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Masters of Process brings you the no-code revolution in full. Join us as we meet with top innovators in the space and explore how they are reinventing the way a modern business operates. Brought to you by industry insiders from No Code Ops and Process Street, each half hour episode is a goldmine of productivity, products, and scaling. Listen now on your favorite podcast platform.
 
This podcast is about you: The Cincinnatian. Let The Enquirer's Jason Williams and Sharon Coolidge make the complicated local issues affecting your daily life easy to understand. And have more than a little fun in the process. On the ballot or in the streets, we are here to help you out. Because that's SO Cincinnati.
 
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Conduit Street Podcast

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Conduit Street Podcast

Maryland Association of Counties

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A podcast on Maryland policy and politics. Stay in the know about how the General Assembly, Governor, state agencies, and county leaders affect the essential services that Marylanders depend on each and every day. Tune in for deep dives into state and county issues, special guests from around the state, and our world-famous dad jokes. We’ve got you covered on the Maryland Association of Counties’ Conduit Street Podcast.
 
This is the audio podcast for the ML Street Talk YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/MachineLearningStreetTalk Thanks for checking us out! We think that scientists and engineers are the heroes of our generation. Each week we have a hard-hitting discussion with the leading thinkers in the AI space. Street Talk is unabashedly technical and non-commercial, so you will hear no annoying pitches. Corporate- and MBA-speak is banned on street talk, "data product", "digital transformation" a ...
 
The Hodges Family has been steeped in the investment management business since the 1960s. From the inception of Hodges Capital by the patriarch, Don Hodges, to the present generation who continues to run the business, the knowledge here is extensive.We will cover many different topics within the vast realm of investing. Some may be more general, some more specific. We tend to keep it playful and tie-in some of our favorite quotes to highlight our points. With each episode we hope our listene ...
 
We share stories of the growth, struggles, journey, self-discovery, and success of guests in various fields of life so you can be ahead of the curve, develop your purpose, and learn to "trust the process." We hope to inspire and motivate individuals who want a diversified understanding of various topics in life so they can better relate and communicate with peers, friends, and clients. Gain confidence, develop tenacity, and learn how to thrive in your own unique way. An abundance of life-hac ...
 
Julie Yip-Williams tried to stay as present and honest as possible as she watched herself die from Stage IV colon cancer. The series chronicles her process of preparing for her death and revisiting the events of her extraordinary life, through hours of intensely personal and revealing conversations. It is an immigrant story, a love story, and a ghost story. This series is a companion to her posthumous memoir, The Unwinding of the Miracle, published by Random House on Feb 5th.
 
From an early age music as always been apart of his life. Born in the streets of (Motown) Detroit he started as an emcee doing local battles and underground mixtapes. Falling in love with the creation process of making music he soon moved to being behind the Mic. Inspired by fellow Detroitors drive to make great music with the soul of Motown he continue to look for new ways to make great music.
 
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Da Chief

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Da Chief is a North American rapper, writer and entrepreneur who was born in Methuen Massachusetts in 1976. At the age of 14 years old Da Chief started freestyle rapping with his brother in law who became his mentor. In 2000 Da Chief opened Money Matters Productions. In 2002 he performed at the Spanish Festival in Lawrence Massachusetts. He released 2 albums on the streets with the label. In 2004 Family Affairs Records was founded and released 3 records on the streets thus far. Da Chief is r ...
 
Health. Self Development. Travel. Motivation. Love. Independence. Career. Goals. Fitness. Business. Mindfulness. Family. Life. Inspiration. Self Love. Work. Spirituality. Purpose. Self Care. We cover it all here at the CTF podcast! The goal here at the CTF podcast is to speak to everyday women, transgender and LGBTIQ+ people from all over the world about their experiences, journeys, highs, lows, adventures and lessons learnt along the way. Hear about every day heroes taking their own life in ...
 
The Top Rank podcast - co-hosted by best friends Isabel Flower and Marcel Rosa-Salas - is a process-oriented research platform, centered on highlighting people of diverse backgrounds who are driving, shaping and challenging their fields, and the world around them. Every month, Isabel (a journalist and editor) and Marcel (a cultural anthropologist) delve into insightful conversations with leading thinkers about cultural politics, consumer culture, and social justice. Check us out on Instagram ...
 
