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55 Judith Webber: van hokjes naar puzzelstukjes  

Judith Webber is eigenaar van PureHuman en ziet het als haar missie om de wereld puurder te maken. In deze Power Talk praten we over intuïtie, zelfzorg 3.0, hoogsensitiviteit en een revolutie in persoonlijke ontwikkeling en organisatie ontwikkeling Wie is Judith Webber? Judith Webber haar missie is de wereld puurder te maken. Heel haar leven is ze gefascineerd door puurheid. Zij schreef verschillende boeken waaronder: Laat jezelf zien! Tips voor puur ondernemen Kies en ze kiezen jou. Een praktische gids op pure keuzes te maken Klik hier om de shownotes te ontvangen Wat ga je tijdens deze podcast leren? Wat betekent succes voor Judith Webber? Welke levenslessen heeft Judith van haar ouders mee gekregen? Hoe zorg je voor zelfzorg 3.0? Hoe gebruik je hooggevoeligheid als kracht? 55 Power Talks: Judith Webber Wat heb je gemist? In aflevering 54 was Todd Herman te gast. Todd Herman is zeer gepassioneerd, gefocust en gedreven. Hij begon zijn carrière in het begeleiden van topsporters en Olympische spelers. Hij is expert in high performance coaching. Naast top sporters helpt hij nu ook ondernemers met hun performance zodat jouw inkomen, jouw impact en onafhankelijkheid groeit. Wat kan je leren van deze top coach op het gebied van high performance. In deze Power Talk praten we over mindset in de praktijk, de power of scripting en Todd zijn ochtendritueel. Wat ga je ontdekken in de volgende aflevering? In de volgende Power Talk spreek ik met tante Koos. Dit is een heel bijzonder persoonlijk interview. Zij is de meest moderne vrouw op leeftijd die ik heb gekend. Een mooi, warm en ondernemend mens. Abonneer je op mijn podcast zoals je zeker bent dat je deze aflevering niet mist. Instructies voor:       Iphone     Android      Windows Abonneer je op mijn podcast Stap 1: Download op je smartphone de gratis podcast app Stap 2: Zoek naar: Power Talks podcast met Janneke Stielstra Stap 3: Klik op abonneren Deel mijn Power Talks podcast via social media Ik hoop dat je hebt genoten van de podcast. Als je dit artikel over Judith Webber interessant vindt deel het dan met andere ondernemers. Deel mijn Power Talks show via sociaal media. Laat een reactie achter Belangrijk: Laat jouw reactie en eventuele aanvullingen achter. In de onderstaande video zie je welke stappen je dient te zetten. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEPTlSuG73k Ik waardeer het zeer als je een review achterlaat via Itunes. Dit helpt mij om een nog groter bereik te krijgen met de Power Talks podcast.

Jay Rayner and the Inheritance Tracks of Julian Lloyd Webber  

Richard Coles in London and Suzy Klein in Bristol from the Bristol Food Connections Festival with food writer Jay Rayner, The Inheritance Tracks of Julian Lloyd Webber, Nick Hunt following in the footsteps of Patrick Leigh Fermor on his 2,500 mile walk from Rotterdam to Istanbul, JP Devlin meeting urban gull expert Peter Rock on a Bristol rooftop, poetry from Elvis McGonagall, Vicky Harrison who is knitting Bristol in miniature and Romy Gill, chef and restaurant owner on the immeasurable joys of modern Indian food. Jay Rayner, food critic, author and jazz pianist joins Richard in the studio. 'Kitchen Cabinet' starts on BBC Radio 4 on 10 May. Richard Smith aka Elvis McGonagall performs poems on Bristol and food. Elvis McGonagall is on Radio 4 on Wednesday nights at 2300 with a new show 'Elvis McGonagall Looks on the Bright Side'. Romy Gill runs Romy's kitchen in Thornbury (near Bristol) and is a chef/owner. Brought up in West Bengal she talks to Suzy about her early life, running a small business and why Bristol is so interesting for food. JP Devlin roams the streets of Bristol to record a crowdscape. Nick Hunt took Patrick Leigh Fermor's epic walk to Istanbul in the early 1930's to heart and followed, pretty much, in his exact footsteps in about half the time. 'Walking the Woods and the Water: in Patrick Leigh Fermor's footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the Golden Horn' by Nick Hunt (Nicholas Brealey Publishing) is out now. JP meets Peter Rock, the UK's leading urban gull expert, on a Bristol roof with some breeding pairs. Vicky Harrison and a team of merry crafters have been knitting the city of Bristol. Vicky talks to Suzy about 'Briswool' and how communities can come together creatively. Julian Lloyd-Webber's Inheritance Tracks are The March from the Love For Three Oranges by Prokofiev and The Little Beggar Boy by Piazzolla played by Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd-Webber. Producer: Chris Wilson.

