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The news you need to know to start your day. Five top news stories and why they matter. Seven days a week, with deep-dive Sunday episodes. Hosted by Taylor Wilson, Shannon Rae Green and PJ Elliott. Discover more USA TODAY podcasts at usatoday.com/podcasts
 
Welcome to 5 Things I Know Now: A DGH Podcast - the innovative and practical new series from the Dorset Growth Hub. Following on from the first two series of The Dorset Growth Hub podcast, we’re bringing an exciting spin to the format, where top business leaders share the five lessons that helped them find success. We'll be releasing a new episode every couple of weeks, and running live events alongside the episodes so be sure to keep up to date by registering your email at https://www.dorse ...
 
5 Things About is for you and your inner curious cat. The part of you that just loves to know what others know about inventions, ideas, people and places. You've heard the proverb "curiosity killed the cat" ... the rest of the proverb is "but satisfaction brought it back." The 5 Things About podcast is a University of Melbourne training program created by Dr Andi Horvath.
 
Each episode host LOREN KLING sits down with a different guest and asks them to share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their life. Paths altered by a person, a place, or a moment in time. The format of the show is unique in that the guests have already thought about the questions (what are the “5 Things” that changed their lives) and the answers (why those moments are important to them) before they ever sit down to chat. Previous guests come from a wide range of backgr ...
 
Natalie Diaz: Mom. Wife. Entrepreneur. Dog Lover (but not in that way) and all around swell chick opens up in this weekly podcast venting, celebrating and rolling her eyes at how she could have done things differently. Celebrity guests (at least in her mind), round out the show guaranteed to make you laugh and/or groan at the excessive amount of ridiculousness that can occur in one quick pod. Join us and see what Nat could have done differently this week.
 
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He addressed the nation yesterday as approval ratings have plummeted. Plus, voting rights legislation fails in the Senate, education reporter Alia Wong talks about day care closings because of omicron, the Sundance Film Festival kicks off and tech reporter Brett Molina talks about 5G near airports. (Audio: Associated Press) See Privacy Policy at ht…
 
Whether it’s putting faith in yourself or believing in your team, the power of confidence can truly bring the best out of your business. It takes a great deal of confidence to set up a business in the midst of uncertainty, but Susannah Brade-Waring did just that in the wake of 2008’s financial crisis, and Aspirin Business Solutions has been co-crea…
 
Only a handful of documents will be made available - for now. Plus, reporter Sarah Elbeshbishi explains how some states make a distinction between sexual assault victims who were forced to be intoxicated and those who chose to do so, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken meets with Ukrainian leaders amid Russia tensions, tech reporter Brett Molina exp…
 
Democrats were able to pass a bill through the House, but doing so in the Senate may be impossible without eliminating the filibuster. Plus, research from Israel shows a 4th COVID-19 vaccine dose may not be as effective against omicron, we hear some tips on finding at-home COVID-19 tests, Tonga remains isolated after a tsunami and a massive asteroi…
 
Patient safety reporter Karen Weintraub explains why there's optimism. Plus, it's Martin Luther King Jr. Day amid a fresh voting rights fight, hostages are free after a Texas synagogue attack, breaking news reporter Claire Thornton talks about disparities in cancer deaths and the Australian Open begins without Novak Djokovic. Episode Transcript ava…
 
Reviewed.com, a sister news site to USA TODAY recently launched a new reviewed category for accessibility products. It's got firsthand reviews from people with disabilities using adaptable products. We sat down with accessibility editor, Sarah Kovac to talk about the gold mine of resources being offered in the new coverage. To read some of Sarah's …
 
President Biden made a major speech last week in Georgia on the need for new voting rights legislation, but some of his supporters say the time for talk is over. We examine why Senate Democrats still face a logjam from within their own party and the potential impact new restrictions could have on the midterms later this year. Guest: Dana Bash, CNN …
 
Hundreds of thousands of test results have been called into question. Plus, Winter Storm Izzy is on the move, tech reporter Brett Molina talks about the hit game of 2022, Novak Djokovic is back in detention and the NFL Playoffs begin. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-s…
 
Money and tech reporter Michelle Shen has some good news. Plus, a winter storm slams half the country, NOW reporter Gabriela Miranda tells us how to reuse N95 or KN95 masks, tensions continue with Russia and Novak Djokovic's visa is revoked again in Australia. (Audio: Associated Press) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California …
 
The Omicron variant has forced some school districts to return to online learning, even as most public health officials say in-person learning remains safe with proper mitigation measures. We look at how the teachers’ union in Chicago forced the issue this week, and how parents are reacting. Guest: Omar Jimenez, CNN Correspondent To learn more abou…
 
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the attack on the US capitol on January 6, 2021. We look back on that day and examine what impact it could have on the upcoming midterm elections. Guests: Manu Raju, CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent; and Elle Reeve, CNN Correspondent To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.co…
 
