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  • 035: Gillian Mandich – Getting Into The Flow | Master Your Morning Routine | Nourish In Nature

    · 01:19:12 · The Ultimate Health Podcast: Wellness, Nutrition, Fitness, & Exercise

    Today we are speaking with holistic health expert, Gillian Mandich. She is currently completing her PhD, specializing in health promotion. Gillian has a passion for sharing her wealth of knowledge with the world through magazines, radio, TV and her popular podcast - The Holistic Health Diary. Her passion and enthusiasm is contagious. In this episode, we discuss: Gillian's passion for health and wellness was sparked by her mom Make sure you are keeping life FUN! Start your day with gratitude The importance of quality sleep The (disgusting) details on tongue scraping Movement should come before meditation Successful people have a solid morning routine "There is yoga for everybody and yoga for every body" Key concepts for managing childhood obesity Gillian winning the Oxygen Magazine Model Search How your diet is like your bank account Spend time with people who make you better and inspire you It's time to stop and appreciate nature Getting into the flow Saying no to someone is saying yes to yourself Links to things we mentioned: Gillian Mandich's website Holistic Health Diary (Gillian's podcast) The Five-Minute Journal 5 Reasons Why Everyone Needs A Tongue Scraper Dr. Tung's Natural Oral Care YogaGlo Julie Piatt Jai Release Meditation Program 032: The Best Health Apps… Ever! (minicast) Headspace app Adrenaline MMA Training & Fitness Center Yoga Tune Up - therapy balls Seane Corn 034: Frank Giglio – ReWild Your Life | Eat Local & Thrive | Deep Nutrition With Fermented Foods Find A Spring Mastin Kipp 033: Rich Roll – Anti-Hack Your Life | Mood Follows Action | Hard Work > Talent Songza How can you support our podcast? 1. Subscribe and review our show on iTunes and Stitcher. We make sure to read them all. 2. Tell a friend about The Ultimate Health Podcast. They will surely thank you later. 3. Share using the buttons below. Thank you! The post 035: Gillian Mandich – Getting Into The Flow | Master Your Morning Routine | Nourish In Nature appeared first on The Ultimate Health Podcast.

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  • 138-Life in a Cupboard

    · Futility Closet

    In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell two stories about people who spent years confined in miserably small spaces. North Carolina slave Harriet Jacobs spent seven years hiding in a narrow space under her grandmother's roof, evading her abusive owner, and Irishman Patrick Fowler spent most of World War I hiding in the cabinet of a sympathetic family in German-occupied France. We'll also subdivide Scotland and puzzle over a ballerina's silent reception. Intro: During a printers' strike in 1923, New York newspapers put out a paper with 10 nameplates. Henry Hudson's journal reports an encounter with a mermaid in 1610. Sources for our feature on Harriet Jacobs and Patrick Fowler: Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, 1861. Jean Fagan Yellin, Harriet Jacobs: A Life, 2004. Jean Fagan Yellin, ed., The Harriet Jacobs Family Papers, 2008. Daneen Wardrop, "'I Stuck the Gimlet in and Waited for Evening': Writing and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," Texas Studies in Literature and Language 49:3 (Fall 2007), 209-229. Christina Accomando, "'The Laws were Laid Down to Me Anew': Harriet Jacobs and the Reframing of Legal Fictions," African American Review 32:2 (Summer 1998), 229-245. Georgia Kreiger, "Playing Dead: Harriet Jacobs's Survival Strategy in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," African American Review 42:3/4 (Fall 2008), 607-621, 795. Anne Bradford Warner, "Harriet Jacobs at Home in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," Southern Quarterly 45.3 (Spring 2008), 30-47. Miranda A. Green-Barteet, "'The Loophole of Retreat': Interstitial Spaces in Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," South Central Review 30:2 (Summer 2013) 53-72. Anna Stewart, "Revising 'Harriet Jacobs' for 1865," American Literature 82:4 (2010), 701-724. John Devine and Chris Glennon, "WWI Film to Tell How Irish Soldier Spent Four Years in Cupboard," Irish Independent, Jan. 6, 2000. Frank Moss, "He Lived in Cupboard for 4 Years: True-Life Adventure," Answers 127:3287 (April 30, 1955). "By the Skin of His Teeth," Top Spot, Nov. 28, 1959. "Left-Hand Door," Time 9:12 (March 21, 1927), 16. Tony Millett, "WW 1 Centenary: The Soldier Who Came Home to Devizes After Four Years in Hiding Behind German Lines," Marlborough News, Aug. 1, 2014. "Cupboard Used by Trooper Patrick Fowler as Refuge During the First World War," Imperial War Museums (accessed Jan. 22, 2017). Listener mail: Wikipedia, "Islay" (accessed Jan. 21, 2017). Stand Still, Stay Silent, "The Nordic Languages," Oct. 13, 2014. Stand Still, Stay Silent, "Old World Language Families," Oct. 14, 2014. Reuters has two photos from the 1999 molasses flood in Delft, the Netherlands. Listener Vadas Gintautas' bluegrass band: This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Sid Collins, who sent two corroborating links (warning -- these spoil the puzzle). You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on iTunes or Google Play Music or via the RSS feed at http://feedpress.me/futilitycloset. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- on our Patreon page you can pledge any amount per episode, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