Show 1275 Part 1 of 2  The Revolting Truth with Andrew Klavan-  Funny Guy-Check it out  
Show1275  Part 1 of 2  The Revolting Truth with Andrew Klavan To watch the entire play list at- https://youtu.be/zP4L1sMkmXE?list=PLvOVyowmYcu3jMlCZ1LqMql4f20Mhnni5

 

This ACU Show is a collection of many 3-4 minute youTube videos from Andrew Klavans Truth Revolt.

 

Andrew Klavan  50 Shades of Barack Obama

Published on Mar 27, 2015

If Barack Obama doesn't love America, then why is he beating the crap out of her? That's the question our host and voracious reader, Andrew Klavan, explores in this review of the steamy new book 50 SHADES OF BARACK OBAMA.

 

Andrew Klavan  Magical Leftist Thinking

Published on Mar 12, 2015

In which our host explores the art of illusion and the Vegas-style magical thinking of the progressive left.

 

The Truth Revolt with Andrew Klavan  Attack of the But-Heads!

Published on Jan 29, 2015

From writer/director Andrew Klavan... In a world gone crazy, in a world gone mad, a strange new horde of mindless leftist zombies lurk in the shadows. These unthinking undead claim to support your fundamental freedom to think, say, believe and report any damn thing you think, say, believe and report, BUT!!!!

 

Andrew Klava  Good News, Beheaded Christians

Published on Feb 26, 2015

Good news! Our optimistic host, Andrew Klavan, takes a look at President Obama's belief that no religion is responsible for terrorism. Sure, everywhere you look now days savages screaming Allahu Akbar are raping, murdering, decapitating and burning innocents, but hey, Christians did something bad way back a long time ago too!

  

Andrew Klavan The Obama Conspiracy Conspiracy

Published on Feb 12, 2015

The truth is out there, and our skeptical host is on its trail. Andrew Klavan explores the father of all conspiracy theories: The Obama Conspiracy Theory Conspiracy Theory!

 

Andrew Klavan Should Waterboarding Be An Olympic Sport?

Published on Jan 15, 2015

In which our compassionate host, Andrew Klavan, considers the very somber and serious questions surrounding the non-lethal, enhanced interrogation techniques used against murderous jihadi bastards.

 

Andrew Klavan  Which Black Lives Matter?

Published on Jan 22, 2015

In which our daring host exposes the revolting truth about the 'Black Lives Matter' movement - that they don't really care about life at all.

 

Andrew Klavan  Republicans Are Smarter than Democrats - and More Liberal

Published on Jan 7, 2015

In which our host knocks down some of the myths surrounding Republicans and presents instead the Revolting Truth that they are smarter, kinder, more compassionate and more liberal than their Democrat counterparts.

 

Andrew Klavan  Defend Cancer Against the Jews!

Published on Dec 17, 2014

In which our host, Andrew Klavan, stands up for the under-privileged victim of the Israeli occupation of science -- Cancer!

 Many more segments from The Truth Revolt are included in this ACU Show.

 

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Inside Line F1 Podcast - Raikkonen To Red Bull Racing In 2014  

