• Episode 404: Building Trust Using Virtual Communication (Free)

    · The Project Management Podcast

    Play Now: Project Management Professional (PMP)® Training on your mobile device: Sara Gallagher and Cornelius Fichtner A large number of projects these days rely on virtual teams. This means that we project managers must master how we communicate in a virtual setting in order to properly lead our teams. But how do you build trust as a leader if nobody can actually see you? This interview with Sara Gallagher (LinkedIn Profile) was recorded at the awe-inspiring Project Management Institute (PMI)® Global Conference 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. It is based on her presentation "You Can Trust Me: Communicating When Nobody Can See Your Face" and explores tools and techniques project leaders can apply to improve communication and convey trust even in digital and virtual settings. Here is what Sara wrote about her presentation: Trust is essential to effective communication across your team and your stakeholders - but how can you communicate trust when no one can see your face? This engaging session will examine how the four cores of trust are impacted in a digital, global communication environment. Participants will be given the opportunity to immediately apply what they've learned to improve communication across their teams. Episode Transcript Below are the first few pages of the transcript. The complete transcript is available to Premium subscribers only. Podcast Introduction Female Voice: In this episode of the Project Management Podcast, we learned to apply specific tools and techniques to improve communication and convey trust even in digital and virtual settings. Cornelius Fichtner: Hello and welcome to The Project Management Podcast™ at I am Cornelius Fichtner. We are coming to you live from the inspiring 2017 PMI Global Conference in Chicago. Podcast Interview Cornelius Fichtner: And with me right now is Sara Gallagher. Good morning! Sara Gallagher: Hello, good morning! Cornelius Fichtner: How are you today? Sara Gallagher: I’m doing great! This has been a fantastic conference! Cornelius Fichtner: You are smiling from ear to ear. You have already presented and they invited you back! Sara Gallagher: They do! Cornelius Fichtner: You’re going to have to give an encore presentation. Sara Gallagher: Yes, I’ll be speaking again at 1 o’clock today. Cornelius Fichtner: Yeah! So you must be ecstatic. Sara Gallagher: Well sort of. It’s funny right after you present, you’re like: "Ah, finally I can relax.” And then you get the call that you are doing it again. And it all starts again and all the prep work and everything. But it’ll be fun. I’m really excited. Cornelius Fichtner: How do you like the energy at this conference? Sara Gallagher: Energy has been amazing! So I’ll tell you, this has been a different conference for me in that I came alone and I don’t always do that. But I haven’t felt alone. Everywhere I’ve walked, everywhere I’ve gone, people have smiled, introduced themselves, taken me to dinner. So I found friends everywhere and in every industry, every state and many different countries. It’s been amazing. Cornelius Fichtner: So to the people at home who are kind of on the edge: “Should I go to a conference? Should I not go to a conference?” What is your recommendation? Sara Gallagher: Oh absolutely do it. Absolutely do it. My first conference was 2015 and I went in both feet in. I came and I also spoke at two presentations. So it’s a first-time conference experience and a first time speaking-at-a-conference experience, and it was fabulous! I get so many great little nuggets of inspiration and ideas I can take back with me, and a great network I come back with. So definitely do it. Cornelius Fichtner: Your presentation is titled: “You can trust me. Communication when no one can see your face.” Which is something that we are doing right now! Sara Gallagher: It is true! It’s true! Cornelius Fichtner: Nobody can see our faces. Sara Gallagher: Yes. Cornelius Fichtner: What’s the story behind this particular presentation? What got you interested in this? Sara Gallagher: Well I think some of the best topics come from personal struggle. In my line of work, I work with high-stakes projects. So these are projects that have a lot of potential business reward but if they’re executed poorly can cause pretty disastrous disruption. In that line of work, I vastly prefer to do it face to face because often there’s a lot of political agendas, complex stakeholder issues and so fewer misunderstandings occur when you can just look someone in the face and really have conversations. And so, I struggle with this for a long time and I kind of made it my mission for a couple of years to just experiment, read, research and get better at it. So, I don’t have all the answers. I certainly don’t have a silver bullet solution but my goal with this talk was to just present some of those ah-ha moments that I’ve had, those insights and get people rolling towards a better to work online. Cornelius Fichtner: What tools do you use to connect to people online where this has grown out of and you learn from? Sara Gallagher: So I’ve done a couple of things. I do a lot of video conferencing and I’m a big believer in that. I think it has limitations still that people need to acknowledge. It is not the same as face to face. We’ll talk about why in a moment. But I do a lot of that both with a fully blown technology solution where you walk into a conference room and there are cameras everywhere