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Jeff Hoyt sees stories everywhere he looks. They unfurl from the island in the upper left-hand corner of the lower 48 that Jeff calls home. For years, he's told his stories in a radio show segment called "Hoytus Interruptus." The podcast version will drop every Tuesday. Five minutes per episode. After season one, Jeff hopes to turn to his listeners for a chance to "elevate" their own tales.
 
No Interruptions is a human experience podcast that offers real life conversations connecting us through real life experiences in a meaningful way. Whether we converse about politics, pop-culture, spirituality, parenthood or paint color, communication is the most important tool in our tool box. It helps us to construct and maintain our moral compass. When used effectively it allows for us to connect to the most human part of who we are though the people and the world around us. Conversations ...
 
This Meetings Today podcast gives event professionals the chance to overhear raw, unfiltered conversations between the event industry’s most influential women. Hosted by speaker and writer Courtney Stanley, Dare to Interrupt brings together industry professionals who shed light on important topics facing women today, from imposter syndrome to sexual harassment to negotiating pay and the list goes on. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!
 
Visual Artist Eric R. Wilson BKA Mriamdigital has created his own platform where he expresses his opinions on everyday topics and also a safe haven for others to come and give their insights and opinions as well."Digitally Interrupted" is more than just a podcast it's a place where you can come in and not feel judged nor feel you're being watched. It's just your voice.Every Thursday there will be a NEW topic to discuss. I intend to push the boundaries sometimes. I want everyone to find a rel ...
 
Business, Interrupted is an open and honest account from two best friends who decided to go into business together in the midst of a global pandemic. Trent and Richard reveal all as they share the reality of growing a business in 2020, managing it beyond, and how friendship turned to entrepreneurship. No filters or frills, just real talk on how it’s time to scrap the old strategy, tear up the rulebook, forget the old tricks and open our focus to modern day, successful business. Listen in to ...
 
We all know the world of work is changing - and it's sure as hell changing now. Writer and broadcaster Christina Patterson talks to inspirational people from a wide range of working backgrounds about how they're responding to the current challenges, what we can do to make work work better for all of us, and how to find silver linings in a pandemic.
 
Are you looking for that interruption that recalibrates your course and gives you the freedom to be the person you were designed to be? You have arrived. The Interrupted Podcast is a collection of real-life stories of victory and struggle by some of the most influential people that host Stephen Hallman has had the privilege of meeting. Most days, the adventurous life we have dreamed about seems impossibly out of reach, and so we settle into the status quo. Each episode explores personal stor ...
 
Simon Thomas explores human endurance through the toughest times. In a series of interviews with well-known celebrities and notable people, he discovers how crisis and desperation can lead to hope and inspiration for a new and happy life. In each episode, we find out that there are so many others experiencing mental anguish, who have lived through the most difficult times. We hear how many have overcome tragedy to live happy and fulfilling lives.
 
Alternately titled Out in the World. Claire Benedict is a capable, responsible, solid young Christian woman. Everyone leans on her for support and depends on her to do much that needs to be done in her church and social circle. But then her businessman father dies unexpectedly and leaves the family almost penniless, interrupting her tranquil, fulfilling life. Written by Isabella Alden under the pen name Pansy. (Summary by TriciaG)
 
Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
Welcome to a new take on workplace learning and professional development. In this opinion-based podcast, we routinely grapple with the big questions that we all think about but too often hesitate to ask. The opinions stated in this podcast are our own. We don't represent any entity and the comments shared are based on personal experiences and point of view. So take a listen and come along with us as we explore new ways to break free of fixed mindsets and foster new kinds of growth. Interrupt ...
 
We dedicate this work to the brave and humble that are willing to do the most challenging work known to man: that deep and constant journey within the self to look at and embrace those things within us that we don't like, that don't serve us, and that continue to cause the painful experiences in our lives. We're dedicated to those who understand we are neither good nor bad. Instead, we are consciously willing to continue the journey to our highest self.Our wish is that you will identify with ...
 
The Brand, Interrupted™ Podcast is hosted by Brittany Hammond, and is a space dedicated to inspire, teach and heal though the power of story, resilience and vulnerability. Each week, I’ll be bringing to you guest entrepreneurs, artists, authors, speakers and influencers in a series of real, raw and unfiltered conversations around the courage to be yourself, the audacity to embrace your life + business, and how to speak your truth.
 