The Inside Line F1 Podcast is produced by Rishi Kapoor and Kunal Shah. This F1 podcast offers a unique and humourous view in the latest happenings in the world of Formula1. This podcast can also be accessed via http://www.kunalsf1blog.com (Image Courtesy: Lotus F1 Team) A BIG (and we mean BBIIGG) thank you to all for making ‘Multi21, Team Orders and PR Talk’ one of our most subscribed to podcasts across all our platforms. (Hear: http://bit.ly/ZnHQnE) Here’s what is in store for you in this podcast: (YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/2bzA7TzJBn0) - V6 = DJ Tiesto! (No, this isn’t some weird logic!) - Overdose on multi21, team orders and Webber; did you suffer from one too? - Mark Webber was wearing wool in the heat and humidity of Malaysia. Rishi explains! - We discuss Webber’s race options for the 2014 Formula1 Season. A few obvious and interesting ones. - And when Webber moves, who will replace him? Hear our options. - Will Ferrari lose one more driver from their Driver Academy to a rival team? We think so… If you were Mark Webber, what would you do? Which team would you choose to go to? And of course, if you were Red Bull Racing, who would you choose to replace him with? Share your views with us. And of course, next week, we will have our 2013 Chinese Grand Prix preview podcast. Till then, Keep Racing! Our earlier podcast ‘If Schumacher Turns TV Commentator’ received some rave reviews. If you’ve not heard it already, go ahead and do so. (Hear: http://bit.ly/13SV8Ap) For those keen to read, here’s the latest on Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok: 1. Narain Karthikeyan Switches From Formula1 To AutoGP In 2013 (http://bit.ly/ZQEXOS) 2. Karun Chandhok To Race In the FIA GT World Series In 2013 (http://bit.ly/YzntrJ) And my favourite post on Newey and Brawn: ‘Will We See Adrian Newey vs Ross Brawn Finally?’ (Read: http://bit.ly/A7FbqV)

Ruth Jones  

The actress, script-writer and producer Ruth Jones joins Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles. Known for her role as 'Nessa Jenkins' in the BBC's award-winning sitcom Gavin and Stacey, she's now back on our screens in the comedy drama series Stella. Trend forecaster James Wallman describes why we have more stuff than we could ever need. It's cluttering up our homes and making us feel 'stuffocated'. He explains why, rather than a buy a new watch or another pair of shoes, we should invest in shared experiences. Listener Polly Loxton wrote to Saturday Live about the value of a handwritten letter. She explains why they have been central in her own life. Anna Bailey accompanies Julian Lloyd Webber to a football match at Leyton Orient to find out how he spends his Saturday. A visit to his local launderette inspired Luke Jerram to create the 'Play Me, I'm Yours' project - in which he installed pianos in various locations in 46 cities across the world. An estimated six million people have played or listened to the Street Pianos. He describes how the project has led to marriages, a peaceful protest and the film of a homeless man playing which has gone 'viral'. Inheritance Tracks - the singer and actress Beverley Knight chooses: Touch the Hem of His Garment and A Change Gonna Come by Sam Cooke. Ruth Jones stars in Stella, Fridays, 9pm, Sky 1. Stuffocation by James Wallman, is published by Penguin. Beverley Knight stars in Memphis the Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London and has extended her run until July 2015. Julian Lloyd Webber makes his conducting debut with the album 'And The Bridge is Love', which comes out at the end of the month; and he'll also be touring with his wife the cellist Jia Tschin Lloyd Webber, where he'll be talking about his career.

Julian Lloyd Webber  

Julian Lloyd-Webber's Inheritance Tracks are The March from the Love For Three Oranges by Prokofiev and The Little Beggar Boy by Piazzolla played by Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd-Webber.

137: Finding a Fitness Plan that Works for You with Andrew Hannon  

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Andrew Hannon. Andrew is a personal trainer and fitness professional and golf fitness instructor with Premier Fitness Systems.

Andrew is a huge proponent of golf fitness and performance and believes that the general public can benefit from the techniques and concepts of golf fitness training through mobility, flexibility, and dynamic movement, while still combining traditional strength and athletic movements. Andrew’s view on health and fitness is not necessarily about looking ripped or toned year round with high-intensity workouts, but about a lifestyle change through active habits, maintainable nutritional choices, and a healthy mindset of self-worth.

Andrew loves working with all types of people and enjoys creating valuable interpersonal relationships that can help clients exceed their goals. He enjoys learning about his clients to ensure a fun, motivational and fulfilling workout.
Andrew Hannon’s Background

Andrew started as an athlete in a small town in Kansas where he participated in three sports in high school.
His sports career continued at Baker University where he played baseball and basketball.
During that time Andrew began to find his true passion for fitness and performance.
While majoring in Exercise Science his knowledge on fitness and health continued to grow.
Andrew is a TPI certified trainer and works with golfers of all levels from amateur, recreational, professional, as well as other individuals simply looking to move better and get stronger.