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  • 332 – Christiane Jacobs – Über Stasi-Verhöre, Öko-Spiele und Führungskräfte-Coaching

    · 00:13:00 · TomsTalkTime - DER Erfolgspodcast mit Tom Kaules

    Christiane Jacobs ist eine engagierte Unternehmerin aus dem Osten Deutschlands / DDR. Sie hat die Hälfte Ihres Lebens in einer Gesellschaft gelebt, in der Sie sich nicht weiter entwickeln durfte. Als sie 16 Jahre alt war, wurde ihr Freundeskreis verhaftet, es folgten Hausdurchsuchungen und Verhöre. Doch schrecklich war für sie mit diesen Erfahrungen noch 16 Jahre in diesem System weiterleben zu müssen. Alle Bemühungen um ein Studium, einen interessanten Arbeitsplatz wurden immer wieder zunichte gemacht. Sie engagierte sich aktiv im Umweltbereich und stand damit erneut auf der schwarzen Liste der Staatsicherheit. Sie hatte keine Perspektiven. Doch Ihre Träume, von einem besseren Leben hat sie nie aufgegeben. Für Sie war der Mauerfall das größte Glück. Jetzt konnte Sie endlich Perspektiven entwickeln und sich ausprobieren. Sie leitete drei Jahre die Umweltorganisation Grüne Liga in Erfurt, veranstalte die Großveranstaltung „ ÖKO-Spiele“ mit 12.000 Besuchern und organisierte zehn Jahre ökologische Filmtage in Thüringen. Doch sie wollte mehr. Sie begann mit 35 Jahren als Mutter zweier Kinder zu studieren, absolvierte gleichzeitig eine sehr intensive Coaching und Trainer Ausbildung. Und sie sagt immer: „ Ich musste 15 Jahre auf Bildung warten. Das war das Schlimmste für mich. Ich lerne doch so gern!“ Diese Neugierde und ihr Wissendurst begleiten sie bis heute. Ihr Ziel ist es, noch viel mehr Menschen zu erreichen und sie zu ermutigen sich Ihr Leben zu nehmen. Jeder kann, auch wenn die äußeren Umstände noch so schwierig sind, etwas mehr aus seinem Leben machen. Ihre erste Gründung nannte sie: „Tu’s doch!“ und das ist bis heute ihre Motivation. Sie ermutigt, begleitet und inspiriert ihre Kunden. Egal ob sie als Coach Führungskräfte bei ihrer beruflichen Entwicklung berät, oder Menschen beim selbstgesteuerten Lernen im Open Space mit zahlreichen Teilnehmern begleitet, sie liebt es ihre Kunden zu begeistern und weiter zu bringen.    Erfolgszitat " Nimm dir dein Leben"   Größter Fehler Ich habe Anfang der 90iger Jahre die Chance gehabt eine große dreitägige Umweltveranstaltung zu entwickeln, zu organisieren und umzusetzen. Die Öko-Spiele! Es war ein Stadtfest und es kamen 12 000 Besucher. Ich habe mit meinem Team von 12 Mitarbeitern ein Jahr dafür gearbeitet. Und             es war einfach toll und sehr erfolgreich. Man sprach noch