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Hello,這裡是 ﹝都想知道的﹞, 由希爾、凱和Summer三位女生,藉由聊天談話的方式帶出各式主題和分享 --- 從生活出發,淬煉心靈成長,探討廣泛人際相處 透過主題分享彼此,或邀請有相關經驗的人,與我們聊聊那些關於你我都想知道的人生選擇題 --- 合作邀約|allwanttoknow.info@gmail.com Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Where creative entrepreneurs get their questions answered. I Want To Know is a no-fluff, 30-minute weekly podcast to help you grow your audience and business. In each episode, host and For The Interested newsletter creator Josh Spector answers three questions from a creative entrepreneur to help them overcome their challenges and accomplish their goals. Each answer becomes a 10-minute conversation in which Josh shares advice based on proven strategies he’s used to grow and monetize his audie ...
 
'Lingokids: Growin' Up' is a weekly podcast for curious kids where they find out what it takes to be anything they want. It combines learning with fun to fuel kids' imaginations. Host Emmy-nominated presenter Emily Calandrelli and her inquisitive assistants take young listeners and their parents on an interactive audio journey where kids meet and get to grill inspiring grown ups about their jobs. For a full interactive Playlearning™ experience explore our Lingokids app - www.lingokids.com/ap ...
 
There are things everyone wants to know. But, sometimes, it is hard to find those answers, and the internet is full of lies. Andrea and I decided to chase down answers to some of the most demanding and strangest questions. We delve deep into the modern-day mysteries that elude the knowing through interviews and free-flowing conversations with different guests and compiling as much knowledge as possible.
 
Welcome to ‘What I Want to Know’, one of the most downloaded K-12 education podcasts in the country! Listen in with our host, Kevin P. Chavous, as he connects with innovators and leaders who share practical, transformative solutions to the biggest challenges in education today. As America rethinks the future of schooling, Kevin explores emerging needs and possibilities, for students and educators alike, through short, stimulating conversations. Subscribe to ‘What I Want to Know’ on Apple Pod ...
 
You-Want-To-Know is a radio show where you can find out what you want to know; from spirituality, overcoming child abuse, rape, parents with drug and alcohol addictions, waiting to exhale, spousal abuse, forgiveness, mentoring and motivation. Let's talk about it. Get it out in the open and off our chests.
 
Waves are all around us. Light waves enable us to see and to sense colours, sound waves help us communicate, and enjoy music. Waves can also heat our houses and even move mountains! But how can waves do all these things? And what is a wave anyway? Well, if you’ve been to the seaside or dropped a pebble in a pond, you’ll already have an idea of what a wave is like. This brand new series explores these questions and more!
 
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 10 things we want to know is a podcast series produced as part of the LAWS and War Crimes research project, based at the International Law department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The podcast is hosted by the members of the research team: Paola Gaeta (the project lead), Marta Bo, Abhimanyu George Jain, and Alessandra Spadaro. Over the course of ten episodes, they will intervie ...
 
In my years as a real estate agent — I’ve seen one single unifying theme that seems to rear its ugly head in almost every single transaction — Fear. Fear of the market — “Is now the right time to buy?” Fear of making a mistake — “What if there’s something wrong with the house I want to buy?” And, yes, even fear of Realtors themselves, “What if I pick someone that won’t protect me?” It paralyzes people from taking any sort of action. Rather than POTENTIALLY making some sort of error, they pre ...
 
Serial entrepreneur, branding expert and blogger with over 35 years experience in helping some or the worlds biggest brands as well as smallest startups to find success. Arthur Luke shares his incredible knowledge and experience so you can avoid those costly mistakes that can so easily kill off your dream of starting your own business before it even begins. Arthur shares real world actionable insights, tips and startup strategies as well as step-by-step tutorials on how to make your idea for ...
 
Filmmaker, writer, musician and professional creative--Nero Nava introduces you to people, places, and things that you may not know about. And, if you do, you certainly won't know from this particular perspective. Nero's wide and eclectic guests range from artists, archivists, taste-makers, professionals, public figures, and activists. Nero sits down with these folks, interviews them, and sandwiches the interviews with songs selected by the guest (and Nero). Because choices, tastes, and pref ...
 
What They Don't Want you to Know About Money. WTDWYTKAM Podcasts from Gerald centred on Personal Financial Planning, Wealth Creation and Career Development. Gerald is a CFP Professional, Wealth Planning and Training Business Owner. Gerald is active in the media and supports financial literacy by contributing as a published author, International Speaker, Entrepreneur, Freelance financial journalist and providing expert commentary with his own TV shows and radio spots. https://linktr.ee/GERALD ...
 
