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  • 01:03

    10: Krystian Leonard, President of Shining S.C.A.R.S, TEDx Speaker, Author

    in Entrepreneur

    Krystian Leonard is a 19 year old student and award-winning author and advocate with an adventurous spirit. She dedicates countless hours volunteering and supporting various charities annually. Since her journey into self-acceptance began, Krystian wrote her first children's book at age 15, titled Shining Scars, a Mom's Choice Award recipient, which was published by Headline Books, as a way to meet the need of children just like herself, who are healing and living with visible scars. Krystian founded and now serves as the President of her non-profit organization Shining S.C.A.R.S. as an outreach to help others. 

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    About Hustle Culture:

    The Hustle Culture podcast features interviews with entrepreneurs and hustlers from all walks of life going through the climb and trying to make a difference simultaneously. These hustlers share tips and ways they overcame difficult situations. Please email hustleculturepodcast@gmail.com for any questions or suggestions.

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  • 01:01

    Speaker Training: Original, Intriguing Books, Blogs, Presentations TEDx Talks

    in Women

    During this hour with Marnie and guest, Sam Horn, you'll discover:

    Develop powerful, one-of-a-kind titles using the magic of intrigue.
    Three keys to establishing real-world relevance so people pay attention.
    The power of “Did you know” questions to quickly earn respect.
    Create the “next new thing” so you have a competitive edge.
    How to illustrate your ideas with TRUE stories so they come alive.
    How to keep things concise in a world of INFObesity.
    Why offering options is always better than giving orders.
    The value of turning “Aha’s” into “Ha-Ha’s” so people laugh and learn.
    How seeing speaking as a sport turns nervousness into confidence.
    Why never again to give an elevator speech – and what to do instead.
    An exercise that helps you express your inner genius and legacy message as a writer/speaker/consultant so you stand out.

    Sam Horn is the Intrigue Expert a TEDx speaker, and a positioning and messaging strategist who helps people create compelling, one-of-a-kind presentations, pitches, books, brands, businesses, campaigns and causes. She is a popular speaker and her books POP!, Tongue Fu!® and Got Your Attention? have been featured in Fast Company, INC.com, BusinessWeek, Forbes and The New York Times. Learn more atwww.SamHorn.com.

  • 00:50

    Hacking Happiness With Author & TEDx Speaker John C. Havens

    in Health

    John C. Havens is a contributing writer for Mashable, The Guardian, and Slate, and author of, Hacking Happiness - Why Your Personal Data Counts and How Tracking it Can Change the World (Tarcher/Penguin, 2014).  His new book, Genuine - Authentic Happiness in an Age of Artificial Intelligence comes out from Tarcher/Penguin next year.  John is also a consultant and keynote speaker at places like TEDx and SXSW.  

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  • How to talk to your players

    in Soccer


    Stephen and Chris talk to Coach Reed about Tedx, dealing with players.

  • 00:14

    065: 1, 2, Many Project update - TEDx Talk, Call for Guests, Non-Profit, & Book

    in Health

    After a brief pause for reflection, the project is back.

    Tim spends a few minutes talking about the new developments in the 1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide project:

    Tim's TEDx Talk at American University
    Starting a non-profit based on the 1, 2, Many Project
    A book that Tim would like to write on suicide prevention
    The call for new guests to the show.

    Thank you for listening. Momentary Reflections are now coming out on Thursday. Enjoy!

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  • 00:44


    in Education


    Dr Stuart Firestein, Neuroscience professor at Columbia, TedX speaker and author of the best selling book "Failure: Why Science is so successful". He will discuss this book and his previous one "Ignorance: What drives Science". 

  • 02:00

    Owen Lean - The Bachelor Of Magic

    in Performing Arts

    On this episode of Teal Gray Worldwide Radio, our special guest is Owen Lean a.k.a. "The Bachelor of Magic." 

    Questions? Comments? Connect with show hosts: Teal Gray & Tui Snider. Be sure to follow @TGWWradio on Twitter!

    Owen Lean, The Bachelor Of Magic, has been turning awkwardness into confidence ever since 2006, when he graduated with the world's first degree in street magic. 

    Yes. You read that right!

    When Owen received his degree he made the front page of the Irish Times, and several other national newspapers. A year later his house burned down and he lost everything he owned, but he refused to let that hold him back. 

    Owen Lean has been traveling the planet ever since, performing his unique miracles, taking away people's fears and "Entertaining those without even the remotest interest in magic" - The Irish Times.

