Podcast Addict
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Sep 10, 2020
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Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
Travis Sherry
Superlatives: 2020 in Review
Every year that we break down all our travel stats, best meals, best travel superlatives, best drinks, etc and we hear a ton of feedback from you all. Apparently, these are some of your favorite episodes. We are running our 6 part series (!!!) that covers our superlatives, the stats, best meals, best drinks best desserts, and best experiences in our year in review. In this episode, we go into the Superlatives of our 2020 travel year. Best of, worst of, the best value, and a host of other things. And then definitely reach out to @ExtraPackofPeanuts and let us know what is the most positive yet unexpected thing that happened to you in 2020?In This Episode * 05:00 Most Expensive Accommodations * 07:00 Cheapest Accommodations * 08:15 The Best Value * 12:20 The Worst Value * 14:35 Favorite Accommodations * 19:55 Least Favorite Accommodations * 21:20 Craziest Thing We Did In 2020 * 28:20 Best Thing We Bought * 34:05 Biggest Change in 2020 * 35:55 Most Unexpected Good Thing * 39:10 Most Unexpected Bad Thing * 44:30 Most Underwhelming Thing * 47:55 Neatest Person We Met * 51:50 Biggest Travel MishapImportant Links * Want to follow our lives & adventures? Check out our Instagram's @ExtraPackOfPeanuts, @HeatherSherry, and @TravelingWhitMyles * Side Hustle Success Challenge * Location IndieWant More? * 2021 Travel Wishlist * Superlatives: 2019 Year In Review * 2019 In Review: Best Experiences * 2019 In Review: Best Desserts * 2019 In Review: Best Beers * 2019 In Review: Best Coffee * 2019 In Review: Best Wines * 2019 In Review: Best Meals * 2019 In Review: Superlatives * 2019 In Review: Travel StatsLeave a Review! Apple Podcast reviews are one of THE most important factors for podcasts. If you enjoy the show please take a second to leave the show a review on Apple Podcasts! * Click this link: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts * Hit “View in iTunes” on the left-hand side under the picture. * Leave an honest review. * You’re awesome!
1 hr 2 min
Zero To Travel Podcast
Zero To Travel Podcast
Jason Moore
How To Become The Hero In Your Own Life w/ Derek Loudermilk
Are you the hero in your own life? Today's guest is Derek Loudermilk who is an adventurer, business coach, best-selling author, and fellow podcaster just to name a few things but in this chat, we are discussing being the hero in your own life. Derek shares five thought reversals that can help you in your hero journey, how paying attention & being aware can actually lend itself to being able to do more of what you love, and why your internal dialogue directly influences your external life. This show is a little more on the woo-woo side so please keep an open mind and sit back and enjoy. Which of the 5 thought reversals spoke to you the most? What was your biggest takeaway from today's episode? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com.Tune In To Learn: * 12:45 From Digital Nomad To Going Home * 18:25 Raising Your Kids Unconventionally * 23:10 Transitioning From Your Old Life To A New One * 30:00 Tips On Owning Your Identity * 36:00 The 5 Thought Reversals * 56:15 Asking The Right Questions Of Yourself * 01:01:15 Learning About Yourself * 01:03:10 Advice On Travel * And so much moreResources: * Find Derek on his website * Listen To Derek's podcast * Follow Derek on Facebook | Instagram * Camp IndieWant More? * 16 Mindset Hacks To Help You Travel Long Term * Exploring Your Limiting Beliefs & Finding Your Purpose w/ Kathleen Sinclair * How To Add More Play Into Your Life w/ Jeff Harry Please head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
1 hr 15 min
Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast
Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast
Anna Jelen The Time Expert
A LETTER FROM A HEALTHY HAPPY TO A TROUBLED SAD ME
THIS EPISODE IS ABOUT LIFE AND DEATH, LOSS AND PAIN From time to time, I come up with an episode that is not meant to be for everyone. This one might be one of them. Ladies and gentlemen, this episode is about life and death, including loss and pain. And still, I love this episode.When I started to write it, a thousand words just flew out of my fingers in no time, but for many words, the tears blurred my view. It's about a letter I shall receive when I lose someone I love, or if I become ill or just before my own death. It's the letter from my healthy, happy me to my troubled me. I am aware, that this episode touches ME, because it is about MY life. Why do I publish it? Because you can take this and turn it into yours, by also writing such a letter. At the end of this episode, I will tell you why I think you should do this. A little outtake: "A few words before I read the letter to you: With the pandemic, death and loss come closer, and we struggle. I notice many people lose hope. But not me. And maybe this is what I have to do. Spread a spirit about life, love, compassion, empathy and growth, even in dark times.  I need to hear those voices who spread hope and optimism and if I can be such a voice for you - I'm more than happy to do so. I asked one of my best friends if I should wait to publish this episode and she said: "Are you crazy! There is no good or bad timing for this topic. It can't be that it still is a taboo to talk about loss, death and illnesses. It's going to happen to everyone, and we can't ignore these facts. It will hurt yes. But the sooner we confront ourselves with the difficult moments in life - the more thoughtful we become about them and that's what's missing."" My dear ones out there, we have a winner for a free call, which I announce in the end of this episode. I can't wait to talk to you! Take care! Bye, anna The Member's Club CHECK IT OUT Episode notes:It's all about a letter that helps me to deal with death, loss and pain.  Next zoom speech for Members: 18th (EN) and 19th (DE) of January. All about routines and rituals to stay mentally fit and to achieve your goal.
