• Fitness and Technique in Triathlon Swimming with Rory Buck | EP#70

    · 00:48:47 · That Triathlon Show

    How do you structure your swim training as a triathlete to improve your fitness, technique, and performance? Rory Buck, retired international level swimmer and experienced triathlon swim coach gives his recipe for triathlon swim training. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: How many times per week should you swim? How much should you focus on technique training and how much on fitness? What kind of sets should you use to improve fitness? How do you structure the technique part of your workouts and don't waste your time with mindless drill training? LISTENER QUESTIONS: If you have questions that you want me to answer on the show or off the show (in an email), send me your question via email or Twitter (contact information below). SHOWNOTES:  LINKS AND RESOURCES: The Fundamentals of Triathlon Swimming SwimFast - Rory's website Emmet Hines' blog 3 foundational elements that will make you swim faster with Gerry Rodrigues | EP#3 Training Zones part 1: Swimming | EP#27 Open water swimming: training and racing tips with coach Brenton Ford | EP#18 RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing:  Send feedback, questions or just wanna chat? CONTACT me at or connect on Twitter - my handle is @SciTriat.

  • More Marketing Time: How to Procrastinate Your Way to Success

    · 00:43:28 · Social Media Marketing Podcast helps your business thrive with social media

    Do you spend too much time on insignificant tasks?Want to have more time to do what you do best?To learn how to multiply your time as a marketer by procrastinating, I interview Rory Vaden.More About This ShowThe Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.In this episode I interview Rory Vaden, the co-founder of Southwestern Consulting, an organization designed to empower sales pros. He's the author of Take the Stairs. His newest book is Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time.In this episode Rory will explore how busy marketers and business owners can get ahead by procrastinating.You'll discover how the principles of time management have changed over the years, as well as why and how to embrace the focus funnel.Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below.Listen NowYou can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. How to subscribe/review on iPhone.Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show:More Marketing TimeRory's backstoryRaised by a single mother who sold Mary Kay cosmetics, Rory grew up around women who taught him the principles of success. Rory says it also means he knows more about makeup than cars.During college at the University of Denver, Rory was recruited to work in a program called Southwestern Advantage, where he sold educational children's reference books door-to-door and eventually managed salespeople. He says that's where he developed a passion for sales.In 2006, Rory and three others started Southwestern Consulting, with the mission to help salespeople achieve their goals in life. They now have 115 team members and are working with more than 1,000 people.Rory's first book, Take the Stairs, is all about the psychology of overcoming procrastination, improving self-discipline and getting yourself to do things you know you should do that you don't feel like doing. It answers the question, "How do the most disciplined people in the world get themselves to be disciplined?"Rory's second book, Procrastinating on Purpose, addresses the question, "How do the most successful people today think about time and do they believe the same clichés we often hear about time management?" Rory says a lot of them don't.Listen to the show to discover what launched Rory's speaking career.Why people struggle with time managementRory says there is no such thing as time management, only self management.In the world we live in today, time management isn't just logical, it's emotional. Our feelings of guilt, fear, worry and anxiety, as well as our desire for success and our need to feel valued dictate how we spend our time—as much as our inbox, our to-do list and our calendar do. There's also a new type of thinker that has emerged: the multiplier.Rory shares the history of time management.Era one time-management thinking is one-dimensional. It was developed in the 1950s and 1960s, and was all about efficiency. All things being equal, doing things faster is better. However, there is a point of diminishing returns with efficiency.Era two time-management thinking is two-dimensional. This was ushered in by Dr. Stephen Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, in the late 80s. Dr. Covey gave us the time-management matrix. The Y axis was importance (how much something matters) and the X axis was urgency (how soon it matters), so it was a way to score tasks and prioritize based on their score. While prioritizing is a relevant skill today, there is a massive limitation—nothing about prioritizing creates more time.Rory believes you cannot solve today's time-management problems with yesterday's time-management solutions.People who are multipliers, Rory says,

