Movers & Thinkers from Nashville Public Radio takes you into the minds of some of Nashville's most interesting innovators as they discuss everything from art to business, food to technology, and much in between. Hosted by reporter Emily Siner.
By Nashville Public Radio
Photography Marketing Masters is a podcast created for you, the working professional photographer. If you're looking for motivation, inspiration and proven advice you can take action on you can listen to at your leisure, Nigel Merrick delivers it to you - every day of the week. Each episode brings you a different successful photographer or expert marketer who shares their own journey and nuggets of advice that they are using every day to earn a great living. My promise to you: No fluff, no BS, just pure advice to get you and your business moving!
By Photography Marketing Coach Nigel Merrick interviews successful professional photographers and expert marketers ~ Market your photography business and find more clients!
As long as there’s been language, there have been forbidden words. What gives these words their power? Why are they considered “bad”? Producer and Host, Matt Fidler, reaches out to experts, linguists, and historians to explore these words and their cultural significance. From diving into specific bad words to exploring what language has the “worst curses”, Matt weaves personal stories and interviews to help shed light on the power of very bad words.
Weekly interviews from the world of Apple by Leander Kahney, editor and publisher of the Cult of Mac blog and co-host of the ever-popular CultCast podcast. Lots of Steve Jobs stories.
By Cult of Mac.com
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s book "A Little Princess" begins as seven year old Sara Crewe is dropped off at a boarding school by her rich father. She has grown up in India and has lived a very pampered life. Even though she is rich, she is very friendly to everyone and the students all love her. Unfortunately, the woman in charge of the school does not like Sara and when her father dies on a business trip, the head mistress is angry that she will not get the money she is owed for Sara’s care. She makes her live in the attic with the maid and to do chores to earn her keep at the school. Sara is mistreated, but still remains kind to others and helps anyone she can. One day, Sara finds some money and buys some food from a bakery. When the baker sees her give away most of the food to a beggar girl, he believes Sara is a princess and invites the little beggar girl to live with his family. Sara continues to teach the smaller children and withstands the abuse from the adults around her. When a strange man moves into the house next door, Sara becomes friends with his servant. He is impressed with how kind she is and is angered about her treatment at the school. He secretly sends her food to help her in some small way. Eventually, Sara discovers something very important about the man who is helping her. A Little Princess is an amazing book that proves again that dreams can come true. It also shows that even when life is not going the way you would like it, you should still treat others the way you want to be treated. The end of the story is very satisfying, but readers will want to know more about this special little girl.
By Loyal Books
Do you want to pursue your creativity but are unsure where to start? Do you want to take your side project to the next level and attract clients? If so, then the Perspective Podcast is for you. Scotty Russell of Perspective-Collective wants to encourage you to scratch that creative itch as you don't know who you could impact when you share your work. Each week he dishes out short, fiery episodes to give you an extra push to make time to pursue something that's important to you. There will be adversity along the way, but these episodes are designed to keep moving your creative career forward. Keep showing up, keep putting in the work and keep creating...you got this!
By Scotty Russell | Perspective-Collective