Jahre danach von dieser ausgewöhnlichen Veranstaltung. Doch für uns war nach drei Tagen alles vorbei! Ich hatte nicht an die Zeit danach gedacht. Es war wie ein Feuerwerk, einfach zu Ende. Heute ist es mir wichtig, z.B. bei der           Vorbereitung eines Open Space die  Nachbereitung zu bedenken. Das heißt, es ist immens wichtig, über die Ziellinie hinaus zu denken und zu planen, um langfristig erfolgreich zu bleiben.   Der Aha Moment Ich habe mir vor ein drei Jahren eine Auszeit von einem Vierteljahr in Kalifornien genommen. Dort habe ich bei einer Freundin im ländlichen Raum gelebt und sie hat mich zu der jährlichen ‚fast geheim‘ organisierten Varieté Show der Menschen aus der Umgebung mitgenommen. Dort habe ich erlebt, wie z.B. die Postfrau Banjo spielte und ein Weinbauer dazu sang. Doch was mich besonders begeisterte, war die 73 jährige Dame, die sich an langen weißen Tüchern von der Decke abseilte und darin turnte. Am Ende spielte sie dort oben auch noch Geige. Ich war so gerührt. Das war für mich der amerikanische Traum – vom unbändigen „ Yes, we can“ Mein AHA Moment:  Tu‘ was du kannst und zeige es allen, egal wie oder ob es perfekt ist.          Erfolg kommt 100% vom eigenen Handeln. Lebe deine Talente und Fähigkeiten. Und: selbst das Alter ist kein Hinderungsgrund.   Aktuelles Business Ich bin so begeistert, dass ich alles selbst entscheiden und tun kann. Ich liebe es, Neues zu lernen und selbstbestimmt – frei -  handeln zu können. Freiheit  ist für mich das Glück! Ich musste so lange darauf warten und es hat für mich einen so hohen Stellenwert. Zurzeit lerne ich alles über die Anwendungsmöglichkeiten der neuen Medien! Das ist für mich, als wenn die ‚Mauer nochmal einmal fällt!‘  Und ich kann dadurch Menschen im ganzen deutschsprachigen Raum begleiten und unterstützen.   Nützliches Business Tool/Internetservice Dragon – eine Spracherkennungssoftware   Buchempfehlung Ich fange noch mal an; Susanne Kubelka: Geschichten von Menschen in der Mitte ihres Lebens, die trotz Niederlagen niemals aufgegeben haben und jetzt endlich erfolgreich sind, mit dem was sie tun Hol es Dir hier als kostenloses Hörbuch   Kontaktdaten Interviewpartner Jacobs-Consulting Christiane Jacobs Coaching | Karriere Coaching | Open Space Goethestraße 73 D-99096 Erfurt Telefon: +49 (0) 361 – 34 65 915 E-Mail:  c@jacobs-consulting.de Positioniere Dich mit DEINEM eigenen Podcast als Experte in Deiner Branche und verdiene damit Deinen Lebensunterhalt und noch viel mehr! Hier geht´s zum „Podcast Mastery Boot Camp“ von Tom Kaules http://podcastakademie.com/