2021 was yet another year dominated by Covid-19. As 2022 approaches, we break down how the United States is faring in the fight against the virus and get some tips on how to craft successful New Year’s resolutions. Guest: Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy…
 
The city of Mayfield, Kentucky is just beginning to rebuild after being struck by a devastating tornado outbreak. We hear stories of survival and examine why similar storm systems could become the new normal. Guest: Brynn Gingras, CNN National Correspondent To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy…
 
In 2008, a coal ash spill in Kingston, Tennessee blanketed hundreds of acres in toxic sludge, causing more than $1 billion in damage. Now, a CNN investigation found that an even larger coal ash pond in Alabama is already seeping into the groundwater, threatening an ecosystem some environmentalists call ‘America’s Amazon.’ Guest: Isabelle Chapman, C…
 
Building a business from scratch presents common pitfalls that many have learned to avoid, but there’s a unique set of challenges and pressures that come with taking the wheel of a brand with a lengthy history. Rosie Lees has been at the helm of The Embroidery Barn for the past 3 years, building on 20 years of legacy and evolving its mission for pr…
 
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard one of its most consequential cases in decades – one that could strip women of their constitutional right to an abortion. We examine the arguments on both sides and what the ruling could mean for the future of Roe vs. Wade. Guest: Ariane de Vogue, CNN Supreme Court Reporter To learn more about how CNN protects …
 
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, many movie theaters were forced to shut down. While crowds have slowly started to return, some film studios have been offering new releases on streaming services the same day they premiere in theaters. We examine how streaming has changed the movie industry, and get a quick awards season preview. Guest: Lisa Respers …
 
Although we’re firmly within the world of business, it’s important not to forget the human element behind it all, and the personal values that stand to help us all to make better connections. Andy Brown, a part-time FD/CFO and Founder of 3D FD with experience at Passenger, Armadillo, Salad and many more companies, is well-versed in collaborating wi…
 
Belarus has been accused of manufacturing a migrant crisis in Eastern Europe. For weeks, migrants have been gathering on that country’s border with Poland with hopes of crossing over to the European Union. Last week, CNN gained exclusive access to a migrant camp as violence broke out - we examine what comes next for the refugees and how Europe may …
 
If it seems like everyday items from gasoline to groceries are costing more these days, it’s because they are. A government report released last week showed consumer price inflation reaching levels not seen in 30 years. We dig into what’s causing the spike and how long we can expect it to last. Guest: Matt Egan, CNN Business Reporter To learn more …
 
The digital landscape is ever-changing, so to stay at its precipice it’s vital to step out of your comfort zone. Whether by choice or by necessity, accomplished Digital Content Creator Brogan Tate has taken that leap to diversify the videos she makes for her 80k YouTube subscribers, while creating exciting collaborations with the likes of Disney, E…
 
The marketing landscape is worlds away from where it was at the turn of the millennium, so for Matt Lawrence (who graduated with a degree in business & marketing in 2000) to stay on top of his game as Head of Marketing with Passenger, consistent learning is foundational to his successful journey. Matt features alongside Lewis-Manning Hospice Care’s…
 
The beauty behind Blink Lettering’s captivating calligraphy is the passionate Milly Withers, an aspirational young business owner applying her design skills in a variety of aesthetic applications. As it happens, variety is one of the 5 key things that have helped guide Milly’s exciting career so far. On this week’s ‘5 Things I Know Now’, Milly join…
 
Welcome back to 5 Things I Know Now: the latest podcast series from Dorset Growth Hub! Condensing the spirit behind Nathan Roach’s successful route into business ownership down to just 5 tips is a difficult task, especially for someone whose innate mindset had him catching ragworms and selling them to tackle shops at just 12 years old... Now the Fo…
 
Welcome to 5 Things I Know Now: A DGH Podcast - the innovative and practical new series from the Dorset Growth Hub. Following on from the first two series of The Dorset Growth Hub podcast, we’re bringing an exciting spin to the format, where top business leaders share the five lessons that helped them find success. Kicking off this series are the D…
 
We’re all tired of hearing how tired we are of Zoom events by now - 2021 is the year that events change forever. Whether you’re together in an auditorium or halfway round the globe, Mark Masters’ vision is to craft an experience that’s equally engaging for both parties with the advent of hybrid events. Having staged the first of the ‘You Are The Me…
 
The lava lamp is a legendary product that, while recognisable when compared with its original 1963 design, has continued to be iterated upon throughout its illustrious history. Who better to divulge how such a long-standing business like Mathmos continues to innovate well into the future than Cressida Granger, who’s owned the Poole-based company fo…
 
Today we explore ‘5 Things About’... Indigenous Knowledge. Associate Professor Sana Nakata is Associate Dean, Indigenous and co-director of the Indigenous-Settler Relations Collaboration at the Faculty of Arts at The University of Melbourne. She chats to Michael-Shawn Fletcher, Associate Dean, Indigenous at the Faculty of Science, University of Mel…
 
