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John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, inspired a generation that transformed America. But not everyone knows the stories behind the man - his experiences as a young servicemember in World War II, how he wrote some of his most memorable speeches, what sparked him to set the country on a path to the moon. Join Matt Porter and Jamie Richardson of the JFK Library Foundation as they dig into the archives at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston and inte ...
 
Rubber’s sets are all about versatility, he is equally at home dropping an Afro Tech club set, Beach / Sunset House vibes, Disco, Funk, Soulful House, Progressive / Trance or some fat Breakbeats plus he loves Drum and Bass. No matter what genre he is playing you will not find anything minimal, it is all about the melody and soul, hence his Slammin, Melodic, Electronic Music tagline. Nobody is going to get short changed either on set length on his watch. Rubber is renowned for journey sets wi ...
 
This is Speaking of Speaking! The podcast giving you quick tips and tools to take you from stage fright to spotlight. This podcast gives you an inside look from the world of public speaking and the speaking secrets you need to be bold from the stage, no matter what business you’re in. Host Carl Richards has spent more than 20 years behind the microphone both on radio and on stage entertaining and influencing audiences across north America. He's the co-author of The Dawn Of A New Entrepreneur ...
 
Thomas Alan Waits (Pomona, California, 7 de diciembre de 1949), más conocido como Tom Waits, es un músico, cantante, compositor y actorestadounidense, famoso por sus canciones de tono áspero, inspiradas en escritores como Charles Bukowski y algunos de la generación beat, en especial Jack Kerouac. Waits tiene una voz distintiva, descrita por el crítico musical Daniel Durchholz como «si hubiese sido sumergida en un depósito de bourbon, ahumada durante unos meses, y luego llevada afuera y aplas ...
 
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So, you're in business! Congratulations! You've worked hard to get to where you are, worked tirelessly, you've built it, so they will just come to your door...right? When it comes to levelling up, you need to be sounding board, the walking billboard as it were, with a megaphone installed promoting who are and the biggest question of all...WHY YOU? …
 
Long before we had Covid (and an increase in virtual events) we had no shortage of live events. Whether speakers of vendors at trade shows, we were constantly on our feet, ready to meet and great potential clients and prospects. The virtual world has made us more sedentary. We sit more than we stand, even though there is more than enough technology…
 
Communication comes in many different forms. Carl's guest today has years of experience in how to communicate with a younger generation. Here's the rub: we ALL have issues with listening. Every single one of us, every generation! What is it that's stopping us from listening clearly? How is it affecting our children...and how does it affect us later…
 
110 minutes of Progressive House music talking you on a journey starting slower with haunting melodies/vocals and melodic synths/chords. Gradually picking up as it transitions to a higher tempo and uplifting progressive flavours with accompanying bass lines. Artists Include: James Grant, Jody Wisternoff, Denney, Xinobi, PRAANA, CamelPhat, Nils Hoof…
 
Eunice Kennedy Shriver may not be as well known as her brothers Jack, Bobby, and Ted, but during her lifetime, she worked tirelessly behind the scenes to influence public policy and serve the public good. In celebration of the centennial of her birth, we speak with biographer Eileen McNamara and her son Timothy Shriver, and hear from Eunice herself…
 
There's no doubt about it. It's tough being an entrepreneur sometimes. There are some things as business owners we just 'didn't sign up for' when we made the decision to go out on our own. For a lot of entrepreneurs that includes SPEAKING! Carls' guest today will help you break down the barrier and gain the confidence you need to speak to any audie…
 
In this episode, Hemingway Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Hilary Justice gives us the background on the JFK Library’s collaboration with PEN America and Ernest Hemingway family’s support of the PEN/Hemingway Award, and we speak with the 2021 PEN/Hemingway winner, Kawai Strong Washburn.โดย JFK Library Foundation
 
A blend between Afro and Progressive with a twist of Tech. 1hr 50 minutes and 18 songs with all sorts of drums and percussion, haunting melodies and smooth baselines this is a delightful journey that would be equally as suited in an underground club or at a beach bar after dark. You can smash this in the gym or at home, just sit back and listen to …
 
