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Evolve CPG is an online community and podcast committed to evolving the consumer packaged goods industry because we believe that better products, brands, and leadership are not only possible, but necessary if we want to live in a better world. /// Through interviews with innovative entrepreneurs, purpose-driven marketers, and other brilliant brand leaders we hope to uncover the best practices for using business as a force for good. /// Our host, Gage Mitchell, is the founder of Modern Specie ...
 
Der Podcast zum Buch "Die Neue Gewaltfreie Kommunikation – Empathie und Eigenverantwortung ohne Selbstzensur" erschienen im Verlag BusinessVillage Markus Fischer leitet seit 1999 Ausbildungen in Gewaltfreier Kommunikation, Empathischem Coaching und Empathischer Mediation und berät Privatpersonen und Unternehmen. Seminare und Beratung für Privatpersonen: https://knotenloesen.com Seminare und Beratung für Unternehmen: https://kultur-wandeln.de Für eine Einführung in die Gewaltfreie Kommunikati ...
 
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Friends gather together to talk about all the things that keep us up at night, including the paranormal, conspiracy theories, true crime, and much more. We just hope that after listening you can still sleep as snug as a bug in a rug.
 
Rob Kent interviews fellow authors, editors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals to discuss the craft and business of producing middle grade and young adult novels. New episode every Saturday. MiddleGradeNinja.com. Rob Kent is the author of BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES . He runs the popular blog for writers, Middle Grade Ninja, which features interviews and guest posts from authors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals. He also hosts the Middle Grade ...
 
Join Lisa Hendey as she interviews awesome guests, takes in the latest movies and books, and travels the world. “Lisa Hendey and Friends” invites you into dialogue with authors and entertainment industry professionals, spiritual bright lights and seekers, and whoever else Lisa meets along her daily journey. From LA to Kenya and all points in between, come along for the conversation!
 
A positive and fun look in to the people and places that help make Lane County a great place to live. Every episode host Aaron Stansbury, will connect with a local leader, share best of lists, and give recognition to the people and places that help me Lane County Oregon a great place to live. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tel/support
 
A podcast about amazing women! 17 years ago, Carrie Brinton founded two of the countries most successful esthetics companies, Elase.com and NIMA.edu. Those years have been filled with the stories of hundreds of inspiring women. This podcast is women telling stories of triumph over tragedy, focus in the face of adversity, major grit resulting in impressive accomplishments and creative ways of living a huge, beautiful life. These stories come from women just like you. Women that you will actua ...
 
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Diana Rodriguez Wallach and I discuss cults, demonic possession, and writing YA horror in her new novel, SMALL TOWN MONSTERS. It’s a Halloween-themed episode, so we talk about Ed and Lorraine Warren, Stephen King, and that time Diana lived in a haunted house. Writing occasionally comes up as well, so we also discuss her journey through multiple lit…
 
The California Certified Organic Farmers, or CCOF, extends across the US and certifies more operations than any other organic certification company or organization in the country. This week we get together with Jessica Beckett Parr to discuss her work as director of the CCOF Foundation, and how her devotion to agriculture was shaped from a young ag…
 
Robert Beckowitz was murdered and dismembered in his own home by the two individuals closest to him. There is no amount of sex, drugs, or rock and roll that you could pay us in order to look at the crime scene photos again... Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: **Graphic…
 
My friend, Sarah J. Schmitt, and I discuss her path to publishing IT’S A WONDERFUL DEATH her newest novel, WHERE THERE’S A WHISK, and why you should never give anyone else power over your art. She shares how she found her editor on Twitter, how she secured her literary agent, and how she survived the collapse of her publisher. We also chat about au…
 
Your morning cup of coffee has a far greater environmental impact than you might realize. Ironically, the current unsustainable practices have the largest effect on the industry itself. Today’s guest, Paul Evers, is the Co-Founder and CEO of Riff, an innovative cold brew coffee company that looks to use the whole coffee plant, reducing waste and in…
 
We’ve got a special episode of PrepTalks this month! I’m in the hot seat today, as Katy Dunn, Director of Educational Planning at PrepMatters, interviews me about my new book, “What Do You Say?,” co-authored with Dr. William Stixrud. In “What Do You Say?,” Bill and I offer all sorts of practical advice for parents communicate more effectively with …
 
