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A historic episode for the show, as Jackson Herod and Clint Thiele were joined by new host Scott Badeaux, making it the first time the three of them hosted together.
On this episode, we were joined by actress Megan Hayes in the first hour. Megan plays a female morphling in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but has also appeared in films like +1, and What To Expect When You're Expecting. She's also appeared in television shows like Meet the Browns, Eastbound and Down, and The Game.
In hour #2, we spoke with comedian Erika Innes. Erika has a new cd out called Smells Like Nerd Spirit, that is hilarious. She talks about how she got involved with comedy, how long it took her to conquer stagefright, and a variety of other topics.
Two hours of podcast goodness!
Rina Shah political strategist based in Washington, DC. She's a first-generation young Indian-American woman who was born & raised in West Virginia. Her background includes work in TV news and as freelance writer. After spending the past few years on Capitol Hill as a senior aide to two Members of Congress, she successfully launched a boutique consulting practice through which she advises on Republican congressional races across the United States Megan Morris CEO and founder. At the lead of the MHM team, Megan has translated strong values into the company’s core mission. Under Megan’s wisdom, MHM is equipped with the expertise and necessary skills to stage your home in the most visually appealing light Marsha Friedman 22-year veteran of the public relations industry. She is the CEO of EMSI Public Relations, a national firm that provides PR strategy and publicity services to corporations, entertainers, authors and professional firms. Marsha is the author of Celebritize Yourself: The 3-Step Method to Increase Your Visibility and Explode Your Business
Great conversation today with Michael, Theresa and Megan Pincus Kajitani.
Megan the Vegan is a professional writer & educator for over 17 years. Her work can be seen in such periodicals as Mothering Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, AOL’s Patch, Inside Higher Ed, Orange Coast Magazine & books including Mama PhD, Fountain of Youth Exercises,
The Daring Book for Girls and Children & Media at Times of War & Conflict.
She is a student & teacher of our culture, with a Master’s degree in Media & Cultural Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and The T. Colin Campbell Foundation. She is also a Certified World Peace Diet Facilitator & has trained with the Institute for Humane Education.
Megan donates at least 10% of all Giraffe Revolution™ profits to organizations that change the world through humane education.
She lives in Southern California
A short time ago, a good social media campaign meant letting people know you were on Facebook.
Over the past few years, that has changed dramatically. Twitter alone is expected to rake in $1-billion from ads next year and Facebook even more than the $1.36 Billion reported last year.
Megan Megale will give you great tips for social media marketing that will work for everyone.
A bit about Megan:
Managing Partner of Megale Public Relations Founder of "The Minnow Project" www.megalepr.com
Since her youth Megan has been fascinated with ancient art, then ancient wisdoms and cosmologies.
“I came to the conclusion that the more ancient the culture, the more sophisticated, unified and global a civilization which must have existed far back in prehistory. A civilization with amazing commonalities and with understandings far beyond us even today."
When Megan discovered the crop circle phenomenon 14 years ago, she had never heard of them or seen any images of them. Immediately captivated by their size, beauty and complexity, and as an artist who understands the logistics of creating art on a large scale, her confoundment drew her down a very deep rabbit hole. The questions she found answers to, gave birth to hundreds more, and led her on a huge adventure with two visits to crop cirlces in the UK in 2006 and 2007, which resulted in what could be said to be a contact experience.
“After 13 years of researching this phenomenon, I have concluded like many others, that we have proof that a highly evolved, enlightened and benevolent intelligence is communicating directly to humanity in the most perfect way.”
Crop circles also refer to the role of the Sun in our Ascension process today.
Navigating the Collapse of Time by David Ian Cohen
Testify to Love by Uluwehi Gurerro on In My Heart CD
Megan Atkinson, is the Chief Word Nerd over at Ignite Your Cause, where doing good and doing business are not mutually exclusive. She’s merged the artistry of the written word with her philanthropic tendencies to help non-profits and social entrepreneurs inspire the masses, influence change, and infuse more good into the world. When she’s not writing for a cause, she’s instigating do-goodery through Ujima Bazaar, her fundraising project aimed at supporting children without families across the globe.
http://ujimabazaar.com http://igniteyourcause.com/supportujima/ http://igniteyourcause.com/supportujima/ http://igniteyourcause.com Twitter.com/IgniteYourCause Facebook.com/IgniteYourCause
Join me as I feature the music of Megan Burtt. She has been playing instruments since she was six years old. Made her first album for family and friends at age seven. Won the Colgate Colorado Song Writing Competition at the age of 16. She released her fist full length album in 2010 "It Ain't Love". She is working on a follow up album to be released later this year. Megan has battled a life threatening illness and her recovery "inspired existential discovery". I will be featuring music off the "It Ain't Love" CD as well as talking with Megan about her career.
Megan Griffiths is well known in the indie film community. Her 2012 film about child trafficking, "Eden," starring Jamie Chung, Matt O'Leary and Beau Bridges, premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and won the narrative Audience Award and the Emergent Female Director Award. The film is now available through iTunes, Amazon, Vudu and elsewhere. www.edenthefilm.com.
Megan has a long list of credits, including 2011's "The Off Hours," which premiered at Sundance and received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for cinematography before securing distribution through Film Movement. Currently, she is in post-production on "Lucky Them," starring Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church and Oliver Platt.
Megan serves on the board of the Northwest Film Forum and the Sustainable Style Foundation. Find Megan on IMDB.com to see more of her credits.
It's our much-delayed PEANUT GALLERY! This month, we're cueing up Megan Is Missing on Netflix and picking it to pieces live on air! Tune in to podcasting's most unprofessionally professional show, live at 3AM EST! Call in to contribute at (347) 215-7139.
Bob & Megan Tschannen-Moran, founders of the Center for School Transformation, discuss how they train coaches, teachers, school leaders, mentors, program directors, and other educators using their approach from their book Evocative Coaching: Transforming Schools One Conversation At A Time. They discuss Evocative Coaching as a person-centered, no-fault, strengths-based model for supporting educator's professional learning through a four step model:1) Story Listening, 2) Expressing Empathy, 3) Appreciative Inquiry, 4) Design Thinking
They share the unique aspect of Evocative Coaching which is their very concrete and intentional strategy for teaching coaches to expand their empathy skills and how to respectfully embrace the feelings and underlying needs of the coachee in the learning process.