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What are the expectations set before your race, gender, or social group? We discuss a shift in mindset and how individuals and communities can overcome the labels placed upon them by society. Justin Black is an author, keynote speaker, and Founder of the ROSE (Rising Over Societal Expectations) Empowerment Group and Co-founder of the Redefining Normal Company. Black became a best-selling author after co-authoring Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds And Discovered Healing, Ha ...
 
I'm an artist from the UK who loves talking about art, life and really anything! Curiosity and conversation is my goal if i have one. Yelling at concrete is a weekly podcast for coffee and conversation, taking a look at the life and interests of the guests who chat with me as well as taking an introverted look at topics I'm interested in! You can catch the show three times a month on a Friday and follow it through the year as i bring you a range of guests and topics the key word is conversat ...
 
Corpus Christi Concrete Paving is a professional full-service concrete contractor situated in Corpus, Christi, Texas. Specializing in concrete construction and paving we are experts when it comes to building driveways, foundations, slabs, footers, retaining walls, hardstands, patios, flat-work, structural concrete, sidewalks, stamped concrete, curbs, sidewalks, pool decks, concrete overlays, and many other things related to concrete.
 
Looking for some diverse, real and untamed perspective? Well look no further, you've come to the right place. Concrete reps is a podcast for the people by the people. Those people being NYC natives: DJ, Sireel, Lisa & Ed Ape. With conversation stemming from real world scenarios to special guest appearances, rest assure the content keeps evolving. Listen for the unscripted gems and enjoy.
 
Concrètement est un podcast qui donne la parole à des personnalités atypiques et remarquables, qui ont su développer un talent, une passion, un projet qui les a fait exceller dans leur milieu. Au travers d’interviews, je donne la parole (moi, Aurélie, l'animatrice :-) à des entrepreneurs, des passionnés, des artistes… pour comprendre comment ils ont fait CONCRETEMENT pour trouver ce pour quoi ils étaient fait et en faire un succès. Par passion ou désir de changement brutal, comment atteindre ...
 
http://wdcicf.com Dumore Construction & Remodeling is a licensed Hawaii general contractor. Our company’s primary focus is on advanced ICF, insulated concrete forms, house construction and quality ICF materials supply. But we also build structures with other construction materials like wood, concrete, and CMU. We also do home remodeling, repairs, roofs, excavation, pools, fences and walls. Remodeling includes ceramic tile work, mechanical piping and electrical, new sinks, tubs, showers, wind ...
 
http://hawaiiicf.com Hawaii ICF - Insulated Concrete Forms Home Builder and Concrete Contractor in Honolulu, Hawaii offers Oahu home owners a green building alternative. ICF home building is an environmentally friendly building technology that also provides your family additional safety, comfort and energy savings over traditional construction methods.
 
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This week i sit down with Nerdcore prodigy Lex The Lexicon Artist. Lex is a rapper and artist with hugely interesting background and I'll be honest I'm a big fan of her work so I got chance to fan out a little. We sit down to talk the music industry and how it's evolving including artist rights, the risks artists take and how its necessary to keep …
 
This week we return to our archive and a conversation with the late conductor Mariss Jansons, who sadly passed away in December 2019. He spoke to us in April 2014 when he was Chief Conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, who were celebrating their 125th anniversary year. Jansons talked to us about what makes each performance unique. From th…
 
Oftentimes we become reliant on our partner to a point that can be detrimental to our individual growth. In this episode, we want to challenge you with concepts that force you to reflect on your character and personal development and how it will influence your legacy.저자 Justin Black
 
Understanding that Black women experience higher rates of chronic stress and anxiety, Jasmine Marie, a breathwork practitioner, founded black girls breathing, a safe space for Black women to nurture their mental, emotional, and spiritual health through guided meditation, breathwork, and community. In 2020, as racial tensions mounted and many Black …
 
This is the first episode in a 4 part series that were recorded at the Decorative Concrete Expo in Ohio. In this episode we sit down with Jeff from Deco-crete supply and talk about all of the things that go into running a trade show. He tells us how the show got started and we talk about all of the different teachers that are there conducting in-pe…
 
