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Did Goodell just tick off his bosses? | 3/23 #1  

Florio reacts to the proposed rules changes mentioned by Roger Goodell.

Ep 98 Women In Construction & Caroline Criado - Perez  

Picture a construction worker and you probably don't see a woman. The Construction Industry Federation is trying to encourage more females into the sector, so here at The Women's Podcast we decided to shine a light on some of the women who are already there. In this podcast you'll hear from Krystyna Linkofska, Tara Flynn and Catherine Murphy - three female bosses in the building trade. Later on in this peisode, we hear from the feminist writer responsible for getting a woman on an English banknote for the very first time. Caroline Criado Perez is a self confessed #nastywoman and she spoke to Irish Times journalist Elaine Edwards in London recently.

Will Valtteri Bottas Make Us Miss Nico Rosberg?  

As we excitedly countdown to the 2017 Australian Grand Prix, we wonder if we'll be treated to an epic Formula 1 race or a Sunday morning snooze fest? We're hoping for that a single team (read: Mercedes) doesn't dominate, but even if they do, will Valtteri Bottas be able to challenge Lewis Hamilton? Or will he make us miss Nico Rosberg? The pressure is on the Finn given that the Mercedes bosses have given him 4 races to prove himself. But will the fans be as patient? And there's more to look forward to in Australia: is Ferrari vs. Mercedes possible? Will Red Bull Racing's RB13 look different than the one that appeared in pre-season testing? A pink Force India, an after effect of Holi? The rookies: Esteban Ocon and even Lance Stroll, Daniel Ricciardo's new party trick, Mercedes' finger hole clutch paddle and finally, a 'Fittest Driver of the Day' award? Tune in! (Season 2017, Episode 11) The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This Formula One podcast offers a unique humourous view on the sport. Follow us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook and on Google+: http://bit.ly/insidelineongoogleplus Follow us on Twitter: Mithila Mehta (http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and Kunal Shah (http://twitter.com/kunalashah) Subscribe on: iTunes Store: http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast AudioBoom RSS feed (for Google & other phones): http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss (You will need a Podcast player!) Google Play Podcasts: http://bit.ly/insidelineongoogleplay And hear our ever popular episodes from the previous weeks: 1. Mclaren Is The Fan Favourite For 2017 (http://bit.ly/2nBa3fl) 2. Which F1 Team Is Sandbagging? (http://bit.ly/2lY7svx) 3. From T-Bone To T-Wing (http://bit.ly/2m7ENXs) 4. Ferrari Missing Historic Bonus From Formula E (http://bit.ly/2kLz72Z) 5. Bernie Ecclestone Should Turn TV Commentator (http://bit.ly/2kWw8nV) 6. How Did Lewis Hamilton Get On The Cover Of TIME? (http://bit.ly/2i3CuTB) #F1 #Formula1 #FormulaOne #CarRacing #AutoRacing #Ferrari #Mercedes #Mclaren #Honda #RedBull #Motorsport #Motorracing #Sports #Podcast #RedBullRacing #MaxVerstappen #LewisHamilton #InsideLineF1Podcast #Humour #Jokes #ForceIndia #Radio

#116 - Being a New Mom + Business Owner with Arianna Taboada  

This one is for the mom bosses out there. Arianna Taboata—maternal health consultant—is jamming with us all about being pregnant while running a business, being boss with a baby, and building a family while building a business.

Democracy Now! 2017-03-20 Monday  

Headlines for March 20, 2017; Zephyr Teachout: Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch "Sides with Big Business, Big Donors & Big Bosses"; Ari Berman Reveals Neil Gorsuch Praised a Leading GOP Activist Behind Voter Suppression Efforts; College Classmate: Neil Gorsuch Attacked Anti-Apartheid & Civil Rights Protesters & Defended Contras; Amid Spike in Civilian Deaths from U.S. Strikes, Trump Requests Lifting Policy Limiting Casualties; Organizer: ICE Detention of Immigrant Rights Activists in VT is Clear Case of Political Retaliation

