Hillary Clinton on Dissent and Democracy
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Debra and Mandana sit down with Hillary Clinton for the season finale of The Dissenters to discuss the importance of dissent, the critical role it plays in democracy, the challenge our country is facing today as dissent is being silenced, and what this means against a backdrop of the rise of fascism and nationalism in this country and around the world.

 

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GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast
GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast
gymcastic@gmail.com
The Gympocalypse
WATCH Club Gym Nerd members can watch the podcast being recorded and see video clips of the gymnastics while we discuss. Please login to your Club Gym Nerd account to listen and/or watch this episode. Not a member? Join here. THE NEWS * No...the Olympics haven't been canceled. Well, not yet. Becky Downie and Simone talk about it. * Nia Dennis went viral for her black excellence floor routine, and Rylie Mundell and Elizabeth Culton showed how things should be done * COVID or Correct: Michigan is pausing athletic activities, and a certain former head coach is throwing away 40 years of gymternet goodwill * The Gympocalypse caught Oklahoma, Michigan, and Minnesota, while Pauline Tratz and Sara Taubman had to save UCLA through the power of feelings * The Pitt Pride meet was a rainbow explosion and the groundbreaking UCLA intro video FEEDBACK * The rules of gymnastics broadcasting * MORE virtual meet systems in men's gymnastics * A disappointed parent's pandemic meet experience * Do callus disappear during pandemic pauses? We have the answer. * How to bring NBC into the 21st (20th?) century THE POSTS * Week 3 Rankings January 25, 2021 * Saturday Live Blog – January 23, 2021 January 23, 2021 * Friday Live Blog – January 22, 2021 January 22, 2021 * Keeping Up with the Cool GIFs – Week 2 January 19, 2021 * Live Blog: ASU vs. UCLA - January 23, 2021 * Live Blog: Utah vs. Oklahoma - January 17, 2021 JOIN CLUB GYM NERD * Join Club Gym Nerd or buy a gift membership for access to Behind the Scenes episodes. * Behind The Scenes: How Ivan Survived a Coup * Behind The Scenes: Stories from DC * Behind The Scenes: Spencer's Tights Story * Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here. * We have masks too! RELATED EPISODES * Kneeling for Justice (and Vault) * COVID or Correct * It's the Olympic Year. Again. * 453: European Championships of Feelings with Olly Hogben * 452: A Beam REVELATION * 451: Caring Too Much * Gym Nerd School 101
1 hr 41 min
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
Cloud10 & iHeartRadio
Dr. Edith Eger
Today on Work in Progress, Sophia is joined by Dr. Edith Eger (@dr.editheger)! Dr. Eger is a highly sought after psychologist, author, and keynote speaker who survived the Holocaust as a teenage girl and went on to thrive despite the trauma she endured. Edie, as her friends affectionately call her, obtained her doctorate in psychology and learned to use her imprisonment at Auschwitz as a powerful analogy for the prisons we create in our own minds. Her mission is now to inspire others to discard their limitations and find renewal and freedom within themselves. After becoming a New York Times Bestselling Author with her memoir, The Choice, Dr. Eger wrote a hands-on guide to overcoming trauma that just came out this fall called The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life. Somehow between her busy clinical practice in La Jolla and her many speaking engagements, this energetic 93 year-old made time to sit down for a chat! On today’s episode of Work in Progress, Sophia and Dr. Eger discuss the power of thought, how the most obnoxious person can be your best teacher, why “How are you doing?” is a stupid question, and how love is what you do rather than what you say. Dr. Eger also shares her harrowing accounts of arriving at Auschwitz, being forced to dance for Josef Mengele, and how she found the spirit to survive it all within her own mind.  Thank you to our sponsors for today’s episode: Framebridge (framebridge.com promo code WIP) Each & Every (eachandevery.com/WIP and use promo code WIP) HelloFresh (hellofresh.com/10wip promo code 10wip) Organifi (organifi.com/wip) NuCalm (wip NuCalm.com ) Herbal Essences (herbalessences.com)
1 hr 29 min
Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
Rebecca Minkoff
Make Your Priorities Your North Star: Alicia Tillman of SAP
