We are proud to be payments nerds – we love sharing perspectives on all things payments. The Payments Nerds podcast features expert guests who explore the most important issues, topics and trends to consider in payments today. If you are a payments nerd too, or are a little bit curious about what’s going on the payments world, just download the “Payments Nerds” podcast from The Clearing House.
Hosted by Terrance Ruth, this podcast decodes the language, decisions and hidden areas of local power that often seems illogical to residents. Our goal is to empower people to engage locally and to understand how significant it is to be aware and active at the local level. Once local government is logical, it will become meaningful and provide the benefits that allows for people to live a thriving life.
To respond to the challenging times we are living through, physician, humanitarian and social justice advocate Dr. Paul Zeitz has identified a new syndrome called Revolutionary Optimism: an infectious, self-created way of thinking and living on the path of love. Tune in to learn how to unleash your personal power and #unify with others to build movements that catalyze bold and transformational political action for our collective repair, justice, and peace.
Sister entrepreneurs Dana Kadwell and Courtney Hopper talk about the ups and downs of the hustle, and the reward at the end of the journey. Life starts at the edge of our comfort zone, and that’s what running a business is about - it’s completely uncomfortable and yet thrilling at the same time. Hear Dana and Courtney talk about the hard parts of entrepreneurship with other business owners going through the struggle as well.
After a long and painful hiatus, live events are back - the hand-shaking, the galas, the panels, the happy hours, and the in-person energy. But with so many of us comfortable staying at home, how do we navigate the future of events? The technology is ready, but how do we leverage the right tools to create the best virtual, live, and hybrid experiences? Let's find out!
A board-certified family law attorney, Jaime Davis and her guests provide information and tips for getting through a separation and divorce without destroying family relationships or finances. From marriage therapists and financial planners to private investigators and parenting coordinators, learn how to navigate divorce without destruction.
Hi I'm Mike! Along with being a dad by day, I'm also a mental health counselor by night in my own private practice. So I get to see not just my own personal ups and downs of being a dad, but I get to see other families and dads and trying to figure out their day-to-day struggles. As a clinician in private practice, and one of those dads sitting in pick up and drop off lines for school, I wanted to share what I see in this ever-changing world.
I’m Dr. Cara Goodwin, child psychologist and mom of three. Parents, here’s the problem. We face questions each moment of the day about what is best for our children but we lack the time to research each and every question we face. My primary goal is to get research-backed information into your hands that is accurate, relevant, and helpful. As a parent of three young kids, I am definitely “in it” myself. Parenting Translator is where we share all the research that is important to me as a psychologist and mom and explain it in an unbiased way that can change your life and your kids’ lives today.
This memoir tells the story of John's journey of self-discovery and perseverance as he embarks on a 30,000-mile bike ride across America, despite being blind.
John, who lost his vision at a young age, has always been determined to live life on his own terms. In this book, he shares the struggles and triumphs he experienced while cycling through some of the most beautiful and challenging terrain in the country. From the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains to the Atlantic coast, John's journey is a testament to the power of the human spirit and the importance of self-belief.
But "Don't Ask the Blind Guy for Directions" is more than just a story of physical endurance. It's also a tale of personal growth and the search for love, confidence, and a sense of belonging. John's experiences on the road and the people he meets along the way provide powerful lessons on what it means to be truly alive and to find one's place in the world.
The book is both an inspiration and an uplifting read that teaches us all about the limits of what we can achieve when we set our minds to it. The author, John Samuel, has succeeded in writing a powerful book that motivates us to chase after our own dreams, regardless of any obstacles or hindrances that may come our way.
On this podcast, we extend the conversations from the Summit, with interviews from the panelists, speakers and artists of BCS. The Southeast's leading and cutting-edge creatives, musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, and futurists alike gather as the worlds of Music, Art, Science, and Technology converge in Durham, NC.
The Founders of The One Lost, husband and wife team Troy and Michelle Manns, are focused on changing the world, one life at a time. The One Lost Ministry's mission and purpose is to empower the lost and less fortunate to cope spiritually, emotionally, and physically to improve their living conditions and build self-efficacy.
Join us for illuminating conversations with the brightest minds in B2B while we explore the rewarding and challenging parts of generating revenue as a team sport across sales, marketing, customer success, and beyond. Powered by Klearly and hosted by Mary Blanks and Alex Krawchick.
Welcome to Learn with Dr. Emily, the podcast. Where parents and teachers come together for neurodivergent youth. I’m your host, Dr. Emily King, child psychologist and former school psychologist specializing in raising and teaching children and teens diagnosed with autism, ADHD, anxiety, learning disabilities, and/or giftedness. Each week, I share my thoughts on a topic related to psychology, parenting, education, or parent-teacher collaboration, which you can read on my blog or listen here.
On Stepping Up STEM, host Dr. Pamela McCauley explores the intersection of science, technology, engineering and math, and the barriers marginalized communities face within these fields. Join her as she sits down with impactful and passionate leaders making a difference in STEM education, innovation and entrepreneurship as they share their experiences and insights on how to create a more inclusive and diverse STEM community.
Moving the Needle is a podcast series featuring conversations with a globally curated mix of policymakers, philanthropists, private investors, and social innovators who are driving break-through investments that move the needle.
Hosted by Christopher Gergen and Johnathan Holifield, an uncommon pairing who arrived at the common need for “doing needle moving sh#t” from very different lived experiences. Through the podcast, Gergen and Holifield invite guests to share their own lived experiences and what led them to their transformative investment theses. Designed to be highly interactive, energetic, and personal, the conversation will leave listeners with a deeper understanding of how investment can be channeled for the greater good, inspired by the stories behind the innovation, and excited to learn more about each guest.
Voices in Equity is the official podcast of the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University. The Cook Center is named after Samuel DuBois Cook, the first tenured Black professor at Duke University who exemplified the pursuit of social justice and equality. With research focuses including social mobility, education, health, wealth, and policy, the Cook Center aims to develop a deep understanding of the causes and consequences of inequality, and develop remedies for these disparities and their adverse effects.
Tune into Forward with NACCE: Inspiring Entrepreneurial Action with host Dr. Rebecca Corbin, NACCE President & CEO. Sharing the stories and lessons of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders who uplift their communities, we deliver episodes designed to inspire, empower action, and heal vulnerable communities through community colleges. This podcast invites you into our world, where we view challenges and failures as opportunities. Join us as we work toward a more equitable and prosperous future. #NACCEPodcast | #ForwardwithNACCE
Legendary college soccer coaches Ralph Perez and Ray Reid have a combined 81 years of coaching college athletes, nearly 900 career wins, five national championships, and approximately 17,546 names in their contacts lists—and they're still in the game. On this podcast, they grab some of those names and talk what’s going on in the soccer world today.
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