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KindredCast

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Kindred Media & LionTree LLC

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KindredCast brings you news, views and insights from the world of media, technology and everything in between. Produced by and curated by Kindred Media and powered by global merchant and investment bank LionTree, the show features in-depth conversations with other industry leaders. You'll get the inside scoop on the dynamics driving media and tech, insights into the future and even some life lessons.
 
Lead the Way is a Kindred at Home podcast designed to help you be a better leader no matter where you are in your career. We truly believe that everyone is a leader, whether you are an individual contributor leading yourself well or leading thousands of people in a business segment. Join us weekly to receive practical tips to help you grow in your career, and meet your life goals, both personally and professionally.
 
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The Kindred Spirit Podcast

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The Kindred Spirit Podcast

Ryan Grenier & John Telepak

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A podcast all about the board game Spirit Island! Designed by Eric Reuss and published by Greater Than Games, Spirit Island has become a favorite of ours and we love to talk all about it! Join us as we embarrass ourselves each episode as we dive head first into strategies, combos, analysis and more! Get in touch with us down below in the comments section! Or check out our Facebook page here at www.facebook.com/The-Kindred-Spir…-102981524884534 Or visit us on our Instagram at www.instagram.co ...
 
We are friends empowering each other and the world! We will touch on different subjects and talk about life, things that are happening in the real world, and the kindness we see in our everyday lives! We want to inspire people to do good in the world!
 
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Our workplace environments are dealing with generational issues more than it ever has before. There are currently four generations simultaneously in the workforce, (Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, Gen Z). There also has not been as a profound difference between generations as there is now. This is in large part due to the timing of the third and …
 
On today’s show, LionTree and Kindred Media Founder and CEO Aryeh B. Bourkoff checks in from Paris with Sorare co-Founder and CEO Nicolas Julia. Sorare, a start-up founded in 2018, has seen over $250 Million in sales this year, as football (aka soccer) fans flock to the platform to buy, sell and trade digital player cards and compete in the global …
 
Today, LionTree co-Head of Growth Alex Michael gets the inside scoop from Charlie Javice, the Founder & CEO of Frank, on her company’s recent acquisition by JP Morgan Chase. Javice, who now serves as Managing Director & Head of Student Solutions at JPMC, details the process of funding and selling her company, which aims to make college more accessi…
 
It's not too often that you'll run across a humor section in a leadership book. It's an understated integral tool to be used in your personal and professional life. There is a balance though. Use it well and you'll have an easier path in your journey. Use it too much and you'll be labeled a joker who doesn't take responsibilities seriously. Don't u…
 
Today, LionTree’s Co-Head of Growth Alex Michael sits down with Buzzer Founder and CEO, Bo Han. Sports start-up Buzzer’s mission is to monetize key moments and history-in-the-making plays -- the ones that keep hopeful fans glued to their couches for hours on end. Han says Buzzer is embracing the ‘look down’ 2-screen viewing experience in order to b…
 
Paradoxes happen all the time in leadership. Today we'll dive into the three ways to approach a paradox when you encounter them and use the paradoxical phrase "Tough Love" as our example:*Either/Or*Both/And*More-Thanโดย Kindred at Home
 
I've realized in my pursuit of good parenting that what we say is important. Not because words are everything but because God cares about our conduction of speech. He wants our words to reflect him, especially to our kids. I'm no push over but I'm learning that in times of peace in our home pouring blessings into my kids is important. So today I wa…
 
Thinking strategically is critically important for you as a leader of others and as you lead yourself in a positive direction in your career and in your life. Today, we cover three areas of strategic thinking:1. Strategic thinking with People2. Strategic thinking with Business3. Strategic thinking with Yourself…
 
Happy Halloween! Alysa drops a bonus episode, Alysa Watches TV, usually only available for patrons. Alysa talks about the movie Teen Witch (1989) with her friend, Sarah, and this may be the deepest dive on this cult movie ever. Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa! Email Alysa = friendswithalysa@gmail.com Listen to & Follow Friends with Alysa =…
 
Two years ago for Halloween, Alysa covered ghosting in friendships and it certainly feels like the hauntings of relationships, when we just want closure, may be even worse now as continue to experience a global pandemic. So, gather around the campfire yet again to hear a spooky tale about ghosting. Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa! Email Al…
 
To Halloween or not to Halloween, that is the question. As Christian parents there is a lot of noise around this topic. Every year it seems like there are twitter fights, instagram fights, sometimes even candy fights over how to handle this holiday Biblically. Well if you're looking for a rational and scriptural approach to finding your "why" for h…
 