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10X Real Estate Marketing & Coaching

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10X Real Estate Marketing & Coaching

Sean Shallis, Ri2 Consulting/lead Solutions

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Sean Shallis, founder Ri2 Consulting/Lead Solutions, creator of "The Perfect 10X Strategy" and Chief Spokesmen of the "10X Real Estate Warrior Nation" We are your personal real estate resource, where you can get 10X real estate tips, tricks, hacks, systems and platforms to take you business to 10X Level. Do you want to make Quantum leaps in your business...? Without Working Harder, Grinding More, Spending Useless Advertising Dollars? What if we said, "Its not what your doing that isn't worki ...
 
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In this episode our senior portfolio managers, Craig Hodges and Eric Marshall, will discuss how we cultivate ideas and the methods we use to choose stocks. We have a repeatable process that we have honed over 30 years and is helpful to our clients in all types of market environments. In the investing world it is always necessary to have a philosoph…
 
Welcome back to the Chase The Feeling podcast! On today's episode we sit down and chat with Katie Stones, a powerhouse personal trainer in Canberra Australia, helping women with their fitness and health goals one small habit change at a time. We speak in depth with Katie about: Growing up in the UK and moving to Australia after falling in love Diso…
 
Montgomery Inn partner Dean Gregory tells stories about his dad and the restaurant's late founder, Ted Gregory; his mom's secret BBQ sauce; how Bob Hope got involved; and the exploding cigar prank.Di That's So Cincinnati
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, D'Paul Nibber joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis. This week, a breakdown of MACo's Legislative Initiative to protect public officials from threats and intimidations, the latest on the State's proposal to distribute opioid settlement fund…
 
Cincinnati City Councilwoman Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney and former President Barack Obama have been friends since they were classmates at Harvard Law School 30 years ago. Their families have stayed in touch. Kearney and her husband, former state Sen. Eric Kearney, held fundraisers for Obama and worked on his campaigns. Did Lemon Kearney turn to Bara…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, MACo Associate Policy Director Dominic Butchko joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis. This week, we break down two of MACo's 2022 Legislative Initiatives – reinvesting in local transportation infrastructure and ensuring first responders hav…
 
David Pepper first ran for office 20 years ago, the start of a career that now includes Cincinnati City Council, the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners and Ohio Democratic Party Chairman. Pepper, 50, of Indian Hill, pivoted in recent years to a new career: author, writing political thrillers. His newest book, Laboratories of Autocracy: A wake-u…
 
On today's episode we speak to Rachel, the founder of Rayco Design. As well as running her own successful graphic design business, Rachel speaks to us about having a long distance relationship with her husband who is in the Navy, getting married young, working through constant rejection in her early career, finding her niche in such a large communi…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, MACo Associate Policy Director D'Paul Nibber joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis. This week, we preview MACo's 2022 Legislative Initiatives and explain the complexities of a looming deadline for local governments to join the State's settl…
 
REDI Cincinnati is the region's leading organization charged with recruiting new companies and jobs. It played a big role in regional leaders' pitch to World Cup officials last week, and REDI President and CEO Kimm Lauterbach joined "That's So Cincinnati" podcast to discuss.Di That's So Cincinnati
 
In our first episode, we join with two of the team from On Deck, Michael Gill and Curtis Cummings. They join our hosts Philip Lakin and Blake Bailey to give us their insight into where no-code can take new startups and how you can use it to iterate at lightning-fast speeds internally. Masters of Process brings you the no-code revolution in full. Jo…
 
The Flying Pig is back, albeit it with a smaller field of racers and later in the year than usual. But it will still be the same community-driven event that it was before the coronavirus pandemic forced Cincinnati races to be virtual last year, said Iris Simpson Bush, executive director at Flying Pig Marathon, Inc, which runs the marathon and sever…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode we sat down with Ash Streeter-Jones, a passionate advocator, campaigner, founder, director and passionate female about her journey to where she is today. We deep dive with the Founder of Raise Our Voice Australia about traveling to different countries to experience difference in privilege, finding…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Dr. Debby Thomas joins the podcast to discuss her role at the Professional Development Academy, with an emphasis on the Academy's partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo) to equip frontline county government professionals with practical leadership skills to deliver results for…
 
