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The Creative Wellness Podcast An extension of Beth Ann Short's work in the community and their studio focusing on balancing the eight dimensions of wellness using creativity every day. This podcast includes mindfulness and wellness tools, as well as interviews with inspiring humans. Creativity is a choice! Life is art... Beth Ann Short (they/them/theirs) grew up around Great Lakes region, living in both Michigan and Ontario throughout their youth. A strong lover of art history Short's work i ...
 
This year's Christmas collection of short stories and non-fiction, a play, poems, and bible readings features readings in English, Bulgarian, French, German, Italian and Swedish. Cast list for The Christmas Dinner: Mother Goose: Bev J StevensGrandfather: Ray KasperGrandmother: Ronelle SpiegelFather: J KorthMother: Maria KasperWalter: Beth ThomasGertrude: Kimberly KrausSanta Claus: Phil ChenevertNarrator: MaryAnn SpiegelEdited by: MaryAnn Spiegel
 
Winner - Mind Media Awards Radio Programme of the Year 2018 & 2019 Shortlisted - Mind Media Awards Journalist of the Year 2017 & 2019 Each week Mick Coyle explores a different aspect of mental health and well-being with special guests sharing their lived experiences, where to seek help and how to navigate your way through difficult times in your life. If you need to seek support, find services close to you by visiting http://www.hubofhope.co.uk Podcast presented by Mick Coyle. Special thanks ...
 
The building materials marketing landscape is changing faster than ever. Creating an engaging online presence is crucial to the success of any building materials manufacturer. But can your Facebook profile actually grow sales? Will you earn more market share if you change your website? How can you outperform your competition online? Zach and Beth tackle your most burning questions about digital marketing for building material manufacturers, share proven strategies to grow leads and sales, an ...
 
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This episode of The Indy Author Podcast is a bit of a departure. Most of the episodes focus on one person's perspective on a variety of topics, but this episode is going to focus on many people's perspective on one topic, and that topic is PERSONAL BRANDING. I solicited perspectives on personal branding from previous guests of the podcast, and I'd …
 
Live performances from Regina Spektor, Asleep At The Wheel, They Might Be Giants, Matt White and The subdudes. Recorded on 11/18/07 in Charleston, WV. Support is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.comDi West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
One developer has improved their customer experience and increased sales after implementing digital tools to virtually sell new homes during the pandemic. Now that restrictions are being lifted, we discuss if virtual selling will last and why it should. This week, Zach talks with Kris Maher, an architect who is also Vice President of Design at Ranc…
 
Joining us in Episode 141 is the fastest woman over 5K in the world! Fresh from her red hot run at Podium 5K, Beth Potter jumps on to talk about that race and whats coming next. As well as Beth's incredible run, we talk about the rest of the field at Podium including some fast young Scots. Meanwhile, Tom's been racing too in his new colours at the …
 
Website designer Pauline Wiles discusses AUTHOR WEBSITES, including easy fixes for common website problems; design guidelines that create a site that is both engaging and easy to maintain; various alternatives depending on your technology tolerance; and some free tools that can help you make your site look like a pro designed it. Pauline Wiles is a…
 
Live performances from our 37th anniversary show featuring Darrell Scott, Kathy Mattea, Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche and Todd Burge. Recorded on 12/6/20 in Charleston, WV. Support is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.comDi West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
For building product manufacturers, being innovative in your business is the only way to stay relevant and ahead of your competition. But “innovative” can be a little vague, right? We were excited to break that down on the podcast, so manufacturers can approach innovation in the construction industry with confidence. In this episode, Zach and Beth …
 
Robert Blake Whitehill discusses MENTORING AND COLLABORATING WITH INTERNS, including the logistics and requirements of an author establishing an internship with a college or university, how he determines what work he asks his interns to do, and how he got past the idea that “if you want something done right, do it yourself.” He also discusses the c…
 
One question we hear from manufacturers all the time is, "Should I be on Houzz?” If you’re wondering about having a presence on the incredibly popular global platform (and if you’ll see results), this episode is for you. This week, Zach and Beth chat with Liza Hausman, Vice President of Industry Marketing at Houzz, at length about how manufacturers…
 
Beth Rees is this week's Mental Health Monday guest. She's a Time to Change Champion, and a volunteer for Mind Cymru. Her blog Just A Square Peg looks at life sitting between two separate diagnosis. One one hand Borderline Personality Disorder, on the other autism. Beth discusses how that impacts her life, and how workplace understanding can play a…
 
In Episode 139 we're joined by Kyle's British team mates fresh from their Solidarity Run efforts! Joanna Murphy, Sam Amend, Grant Macdonald, Dave Andrews, Ollie Garrod and Rob Turner jump onto TRS to give a quick share on how their 6 hour run went as well as a bit of chat about what's coming next. Kyle gives us an extended breakdown on his first fo…
 
M.K. Williams talks about what she has learned from her author services business, including the importance of establishing a network within the community you want to serve, the advice to approach people with an offer rather than an ask, the value of her project management background, and the importance of knowing what your time is worth. M.K. Willi…
 