  • Rory McKernan: CrossFit Games Update Show Host PH65

    · 01:28:58 · Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher "When you and I were doing the Update Show for example [in 2011], was a year after I had testicular cancer, a major surgery, and a child. And that's just my personal life. But the CrossFit growth was going so fast. At that point it was myself, Tony Budding and then we added maybe three more full-time people. Like Heber [Cannon] had moved here by then for video stuff, Leif Edmundson was running publishing, and Tyson Oldroyd was in the house, but that was still a small amount of people for the magnitude of what we were doing. So we were consistently seven days a week for 14 hour days. And it was all a labor of love." – Rory McKernan on the evolution of CrossFit Media Rory McKernan is a well-known face of the Reebok CrossFit Games as the host of the Update Show as well as one-half of the infamous Ro vs. Boz CrossFit Games Open rivalry. We sat down to discuss his background and how he discovered CrossFit, how he became involved with CrossFit Headquarters as a member of the seminar staff and media department, and how CrossFit Media has evolved from its early videos to producing live coverage and top-rated documentaries of the Games each year. In this episode we discuss: Rory's childhood, growing up in Texas surrounded by football and playing many sports Rory’s college experience at University of Southern California studying political science His post college life skiing and fishing working in Wyoming, Alaska, and Europe How Rory found CrossFit through his passion for training and working at a gym How Rory found himself working for CrossFit Media Rory’s passion for CrossFit training and his experience teaching on the Level 1 Seminar Staff How his roles with CrossFit have evolved The Ro versus Boz rivalry; what it represents and how it has grown What it's like to work at CrossFit Media Rory’s battle with testicular cancer and a congenital lung condition Rory’s perspective on life balance and how it has evolved throughout his career His day-to-day routine and his family Potential future directions for CrossFit Media Rory’s advice for newcomers to CrossFit His thoughts on the 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin Three things Rory does on a regular basis that have the biggest positive impact on his health One thing he struggles to implement that could have a big impact on Rory’s health What a healthy life looks like to him You can follow Rory on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Links Reebok CrossFit Games Rory’s CrossFit Page Ro vs Boz Passion Planner Confessions of an Idiot Ro vs. Boz: O Course at the 2017 CrossFit Games Related Episodes Ep 27 - Adrian Bozman on Teaching CrossFit, Judging at the CrossFit Games, and Garage Gym Training Ep 21 - Pat Sherwood on CrossFit, the Games and Quality of Life and Longevity Ep 15 - Lewis Howes on Chasing Greatness Ep 58 - Nicole Carroll on the Early Days and Preserving the Culture of CrossFit Ep 54 - Neal Maddox: From Football to Forty If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating. I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below and on social media using the hashtag #PursuingHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every other Tuesday. This episode is brought to you by MobilityWOD. Do you struggle to get into good positions in your training and workouts? Are your movement compensations causing you undue pain and grief?  M|WOD’s belief is that every human being should be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves and they’ve been the go-to resource the world’s best athletes and teams for nearly 10 years. Visit https://www.mobilitywod.

  • 20VC: Why Market Is More Important Than Team, The 4 Key Roles of A Board Member & Why Founders Get Market Sizing So Wrong with Rory O'Driscoll, Founding Partner @ Scale Venture Partners

