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All Things Genealogy and Family History! Genealogy Girl Talks offers you tips, tricks, and advice on your genealogy and family history journey. Join us for a variety of topics related to your research! Genealogy Girl strongly believes that connecting with family is a key ingredient to your research and in her 20+ years of researching she has many stories to share from her journey.
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Thip Audio Blog

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พอดแคสต์และออดิโอบล็อก โดย : ทิบ - เจ้าของบล็อก thipwriteblog บนแพลตฟอร์ม Medium
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No Clog Audio Blog

Carl Lamberti

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Updates and trends from the commercial plumbing world with Carl Lamberti featuring industrial strength odorless non acid Drain Punch drain opener and line maintainer. For additional information go to www.nonaciddraincleaner.com
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This is just a blog that I made in audio form discussing about the mind of a burger podcast and also telling you what’s happening with my book that I’m writing Cover art photo provided by Timothy Dykes on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@timothycdykes
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jessicaptomey.com AUDIO BLOG

Jessica Ptomey

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Listen to the audio format of blog posts from Catholic author and speaker, Jessica Ptomey. For Jessica's bio and the print format of each blog episode, visit jessicaptomey.com. Subscribe to her email newsletter for new blog episodes or posts and exclusive subscriber content!
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Dan’s audio blog

Dan’s audio blog

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This podcast will be about sports, hockey, baseball, canadian football, Accessible technology for the blind and visually impaired, and anything else I feel like covering. Cover art photo provided by NordWood Themes on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nordwood
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Next Level Audio Blog

Alan Lazaros

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Welcome to the Next Level Audio Blog. I am your host, Alan Lazaros. The purpose of this audio blog is to teach you a formulaic approach of how to achieve your goals and dreams. In the self-improvement space, there's a lot of talk about WHY you do what you do, there's a lot of talk about the WHAT you want to accomplish, but there's not enough talk about the HOW to actually do it. That is what this blog is about, and now you can learn the how to's you need on the fly from anywhere, anytime. If ...
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Addison Reads Audio Blog

Samantha Munoz

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I am your kid lit tour guide around these parts and the author of The Intentional Bookshelf. I believe we all have the power to be incredible, impactful parents if we simply look to our bookshelves! If you crave to raise children that love to read, build a library of resources that help you take purposeful action as a parent & connect with your children unlike ever before - I encourage you to listen to the Addison Reads audio blog. Build your intentional bookshelf & learn to parent with lite ...
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Welcome, this is NOT a podcast, but an audio blog designed for the busy individual who needs or wants to learn what to do concerning the upcoming real estate purchase or sale. This audio blog is for the first time home seller and buyer and the seasoned investor. We will touch on a lot of subjects pertaining to real estate and in this audio blog I will be sharing with you some of my experiences and insights from the past several years. To find me go to my investment site: www.FairHouseOffer.n ...
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Der Nr. 1 Audioblog jetzt auch in Deutschland und Österreich powered by I-Unlimited. Dr. Julian Hosp bringt dir tägliche Motivation und Inspiration um dir Resultate und Erfolg zu ermöglichen. Jeden Tag eine neue Episode aus Business, Gesundheit, Mentaler Einstellung, Beziehungen und Finanzen. Reinhören und Grenzenlos Erfolgreich werden!
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Lean Blog Audio