Highlights from this Episode

Andrew shares his background growing up as a baseball and basketball player ans how he ended up getting into the fitness business, eventually making his way to Arizona to specialize working with golfers.
We talk about some of the bigger pieces a golfer needs to pay attention to when thinking about golf fitness and mobility. Andrew looks at three main things whenever he starts consulting with a new client: how well they hinge, their pelvis, and what they do with their feet.
How to get clients to ‘buy in’ to working on certain movements that are really important to work on, but may not be quite as exciting as jumping right into lifting heavy weights.
Why people have such a resistance to warming up properly when they get to the range or course. Andrew sees so many golfers who have injured themselves, and it can largely be prevented with a decent warm up. We talk about a few simple exercises that anyone can do before they start swinging a club.
To see some of Andrew's warm-up videos, go to his Instagram feed.
We talk about Andrew’s three main pillars of health and fitness, and how everyone can apply them to live a better life. They are:

create active habits
maintainable nutritional choices
a healthy mindset of self-worth.

We discuss the importance of finding something that interests you and that specifically addresses what you want, need, will adhere to in order to become your best self and enjoy the process of getting better!

Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore?
Happy Gilmore
What would be your walk up song to the tee? 
Nelly – Country Grammar
Who would you like to spend a day on the course with, and where?
Jackie Robinson at Eagle Bend in Lawrence, Kansas
What has you most excited moving forward into 2017?
We just had our first golf performance workshop at PFS, and it was really successful. I’m looking forward to doing more of them, and learning more as I go.
Where to find Andrew Hannon:
Website: http://premierfitnesssystems.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Physique_Golfer

Instagram: @Ando_pfs
Other links from this episode:
Episode 111: Inspiring change through passion, innovation, and movement with Brandon Harris & Greg McLean of PFS

Avsnitt 49 – När Andrew Lloyd Webber var 60  

Vi pratar om de fem tipsen man ska tänka på när man åker till Manchester, hur karma fungerar, pizzerian i Nynäshamn, företagets Local Arts reklamkampanj, innehållet i 2000-grammare från Gröna Lund, det underskattade noblesse, Andrew Lloyd Webbers ålder, vi recenserar Trollkarlen från Oz, smakerna på chokladbitarna i Aladin-asken, vi utmanar varandra i att skriva dikter Continue reading →

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT TALIESIN MYSTERY  

Taliesin means "shining brow" to those of Welsh ancestry, and for Frank Lloyd Wright it was his way of describing his house built into the side of a cliff in Wisconsin.

Many people have heard about Frank Lloyd Wright and his architectural masterpieces throughout the world.  And why not, since he designed more than 1,000 structures, and over half of those were completed.   However, many people do not know of the tragedy that occurred at his beloved Taliesin, a house he orchestrated building as a refuge and retreat for his beloved friend, Mamah Borthwick Cheney, and himself and other family members near Spring Green, Wisconsin.  Mystery surrounds the fire and murders that occurred at the three-year-old house and home, and that mystery is still present and unanswered even today.

Some would say that the tragedy might even have inspired and motivated Frank Lloyd Wright to produce  better designs after the fire that occurred at Taliesin in 1914.  He was only 47 in 1914, but he lived to the age of 92, and most experts would agree that he produced some of his best work in the latter half of his life.

In any event, despite the mysterious tragedy of 1914, the house was rebuilt and today there are public tours of the property available for all to witness the architectural genius of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Ep.42 Andrew Griffiths on Using Authenticity to Becoming a 12-time Best Selling Author  

My guest in this week’s episode bought his first business at the age of 18 and has since gone on to become known as Australia’s #1 small business and entrepreneurial author. Andrew Griffiths’ books have sold in over 60 countries around the world, and one has sold over two million copies. Andrew continues to write prolifically, and contributes articles for a host of illustrious companies including Telstra, Inc.com, HP and CBS. He is also the Publish Mentor for Key Person of Influence in Australia, and has been for the last five years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew is a renowned public speaker, having delivered keynote speeches at hundreds of events globally, and been hosted by huge platforms including TedX, Sky Business and Good Morning NZ. His work as a thought leader and serial entrepreneur has led to him running a seven-figure business, and in this conversation Andrew explains how you can effectively communicate and engage with your audience by tapping into your authentic message and true voice.