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Scientists have spotted a black hole energy beam as bright as 1,000 trillion suns pointed directly at Earth. Major tax-filing websites are secretly sharing income data with Meta. Over in San Francisco, law enforcement is deploying robots armed with explosives. All this and more in this week's Strange News. They don’t want you to read our book. They…
 
Fido, mittens, you know who I'm talking The precious animals who share the space in your home, you come home to after a hard day's work, and they're there to greet you. As long as it's a cat, they don't care. But the dogs love you. At least, I think so. But when they're gone, what happens to them? Today's podcast is with Rob Gutro, Author/Pet Mediu…
 
It's true -- Earth's near orbit is filled with all sorts of stuff. Most of it is mundane, and most people honestly don't think about it too often. But, just recently, a mysterious unmanned craft landed after more than 900 days out there in the inky depths of space, prompting Ben and Matt to ask: What the heck is the X-37B actually doing up there? T…
 
Don't you just love the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls? We sure do! In this episode, we're rolling up our sleeves to roll out the pastry sheets. 🥐 To be a baker, you need strong arms, sharp math skills, and to be a morning person. Join us as our host Emily Calandrelli meets Ken Forkish, a master of artisanal bread and the author of the best-…
 
Schools do not exist in a silo; they are tied to communities. High teacher turnover paired with brain drain of students leaving for educational opportunities can have dire consequences for communities that may already be economically or socially disadvantaged. How can we prepare students for sustainable careers and still encourage them to invest in…
 
Show Notes 👉 Watch this episode on YouTube Mentioned on this episode: Create Something Awesome: How Creators are Profiting from Their Passion in the Creator Economy TubeBuddy Thumblytics What Does It Take to Be a Full-Time YouTuber? (Realistic Numbers) Thinking In Bets by Annie Duke To Connect with Roberto Blake: YouTube: @robertoblake Twitter: @ro…
 
After the great reaction to my mixtape tips a few episodes back—I felt we could dig a little deeper into what makes a great mixtape song, a fantastic strange mixtape song, the A side mixtape show stopper, as well as the deep cut flex mixtape jam. I’ll also play some of your mixtape moments (via an instagram poll). Don’t worry I won’t reveal who sen…
 
In this episode, we interview Kelley Kitley, an Illinois based Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working in the field for over 20 years and owns her own private practice, Serendipitous Psychotherapy. Kelley is a sought after speaker and media expert, author and producer. She wrote and self-published an award winning, Amazon best selling …
 
Gerald and the Radio 2000 Team explore the concept that TIME IS MONEY! How do you spend your time? Are you creating wealth? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gerald-chemunorwa-mwandia/support
 
Manhattan is home to some of the world's most iconic buildings -- but it's also home to something more mysterious: A looming, windowless skyscraper in the heart of Tribeca. The press doesn't have much to say about it, and neither does the telecom that owns the building. So what exactly is going on inside? Tune in as Ben, Matt and Noel explore bizar…
 
Billions of years ago, something about the size of Mars smacked into Earth, launching tons of debris that later became the moon. This means life on Earth has always existed beneath this natural satellite -- so how can the moon affect us? Are all those stories about full moons and erratic behavior true? They don’t want you to read our book. They don…
 
For millenia people across the planet have reported seeing bizarre objects in the sky. However, efforts to collect and analyze these reports have often fallen victim to poor methodology, a lack of funding or an overt agenda. Luckily, the situation has changed for the better in recent years. So what does the latest info tell us about UFO sightings? …
 
How did the human species become the most self-aware, successful primate on the planet? They don’t want you to read our book. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.De către iHeartPodcasts
 
Afghanistan, 7,500 miles away from Arkansas, Afghanistan has been conquered and reconquered over the millennia only to return to its natural state. Religion, orthodoxy, and corruption run wild. Yet, these people live there every day, commuting to work in big cities and sometimes on foot. Are their lives that much different? Can they call themselves…
 
In part one of this two-part series, a question from a fellow Conspiracy Realist led the gang to explore the idea of 'dangerous' prisoners -- in this follow-up, Ben, Matt and Noel explore the most fascinating part of this question: Why do so many governments consider people dangerous not for their actions... but for their ideas? They don’t want you…
 
Do you find vultures fascinating? Our guest, Corina Newsome, certainly does! And she bravely held one, as well as all sorts of birds, snakes, and reptiles, because Corina is a scientist who works with wildlife. 🦅 Join us and our host Emily Calandrelli as we learn about the scientific world, where your lab is a wildlife protection center. Discover f…
 
A fellow Conspiracy Realist asks whether Google is propping up Mozilla to disguise their search engine monopoly. The Driver asks for more details on secret technology from the Vietnam War. Mologato gets Ben on a rant about how the US became so car-centric, prompting a far-reaching conversation about the past, present and future of transit. All this…
 
It's no secret that the world's prison systems have tons of serious, fundamental problems -- yet most people can agree some criminals simply cannot be allowed into the public. When a question from a fellow Conspiracy Realist leads Ben, Matt and Noel into a rabbit hole, they ask: Who are the world's most dangerous prisoners? Perhaps more importantly…
 
