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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).
Over 90% of venture capital dollars are controlled by men. Until that number changes, women looking for VC money need to play the game. Guest Leslie Feinzaig wants to teach you the rules. Her company, the Female Founder’s Alliance, helps women entrepreneurs “communicate their story in a way that investors can rally behind.” She talks with Nancy about pitching to men, common pitfalls to avoid, and why women need to talk to each other about hot deals.
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
Joy Corrigan is essentially the quadruple threat as an international model, actress, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Joy’s path to success from small town girl to runways in Milan was not as easy as you hear in movies. We get a taste of living model life from travel tips, how to center at home through meditation and sleep hygiene. Most importantly we talk snacks – high fat, low carb. We’re aligned.
In this episode of Let’s Gut Real, I interview Colin Hill Ph.D on how our microbiome develops, the role it plays in our health, current research limitations and mistakes we make when looking at the gut microbiome, and things we can get excited about for future research.
Colin Hill has a Ph.D in molecular microbiology and is Professor of Microbiology at University College Cork, Ireland. His main interests are in infectious disease, particularly in the role of the gut microbiome in protecting against microbial infections. He is also a Principal Investigator in APC Microbiome Ireland in Cork, a large Science Foundation Ireland supported research centre working with industry devoted to the study of the role of the gut microbiota in health and disease. In 2005 Prof. Hill was awarded a Doctor of Science by the National University of Ireland in recognition of his contributions to research. In 2009 he was elected to the Royal Irish Academy and in 2010 he received the Metchnikoff Prize in Microbiology and was elected to the American Academy of Microbiology. More than 75 students have done their PhD’s in his laboratory. He has published more than 550 papers and holds 25 patents.
We talk about
- The evolution of humans and microbes
- Why you ‘get the microbiome you deserve’
- How will we define a healthy microbiome, what are the limitations?
- Thoughts on commercial kits – can we really interpret them in individual care?
- Getting back to what Mother Nature has given us as a form of drug therapy by way of using microbes and microbial chemicals to treat disease
Wanna discover the optimal set of software to power your wedding planning business? Wanna hear an industry expert reveal her secrets and systems for working at peak efficiency?
If so, then this podcast is for you!
Emily Sullivan is the owner of Emily Sullivan Events (ESE), a boutique wedding and event-planning firm based in New Orleans, and Intimate Weddings by Emily, a division of ESE that specializes in intimate weddings and elopements. Recently included on the Biz Bash List of 500 most influential event professionals in the United States, she is a sought-after national speaker as well as the inaugural chapter president for WIPA New Orleans.
In this interview, Emily gives you all of the following (and more):
- The top three factors that helped her start two flourishing event planning companies
- How she overcame burnout and created systems to streamline her business and achieve work-life balance
- The importance of hospitality, authenticity, and personalization in event planning
- The specific set of software programs that she uses every day in her businesses
- Her #1 piece of advice for wedding industry professionals
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Please take this information, act on it, and carry on the journey toward fulfilling your dreams!
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