    From just one person in a teaching environment, to thousands of people at an festival at event, Owen turns awkwardness into confidence through magic, British wit and "an ability to communicate beyond cultures." - LEAD International.

    For more information, check out Owen's websites: http://roadmage.com/  and http://www.owenlean.com/

  • 01:21

    The Conversation: Comedian Michael Colyar

    in Self Help

    Thank you for tunning into the hottest show out "the Conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey. Each week our goal is to provide you with programming that will inspire, motivate and educate. This week's line-up:

    Shawn Hardnett- Educator and Chief of Schools-Center City Public Charter School (D.C.) drops by to talk about the state of Education, Tedx, and much much more

    Jenae Altschwager- This actress has appeared on (Longest Yard, Fast and Furious 4, Poseidon)  to name a few and will be speaking with us about her newest project "the Ladies Room"

    Michael Colyar-  legendary funny man Michael Colyar drops by to talk about his long career and what's new on his plate

    The Weeks Family- Ian and Felicia Weeks need our help! They experienced a devastating fire of their home which destroyed everything. Let's donate what we can to assist this needy family: https://www.gofundme.com/5389a7bw

  • 01:17

    The Turfgrass Zealot Project Episode #9 with Chris Tritabaugh and Scott Hess

    in Golf

    Join Dave Wilber and his two guests as we talk about General Science and Work/Life Balance!

    Chris Tritabaugh is the superintendent at Hazeltine National Golf Club, host to the 2016 Ryder Cup. Chris shares his ideas about work and life and how he handles his staff and the hours required to do his job at a very high profile place.

    Scott Hess is Executive Vice President/Human Intelligence at SPARK, one of the world's leading media agencies and part of the Publicis Groupe. Scott talks about Generational Science and the Millennial Generation. Scott's work in this area is influencing millions of dollars in advertising and helping companies and brands relate to those born between 1980 and 2000. Scott's outstanding TEDx talk can be seen here.

    Dave Wilber talks about hanging onto youth, changing and relating. If our business is to grow and change in a growing and changing world, understanding the viewpoints of people like these two is key.

    The Turfgrass Zealot Project is brought to you by Klingstone. Proven Bunker Performance for Over 15 Years.

  • 00:38

    The Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership with Carol Sankar

    in Management

    Let's have some conversation with today's leading women in leadership and high level CEO's to learn how they claimed their Confidence Factor. The visionary behind this movement, Carol Sankar, commenced the Confidence Factor for Women in Leadership research in 2011 after a long successful career in real estate and law, yet taking note of the lack of powerful women in profitable industries.

    Sankar developed a private group of 100 women and asked the difficult questions about profit, asking for more, and gaining access to elevated opportunities in their career and business for 4 consecutive years and measured their growth. As a result, she took her findings and started the Confidence Factor movement and round-table series for high achieving women who feel the "plateau" of success. She realized the reason why women plateaued was due to lack of confidence

    .Her first book, The Confidence Factor for Women in Business, became an international bestseller. The new book, The Confidence Factor for Women: Conversations with Women CEO's, includes personal and professional stories from leaders. Readers will understand the obstacles that all women face in their journey, including Carol's journey breaking through the boundaries of women in real estate investing.

    What you'll glean from this conversation: The clarity to focus on leadership; The confidence to face the obstacles; The tools to access elevated opportunities and MORE!

      Carol Sankar has been featured in Madame Noire, LearnVest, The Steve Harvey TV Show, CNNMoney.com, TEDx, Entrepreneur Magazine and Essence Magazine.

  • 00:31

    Message Blocks- Event Planning in the Digital Age

    in Technology

    Everyone comes to Detroit for ball games and concerts, but Len Gauger, founder and CEO of the Ann Arbor-based startup Message Blocks, imagines a city that's the center for all types of events. He pictures Detroit becoming known nationwide for hosting tech and professional conferences. With resources like Detroit's Cobo Hall, Gem Theatre, and many other venues throughout the metropolitan area, Len believes that the event planning industry can grow in Detroit. He's created Message Blocks, an event planning platform, to help make it happen. Originally from Dearborn, Len wanted to return to his home state to build the business. Message Blocks is an easy-to-use platform that streamlines documents, registration, and event information online. With over 1,100 registrants already in Michigan to-date, Message Blocks software has been used to plan major events across Michigan working with TedX Detroit, Accelerate Michigan, Habitat for Humanity, the American Federation of Teachers and the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM). 

    Join Melissa Birnie and Len Gauger on Oct 30th at 1:00 P.M as they explore the event planning industry in Detroit and across Michigan in the Digital Age. Just in time for the Holidays!