scrapped a few years ago and no-one noticed the difference. It looks like New Zealand is heading down a…
 
Are the People You Are Surrounding Yourself With Making You Better or Holding You Back? You might have heard the saying, “You are the 5 people you surround yourself with.” Have you ever looked in the mirror and asked yourself who has influenced you and are taking the steps needed to surround yourself with folks that make you a better business perso…
 
“The Social Progress Index is used to measure how well the environmental and social needs of citizens are being met. Currently, Australia ranks 12th in the world. That’s great, but what exactly does it mean? How do you measure social progress? What are we learning from the results?"Av Our Community
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Dr. Charles Zelden, Professor of History and Political Science at Nova Southeastern University, to discuss the period between Election Day and Inauguration Day, and Weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stagich for a look ahead at the 2020/2021 winter forecast.…
 
“When we hear the word ‘infrastructure’ most of us automatically think of roads, railways and bridges. But we all know that it takes much more than that to build a community. As a society, we need to shift the conversation to ensure that social infrastructure is brought into the mix. If we fail, what chance do we have at building stronger communiti…
 
“Working in the community sector can often be emotionally draining. How do community workers balance their life with the long hours and stresses of the job without breaking down? How do you keep it together when tackling some of society’s darkest issues? What is required to remain in control? Hear one woman’s story of rising and falling and rising …
 
“We all know that climate change is damaging our natural environment, but what impact is it having on our communities? A future defined by climate change will bring new issues and obstacles that the community sector will need to face and overcome. We have to. There is no Planet B."Av Our Community
 
“The world is a scary place. Or so our media would have us believe. Who controls the narrative we see on our television screens, or read online or in the paper? Why does it feel everything is going wrong? Governing for a population of alert and alarmed voters is vastly different to governing for a population of informed and engaged citizens. What n…
 
We live in complex times which creates a need to find answers to complex questions. There is no shortage of people who are willing to direct our steps but the question is what do Christians do when we have big questions in our life? In this weeks teaching we discuss how seeking and knowing Jesus can help us filter things through his heart and teach…
 
Do This Before You Do That Huge Bid Did you just get the dream bid you have been working on? Well, before you put pen to paper, there are a few things you will want to do first! ~~~~ The Badass Business Owner Podcast is for Small Business Owners who are tired of living job to job but want to grow their personal income. Each episode we discuss how t…
 
The Hospital, Teddy Boys & High Class Laundry. In this episode, we hear about the new-look and modern Southmead Hospital, and then from residents who moved into council housing in Southmead from St Pauls shortly after WWII. We hear stories about the history of The Clifton Laundry, which was staffed by people living in Southmead. We learn about the …
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one-star admiral in the U.S. Navy who served as the Chief of Naval Information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to discuss Veterans Day, and Jane Randel, co-founder of No More, to talk about awareness for domestic violence and sexual assault issues.…
 
Time to Reset & Get Your Business Back to the Basics When things get out of control, it is always a good time to take a step back and ensure your business is handling the fundamentals well. By getting back to the basics of great customer service, quality of product/job, and marketing, make sure that the business you are building is built on a solid…
 
Have you ever thought about what the core of your worry or anxiety is? We generally can identify the symptoms but often we don't dig deep enough to find the cause which is almost always that we lack the ability to control what is happening in our world. In this week's teaching we discuss what Christians do with worry and anxiety and we learn what i…
 
This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Timothy Jost, Professor Emeritus at the Washington and Lee School of Law. Professor Jost is considered one of the preeminent analysts of health law in America, particularly the Affordable Care Act. He discusses the rocky road ahead for the health law with a Biden presidency blocked by a…
 
Have a sales goal and wondering how many customers you need to hit it? Or maybe you plan to gain 50 new customers this month and wondering what you can expect in sales? Your Average Ticket is a great tool to use to answer both of these questions. ~~~~ The Badass Business Owner Podcast is for Small Business Owners who are tired of living job to job …
 
Housing, Young Mums & Hunting in the Woods. In this episode, residents talk about how Hillfields became the first council housing estate in Bristol. Jan, Anna and Terry tell us about the Hillfields 100 project, celebrating 100 years of the neighbourhood in 2019. There are also recent stories of raising children in the area with the help of the Hill…
 
It's Election Day. If you haven't already voted, be sure to make it to the polls today to cast a vote for inclusion. Many of you may be voting against Trump rather than for Biden. And that’s okay. If you disagree with Biden, you can vote him in on November 3 and give him hell on November 4. On today's episode, we're going to talk about how to hold …
 
Stop Chasing New Customers and Start Loving Your Past Customers. Your past customers are already in love with you. You need to focus on getting them to return more often and go out and become your biggest supporters in the community. Stop chasing cold leads and start making those warm leads hotter! ~~~~ The Badass Business Owner Podcast is for Smal…
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Crystal Carson, vice president of communications, culture, and media partnerships at When We All Vote, to discuss voter enthusiasm across the country in advance of the 2020 election, and Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, to talk about election engagement in the Black c…
 
Every four years we get the opportunity to choose who we want to lead our country. This blessing seems to have turned into a curse lately as there is more division and dissension in our nation than at any time in recent memory. In our final look at “What Christians Do” with politics we take a look at how Jesus responded when “forced to choose” poli…
 
This week hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Howard Koh, the Harvey V. Fineberg Professor of Public Health Leadership at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. A former Assistant Secretary for Health at the Department of Health and Human Services, and says the lack of a national public health response to the pandemic h…
 
Domestic violence does not discriminate. It can happen to anyone! Learn the signs that perpetrators of violence use to manipulate their partners. LGBTQI and Immigrant communities are also faced with this deadly malady.Av Rachel Tourgeman
 
Don't Sacrifice Profits for Sales! The franchise will always prioritize your sales over your profits. After all, they make money when you sell stuff not when you profit from stuff. You want to make sure you run the numbers and that anything they push, still makes sense profitability wise vs just sales-wise. ~~~~ The Badass Business Owner Podcast is…
 
Family, Trooper’s Hill & Money in Brown Paper Bags. In this episode, we meet Roberto and Marco, who run Giacomo & Sons Barber Shop on Church Road, which was set up by their father who migrated from Italy in 1966. Rob Acton-Campbell goes on to share the tragic story of author Elizabeth Emra, who wrote the popular book at the time “Scenes in our Pari…
 
Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Dr. Judy Monroe, head of the CDC Foundation and adviser to the Pandemic Action Network, to discuss the growing COVID-19 outbreak across the country, and Andrea Hailey, CEO of Vote.org, to talk about engagement and enthusiasm for the upcoming election.…
 
Raving Fans can be more powerful than any advertising that you could ever purchase. Raving fans will seek out customers for your business vs waiting to be asked. Can you imagine the impact just having 100 raving fans would do for your business? ~~~~ The Badass Business Owner Podcast is for Small Business Owners who are tired of living job to job bu…
 
These days our world is full of rumors and rumblings about all sorts of things. When we let our hearts be captured by these rumors and rumblings we can be lead into all sorts of interesting conclusions and allegiances. Our hearts are easily captured by these theories or ideas and we can find ourselves living from a place of fear, suspicion or even …
 
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