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Inside LaunchStreet is the leading business innovation podcast. Tamara interviews top innovation leaders and everyday innovators out there shaking things up so that you can tap the power of your greatest personal advantage - your innovative mind. Join thousands of other innovators who have sharpened their edge by listening to this incredible innovation podcast.
 
What happens to life after active addiction is left behind and recovery begins? Garrett and Tamara met in 2017 in a recovery accountability group. They are worlds apart in many ways - different sobriety stories, different journeys and ups and downs, different lives and different perspectives on a wide variety of subjects. But they have one thing in common... They share the desire to live a life recovered. Come along for the ride as they sharing their journey - from how they got sober, where ...
 
"Tamara i Bartek" to rozmowa dwójki prowadzących - Tamary Arciuch i Bartka Kasprzykowskiego. Aktorzy, którzy są parą w codziennym życiu, opowiedzą o wychowywaniu dzieci, godzeniu kariery z życiem prywatnym i radzeniu sobie z wyzwaniami, z którymi mierzą się wszystkie związki.
 
Hello everyone! I'm Tamara Chaos. This podcast is going to be mainly talking about how we can break free from our chains and not be burdened by them anymore. When we let go, we can feel a sense of freedom we never even knew existed. This event officially starts in January, but we will be posting clips here and there so that you can have an idea of what it is about. There are several people sharing music but they can't be posted here. Check YT, FB, LinkedIn, IG,Pinterest. I am looking forward ...
 
Remember when you were young and everything in life seemed so much more fun and the possibilities seemed endless? Is that still the same for you or has life become a serious business? If it isn’t would you like to change that? Alun Jones & Tamara Yonker http://alun-jones.com www.tamarayounker.accessconsciousness.com
 
*NEW for 2011* Beginning January 17, 2011, the Ask MomRN Show is now part of The FlyLady Network! Please visit http://blogtalkradio.com/flylady to listen to the show & chat with us in the chat room. All episodes prior to January 17, 2011 are still available on this page for listening on demand and/or download as a podcast. Thanks for your support! Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help y ...
 
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I'm often asked why I focus so heavily on human-centered innovation and why I know that's the difference between mediocrity and amazing. Well, in this quick episode I'm going to tackle that question and give you some quick but eye-opening context to how I know you have more to give too.
 
Registered Dietician and author of Good Food, Bad Diet, Abby Langer has made it her life’s mission to debunk fad diets. For more than 20 years she’s watched people struggle with food and their bodies. Her new book examines the negative core beliefs holding us back and weighs the emotional, physical and social costs of focusing on dieting. She asks …
 
We talk about what we did for Christmas and Garrett's trip to Idaho and Scott recording him while skiing backwards can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jtanhi6IyI Garrett forgets he already talked about the Waking Up App, and Tamara doesn’t remind him that he already talked about it in a previous podcast, so Garrett goes over it again…
 
Most of us start off the new year with some ideas or resolutions of things we want to achieve, improve, or change from the previous year. However, not a lot of us make it to the end of seeing our resolutions through an entire year. What’s stopping us? The reason for this — and the reason why most innovation efforts and behavior change efforts fail …
 
I used to believe that being innovative or considered an innovator was only for the select few. You know the ones with the blue streaks in their hair, the funky glasses and cool shoes. Turns out, I was totally wrong. Steve showed me the hard way that innovation is for everyone, even me (and you). This is actually a flip interview where one of my IQ…
 
Through his extraordinary, best-selling memoir, From the Ashes, Métis-Cree-Scot author, Jesse Thistle, chronicles his life on the streets and how he overcame trauma and addiction. The former high school dropout turned Indigenous scholar and Ph.D. candidate shares his theories with Tamara on the effects of intergenerational trauma, systemic racism a…
 
Why do some people elevate to their highest level, and some people don’t? How can we all tap into our incredible ability to innovate and put it to work to perform at our maximum potential? In reading and researching the topic of human performance, I realized that the foundation to elevating human performance lies in our ability to innovate, and the…
 
