We all know it’s a “dog eat dog” world in business… or is it? Does it really require the aggression of an MMA fighter, and disconnected emotionless logic of a computer to
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Starting my podcast was a natural progression for me. I have both a TV & Radio Show, so as my numbers on my shows, Talking Business with Beverly, started growing, my Executive
Cute penguins aside, there’s something inherently creepy about Antarctica. I suspect it’s the feeling of getting a pretty decent glimpse of what being in outer space might be like. Sure, there’s
“Welcome, dear listeners, welcome to the Vault of Horror! I’m so glad for the company. So few dare to make their way down here… they just don’t have the guts!” Who could
Saron Yitbarek is the host of the Code Newbie podcast. With seventeen seasons of the show published, listeners are sure to find useful content no matter their level of coding experience.
Anca Trifan, host of EVENTS: demystified, wanted to come to America for as long as she can remember. Back in 2003, she raised $650 dollars from friends and family to buy a
This is a hard podcast to review. It’s fairly new—less than a year old and about 50 episodes published at the time of this writing. The episodes drop weekly. Overall, it’s
“It’s the great unknown. We’ve traveled to space. We’ve traveled to the sea. We’ve traveled the deserts, and the only real final frontier is what comes after life. Everybody’s touched by it.
In these strange times, the greatest benefit of podcasting is the ability to hear from others and feel less alone. Learning that we are not the only ones who suffer brings
“I could have been the first ex-Mr. Angelina Jolie,” chuckled Father Mike Schmitz. In the mid-1990s, Fr. Schmitz auditioned for the male lead role to star opposite Jolie in the movie Hackers.