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[Un]Common Law is the place where public policy, legal issues, and storytelling collide. That means sometimes we dive into the weeds on the biggest legal, government, or tax stories; examining a single topic or big idea, and reporting it out in a multiple episode series or special single episode. Hosted by Adam Allington.
 
Uncommon is a show that asks the Why on Business, Media, Current Affairs and Sport. Hosted by Jordan Michaelides, previous guests include Wil Anderson, Dr Karl, Stephanie Miller, Justin Dry, Jeff Kennett and Jonathan Hallinan. To learn more about our guests, head to neuralle.com/uncommon.
 
Being a Christian Teen Girl today can be tough. Join UncommonTEEN founder and author of the Dare to Be Devotional, Jamie Kirschner each week as she helps teen girls like you discover your true identity in Christ, overcome insecurities and step into your God-given purpose. We'll be talking about things like how to develop great friendships, how to deal with girl drama, and so much more.
 
Welcome to Uncommon. We do things a little differently around here, but greatness ain't normal and neither are the most interesting people. I'll share tools, strategies and ideas for harnessing your power and bring guests on for conversations around how to be exceptionally interesting. Come along for the ride, and you might just become an Uncommoner. Uncommon: Break Free From The Ordinary Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/logocentrifugal/support
 
Formerly D&D&3Vs. We are a D&D 5e Podcast. We are fools, dweebs, dorks, and nerds, so there is plenty to love. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll get angry. Join Nefeli the romantically inept centaur, Edgar the edgy teen, Billiam the Satan worshiping, heavy metal Bard, and Keesla the deceivingly sociopathic snake man. Nothing but fun times to be had.
 
Growing a business in Kentucky has its share of challenges. At CrowdSouth, we assist businesses with their marketing efforts every day. The Uncommonwealth of Kentucky is a podcast where we speak to our clients, associates, and friends who have their own unique take on their path to business success in this great state we live in and beyond.
 
Stacey Harris is CEO of podcast production agency, Uncommonly More. Each week Stacey shares actionable strategies you can use to grow your business with your podcast. Meaning you’re not just looking to get more listeners, but clients. She’ll share strategies, support, and inspiration on navigating your podcast to-do list, and getting better results from your show.
 
Follow the link to connect with us: linktr.ee/uncommonhistory We discover little-known facts of uncommon history. History is full of curious characters and interesting stories you will never discover in any textbook. We discover fun facts of historical events, interesting places, famous people, and everything in between. Follow the link to connect with us: https://linktr.ee/uncommonhistory If you have a question about a previous podcast or would like for us to cover a topic please select the ...
 
'Take This Seriously Media' presents ‘The Uncommon Truth Podcast' where what you 'do' know by common knowledge... can hurt you. The purpose of this podcast is to equip you with the tools to not be taken advantage of by those who understand the power of information but don’t necessarily have our best interests.
 
Disruption, reinvention, pushing the boundaries – these are the currency of advertising, marketing and modern business, and traits possessed by guests interviewed on the Advertising Week stage. Hear thought provoking ideas – from former heavyweight boxers to pop stars and cinematic legends – through people having an outsized impact on our world.
 
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Repressed anger can be an underlying cause of anxiety and depression, disrupting relationships, thinking and behavior patterns, and create a variety of physical problems. Lucia DiVieste is a licensed psychotherapist and registered dance therapist treating women to overcome their anxiety and depression with her drama therapy besides a traditional on…
 
Casting about for a definition of Europe, the eminent French poet and essayist Paul Valéry told a student audience in Zurich, circa 1922: « Any people and land that has been successively Romanized, Christianized, and as regards to the mind, disciplined by the Greeks, is absolutely European.” Laid waste by deathly totalitarian ideologies, then hoist…
 
Get all the links mentioned in the episode here: bit.ly/226-monicagingold (00:04) - Welcome to Uncommon (00:21) - Guest introduction & travel (01:32) - Monica’s earliest memory & childhood (04:56) - Introduction to business (11:12) - Dealing with chronic fatigue (15:37) - Finding the makeup world (20:19) - Monica's start in makeup (24:27) - Monica'…
 