Have you ever worked with or met someone that is clearly on top of their game? They have the energy, the ideas and the voice to make things happen? That would describe today's Everyday Innovator Spotlight, Kelly Foster. I write about her in depth in my book, Innovation Is Everybody's Business, and I'm excited to share what she's up to in my podcast…
 
Are you playing to your highest potential or are you just playing to the level of those around you? I was watching my football team the other day and had this startling realization: When my team plays a good team, they're on fire. But when they play a weaker team, they make mistakes and mess up. What was happening? I realized they were playing to t…
 
Every year people make New Year's resolutions and every year studies show that 85% or more of them never make it past February 15th. 95% never make it past March. So how about this year instead of making a list of resolutions you won't keep, you join me in a challenge?! A challenge to Jump on 2 (you'll have to listen in to know what I mean). It was…
 
Life is really about what we choose to think of as the possibilities for ourselves, and unfortunately, a lot of us are hindered by what we think we can see for ourselves. However, just by changing three things: mindset, belief, and exposure, we can open ourselves up to an ocean of possibilities. Mindset, belief, and exposure all feed each other and…
 
Dr. Ryan Hamilton is a sports psychologist and mental health performance consultant with both the NHL and the International Ice Hockey Federation. This year, he was part of the teams that led the Tampa Bay Lightning to win the Stanley Cup and Team Canada to win Gold at the World Juniors Hockey Championship. He talks about how he creates the right p…
 
We all know that I am a big fan of using the rules to drive innovation because they force people to think differently about what’s right in front of them. There are so many examples, especially in recent times, where companies have innovated and taken their businesses to the next level by innovating around restrictions, limitations, and constraints…
 
We both know you can't innovate and win alone. You also can't win, especially in complex times, with a team of mediocre players. In this Everyday Innovator spotlight episode I'm going to share how Jeff uses "questionable leadership" to develop a team of high-performing innovators that have the tools and confidence to tackle anything that comes thei…
 
Mihkel ja Len istusid üle pika aja taas maha podcasti tegema ja kutsusid külla oma sõbra Erki Veiko. Erki on ülikonna ärikas, kes on hiljuti oma eluloo raamatu välja andnud. Võrdleme Eestit teiste kultuuridega ja räägime erinevaid veidraid lugusid meie eludest.Delfi Tasku
 
The UN predicts we’ll need to feed 10 billion people by 2050. Currently, the worldwide agriculture industry is trying to balance profitability with sustainability, maintain regular food supply, and manage depleted water and soil systems. Chief Strategy Officer for the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute, Ted Bilyea, discusses how new technologies s…
 
Brainstorms, ideation sessions, strategy meetings (whatever you call them)...Brainstorms can be a powerful tool in your innovation toolbox, if done right. Sadly, most are ineffective and produce subpar results. Most feel like a waste of people'e time. In this episode I'm going to break down why your brainstorms suck and three simple (and a bonus) s…
 
With the combination of working from home, days blending together and this weird combo of living in Ground Hog day and warp speed, it's easy to see why most of feel as if the days just slip away from us. It's Monday, and before you know it, it's Friday. It's March and before you know it, it's December. Without our usual benchmarks, keeping track of…
 
The introduction of 5G will make the world profoundly more connected. To understand what that truly means, we speak with Eros Spadotto, Executive VP of Technology Strategy and Business Transformation at TELUS. He explains that 5G is not just another “G”, but a fundamentally different mobile network unlike anything we’ve experienced. It will transfo…
 
We’ve all heard different things being accused of being the enemy of innovation — perfection, consensus, analysis-paralysis, etc. However, one big enemy of innovation that often gets overlooked and forgotten is indifference. We are living in times when there is a lot of indifference in the marketplace and the world. Suboptimal work environments, an…
 
We can't believe it's taken us this long to write an original Life Recovered song, but better late than never. After singing our first hit song and making your ears bleed (maybe not in a good way), we talk about gratitude! There's no shortage of reasons to be grateful this year. No 2020 joke here... we're actually being serious. We reflect on Chris…
 
