Do you have dreams of owning your own business or you just want to take a peak behind the curtain to see how other people have done it? Then join lady startup, Rachel Corbett as she sits down with some of the most inspiring and successful female entrepreneurs to discover how they built their businesses from the ground up.
By Mamamia Podcast Network
Violinists (and husband and wife) Nathan Cole and Akiko Tarumoto give you an inside look at performing with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Each week brings new repertoire, conductors, soloists... and new stories from their life-long love affair with the violin, the symphony, and their family.
By Nathan Cole and Akiko Tarumoto
ˌē-kō-ˈfe-mə-nist a movement that applies feminist principles to ecological issues #ecofemmag ECOFEMINIST magazine is the heart of the web for all who acknowledge the current state of the world and accept responsibility for their part in it. These men and women are feminists. They see the connection between the repression of women and the devastation of our planet and her resources. We unite, take a stand, and together peacefully strive for Thriving Mother Earth. You know you can’t do it all, but you do your part. Your part is important, valuable and a major contribution towards good. Thank you. We’re here to remind you that what you’re doing is enough and that you are enough. ECOFEMINIST magazine focuses on the positive movements that are spreading across the world, but not without acknowledging where we are right now. We believe it’s important to continuously remind ourselves of the current reality. Albeit briefly, but it’s a necessary step in motivating ourselves to change the world. There is massive change happening in the world. Change coming from individuals, communities, businesses, non-profits, women, men and children. We’re eager to tell these stories. With sustainability, natural living, health, wellbeing, nature, spirituality, yoga and much more being a part of a larger movement. It's a great time to be alive! Keep listening to hear about all the good in the world! Are you someone or do you know an ECOFEMINIST with a great story and do you want to be featured in ECOFEMINIST? firstname.lastname@example.org @ecofemmag
By Ellen Hielkema aka ellenminty
Wowee! is a Melbourne based podcast that hopes to bring together creative communities and promote the sharing of ideas, skills and experiences in a supportive space. In each episode, hosts Penny and Esther grab their conversation shovels and dig it deep with a variety of different local designers, artists and musicians. You'll get to know the person behind the talent - their inspirations, work process and day-to-day life, while touching on their family history, personal struggles and life philosophies. More than just a podcast, Wowee! aims to inspire, encourage and bolster creativity in all its forms. Wowee! is recorded and produced by Jono Gilmour. Thanks to Pappy for providing their song 'Snacks' as our intro music.
By Esther & Penny
Daniel Diaz is a nurse, blogger, entrepreneur, and the Chief Operating Officer of Clipboard Health, a Startup Company focused on helping nurses get more out of their career and their lives. Clipboard Health is backed by top investors in Silicon Valley, including YCombinator. Daniel started the Project Nurse Podcast to interview top nurses, doctors, educators and technologists to share their knowledge and inspire Student Nurses, RNs, CNAs, LVNs, APRNs, to achieve their dreams.
By Daniel Diaz RN, BSN: Nurse Entrepreneur, Nursing Podcast Host, Lifestyle Design
Starving Artist is a podcast about art, money, and how to combine those things. If you’re a creative who’s ever wondered “how the hell do I make this work?!” then this podcast is for you. The show is basically an excuse for host and honesty enthusiast Honor Eastly to ask successful artists really nosy questions about their financial situation, and record the conversation. This is a no-holds-barred exploration of the reality behind the Starving Artist myth, and season one features 12 interviews with some of Australia's most incisive young artists including Frances Cannon, Becky Sui Zhen, Abbey Rich, Wendy Syfret (i-D / VICE) and Steve Roggenbuck. The podcast takes us behind the curtain and into the machine room of contemporary artists, taking on everything from how to make a living from Instagram, how to negotiate a raise in the arts, to how to get out of your private freelancer tax shame.
By Honor Eastly
Love radio? Want to make it in the radio industry? Game Changers: Radio gives you access to intimate conversations with those who have known success and failure in their radio careers. We’ve spoken to the best of the best in Australia: Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Eddie McGuire, Fifi Box, Tony Martin, Mick Molloy, Amanda Keller and Kyle Sandilands, to name a few. We’ve also spoken to the best in the United Kingdom, including Christian O’Connell and Ken Bruce, and even a few stars from the United States, like Broadway Bill Lee. Follow our Host Craig Bruce (@cb_bruce) and Executive Producer Jay Mueller (@bad_producer), and check out www.radiogamechangers.com for more.
By Bad Producer Productions