21 min
Wine for Normal People
Wine for Normal People
Wine for Normal People
Ep 357: The Role of Alcohol in Wine
It’s the first show of our 10th year! WOW! And for our double digit birthday, this time we bring you a super dorky one that is so important to understand in wine. I have already professed it the dorkiest show of 2021, and I’m pretty sure I can’t top this so – Voilà! First we have some fun, and challenge you to follow the three wine resolutions/challenges I’ve set forth! They are so easy, even I can keep them: * Have a wine from a region you’ve never heard of or had before! Expand your palate, do a little research, and try something totally new. * Have wine from a region that you have hated in the past. Wine is constantly changing, especially with climate change so a region you may have thought was yucky in the past, may very well have turned into your next favorite wine hub! * Drink more of the wine you love but always forget about! We all have one of those. When you get it you say to yourself, “why don’t I drink more of this? It’s so great!” Here are the show notes on the role of alcohol in wine: __________________________________________ Alcohol levels are largely determined in the vineyard: * Sugar is converted to alcohol during fermentation, so sugar levels in a vineyard are essential to determining how much potential alcohol a wine can have. From véraison (when grapes start to get color) to ripening, grapes accumulate glucose and fructose. * How much sugar depends on the vineyard conditions-- light, water, vineyard management are important * Cooler climates, elevation, north-facing slopes yield lower potential alcohols * Irrigation matters in determining sugar levels –some studies show glucose and fructose is higher in irrigated vines than non-irrigated ones (see Beverages Journal below, Imbibe Magazine) * Vineyard practices like canopy management (chopping off leaves - plant doesn't absorb as much sunlight) or green harvesting (cutting grape bunches before they ripen, can focus on ripening the few that are left) help increase or decrease sugars. * We discuss the idea of phenolic ripeness and how that quest for flavor has led to higher alcohol levels * We also discuss how early picking, which seems like a natural solution, can lead to higher acid levels, less complexity, sometimes green notes in the wine – often just LESS GOOD flavor! Alcohol in winemaking (how it gets into wine): * Yeast convert fermentable grape sugars to alcohol either from ambient yeast or by inoculated yeast. Sugar + Yeast = Alcohol +Carbon Dioxide (+heat) * Potential alcohol (often measured by must weight) is how much sugar is available to the yeast in the grape must. * if you don’t have enough, you can chaptalize with cane or beet sugar to raise alcohol levels (this has NOTHING to do with sugar in a wine, only with raising alcohol during fermentation) * During fermentation/maceration: Alcohol produces esters by working with the organic acids in the very acidic fermenting juice. alcohol + acid = ester * Yeast play a big role in alcohol production, obviously. When yeast make alcohol, they kill themselves and other strains take over to finish the fermentation * Wild fermentation can help restrain alcohol levels, but is less predictable * Alcohol tolerance in yeast has increased, so yeast are more efficient and create higher alcohol levels in wine (discussed in our Underground Wine Event Virtual event by Stu Smith of Smith-Madrone) Mark Smith, CC BY 2.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0 * Alcohol is a strong solvent so it can extract stuff out of the grape must (mushed up grape soup after crush) * Bitter and astringent notes from seeds, skins, stems come out as alcohol levels increase, so winemakers have to be careful not to over-extract bitter compounds when the alcohol levels are high at the end of fermentation. * Cold Soaking can help: The wine stays at -10˚C for up to one week, so anthocyanins can come out without the bitterness. * Other benefits of Alcohol in winemaking * Alcohol is anti-microbial * Alcohol is a preservative during the wine maturation process. Alcohol Measurement: * Alcohol by volume (ABV): milliliters of alcohol present in 100ml of wine expressed as a percentage. * Wines range from 5% - 25% alcohol. Factors like climate, grape variety, and winemaking play a role * What’s low, medium and high alcohol levels: My Judgement * Low Alcohol: Under 11.5%, and are often sweet and light – German Kabinett wines, Moscato d’Asti are examples * Medium Alcohol: 11.5 -12.5% * Medium-low: 11.5% - 12% ABV – Lambrusco, some Loire whites, some German and Austrian Whites, some northern Italian * Medium- 12.5% - 13.5% -- This is about the average for dry wines in Europe. Bordeaux, Bourgogne, Champagne, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Rosé, many Chilean wines are in this range * High Alcohol—14%+ -- Nearly all New World Wines, many Spanish and Portuguese reds, Argentinean reds, Southern Italian wines, some southern French wines * Fortified/VERY High Alcohol – 15%+ Usually fortified but can just be really ripe and not de-natured The Perception of Alcohol: Alcohol activates smell, taste, and feel (the burn) receptors * We perceive alcohol as a combo of sweet and bitter taste and the burning sensation (similar to a chili pepper) and some of this is genetic -- some people perceive alcohol as sweetness, some as more bitter (also has to do with concentration of alcohol: * Body: viscosity, fullness