This  episode is in partnership with SAP SuccessFactors.  Alicia Tillman always loved writing. As a child growing up on the coast of New Jersey, she spent her formative years by the ocean, surfing and making a plan for how she could parlay her passion for the written word into a successful career. You don’t often find writers on the business-driven Forbes’ “Most Influential” lists, but that’s exactly where Alicia landed – as one of the most influential chief marketing officers in the world. She had successfully turned her interest in writing into that of a contemporary storyteller, marketing for tech company SAP. Recently celebrating her 6th year at the company, Alicia has pioneered the support of women in the workplace, joining up with Rebecca’s Female Founder Collective to support the initiative Back to Best for Parents, aimed at supporting working professionals and parents who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. The wise woman that she is, Alicia acknowledges that much of her success has to do with refining her priorities, and knowing when to look to her support system for help. Thanks for listening! We love our listeners! Drop us a line or give us guest suggestions here, or visit https://anchor.fm/superwomen/messages on your desktop or phone to leave us a voice memo! Follow Superwomen on Instagram. Big Ideas * Alicia’s passion for marketing. * Learning to focus on priorities – no one can do everything well! * Why storytelling is the most valuable asset to a successful company. Links SAP Back to Best for Parents Female Founder Collective --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support
33 min
Checking In
Checking In
SELF & Condé Nast
Creating a Workout Routine (For Real This Time)
In this episode of Checking In, we hear from Monica, a listener who says she knows she should develop a fitness and exercise routine—but she just can't find the motivation to get started. First, Carolyn consults with Amy Eisinger, SELF’s digital director (and a certified trainer). Amy shares useful tips about how to turn exercise into a lifelong habit (for real this time). Amy then speaks with Roz “The Diva” Mays, a pole dancing instructor and trainer, about her experience falling in love with different forms of exercise. Apps and At-Home Fitness Options The 33 Best Workout Apps So You Can Exercise Anywhere 20 Best YouTube Yoga Channels for When You Need Some Gentle Movement 18 Dance Workout Videos on YouTube That Are Just Plain Fun 16 Amazing Barre Workouts on YouTube, According to Instructors 22 Stretching Workouts on YouTube That Will Soothe Your Muscles and Loosen You Up 12 Places to Find Fat- and Body-Positive Workouts You Can Do at Home Peloton bike review More Workouts From SELF Team SELF Facebook group SELF Workout Finder Free 4-Week Fitness Challenges From SELF Sweat With SELF - Workout Videos Guests Roz the Diva: Instagram and website Don’t miss out on new episodes of Checking In on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Apple Podcasts: http://listen.self.com/self-apple Spotify: http://listen.self.com/self-spotify Google Podcasts: http://listen.self.com/self-google Don't forget to sign up for the Checking In newsletter here: https://www.self.com/newsletter/checking-in If you have a health or wellness question of your own and want a chance to be featured on the podcast, you can submit it here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
28 min
In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast
In the Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast
Backstage
Olivia Cooke
Inspired to try acting at a young age and single-mindedly focused on it ever since, Olivia Cooke has appeared in some of the most acclaimed film and TV projects of the last decade, reinventing herself on screen each time. Her “In the Envelope” interview is a crash course in several key tricks of the trade: accent work, self-tape advice, even the nuances of crying. Inhabiting a character inside and out, she says, requires selfless collaboration and detailed backstories. “Otherwise, you’re coming in as you and you’re wearing funny clothes.... You’ve got to convince yourself.” Hailing from Oldham, Greater Manchester, Olivia acted onstage in youth theater groups before booking BBC miniseries “Blackout” and “The Secret of Crickley Hall.” After not being accepted to drama training programs, she focused on screen work, breaking out in “The Quiet Ones” and, across the pond, the “Psycho” prequel series “Bates Motel.” She’s starred in “Ouija,” “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” “Thoroughbreds,” “Ready Player One,” “Vanity Fair,” and recently, “Pixie,” “Little Fish,” and Darius Marder’s Gotham Award–winning film “Sound of Metal.” Next she’ll lead the “Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon.” For more, read Olivia’s 2018 Backstage cover story: https://bit.ly/2NtUNDf This episode is brought to you by Amazon Studios. For more on “Sound of Metal,” check out the interview with star Riz Ahmed over at Backstage.com: https://bit.ly/2Ku7BrS --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today’s most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard, Alysa Cirelli - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis
57 min
The Big Wedding Planning Podcast
The Big Wedding Planning Podcast
Michelle Martinez & Christy Matthews
#234 You Ask, We Answer - 38
On the last Wednesday of every month, we answer wedding planning questions from our listeners. These are always chock full of information that EVERYONE can benefit from. We have so much fun and we love our listeners for reaching out and interacting with us! ANNOUNCEMENT! We are getting ready to release The Big Wedding Planning Master Class (https://www.thebigweddingplanningpodcast.com/home-masterclass) very soon. For more info or to be among the first to know, please sign up here (https://www.thebigweddingplanningpodcast.com/home-masterclass). Question #1 (Voicemail) How can I involve my fiancé’s family, that lives in Texas, in the wedding planning and events? Answer #1 We are big fans of the video chat. Especially in the pandemic, it is an increasingly common way to bring the person along with you. Don’t overthink it. You can always pick up the phone and call, the small gestures like that really make a difference. You do not need to involve them in everything. But there are special moments and choices you can include them in. If you want them to participate in the ceremony, you can have one of the read something. They can share generations old wedding photos etc. Question #2 My fiancé and I live in NYC and are getting married in South Florida in the end of February 2022. We are planning on a smaller wedding of between 75-85 people. I am a planner by nature and we have already hired all of our major vendors (venue, caterer, photographer, florist/ designer, videographer, DJ, photo booth). When is the appropriate time to either reach out to my designer (or any vendor for that matter) or expect her to reach out to me to discuss design ideas or changes? Would it be too much to ask her to do a walk through of the venue with us or meet with me at her showroom if we are down there in May, which is still 10 months out from our wedding? Answer #2 If you don't have a Pinterest profile already, get that going. Create a board that is just for final ideas and let that be something that you change over time. Perhaps keep a log or journal, either handwritten or in the notes app on your phone where you input your ideas and/or revisions. I would say that finalizing the design with your florist can come in the last 45 days of the wedding. That's a pretty safe time to start back up that conversation (provided there aren't any huge props that she needs to build for you or purchase that might be on back order). Also, shoot her an email and ask her what her timeline is for finalizing design details. Ask her when she will want to start knowing about that. Explain to her, just as you did to me, that you don't want to inundate her with all the thoughts and details that are running through your head, but that you want to be ready when she is. I'm sure she will appreciate that. Question #3 is not a question, but our listener Sarah wanted to share that she has grown to love her wedding dress more and more. Even though she did not cry or get emotional on the day she bought it. Question #4 We plan to get married in October 2022. I’m trying to figure out what I want and can afford first. And we’re going to start looking at venues this month. I’m not a huge fan of traditional weddings, or the traditions that go along with them, but I’m concerned about ruffling feathers by not having a bridal party. I have a few people who I don’t want to choose between for MOH and I don’t want my future sister-in-law in my wedding and I know if I had a bridal party and excluded her I’d have lots of blowback. Also none of the guys that my fiancé would want as groomsmen would be able to afford the tux rentals so we’d have to foot that bill. I think by foregoing the bridal party entirely all of us will save money and hurt feelings, especially because we still intend to have these people be involved throughout the wedding in other ways and with the Bridal shower and bachelor/bachelorette parties. Does this seem reasonable? The first time I saw a wedding without a bridal party I couldn’t get it out of my head, it made too much sense to me. Also because I want to skip the bridal party I don’t see the need to have an elaborate rehearsal dinner. Both of our families are not well off, but I feel like my MIL believes in the traditional wedding cost breakdown because shortly after our engagement she mentioned the rehearsal dinner would be covered by them. I’d much prefer she handle some other cost because our rehearsal is just going to be our