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Rad Awakenings with Khe Hy show

Rad Awakenings with Khe HyJoin Now to Follow

Khe Hy was one of the youngest Managing Directors at BlackRock before he took the plunge into deep, uncomfortable self-exploration. Bloomberg called him "The Wall Street Guru" and CNN "Oprah for Millennials" and he is the creator of the Rad Reads newsletter and Quartz's First Entrepreneur in Residence. The Rad Awakenings podcast tells the stories of individuals who are stuck, undergoing transitions, or embarking on new adventures. These authentic and vulnerable conversations will teach us about power of emotional self-regulation, introspection, and growth mindsets. Find out more at http://radreads.co

By Khe Hy

The Mumbo Report show

The Mumbo ReportJoin Now to Follow

Tim Burrowes from mUmBRELLA keeps you up to date with all the latest media, marketing & advertising news.

By Tim Burrowes & Studio 33

MDRT Ideas show

MDRT IdeasJoin Now to Follow

MDRT Ideas is the new podcast series from The Million Dollar Round Table. Professionals share their best ideas be it connecting with clients, innovative ways to market your business, and skyrocketing your business to the next level. Subscribe on iTunes today!

By Million Dollar Round Table

Actionable Books show

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By Actionable Books

The Bloomberg Advantage show

The Bloomberg AdvantageJoin Now to Follow

Carol Massar, Cory Johnson, and Vonnie Quinn cover business and technology stories with top-tier guests. Hosted by Carol Massar, Cory Johnson, Vonnie Quinn

By Bloomberg News

Politics in Music, Courtney Brown, Emory University show

Politics in Music, Courtney Brown, Emory UniversityJoin Now to Follow

Welcome to the world of political music. From Beethoven to the Beatles, Bob Marley to hip-hop, and everything in between, politics and music have intermixed. Now with the rise of the Internet, new musical styles, and an increasingly global culture, music has become a crucial means of transmitting political ideas. This course examines how music can lead to political transformation. Protest music, patriotic music, nationalist music, labor music, pop, hip-hop, and even classical are all here.

By Courtney Brown, Ph.D.

The Art of Rhetoric show

The Art of RhetoricJoin Now to Follow

This podcast features lectures covering the history of rhetoric as a discipline from its origins in ancient Greece through the rise of postmodernism. These lectures constitute a basic overview of rhetoric as practiced in the Western tradition. Hosted by Dr. Ted Remington

By Ted Remington

Recent Talks » The Veritas Forum show

Recent Talks » The Veritas ForumJoin Now to Follow

Get recent events as soon as they go online! Updated 2-3 weeks after the date of the Veritas Forum. Hosting hundreds of scholars at dozens of college campuses, The Veritas Forum is an opportunity to explore life's hardest questions in relation to the person and story of Jesus Christ.

By The Veritas Forum

Research To Practice | Oncology Videos show

Research To Practice | Oncology VideosJoin Now to Follow

Featuring the video recorded proceedings of events held in conjunction with important scientific symposia, live webcasts and closed meetings featuring the perspectives of renowned clinical investigators, these videos provide an overview of important advances in the management of a number of solid tumors and hematologic cancers.

By Dr Neil Love

Are You Just Watching? show

Are You Just Watching?Join Now to Follow

Are You Just Watching? is about critical thinking for Christians as they watch popular media such as movies and TV shows. We are more than a Christian reviews site since PluggedIn Online already does such a wonderful job. We take a critical look at philosophies and ideas behind and promoted by entertainment media, and then discuss these based on a biblical worldview. For example, the evolutionism in Jurassic Park, the user-program relationship in Tron, or the messianic characteristics of Neo in the Matrix trilogy. Each conversation has one end-objective in mind, that you don't just watch, but also think and learn.

By Eve Franklin, Tim Martin, Daniel J. Lewis