We are celebrating episode 60! We can't think of a better way to do that than with a guy who's spent his whole life building relationships. Today, we speak with Alfonso Cuadra...he's known as The Serial Entrepreneur and The Real Estate Guy...but it wasn't always like that! It's through expanding his circle of influence his life changed miraculously…
 
One of the key reasons people don't launch podcasts is the concern of 'who will listen to me?' There is truth in 'if you build it, they will come,' but you need to make sure that when you build it you let people know you've built it. And the best way to do that is organically. Yes, you can invest in advertising, whether digital or conventional, to …
 
Lauren Leander is an ICU nurse at the Banner University Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, who took care of the most critically ill patients in Phoenix and stood with colleagues in a counterprotest of stay-at-home-orders in the early days of the pandemic. As director of the Ohio State Health Department, Dr. Amy Action boldly proposed an aggressive shelt…
 
So you've made the decision to launch a podcast. What do you need to get started? There are some moving parts, and with the right amount of help you'll be able to launch successfully. In this episode Carl Richards reviews ten things you need to launch successfully. Here is the list Carl refers to: Computer Microphone Recording/Editing Software Artw…
 
Podcasts are growing in popularity. In the past 4 years the number of podcasts available has gone from 750,000 to over 2 million! We can credit the global pandemic for part of the growth in the podcast industry for sure! Despite the rapid and continued growth and gravitation towards podcasting, many entrepreneurs and business owners are still a bit…
 
Darrell R. Marks has spent his career helping his indigenous students at Flagstaff High School find new opportunities after graduation. But when the pandemic hit, his job changed from helping not only his students with their futures, but their families deal with the effects of the pandemic from shortages in food, water, and other basic necessities.…
 
Money. We all need it. We all spend it. We all earn it in some capacity. What's our relationship like with money? Moreover, how are your conversations about money and wealth? Our guest today has spent his entire life earning it and learning about it. Jamie Madigan knows all too well when it comes to wealth and money, there's a certain kind of 'comm…
 
A blend between Afro and Progressive with a twist of Tech. 1hr 50 minutes and 18 songs with all sorts of drums and percussion, haunting melodies and smooth baselines this is a delightful journey that would be equally as suited in an underground club or at a beach bar after dark. You can smash this in the gym or at home, just sit back and listen to …
 
Speaking is all about connecting with your audience and influencing them to action. Are you truly making a connection when you speak...or are you missing the mark, and missing out on golden opportunities? Carl's guest today is Linda Babulic. She has a myriad experience in this area, and through her work has lead teams and built success in business.…
 
36 deep progressive and at times afro tunes i bought last August. Split into 2 parts 1hr45mins each. This is Sleepwalker part 2 which is more uptempo than part one and play nicely afterwards. Can't beliebe I only just got round to recording it now. The 3rd tune is called Sleepwalker by Tinlicker and is actually the reason why this 2 part mix series…
 
36 deep progressive and at times afro tunes i bought last August. Split into 2 parts 1hr45mins each. This is Sleepwalker part 1 which is more of a warm up / sunset set. Only just got round to recording it now, part II to follow asap and then i will try and make sure i release a mix a month thereafter. Lets see what i can do! Artists include Analog …
 
President John F. Kennedy felt a profound connection to the environment, particularly the sea. During his presidency, Kennedy would establish three national seashores including on Cape Cod. Learn about his environmental legacy from the Superintendent of the Cape Cod National Seashore and from his granddaughter Tatiana Schlossberg.…
 
Thanks to a twist of fate, the archives of Ernest Hemingway have been mostly preserved here at the JFK Library. Learn more about that story from the Library’s Hemingway scholar in residence and hear from two of the filmmakers about how the Ernest Hemingway Collection played a key role in the new documentary.…
 
