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  • 00:52

    Always Listening to The Vergecast

    in Podcasting

    The Vergecast is an overview of the week's news in tech and a lighthearted discussion of the new gadgets available. Find more at TheVerge.com It's a weekly show generally an hour long and features a very diverse panel.

    Love podcasts? Join our Facebook group for more recommendations and great discussion from other listeners!Subscribe to our show in iTunes, or with your favorite podcast app here. Have feedback or a show you'd like us to review? Email us to AlwaysListeningPod@gmail.com

  • 00:42

    What Makes James Bond Weird? with Josh Steen

    in Art

    James Bond is BACK! SPECTRE is in theaters November 6th and Joel took the opportunity to talk about the greatest cinematic spy with fellow Bond fanatic, Josh Steen. Josh is the host of the Just Us Geeks Podcast found at http://JustusGeeks.com and an avid James Bond fan.

    Don't forget, you can email us at makesmeweird@gmail.com and find us on Twitter and Facebook.

  • Miercoles de Motivacion con el Coach Richard Taty

    in Entrepreneur

    Miercoles de Motivacion con el Coach Richard Taty comparte tips e informacion util y valiosa. No pierdas la oportunidad de escucharnos en nuestra proxima edicion. 

  • 00:41

    What Makes Bethany Raybourn Weird?

    in Art

    Bethany Raybourn is one of my favorite musical artists, and after convincing her to let me use a song for one of my Podcast themes, I was finally able to get her on the show as well. If you enjoy our chat, or soulful country rock, then you'll love Bethany's EP. Find it on iTunes here.

    Check out our chat as we talk about music ministers, mayonaise banana sandwiches and more. 

    Don't forget you can email us at makesmeweird@gmail.com and find us on Twitter and Facebook.

  • 00:01

    Building Entrepreneurs One Company at a Time with Andrea Lake

    in Entertainment

    Andrea Lake is  a self proclaimed business junkie, yoga girl, road trip fanatic, avid hiker, dog mom and lover of life.

    She has built several companies including Lessons.biz, a webinar series teaching new entrepreneurs how to start a successful T-shirt Company and MentorMojo, an e-learning platform where entrepreneurs learn the ins and outs of building a successful company from the top entrepreneurs. As of now, she has started fourteen companies, owned the sales rights on the apparel and accessories for Minecraft, World of Warcra

  • 00:30

    078: Remmi Smith: Cooking Her Way to the Top

    in Entertainment

    Remmi Smith is a teen entrepreneur and celebrity chef whose products have appeared in Whole Foods, Reasor's and other upscale grocery stores

    During her 15 years on Earth, Remmi Smith has achieved more than most people do in their entire lifetime (let alone before they can legally drive). As the host of her own healthy cooking show, Cook Time with Remmi, she inspires children all over the country to live in wellness. Remmi's Italian salad dressing is sold at Whole Foods Market and other specialty stores. She has also authored a cookbook, Global Cooking for Kids, which features nutritious recipes from around the world. Remmi is the Student Ambassador for Sodexo, which serves her recipes in over 4,000 schools across the country. Remmi has partnered with national non-profit, No Kid Hungry, to help feed children in need.

  • 077: How to Achieve Global Dexterity with Andy Molinsky

    in Entertainment

    Andy Molinsky is a Professor of International Management and Organizational Behavior at Brandeis University's International Business School, with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology. He is also the author of the new book Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Behavior Across Cultures Without Losing Yourself in the Process  (Harvard Business Review Press).  Andy received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University. He also holds a Master's Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and a B.A. in International Affairs from Brown University. 

    Andy's current work focuses on 

  • 076: 2 Billion Under 20- How 2 Entrepreneurs Are Building The Next Set Of Global Leaders

    in Entertainment

    I first heard of 2 billion Under 20 when I met up with one of my good friends in New York City. he had told me he was involved in some cool projects with these group of change makers who were all 20 and under. I was 24 at the time but I knew I had to meet the people behind this movement so i asked for an introduction and the rest as they say is history. 

    I met up with both Stacey and Jared separately and we quickly found that we had a lot of synergy. They both told me stories of a book that would feature 75 of some of the most amazing millennials/Gen Zers who were doing their part to make an impact in the world.

    After two years of hard work, their book is launching today and I would like to

  • 00:11

    Buyers Meeting Point Weekly Commentary for June 1st, 2015

    in Business

    In this Procurement Perspectives podcast, Kelly Barner shares guest audio from a recent CBS Evening News broadcast about the Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring scandal involving their overseas suppliers. The sudden resignation of their CEO last week serves as an interesting case example of Proxima Group's recent research findings about consumer reactions to companies involved in supplier scandals.

    You can comment here or by following Kelly on Twitter: @BuyersMeetPoint

  • 075: Jeremy Hockenstein- Delivering Digital Content, Data and Research Worldwide

    in Entertainment

    Jeremy Hockenstein is the co-founder and CEO of Digital Divide Data (DDD), an award-winning social enterprise that delivers digital content, data, and research services to clients worldwide, under an innovative model that employs talented youth from developing nations and low-income families. Jeremy’s mother is a holocaust survivor, which caused him to be deeply moved by the aftermath of the genocide in Cambodia and motivated him to incorporate social change to his core business. 

    Prior to DDD, Jeremy worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company and as an international nonprofit consultant. He has received the prestigious Skoll Award for his work in social entrepreneurship, among other awards. Jeremy provides insight into the business and humanitarian aspects of what it takes to become a global leader. 

  • 00:38

    074: Britt Hysen- The Voice Of Gen Y

    in Entertainment

    Britt Hysen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of MiLLENNiAL, a news and lifestyle brand highlighting global millennial leaders. From celebrities involved in causes to CEOs disrupting their industries, Britt focuses her stories on the social impact of the generation.

    Unlike most journalists, Britt began her professional career as an actor. While working on such productions as AMC’s Mad Men and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, she attended Penn State University online, earning a degree in Business Marketing and Management. Foreseeing the drastic changes the entertainment industry would begin to experience, Britt moved her on-camera personality and savvy marketing sense to YouTube and dove head-first into the world of web journalism.Recognizing