and that type of thing. But also just Skype on my laptop which most people now have access to Skype for business or something similar. So in my mind there’s really no excuse, right, not to let people see your face when possible. Cornelius Fichtner: Well sometimes in the morning, 7:30 no, no, no. Sara Gallagher: Oh well that’s true. That’s true. I know. Cornelius Fichtner: I always say, I have a face for radio. Sara Gallagher: So I have been on video conferences with Germany, which is a 7-hour time difference and I’m full hair and makeup at like 5 in the morning at the office ready to do this. So I know all about that. And then of course you know telephone, instant messaging, email, all of those things that people use, I’ve done that as well. Cornelius Fichtner: Let’s take a step back and think about more the not the digital communication but the personal communication. Once you meet somebody if you’re in a meeting room together with them, what are some of the clues that we look for to determine if someone is trustworthy that we talk to? Sara Gallagher: Well you know it’s really interesting and we have an excellent keynote yesterday that talked about this very issue. The fact of the matter is what we do look for and what we should be looking for are usually separate things. What we do look for is body language. What are they telling us with their eyes? Where are they looking, and what are they paying attention to? And the keynote, we learned that’s not always the best clue as to what they are actually thinking. But what’s really interesting about in-person communication is you think about people you work with physically in an office, right? All week long you have all of these micro-interactions with them. You pass them on the way to the bathroom. You tell them a joke. You tell them a story, pass along an idea that you had. And you have accumulated all of this data about this person and what motivates them and what drives them. So when you get into a conference room and you have to argue about something or you have to push your way towards a solution, all of a sudden that person is a human. They are not just a voice or an obstacle on the other end of the phone or on the other end of an email. So in a virtual environment, our goal has to be to replicate the humanity that we have with in person interactions. Cornelius Fichtner: I had an experience once where we have an offshore team and they were just words on the other side of an email chain and one day we managed to finally be able to get them on a video conference. And just that 30‑minute conversation changed everything. Sara Gallagher: It did? Cornelius Fichtner: It brought us closer together. We knew them. We saw them. They were actually human beings over there, right? And they took the time. It was late for them in the evening to come and meet with us and that just personal interaction that we had there, that helped. Sara Gallagher: It absolutely does and that’s one of the first ah-ha moments that I had is number one: The more that can you meet face to face in the beginning of a project, the better. If you can afford it, do it. But as you go along, have those touch points where they can see your face or at least hear your voice, relying more on phone than email. But help them experience that warmth. And another thing that I’ve done is you can actually get in their physical space by simply using the postal system. So I had a stakeholder in a different state who was just notoriously difficult. I mean every interaction with this guy was just horrendous. And finally, I reached across on a video chat and I asked him to stay after a meeting and I said: “Jeff, I get the sense that you are really stressed about this project. Can you walk me through some of the things you’re thinking about with this?” I swear to God this is what he says to me: “Alright, I’ll come clean. I hate project managers.” I was like: “Okay!” Cornelius Fichtner: One way to kill a conversation! Sara Gallagher: Exactly! But actually it opened a conversation because I could see his face and I could see he was kind of half-joking. But we were able to have really honest conversations about his experiences in the past, what I was going to do to be different. I followed that conversation up. I learned that he was a big Reese’s Pieces fan. So I hear you’re a Gummy Bear fan. Cornelius Fichtner: Yeah! Sara Gallagher: Yeah, yeah! So he was a Reese’s Pieces guy. So I mailed him a bag of Reese’s Pieces and a neck pillow with a note that said: “Use this every time I’m a pain in your neck.” And just that act that warmth of him getting something from me in the mail that sat on his desk that he could tap into when he was frustrated was great. And so that’s one the techniques that I’ve kind of found along the way as well. Cornelius Fichtner: And for our international listeners, Reese’s Pieces is a chocolate, right? Sara Gallagher: It’s a peanut butter chocolate. Think about M and M’s that little chocolate round, yeah! It’s like that. Cornelius Fichtner: And isn’t it in ET the movie? Isn’t that what Eliot uses to lure ET out of the shed there? Sara Gallagher: Yeah, it is. If you have a peanut allergy, I would not recommend them, but yeah! Cornelius Fichtner: Ah yes, okay! One of your slides in the presentation that caught my eyes, I go: “Oh, what is this, uncertainty tax?” What is the uncertainty tax?   Above are the first few pages of the transcript. The complete transcript is available to Premium subscribers only. Please subscribe to our Premium Podcast to receive a PDF transcript.