Mark Graban

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Mark Graban reads and expands upon selected posts from LeanBlog.org. Topics include Lean principles and leadership in healthcare, manufacturing, business, and the world around us. Learn more at http://www.leanblog.org/audio Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lean-blog-audio/support
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My name is Jamie Owen. I am the author of the Cleveland Appraisal Blog. This podcast shares my articles in an audio format for those who prefer to listen rather than read. I hope you enjoy the information that I share! If you would like to join my free monthly newsletter, text CLEVELANDBLOG to 22828. If you need an independent appraiser to appraise your property, look me up on my websites at: www.aspenappraisalservices.net or www.clevelandappraisalblog.com
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This is the audio side of FitSitePlus.Com, a www.PrimalPattons.com blog. If it sounds like we are not fitness cover models… that’s cause we are not. We are regular people just like you, also endowed with stubborn body types, anxieties, and frustrations. After struggling through everything that works and what doesn’t, we have finally found balance, confidence, and consistent self appreciation. We feel life is too short not to share the journey and enable you to experience the same. Let us emp ...
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Blog post I love Steve Spear‘s emphasis on a Toyota-based Lean model of: “See, Solve, Share” See problems, solve problems, and share what worked as countermeasures. That's the ideal, and it's powerful where it exists. At Toyota, and companies like it, there's an understanding that speaking up about problems leads to a constructive response from lea…
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On this week’s episode of the Genealogy Girl Talks podcast I discuss some Genealogy News You Can (Hopefully) Use, Back to the Basics, What is a generation, Cemetery Visits, New Ideas for YouTube, Advice for Others doing their Family History and Genealogy, Brick Wall Wednesday, and more! You can find the Show Notes and all the links and mentions her…
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Blog post Research by Ethan Burris shows that the top two reasons employees choose to keep quiet in the workplace are: 1️⃣ Futility 2️⃣ Fear Fear of getting in trouble is a big problem. But there are also many workplaces where people say, quite literally, “I'm not afraid to speak up, it just isn't worth the effort.” That's the Futility Factor. Plea…
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The blog post You don't find the root cause of a problem in a conference room. OK, so we've gotten away from the whiteboard. Now what? You might not even KNOW the root cause by thinking and talking out where the work is actually being done. That's one of the most powerful lessons I've learned from former Toyota people I've been able to work with. -…
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Blog Post Professors Robert H. Hayes and William J. Abernathy have harsh words about a common, if not typical style of American management: “…an overdependence on analytical detachment – what they call ”managerial remote control.” They say it is an approach that exalts financial analysis, not line operations. It rewards executives who see their com…
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The blog post It's interesting to observe a hospital process (or lack thereof) when a family member needs surgery. I had the opportunity to do so one day last week. I originally shared this on LinkedIn as a post and real-time updates. Thankfully, the clinical care seemed to be good, and that family member is recovering well from the outpatient proc…
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(Ep001) In today’s episode I’m sharing some “Genealogy News You Can Use” including the National Archives, Native Hawaiian Records, and Family Search classes and webinars. Plus, a BONUS section all about using Canva in your family history and genealogy research. You can find more at https://GenealogyGirlTalks.com…
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Blog post with links The other day, I read about the passing of Donald E. Peterson, who was a key CEO for Ford Motor Company in the 1980s (from 1985 to 1990). From the Detroit Free Press: Former Ford CEO Don Petersen, who spent 41 years with automaker, dies at 97 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lean-blog-audio/supp…
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Read the blog post How often do you hear executives blaming employees, including frontline workers, for different problems or poor performance? I don't think that's a good look when leaders do that. Leaders are responsible for the system, especially senior leaders. Even though they are part of a system, they have more freedom and more ability to ch…
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Read the blog post I recently spoke and facilitated at a health system's quarterly leadership forum event on the topic of “Psychological Safety as a Pre-Condition for Continuous Improvement.” It was very well received, and I'm very passionate about the need for leaders to help every team member believe that it's both safe and effective to speak up …
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Read the blog post I have been really enjoying this book, released in 2021, by Kiyoshi “Nate” Furuta, a retired Toyota executive: Welcome Problems, Find Success: Creating Toyota Cultures Around the World. I bought it a year ago and wish I had started reading it sooner! Furuta is the retired former chair and CEO of Toyota Boshoku America, Inc. — an …
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Read the episode, view video, and more There was a fascinating article in Bloomberg BusinessWeek about GE doing its final spinoff of GE Vernova (ticker symbol: GEV) and the remaining business that Larry Culp remains CEO of, GE Aerospace (formerly GE Aviation, ticker symbol: GE). The inside story of how GE CEO Larry Culp dismantled a 131-year-old Am…