This is Imposter, Interrupted, where hard work, balance and community come together to interrupt insecurity and get us to where we aspire to be. What makes the women around me doubt themselves? What have they done to overcome that doubt? How have the women around me sought to take care of themselves, to take care of their families, and to have fun, all without spreading themselves too thin? What can we all learn from each other about how to better achieve work/life balance? What is work/life ...
 
This fortnightly podcast is a motivation for three Scottish cinefiles to meet up regularly, catch up, and talk about our favourite movies. We’ve been stockpiling material for some time now and have decided to finally take the plunge, releasing our podcast into the wider world. We’ll be posting new material regularly, not necessarily in the order it was recorded, but that shouldn’t matter as our focus is on classic and cult cinema, and only rarely mentioning new releases. We hope you enjoy li ...
 
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(no open sorry!) Welcome back to the Sorry to Interrupt podcast everyone! After a few weeks off, Tom and Sean catch up on the 2021 NFL draft including the Jets and Giants before discussing the Aaron Rodgers saga and noteworthy matchups from the locals’ 2021-2022 schedules. Next, the guys talk NBA as the final days of the regular season wind down an…
 
For many persons of faith it has been our cultural to turn to God and pray to ask for relief, direction, and/or healing when we experience a traumatic life event. We have exercised the same practices when we or a family member displays unrecognizable or misunderstood behaviors. For generations, rather than seek professional guidance, we excuse thes…
 
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In this episode of Dev Interrupted we get into exactly what Chaos Engineering is, how it came to be and how you can implement it at your organization. Join the Dev Interrupted Continuous Improvement watch party on May 20th with leaders from GitHub, Netflix and Honeycomb: https://linearb.io/continuous-improvement-leaders/…
 
Jeff enjoys going to the ballpark to see the Mariners play as much as the next fan, but the $30 parking and $10 beer charges do add up, especially if you bring the family. The minor league experience is more purely enjoyable. You're closer to the action and don't have to take out a second mortgage to afford the evening. You also get to enjoy the wa…
 
One of the biggest fears shared by people in the UK is public speaking, from getting sweaty palms to freezing on stage, we’ve all got our own horror stories about talking in front of a crowd! This week, Richard and Trent are joined by speaking coach, Peter Hopwood. Listen in as they try to figure out what makes this phobia so powerful, while Peter …
 
The Book Interrupted women, and their fan Squiggy, begin their first conversation on their Series 4 and first fan book choice: “White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism” by Robin Diangelo. Each member expresses individually how they feel either before reading or beginning to read “White Fragility”, then they continue …
 
send fan art to: gurlinterrupter@gmail.com (girl with a "u".... and there's two R's in interrupter. I know this is difficult. You can sent it to me on instagram, if you prefer @girl.interrupter or twitter @interrupterpod. Or-- send it via. carrier pigeon with a dick pic on the side). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to mak…
 
The open source community is the most pure expression of collaboration and engineering that exists today. That’s why we’ve brought in Doron Gill, the VP of Engineering at Logz.io, to answer our questions about open source security, implementation, and which companies an open source tool stack is perfect for. Join the Dev Interrupted watch party on …
 
In this episode of Business, Interrupted, Richard digs through Trent’s diaries from when he was a child. They uncover his competitiveness and wonder if this trait contributed largely to his success as an adult. Listen now for an insightful discussion about how competitiveness can be either beneficial or disastrous to business. Should we strive to b…
 
Childhood poverty is a crisis affecting over 1 billion children worldwide, including over 350 million children living on less than $1.90 a day. While most of us take food, shelter, medical care, and education for granted - rarely appreciating the material abundance we have - these children often go to bed hungry, unsure where their next meal will c…
 
The six women discuss feedback and comments they received from Book Interrupted Series 3, Episodes 1 through 5, on “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer. Discussion Points: What was it like for previous generations of women and their periods? First period experiences - “am I dying?" Menstrual education fo…
 
In the midst of police killings of innocent unarmed Black Men, meet two young black men who reconnected with God and committed to stopping generational trauma in our youths in a unique methods. Both Kirk Wesley, a lead organizer for Congregations Organized for a New CT (CONECT) and Chaz Carmon, President for "ICE The Beef" are disrupting generation…
 