  • Episode 066 - Peter Serafinowicz and Gallagher

    · 01:05:45 · Probably Science

    This week's episode was recorded live at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival ( in Portland, and it's... well... it's something. Andy Wood and Matt Kirshen are still recovering from this recording, which Matt has come to call "My personal Vietnam." Peter Serafinowicz ( and Gallagher ( joined them to discuss: James Randi! Gallagher holding court on the sidewalk! The hidden dangers of telephone poles! How to use the Internet to get smart! Al Gore-rhythms! Cutting the fat of chocolate in half! Gallagher's distaste for particle/wave duality, Cadillac trucks, spoon-forks and America's first bi-racial president! Coffee, chocolate and cocaine! Picture-winged flies dining on sperm! Earthquakes causing other earthquakes! Bridgetown's depression-based comedy! Erik the Red singlehandedly creating gingers! How stress can help red squirrels produce healthier pups! Gallagher's endorsement of dorsal breast implants! Beyonce's fake pregnancy! Gallagher's proposed dam to cut off Mexico's fresh water! A lengthy and very uncomfortable discussion of height and race! Gallagher's proposal to curb drunk driving! Gallagher's gubernatorial bid! Supernovae that are too big! Gallagher's proposal to get kids into gambling! Gallagher's many patents! Gallagher taking credit for the concept of splashing!

  • Retromanía - Gallagher contra Gallagher: La historia de Oasis - 20/11/17

    · 01:08:12 · Retromanía

    Liam y Noel, los hermanos Gallagher, acaban de publicar sus últimos trabajos por separado. En el programa aprovechamos la ocasión para hablar de sus comienzos y afinidades, que fueron muchas, hasta que todo se trunco. Una hora dedicada al pop mas canónico donde escuchamos a: Liam Gallagher - For what it's worth; Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Holy mountain; The Jam - Mr Clean; Oasis - Supersonic; Oasis - Live forever; The Beatles - Dear Prudence; Oasis - Wonderwall; Blur - Country house; Oasis - Don't look back in anger; The Smiths - There is a light that never goes out; David Bowie - Fashion; Oasis - All around the world; Oasis - Let there be love; Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – The death of you and me; y Gorillaz - We got the power. Escuchar audio

  • Noel Gallagher (the A-Side)

    · Mastertapes

    John Wilson continues with the latest series of Mastertapes, in which he talks to leading performers and songwriters about the album that made them or changed them. Recorded in front of a live audience at the BBC's iconic Maida Vale Studios. Each edition includes two episodes, with John initially quizzing the artist about the album in question, and then, in the B-side, the audience puts the questions. Both editions feature exclusive live performances. Programme 9, A-side. 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' with Noel Gallagher In 2009 Noel Gallagher left Oasis - one of the seminal bands of the Britpop era with seven multi-platinum albums including: 'Definitely Maybe', '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?' and 'Be Here Now' - which became the fastest selling album in UK chart history. Two years later Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds also went to Number 1 in the UK with tracks like "Everybody's On the Run", "AKA... What A Life!" and "The Death of You and Me". Praised for its psychedelic tinges and eternal themes of love, loss and hope, it's been described as the best collection of songs "since his Morning Glory days". With tracks inspired by New Orleans ragtime rhythms and Ennio Morricone-like strings, it put paid to rumours that its creator entered into a state of inertia after the end of Oasis. Noel Gallagher said of the album: "I won't criticize anything about Oasis because I loved being in that band and I was in charge of it, but there was always the feeling: how will this go down in Wembley, with 70,000 people braying for good times? This time I didn't have to think about that. I've got a guy playing wine glasses on one song, a saw on another. This is not Oasis." Producer: Paul Kobrak.