Opioid deaths are on the rise in Canada, with 2020 setting record highs. Dr. Mark Tyndall is an epidemiologist, infectious disease specialist, as well as the former head of the BC Centre for Disease Control. His current focus is on addiction, drug overdose and policy and he’s pulling back the curtain on his work to talk about the importance of harm…
 
It’s one thing to have a great and innovative idea, but it’s a completely different ballgame to be able to communicate it and get buy-in for the idea. Whether you call it persuasion, getting buy-in, or plain old sales, this is something we’re all doing in one way or the other, and we could all do with some tips and tricks to make this process more …
 
CBC Dragon, tech entrepreneur and Club Penguin creator, Lane Merrifield is back to talk about how to be a successful entrepreneur and make a difference in the world at the same time. Lane believes the best business ideas have social innovation at the core, are born from change and crisis and are critical to Canada’s economy. He also gives our liste…
 
Change creates new problems to solve and new opportunities to go after. In fact, the businesses that are surviving and thriving in this pandemic landscape are the ones that have turned the obstacles and uncertainty they have faced into a competitive advantage and new opportunities. Here are two ways you can use this to your advantage. 1) Jump the c…
 
Dr. Samir Sinha is the director of geriatrics at Sinai Health in Toronto and a passionate advocate for seniors. He shares some sobering stats about the effect COVID has had on seniors and a new survey that reveals more than half of Canadians say the pandemic has changed their opinion on where they want to age. Recently, doctors have become proficie…
 
Is your team disengaging now more than ever? Are they leaving their video turned off on Zoom meetings, or not responding as quickly to emails? Are they exhausted and struggling? Chances are, you’ve answered yes — so the real question is, as a leader, what can you do to get your team engaged, motivated, and collaborating again? This situation of hei…
 
Hello and welcome to Chains Will be Gone. I'm Tamara Chaos. Sometimes it can feel like life is just bringing us down all the time. It is especially hard with Covid and everything surrounding that. It doesn't have to be like that. There is hope. Please join us in this event and hopefully you will leave feeling encouraged. This is going to be a serie…
 
We talk about the Dodgers winning the World Series, mountain cabins, gratitude counter being reset for 2020. Garrett talks about his trifecta of anxiety that he navigated thru and realized a good lesson on the other side of it. Garrett muses about the good ole days before covid with his job related travel. We talk about NXIVM again and point out ho…
 
Pete Bombaci is the founder of the GenWell project, a movement that aims to help people understand that human connection is the single most important thing we can do for our happiness. It’s obvious the pandemic is robbing most of us from true connection - from seeing loved ones in person, to interacting with co-workers, even chatting with a barista…
 
Stability breeds efficiency and complacency but instability breeds resilience and innovation. The world we're in right now is all about instability, and let’s not kid ourselves that things are going to be different on January 1st, 2021. Yet, after dealing with all the uncertainty, disruption, and new challenges and problems that keep coming up, it’…
 
Psychologist and author Dr. Steven Taylor has been studying the psychological footprint of pandemics and sees strong parallels between the Spanish flu from 100 years ago and COVID-19 today. Dr. Taylor shares his insights on the problematic behaviours and mental health challenges we’re seeing now and could see in the future, but he also outlines the…
 
What do I do if my team doesn’t have any ideas? Why is my team lacking ideas? — Sound familiar? We live in a time of incredible opportunity to innovate, but your team just isn’t stepping up to innovate, and are rehashing old ideas or just drawing blanks when called to innovate. What’s happening? There is immense pressure to innovate right now, in t…
 
Tara Mohr is a groundbreaking women’s leadership expert, certified coach and the celebrated author of “Playing Big”. Her work has been featured on Oprah.com, Goop and in the New York Times. Tara shares what it means to play big in life, even when we’re in the middle of a pandemic. She discusses the messy phase of transitioning from one life stage t…
 
We can all agree that we are living in very uncertain times. Uncertainty is one of those things that has always been around, but it has been amplified in a big way right now. We don’t know where things are headed, or what’s coming next, and everything just feels uncertain. However, instead of complaining about the uncertainty, if we start thinking …
 