 
    
 

In this episode we really get into:

Andrew’s love of animals and the time he was held hostage by a monkey
How everything changed when Andrew wrote his first book, 101 Ways to Market Your Business
Nearly going bust and having to put his business through voluntary administration
How Andrew has overseen the publication of over 300 books with the KPI programme
Managing the complexity of such a vast business by using routines and rituals
The benefits of old-school marketing versus new social media techniques
The communication techniques that Andrew used to increase his sales by 800% in one week
How Andrew leveraged the thought leadership model and measures success across his business ventures
Managing time and setting aside a part of the day to deal with the unexpected
The practical and rational arguments as to why you should be brave enough to listen to your intuition
Using authenticity to better communicate and engage with an audience

Resources

Andrew Griffiths Website

Andrew Griffiths Books

Andrew Griffiths Blog

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Twitter

Facebook

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Planet Perfecto Podcast 225 ft. Paul Oakenfold & Andrew Rayel  

Official Weekly Podcast from Paul Oakenfold
Playlist: Episode 225
01  Rui Da Silva feat. Wesley Steed - Sunrise (Paige Remix) - Perfecto
02  Bingo Players - Nothing To Say - (Original Mix) - Hysteria Records
03  Nicky Romero & Vicetone – Let Me Feel (Fedde Le Grande Remix) - Protocol
04  Troubled Universe - This Is the Place (Original Mix) - WKND
05  BYNON & Domeno feat. Alice Berg - Golden Hearts (Dannic Edit) - Revealed
06  Michael Woods - Tequila Nites (Original Mix) - Armada
07  Axwell /\ Ingrosso – Something New (Club Extended Mix) - Axtone
Guest Mix:  Andrew Rayel
01  Andrew Rayel - Followed by Darkness ( Find Your Harmony 2015 Intro Mix ) - Armada
02  Arisen Flame & Driftmoon - Live Your Dream (Original Mix) - ASOT
03  Andrew Rayel feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn - One In A Million (Club Mix) - Armind
04  Mark Sixma - Vendetta (Original Mix) - Armind
05  Faithless - Insomnia (Andrew Rayel Bootleg) - CDR
06  Andrew Rayel vs. MarLo vs. Bobina feat. One Republic - If I Lose My Space BOOM (Andrew Rayel Rebuild) - CDR
07  Armin van Buuren & Andrew Rayel feat. Sharon del Adel - In and Out of Intense (Andrew Rayel Mashup) - Armada
08  Andrew Rayel feat. Christian Burns - Miracles (Club Mix) - Armind
09  Andrew Rayel & Clavin Haris & Alesso - Dark Warrior Under Control (Andrew Rayel Rebuild) - CDR
10  Andrew Rayel feat. Alexandra Badoi - Goodbye (Club Mix) - Armind
11  Armin van Buuren & Andrew Rayel & Axwell - I'm Sending My EIFORYA (Andrew Rayel Mashup) -CDR
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Andrew Graham-Dixon on the Mona Lisa, David Bowie's Lazarus and Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock open in New York  

Andrew Graham-Dixon discusses his TV documentary about the Mona Lisa, in which state-of-the-art technology has been used on the painting and reveals secrets which could significantly alter our view of Leonardo's masterpiece. David Bowie's new stage show Lazarus - an adaptation of the novel The Man Who Fell to Earth - and Andrew Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes' School of Rock have just opened in New York. Theatre critic David Cote reviews both productions. Sharon Bolton has set her latest thriller Little Black Lies in the Falkland Islands. She discusses the novel in which friendships are torn apart when one woman's sons are killed while in the care of her best friend, and the Islanders are having to deal with the reality that someone amongst them could be a killer. Julia Eccleshare and Young Adult Fiction writer Sophia McDougall make their recommendations for Children's and Young Adult books for Christmas. Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Jerome Weatherald.

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#5: Andrew Warner | The Most Successful People *All* Have This One Trait  

What do the most successful people all have in common?

Are they smarter than everyone else? Do they work harder? Are they just luckier?

In this episode of Deconstructing Success, we'll talk to someone who has an answer to this question...and I'd bet a lot of money that it's not what you think it is : )

As the founder and host of the massively popular Mixergy courses, masterclasses and podcast series, Andrew Warner has interviewed over 1,000 entrepreneurs...

...including the founders of companies like AirBNB, Wikipedia, Reddit, Dropbox, yCombinator and Zappos, to name a few)...

...asking them uncomfortable questions to dig deep into their success and failures.

I asked Andrew to come o so we could learn more about his story, experiences, habits and influences.

And I also wanted to discover what some of the biggest lessons he’s learned from doing those 1,000+ interviews.

Were there any patterns? Any “major keys? Any shortcuts?

And he gave me even more than I was hoping for!

Some of the things you’ll learn in this wide-ranging interview are:

* how to overcome information overload
* the best way to tell someone they're wrong
* why believing in yourself can be a "million dollar difference"
* lessons from Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuck, Jason Fried, Barbara Corcoran and other inspiring guests.
* what to do when you burn out and stop being creative

We’ll cover all of that (and so much more) in this exclusive interview with Mixergy's own Andrew Warner in Episode #5!