are directly related to alcohol content * Alcohol amplifies astringency, bitterness and acidity. Higher residual sugar is often used to counter this issue * there is no predetermined alcohol level that will create balance, this is the ART * VA: lots of alcohol means it can seem vinegar like Alcohol Levels and Taxes: * For the wonks among us, we discuss how alcohol is taxed in the US, UK, EU and Canada. You may be surprised at how it’s calculated! We wrap with some interesting ways winemakers reduce alcohol in wine * We reiterate the importance of getting it right in the vineyard * Humidification/ watering back: is a very common practice. You add water and it dilutes alcohol (and flavor) * Semi-permeable membranes to separate alcohol from wine * Reverse osmosis: wine passes through a membrane to strip it of ethanol. It is performed at low temperatures and aims to change only the wine alcohol content, and it usually results in 1-2% reduction. It is cheap, but it has been found to reduce complexity, mouthfeel, and affect aging in red wines. * Spinning cone column: uses centrifugal force and steam, to separate water from alcohol. The water is then recombined with the color, flavor, and tannins and poured back into the wine to dilute the alcohol while keeping flavor. This is very expensive yet effective Source: Flavourtech ____________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Access Visit: www.wineaccess.com/normal and for a limited time get $20 off your first order of $50 or more! Wine Access is a web site that has exclusive wines that overdeliver for the price (of which they have a range). * They offer top quality wines by selecting diverse, interesting, quality bottles you may not have access to at local shops. * Wine Access provides extensive tasting notes, stories about the wine and a really cool bottle hanger with pairings, flavor profile, and serving temps. * Wines are warehoused in perfect conditions and shipped in temperature safe packs. Satisfaction is guaranteed! Check it out today! www.wineaccess.com/normal Thanks to YOU! The podcast supporters on Patreon, who are helping us to make the podcast possible and who we give goodies in return for their help! Check it out today: https://www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To sign up for classes (now for UK and Euro time zones!) please go to www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes! ________________________________…
54 min
Materialism
Materialism
Taylor Sparks and Andrew Falkowski
Episode 32: μ: The Elixir of Civilization
A review of the book "Scientific Freedom: The Elixir of Civilization" by Donald Braben. Taylor and Andrew drive into the radical ideas Braben implemented in his role as Director of Venture Research at BP. They examine the principles behind Venture Research and the potential for this approach to revolutionize scientific discovery by increasing freedom and creativity. Who knows? Maybe this approach would discover this century's Einsteins, Plancks, Rutherfords and more! If you have questions or feedback please send us emails at materialism.podcast@gmail.com. Make sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Spotify, google play, and now Youtube or wherever you find your podcasts. If you like the show and want to help us reach more people, consider leaving a review - it helps us improve and it exposes new people to the show. Finally, check out our Instagram page @materialism.podcast and connect with us to let us know what new material you’d like to hear about next. We’d like to give a shoutout to AlphaBot for allowing us to use his music within the podcast. Check him out on Spotify. And as always a special thanks to Kolobyte who created the intro and outro for our podcast. He makes a ton of really cool synthwave music which you can check out at kolobyte.bandcamp.com. Visit our sponsors for this episode www.materialstoday.com, and matmatch.com. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/materialism.podcast/?hl=en Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaterialismPod Visit our website: www.materialismpodcast.com Materialism Team: Taylor Sparks (co-creator, co-host, production), Andrew Falkowski (co-creator, co-host, production), Jared Duffy (production, marketing, and editing), Ramsey Issa (editing assistance) Support Materialism by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/materialism
18 min
Clever
Clever
Amy Devers + Jaime Derringer of Design Milk
Clever Confidential Ep. 2: The Supernatural Beginnings of The Bradbury Building
In the heart of downtown Los Angeles sits Hollywood’s undisputed architectural superstar — the Bradbury Building. The imposing structure’s character is definitive. Its origin story, however, is much murkier…  How did a young draftsman design one of the most remarkable buildings in the world? Why did he never again do anything of note? Or did he? Was all his creativity spent on this one masterpiece? Was this a case of stolen intellectual property? Or could this have even been a brush with the supernatural? See images and read the show notes! Clever Confidential is our offshoot series where we dig into the lesser told stories of the darker side of design; the shadowy, sometimes sordid, tales hiding under a glossy top coat of respectable legacy. Many thanks to this episode’s guest experts Kim Cooper and Richard Schave! More about Esotouric: Although Esotouric's in-person tours have been paused since March 2020, Kim and Richard can be found every Saturday at 12p PST, presenting an all-new immersive cultural history webinar to Los Angeles history lovers around the world. Past webinar themes (all available On-Demand) include Raymond Chandler, The Black Dahlia, Angels Flight Railway, Grand Central Market, Cafeteria History and Lost Bunker Hill. And their first, naturally, was about the greatest building in Los Angeles: the Bradbury! Many thanks to our sponsors:   Helix To all our designer friends out there, Helix is one of the only “mattress in a box” companies that offers a designer trade discount—and it’s a good one at that! Just go to http://helixsleep.com/clever, sign up for the trade program, and once approved you will receive 25% off all products at all three of their brands.   