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  • 332: AJ Jacobs | Life as an Experiment

    · The Art of Charm | Confidence | Relationship & Dat

    Experiment with your own life. "I wouldn't say fail faster, I'd say fail more. For every ten failures you're going to get one success."-AJ Jacobs The Cheat Sheet: Digital reminders: how to use them to become happier. (10:00) How to use the Song of Solomon to get a date. (14:40) Radical honesty: can it be effective in dating and relationships? (19:30) Cafeteria Religion defined. (24:45) The Odysseus Strategy:what it is and how to use it to make yourself happier. (27:35) Posture affects your testosterone levels: true or false? (44:40) And so much more... If you lived your life as an experiment and you became a human guinea pig what would that be like? What would you try out and what do you think you could learn? Our guest for episode 332 has done this several times and discovered so much through each experiment. AJ Jacobs is a four-time New York Times best-selling author who has used his life as an experiment on several occasions, and then written about it to share with all of us. For example, he once spent a year living life according to the rules of the Bible! He has also tried to become the healthiest person alive, the smartest person alive and many other adventures. AJ is here to talk about those experiment adventures and so much more on the 332nd episode of The Art of Charm. More About This Show: AJ Jacobs has experienced many things in his life, most of which we never will. He once stoned an adulterer in Central Park; he's read the encyclopedia from A to Z and he followed George Washington's 101 rules for living with civility. Instead of following in his footsteps, we can live vicariously through him by reading his books and listening to today's episode. Aside from stoning an adulterer (it was not as violent as it sounds), AJ gained a lot from his year of living biblically. One of the most profound lessons he learned was the lesson of gratitude. One of the Bible's rules is to give thanks and he found himself giving thanks hundreds of times a day. He'd be thankful the elevator took him to the proper floor and that it didn't fall to the basement. Finding things to give thanks for made him a happier person overall. We also talk about how to use the Song of Solomon from the Bible to get dates! After his year of living according to the Bible, he joined the ranks of most of us in treating religion like a cafeteria. He took the rules that made him happiest and followed those. AJ says we all do this to some degree; we pick and choose which rules to live by and which don't serve us, even the most conservative among us does this. On that same note of picking and choosing, AJ talks about our information diet and how to more carefully watch what we are consuming every day. His general rule of thumb is if something doesn't make him happier, he limits or removes it from his information diet. AJ gives us a personal example: he has a tendency to read about rare diseases or disorders on the Internet and he's found doing so leads him down a dark hole, so he has stopped doing this. We can follow suit and stop reading negative things on the Internet, listening to negative news or reading Internet comments on our sites if people are trashing us. Though we discuss plenty more, including what George Washington and George Clooney have to teach us about success, one final topic we'll mention here is that of embracing failure. He has studied some of the greatest achievers in history and he's noted this about their success: they had to fail A LOT in order to have the successes they did. He gives us a few specific examples including Picasso and E.E. Cummings. AJ gives us other insights on his discoveries through treating his life like an experiment, tune in to find out the rest! It was a pleasure to have AJ on the show, I want to thank him for joining us and to thank you for being here too. Enjoy the episode and we'll see you next time. THANKS AJ! If you enjoyed this session of The Art of Charm Podcast, let AJ know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out on Twitter: Click here to thank AJ on Twitter! Resources from this episode: AJ Jacobs' web siteThe Year of Living Biblically, AJ Jacobs' latest book AJ Jacobs' other books AJ Jacobs on TwitterGlobal Family Reunion, AJ's latest experiment Try Squarespace (free) and support our supporters! Wanna leave a comment? Too bad! Email me instead (we read everything)! You'll also like: -The Art of Charm Toolbox -Best of The Art of Charm Podcast HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dug this episode, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from all the fluff out there. FEEDBACK + PROMOTION Hit us up with your comments and guest suggestions. We read EVERYTHING. Download the FREE AoC app for iPhone Email jordanh@theartofcharm.com Give us a call at 888.413.7177 Stay Charming!

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  • Poet Gillian Clarke - Ice

    · Bookclub

    The National Poet of Wales Gillian Clarke discusses her collection Ice which was shortlisted for last year's TS Eliot prize. Inspired by the snowy winters of 2009 and 2010, the poems in Ice move through the seasons : from Gillian's experience of being snowed in to the sound of an icicle as it begins to melt. From the bluebells of Spring (inspired by a Renoir painting at the National Museum of Art in Cardiff) through to a hot summer's day and on to the harvest moons of autumn to New Year's Eve. They also include Gillian's earliest childhood memories, such as the opening poem Polar, which recalls the toddler Gillian lying on a polar bear rug which her father bought in a junk shop; and memories of a more collective nature - mining disasters and ancient British mythology. The land, language, history and myths of Wales are all present in these poems. Gillian says a love of language and an inherent ability to articulate is something the Welsh are brought up with, learnt from the early days of attending Chapel; and she says that being National Poet of Wales is no different than getting up at a family occasion and giving a verse or two, a tradition which lies at the heart of her culture. James Naughtie presents and a group of readers ask the questions. Recorded at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea. June's Bookclub choice : Quarantine by Jim Crace. Producer : Dymphna Flynn.

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  • 92. Gillian Jacobs

    · 01:01:32 · Off Camera with Sam Jones

    It took a minute or 92 for people who watched Gillian Jacobs' stunning performance in Don't Think Twice to connect her with Community's Britta Perry. That she could inhabit such different roles so believably without ever having trained in comedy or improv is a tribute to her talent. Whether it's a tribute to Julliard is up for debate. A quirky, independent kid jettisoned by friends who saw her as a drag on their popularity, Jacobs threw herself into theater; later, Julliard almost threw her back out. It took her awhile to realize control can't fix an alcoholic parent or a conventional performance. But eventually, the kid who comes home with gum in her hair may also come home with a stronger sense of self. We talk to Jacobs about scaring herself silly, hanging out at celeb hot spots like the La Brea Tar Pits and playing the sex and drug addicted wrecking ball Mickey on Netflixs Love. Which we love.