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Rory O’Driscoll is a founding member and Partner at Scale Venture Partners. An active investor for the past 20 years, Rory is focused on early-in-revenue software companies benefiting from the move to Software as a Service and the wider transition of enterprise computing to the cloud. Rory currently sits on the boards of Axcient,, Box, Chef Software, DataSift, DocuSign, DroneDeploy, Forter, Katch, OneLogin, Pantheon, WalkMe and Wrike.  Prior investments include ExactTarget (ET; Acq: SFDC), Omniture (OMTR; Acq: ADBE), ScanSafe (Acq: Cisco), Frontbridge (Acq: MSFT), Placeware (Acq: MSFT) among others. Rory has been recognized by the Forbes Midas List and AlwaysOn Power Players in Venture Capital for his investments.   In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Rory made his way into the world of venture and came to be a Partner @ Scale. 2.) How does Rory address market size? Does he utilise the bottom up or top dpwn approach? What is his strategy? 3.) Why are markets more important to Rory than management? What do each element have a different role in achieving? 4.) How does Rory look to navigate board conflict? When conflict does arise, how does Rory look to resolve a CEO who does not listen? 5.) What are the 4 fundamental roles of a board member? Why is competence underrated? What should founders and CEOs look for in prospective board members? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: Rory's Fave Blog: Term Sheet Rory's Fave Book: SuperForecasting: The Art & Science of Prediction Rory's Most Recent Investment: DroneDeploy As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Rory on Twitter here! Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC. So many problems start with your head: stress, depression, anxiety, fear of the future. What if there was some kind of exercise you could do, that would help you get your head in shape. That’s where the Headspace app comes in. Headspace is meditation made simple. The Headspace app provides guided meditations you can use whenever you want, wherever you want, on your phone, computer or tablet. They have sessions focused on everything from dealing with stress and depression, to helping you eat more mindfully. So download the Headspace app and start your journey towards a happier, healthier life. Learn more at That’s Xero is beautiful, easy-to- use online accounting software for small businesses. With Xero, you can easily manage your accounting anytime, anywhere from your computer or mobile device.When you add Xero to your small business you are able to: Send online invoices and get paid faster. Get an instant view of your cash flow. Track your payroll and keep tabs on your inventory. Partner with your accountant and bookkeeper in real time whenever you like. You can also customize your Xero experience with over five hundred business apps, including advanced solutions for point-of- sale, time tracking, ecommerce and more. Sign up for a free thirty-day trial at


    · 01:18:21 · London Real

    Rory MacDonald is a Canadian mixed martial artist who recently signed a contract with Bellator MMA. He is a former King of the Cage Lightweight Champion. WATCH THIS EPISODE FOR FREE: 00:00 Trailer01:44 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.04:12 Brian’s introduction.04:36 Forthcoming first London fight with Paul Daley.08:09 I don’t have a fight plan, I like to go with the flow.09:47 Learning technique is the most important thing.10:26 Training in MMA from the beginning.16:22 The ups and downs of the past year for Rory.22:07 Leaving the UFC.25:58 The benefits of joining Bellator.26:55 Dealing with enforced break following last lost fight.28:06 Doesn’t do much pre-fight analysis of opponent.29:30 What Rory does in fight week and on fight night.32:04 Moving to Montreal to train at Tri-Star with Georges St-Pierre.39:53 Rory’s media tour with Conor McGregor.41:06 Keeping true to his own image, not emulating Conor McGregor47:17 What an adrenalin dump feels like.49:10 You get to know who you are in the cage.50:53 Why Rory continues to fight despite the injuries.53:13 How Rory finds fatherhood.57:41 Why Rory loves hunting.1:01:20 Rory’s diet.1:02:32 Rory’s surprising interest.1:03:37 Plans for the next year.1:05:20 Head trauma issues.1:06:52 Steroid use in the sport.1:08:32 Success secrets.1:09:07 Phone call to the 20 year old Rory MacDonald.1:10:55 Best advice ever received.1:12:03 Advice to the young person who wants to be a fighter.1:14:57 Brian’s summing up.FULL SHOW NOTES: 

  • Episode #165 With Rory Vaden of Procrastinate on Purpose

    · 00:45:36 · The Less Doing Podcast with Ari Meisel: The Best Life Hacks And Productivity Tips For Less Doing, More Living