You've written a book....Congratulations! This is a huge accomplishment! But wait...that means you're equally excited to jump on that book tour right? You've prepped and planned it all to the last detail? You have speaking gigs lined up? Elizabeth Miner is Carl's guest today and walks through her journey of getting stage ready for her book launch. …
 
Leadership is all about communication. How many leaders actually follow in their own footsteps? How many leaders communicate effectively with their teams to accomplish the tasks at hand and the over all company goals? As an executive coach Carl's guest today knows all too well what it takes to succeed as a leader and how quickly a leader can fail t…
 
The United States saw the highest voter turnout in decades in the 2020 election. In many states, the increase in turn out was partly due to years of voter mobilization to bring in more historically disenfranchised voters to the polls. In this episode, we speak with one of the people who has been on the front lines of that movement - Stacey Abrams, …
 
How powerful is your story? Is it moving your company or organization to action? Is your message powerful enough to effect change? Today's guest speaker knows very well the power of story and how it can have a huge influence on your outcomes. Susan Luke Evans, is a leadership consultant and communications expert. She is among 8% of Canadian speaker…
 
So, you want to work with a family member. Think that will be easy? All communication is subject to personalities. In a business relationship, those personalities need to mesh together. Not all family relationships mesh. Let's face it...some come with their fair share of challenges. However, it IS possible to have a great working or business relati…
 
John F. Kennedy ran for president as television was beginning to change the game of presidential politics. The importance and power of presidents' use of the bully pulpit was growing as they could reach vastly larger audiences in a single presidential address live on television. This episode looks closely at one of Kennedy’s most trusted aides and …
 
Show Overview Picture it: You're at your computer submitting an application to speak at a main stage event (could be virtual or in person). The meeting planner checks you out on LinkedIn and is very impressed with your professional portfolio. So much so, they check out your Facebook following too! BAM! There are pictures from your summer vacation, …
 
Episode Description So many people want to be in business for themselves. Who wouldn't want to sleep in, work from home, cut out early, and have weekends off all the time. That's the life of an entrepreneur, right? Well...not quite! Marc's Bio Marc Mawhinney has been in business for several years and now coaches coaches on how to be better coaches.…
 
Are you doing the same thing you did last year for your speaking strategy? If you are there is a good chance your approach may be stale dated. How do you shift? What do you need to do that's different to get more of the speaking gigs that you want? AND, if you haven't started speaking yet (or shifted your strategy) as yourself this question: If not…
 
When it comes to be speaking and presenting we know we need to be at 'on' every time we hit the stage. We need to bring our 'A-Game.' The very best version of ourselves needs to be present and with the audience. We're often told to 'interact' and 'connect' with attendees, even if they aren't the most attentive. Most often we think of it as a 'physi…
 
As a speaker you know there is a certain timbre or tone or 'voice' to speaking. It's something you've no doubt worked hard at perfecting. Did you know there is a 'face' to speaking? Our guest today is Michelle Butt. Michelle holds an Honours BA in Linguistics from The University of Toronto, is a Master Coach and a Facial Intelligence Expert. After …
 
There are thousands of speaking opportunities out there, all across the world. Even during a global pandemic people are finding ways to speak and elevate their businesses, brands, and passion projects. How do you find those speaking gigs? PODCASTS, for one! Our guest today explores the world of what it takes to be a podcast guest. Case Lane is a gl…
 
It’s been said many times over, when it comes to speaking and in business, content is King. Ask yourself this question: are you giving your content the royal treatment, or the royal flush? Are your potential clients and buyers gravitating to you based on the content and value you provide? In this the final episode of a three part series, Carl explo…
 
Even virtual stages can leave a lasting impression. Which one are you leaving? When people see you and hear you do they see you as professional? Expert who knows their stuff? Credible and authoritative? Truth is how you look and sound is just as important in the virtual world as it is in the physical world. In this episode Car will explore what you…
 
The long road to the White House in the 1960 campaign between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon comes to a dramatic end. In this final episode, we’ll look at the last days and hours before the election, the uncertainty of possible recounts afterward, and look ahead to how both candidates approached the future. We’ll also look at how lessons learned…
 