parents, us, the officiant, and maybe 1-2 others (haven’t decided if I want a flower man or whatever). I need help here. Answer #4 Don’t have a wedding party if you don’t want one. It is your wedding and your reasons are solid! Your guiding light for your wedding should be, “what do we want, in terms of celebrating our marriage?” You’re going to ruffle feathers either way. Budgets run the gamut. Talk to your partner, and check in. Don’t drop hints. Just have a discussion and between the two of you, say to your future MIL that you are working the budget for the wedding and express the curiosity if they are planning to contribute more, no pressure on her. Money is difficult to talk about. Go in with tenderness. Links We Referenced: The Big Wedding Planning Master Class (https://www.thebigweddingplanningpodcast.com/home-masterclass) The Big Wedding Planning Podcast is... * Hosted and produced by Christy Matthews and Michelle Martinez. * Edited by Veronica Gruba. * Music by Steph Altman of Mophonics. * On Instagram @thebigweddingplanningpodcast and be sure to use #planthatwedding when posting, so you can get our attention! * Inviting you to become part of our Facebook Group! Join us and our amazing members. Just search for The Big Wedding Planning Podcast Community on Facebook. * Easy to get in touch with. Email us at thebigweddingplanningpodcast@gmail.com or Call and leave a message at 415-723-1625 and you might hear your voice on an episode * On Patreon. Become a member and with as little as $5 per month, you get bonuse episodes, special newsletters and Zoom Cocktail Hours with Christy & Michelle! Our Partners (https://www.thebigweddingplanningpodcast.com/partners) Special Deals for Listeners - TBWPP Enthusiastically Approved! Susan's Travel Services (https://susanstravelservices.com/ready-to-book/) FlowerMoxie (https://flowermoxie.com/pages/the-big-wedding-podcast) The Flashdance (https://www.theflashdance.com/virtual-party-the-big-wedding-planning-podcast) Cactus Collective (https://www.cactus-collective.com/the-big-wedding-planning-podcast/) Unboring Officiant (https://www.unboringofficiant.com/bigwedding/)
56 min
Tilted: A Lean In Podcast
Tilted: A Lean In Podcast
Rachel Thomas
Leading through Covid-19: Lessons from Shellye Archambeau & Sheryl Sandberg
We’ve always believed the world would be better if more countries and companies were run by women. And 2020 proved us right: women leaders consistently stood out for their empathetic and effective response to Covid-19. In this episode, we talk to two notable women leaders—Shellye Archambeau and Sheryl Sandberg—about how they navigated an incredibly difficult year, how our definition of a “good” leader is evolving, and how all leaders can take steps to get working women through this crisis. More about our guests: * Shellye Archambeau has over 30 years of experience in technology, leading organizations focused on business to business as well as business to consumer. As CEO of MetricStream, she was one of Silicon Valley’s first Black women CEOs and built the company from a struggling startup into a global market leader. She currently serves on the boards of Verizon, Nordstrom, Roper Technologies, and Okta. She is also a strategic advisor to Forbes Ignite and to the President of Arizona State University and serves on the boards of two national nonprofits, Catalyst, and Braven. Check out her new book, "Unapologetically Ambitious: Take Risks, Break Barriers, and Create Success on Your Own Terms." * Sheryl Sandberg is the chief operating officer at Facebook, overseeing the firm's business operations. Prior to Facebook, Sheryl was vice president of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google, chief of staff for the United States Treasury Department under President Clinton, a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, and an economist with the World Bank.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
34 min
At The End of The Tunnel
At The End of The Tunnel
Light Watkins
Antonio Neves on Stop Living on Autopilot - Ep 036
Here is another story behind that of a change-maker who was hungry, creative, and innovative in his younger years. One day realizing that he was living on autopilot as he was nearing his late 30s, early 40s. It all came to a head when he found himself hiding in alleyways in Santa Monica, California, smoking cigarettes while wearing a green gardening glove so that his wife wouldn’t find out. His name is Antonio Neves, writer, prolific speaker, and executive coach. While Antonio’s story isn’t tragic or overly-dramatic, it is a relatable one for many of us, especially those of us in our 30s, 40s, and 50s, who have everything together on paper but, under the surface, we’re falling apart. This was Antonio’s experience leading to him writing the book, Stop Living on Autopilot: Take Responsibility for Your Life and Rediscover a Bolder, Happier You, which is exactly what he eventually decided to do. He didn’t employ a hack or some overnight miracle fix; he implemented several tools, including asking better, more honest questions, asking himself how he was showing up in his marriage, his career, and his relationship with his kids. With that, he started repairing a lot of the other broken areas of his life, such as his diet and his relationship with alcohol, his exercise routine, his lack of commitment, his contribution to society, and so much more.  