If there’s one thing businesses can do to extend a product life cycle, it’s innovate. Whether it be small and iterative, or a massive shift to expand your service offering, it pays to be ahead of the game on fresh developments in your sector. Keeping innovation at the heart of Actisense’s offering of boat electronic systems, their Head of Commercia…
 
Abigail Tucker in her book, Mom Genes, explains how mothers’ brains are transformed during pregnancy. And as far as transformations go, this is the final episode of Five Things that Make Life Better. All 150 episodes are available at lisabirnbach.com as well as on apple podcasts, google play, stitcher, Spotify, iHeart Radio etc. Watch this space fo…
 
In today’s world where hybrid models of working seem inevitable for a majority of businesses, implementing the best practices for both your business and your team is vital to your continued success! ViewHR’s Heidi Roper has seen the impact of 2020 on a great number of businesses, and is well aware of the risks around new hires, remote working and t…
 
Senator Al Franken has returned to civilian life. He is a hands-on grandpa, a podcaster, a talker, and a policy wonk. When we met for breakfast recently -- duly separated by 6 feet -- he was interrupted constantly by supportive New Yorkers urging him to run for something, anything. He still wants to help Americans, by providing help for the needy o…
 
You already know Kenneth Cole from his irreverent messaging, cool footwear, and from his longstanding, passionate support for HIV-Aids research. But now Kenneth is trying to help people find the courage to deal with their mental health issues, through the Mental Health Coalition, a group of resources that you can find online at TheMentalHealthCoali…
 
With VFX credits on massive TV and Film projects like Black Mirror, Watchmen and Jason Bourne, to name just a few, you’d be forgiven for missing the fact that Outpost VFX are based in the very heart of Bournemouth. As a business with teams as far afield as Montreal and LA, they’ve been ahead of the curve when it comes to utilising the tools that br…
 
Who is the cool jeweler on the block? It is Marla, whirlwind on Instagram. In real life she gave up a substantial career in Corporate America to make jewelry inspired by hardware -- tools and gizmos. Now she gives away charms to single moms and is raising money for the hurting restaurant business through a sterling silver chair. Lisa Birnbach’s 5 T…
 
We may be two white women talking about this judicial moment, but the Minneapolis police brutality case was a crucible for everyone in this country, regardless of race. Is progress a victory? What about the hundreds of other police brutality cases from coast to coast? How will the national curriculum change and how will that change affect the thous…
 
The world has been made smaller than ever before. With a global uptake in digital technologies that keep countries connected, the way to provide insight that nobody else has is with a team in the target territory. Nurturing a strong team with dozens of staff in 7 countries and counting, Crowd’s Founder & Global CEO, Jamie Sergeant, harnesses the po…
 
Nancy Jo Sales is known for her ability to connect with “the youths” of America. Her new book, Nothing Personal: My Secret Life in the Dating App Inferno, is a window into how the apps have taken over our lives both from interviews, and from being a subject of her own experimentation with the apps. In this week’s podcast interview, Lisa Birnbach di…
 
Growth is a journey that requires you to understand two things: where you want to be and, perhaps more importantly, where you are now. Choosing the right type of coach to help you achieve your goals is vital, and forms the foundation of Lee Groombridge’s 7PM2 Coaching. With a fascinating dive into understanding the mindset and motivations of your t…
 
In her illustrious career as a filmmaker, Liz Garbus has made films that make you think, and often, make you act. Her documentaries have earned countless awards, and she has added scripted films to her portfolio. Her newest movie, All In: The Fight for Democracy is of the moment. With Stacey Abrams as her guide, she shows us both historically and p…
 
The cards weren't stacked for writer/actor Annabelle Gurwitch when she divorced. If she sold her house, she would never be able to buy back into the real estate market, so she had to find a new way to earn. With trepidation, she began renting out a bedroom to strangers. As a funny, thoughtful, and woke writer, Annabelle writes about regaining her f…
 
You know her from her major roles in meaty tv series, but Gloria Reuben is one of the most prominent women of color to lead an international environmental organization, the Waterkeeper Alliance. With 350 groups under its watch, the goal of the alliance is to provide clean water to the people who live within its purviews. How does this busy actress/…
 
On the growth journey that many SMEs take, it’s easy to overlook corporate governance as an area that keeps you on the right track. To some it feels like an unnecessary barrier, but consider Dr Donald Nordberg’s alternate approach; it helps you in the same way brakes on a car help you drive faster... Donald, Associate Professor of Strategy and Corp…
 
Guests Joey and Daniella Pantoliano talk frankly and with humor about their own struggles with mental health. The award-winning actor (The Soprano's, Memento, The Matrix) and his daughter, a filmmaker have just launched a new podcast, “No Kidding, Me Too” to fight the stigma of talking about emotional troubles of all kinds. Daniella’s Five Things: …
 
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