For regular customers, Helix is offering a great promo where you can receive up to $200 off your order plus 2 free dream pillows. Just visit http://helixsleep.com/clever to take the quiz and save up to $200 on your dream mattress   Skillshare Curiosity is what drove us to create Clever and curiosity about design, creativity and the human experience is what keeps us going. We never stop learning, so whether you’re a beginner, a hobbyist, or a seasoned pro, there is always another skill to master, or technique to perfect.   A new year is the perfect time to start. Skillshare is an online learning community for everyone. And they’re giving Clever listeners a free trial of their Premium Membership. No matter what 2021 brings, you can spend it creating something meaningful with Skillshare’s online classes—from design to film and photography, illustration, business, writing and more.  Explore your creativity at Skillshare.com/Clever, where our listeners get a free trial of Skillshare’s Premium Membership. Start now at Skillshare.com/clever   Please let us know what you think on social: Twitter, Instagram and Facebook... Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/clever.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr
HR Happy Hour
HR Happy Hour
Steve Boese Trish McFarlane
HR Happy Hour 463 - Professional and Personal Development Themes for 2021
HR Happy Hour 463 - Professional and Personal Development Themes for 2021 Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane Guest: Ben Brooks, Founder & CEO, PILOT This episode of Happy Hour is made possible by Workhuman®. The world is watching the leaders of today and tomorrow. Modern employees want a workplace where they’re respected, seen, appreciated, and heard – and they’re demanding it. And thriving organizations like Cisco, Merck, and LinkedIn have realized the immense benefits of putting the human at the center of work. Get your copy of the book, “Making Work Human,” on Amazon and discover how And by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for businesses of all sizes.The fourth annual 2020 Paychex Pulse of HR Survey provides an in-depth look at how HR professionals are contributing to the success of the companies they serve. Go to paychex.com/pulse2020 today to download your copy of the 2020 Paychex Pulse of HR Survey report This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, we were joined by Ben Brooks from PILOT to talk about employee coaching and development trends for 2021. Ben shared some ideas on how organizations and managers can become more effective in their coaching and development of employees in 2021. We also talked about the concept of “self-management” - how employees need to take a greater and more intentional role in their own career success and development Additionally, we talked about our one or two big goals for 2021 This was a FUN show, thanks for listening! Learn more at www.pilot.coach Subscribe to the HR Happy Hour wherever you get your podcasts
38 min
The Thoughtful Travel Podcast
The Thoughtful Travel Podcast
Amanda Kendle
222 Meaningful Shopping and Souvenirs
Bringing home a meaningful souvenir from a trip is such a pleasure: if the process of buying it was fun and special, perhaps involving a chat with an interesting local, and then you have an object you can enjoy at home which constantly reminds you of your trip, then it's a perfect scenario. In Episode 222 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast I talk with travellers about their own meaningful shopping experiences abroad, starting off with Patti Lefkos who has a brilliant story to tell about a souvenir she bought in Nepal - including a live demonstration! Next, I chat with Lindsay Williams. She's obsessed with learning foreign languages and this passion flows through to what she likes to buy when she's travelling, too. Finally, I'm excited to speak with my friend Lola Akinmade-Åkerström who has a new pandemic-induced project on the go, involving a way to help local artisans and guides in countries particularly affected by the drop-off in tourism numbers and help us have an authentic shopping experience at the same time. Links: Patti Lefkos - https://www.pattishaleslefkos.com books and her not-for-profit Lindsay Williams’ site Lindsay Does Languages - https://www.lindsaydoeslanguages.com/  Lola’s Local Purse - https://www.localpurse.com  Great Travel Souvenirs - Episode 42 - notaballerina.com/42     Join our Facebook group for Thoughtful Travellers - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtfultravellers Show notes: https://notaballerina.com/222   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23 min
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