  • Episode 51: Quasar Storms of the Early Universe, with Sarah Gallagher

    · The Star Spot

    Feature Guest: Sarah Gallagher Quasars are among the most energetic and mysterious phenomena of the ancient universe. Spiraling gas is heated to such extremes that the neighbourhood around the quasar glows brighter than the entire surrounding galaxy. In the process, quasars generate dust grains, winds and storms of unimaginable violence. To help us understand the growing pains of the young universe, today Sarah Gallagher joins Justin Trottier at The Star Spot.     About Our Guest Sarah Gallagher is assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the university of western ontario. She completed a  Spitzer postdoctoral fellowship in 2006 based on her studies of quasar winds. Since her PhD work she has specialized in X-ray studies of these active supermassive black holes at the centres of distant and ancient galaxies. Gallagher has worked at Penn State, MIT, and UCLA and at NASA observatories Spitzer and Chandra. A well rounded individual, Gallagher has coached soccer and has an interest in art history.

  • #7: Liam and Noel Gallagher, Modigliani and Child's Play

    · 00:40:38 · The Back Half

    On this episode of the New Statesman's new culture podcast, The Back Half, Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman discuss the new albums from Liam Gallagher, As You Were, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Who Built the Moon?. Then they talk about an upcoming Modigliani exhibition at Tate Modern, and finally they celebrate the noniversary of that iconic horror movie, Child's Play.Get in touch on Twitter and send us your noniversary suggestions via @ns_podcasts or @tom_gatti.Relevant links:Michael Prodger on Modigliani.The clip from "Holy Mountain" performed by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds is courtesy of Sour Mash Ltd.The clip from "For What It's Worth", written by Liam Gallagher and Simon Jons and published by Warner/Chappell Music and Kobalt, is courtesy of Warner Bros UK.Our theme music is "God Speed" by Pistol Jazz, licensed under Creative Commons.

  • 180 grados - Django Django y Noel Gallagher - 01/11/17

    · 00:59:05 · 180 grados

    DJANGO DJANGO - Tic Tac Toe, NOEL GALLAGHER - Holy Mountain, MISTER HEAVENLY - Makin’ Excuses, MAX MESER - Love, THE LEMON TWIGS - Why You Didn’t Say That, FANNY ANDERSEN - Kids, FUEL FANDANGO - Toda La Vida, KUVE - 3.0, CYCLE - Saturday Girl, LIAM GALLAGHER - Doesn’t Have To Be That Way, ÁNGEL STANICH - Escupe Fuego, LOS RONALDOS - Guárdalo, MI CAPITÁN - Encerrados En La Habitación, SIDONIE - Siglo XX Escuchar audio

  • Turbo 3 - Foo Fighters, Vetusta Morla, Curtis Harding y Noel Gallagher - 30/10/17

    · 00:58:59 · Turbo 3

    Nueva canción de Foo Fighters para comenzar la semana: 'Soldier'. Además, escuchamos a Vetusta Morla con un segundo avance de su próximo disco, a Noel Gallagher con un experimental corte instrumental de su nuevo álbum, y seleccionamos 'Face your fear' de Curtis Harding como Disco Gourmet de la semana. Y también hoyen Turbo 3: la música de MGMT, The Black Keys, Frank Turner y Stereophonics, entre otros. Playlist: ROYAL BLOOD - How did we get so dark?, THE REBELS - Storge, FOO FIGHTERS - Soldier, NOEL GALLAGHER’S HIGH FLYING BIRDS - Fort knox, MGMT - Little dark age, VETUSTA MORLA - Deséame suerte, MISS CAFFEINA - El rescate, ALT-J - Pleader (feat. The Age of L.U.N.A.) (Mr. Jukes remix), GORILLAZ - Clint Eastwood, CURTIS HARDING - Wednesday morning atonement, THE BLACK KEYS - Tighten up, STEREOPHONICS - Cryin’ in your beer, FRANK TURNER - There she is, THE KILLERS - Mr. Brightside. Escuchar audio

  • 180 grados - Maga con Santi Balmes, Vetusta Morla, Noel Gallagher y The Last Internationale - 30/10/17