RIP Robin Williams Check out Jack Moody's podcast! - The Neighbors Upstairs And My Gun is Huge on Twitch! Music: DJMJ - Magic Carpet Ride (DJMJ Bootleg) - Steppenwolf RokuRc - A Friend Like Me (Sim Gretina ‘Electro Swing’ Remix) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice me…
 
Welcome into another edition of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! It’s just Tom and Sean back at it today to discuss the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and a quick recap of the Masters before the guys do some Yankees therapy and touch on Jacob deGrom’s greatness. Lastly, talk in a new found golden era in New York basketball between the Nets and K…
 
What is it like to work at Netflix as a developer? How do they think about culture, their customers and engineering productivity? In this incredible episode of Dev Interrupted, I bring in Kathryn Koehler, the Director of Productivity Engineering at Netflix, to chat about what makes Netflix so unique and why they are standardizing data-driven engine…
 
From trying to create televised edits from home, to searching for feel-good stories in the middle of a global health crisis; we hear what it’s really been like for local broadcasters during the pandemic. In this episode of Business, Interrupted, Trent and Richard talk to friend and Head of Output at Notts TV, Owen Shipton. Owen discusses his experi…
 
In this bonus episode, the Book Interrupted six women ask questions and chat with Kirsten Karchmer, author of “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” Discussion Points: Perimenopause - how can we tell if there is something wrong or are the symptoms linked to perimenopause? Is it like reverse puberty? How important is sleep dur…
 
The Book Interrupted six women continue discussions inspired by reading “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer. In this episode they touch on topics of painful periods, men living in women’s bodies for a month, sexual and menstrual education, period underwear, perimenopause, and naturopaths versus doctors.…
 
Welcome back in to the Sorry to Interrupt Podcast! It’s that time of year again when Mike French joins us to fo a FULL NFL Draft preview with his “French 5” at each position, his entire 1st Round mock draft and his entire round-by-round mock draft for both the Jets and Giants. Stay tuned for more episodes coming soon including Frenchy’s full draft …
 
This composition is mostly about dicks… under the sea! I’m getting good at this audio shit.Music:Amani Jae Entertainment Little Mermaid - Under The Sea (Amani Jae Remix) - https://soundcloud.com/amani-jae-entertainment/under-the-sea-amani-jae-remixUnder The Sea Rock Cover - The Little Mermaid - MrRunnerholic - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giRVDe…
 
Ian Nowland, the SVP of Core Engineering at DataDog. Ian joins us to share his experience coaching engineering managers and how the reality is different from the books. We get into Ian’s seven categories of engineering management, how to take your ego out of your mistakes, and how to measure the impact of your team. Join the Dev Interrupted discord…
 
This week is a good example of what happens when you tell a story and a chain reaction ensues. Someone is reminded of their own story and theirs kicks out yet another one and so on. It happens all the time and Jeff is hoping that one of his stories might inspire you to send yours along, to possibly be shared (and elevated) in a future Hoytus Interr…
 
Today, Brandon Caton sits down with Steve Hallman to share stories about chasing gobblers in Maryland. They talk about past hunts and get ready for the 2021 season. They share tactics and discuss ethics while trying to find the words that convey just how much hunting and specifically turkey hunting means to them both. The Interrupted Podcast Websit…
 
In this day and age we would all like to believe that we’re nearing a gender equal society, but how much progress have we really made towards achieving this? This week, Richard is joined by CCM Creative’s Managing Director, Tina Brown to discuss all things female empowerment. The pair sit down to discuss important gender topics including: unconscio…
 
The Book Interrupted six women discuss their lives, inspired by reading “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer. In this episode they touch on topics of periods, mental health, medical research, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, cutting back caffeine, drinking more water, and the lack of access to period pro…
 
Listen to Ryan's podcast This week, Ryan mansplains some of the dumb ideas surrounding religion. I open up about the origin of my insecurities. Ryan enlightens us about an effective victimization strategy (as a white male). The discussion also explores ALL of the stereotypes that exist today. Jews, African Americans, Mexicans, pedophiles, dumb peop…
 
On this episode of Digitally Interrupted we interview a young lady by the name of Fabienne who lives in Lebanon. For the past 6 months (after the explosion in Beirut) they haven't been able to form a government to please the people. Fabienne has been very vocal about her disagreements about how people are being treated in her country. They have lim…
 