Pouring Ribbons was Imbibe’s Cocktail Bar of the Year in 2013, and over the course of the past decade, it’s remained one of the world’s most influential cocktail bars. For this episode, we chat with bar partner Joaquín Simó about Pouring Ribbons’ reopening in September and plans to permanently close the bar next April, what he hopes the bar’s conti…
 
Konflikte lösen mit Gewaltfreier Kommunikation "Du hast mir weh getan!" Das denken und sagen wir manchmal auch. Aber das stimm nicht. Gefühle entstehen zu 100% in uns, niemand "macht mir Gefühle"! Aber wir denken oft, die "Ursache" liegt da draußen. Das nennt man auch Projektion. Wie geht man mit Projektionen in Konflikten konstruktiv um? Der Podca…
 
Gayle Forman and I discuss her career from a journalist for SEVENTEEN to a celebrated YA novelist and the launch of her first MG book, FRANKIE AND BUG. She describes the experience of having IF I STAY adapted into a film and tells an excellent ghost story. We chat about WE ARE INEVITABLE, writing to get out of poverty, how there is no promised land…
 
Food Waste is a global issue and plays a pivotal role in the onset of climate change. While the problem might seem overwhelming, there are increasing opportunities for consumers to impact change through their choices. This week we welcome Turner Wyatt, CEO at The Upcycled Food Association, to discuss how his company is helping producers and consume…
 
For our 100th episode, we've found a sticky, sweet, and horrifying true crime topic! Moral of the story is to not listen to so much Def Leppard when you are angry. Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: https://www.chesterstandard.co.uk/news/19433220.cheshire-wife-murdered-…
 
Two-time Newberry Award winner and one of my childhood heroes, Katherine Patterson, and I discuss how she transformed from a “mediocre writer” to a Living Legend (so designated by the Library of Congress in 2000). We chat about her newest novel, BIRDIE’S BARGAIN, how Hollywood demanded a sequel to BRIDGE TO TERABETHIA, the time she kissed Robert Pa…
 
After getting sober in 2015, today’s guest, Kelsey Moreira, set off on a journey to make the world a little sweeter by starting Doughp Legit Cookie Dough, a company that makes edible, bakeable, and ridiculously tasty cookie dough. You’ll hear about Kelsey’s lifelong interest in marketing and how her ambition drove her to use alcohol to relieve stre…
 
Shannon Tebay is familiar to American cocktail drinkers from her time behind New York City bars including Death & Co., where until recently she was head bartender. This summer, she moved to London to assume a new role as head mixologist for The Savoy Hotel, and head bartender for its American Bar, one of the world’s most historic and celebrated coc…
 
Rajani LaRocca and I discuss the importance of finding a community of writers and how that led her to publication, as well as her newest novel, MUCH ADO ABOUT BASEBALL. We talk about the “slight fairytale” that led her to finding her literary agent, her time as a pitch wars mentor, plantsing, coordinating publicity and school visits (even during a …
 
Company culture is one of the pillars that will define an organization's outcomes, and the more intentionality and balance that can be brought into a workspace, the better for all involved. Linwood Paul and Matt D'Amour join us on the show today to talk about the idea of the business zip code, and how geography and assumptions can negatively impact…
 
We've narrowed down our vacation destinations to these three based on ability to social distance, sheer danger, and what will look best on our Christmas cards. Help us choose between weird boulders, a pit of fire, and a deadly stream! Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: …
 
Hörerfragen September von Stephanie und Christina Heute gehe ich wieder auf Fragen aus der Podcast-Community ein:Stephanie fragt: "Wie vermittle ich meinem Partner Respekt für meine Kinder?"Christina fragt: "Was tue ich, wenn mein Partner meine Bitte persönlich nimmt?" Unterstützen Sie den Podcast mit einer Mitgliedschaft in der GFK-Online-Communit…
 
Jessica Vitalis and I chat about her debut novel, THE WOLF’S CURSE. And we have a detailed discussion about the six-figure, two-book deal her agent, Sara Crowe, negotiated for her. We also talk about how Erin Entrada Kelley fell in love with Jessica’s book and helped her secure that vital representation. And we chat about the time Jessica was visit…
 
