Services I provide:
Recording setup consultation, content editing, audio restoration, intro and outro music, mixing and mastering services.
Notable clients include: Jenna Lee (SmartHer News), Audrey Scagnelli (Sanity Media), Stephanie Beigel of “Very Cavallari” (Well/Behaved Podcast), Andrea Hardy (Let’s Gut Real), and Eddie Babbage (Wedding Industry Insider Podcast).
In 1977, Gale Epstein gave her friend Lida Orzeck a bra and panty set, handcrafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. From there, a business idea was born. Today, Hanky Panky is a 50-million-dollar business, selling an average of one thong per second. In this episode, Gale and Lida discuss how to start, run, and enjoy a business without outside investment. Hanky Panky has refused all offers of a buyout. Instead, the company is employee-owned, proof that it is possible to stay small while being big.
From a mysterious explosion in Lebanon to a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, what to know about the high stakes in the Middle East now and in the future with Foundation for Defense of Democracies senior vice president for research, Dr. Jonathan Schanzer.
Imagine how strong our country would be if members of Congress spent their days working for the people who elected them instead of the people who buy their campaign ads.
Now imagine if the American people decided to stand up and say, “this is enough”, and city by city, state by state, we united to create a political system that is responsive to the will of the people.
That is exactly what we are doing here at The People. We’re finding Americans who are standing up to say, “Enough’s enough! If we, the people of this country don’t fix this, no one will”.
The People podcast will bring you into the lives of everyday Americans from across the country as they meet for the first time in Washington DC and commit to creating a ‘Declaration of The People’- a document that captures their concerns and hopes for our country. They share their voices and experiences in the sometimes messy, often inspiring journey of what it takes to unite us as Americans.
Find us at Thepeople.org
Brittney Smiejek, VIP Matchmaker at Three Day Rule, helps us face the D word…head on. Dating in the world of COVID, dating in the world of apps (#catfishing), dating in general = has never been trickier. We talk first date etiquette, better to do drinks or dinner, when its ok to have s.e.x. + much more. We even learn new terms like “Swompdonking”…you will have to listen to get clued in. One thing we know for sure, this episode will make you laugh and potentially remind you to step up your dating game and put yourself out there. *PSA: Steph is still single and looking, so slide into W/B’s DM with candidates 🙂
The gut barrier plays a key role in our immune system and chronic inflammation. Desiree Nielsen, RD and I discuss how important nutrition and lifestyle factors influence our gut barrier and how elimination diets may be bad for our health.
Desiree Nielsen is a registered dietitian, author and host based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She runs a nutrition consulting practice with a focus on inflammation, digestion and plant-centred diets. Desiree is the host of the internationally syndicated cooking show The Urban Vegetarian and the author of a book on anti-inflammatory nutrition called Un-Junk Your Diet: How to shop, cook and eat to fight inflammation and feel better, forever and her new cookbook, Eat More Plants: 100 Anti-inflammatory Plant-centred Recipes for Vibrant Living is a #1 National Bestseller. She co-founded the world’s first evidence-based self-management app for celiac disease, My Healthy Gut and is currently working on her third book, a culinary nutrition cookbook focused on gut health.
Desiree and I discuss:
- What is inflammation?
- Why is inflammation a problem?
- What can too much inflammation do to the body?
- What are causes of inflammation? And how is digestive health involved?
- What is the current evidence for diet in playing a role inflammation?
- How does our gut microbiota play a role?
- What is the gut barrier?
- What is leaky gut?
- What happens when it isn’t working properly?
- How does this impact our immune system and immune function?
- What should people focus on doing to help reduce their risk of inflammation
When it comes to the success of your business, your mindset matters as much as your strategy. That’s why we’re sitting down in Episode 58 with Laurie Hartwell to talk about the values and outlook that will make you a successful and fulfilled wedding planner!
Laurie Hartwell is the founder and CEO of The Bridal Society, the world’s largest membership of certified wedding planners and venue professionals. Having nearly 30 years of experience in the wedding industry as an award-winning planner, educator, and mentor, Laurie now shares the principles that have meaningfully guided her success.
In this interview, Laurie gives you all of the following (and more):
- The five values that she follows in order to generate success and inner peace
- Why you should take the high road in your response to others, even if they don’t
- The value of ongoing education, especially through highly regarded certifications
- Why you should fill your orbit with people who love and celebrate you
- Her #1 piece of advice about authentically growing your business
To hear Laurie’s interview, you can press the play button above. And be sure to subscribe to our podcast in iTunes.
I want to say a special thank you to Laurie for sharing these insights with our Timeline Genius community.
Please take this information, act on it, and carry on the journey toward fulfilling your dreams!
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