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  • 549: Leanne Jacobs, Author of "Beautiful Money"

    · So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

    How would you describe your money, or your relationship, with money in one word? Some of us might use the word “complicated." Others might say their relationship is “automatic”, which is definitely true in my life. Leanne Jacobs wants us all to have a beautiful relationship with money. So, what does that mean?Leanne Jacobs is a dear friend and a friend of the show. She was actually on episode 16 (one of our first shows in 2015 when we launched). She is a holistic wealth expert. Leanne’s out with a new book now entitled Beautiful Money: The Four Week Total Wealth Makeover. The promise of the book is this: “Connect and align your inner self with clear and specific external actions and you can achieve true wealth.”Her book is based on her popular Beautiful Money Course, and she also has the Beautiful Money Podcast, where I was a guest on the show. I have to admit, when I first heard the concept of“beautiful money”, I thought it was a little abstract. And I thought it was going to get a little too woowoo for my taste because, you know, I’m pretty rational and pragmatic. I like action driven steps and so I was happy to hear that it really delivers just that.Leanne doesn’t tell you to light candles and do sciences and repeat money mantras in your head. Instead, she really talks about how we can be accountable to ourselves, the shifts and changes that we need to make to really align our values with our money and achieve thus, beautiful money. I urge you, if you want to learn more about Leanne, go back to episode 16 where she talked about her own volatile journey with money and work and the vicious cycle that a lot of us get in to chasing the money, right?For more information visit www.somoneypodcast.com.

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  • Strategic? Golovkin vs. Jacobs, Jacobs a NO-SHOW for IBF Same Day Weigh-In

    · Tha Boxing Voice

    We are mere hours away from the middleweight showdown of Gennady "GGG" Golovkin vs. Daniel "The Miracle Man" Jacobs, but the breaking news doesn't stop.  Jacobs failed to come to the IBF second day weigh-in according to a press release sent out. As per the IBF rules you have to come in at most 10lbs. higher than the contracted weight. GGG was 169.7 and Jacobs' weight is unknown.  As a result the IBF will not be available to Jacobs if he wins tonight. Will this have any effect on the fight tonight? Nestor “Nes” Gibbs, BoxingMD, and Matthew “The Editor” will talk about today’s event with the TBV family. Join us and, of course, we will be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. From Alumni to first-time callers, we encourage everyone to call 1-425-569-5241 to voice your opinion.  Be sure to subscribe to us on https://www.patreon.com/Thaboxingvoice https://www.youtube.com/Thaboxingvoice and http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxin... to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay updated by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice Please consider leaving a review of the podcast on iTunes helps tremendously to raise the visibility of the podcast https://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.cg

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  • Golovkin vs. Jacobs Update: Jacobs Hire's Super Team Virgil Hunter Chris Algieri

    · Tha Boxing Voice

    Welcome back fight fans, it's only just been a few days since our last episode but already so much has happened. From news to rumors to breaking headlines. Today's topic's of discussion are Daniel Jacobs showing the world how serious he is taking this fight against Gennady "GGG" Golovkin. Jacobs has hired the services of Virgil Hunter trainer of Andre Ward and will be holding camp in the gym of Andre Ward. Chris Algieri was also added to the team as a nutritionist and cook for Jacobs as well as longtime mentor and trainer of Jacobs Gary Stark Sr. Headlines: Manny Pacquiao vs. Ricky Burns? Terence Crawford Fires Back About Ducking Pacquiao Juan Manuel Marquez Still wants a shot at Cotto? Freddie, to train Chavez Jr., for Canelo Fight? Nestor Gibbs and Boxing MD Enrique "The Casual Fan" Steven, "The Producer" even Matthew "The Editor" will discuss this breaking news topic with the TBV family. Join us and, of course, we will be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. From Alumni to first-time callers, we encourage everyone to call 1-425-569-5241 to voice your opinion. Be sure to subscribe to us on https://www.patreon.com/Thaboxingvoice https://www.youtube.com/Thaboxingvoice and http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thaboxingvoiceradio to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay updated by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice Please consider leaving a review of the podcast on iTunes helps tremendously to raise the visibility of the podcast https://itun.es/us/oY7JJ.cg 

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  • Gillian und Rons magische Zaubershow – S04F07

    · 01:07:44 · Puerto Patida

    Gillian war eben noch in der Schule und plötzlich erklärt nicht mehr ihr Mathelehrer, sondern der allseits beliebte Lehrer Toby die Welt. Der Kostümverleiher Nico hilft Gillian, sich auf der Insel zurechtzufinden. Sie trifft dabei auf Ron, der eine neue Zaubershow auf die Beine stellen möchte. Wird Gillian es schaffen, alle Wünsche von Ron zu erfüllen und wird sie am Ende den tückischen Wipfelpfad überstehen?