    Summary: In Episode #165 Ari hosts Rory Vaden, a refined public speaker and New York Times Best Selling Author of Take the Stairs and Procrastinate on Purpose who works to help people live healthier, happier, more effective lives. During the interview, Rory breaks down the Procrastinate on Purpose methodology and explains why everything you know about time-management is wrong.   Special Announcements: Fuel the Fire Come watch Ari light-up the Drake Hotel in Chicago on Wednesday, August 5th as he delivers a rousing keynote speech for IPPA Business Excellence Conference: Fuel the Fire. This will be a great opportunity to watch Ari translate the lessons of Less Doing into terms business leaders can take to the bank. Rockefeller Roundtable Come watch Ari regale a roundtable of avid Helm Society listeners with the lessons of Less Doing on September 9th from 10AM to 2PM in New York City. Subscribe to the Podcast or Leave Us a Review! Hey Less Doing Podcast Listeners, we want to hear from YOU! Visit us on iTunes and leave a review or subscribe to the podcast if you’re not already a dedicated follower.    Time Stamped Show Notes: 17:40 – Introduction of Rory Vaden, New York Times Best-Selling Author of Take the Stairs and Procrastinate on Purpose 18:09 – How Rory got into the “success” business 20:30 – Rory got to meet and be mentored by Zig Zigler 20:55 – Rory conducts 1-on-1 sales coaching—they have over 115 employees and 800 clients 22:10 – The approach Rory takes is, “what’s holding you back?” 22:30 – Improvement is less about a change in process and more about a change in thinking 23:20 – Everything you know about time management is wrong 24:36 – Efficiency has a point of diminishing returns 25:04 – Importance and efficiency need to be correlated—if they’re not, you’ll find yourself in a never ending struggle to “catch-up” 26:35 – The POP methodology 27:00 – Significance changes everything 27:15 – Dissecting the modern-day to-do list 27:45 – You can’t solve today’s problems with yesterday’s tools and strategies 28:05 – How can I use my time today to create more time tomorrow? 29:50 – Online bill pay example 31:00 – Give yourself the permission to take the time 31:13 – ROTI—Return on Time Invested 33:04 – The Focus Funnel 33:58 – Time management today isn’t just logical, it’s emotional 37:20 – Some of Rory’s favorite sources of automation: 37:26 – Infusionsoft 40:00 – Automation is to your time what compounding interest is to your money 40:39 – We’re living in a day and age where automation has never been more readily available 41:05 – Think long term!—Don’t overweight the urgency, place greater emphasis on significance 42:40 – Rory’s Top 3 Tips to be More Effective: 42:55 – Give yourself permission to invest an hour with Rory 43:23 – Ask yourself the question: Is what I am doing right now something that ONLY I CAN DO?—ask this question all the time 44:03 – It doesn’t matter who you are, or how good/bad you’ve been—success is never owned, it’s rented, and the rent is due every day.   7 Key Points: Identify the thing(s) that is holding you back. Improvement isn’t about a change in process it’s about a change in thinking. To solve today’s problems, you cannot use yesterday’s tools and strategies. Use your time today to create more time tomorrow. Do NOT disregard the return on time invested. Efficiency has a point of diminishing returns. Automation is to your time what compounding interest is to your money   Resources Mentioned: Thankster – A service that will mail authentic, hand-written thank you cards—integrates with Zapier right out of the box Everblock Systems – A company that will build on-demand modular plastic blocks Here Active Listening – From Doppler Labs, a Kickstarter campaign for (arguably) the worlds smartest earbuds Sleep Problem Solutions – 5 Sleep Problems Nobody Talks About Fancy Hands Texting – A nice perk to stay in contact with your VA during a specific task   Credits:  Audio Engineering provided by Chris Mottram  Original Music provided by Felix Bird  Show Notes provided by Mike Rossi

  • Rory O'Mara, Creating a Legacy

    · 01:06:50 · This Week In Property Podcast

    Rory O’Mara is a successful property professional and CEO of Closed Bridging Finance. Listen in as we discuss Rory’s rise from humble beginnings, to the life he has built for himself and his family today. FOR FULL EPISODE AND RESOURCES VISIT OUR WEBSITE Highlights from: Rory O'Mara, Creating a Legacy Rory’s journey; from growing up in care homes, to following his own dreams into his early business ventures... Starting in property with nothing more than a commitment to succeed, and becoming a professional problem solver... Why Self-Education is the key to success, and what Rory does for personal development and education... Why every entrepreneur should know what they’re good at – their strengths – and stick to them... The 6 key issues new investors face today, how to overcome them, and how to use them to your advantage... Rory’s views on what’s going on in the world of property today, that people should be aware of, and focusing on... Why procrastination kills businesses, what we can learn from professional salesmen of the early 1900’s, and more…  