    · 00:59:06 · 180 grados

    Esta mañana tenemos el placer de estrenar una de esas colaboraciones que dan un toque mágico a la canción que protagonizan, en este caso es Santi Balmes (Love Of Lesbian) con Maga en 'Juego', incluida en el último disco hasta la fecha de los sevillanos. Aparte, escuchamos 'Deséame Suerte' de Vetusta Morla, 'Fort Knox' de Noel Gallagher y una de las canciones del segundo disco de The Last Internationale. FRANZ FERDINAND - Always Ascending, JUMP TO THE MOON - 2 A.M., NATION - Into The Wild, FUEL FANDANGO - Toda La Vida, NOEL GALLAGHER - Fort Knox,VETUSTA MORLA - Deséame Suerte, PASAJERO - Francotiradores, THE LAST INTERNATIONALE - Hard Times, JACK WHITE - I’m Shakin’, CURTIS HARDING - Need Your Love, MORRISSEY - I Wish You Lonely, ANTEROS - Bonnie, MAGA con SANTI BALMES - Juego, LOVE OF LESBIAN con IVÁN FERREIRO - Planeador, TESSA DIXSON - PrayerPULP - Common People Escuchar audio

  • Raging Bullets Episode 487 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

    · 01:36:00 · Raging Bullets

    Episode 487: The Dark Knight Returns Epic Fan Film and Shadowland Part 2 of 2 : Jim and Sean with the amazing and talented Wyatt Weed and Gayle Gallagher in an epic 2 part discussion. Listener voicemails return next episode. Show Notes: 0:00 Show opening,,,,,,,, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype, and more.   Show contact info and web site: 3:00 Interview Part 2 1:32:05 Show Closing We’ll be back next week with our next episode.  Check, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates. Wyatt Weed and Gayle Gallagher Shadowland DVD on Amazon Shadowland Streaming on Amazon: Facebook Links: The Dark Knight Returns - An Epic Fan Film: Shadowland Pirate Media Group Wyatt Weed Gayle Gallagher And, Wyatt's Website:

  • Raging Bullets Episode 486 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

    · 01:50:36 · Raging Bullets

    Episode 486: The Dark Knight Returns Epic Fan Film and Shadowland Part 1 of 2 : Jim and Sean with the amazing and talented Wyatt Weed and Gayle Gallagher in an epic 2 part discussion. Listener voicemails return next episode. Show Notes: 0:00 Show opening,,,,,,,, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype, and more.   Show contact info and web site: 5:50 Interview Part 1 1:46:10 Show Closing We’ll be back next week with our next episode.  Check, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates. Wyatt Weed and Gayle Gallagher Shadowland DVD on Amazon Shadowland Streaming on Amazon: Facebook Links: The Dark Knight Returns - An Epic Fan Film: Shadowland Pirate Media Group Wyatt Weed Gayle Gallagher And, Wyatt's Website: FB Website:

  • 246: Christine Gallagher: Entrepreneurship + Teamwork

    · 00:51:55 · Healthy Wealthy & Smart

    On this week’s episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Christine Gallagher joins me to talk about practical strategies for entrepreneurs to implement today! Speaker, trainer, bestselling author and award-winning business coach Christine Gallagher is founder of, a company dedicated to teaching women around the globe how to find more meaning, fulfillment and purpose in their life through the power of entrepreneurship. In this episode, we discuss: -5 red flags that can tell you if you need to delegate -What Christine calls “Genius Work” and methods of discovering your strengths -How to develop and manage a team that compliments your business needs -Christine’s favorite project management tools -And so much more!   Entrepreneurial people often try to “do it all,” but a better strategy is to do what you are best at and delegate the rest. Christine advices, “Entrepreneurs who end up wearing all the hats start to feel like, ‘Well, even if I don’t know how to do this, it still needs to get done so I should do it.’ But if that keeps coming up, that's something you need to pay attention to… That's when you know that that needs to be delegated.”   Sometimes it can be easy for entrepreneurs to lose track of how much time they are putting into their work. Christine talks about exercises for entrepreneurs to rethink what they spend energy on and how they are compensated. She shares, “Think about what [you] are worth per hour doing [your] genius work. Genius work is what you love, what you’re extremely good at, what gives you energy instead of takes your energy away.”   As you develop your team, assessing strengths and assigning the right roles is key to getting the most value from each member. She stresses, “It really helps team members understand that they play an important role in the company and often because it's because of the strengths that they have.”   For more information on Christine: Speaker, trainer, bestselling author and award-winning business coach Christine Gallagher is founder of, a company dedicated to teaching women around the globe how to find more meaning, fulfillment and purpose in their life through the power of entrepreneurship. Christine believes that when entrepreneurs find the courage to share their gifts and their message in a much bigger way, they will not only attract raving fans, enroll more clients, and enjoy more income, they also become a force for positive change in the world. After applying Christine’s proven marketing methods, which she teaches via her Impact Academy and live workshops, her students and attendees typically experience a significant increase in subscribers, clients, sales and lucrative joint venture opportunities. Most importantly, they find a renewed sense of purpose and passion, allowing them to step into their bigger vision, connect to their “why” in order to serve at the highest level, and make a lasting, true impact in the world through a business they love. The Huffington Post declared Christine to be one of “16 Brilliant Business Minds on Twitter,” she’s won the Bronze Stevie Award for “Business Mentor/Coach of the Year” for 2014, and she’s an Amazon bestselling author. Christine is also an in-demand speaker, and has been featured in numerous publications such as We Magazine For Women, NewsDay, BlogHer, The Huffington Post, Social Media Examiner, and many more.   Resources discussed on this show: Facebook group: Just Add Wifi Join to access the free 5 day challenge on how to build your tribe! She's Got Clients Download the FREE guide: 5 Surefire Strategies to Escape the Dollars for Hours Trap Facebook Instagram Asana Google Drive StrengthsFinder Kolbe Assessment Basecamp Hire My Mom   Thanks for listening and subscribing to the podcast! Make sure to connect with me on twitter, instagram and facebook to stay updated on all of the latest! Show your support for the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes!   Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!   Xo Karen   P.S. Do you want to be a stand out podcast guest? Make sure to grab the tools from the FREE eBook on the home page! Check out my latest blog post on the Top 10 Podcast Episodes of 2016

  • Clare Gallagher and Her 100 Mile Debut Fueled by Cake Frosting and Laughs

    · 01:13:36 · Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews

    Clare Gallagher – Winning Her Hundred Mile Debut with Hard Work, Cake Frosting, and Laughs Clare Gallagher grew up in Colorado (looking up to an influential and famous family friend who you’ll hear about at the end of the episode), and went to Princeton where she ran XC and track.  While … The post Clare Gallagher and Her 100 Mile Debut Fueled by Cake Frosting and Laughs appeared first on Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews.

  • Gallagher vs Gallagher

    · 01:34:40 · myROCK myWAY

    Hvem vinder brødrebattlen: Liam eller Noel?... I denne episode får du den ultimative Gallagher vs Gallagher - men der bliver også plads Airbourne, Supersonic Blues Machine, Cavalera Conspiracy, Trampolene og ugens TAK ROCK!-band.Vært: Jesper Binzer

  • Clare Gallagher | One Year Anniversary and a Big Win

    · 01:02:16 · Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews

    Clare Gallagher made her debut podcast on URP at this time last year–she’d just crushed Leadville and we got to hear about her training, eating, collegiate running, and studies in Thailand.  Lots of energy, lots of fun, and the potential for a big career was obvious. In this most recent … The post Clare Gallagher | One Year Anniversary and a Big Win appeared first on Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews.

  • 181 – Wax On: Coaching Jordy, Chris Gallagher Stone

    · 01:37:46 · Surf Splendor

    Today we Wax On with Chris Gallagher Stone. You may have seen him in the channel during the Billabong Pro. He is a former ‘CT surfer, a surfboard shaper, and currently, Jordy Smith’s coach. We discuss why Jordy hasn’t won a world title (yet), Jordy’s new found humility, Jordy’s weaknesses, how they got Jordy to … Continue reading "181 – Wax On: Coaching Jordy, Chris Gallagher Stone"

  • 602 (Gold): Marty Gallagher: "Ein Ziel ohne Plan ist ein Wunsch!"