MP Dean Russell joins Mick Coyle for part 2 of this week's Mental Health Monday Podcast. Dean is Vice Chair of the APPG on mental health in Parliament. On Tuesday 23rd March, his 10 minute motion will raise the issues brought up by our Where's Your Head At? campaign, which saw 200,000 people sign a petition, calling on first aid to be made availabl…
 
Manufacturers today have a lot of competition. They have to market themselves strategically so that architects and designers will specify them on a project. But with the right tactics, you can stand out from other building materials brands and keep your products in the spec. In this episode, Zach and Beth talk with Brooke Collins, the Regional Mana…
 
Mick Coyle looks at the new national There is Always Hope campaign from Network Rail. The Network has teamed up with Chasing the Stigma to alert people to the services available via the Hub of Hope. 1500 interventions of people in a mental health crisis were made last year on the network, who are taking steps to get people to support before they ar…
 
Orna Ross of the Alliance of Independent Authors talks about COPYRIGHT FOR AUTHORS. We discuss why it’s so vitally important for authors, and especially indy authors, to understand the basics of copyright, at what point in the creative process copyright is established, the various parameters by which rights can be defined, and when legislation that…
 
The construction labor shortage is one of the biggest problems we’re facing in the building materials industry today. But there’s one manufacturer who has tackled that issue head-on, and their sales have grown exponentially because of the solutions they’ve come up with. This week, Zach and Beth talk with Jay Small, President of Precision Building S…
 
Dr Sharon McDonnell is the guest on this week's podcast. Sharon first met Mick in August 2018, while compiling the UK's biggest ever survey into the impact of suicide on bereaved friends and families. The report is now published, through the University of Manchester, and provides evidence of the massive upheaval suicide can cause, and a widespread …
 
Episode 138 – Andy McCall, Euro Indoors & GB 6 hour JobbyIt’s World Kidney Day and what a way to celebrate this by speaking with Greenock Glenpark Harriers athlete Andy McCall who donated his kidney to save another life! A super inspiring guy! Meanwhile, Kyle gets some more exciting news and Tommy keeps the train moving despite continuing to ruffle…
 
Beth Kephart talks about WRITING MEMOIR, including various motivations for embarking on a memoir, and which might be considered unproductive or unhealthy (for example, for revenge). She discusses how writers can approach topics or episodes that involve actual people, both from a writing perspective and in terms of preparing those people for the exp…
 
Are you wondering what all the recent shifts in the building materials industry mean for the next era of construction? Whether it’s broader adoption of technology or more vertical integration in businesses, we explore what’s going to happen to the lumber dealer and ConTech companies like Katerra. In this episode, Zach talks with Greg Brooks, the mo…
 
This episode was taped in Glasgow, Scotland as a part of the Celtic Connections festival and first aired in 2011. The lineup includes Mavis Staples, Tim O'Brien, Dougie MacLean, Joy Kills Sorrow, Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore Support is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.comDi West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
Mick is joined by Alice Hendy from Ripple Alice lost her brother to suicide in 2020, and she's hoping to change the way search engines respond to requests for information about taking your own life. Ahead of a meeting with some of the world's tech giants, she sets out what inspires her to make a change, and how the memory of Josh drives her on to m…
 
In Episode 137, 2:12* marathoner Ally Beaven joins us to discuss his book Broken! The book covers a topic that has been of great interest to us over the last year on the podcast - the run of records and FKTs that have been set through 2020 - and we chat about the book, some stories and usual long distance stuff.Kyle has some big news to share and w…
 
YA author Emma G. Rose talks about the event that led her to write about suicide in her YA novels, how her goals for her book changed over time, how she approached her family about the topic of the book and how she interacts with her readers, and how she uses guidelines from her journalism background to avoid glamorizing the topic. Emma G. Rose is …
 
How often do those of us in the building industry really consider how humans behave in their built environments? For architects like Dan Swift, it’s always top of mind. He gave us some awesome insights on how building materials brands will need to navigate the very near future of home construction. Zach also talked with Dan about how people use the…
 
Mick Coyle is joined by Zoe Bailie from The Mix, an organisation that supports young people. They're promoting Self Harm Awareness Day, and are sharing with us the results of a new report into self harm in the UK. It has shown a worrying increase in self harm during the coronavirus pandemic. You can find out more about The Mix on their website. Tha…
 
Episode 136 - Jonny GlenWe have rising Scottish athletics star and Inverclyde AC athlete Jonny Glen on the show to talk all about the ups and downs in his career and his future ambitions, Kyle and Tommy continue with some running ramblings including the shoe gate debate and chat about 'The Ten'! Get in touch: Email: tartanrunningshorts@gmail.comInt…
 
Former FBI agent Jerri Williams talks about MISTAKES WRITERS MAKE ABOUT THE FBI AND HOW TO AVOID THEM. We discuss common myths and misconceptions about the FBI and other law enforcement agencies, including the portrayal of jurisdictional issues and roles and responsibilities. Jerri shares tips for the best way to approach subject matter experts for…
 