Craig Welsh is a microcement expert and the UK Manager of CimentArt Group. Craig has been plastering and tiling for over 40 years and holds the Advanced City & Guilds certificate in plastering and tiling, the highest level available. Outside of his career in microcement, Craig runs a gym for boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In this episode… Choosing…
 
This week i sit down to talk about my apparent nihilistic point of view which has also been eluded to as a zen calm. Neither of which i see of course as i get to be inside my head! But for episode 150 I thought i'd sit and discuss my death and how an acceptance of my own mortality frees me up for many other things whether it be creative or otherwis…
 
On this week's archive edition we explore the influence and legacy of artist, poet and musician Jean Michel Basquiat. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. Subscr…
 
In this week’s archive edition we find ourselves in 2015 and face to face with a force of nature, a champion of the new, a man who stood up for his beliefs; he could even get a new concert halls built – Pierre Boulez. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover intervi…
 
It’s no secret that problems around diversity, equity, and inclusion permeate all sectors, including the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Whether it’s disparate funding for Black and women-led organizations, failure to promote women of color to leadership, or foundations using money as a weapon to dictate the direction of organizational efforts…
 
This week I sit down with a slightly nervous Yanna Law, Yanna is a painter based in Lincolnshire and creates stunning surreal often ornate paintings. Through mutual friends we crossed paths and found we both shared a common goal of using art as cathartic motivation and a blunt attitude with how we present ourselves. So we sit down to talk how paint…
 
In this week’s archive edition - we experience a play for power in Armando Iannucci’s absurdist drama The Death of Stalin, back in 2017 when Ben Eshmade spoke to Simon Russell Beale. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, w…
 
Dressing the part is only one step in your journey toward professional success. Equally important is understanding and controlling your image, which includes your communication, your personal brand, your wardrobe style, and more. In today’s episode, Krysta McGowan, the founder and visionary behind Critique Consulting, an image consulting firm, disc…
 
Michael Trotta is the Executive Vice President of Concrete Polishing & Prep Solutions. At Concrete Polishing & Prep Solutions, Michael helps other companies grow by providing quality prep, maintenance, and polishing equipment. He began his career at Sherwin Williams, then moved on to a manager role at PROSOCO, Inc., where he took them from $13,000 …
 
I watch a lot of biopics, a lot of true crime a lot of stories based on stories and it's a very mixed bag. Some are glorious and detailed and unfold a life you could only wish to live and so dive vicariously through the window into them. Others are trashy and awful car crashes which you cannot look away from and some are dramatic over exaggerations…
 
Cries for equal treatment and representation billow across all fields, including the fashion industry, and especially in the booming modest fashion industry. Yet, although Black women have made significant contributions (in fact, some may argue that they are the backbone of modest fashion), many go unrecognized and unseen. In today’s episode, siste…
 
In this podcast, we discuss going to the Decorative Concrete Expo / Northeast Concrete Expo. The World of Concrete got postponed this year, so were excited about trying something new. Subscribe to Stack Construction Takeoff Software: https://www.stackct.com/referral-program-landing-page/?utm_source=0031Q000026dgoCQAQ&utm_medium=wom&utm_campaign=ref…
 
Rusty Balderson is an Estimator at W.M. Jordan Company, a construction business that helps communities grow and thrive. Rusty has been a part of the construction industry ever since he was a kid: growing up, his father built houses and gave him various construction jobs, which eventually led Rusty to his career at W.M. Jordan Company. Rusty has bee…
 
This week, we're back digging in our archive for another listen to this interview from November 2017 where we found ourselves transfixed by the meditative and transcendental music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover intervi…
 
“As a Black Muslim woman, it gets very exhausting to exist in a world that projects onto you.” In this episode, Vanessa Taylor, a Philadelphia-based writer and the founder and editor-in-chief of the Drinking Gourd, a Black Muslim literary magazine, discusses the paradox of Black Muslim womanhood - being simultaneously hypervisible and invisible. Wi…
 