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  • TIP 031 : My Interview with Warren Buffett and other Billionaires - with Gillian Zoe Segal (Investing Podcast)

    · 01:03:00 · We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

    In this interview, author Gillian Zoe Segal, talks about her interviews with Warren Buffett and many other Billionaires.  In Gillian's new book, Getting There, she interviews 30 people that have become enormous sucesses.  Stig and Preston ask Gillian how she got the interviews and the best pieces of advice she was provided by her subjects.

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  • Gillian McMillan | Gillian McMillan Pottery | Episode 37

    · 00:58:20 · The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

    Gillian Mcmillan grew up in rural England, attended teacher training college in London, taught there for some years and then emigrated to Canada. After a year's teaching in Montreal she headed west, to Vancouver. She married Alan, an archeologist, they bought the 1914 house where they still live in Port Moody and had two sons. Meanwhile Gillian was taking pottery classes, teaching pottery and selling her work at craft fairs. At age 48, she was accepted at Emily Carr College of Art & Design and earned her BFA in Ceramics. Now, twenty years after graduating she has become known for the colourful jugbirds she sells at galleries on Granville Island and at Vancouver Airport.

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  • Gillian Mears: Foal's Bread and Living Life

    · Sydney Writers' Festival

    Gillian Mears has been an award-winning writer since her first collection of stories, Ride a Cock Horse, was published in 1988 by Bruce Pascoe. After years of physical pain due to an illness, Gillian made a triumphant return to the literary world in 2011 with the publication of Foal's Bread - her first novel in 16 years, which went on to win the 2012 Prime Minister's Literary Award for Fiction and numerous other awards. For the first time since Foal's Bread was published, Gillian spoke to our Festival audience about her beautiful novel, her writing and her love of horses - while reuniting with her first publisher, Bruce Pascoe. Recorded Sunday 26 May 2013. Thank you to The University of Sydney for this podcast.

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  • Nicaragua Episode 3 LF

    · Survivor Fans Podcast

      The third episode of Survivor Nicaragua certified NaOnka's role as this season's top villain, but as always we get to hear different perspectives on this when you get the chance to add your voice to the show. Most found her actions and words distasteful but a few found something to like about her approach to the game that casts her actions in a different light. Many were disappointed that Marty succeeded in getting rid of Jimmy Johnson, but most enjoyed Jimmy's time on the show. We've got all that and more including a special message from Gillian Larson about her new project, Reality Rally, along with her take on this season's cast. For each episode, we provide 3 podcasts: an episode recap, an interview with the castoff and a chance for Survivor fans like yourself to sound off on what you saw and how you think the castaways are fairing in the game. Twenty six shared their thoughts on episode 3 and predictions for what we'll see next. We want to thank and acknowledge everyone who contributed to another great Listener Feedback show. This week we heard from: Tammy, IanK, Lianne, Mikeybear, Colin, Jason, Samantha, Trey, Eric, DrewT, Jennifer, Rashmi, LukeS, Tanwen, Shelley, Luke, Jen, Becca, Jeremiah, Carolyn, Sandi, Lil' Russ, Griffin, Paul, Shane and Gillian Larson from Survivor Gabon. We've got several ways you can reach us. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-1547. You can record an audio comment and attach it or just type up a quick text message and send it to us via email at joannandstacyshow@gmail.com. Lastly, there's a link for comments on the web page here. You can click that link and post your thoughts out there for everyone to see. 00:00 Date 00:04 On the Grill by MadSumo 00:35 Introductions 02:20 Tammy from Grand Rapids, MI 05:39 Ian K from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada 07:57 Lianne from Ottawa 10:32 MikeyBear from Hackensack, NJ 13:21 Colin from Nova Scotia, Canada 14:11 Jason from Orlando 17:10 Samantha from California 19:39 Trey from ? 20:57 Eric from Taiwan 23:12 Drew G from Utah 25:52 Jennifer from Virginia 27:00 Rashmi from Perth, AU 29:18 LukeS from Utah 31:02 Tanwen from Middle Earth 32:19 Shelley from Australia 33:57 Luke from Columbia, Missouri 36:00 Jen from California 39:24 Becca from England 43:53 Carolyn from the Beautiful Bronx 46:57 Sandi from Atlanta, GA 49:23 Lil' Russ from Ohio 51:09 Griffen from Vancouver 53:54 Paul from Louisiana 56:32 Shane from Melbourne, Australia 57:53 Gillian Larson for Reality Rally 67:28 Gillian's take on Survivor Nicaragua 70:20 Wrap Up 73:04 On the Grill by MadSumo Links for Today's Show Paul's Visual Roster for Nicaragua Survivor Fans Podcast Fans group on Facebook JSFL Jeff Probst on Episode 3 at EW.com Dalton Ross on Episode 3 at EW.com More Extra Clips Transcripts The HII Clue is a Rebus Contact Info: Voicemail: 206-350-1547 Email: joannandstacyshow@gmail.com Survivor Fans Podcast P.O. Box 2811 Orangevale, CA 95662 Enjoy, Jo Ann and Stacy  