5 Big Things You'll Learn in This Episode:

* What happened when someone offered him $1 million for something and he asked for $2 million because he believed he was entitled to it.

* Why he believes that everyone should care about their legacy and what you can do about yours.

* The biggest takeaways and greatest lessons he learned from:

- Seth Godin, Author
- Mike McDermott, FreshBooks
- Barbara Corcoran, SharkTank
- Catherine Minshew, The Muse
- Brian Chesky, AirBNB
- Jason Fried, Basecamp
- Salman Khan, Khan Academy
- Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia
- Ryan Hoover, ProductHunt
- Laura Roedher, Edgar
- Gary Vaynerchuk, Vayner Media

* The one (surprising!) trait that every single one of the most successful people in the world have in common. Andrew gives examples of this trait in action for people Gary V, Brian Chesky and others.

* The simple ways that Andrew overcomes information overload by focusing on stories and not just facts and lessons.

5 Big Questions I Ask Andrew in Our Interview:

* Did she give you two-million dollars?
* How do you overcome limiting beliefs in your life?
* What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
* With your first company, how did you go from success to selling to burning out?
* Should we share our failures and vulnerabilities with other people?

5 Fast Facts About Andrew Warner:

* Andrew is the founder of Mixergy, a site where founders help each other by telling their stories and teaching what they do best.
* He once said that he created Mixergy in part because, "...in my 20s, with no outside funding, I co-founded a business that reached $30+ million in annual sales. Mixergy is the source I wish I had."
* Before starting Mixergy, he was a 21 year-old who created a $38.5 million dollar business by returning his J.Crew clothes * (the QuickSprout story mentioned in the interview).
* That company was also known for launching Grab.com, an online game site that offered the chance at the world's first billion dollar jackpot.
* FUN FACT: Andrew was the person that urged me to start the Deconstructing Success podcast, gave me advice and what I have learned from Andrew and his IYH team has been instrumental in getting this project off the ground and our initial traction and success!

Complete Show Notes:

* Why Andrew makes up something “really boring” when someone asks them what he does...and why he tells doctors that he’s a reporter. [4:35]

What happened when he discovered the word “entrepreneur” as a child and how it changed his life forever. [6:00]

* Andrew talks about the ineffective marketing “strategy” he used with his first business (that was based out of fear) and why it led him to vow to “never punk out on selling” again in his life. [6:42]

* Why he and his brother kept trying different businesses and ideas. And how growing his mailing list led to his first major business success with online greeting cards. [7:33]

* Why he believes that he’s “nothing” unless he’s something great and wants to measure up to people like Andrew Carnegie and Napoleon Hill. [8:58]

* How terrible insomnia as a kid led him to reading all the t

Marketing Partnerships: How to Extend Your Reach With Content Collaboration  

Do you create great content other businesses might find interesting? Have you considered collaborating with other brands? To learn how to create marketing partnerships with content, I interview Andrew Davis. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview Andrew Davis, author of Brandscaping: Unleashing the Power of Partnerships. He's also a popular speaker. Andrew explores the why and how of marketing partnerships with content. You'll discover the importance of creating marketing partnerships, as well as how to find the best partners and the keys to a successful collaboration. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Marketing Partnerships What led Andrew to write a book on marketing partnerships Andrew studied TV and film at Boston University, and got a job right out of school producing two public affairs programs. From there he freelanced as a producer for programs, such as the Today Show and Weekend Today. After the first dot-com boom, Andrew followed the path of some of his friends into the marketing world. While working at startups, Andrew realized that if you created great content, like television producers did, you actually would inspire people to buy stuff. He figured if he could apply those principles in the marketing world, he could really be successful. He then partnered with James Cosco, a journalist, who also went to BU. They started an agency called Tippingpoint Labs, and grew it until 2012, when Andrew sold his share in the business and wrote Brandscaping. Andrew has since been traveling the world, speaking and helping people find the right kinds of partnerships and rethink marketing. Listen to the show to hear about Andrew's background as a producer, and how the skills he developed prepared him for work in marketing. The meaning of brandscaping Andrew says that brandscaping is leveraging the audiences of others for the benefit of both partners. In the digital age everybody has an audience, whether it's on social media or through email. If you partner with other brands and create valuable content that they would want to proactively send to their audience, then there is no need to buy access to the media. Listen to the show to find out how our podcast is a brandscape.  The benefits of partnering Andrew explains that there are three simple benefits to partnering: it's better, faster and cheaper. It's better. As marketers, we can create better content if we're willing to partner with others who know the audience perhaps even better than we do. It's faster. Most content marketing is a slow-grow strategy. But brands that partner with other brands see much more rapid success with the content they create. It's cheaper. It's much less expensive to share with other audiences than it is to advertise. If you're nervous about partnering with a brand, Andrew suggests you find a person who is a known talent and who already has access to your audience. Listen to the show to discover how to partner with talent. Examples of content collaborations Andrew shares examples of some great marketing partnerships. When Converse (the athletic shoe company) was trying to rebuild their brand, their CMO Geoff Cottrill realized they got the most traction when celebrities wore their shoes and they ended up in a magazine. Since it was too expensive to buy access to celebs, Geoff figured they should look for the next big thing. So he partnered with Guitar Center, because they have access to wanna-be musicians. They built a studio in Brooklyn,

