Law School Podcaster is your online source for information, insight and advice on the law school admission process. We deliver relevant information and advice through biweekly audio segments for those planning to apply for a JD. Topics include everything from a behind-the-scenes view of the admission process to post-law school job opportunities and current market trends. Guests include deans of various law schools, alumni, LSAT test preparation companies, law school admissions authors, law school admissions consultants and more. On each segment, we will go in-depth on a particular topic of interest to a law school applicant and interview relevant experts to help make your application process more efficient and successful and to help you gain acceptance to the right law school for you.
By Your Guide to Law School
The Life Habits mentoring podcast series helps you learn new habits to optimize your life so that you can stay sane in this crazy world. We all have good and bad habits in all aspect of our lives, at work, at home, with friends and associates, in relationships and in our approach to health, spirituality, and our overall outlook on life. We often don’t know that we have certain bad habits and when we do, they’re often difficult to break. Similarly, we often aren’t aware of new habits that would be really good for us and often need to learn ways of forming these good habits and making them stick. Join Karel Vredenburg for this podcast series and optimize your life.
By Karel Vredenburg
Natalie Sisson's Quest for Freedom - Experiments in Personal, Financial, Physical, Business, Relationship and Financial Freedom.Join Now to Follow
After 7 years of being obsessed with freedom, bestselling author, TEDx speaker and Chief Adventurer of the multiple six-figure business 'The Suitcase Entrepreneur', Natalie Sisson realised even though she had finally earned a ton of freedom, she didn't truly understand what it meant. So in 2017 she is embarking on a Quest for Freedom, designed to help her, and you, discover what freedom really means. She's taking a business sabbatical, and putting all her years experience of coaching others to build freedom businesses, into the hands of her small but talented team, her systems and sales funnels, to see if they will stand the test of time, so that Natalie can fire herself from her business in April. Join Natalie on her year of becoming a student of life. Each season she'll experiment with a new facet of freedom including personal, physical, relationship and financial freedom, with herself as the guinea pig. Full details at http://nataliesisson.com
By Natalie Sisson
With an audience spanning over sixty countries and thousands of episodes downloaded each day, Creating Success features interviews with successful, creative people. Producer and host Mitchell Anthony keeps these informative and entertaining conversations flowing, so you get the most from listening. Want help building your creative career? Subscribe now.
By Mitchell Anthony
This podcast series features Jon Reed's unscripted interviews with SAP and enterprise experts as they examine trends in SAP's product evolution, market position, and skills development. As an SAP Mentor, Enterprise Irregular and independent analyst, Jon focuses on providing SAP professionals with straight-shooting analysis on how SAP market trends are impacting the enterprise. How the SAP professional is impacted by trends such as cloud, in-memory (HANA), mobility, and collaboration are frequent themes of the podcasts - but with an eye towards customer realities over marketing hype. The ultimate goal of the SAP Trends podcast series is to provide SAP professionals with a roadmap they can use to anticipate SAP market trends, and to have some fun along the way. Outspoken views are encouraged.
By Jon Reed