How effective is your multifamily builder/developer marketing and sales strategy? One size doesn’t fit all. This week, we explore what's happening in the multifamily space, as well as what building materials manufacturers can be doing to better serve and support the needs of developers. Zach talks with Michael Padavic, the chief design officer at S…
 
Two catch-up conversations with two great guests this week. First up Phil Bridges from The Mind Map, a one stop shop that was created after Phil was inspired to try and make a difference after his own battles with mental ill health. Phil discusses the changing nature of the conversation around mental health, but wanting to create a sustainable solu…
 
Episode 135!We have another stacked show (honestly!) with some international running news from our Scottish athletes, part 2 of Scottish Athletics stalwart Adrian Stott. Meanwhile, Tommy buys a treadmill and Kyle recaps on his virtual race result... Enjoy - now get out and run!Di Tartan Running Shorts
 
Thriller author Jason Kasper discusses what drove his move from indy publishing to a small traditional publisher, the control he’s maintained over his two primary reader outreach mechanisms (email and a private Facebook group), and how he has maintained another indy author practice: rapid creation of content. Jason Kasper served in the US Army as a…
 
The housing market has shifted dramatically, becoming increasingly more expensive. If you’re wondering how to effectively sell to builders and take advantage of the recent changes in new construction, including the need for entry-level housing, we’ve got a few great ideas for you. This week, Zach connected with someone who knows the ins and outs of…
 
CEO of the Good Grief Trust Linda Magistris is Mick's Coyle guest on this week's Mental Health Monday Podcast. She discusses the work the Trust does to co-ordinate bereavement support with hundreds of organisations up and down the country. On Wednesday 10th Feb they marked their #GoodGriefUmbrellaDay, and are keen to signpost to their services, whi…
 
Tiffany Yates Martin talks about X-RAYING YOUR PLOT, including the benefit of the x-ray—getting an overarching view of your story—how it differs from an outline, the importance of the “but / therefore” test, and some steps you can take if your x-ray reveals breaks in your story. Tiffany Yates Martin has spent nearly thirty years as an editor in the…
 
More brands have realized that their traditional ways of selling building materials to customers just isn’t working. Let’s take a look at three manufacturers whose selling strategies are working, along with some tips to help you sell better. This week, Zach and Beth talk with Brett Thorne, operations officer at Thorne Lumber and host of the new pod…
 
Episode 134 – Just in time for you weekend warriors…we have another sensational line up for you in the form of Scottish Athletics stalwart Adrian Stott in the first of two parts! Adrian was awarded the Tom Stillie award in 2018 – the person who has contributed the most to Scottish Athletics within the preceding year so he knows a thing or two and h…
 
Time to Change Director Jo Loughran is Mick Coyle's guest this week. Feb 4th marks Time to Talk Day, where people are encouraged to open up about mental health. #MentalHealthMonday is launching a new project called #BehindTheMask, where people can feel safe to discuss their emotions, and be signposted to appropriate services. You can be part of it,…
 
Keith Wheeler talks about writing and publishing children’s books, including the importance of writing for the parents as well as the child, how to find and work with an illustrator (including advice to never work with friends or family), and the production process and options for books with illustrations. Keith Wheeler is a multi-award-winning aut…
 
Let’s untangle any confusion there might be around Apple’s iOS 14 update. There’s a war between Apple and Facebook right now, and it’s affecting how brands connect with their customers. We’ll uncover how you need to shift your strategy to continue to reach your audience effectively, in light of these changes. In this week’s episode, Zach and Beth d…
 
Mick is joined by Samaritans Policy Director Joe Potter to discuss their new handbook to guide services who support men with mental health issues. You can download the handbook here Joe tells Mick how services can make sure they're offering an inclusive service that will encourage men to open up in a comfortable environment. And they discuss what i…
 
This week’s episode is a Burns Night special and what a way to celebrate this by having one of the world’s top Sports Scientist Professor Ron Maughan on the show! Tommy gets used to lockdown in Paris whilst Kyle ploughs on getting back into ultra shape. We also speak about some Scottish athletics news and the recent Hoka One One 100km world record …
 
Mark Leslie Lefebvre talks about going wide for the win—the importance of distributing to and understanding all the retail platforms, not just Amazon. He gets pretty impassioned as he talks about the dangers of a lemming mentality, and he reminds us that there are bookselling professionals behind those other platforms, and that our own professional…
 
Understanding economics in the building materials industry can be like chasing a moving target. But our most recent guest takes the complexity out of that analysis with a non-nonsense, street-level approach. Simon Caron, the Uneducated Economist, joined us to talk about the economy plus key issues the building materials industry faces today.…
 
Dad Steve Phillip joins Mick Coyle on this week's Podcast. Steve lost his son Jordan to suicide, and is hoping to create a legacy for him in the shape of Hope For Life UK - a new project that asked "What is it that gives you hope?" and ultimately aims to significantly reduce the number of UK suicides. Steve shares his story of coping with loss, but…
 
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