American soccer veteran Geoff Cameron is always outspoken about something. A few years ago, it was about his support of Donald Trump. Nowadays, though, it's more about how much he loves Cincinnati and the city's soccer fans. Cameron, in his first season with FC Cincinnati, spent time on his off day to chat with The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati"…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode we celebrate the podcast's first birthday by deep diving into some topics I get asked a lot, like What made me want to start the podcast? How did I start the podcast? What equipment and programming do I use? How much does it cost me? What did I dream for the podcast? What actually ended up happeni…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Maryland Department of Emergency Management Acting Secretary Russell Strickland joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the shifting landscape of emergency management. From new and evolving threats to harnessing new tech to build resilience and redundancy, learn why elevating emerge…
 
In this episode we get very specific about the political environment and markets. The last few election cycles have spawned a fair amount of investor apprehension and worry. We’ll discuss how to assess the political landscape as it relates to having better investing behavior.Di Hodges Private Client
 
After throwing years of popular LGBTQ-friendly tea dances, Richard Cooke embarked on opening a bar in Over-the-Rhine, which he envisioned as a place to "dance in a safe and welcoming place." The pandemic hit as the Procter & Gamble alum readied to open the bar. But there was only one thing to do, Cooke said: Stay the course. e19 Lounge Bar & Discot…
 
Welcome back to the Chase The Feeling podcast! On today's episode we speak to Cassie Davis, a 22 year old living in New York, USA. Cassie works for Aerie in PR, and is also one of the founders of Fawn and Sable, a black bridal blog. We speak with Cassie on todays episode about constantly moving states and countries to follow her dreams, working in …
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, three+one® Senior Vice President Garrett Macdonald joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss a data-driven approach to help counties maximize the value of every single dollar through the power of liquidity analysis. cashvest by three+one® uses proprietary algorithms to produce data-dr…
 
No one knows the history of University of Cincinnati football better than Jim Kelly, a member of the school's athletics hall of fame and long-time radio analyst. Whether as a player, broadcaster, son of a former assistant coach and athletic department administrator or fan, Kelly has attended nearly 500 Bearcats football games in his lifetime. None …
 
In today’s episode we touch on various topics as a continued introduction to what we do. We’ll discuss the following: At what life stage does one hire an advisor Budgeting for investing A primer on mutual funds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Active management and portfolios of individual stocks Intro to the Hodges Private Client program What a cl…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Calvert County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Daniel Curry joins Kevin Kinnally and Brianna January to discuss how COVID-19 is impacting our local school systems and their return to in-person instruction. Maryland's public school systems are balancing public health concerns about the surging d…
 
Findlay Market CEO Joe Hansbauer highlights the improvements made to the market over the last 20 years on The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast this week. The market house was re-done and is bustling. The nearly 18 storefronts along Elder Street, are nearly full. There is Findlay Kitchen, a non-profit food business incubator, where 60 busin…
 
The last decade has witnessed an experimental revolution in data science and machine learning, epitomised by deep learning methods. Many high-dimensional learning tasks previously thought to be beyond reach -- such as computer vision, playing Go, or protein folding -- are in fact tractable given enough computational horsepower. Remarkably, the esse…
 
Can you believe it?! The Chase The Feeling Podcast has a brand new little sister, Chase The Feeling Travel. On today's episode we talk all about the new brand of the CTF family, a business that creates personalised and curated travel packages to help manifest, plan and save for your dream holiday whether its 3 days, 4 weeks or 8 months long! Come a…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, award-winning journalist Bryan Sears joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss Maryland policy and politics, the role of new technology and social media on news and journalism, new and evolving media business models, and a preview of what's in store for the 2022 legislative session. B…
 