So many businesses struggle to find the right words to market their sustainable and social impact products. Today’s guest is Carolyn Parrs, CEO of Mind Over Markets, and she joins us to talk about the green consumer and the best ways to market sustainability. One of the big themes in today’s conversation is how to get people to adopt your sustainab…
 
On September’s PrepTalks, Ned chats with NPR reporter Michaeleen Doucleff about her recent New York Times bestseller, Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures Can Teach Us About the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans. They discuss what Michaeleen learned by taking her three-year-old daughter to learn parenting strategies from three…
 
It’s Negroni Week! For this episode, we check in with one of this year’s charity fundraising partners, No Us Without You LA, chatting with cofounders Damián Diaz and Othón Nolasco about their work to support undocumented back-of-house hospitality workers and their families during the ongoing Covid crisis. Then, we head to San Diego for a Tony’s Neg…
 
Warum viele Tipps nicht weiterhelfen, wenn Sie sich behaupten möchten Dominante Menschen haben gelernt, wie sie sich durchsetzen können - und sie haben zu wenig Rückmeldung erfahren, bzw. Grenzen gesetzt bekommen, wenn dies auf Kosten ihrer Mitmenschen ging. Kommen Sie in die GFK-Community und unterstützen Sie den Podcast Lernen Sie Empathisches Co…
 
Becky LeJeune and I chat about how she went from being a criminal justice major while working in a Walden Books to an editor and now a literary agent with the Bond Literary Agency. We talk about how she evaluates manuscripts, why you don’t want to convince an agent to represent a genre they’re not currently selling in, advice about finding comp tit…
 
Going green is set to be big business in the coming years, thanks, in part, to growing consumer demand for products that are good for the planet. But this can also be good news for brands, as embedding Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into your core strategy can help deliver long-term value. In today’s episode, we speak with Ryan W…
 
Jessica Renee Johnson's death looked staged to everyone except local law enforcement who quickly ruled it a suicide. We share her story in hopes that her family will one day find the answers they are looking for. Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: https://truecrimedaily…
 
Sara Pennypacker and I discuss tips for writing from the perspective of a fox in her long-anticipated sequel to the classic novel PAX, PAX: JOURNEY HOME. We chat about how she interviews animals and how she addresses darker subjects such as the full cost of war in children’s literature. We also talk about the novelization of SHARK TALE, how focusin…
 
The world of 3D printing and the cannabis space are two areas that have seen massive progress in the last few years. The intersection between these two spheres is what inspired today's guests to build the simple yet ingenious C-Bite! Joining us to talk about the C-Bite are the co-founders of Thriving Design, brother and sister team, Jordan and Morg…
 
Earlier this summer, bars and restaurants in the U.S. fully emerged from the pandemic, many operating under new sets of guidelines to keep guests and staff safe. With the delta variant now surging and wildly different rules and regulations taking shape across the country, we check in with bar owners in different parts of the country to see what the…
 
Chris Negron and I discuss how he became an author, how his Parkinson’s disease makes him a better writer, and his newest book, THE LAST SUPER CHEF. We wonder if writers ever actually retire and how learning alternate titles of great works might forever change them. We chat about choosing an audiobook narrator, the Atlanta writers club, UFO disclos…
 
No matter what kind of brand you are running, in order to be successful and create an impact, you need to be able to connect with a community and build an audience. Today we are doing things a little differently, and instead of interviewing a guest, Gage breaks down the principles detailed in the book, Influence, by Robert Cialdini, and applies the…
 
Marie Lamba and I discuss her terrible experience with her own novel that led her to become an agent with the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency for the past decade. We talk about the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing, each of us sharing our tales. We also chat about the pandemic’s effect on publishing (and its future effects), an age…
 
In order to make the best possible decisions, we need to use all the tools available to us, and not just the rational mind, that often dominates our choices. This is where the concept of heartset comes into the conversation, and in this episode, we are joined by two inspiring guests to explore the idea of heartset and how to utilize this important …
 
Back in early 2020, Dr. J Jackson-Beckham appeared in our annual Imbibe 75 issue as our Beer Person of the Year, based on her work at the time as the diversity ambassador for the Brewers Association, and her roles in academia and the nonprofit space. For this episode, we catch up with Dr. J on her consultancy, Crafted for All, which focuses on help…
 