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  • Gillian Slovo

    · Bookclub

    James Naughtie and readers talk to Gillian Slovo about her novel Red Dust, a courtroom drama set in post-apartheid South Africa. Gillian is the daughter of Joe Slovo, one of the founding members of the African National Congress, and Ruth First, an anti-apartheid campaigner murdered by security forces in the early 1980s. The novel draws heavily on Gillian's own experience of coming face to face with her mother's killer during the Truth and Reconciliation hearings of the new South Africa.

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  • Telemann à Hambourg en 1730 (5/5)

    · 00:28:30 · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:30 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) CD 610799 _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2a (1724) Oratorio "Freuet euch des Herrn, ihr Gerechten" I. Choeur Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2a (1724) Oratorio "Freuet euch des Herrn, ihr Gerechten" III. Aria "Wie wunderbar sind deine Werke" Magdalena Podkoscielna, soprano, Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Kapitänsmusik_ TWV 15:2b (1724) Sérénade "Geliebter Aufenthalt" Aria "Ihr saumenden Wellen" Matthias Vieweg, baryton, Telemannisches Collegium Michaelstein, direction Ludger Rémy CPO 777 176\-2 ♫ **Johann Mattheson** (1681\-1764) _Magnificat a due cori_ (1716) Choeur "Meine Seele erhebet den Herren" Kolner Akademie Orchester Damals und Heute, direction Michael Alexander Willens CPO 777 274\-2 ♫ **Johann Mattheson** (1681\-1764) _Die heylsame Geburt_(1716) Trio "Dir Gott und Mensch sei ewig Ehr' und Ruhm" Ursula Eittinger, alto, Andreas Post, tenor, Stephen McLeod, basse Kolner Akademie Orchester Damals und Heute, direction Michael Alexander Willens CPO 777 274\-2 ♫ **Reinhard Keiser** (1674\-1739) _Der geliebte Adonis_ (1697) Ein Mägdlein und ein Orgelwerk Jan Kobow, ténor, Ensemble United Continuo Pan Classics PC 10237 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) I. Abendmahl. Sinfonia Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Brockes\-Passion TWV 5:1 (1716) 16\. Jésus "Mein Vater !" Johannes Weisser, baryton, Jésus, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) 72\. "Verwegner Dorn, barbarsche Spitzen !" Daniel Behle, ténor, l'Evangéliste, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) Brockes\-Passion TWV 5:1 (1716) 106\. Trio Drei glaubige Seelen (3 âmes croyantes) "Oddonerwort" (O tonnerre) Birgitte Christensen et Lydia Teuscher, sopranos, Marie\-Claude Chappuis, mezzo\-soprano, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Sonate en trio en sol mineur_ TWV 42 (1740) I. Mesto Ensemble Amarillis, Héloïse Gaillard, hautbois et direction Ambroisie AM 112 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Sonate en trio en sol mineur_ TWV 42 (1740) I. Mesto Ensemble Amarillis, Héloïse Gaillard, hautbois et direction Ambroisie AM 112 ♫ **Georg Philip Telemann** (1681\-1767) _Brockes\-Passion_ TWV 5:1 (1716) 117\. Choeur "Ich bin ein Glied an deinem Leib" RIAS Kammerchor, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, direction René Jacobs Harmonia Mundi HMU 902013.14 ## Bibliographie **Georg Philipp Telemann**, _Autobiographies_ (Symétrie 2013) **Gilles Cantagrel**, _Georg Philip Telemann_ (Papillon 2003) **Laure Gauthier,** _L’Opéra à Hambourg_ (1648\-1728) (Pups 2009) **Romain Rolland**, _Voyage musical au pays du passé_ (1919) ## Lien [The German Spy: Or Familiar Letters From A Gentleman On His Travels Through Germany, To His Friend In England (1740)](https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_xE4HAAAAQAAJ) - réalisé par : Béatrice Trichet