  • #45: Rory Cooper – Army Veteran, VA Research Engineer

    · 00:45:29 · Borne the Battle

    I first met Rory Cooper at the VA Medical Center in Pittsburgh. He was showcasing a number of products he helped research and develop. I called upon him to join me on the podcast when I saw he was a top 12 finalist for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America People's Choice Award. He's also nominated in the science and environment category. Rory is going to talk to us about his service in the Army, his spinal cord injury, accommodations for people using wheelchairs, and his research that is benefiting those with similar disabilities. About Rory: Rory Cooper, PhD, founder and senior researcher at the University of Pittsburgh Human Engineering Research Labs (HERL), is a world-renowned expert in wheeled mobility and the pioneer in wheelchair selection and configuration. Dr. Cooper is developing technology to increase the independence of people with spinal cord injury or disease (SCI/D) and equipping them with the skills necessary to operate new technology. Dr. Cooper founded HERL at the University of Pittsburgh in 1994. Today, HERL conducts more than 74 clinical studies in eight customized labs with 50 staff members, who include engineers, physicians, therapists, research specialists and rehab medical interns. HERL’s mission is to continuously improve the mobility and function of disabled patients through advanced engineering in clinical research and medical rehabilitation. Covered in Episode 43: Secretary Shulkin's remarks at the American Legion Convention in Reno Interview with Army Veteran Rory Cooper   Rory's decision to join the Army His experience in the military His spinal cord injury. Life as a handicapped person The world's accommodations (and lack of) for persons in wheelchairs His award nominated research Explore VA #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran James Buckland

  • Radical Leadership with Henry Bedford – Episode 200 of The Action Catalyst Podcast

    · 00:48:41 · The Action Catalyst with Rory Vaden

    Henry Bedford is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Southwestern Company. He achieved a B.A. in Economics from The University of The South and an MBA from Southern Methodist University. He has more than 30 years in sales and business management with progressive promotions within the company. Henry began his career with the Southwestern Company as a Student Dealer […] The post Radical Leadership with Henry Bedford – Episode 200 of The Action Catalyst Podcast appeared first on Southwestern Consulting.

  • Remembering Rory: Sepsis and Learning from Error - Jo Anna Leuck

    · 00:24:46 · SMACC

    Rory Staunton was a healthy 12-year old boy, known for his smile and his work standing up for others. A simple fall during basketball practice caused an abrasion on his arm, which is the suspected beginning of a cascade of events that led to his death from sepsis. Rory was seen by both his pediatrician and a local emergency department, and was sent home with a diagnosis of a viral illness. He returned the next day in septic shock and died shortly thereafter. A review of the medical records revealed that there were errors that occurred during his emergency department visit. These errors were the focus of a controversial article in the New York Times, that included both details of the case, as well as the name of the physician that provided care. A backlash from the medical community occurred leading to multiple physician-written op-ed pieces, as well as over 1600 comments on the online version of the article. This talk will attempt to move away from the controversy of the actual article and instead focus on how these common errors could have occurred during any busy shift and what we can do to prevent them in the future. My intention in giving this talk is to continue to use this case to raise awareness of both pediatric sepsis and common medical error and hopefully lead to fewer outcomes like Rory’s.

  • 12: Rory Vaden on Sales, Hustling, and Procrastinate on Purpose

    · Bootstrapping It

    Rory is a MBA, CSP, and cofounder of Southwestern Consulting. A self-discipline strategist and internationally renowned speaker, his first book, Take the Stairs, was a #1 Wall Street Journal and #2 New York Times bestseller. His new book, Procrastinate on Purpose, is the first book to ever focus on the emotional side of productivity.          Rory grew up around entrepreneurs. Until the age of 10 he was raised by a single mother who sold Mary Kay cosmetics. In college, Rory was recruited and trained by a company called Southwestern Advantage to work in their summer program. The company trained Rory (along with 3000 other college students) during a week long sales school to run his own business selling educational children’s reference books door-door. The experience was intense; selling for 14 hours/day, 6 days/week, on straight commission. Rory participated in the program for 5 summers. At the time, the average student would make around $8,500 during their first summer of work; Rory made over $17,000! Over the next 4 summers, he made over $50k/year!   get the full story at

  • Ep 33- Rory Best talks Lions, Ireland and farming, James Downey on Henshaw and Denis Leamy interview