Halloween season got Alysa thinking about all we do to dress up for the big day – elaborate outfits, make-up, and masks. And wouldn’t you know we wear masks on days that don’t have to do with ghosts and goblins! In this episode, Alysa discusses the “face” work of Erving Goffman, which helps us understand how we present our public self with “face,” …
 
Are you concerned you're raising nice but Biblically illiterate children? Do you rely on the one or two times per week that they're at church for all their faith training? When people ask who you're discipling or leading to Jesus do you ever think of your kids? These are the questions I wrestle with and work to answer in this episode. What are the …
 
Today Michelle and Zack talk about the Blue Angels (and dragon boat racing) to see what their thrilling shows teach us about team communication and how you can leverage several of those same tools in your everyday life.โดย Kindred at Home
 
"We met on the internet" is generally not a phrase that people say when you ask how they became best buds BUT that is how my story starts today! When I got into the world of instagram small shop repping, what I never saw coming was how close I would become with one of the owners of the shops we worked with. Since then, Amber and I have become best …
 
Best Forevers Podcast has reached 150 episodes and, to celebrate, Alysa talks about the four lessons she’s learned about friendship since starting a podcast about friendships. Share Your Friendship Stories with Alysa! Email Alysa = friendswithalysa@gmail.com Listen to & Follow Friends with Alysa = https://linktr.ee/friendswithalysa Art Work by Kate…
 
One of the guarantees in your work life is that you are going to be a part of new teams as you go on your career journey. Whether you are jumping on a team as a leader or a follower, it’s important to begin building that trust with them as early as possible.Today, we cover tips on how to build trust with a new team as both a leader and follower.…
 
When I started The Kindred Spirits Show my son would interrupt my recording ALL THE TIME. He loved the idea of crashing the party and being recorded. So I decided this season I would give him a proper spot and let him record an episode. I think we all need some unfiltered 6-year-old in our lives today! Join the Conversation at: foreverkindredspirit…
 
How important is friendship to Harry Potter when he’s told not to go back to Hogwarts because of the danger ahead? Critical. Alysa’s friend, Crystal, joins her to talk about the book, Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets, through the lens of friendship. In this epsiode, they discuss whether or not Harry still has friends and enemies, how the fame …
 
Quick note: If you haven’t listened yet to episode 60 with Sheila Katz, the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women, about religious freedom, reproductive rights and abortion access, and anti-Semitism, go back and check it out.Building off of our last episode about anti-Semitism, we take on the topic of Christian hegemony and how pervasive it i…
 
Life is full of conflict and changes whether we like it or not. Look no further than the last two years across the world to see how change and conflict have impacted each of us in a personal way. While we generally don't like conflict on a personal level you are guaranteed to encounter it as you continue to grow in your leadership. Today, Zack cove…
 
Have you noticed that people who homeschool often have like a ton of kids? No, really we do tend to be very large families. So how do you go from schooling just one kid to multiple developmental levels? In a world where we are told we need a degree for everything, feeling capable for the task can be daunting. In this episode of the podcast you'll f…
 
Laura Bass shares a story about loving our kids even when things don’t go according to plan. Now you can find the Kindred Mom book, Strong, Brave, and Beautiful: Stories of Hope for Moms in the Weeds, wherever books are sold. Subscribe to the Kindred Mom newsletter and receive a preview of the book today! Photo by Timothy Eberly on Unsplash “Mommy …
 
Sometimes we feel like a bad friend and, in this episode, Alysa explores five valid and common reasons one might have this experience. And, then she provides ways to kick that feeling. Please share your experiences on social media using the hashtag #FeltLikeaBadFriend or email her with experiences at friendswithalysa@gmail.com. Share Your Friendshi…
 
Theresa Phillips shares a story about women cultivating strength when being stretched beyond their limits during the very process that makes them a mother. Now you can find the Kindred Mom book, Strong, Brave, and Beautiful: Stories of Hope for Moms in the Weeds, wherever books are sold. Subscribe to the Kindred Mom newsletter and receive a preview…
 
Our character is something that we use daily in decision-making, and yet it’s also something that we rarely take time to actually develop. Today, Zack and Michelle walk through some practical tips to help you strengthen and grow your humility.โดย Kindred at Home
 
When planning this season of The Kindred Spirits Show I wanted to share what life has been and can become. Less advice and more living room chats. I sat down with my real life friend, Lauren to discuss what 2020 taught us and how to remain faithful when it's hard. We're dishing about finding friends when you're an adult, choosing who to follow, rai…
 
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