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  • 502: Bert Jacobs | Life is Good

    · The Art of Charm | Confidence | Relationship & Dat

    Bert Jacobs (@Lifeisgood) is co-founder and CEO (Chief Executive Optimist) of The Life is Good Company, which spreads the power of optimism through inspiring art, a passionate community, and groundbreaking nonprofit work. He's also the co-author of the recently published Life is Good: The Book. The Cheat Sheet: Why is optimism so important? How did Bert Jacobs and his brother John turn a t-shirt company that operated from a van into a multi-million dollar business celebrating optimism? Gratitude is just one "superpower" unlocked by practicing optimism -- we talk about nine more. Learn how these superpowers allow you to overcome obstacles and embrace opportunities. Less is more: why do simple things often resonate more than the complex? And so much more... Show notes at http://theartofcharm.com/podcast-episodes/bert-jacobs-life-good-episode-502/ HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dig the show, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from the crowd and help people find the credible advice they need. Review the show in iTunes! We rely on it! http://www.theartofcharm.com/mobilereview Stay Charming!

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  • Ep136 - A.J. Jacobs

    · The Bryan Callen Show

    AJ Jacobs likes to experiment on himself and once he sets himself a challenge will do whatever it takes to meet it. He spent eight hours a day reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica. He spent a year trying to be the healthiest man alive. And, most amazingly, he spent an entire year trying to fulfill every commandment of the bible. That’s not just the basic ten…he followed the rules about not sitting on a chair used by a menstruating woman, he stoned adulterers (in a way that he couldn’t get arrested for) and he found out the real secret behind Ezekiel bread. In this interview, we talk about the many books that have come out of his self-experiments and what they have taught him. We also talk about his latest project to construct a family tree for the entire human family. So far, the largest family tree is 77 million people. AJ’s on it and you can be too by visiting globalfamilyreunion.com. He’s even hosting a reunion for the entire human family. You’re invited. So is his 17th cousin Gwyneth Paltrow and his 18th cousin Olivia Wilde. You’re his cousin too. AJ Jacobs is the author of The Year of Living Biblically, Know-it-All, My Life as an Experiment and Drop Dead Healthy. Visit him on the web at http://ajjacobs.com/, follow him on twitter @ajjacobs or like him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ajjacobs. It’s the least you can do. He is your cousin after all. Books Year Living Biblically J Jacobs The Know It All Humble Become Smartest My Life as Experiment Jacobs Drop Dead Healthy Humble Perfection

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  • #112 AJ Jacobs on His Life as an Experiment

    · 00:48:36 · Bulletproof Radio

    Bestselling author and renowned NYC journalist, AJ Jacobs is a living, breathing experiment. On this episode of Bulletproof Radio, AJ reveals his methods behind hacking into (what he calls) the three domains of self-improvement. Jacobs talks about his quest to become the smartest person, what happened when he lived (quite literally) according to the Bible, and his humble quest for bodily perfection. Also catch tips on how to act your way into a new way of thinking. Enjoy!  A.J. Jacobs is an author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, humor and a dash of self-help. He is also editor at large at Esquire magazine, a commentator on NPR and a columnist for Mental Floss magazine. His first book is called The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World (Simon & Schuster, 2004). The memoir — which spent two months on the New York Times bestseller list — chronicles the 18 months Jacobs spent reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica in a quest to learn everything in the world. It was praised by Time magazine, Newsweek, Vanity Fair, USA Today, Janet Maslin in the New York Times and AJ’s uncle Henry on Amazon.com. Follow him on Twitter @ajjacobs!

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  • Eat, Rant, Love (with Gillian Jacobs)

    · Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

    Princess Di's ghost, WH hackers, and diving deep into Matt's favorite topic: food. Specifically, foods he hates. Specifically, mac n cheese. Yeah. He goes there. Plus, the incredibly funny Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love) joins us for an interview and a game of Which Is Worst?

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