    · 01:07:21 · The Hard Yards || SportsJOE

    2.00 - Rory Best speaks about his current injury4.15 - His timeline to return playing6.50 - James Downey on his recent return to rugby8.00 - Rory discusses farming and life after rugby12.30 - Rory speaks about the Lions tour14.20 - Rooming with Kyle Sinckler and his uncommon love for all things Paul O’Connell16.00 - The downsides of rooming with Iain Henderson17.15 - The moment Rory knew he wouldn’t be starting a test game for the Lions19.40 - Being captain of Ireland and Ulster21.00 - Who Rory sees as his successor as captain in Ulster and potentially Ireland in years to come26.00 - James discusses Robbie Henshaw and Ireland’s centres for the November internationals32.20 - The panel discuss the situation with the Irish women’s rugby team and the new head coach position38.06 - Interview with former Munster and Ireland back row Denis Leamy52.00 - The gang goes through the weekend’s games56.50 - James answers your Twitter questions

  • #10 – Rory Scott: Expert in a Year Mark II

    · 00:33:43 · The Expert Table Tennis Podcast

    Rory Scott is a table tennis player and coach from Horsham in the UK. He is 38 years old and has been playing table tennis for about 23 years. For the past 10 years, Rory’s level and ranking have been fairly steady and he usually finds himself somewhere between 200th-250th in England. Now Rory finds […] The post #10 – Rory Scott: Expert in a Year Mark II appeared first on Expert Table Tennis.

  • #67 Be Outfitter - The Ultimate Adventure Backpack. Co-Founder Rory Rogan Sharing His Story

    · 00:48:39 · The Reddy Yeti Podcast: Outdoor Sports | Snow | Bike | Adventure | Outdoor Startups Josh Salvo Co-founder of

    Josh sits down with Be Outfitter co-founder Rory Rogan. Often times you hear of entrepreneurs taking a major industry switch to take a chance on a business opportunity that they just can’t pass up. For Rory Rogan, his switch was a little more extreme. Rory went from being a merchant marine to launching an incredibly successful kickstarter campaign and crafting a lifestyle brand to promote outdoor exploration and celebration. Join us as Rory, shares how his incredible passed experience as a Merchant Marine, not only opened up an opportunity to create such amazing products but, fueled the fire to build Be Outfitters.

  • Rory MacDonald - Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip #142

    · 00:47:18 · Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip

    ...aaaaand we're BACK, and again you are welcomed three times (you'll always be welcomed three times no matter how many episodes) to the Distraction Pieces Podcast with Scroobius Pip! This is the second part of the fighter double bill this week, with the cool calm Canadian, Rory MacDonald!A huge Distraction Pieces guest, especially for the MMA heads out there (oh there must several of you by now...), and Pip sits down with the young legend to comb through the insanely eventful career of his, going through the UFC days, his past fights, his future, his broken nose(s) and a heavy amount besides... Expect to see him headline Bellator this May too! Power moves. A perfect follow up to the awesome Dan Hardy episode on Wednesday. Get involved and enjoy the mellow tones of the Canadian Ironmonger himself (I just gave him that name at random but it's pretty decent eh?), Rory MacDonald!••••• RORY ON TWITTER!••••• RORY ON INSTAGRAM!...

  • #77 Rory Bushfield – Airplanes and Teepees

    · Low Pressure Podcast: The Podcast for Skiers

    #77 Rory Bushfield       Rory Bushfield has a million stories. That’s because he’s had about a million adventures. Bushy lives his life the way most of us can only dream. Major decisions are made in an instant inspired by something as simple as a song.     Bushy tells us about driving to […] The post #77 Rory Bushfield – Airplanes and Teepees appeared first on Low Pressure Podcast.

  • Intervju Med (The Flying Finn) Rory Penttinen

    · 00:30:15 · Motorsport Idag Podcast

    Rory Penttinenen.En man med passion. En man som andas, lever och äter racing. Rory är finländaren som med familj och vänners stöd tagit sig ut i racingvärlden.Allt från Legends cars, Radical Långlopp och Trofeo är få av många serier som Rory bemästrat genom åren.Denna intervju innehåller I intervjun bjuds ni på en massa spontanitet och sköna skratt. Samtidigt besvaras era största frågor. Vad krävs för att överleva The Green Hell, kan man racea på hög nivå för rimlig budget, vad är långlopp och vad innebär det? Allt och så mycket mer i vår senaste podd.Följ Rory på länkarna nedan:-