In this episode, you’ll hear from Antonio about some of the experiences he had and the important lessons he has learned along the way. What stands out about this conversation is how applicable it is to each and every one of us, starting right now! Even if there are only one or two takeaways from this interview that resonate with you, they will be ideas that you can implement immediately.  Make sure to tune in today to find out more about the thieves of ambition versus the allies of glory and the importance of accountability, recommitting every day, and doing the work when no one is watching. *Key Points From This Episode:* * Find out why Antonio’s favorite activity as a child was anything to do with sports. * Antonio reflects on the confidence and structure that he got from doing sport. * Hear about Antonio’s upbringing and family dynamic, which he describes as often unstable. * Dealing with physical and emotional abandonment as a teenager and being an introvert. * If Antonio’s upbringing taught him anything, it was awareness and resourcefulness. * One of the philosophies that he learned from his father: “You always take care of family." * Antonio explains how he avoided getting into fights using words and humor. * How Antonio came to learn about race and his family’s uniquely mixed heritage. * Getting into university, becoming part of the track team, and realizing he was never going to compete at the Olympics. * A conversation that Antonio had with his coach and what it taught him about hard work. * The importance of spending time with your allies of glory, not the thieves of ambition. * How an internship with Kraft Foods opened Antonio to possibility and gave him confidence. * What a sales job with at Winn-Dixie taught Antonio about effective communication. * Taking a risk, quitting his sales job, and moving to LA to pursue his dreams of being on TV. * Hear about his journey from acting in commercials to landing a gig on Nickelodeon. * When Antonio’s contract wasn’t renewed, he was heartbroken: his identity was tied into being seen on TV every day. * Antonio had a decision to make: Stay on the grind in LA or graduate school in New York. * The time in Antonio’s life when it seemed he had it all together on paper, but he had started playing not to lose instead of playing to win. * Antonio’s autopilot phase, numbing his fear and self-doubt with wine, Netflix, and cigarettes. * How redefining succes
1 hr 16 min
Stories from Flying the Nest
Stories from Flying the Nest
Flying the Nest
Special Guests Episode - Jess's parents answering what Jess was like growing up
Jess parents surprised us by flying in an giving us 2 days notice to prepare for their arrival...so how do we repay them? We got them on the podcast to talk about what Jess was like growing up. Watch the free video version at http://bit.ly/ftnpodcast or search "Stories from Flying the Nest" on YouTube. This is the show for fans of travel, fans of travel that goes wrong and fans of Stephen, Jess & Hunter from Flying the Nest. Get in your questions for the Heritage DNA podcast coming out soon - https://flyingthenest.tv/podcast ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow our journey Vlogging YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/flyingthenest Join the Weekly Coop Update email: https://bit.ly/2Xj573c Website/Blog http://bit.ly/2BEpYTu Facebook • http://bit.ly/2vUqfS8 Flying the Nesters Travel Community Group • http://bit.ly/2SNNkyR INSTAGRAM: Flying the Nest Instagram • www.instagram.com/flyingthenest Stephen Instagram • www.instagram.com/sparrystake Jess Instagram • www.instagram.com/heyitsjessvalentine Hunter Instagram • www.instagram.com/hunterparryvalentine Chleo Instagram • www.instagram.com/chleoparry TWITTER: Flying the Nest Twitter • www.twitter.com/flyingthenest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo Editing Preset Packs: http://bit.ly/ftnpresetpacks Colour Grade Your Videos With LUTS: https://bit.ly/ftnlutssignature Learn to edit videos for YouTube: https://bit.ly/ftnacademyvideo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 5 min
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