In our introductory episode, the Hodges brothers will discuss some of the history of Hodges Capital, including the book of quotes entitled “Horse Sense, Street Smarts” (from which the podcast name is derived). We’ll also touch on the benefits of saving early in life, owning stocks for the long-term, avoiding some common pitfalls (using leverage, tr…
 
Welcome back to the Chase The Feeling podcast! On today's episode we speak to Perri Beith from the Lifestyle Project and Renovating Mates. Perri wears many hats including wife, friend, business owner, social media entrepreneur and house flipper just to name a few. On today's podcast we learn about Perri and her journey to getting where she is today…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson preview next week's Board of Public Works meeting – including the history and substance of a proposal to oblige county funds for state-mandated electronic pollbooks, explain why legislative-executive checks and balances are behind the delay in implementing the…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode we speak to Bobbie Trower, the advocacy manager for YWCA Australia. We speak to Bobbie about their journey to where they are today, how they went from working in youth work to advocacy, their non-binary experience and issues that the LGBTIQA+ and intersectional feminist community in Australia are …
 
The ultimate goal of neuroscience is to learn how the human brain gives rise to human intelligence and what it means to be intelligent. Understanding how the brain works is considered one of humanity’s greatest challenges. Jeff Hawkins thinks that the reality we perceive is a kind of simulation, a hallucination, a confabulation. He thinks that our …
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson discuss the latest on the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) -- including Maryland's role in new US Department of the Treasury guidelines to expedite rental assistance, a major milestone for reporting and compliance, and lingering questions -- a recap of the 2021…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode I speak with Jessie Cassandra Hall, a powerful women from Brisbane who works in social media and is a plus size model taking life by the reigns and making it her own. We speak with Jessie about having a full time job in social media, having a large following on her personal account and what that e…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode I speak with Jessica Li, an all round powerhouse in the Australian film and television industry. She is a director, producer, actress and the mastermind behind the short film 'Mother Tongue'. We speak about her journey from being a young girl who used movies to escape from the outside world, to do…
 
Tanium — the endpoint management and security provider built for the world’s most demanding IT environments — talks cybersecurity during a live recording of the Conduit Street Podcast at MACo's Summer Conference. The rapid shift to telework and growing reliance on digital platforms present new challenges for government IT systems. Cybercriminals ar…
 
Britney Ruby Miller wasn't just handed the keys to her father's steakhouse empire in spring 2020. She earned it – and her experience of having worked her way up from server to CEO of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment immediately paid off as Ruby Miller tackled head on the challenges of the pandemic had on the restaurant industry. Ruby Miller was not…
 
The social media influencer is one of today’s most talked about and divisive figures. They represent the convergence of technology and the surveillance state with a consumer culture that encourages us to conceptualize our identities through market logic—each of us entrepreneurs within our own lifestyle brands. On our latest episode, we spoke with A…
 
Welcome back to the CTF podcast! On today's episode we are speaking again with Beth Last from Tilly and Type. After a jam packed episode a few weeks ago we have come back to deep dive again into Beth's journey. Today we touch on dating, including not only Beth's personal dating journey but also society's ideals around dating and why we believe it i…
 
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson explain the significance of new 2020 Census data for state and local redistricting, break down the nuts and bolts of Maryland's redistricting process, and detail key timelines in the scramble to draw new boundaries in time for next year's midterm elections. Th…
 
3CDC's Steve Leeper says the next major Downtown development priority needs to be the area around the Duke Energy Convention Center. The aging convention center is surrounded mostly by blighted properties and surface parking lots. The old Millennium Hotel is in the process of being demolished, but there's no plan for a new convention center hotel. …
 
The field of Artificial Intelligence was founded in the mid 1950s with the aim of constructing “thinking machines” - that is to say, computer systems with human-like general intelligence. Think of humanoid robots that not only look but act and think with intelligence equal to and ultimately greater than that of human beings. But in the intervening …
 
Hello Fam! Welcome back to another episode of the Chase The Feeling podcast. As promised, today's episode is the takeover, where two of Taz' best friends Sammy and Chels have taken over as hosts of the podcast and Taz has become the guest. We speak to Taz about her journey and how she got to where she is today, getting into and working in construct…
 
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