Five million children in the U.S live in food-insecure households, uncertain if they have enough money for meals. This not only affects their nutrition, but many believe it could impact their performance in school too. How has the pandemic affected students who rely on free school meals? How does lack of access to nutritious foods impact student le…
 
👉 Watch this episode on YouTube Mentioned on the episode: I Want To Know How To Do Creative Work Without Burning Out I Want To Know How To Sell Newsletter Ads To Connect with Leo Notenboom: Twitter: @leonot AskLeo.com Confident Computing Newsletter LeoNotenboom.com To connect with Josh Spector: Newsletter: Fortheinterested.com/subscribe Skill Sessi…
 
Did a group of private assassins use a series of sleazy websites as fronts for their base of operations? Join Ben, Matt and Noel as they delve into the mysterious story of Lake City Quiet Pills. They don’t want you to read our book. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/ See omnystudio.…
 
A former DEA ageny sentenced to 12 years for a string of corruption-related crimes shares his story with the press. Bahamas-based cryptocurrency exchange FTX crashes, leading to some interesting -- and unproven -- conspiracy theories. After more than 900 days in space, the unmanned X-37B returns to Earth... but no one's saying much about what it wa…
 
One of the essential things in American life and any life on planet earth. What threatens it? What causes turmoil, and what happens more specifically to the children? When the parents or the adults make the most significant mistakes or have circumstances out of their control, they drive them to an unthinkable answer. Dr. John DeGarmo, the Foster Ca…
 
How does a government decide who can know what? In the modern day, it comes down to something called security clearances. In today's episode the guys explore how the US decides who's trustworthy enough to get the scoop on stuff the public can't know -- and what happens when things go wrong. They don’t want you to read our book. They don't want you …
 
Buckle up, friends! We're going for a ride on a propeller plane to soak in the views and feel the adrenaline rush only pilots get to experience. Do you get butterflies 🦋 in your stomach when you fly? Our guest and a second-generation pilot, Maria Fagerström, says that with time this feeling disappears. Maria believes being a pilot is the best job i…
 
Fiona hips the gang to the bizarre, disturbing tale of a man called -- occasionally -- "Nicholas Rossi." Plaquetos calls for more information about the ongoing Appalachian belief in a certain type of haunting spirit. RC prompts a conversation about the effects the moon may have on your body and mind. All this and more in this week's listener mail. …
 
You've seen it in countless works of film and fiction -- a shady operative hands someone a folder, marked 'classified,' or 'top secret.' But what is classification in real life? What makes one piece of information fit for the public, and another piece the kind of thing that has to be buried for generations? In today's episode, the guys explore the …
 
When the COVID pandemic disrupted the world, education moved online, and many leaders were forced to think differently about what it means to “go to school.” Even as students returned to the classroom, teachers and administrators were faced with new challenges to maintain health and safety, while still delivering a quality education. It’s clearer n…
 
Show Notes 👉 Watch this episode on YouTube Mentioned on the episode: Read This Before You Hire A Social Media Consultant The Brain Audit by Sean D’Souza To Connect with KP: Twitter: @thisiskp_ Website: www.thisiskp.com Day One Website: www.joindayone.com/ On Deck Website: www.beondeck.com LinkedIn: in/karthikpuvvada To connect with Josh Spector: Ne…
 
In the US, the 1960s were a crucible of culture -- college students, veterans, the disadvantaged and activists across the country sought to overthrow the status quo and build their own vision of a better world. This period in time produced some of the most influential art, music and prose in recent history, and introduced LSD to the mainstream. So …
 
An indoor security camera captures a strange, disturbing image. The owners of the "White Lives Matter" offer to sell the trademark for a billion dollars. And, with what appears to be absolute sincerity, the good folks at the US National Parks Service are begging locals to stop licking toads for a hallucinogenic experience. All this and more in this…
 
In the 1930s, there was Bonnie Parker, Al Capone, Dillinger, and Baby Face Nelson. But one character from the South has garnered the attention of a filmmaker and a storyteller, and many more people who are interested in this true crime tale. Today we have questions about the 1930s killer Helen Spence. We're joined by our esteemed Denise Parkinson. …
 
How did a little piece of software meant to organize files become the centerpiece of a global conspiracy? In today's episode, the guys dive deep into a twisting, troubled tale of intrigue, spycraft, and murder. They don’t want you to read our book. They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/…
 
Do you think going to space is a pipe dream? 🚀 Well, put on your space suits because, in this episode, we're visiting the NASA center! And we're going to meet Katya Echazarreta, the first 🇲🇽 Mexican-born woman ever to go to space. Katya was selected from a pool of 7,000 applicants to join Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin trip to space. Join us as our host E…
 
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