Andrew Rayel - Trance In France Show Ep 239  

The International Guest 01.Fabio XB & Wach vs Roman Sokolovsky - Eternal (Andrew Rayel intro remix) 02.Andrew Rayel - Aeon Of Revenge 03.Roger Shah feat. Carla Werner - One Love (Andrew Rayel remix) 04.Bobina - The Space Track (Andrew Rayel stadium remix) 05.Ummet Ozcan & Abdrew Rayel - Believe In Box (Andrew Rayel mashup) 06.Andrew Rayel feat. Jano - How Do I Know (Club mix) 07.Andrew Rayel - 550 Senta (Aether mix) 08.Fady & Mina - Kepler 22 (Andrew Rayel Remix) 09.Andrew Rayel - Coriolis 10.Daniel Kandi & Leon Bolier - My Sagittarius (Andrew Rayel mashup) 11.Andrew Rayel - Exponential 12.Andrew Rayel - Source Code 13.Tenishia - Where Do We Begin (Andrew Rayel remix)

United We Stand: With Danny Webber  

Danny Webber is the latest guest on the United We Stand podcast. The former Manchester United, Port Vale, Watford, Sheffield United, Portsmouth, Leeds, Doncaster Rovers and current Accrington Stanley striker meets Andy Mitten in a Manchester bar to talk about his life and career. Webber, 31, talks about refusing to sign for Manchester City, about Sir Alex Ferguson, Nobby Stiles and Brian Kidd. About cleaning Andy Cole’s boots and the highs and many lows in a career which saw him play across the divisions. The Manchester lad remembers Sheffield United’s greasy chip butty and the meltdown at Portsmouth, where they were nervously told, “I’m sorry, you’re not getting your wages.” What nearly happened next would have shocked football. Webber is an entertaining and articulate guest. Enjoy.