Between the flu and COVID-19, Canadians will be hit by a double wave this fall. Dr. Dominik Nowak is a national leader in primary care and health strategy and lead physician for the TELUS Medical Advisory Council, helping organizations across Canada create a proactive pandemic response. Dr. Nowak emphasizes the importance of the four simple actions…
 
We often talk about change at the grand scale of change, but equally if not more important, is change at the personal level. We’ve all encountered this in our teams and organizations — people are resistant to change and the struggle to get them on board for change. The key to unlocking this lies in recognizing that people don’t fear change, they fe…
 
Dr. Wendy Craig, head of Psychology at Queen’s university, and Matthew Johnson, Director of Education for MediaSmarts, share their media literacy and anti-cyberbullying expertise with parents. They offer suggestions on how to approach conversations with your children about being online and share how it’s less about screen time and more about instil…
 
Many people have approached me expressing frustration in this time — with themselves, and their teams. They feel stuck and unable to unlock new paths of innovation, but the problem is we tend to fall into the trap of asking one question in one way, but expecting a plethora of different types of answers. The trick to overcoming this is to ask differ…
 
Eight years ago, Carol Todd’s 15-year-old daughter Amanda took her own life after suffering through cyberbullying and sexual harassment. From this unthinkable tragedy, Carol found she could help others by sharing Amanda’s story around the world. The new documentary Dark Cloud examines the epidemic of cyberbullies and their targets, and in it Carol …
 
With all my work in the area of innovation, I’ve had the realization that innovation can be energizing, but at the same time, exhausting. Being exhausted and being energized by innovation are just two sides of the same coin — we just need to know how to manage and minimize the exhaustion that comes with innovation, and how to tap into what energize…
 
Soprano Ambur Braid wants you to remember how music can take you to a better place when everything feels terrible. Tamara talks to Ambur about her small town roots, how she’s coping with an interrupted international career and why opera should be in our pandemic self-care kit.TELUS
 
I’ve been getting some questions from people in the Free Innovation Workshop about the Everyday Innovators Tribe membership program, designed to unlock your innovation potential, create massive impact, and help you lead strong in your team or organization. I wanted to tackle these questions and give you some insights about what the program is all a…
 
A group of Harvard students have created a new online community called Dear Canada that connects people of all ages across the country with virtual postcards. Founding members Katherine and Aysha explain why they wanted to create a platform that uses the spirit of social media in useful ways. Both feel that social content can sometimes be weaponize…
 
2020 has been a year like no other, and we only have just over a quarter of the year left. So much that is happening is out of our control — the pandemic, the economy, working from home, the elections — but despite everything that has happened so far, we can still finish the year strong. What’s more, we can start 2021 strong. What we need to do is …
 
We unleash our real thoughts on the covid-schmovid nonsense that bugs us, and we go off on social media and the tech industry at-large while they’re at it. The New York Times describes this episode as ‘recklessly indulgent’ and we’re honestly concerned you’re still listening to us at this point. Disclaimer: This is NOT a political podcast. We think…
 
Judith Heumann is an internationally-recognized author and leader in the Disability Rights movement. She served in both the Clinton and Obama administrations and was a key figure in the Netflix documentary Crip Camp. She believes we must keep telling the stories of people living with disabilities to create change. Judith and Tamara discuss advocati…
 
Would you like to know what the future holds? You already have the answers within your organization — you just have to know where to look, and how to listen. Geoff Thatcher explains how we can all get into the CEO’s Time Machine to start innovating the future. Geoff Thatcher is Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Creative Principals, and an exper…
 
For almost a year, Hilde Fålun Strøm and Sunniva Sorby have lived in a tiny hunter’s cabin in the high Arctic, with no running water or electricity, and with polar bears as their nearest neighbours. They’ve battled hurricane winds, bone-chilling temperatures and months of darkness, but it’s all in an effort to raise awareness for climate change. As…
 
How can you become a better leader and innovator? The three keys to your success are in focusing on innovation, influence, and impact. By focusing on bringing these three things to life, you can ensure that you will go further, faster. Innovation is all about thinking differently about what’s right in front of you to create an advantage. It’s somet…
 
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