John David Anderson and I talk about a little bit of everything in this far-ranging conversation between two Hoosier authors who like STAR WARS and Kurt Vonnegut. We chat about Anderson’s newest novel, STOWAWAY, as well as his classic, MS. BIXBY’S LAST DAY. Also discussed: writing two novels a year, leaving your heart on the page, space pirates, co…
 
Popularity and awareness of the B corp certification have been growing steadily and the burgeoning space is showing no signs of slowing down. Today we get to chat with Veena Harbaugh, who is the Director of Marketing and Communications for B Lab U.S. & Canada, about the topic of B corps and how her work at B Lab aims to champion this important step…
 
To commemorate the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, Kathleen Burkinshaw and I discuss her novel, THE LAST CHERRY BLOSSOM. This is one of the most important conversations I’ve ever had and I’ll be thinking about it for the rest of my life. Parts of it broke my heart and may break yours as well. You will hear my most awkward, deflecting …
 
Growth without a sense of responsibility is a recipe that can lead to many problems further down the road. Whether it be for a business or for a wider-reaching area of impact, sustainability and principle-led scaling of businesses should be a higher priority as we move into the future. Here on the show today to talk about this mission and how it is…
 
For Imbibe’s July/August issue, Dan Q. Dao explores the expanding world of Vietnamese coffee in America, sharing the stories of Vietnamese cafés and the drinks they serve. For this episode, we visit one of those cafés, Hello Em in Seattle’s Little Saigon neighborhood, and chat with Yenvy Pham (who co-owns the café with Nghia Bui) about her family’s…
 
Interview mit Oliver Walter vom "Lebendige Rhetorik Podcast" Interview von Walter Oliver vom "Lebendige Rhetorik Podcast" Wieso heißt es Gewaltfreie Kommunikation? Wie funktioniert Gewaltfreie Kommunikation? Kann man "gewaltfrei kommunizieren"? Worin zeigt sich "gewaltfreie Haltung"? Warum man Fehler machen muss, um Gewaltfreie Kommunikation zu ler…
 
Alyson Gerber and I discuss how to talk about food and diet for teens and creating sympathetic parent characters in her newest YA novel, TAKING UP SPACE. We also chat about how her ADHD is helpful to her as an author, the benefits of a background in acting, her writing workday, how wearing a back brace as a teen helped prepare her for the pandemic,…
 
The recent years have shown that the vegan diet and movement are here to stay and that there is an ever-growing demand for alternatives to the traditional American diet. Joining us on the show today to speak about her journey in and perspective on the world of vegan foods and recipes is the amazing Ellen Kanner, also known as The Soulful Vegan. Ell…
 
We try not to kink shame as we discuss serial train-wrecker Sylvestre Matuschka, a potential symphorophiliac. Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: Szilveszter Matuska - Wikipedia An Obsessive Disaster Fetish Turned This Man Into a Crazed Mass Murderer (gizmodo.com) Biogra…
 
Melissa Hope and I discuss her popular YouTube channel for authors, HOPEFUL HAPPENINGS, and how it paved the way to publish her debut novel, SEA OF KINGS. We chat about how she taught herself to write, collaborating with her marine biologist husband, working with Jolly Fish Press, finding beta readers, scheduling time to read while raising three ki…
 
With so much information available in the current age, finding trusted and convenient sources that are useful to our needs is more important than ever. This is the philosophy that has inspired Justine Reichman in her quest to supply a growing community with better information and resources for wellness and healthy foods. Justine is the Founder and …
 
In the summer of 2020, wine educator and enthusiast George W.C. Walker III made a big move from Michigan to step into the role of assistant director of operations at Wade Cellars, the Napa Valley winery opened by NBA champion Dwyane Wade. We featured Walker as a Person to Watch in our Imbibe 75 issue earlier this year, and for this episode, we chec…
 
A pope walks into a courtroom as the defendant. Except... he doesn't walk. He is carried because he is a skeleton. They put a dead pope's skeleton on trial in 897 AD. Twitter and Instagram - @biarpodcast Facebook - Bug in a Rug Email us your ideas at biarpodcast@gmail.com Sources: https://history.howstuffworks.com/historical-events/dead-pope-put-on…
 
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