For our latest episode, I sat down with MEV Senpai, one of the top searchers in Ethereum. He gave us the unique inside perspective of someone who finds and captures MEV himself. The result was a long & intense convo, one of the best I've had in a while. We discussed: The structure and actors of the MEV game What is searching, how can you learn it, …
 
Cracking down on large tech companies may be one of the few remaining areas of political consensus in Washington D.C. However, many legal experts caution that antitrust cases could take years to complete and the outcomes are far from certain. Still others claim that the recent focus on antitrust is more about punishing tech platforms for being succ…
 
Amy Zegart is the Morris Arnold and Nona Jean Cox Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where she chairs the Working Group on Technology, Economics, and Governance. She’s also a professor of political science at Stanford, and an expert on intelligence, cybersecurity, and big tech. In this wide-ranging conversation, Professor Zegart discusses the…
 
Epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws explains how Australia can reach herd immunity against COVID-19 and when children should be vaccinated against the virus in Australia. She also discusses the Delta variant outbreak in NSW, the reality of Long COVID, and whether we will ever be able to treat this virus “like the flu,” as the Prime Minister…
 
Epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws explains how Australia can reach herd immunity against COVID-19 and when children should be vaccinated against the virus in Australia. She also discusses the Delta variant outbreak in NSW and its concerning trajectory, the reality of Long COVID, and whether we will ever be able to treat this virus “like t…
 
Follow the link to connect with us or join our community: https://linktr.ee/uncommonhistory We talk with Gary Foreman about the Battle of the Alamo. “Gary is a true visionary, who thinks on a grand scale, and is not afraid to go where other, more timid souls fear to tread. He is a master photographer, filmmaker, and historian. Absolute accuracy and…
 
Did you know that God loves you so much and there’s nothing that you can do about it! It’s so true! When the world says things like, “I will love you if…” or “If you do this one thing, I will love you,” God says, “I love you…period!” There’s nothing that you can do to get Him to love you any more and there’s nothing you can do to get Him to love yo…
 
Stacey shares her key takeaways from 10 years as an entrepreneur and how you can apply them to your business now. From dreaming big to consistently showing up, she shares what’s worked and what’s gone off the rails over the years so you can learn from her and accelerate your growth. She also gives some insights into what it’s really like to run an …
 
Okay, so we talked all about the first season of dating , the season of growth, but what do when we get to the season where we feel like God is moving us into the direction of dating? This next season is going to be the season of discovery. In the season of discovery, you have developed a strong personal relationship with Jesus. This is a season of…
 
Hassan Yussuff joins Nate to discuss a just and fair transition for workers as we set Canada on a credible path towards net zero, with reference to his work as co-chair of the Task Force on Just Transition for Canadian Coal Power Workers and Communities. Yussuff was recently appointed to the Senate, after serving two terms as the president of the C…
 
Football’s oldest international fixture, Scotland-England games have routinely showcased a fever pitch of politically-infused rivalry, and this year’s Euro 2021 proved no exception. Not only were the Scots ecstatic to draw against their English “Auld Enemy” at Wembley in their first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup—many of them even cheere…
 
Sudden changes and losses in life are hard to bear. Covid-19 has made people suffer through a lot of job losses causing financial and family issues. Jasmine Rice who is an experienced person of life transitioning, including divorce and job loss, did not give up but transformed herself from surviving to thriving by shifting her mindset. She is a tra…
 
Chesterton has something to say about everything, right? What about the world of medicine? Virginia de la Lastra, a medical doctor and infectious disease specialist from Chile, reveals that Chesterton has been secretly a doctor this whole time. He has a diagnosis for a world that is sick, but he also has the cure. Find out what it is on this episod…
 
I want to fill you in on a secret in podcasting… Sometimes support isn’t the answer. Shocking, I know. But the truth is, not everything can be outsourced (telling you what can’t be in this week’s podcast episode). BUT WHEN IT CAN be outsourced - you have to make some educated hiring decisions. What will make your hiring decisions educated you ask? …
 