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The blog post and video Embracing Imperfections and Learning from Mistakes: A Leadership Insight from the 2022 AME Annual Conference... In a riveting conversation between Larry Culp (at the time, CEO of GE and now CEO of GE Aerospace) and my good friend Katie Anderson at the 2022 Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) Annual Conference, val…
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Ever held back a part of yourself to avoid rocking the boat? In today’s empowering episode, Alan embarks on a journey with listeners, delving into self-expression and personal growth. He discusses the concept of the Truth Dial and how it helps us embrace and live in our genuine selves. Discover why letting your true self radiate brightly is crucial…
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The blog post As we sit in seat 26A, mindlessly watching a movie, we take for granted that our cell phone (or the shirt off our back) won't be suddenly sucked out through a gaping hole in the side of a plane. That's because the odds of this happening are unimaginably low. Until now, that is. Are we entering a new era where shoddy manufacturing (or …
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The blog post Does it Feel Better to Be Vulnerable or Candid in a Workplace? I've learned so much from Timothy R. Clark of the firm LeaderFactor, author of the excellent book, The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety. I can't recommend his work enough--including his free podcasts, webinars, and more. I was fortunate to go through a formal certification…
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The blog post Recently, I've heard an idea a few times that I'd like to share and discuss in this post. As I'm writing this, I can't remember who to cite. That's my mistake. I'll happily correct the post if I remember or somebody lets me know who to credit. Because I love this idea... but it's not my idea. It's pretty common for a speaker to ask th…
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The blog post It’s 9 p.m. in an operating room, just before the last procedure of a long day that had been full of delays. A nurse sees that the surgeon is about to make an incision without first stopping for the expected “timeout,” a crucial step that helps the team confirm, among other things, that the correct surgery is about to be performed on …
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The blog post I'm currently working on a Mistake Proofing class for Karen Martin and TKMG Academy. Coming soon!! In the process of writing the course and its script, I've gone back to some older source material that has been on my bookshelf for a long time. In this case, it's a book I not only own but read many years ago (20 years ago?): Zero Quali…
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The blog post A while back, I uploaded the entire PDF of my 2018 book, Measures of Success: React Less, Lead Better, Improve More, into the premium version of ChatGPT. As an author and publisher, it's a really useful tool for generating marketing content — although maybe it's a mistake to upload my content that way. I'm sure a PDF of the book was a…
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In the second episode of the Next Level Audio Blog, Alan delves into the concept of success, emphasizing the importance of "failing forward" in achieving goals. He discusses the paradox of failure leading to success, distinguishing between short-term and long-term success. He reminds us again that success is not a destination but a journey filled w…
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I'm excited to announce that I've registered for Katie Anderson‘s Japan Study Trip in November! Read the blog post. Between 2012 and 2019, I visited Japan five times, and I learned something new each time. I've been really itching to go back. I'm excited to see and learn new things with Katie and her team!! It's a great opportunity to deepen your u…
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The blog post We can all make mistakes, so I advocate for learning from mistakes through my book, podcast, and speaking. I do my best to learn from my mistakes, so I don't repeat them. I fail to meet that standard sometimes, and I try to learn from those moments (as I shared in this recent post). A few times now, a friend has sent me a photo or tag…
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The blog post What do Boeing frontline mechanics and engineers think about this day? What did they expect going into it? How did the day turn out? I'd love to know. “Quality is made in the boardroom.” I rolled my eyes hard when I read this announcement from Boeing, as part of the aftermath of the January 5th door plug blowout incident on an Alaska …
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Blog post link I loved a recent New York Times article about Chef Gordon Ramsay, including this part: “Ramsay said that when he makes a mistake, he owns up to it. He has been candid about the misjudgments that led to the closure of Amaryllis, his fine dining restaurant in Glasgow, and admits that he has opened restaurants that were “badly conceptua…
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Blog post For a long time, I've heard the phrase “the hidden factory” used to describe various forms of waste in a factory, including rework operations and activity. I was surprised to hear Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun refer to this in a news story using a similar phrase, “shadow factory.” Boeing Wants to Close Its ‘Shadow Factories.' It Would Be a Posi…
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Read the blog post As I recently shared on LinkedIn, I really appreciated the annual shareholder letter that was published and shared by Larry Culp, who has been CEO of General Electric for just over five years now (the first-ever outsider CEO in their 125+ year history). Read the full letter here. I've also archived it here as a PDF. First off, I …
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