Chatterbox #180 – Artificial intelligence  

Today, technology is moving faster than ever. What crazy new technologies do you think we’ll have in the near future? In today’s Chatterbox episode, Andrew and Suzanne have a conversation about one of the most exciting new technologies: artificial intelligence. Join them as they discuss a possible future where machines can think like human beings! Fun fact Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a concept with a receding definition. This means that what we consider AI today will no longer be considered AI in the future. This is because once people understand how something “intelligent” works, they no longer believe it is truly intelligent. For example, Apple’s Siri would have been considered marvellous AI 40 or 50 years ago, but today people understand it as voice recognition software, not as artificial intelligence. Expressions included in the learning materials Gloom and doom To put on your thinking cap Rip it off like a Band-Aid To take over Robot For a complete transcript, click:    Sample transcript Andrew:           Some people are really interested in artificial intelligence and the role that it will play in the future. Other people don’t care at all. So I would say that I’m in the first camp. I really am interested in this topic. What about you, Suzanne? Are you interested in it? Have you thought about it much? What camp are you in? Suzanne:        I’m definitely not in the camp of I don’t care or don’t think about it. I have only seen examples of artificial intelligence on TV or in movies. But I haven’t really experienced artificial intelligence, except for my robot, Susan. Ugh … I do think about it, but it kind of scares me because I find the human qualities and human connections so important in the world that I get kind of scared that maybe robots would take over the world. Andrew:           Well, you’re not alone in this thought, because some of the world’s smartest people—like Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates—they’ve all warned about the potential dangers of AI, of artificial intelligence. But I also think there can be good things with AI. And so today, you and I will have a chat about AI, and we’ll break this episode into two parts. The first part, I want to talk about the good news, the potential benefits of AI, the positive aspects. And then in the final half of the episode, we’ll go to the gloom and doom and we’ll talk the potential negative aspects of AI. Does that sound good to you? Suzanne:        That sounds good to me. Andrew:           OK. Let’s start with the good news. Suzanne:        OK. Good news first. Can you put on your thinking cap for a second? Suzanne:        Mmhmm. Andrew:           Thinking into the future, if artificial intelligence becomes a thing, if we can figure out how to invent artificial intelligence, what would be a potential positive aspect, in your opinion? Suzanne:        I think we would have access to even more of the world, and more information. Andrew:           Hmm. Suzanne:        I think the speed at which we could communicate would be even faster than it is now, and that is exciting. Andrew:           That is exciting. Can you imagine an artificial intelligence supercomputer that could act as a translator, a perfect translator for all of the world’s languages? How cool would this be? Suzanne:        Yeah! That would be amazing. And what about the idea of cars that can drive themselves and direct themselves, in traffic and across the country, like on big road trips? Andrew:           This is such a cool idea to me. I drive but I honestly don’t love driving—stresses me out a little bit because I don’t trust other people. They’re on their phone texting or … I don’t know. They’re distracted. This is the scary part about driving. Suzanne:        Yeah. Andrew:           But if we had self-driving cars, wow! That would take the stress right out of it. Suzanne:        Would it, though? Would you feel like you can trust a machine to drive itself? Andrew:           I would trust it, yes. Suzanne:        More than a person? Andrew:           Yeah, because from what I’ve seen about self-driving cars so far, they are pretty good and they have cameras looking all over the place. They have lasers. They have tons of tech built into the car. Suzanne:        Yeah. Andrew:           So that it’s more aware than a person can be. Suzanne:        That’s true. Andrew:           I think right now, maybe the technology isn’t perfect but in 5, 10 years, the speed of technology, the way that it progresses so fast, we’re going to figure this one out. I’m really confident about it. Suzanne:        That’s really interesting. Additionally, the cars that would be programmed to be able to drive themselves, they would also have a uniform response to things. ————————————————– For a complete transcript, click:    Audio/Learning Materials: Culips

ITWE Ep024 Nigel Wright - 'Andrew Lloyd Webber's Eyes and Ears'  

This week we speak to one of the most influential people in musical theatre, Nigel Wright. Nigel has been Andrew Lloyd Webber's eyes and ears on pretty much all of his work since the early 90's. From orchestrating his shows to producing all of his cast recordings and movie soundtracks, Nigel's musical influence is impressively vast! We would go so far as to say that there is not a single listener who wouldn't have heard his work at some point! We give you this podcast completely free. If you've enjoyed it and you'd like to help us make future episodes then: 1. Visit: insidethewestend.com 2. Click on the donate button at the top of the home page 3. Make a contribution and help us keep the show going 4. DO YOUR AMAZON SHOP VIA OUR WEBSITE! Head to insidethewestend.com click on any of the Amazon adverts, it will redirect you to Amazon as normal, your shopping will cost you exactly the same as normal but Amazon will give us a small kick back on any of your purchases as a thank you. 5. SUBSCRIBE to our podcast and they will automatically appear on your device ready for you to listen to. Please tell your friends about our show and share it on social media so that we can continue to inspire others, just like you! The more listeners we have the easier it is to secure guests, so keep sharing every week! -Follow us on Twitter @InsideWestEnd -Like our page on Facebook "Inside the West End Podcast"

Musical; Theater with Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber  

Welcome to "Musical; Theater", a discussion of all things musical and theatrical! Join your host, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, and his protege, Comedy Bang! Bang! intern Gino Lambardo, as they tell the story of how Gino became the out-of-town director of "School Of Rock," dissect the genre of Billy Joel, and answer your burning Twitter questions about Broadway.

Spectacle vivant: "Cats" par Andrew lloyd Webber  &  "Ciel mon placard" de Nicole Genovese  

durée : 00:58:14 - LA DISPUTE - par : Arnaud Laporte - Se font face nos critiques Anna Sigalevitch et Fabienne Pascaud pour parler de théâtre à la table d'Arnaud Laporte. Une dispute autour de "Cats" par Andrew lloyd Webber & "Ciel! Mon placard" de Nicole Genovese. - réalisé par : Daniel Finot

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