On October 4, 1957, the successful launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik sparked fear of Soviet Union dominance in technology and space. In this episode, we’ll look at how John F. Kennedy used American fears of the Soviet Union and creeping Communism to his political advantage in the 1960 campaign. We’ll also look at how 60 years later, threats fr…
 
As the Election of 1960 entered its final stage with the first presidential debate, who would benefit most-- Richard Nixon or John F. Kennedy? In this episode, we’ll tell you how that first debate changed the 1960 campaign and the many that followed.โดย JFK Library Foundation
 
In this episode, we take you on a journey that follows the 1960 campaign into millions of living rooms through television, and then explore how the Kennedy team used the new medium to connect with voters. We'll also look at Nixon's television strategy and how the 1960 campaign’s use of television would influence future presidential campaigns' use o…
 
What would it take to win the White House in 1960? For the Kennedy campaign, it started with building a trusted team, and a readiness to try new campaign strategies and tactics. In this episode, we’ll look at how Kennedy and Nixon’s campaign decisions helped make or break the election, and how some of those innovative strategies would influence mod…
 
There's a new normal in the world of speaking: THE VIRTUAL STAGE! It used to be as a speaker or ambitious entrepreneur you'd look for opportunities to get on physical stages. Those opportunities still exist. However, virtual stages are becoming more and more common place for speakers to raise their profile and showcase their expertise! In this epis…
 
Fear. Ego. The inner you. What affects your ability to speak your truth when you are sharing with an audience? In this episode Carl's guest, Brian Tohana, shares his insights on how to be the most authentic YOU, you can be all the time, whether it's on stage, in meetings, or even in your own space. Follow Brian's journey through his social media ch…
 
While John F. Kennedy was formally launching his run for president at the start of 1960, another movement was gathering steam. This week, we’ll find out how the emerging modern Civil Rights Movement affected Kennedy’s and Nixon’s campaign strategies, and see how Kennedy worked to win over Black voters who were skeptical of his commitment to civil r…
 
Have you often wondered what it would take to write a book? Kimberley Day is the person you need to talk to! She's helped countless entrepreneurs get pen to paper. She's then given them the marketing plan to get the word out about their expertise. Guess what that in includes? You guessed it! SPEAKING! As much as Carl believes the quickest, most eff…
 
Despite clear victories over some of his opponents during the primary season, John F. Kennedy’s path to the presidency still wasn’t certain as he arrived in Los Angeles for the Democratic National Convention. In this episode, we’ll hear about the young senator’s rise to the top, the challenges he faced in uniting a fractured party, and how he would…
 
In our first episode, we’ll look at the primary race that created the opportunity for John F. Kennedy's insurgent campaign to take the Democratic presidential nomination, and how it would blaze new trails for campaigns to come.โดย JFK Library Foundation
 
This special eight-part audio documentary, from the team who brings you the JFK35 podcast, will tell the story of the Kennedy campaign and how it has influenced American campaigns since. The series features historians, political operatives, journalists, and more as it covers the campaign from the primaries through Election Night, highlighting key m…
 
When President Kennedy became his party’s nominee in 1960, Eleanor Roosevelt would eventually endorse him from her role as the leading member of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. However, he wasn’t her first or even second choice. We talk with historian Barbara Perry, who’s working on a book about the political pair, and how Kennedy was abl…
 
80 minutes of jazzy soulful funky liquid drum and bass. Fat bass lines but not dark or minimal, rolling! Guaranteed to improve your workout and personally I like to listen alone in the car and hear that sub bass explode. I am back with my 14th and last mix of lockdown as we are not really locked down anymore. This is part 2 of a 2 part drum and bas…
 
While JFK was only a year old at the time of the 1918 Flu Pandemic, Ernest Hemingway, whose papers are housed at the JFK Library, was old enough to witness and record his thoughts throughout the pandemic. Hear from Hemingway scholar Susan Beegel to learn how the flu affected his family and loved ones while he was a young man overseas in World War I…
 
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