Democracy Now! 2017-03-20 Monday  

Headlines for March 20, 2017; Zephyr Teachout: Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch "Sides with Big Business, Big Donors & Big Bosses"; Ari Berman Reveals Neil Gorsuch Praised a Leading GOP Activist Behind Voter Suppression Efforts; College Classmate: Neil Gorsuch Attacked Anti-Apartheid & Civil Rights Protesters & Defended Contras; Amid Spike in Civilian Deaths from U.S. Strikes, Trump Requests Lifting Policy Limiting Casualties; Organizer: ICE Detention of Immigrant Rights Activists in VT is Clear Case of Political Retaliation

Senator John 'Wacka' Williams goes public with Parkinson's diagnosis  

His friends and parliamentary colleagues know him as 'Wacka', a salt of the earth shearer turned Senator for New South Wales. But bank bosses know Nationals party MP John Williams as the tenacious and wily politician, who's made a name for himself pursuing them for bad bank behaviour. The Senator will need to muster all that tenacity and even more to deal with a personal health condition that tonight, he's going public with. He says he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, but he has the support of his colleagues and is confident he can see out the next few years in Parliament.

Ten Ways Pastors Can Be Great Bosses – Rainer on Leadership #309  

Regardless of the size of the church, the pastor typically has to manage a staff. Today, we cover ten traits pastors should develop as they manage their staff.

The Whisperer - Hippity Hoppy (07-22-51)  


Hippity Hoppy (Aired July 22, 1951)
The Whisperer was an American old-time radio show broadcast from July 8 to September 30, 1951 on NBC. It ran for only 13 episodes. The premise of the series was as improbable as its storylines. The protagonist was Philip Gault (Carleton G. Young), a lawyer who, due to some unexplained accident, lost his voice and could only speak in an eerie whisper. Gault infiltrates "the syndicate" in his native Central City to bring down organized crime from within; to the underworld, he becomes known as the Whisperer. Later, his voice is restored through surgery, but he continues to lead a double life as the Whisperer, relaying instructions from the syndicate bosses in New York (who don't know he's a mole) to their lackeys in Central City, whom Gault is actually setting up. Show Notes From The Old Time Radio Researcher's Group. THIS EPISODE: July 22, 1951. "Hippity Hoppy" - NBC network. Sustaining. The Syndicate orders the death of two men in jail, and suceeds with one murder with the help of a "teacher." Betty Lou Gerson, Betty Moran, Bill Cairn (director), Bob Anderson, Carleton Young, Dan Riss, Don Rickles (announcer), John Duffy (original music), Julius Crowlbein, Paul Frees, Stetson Humphrey (creator). 24:34. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Unions call on PM to push gas companies to renegotiate export contracts  

The AWU says there's more than enough gas being extracted to deal with a supply shortage that threatens 235,000 jobs in heavy industry, and is calling on the Prime Minister to push for export contracts to be revisited. Mr Turnbull's indicated he's seeking an 'urgent' meeting with gas company bosses to hear how they would deal with the crisis. The industry lobby group says increasing supply by lifting moratoriums on coal seam gas exploration.

Ten Ways Pastors Can Be Terrible Bosses – Rainer on Leadership #308  

Regardless of the size of the church, the pastor typically has to manage a staff. They may be volunteers; they may be paid. So today, we cover ten traits pastors should avoid as they manage their staff.

Ep. 9: Showing Appreciation Makes Work More Fun  

In honor of Employee Appreciation Day, this Friday, March 3rd, Russ and Kim talk about cultivating a sense of appreciation within your team. They explain why many bosses aren’t great at this and share some tips for showing appreciation this week!

537 - Benny Gold  

Let the bell toll to announce the second coming of Benny Gold. With the pressures of an uncertain future in a soft market Benny Gold has kept true to his roots and fought hard for what he loves and has pushed his brand farther than he ever dreamed with his first sticker. In the face of adversity he has doubled down with a firm belief in his vision and opened a brand new shop in the heart of San Francisco to further pursue his quest to create. This isn't work. This is true passion. Benny Gold shows us how to use your dreams as your life's compass and maintain a youthful outlook even if the odds or your age seem stacked against you. With no signs of slowing and a promising future filled with one on one interactions, lectures, and plenty of coffee there is a whole lot to unpack with this Florida Keys transplant that rose above his lackadaisical upbringing and made a name for himself. Calm your mind. Calm your heart. Take a deep breath and learn from one of the nicest guys in streetwear, Benny Gold.