    · 02:05:00 · Der Kraftsport-Podcast

    Nach 7 Teilen "Strong medicine Series" im vergangenen Jahr (Tipp: Suchfunktion nach "Gallagher" befragen), meldet sich einer DER international angesehensten Fitnessautoritäten auch dieses Jahr mit ... GOLD! Ende Februar 2017 entstand dieses Exklusivinterview, welches Jürgen Reis mit seinem Mentor, 5-fach-Powerlifting-Weltmeister und Bestseller-Autor führen durfte. Die Themen? Warum lohnt es sich evtl. auch für Dich, Deine Ziele für 2017 konkreter, geplanter und ... anspruchsvoller zu definieren? Wie erreichte Marty Gallagher mit seinem periodisierten, mehrwöchig durchgeplanten Strategien Weltrekorderfolge – neben eigenen auch die seines "Weltmeisterkniebeugen-Coachies" Kirk Karwoski? Welches sind die fundamentalen Richtlinien für eine korrekte Makrozyklenplanung und was ist die Voraussetzung, um das "Feuer im Athletenherzen" so richtig anzukurbeln? Was unterscheidet Eliteathleten von "chronischen Möchtegerns" und wie kannst vermutlich auch Du Dich, mit den Glaubenssätzen UND Umsetzungsansätzen der Champions ins nächste Level befördern? Last, but not least: Wie gelingen evtl. auch Dir die "Vierfarbversprechungen" der Fitness-Industrie wie "mehr Muskeln, weniger Körperfettanteil etc." evtl. als fast "uninteressantes, jedoch erfolgreich, nebenbei abgehaktes Detail" ... wenn nur das Primärziel passt? Inkl. einiger Tipps zu Life-Style, Kämpfer-Diät & Co. und ... wo gibt’s Marty Gallagher dieses Jahr sogar mit einer exklusiven, wöchentlichen Kolumne? Alle Antworten und erneut Fakten, Fakten, Fakten ... inkl. Vor- und Abspann mit Proficoach Sebastian Förster und ... Gewinnspiel!

  • 41: Alexis Gallagher - CTO of Topology Eyewear & Swift Subtilties Explorer

    · 01:20:40 · SwiftCoders: Weekly Interviews with Swift Developers

    Links: Alexis Gallagher - Protocols with Associated Types - YouTube

  • Hockeypodden #6

    · Hockeypodden

    Program 06 - 16. (11.august 2016)I sjette utgaven av Hockeypodden har vi satt søkelyset på utviklingen av ishaller i Norge. Generalsekretær Ottar Eide fra ishockeyforbundet forklarer hva som skjer på den fronten. Det skjer mye i 1.divisjon om dagen, og vi har invitert Jim Gallagher for å snakke om hvordan han ser på årets utgave. Gallagher står forøvrig bak bloggen, vel verdt et besøk.Nå vi nå setter sammen innslagene for vi denne menyen:01:50 – Ottar Eide forklarer utviklingen av ishaller i Norge29:11 – Trioen drøfter Eides innslag og ser på overganger i Getligaen46:50 – Jim Gallagher ser på 1.divisjon64:05 – Trøxit og tabelltips foran årets sesong i 1.div.101:45 – SmånyttI studio: Heine Aarum, Lars Oddvar Fjeldvang og programleder Knut Sandersen.NB! Intervjuene med Ottar Eide og Jim Gallagher ble gjennomført 10.august.

  • 035 Patrick Gallagher (Sideways, Night at the Museum) Improv with Ben Stiller and Robin Williams

    · 00:17:40 · Monetizing Your Creativity - Pursuing a career in film, television, writing, theatre, music & design with your talents

    There's a special place in Paradise for Saint Marvin as he patiently tries to get in a word edgewise with co-host Fred and actor/comedian Patrick Gallagher (Sideways, Night at the Museum, Fuller House, a regular at LA's Comedy Store). In this Los Angeles interview, they banter on about:- What it's like to improv with Ben Stiller and Robin Williams - The "Gallagher Method" for creating new languages- Patrick's best advice for securing work (Hint: it involves fake airline tickets!)- The difference between fate and destiny - The difference between "entitlement" and "just desserts"- Marvin's breakpoint as a producerWall-to-wall words. A generous serving of the wit and wisdom of Patrick Gallagher.Enjoy!Subscribe to the free Monetizing Your Creativity podcast: you're there, please leave your comments and suggestions for future episodes. We love your feedback!Or search for Monetizing Your Creativity on Stitcher, Google Play Music, Overcast or your other podcast