This week i sit down with illustration artist Sam Saint, She creates these fantastic pictures of moments in time which offer a voyeuristic view of the world and have a real peace to them. We sit down to discuss how thats become a thing of comfort to the people who commission her work and how she got into creating. All the while we compare and contr…
 
Wrapping up this series of 'Inspired' where we've been inviting some of our Barbican Young Creatives to chat to an artist who has inspired them early in their career, Barbican Young Poet alums, Jeremiah Brown and Gabriel Akamo speak to actor Sope Dìrísù about heritage, diversity in theatre audiences and training. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Ac…
 
From as early as childhood, we have been taught to be generous with our time and energy. Any hint of selfishness is frowned upon. Even with our careers, we learn that being a team player is critical to our success. Today, Dr. Marcuetta Sims, a licensed psychologist specializing in helping Black women and people from marginalized identities heal fro…
 
Tom Barrett is the Co-Founder, CEO, and Certified EOS implementer at Navigate The Journey, a management consulting firm. Over the past five years, he has successfully grown his own consulting firm while providing strategic planning and EOS implementation services to over 60 companies. Tom began his career as a CPA at Deloitte before transitioning t…
 
What are the components that cause generational poverty and what are the warning signs? Let us discuss and continue the conversation! Book mentions: Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds And Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love re-definingnormal.com The Alternative https://www.amazon.com/Alternative-Believe-About-Poverty-Wrong/dp/1…
 
In Episode 4 of this series of Inspired, Barbican Young Film Programmer alum, writer and journalist, Rogan Graham speaks to actor Susan Wokoma about finding your community, creative process, activism and i inspiration. **This episode was recorded over Zoom and so you may hear some audio issues throughout** Our series of inspiring conversations retu…
 
Research suggests that Black patients experience better health outcomes when treated by Black doctors. In today’s episode, Dr. Marilyn Gaston, a physician and researcher, and Dr. Gayle Porter, a clinical psychologist, join to chat about their trailblazing careers spent working to improve the physical and emotional health of families, especially tho…
 
Ali Mirza is a top entrepreneur, advisor, strategist, author, and the Founder and CEO of Rose Garden Consulting. Ali started his career by selling insurance door to door before pivoting to the financial services, SaaS, marketing, and tech industries. He’s since been voted one of the top 10 revenue experts by Business Insider. With Rose Garden Consu…
 
This week i get reflective on feedback. Having exposed my work and self to the world throughout the lock-down periods I have had my fair share of positive and negative encouragement and received many a question about how i handle criticism so I wanted to look into that a little more. I think it's good to have the occasional negative comment because…
 
In this episode of Nothing Concrete, sound artist, composer and researcher Rebekah Alero speaks to vocal and movement artist, Elaine Mitchener about improvisation and using your voice as a vessel for storytelling. Our series of inspiring conversations returns with a twist as we hand over to our Barbican Young Creatives to interview the artists that…
 
Recognizing that traditional workspaces cause mental, physical, and financial harm for many Queer Transgender Black and Indigenous People of Color, Bianca Shaw, a Licensed Social Worker, co-founded TRIBE Co-Create, a cooperative business focusing on connecting Black and Brown small business owners, creatives, and doers in the Bronx, New York. Bianc…
 
This week i got to sit down with one of my favorite contemporary painters, an artist i have followed for many years on Instagram Madeleine Rhondeau is a painter and collage artist and all round lovely person. We got together to talk not only why we both create more visually dark imagery but also to talk how surrealist work has evolved and how women…
 
Our series of inspiring conversations continues as Barbican Young Poet alum, writer and spoken-word artist, Amani Saeed speaks to the British-Iraqi writer and drag queen, Amrou Al-Kadhi, also known as Glamrou, as they discuss gender, drag and faith. Our series of inspiring conversations returns with a twist as we hand over to our Barbican Young Cre…
 
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