Get all the links mentioned in the episode here: bit.ly/225-deonstmor Skip through the episode: (00:05) - Welcome to Uncommon (00:22) - Guest introduction (00:32) - Conscientious, noticing the little things & switching off (06:25) - Earliest memory & imprinting moments (11:32) - Curiosities: the how & why of things (15:09) - Pushing boundaries & cl…
 
Hello all!! In this episode I share my thoughts on coming out as an adult and dealing with having insecurities. Here are the resources I discuss: Johnnyswim- Touching Heaven . First Try . Nao- Saturn. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqA3qg_TK1w ( He talks about parents being Christian but I believe these can apply to other people as well. He also h…
 
With dating being so prevalent today, it seems like it’s just normal to have a boyfriend and if you don’t then there has to be something wrong with you. If that’s something you have believed, I encourage you not to believe that lie. I had a friend in high school whose sole purpose in high school was to get a boyfriend. She felt like she was a nobod…
 
People for A Living Moorabool's Cameron Steele and water law and nature rights expert Dr Erin O'Donnell discuss Victoria's most flow-stressed river – the Moorabool River, near Ballarat and Geelong. They also discuss their new documentary film about it called, THE RIVER MOORABOOL. Broadcast on 29 June 2021.…
 
Can you imagine waking up one day and no longer having the ability to see? listen in as we have an amazing guest speaker who is blind but has been living her vision through music. Lachi has been an opening artist for Patti LaBelle and featured on the Oprah Winfrey radio show. She will be joining Uncommon Women to share her journey of how music has …
 
Listeners may recall the clash between two of Western liberalism’s sacred cows that unfolded in France last year as part of the so-called “affaire Mila”. This 16-year-old online socialite was met with a ghastly downpour of abuse upon sharing on Instagram her dislike of Islamic mores. So far, so reprehensible, you may think. Except that Mila’s impet…
 
Leonid Volkov is Alexei Navalny's top aide, and he joins Nate to discuss the fight against corruption and for democracy in Russia. Upon his return to Russia after being poisoned, Navalny has been imprisoned by Russian authorities in order to silence opposition. Volkov himself has been forced out of the country, subject to false and politically moti…
 
Dr Richard Denniss talks about his newly updated book, 'Econobabble: How to Decode Political Spin and Economic Nonsense.' Econobabble is the incomprehensible economic jargon politicians and commentators use to dress up their self-interest as the national interest, to make the absurd seem inevitable or the inequitable seem fair. Richard is the Chief…
 
Get all the links mentioned in the episode here: bit.ly/224-katmoses Skip through the episode: (00:04) - Welcome to Uncommon (00:22) - Guest intro & touch football (01:17) - TikTok favourites (02:51) - Kat’s earliest memory (05:16) - Childhood: growing up & aspirations (13:23) - Lessons from childhood (16:44) - Lessons from Kat's early career (21:0…
 
Hello all!! In this episode we talk about sex! I have many conversations about this topic and it seems to me that people lack confidence and knowledge about their and other peoples bodies. I share some of my tips for navigating sex and pleasure. Here are the links I mentioned, as always this list isn't exhaustive so please do your own research as w…
 
All right, so this week we are continuing our two part series on Crushes, Flirting and Dating…are they okay? Last week, we talked all about crushes…we talked about what crushes are, if it is a sin to have a crush, and what we should do when we do have a crush. If you missed last week’s episode, I highly encourage you to check it out. So, I have to …
 
Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book on the explosion of sexual violence and harassment in Europe, was published in early 2021. Since then, the book has sparked a worldwide discussion online and offline about the immigration of huge numbers of mostly young Muslim men (more than 3 million, by some repor…
 
Check out our guest speaker as she will be speaking on her testimony.Jacquie Galvin is an Ohio State University School of Journalism graduate and author. She has pursued a number of writing and sales courses. She's also the author of several novels, including A Tease Of Murder. Jacquie's story begins on a January day when her son becomes ill and ne…
 
“It was the rise of Athens and the fear it instilled in Sparta that made war inevitable”. Writing over 24 centuries ago about the Peloponnesian War, Thucydides’ timeless commentary speaks to the tension arising when an emerging power threatens to overtake an established one, raising the odds of open conflict. Just like Sparta and Athens rallied nei…
 
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