Talking Points

Opening up a grown up shop on the main drag. Expanding into cut and sew and deciding between domestic or overseas. What is Benny's role in the business now? Delegation, brand name regrets, and understanding success. Staying in the moment piece by piece until the finish line. Benny knows there's always a way and to trust his instincts. Throwing stability out the window and sticking to your dreams. Stress as life's engine. Breaking down the Works For Jerks mantra. Ringing the bell, youth culture, and maintaining sanity through meditation. Age brackets and fighting your DNA. Working through your problems without any crutches on the quest for self empowerment. A life in skateboarding. Gateway friends that deliver you into punk rock and Mr. Gold's solid record collection. Exploring your exploratory nature and missing the age of discovery. Is success easier to attain these days? Staying power, passion, and authenticity. For the love of creativity. Stand alone institutions and finding your passionate tribe. The importance in fighting for yourself and bringing face time back to the experience. Separatism and teaching true acceptance to the next generation. It's a beautiful world so pick yourself back up when you fall. The bosses you accumulate that stand in the way of your vision. Enjoying the moment and the varying degrees of success. Make it all for something. 
Teaching consent on campus, Sunday penalty rates, and Oscars stuff-ups  

Educating first-year uni students about sexual consent, meet the bosses who are ignoring the reduction in Sunday penalty rates, and all the winners, losers and stuff-ups at the Oscars.

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02-20-17 - WWBD - Donating For Bosses Gift - Fantasy League Welchers  

WHAT WOULD BRADY DO - Monday, February 20, 2017 - A guy emailed in to throw Toledo and Brady's nephew Charlie under the bus for not paying their fantasy league dues in a timely manner.

ep 84: Charlie Day  

This week on Unqualified Anna and Sim sit down with the hysterical Charlie Day (IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY, HORRIBLE BOSSES, FIST FIGHT)! They talk about pranks, rumpology, comic acting vs. dramatic acting and throw down on some Deal Breakers! Then they call Shelby, who finds out a guy that has been flirting with her is married with four children and Katie, who’s not sure what to do when she finds her new boyfriend on Bumble. Listen in!

Pierre Battah - Young Leaders  

Our workplace columnist talks about how to cultivate the next generation of bosses.

#110 - F*ck Fear with Jay Pryor  

Jay Pryor is joining us to talk about facing your fears and what to do when your worst fears come true because, as bosses, most of the time those things that we're afraid of are all just in our heads.

The Whisperer - Attempted Murder (07-15-51)  


Attempted Murder (Aired July 15, 1951)
The Whisperer was an American old-time radio show broadcast from July 8 to September 30, 1951 on NBC. It ran for only 13 episodes. The premise of the series was as improbable as its storylines. The protagonist was Philip Gault (Carleton G. Young), a lawyer who, due to some unexplained accident, lost his voice and could only speak in an eerie whisper. Gault infiltrates "the syndicate" in his native Central City to bring down organized crime from within; to the underworld, he becomes known as the Whisperer. Later, his voice is restored through surgery, but he continues to lead a double life as the Whisperer, relaying instructions from the syndicate bosses in New York (who don't know he's a mole) to their lackeys in Central City, whom Gault is actually setting up. By today's standards, the stories are dated and their message-mongering usually criticized as ham-fisted, the product of what might be considered the unenlightened attitudes of the time.


Stop Shaming and Start Honouring, Part 3  
Luke 15:11-32 / January 31-February 2, 2017

In our shame-prone culture, parents, bosses, teachers, and many pastors consciously or subconsciously urge people to connect their significance to what they produce. How much better to respect and honour others—even when they fail to measure up to expectations, or “blow it” big time!

From the Series: Things to Stop and Start

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