    · 01:32:51 · London Real

    WATCH: thinking you can hum the McDonald’s jingle. Instantly you recognise the Apple logo. I say Starbucks, you see that little New York mermaid. I say London Real and you say, “it’s about the journey” right? Branding is everywhere. It’s identity, it’s product and it’s experience. For perfectly crafted, think of last Christmas and the Sainsbury’s World War advert - human experience, emotion and connection. The fact that it went viral is proof that it hit bullseye. You’ll not be surprised when I tell you that it’s not accidental… Filled with the sharpest minds and creatives, agencies devise the writing, images and video that drive the consumer machine forward. They tap into our psychology and passion, raise our adrenaline, navigate what makes us human and sell us the product. Our guest this week, Rory Sutherland, is one of the minds behind the work. With a career spanning almost almost 30 years at one the world’s most respected and innovative agencies, Rory has watched advertising evolve from print to online. In fact, he was one of the first in the industry to endorse the internet and all it’s possibility and promise. Understanding the internet didn’t just change his career but the entire way we experience it today. Rory is a TED fellow, an author, writes a column for The Spectator and brings his vision, wisdom and charisma to the London Real hot seat. You’ll never look at an advert the same way again!


    · 00:30:00 · DC Comics Talk Podcast - DCCOMICSTALK

    As Barry works on improving his speed through various training exercises, Leonard Snart returns to Central City with the freeze gun and a new partner, Mick Rory, to set a trap for the Flash. Barry discovers his plan, and agrees with Dr. Wells to not engage Snart in the hope that he goes away and no one gets hurt like the last time. When the Flash fails to show, Snart and Rory, who now has a gun that can emit absolute hot temperatures, kidnap Caitlin to force Barry out of hiding. Cisco and Barry realize that if they can get Snart and Rory to cross the streams of their respective weapons it will cancel out the effects. The Flash meets Snart and Rory in the middle of a city for a showdown, exposing himself to the media. After multiple failed attempts, Barry eventually gets them to cross the streams with Eddie's help, successfully damaging the weapons and disabling the criminal pair. While in transport to Iron Heights Prison, Snart and Rory are broken out by Snart's sister. Meanwhile, Caitlin investigates the cause of Ronnie's transformation.

  • Procrastinate On Purpose by Rory Vaden | Episode 139

    · The Entrepreneurs Library with Wade Danielson

    In this episode New York Times bestselling author Rory Vaden reveals all his insights on his book, Procrastinate on Purpose, where he provides a guide for mastering time-management and productivity.In his book Vaden shows you how the greatest leaders in the world have figured out how to literally multiply their time giving you tools and techniques that will empower you to master your productivity. The goal of the book is to teach you how to manufacture more time into your day, become more effective at work with less stress, and how utilize procrastination to your advantage.This book is perfect for entrepreneurs that are managing multiple projects or businesses at once and need an effective time management strategy that adds more time to their day.About Rory Vaden:“I am the Co-Founder of Southwestern Consulting and a New York Times bestselling author of Take the Stairs.In Take the Stairs we talked about three different times of procrastination and we talk about classic procrastination. Classic procrastination is about consciously delaying the things we know we should be doing. There is another type of procrastination called Creative Avoidance which is a little bit different than classic procrastination because it’s unconscious. Also, in the book Take the Stairs we mentioned this new type of procrastination that we started noticing not in the lazy people but in the movers and shakers and we call it Priority Dilution. This new procrastination affects the entrepreneurs, the go-getters and yet it’s the same result. At the end of the day our most significant priorities are left unchecked, not because we are lazy but because as our star rises we unconsciously or consciously allow our attention to shift to less important but perhaps more urgent tasks. We decided that topic was such a hot button that we needed to dedicate a few years’ worth of research to solving the priority delusion problem.” – Rory VadenFor a detailed summary of Procrastinate on Purpose according to Rory Vaden CLICK HERERelated Books:Getting Things Done by David AllenScrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff SutherlandThe Now Habit by Neil FioreFor more advice, tips, and stories on entrepreneurship, join our community on Facebook and Twitter.