Featured Guest: Dr. Kim Bercovitz, Ph.D, Health Behavior Scientist and Chief Wellness Officer at Byte-Size Wellness With the global pandemic exacerbating our stress levels, how can we keep our health in check? When faced with a stress-induced thyroid disorder, Dr. Kim Bercovitz, Ph.D, Health Behavior Scientist and Chief Wellness Officer at Byte-Siz…
 
Faith can not produce life where fear has made its home. If you need to be encouraged through your fight with fears and it’s somberly effects please get lifted from full of fear to filled with faith with this elevation as you are reminded that your faith is greater than any fear. Follow me on IG @misstabitha_ & @nointerruptionspodcast--- Support th…
 
Becoming a better leader is a mission that we all need to make a priority. Today, I am joined by Echelon Front team member Codey Gandy. Codey is a Marine Corps veteran and an Echelon Front instructor for the Field Training Exercise (FTX) program. In 2015, the New York Times best selling book Extreme Ownership was released by Jocko Willink and Leif …
 
From being followed home to being reprimanded for doing your job, what effects can a bad boss have on a business and its employees? As lockdown restrictions continue to ease and people slowly begin returning to the office, Trent and Richard sit down with CCM’s very own Head of Operations, Shaun Bentley, as they tackle the problem of ‘bad’ bosses. L…
 
The Book Interrupted six women share their thoughts while reading “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer, followed by group discussions on their experiences with perimenopause, urinary incontinence, cysts and menstrual cups. Just because something is common, does not mean that it’s normal. Discussion Point…
 
Rachel Clarke is a doctor, campaigner and bestselling writer. She started off as a TV journalist, making documentaries about subjects ranging from the Monica Lewinsky scandal to the civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She retrained as a doctor in her late twenties and is now a palliative care doctor and a passionate campaigner for the NH…
 
Welcome into episode 192 of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! On today’s show, Tom and Sean start by recapping the Final 4 and share their personal glory in their bracket tournaments before moving on to analysis of the Sam Darnold trade. Next, Tom breaks down EVERYTHING Masters including his foursome before diving into some NBA news and notes and tho…
 
Listen to Ryan's podcast This weeks episode is dedicated to my listeners in Canada... because it's dumb. I couldn't help but notice, my dumbest episodes have a tendency to do really well for my stats in Canada so thanks guys! This week we break down some of the most compelling conspiracy theories including: what the moon is made of (if anything) an…
 
We’re tackling one of the most ambiguous and subjective roles in the software engineering career path, the Staff Engineer. Many companies don’t even have this role, and the ones that do have a hard time defining exactly what it means. Will Larson, the CTO of Calm, and author of the new book, Staff Engineer: Leadership Beyond the Management Track, j…
 
Most days are fairly quiet on my island. The Sheriff's Report in the local paper is usually pretty light reading, and when sirens blare in the distance, we hold our collective breath as there's a decent chance we know whoever is in distress. Last Monday was a distinct exception, starting and ending with different tales of drama, tension and uncerta…
 
Little over a year ago, the working landscape was still considered ‘normal’. Now, as we start to get an idea of how COVID-19 has changed the working environment forever, we discuss the evolution of working from home. Having discovered 70% of global employees report a higher job satisfaction from working at home and 56% feel more productive; we pond…
 
The Book Interrupted six women continue their conversation inspired by “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” by Kirsten Karchmer. Exploring issues of education, Goddess mythology, and being comfortable talking about menstruation, they chat about their own personal period experiences and how to teach their children about thei…
 
Julia Hobsbawm is an entrepreneur, writer and expert on connectedness in the machine age. She founded the network and media business Editorial Intelligence and the Social Capital Network for BAME professionals and was awarded an OBE for services to business in 2015. Her books include Fully Connected and The Simplicity Principle, which won two award…
 
Follow JJ Whitehead on Twitter... and Instagram... and YouTube.This week I’m giving you guys an extra long, super special!!! Why?! Because we have a super special guest, stand-up comedian and writer for the Jim Jeffery’s Show, JJ Whitehead! Whitehead is a pretty cool dude, I must say—and if it weren’t for this pandemic, I probably wouldn’t have had…
 
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