Education – New podcasts

  • 18 year old High School student and entrepreneur Jacob O'Connor interviews and discusses how to achieve high levels of success with top entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and high performers.

  • In The Writers’ Co-op podcast, freelance writers Jenni Gritters and Wudan Yan reveal their tips and tricks for building and managing a successful freelance writing business. This podcast acts as an audio career handbook for freelance writers everywhere, addressing concerns like finding clients, time management, diversifying income streams, balancing assignments, creating a budget, the ins and outs of taxes, negotiating higher pay, marketing your business, building authority and trust with clients, securing mentorship, and more. A more stable business model allows freelance writers to do better work, so the take-aways from each episode are meant to give aspiring and current freelancers tools they can use immediately. Co-host Wudan Yan has been an independent journalist for over five years. Her work has been supported by the Pulitzer Center and the Institute of Journalism and Natural resources, among other places, and her stories frequently appear in national print magazines and online, including The New York Times, Columbia Journalism Review, and High Country News. She reluctantly became an activist for freelance writers after self-publishing a story that detailed how she was owed $5,000 in late payments from her clients. Yan’s superpowers include her bold reporting tactics, straight-forward negotiation skills, and ability to multitask while reporting multiple longform stories. She also works as a fact checker. Co-host Jenni Gritters has been a freelance writer and editor for seven years, but she officially left her full-time editing job behind in March 2018 when she was laid off from her staff job at Wirecutter. During her first year as a freelance writer and editor, she made over six figures; when she wrote about her business set up for Medium, the story instantly went viral and she started coaching other writers about they could make more money, too. Before freelancing, Gritters completed a Masters degree in Journalism at Boston University, then worked as an editor at MedTech Boston and Upworthy. She currently writes about health, human psychology, and the outdoors for various mainstream publications like The New York Times, Medium’s Elemental Magazine, and beyond. She also works as a part-time copy editor and creates content for brands like Amazon and REI. Gritters’ superpowers include her epic efficiency, budgeting know-how, and organizational prowess.

  • Take a listen to one of many sermons preached at Pacific West Baptist College Chapel services.

  • Whosoever shall drink of the waters of this word shall open their minds to worlds of knowledge and love in physical infinity and in spiritual infinity. New worlds shall fly through your neurons, and you will zoom from universe to universe in a swoo of sou

  • My theory: TENSION is crucial and necessary to the fullest development of creators and doers. It’s the purest ingredient to how inspiring your work or art will be. Instead of trying to merely alleviate tension, what happens when we dig deeper into it, make a home in it, embrace the discomfort to discover the ultimate beauty it will produce? My guests all have one thing in common: they’ve encountered the tension… and we’re all benefitting from their bold persistence to not give into comfort. Tension is evidence you’re doing something that needs doing, this podcast is the proof you need to go for it.

  • Joel Parker from the Financial Freedom Community reveals all of his personal finance knowledge and tips so you can get ahead, pay off your debt, and achieve Financial Freedom. Discover how you can change your life, stop living paycheck to paycheck, and begin to focus on your friends and family. Stop worrying about your finances and begin to focus on your dreams. Whether you want to travel the world or just buy a new TV, Financial Freedom can make it a reality. Although Joel confesses he is not a millionaire, he’s been able to pay off his credit card debt, save over $12,000 for emergencies, and create a nice retirement plan. Financial Freedom, retirement, debt reduction, debt management, budgeting, real estate, bankruptcy, car buying and helping you better understand how to change your financial life forever.

  • A weekly 12-hour, Facebook live-streamed, personal development marathon and podcast, interviewing leaders and influencers to help you master yourself, stay inspired and grow!

  • Nick Kemp from Ikigai Tribe reveals what ikigai truly means to the Japanese and how you can find it to make your life worth living. Discover how you can find meaning, purpose, and joy in your day to day living, with this podcast. From interviews with professors, authors and experts to case studies of people living their ikigai, you'll learn about the power of rituals, why having a daily morning routine is vital, how to find your confidence, how to improve your relationships, and why you should start a meaningful online business. Hit the subscribe button, and get ready to find your ikigai.

  • Lectures and seminars from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), University of Oxford. The OII is a leading world centre for multidisciplinary research and teaching on the social factors that are shaping the Internet, and their implications for society. Areas covered by our podcasts include: social networking, Internet regulation, safety and security online, e-government and democracy, civil society, open access, identity, e-learning, citizen journalism and new media, and the future of the Internet itself.

  • The Momentum Life Project is a podcast designed to enhance your true potential, optimise your personal and professional development, and help you gain maximum momentum in work life and play.

  • This is a podcast celebrating what is special, exciting, unique, and rewarding about occupational therapy. Download and listen for a celebration of the people, programs, and research that make OT great!

  • Let’s face it, life can be tough in many ways. Here on the Glass is Half Full, we focus on life is tough financially. Dealing with these financial realities can be a challenge. Essentially, we have to find ways to do more with less. Less money that is.This show is focused on helping you discover ways to achieve that goal, even if you do not have a lot of money to work with. We will be meeting people from many different walks of life. They will share their stories and expertise.Looking to do more with less and maintain a positive attitude while you're doing it?

  • A podcast for teachers to talk and reflect about what it means to teach.

  • These six managers, from frontline roles across health and social care in the UK, are real people in real roles. By sharing their experiences through short videos, they help to bring alive the ideas studied in the course and help you to explore how they might play out in real-life situations.
    This material forms part of The Open University course K313 Leadership and management in health and social care.

  • Join nutrition and fitness coach and author, Cait Lynch as we ruminate, percolate and delve into everything from coffee to foot fungus!

    Just kidding...

    We promise—no mindless banter and no curse of knowledge potholes. Just straight talk and great stories from fellow travellers and heroes amongst us, with actionable steps to consider for each season of your life.

    Brace for impact! The point is, be ready for anything...

  • Welcome to the #SelfHype podcast where we dissect and discover all things personal development, deeper thinking and ways to unapologetically love ourselves in the digital age.

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  • Rick is an author, speaker, consultant, and podcaster. He has been encouraging and training Christians since 1997. After several years as a counselor and pastor he founded and launched his training organization to encourage and equip people for effective living. Today, the ministry reaches people globally through training, blogging, podcasting, counseling, and coaching. His cyber home is RickThomas.Net

  • Experience, strength, and hope:
    Welcome to “Keep Coming Back” a series of inspiring and powerful conversations focused around the paths to sobriety and recovery. Each episode explores an individual’s unique story, their relationship with drugs and alcohol, and explains how each navigates life today without a drink, a powder, or a pill.

    Twitter: @kcbpodcast

    Hosted by Mike S
    Sobriety Date 7/5/16

  • Chey and Pav, two experienced middle school teachers from the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada, take listeners through the in’s and out’s of the field of Teaching, Learning and Leadership. Through their anecdotal, yet often comedic banter, laced with caring insightfulness, they take their audience into a conversation that is surely eye-opening and entertaining, while tackling some of the real, and ever-changing issues that exist in Education. Come join Chey and Pav; partake in the Staff Room chatter that all teachers and educators can connect with.