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This is Nothing Concrete, the Barbican podcast - here to inspire more people to discover and love the arts with weekly episodes of archive finds and themed series exploring music, cinema, visual art, theatre, architecture and everything in between. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Concrete Conversations - the Indian Real Estate Podcast, where we converse with some of the brightest minds in Indian Real Estate to demystify the industry. Each episode features a different guest and will touch upon a different topic, ensuring that there’s something in it for everyone! You can catch us streaming on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube and a bunch of other platforms. So Stay Tuned for more Concrete Conversations!
 
I'm an artist from the UK who loves talking about art, life and really anything! Curiosity and conversation is my goal if i have one. Yelling at concrete is a weekly podcast for coffee and conversation, taking a look at the life and interests of the guests who chat with me as well as taking an introverted look at topics I'm interested in! You can catch the show three times a month on a Friday and follow it through the year as i bring you a range of guests and topics the key word is conversat ...
 
From Life In Prison To Life In The Suburbs. Allow us to take you on a journey into the mind of a life hustler. From being born and raised in the beautiful yet unforgiving city of Gary, Indiana, to facing Life in prison placed on Supermax by 21, to becoming a community leader and family man, meet the personality that refused to fold.
 
Your Concrete Success Podcast is a podcast for concrete contractors, where you’ll discover how you can start, grow, scale, and market a decorative concrete business from top leaders in the industry. Follow us for tips, and strategies to generate more business for your flatwork, decorative concrete, concrete coatings, epoxy floor install services!
 
What are the expectations set before your race, gender, or social group? We discuss a shift in mindset and how individuals and communities can overcome the labels placed upon them by society. Justin Black is an author, keynote speaker, and Founder of the ROSE (Rising Over Societal Expectations) Empowerment Group and Co-founder of the Redefining Normal Company. Black became a best-selling author after co-authoring Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds And Discovered Healing, Ha ...
 
Corpus Christi Concrete Paving is a professional full-service concrete contractor situated in Corpus, Christi, Texas. Specializing in concrete construction and paving we are experts when it comes to building driveways, foundations, slabs, footers, retaining walls, hardstands, patios, flat-work, structural concrete, sidewalks, stamped concrete, curbs, sidewalks, pool decks, concrete overlays, and many other things related to concrete.
 
http://wdcicf.com Dumore Construction & Remodeling is a licensed Hawaii general contractor. Our company’s primary focus is on advanced ICF, insulated concrete forms, house construction and quality ICF materials supply. But we also build structures with other construction materials like wood, concrete, and CMU. We also do home remodeling, repairs, roofs, excavation, pools, fences and walls. Remodeling includes ceramic tile work, mechanical piping and electrical, new sinks, tubs, showers, wind ...
 
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Concrètement est un podcast qui donne la parole à des personnalités atypiques et remarquables, qui ont su développer un talent, une passion, un projet qui les a fait exceller dans leur milieu. Au travers d’interviews, je donne la parole (moi, Aurélie, l'animatrice :-) à des entrepreneurs, des passionnés, des artistes… pour comprendre comment ils ont fait CONCRETEMENT pour trouver ce pour quoi ils étaient fait et en faire un succès. Par passion ou désir de changement brutal, comment atteindre ...
 
http://hawaiiicf.com Hawaii ICF - Insulated Concrete Forms Home Builder and Concrete Contractor in Honolulu, Hawaii offers Oahu home owners a green building alternative. ICF home building is an environmentally friendly building technology that also provides your family additional safety, comfort and energy savings over traditional construction methods.
 
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Joining us today is Mr. Milind Korde, Founder and Managing Director of Ananta Landwise, a development management firm. • How has the business of Real Estate development changed? • What is the future of residential development in India? • Is Indian Real Estate ready for its next Bull run? Mr. Korde draws on his 33 years of experience in Real Estate …
 
From 2018 we present the second of our three-part series Ode to Joysticks. Sit back as we move from 8-bit to 64-bit and find ourselves in worlds old and new, searching for mystical treasure, solving puzzles, joining ancient societies, driving fast cars or at the most fundamental level just trying to survive that new very scary looking new monster c…
 
With rising costs of living, steadily increasing debt, and stagnant wages, middle class Americans may find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. But is there even a Black middle class? Imari Smith, a doctoral student in Duke University’s Joint Program in Sociology and Public Policy, argues that the Black middle class is a “subaltern middle class”…
 
This week i sit down and talk animal affinity, the want of people to be the king of the jungle. Exploring their animalistic natures and what over showing your hand of anger and strength can really be saying. Of course I do have a bear on my arm so we get into that as well for the final episode of the year as i get a little reflective and more comfo…
 
Marcus Sheridan is a highly sought-after global speaker and consultant in the digital sales and marketing industries. Offering his services through Marcus Sheridan International, he has been named a “Web Marketing Guru” by The New York Times and was listed in Forbes as one of 20 “Speakers You Don’t Want to Miss.” In addition to his work as a keynot…
 
From 2018 we present the first of our three-part series Ode to Joysticks. Sit back and enter a parallel universe of video games music from the chunky world of 8-bit tunes to the full studio cinematic scores that define the modern immersive gaming experience. Computer or Video games have been with us since the 70s, from their money gulping origins i…
 
Every year women perform thousands of hours and trillions of dollars of unpaid work. You’ve likely heard of the invisible daily household work women perform, but what about unpaid community activism performed by Black and Brown women? Dr. Nina Banks, an associate professor of economics at Bucknell University, argues that this collective activism pl…
 
This week i sit down to talk in the inevitable about the move to vegetarianism I made within the last couple of years. It was a move which took a few people by surprise including myself and in doing so I thought it worth exploring the reasons for my change the thoughts i have on the food industry and simply what I mean when I say bread cars. It's n…
 
Joining us today is Aryaman Vir, the Founder and CEO of MYRE Capital - a Fractional Ownership firm. What is Fractional Ownership? How does it differ from REITs? How does this PropTech disruptor add value for investors? Aryaman sheds light on this and more with current examples from MYRE Capital's property portfolio, in a conversation that highlight…
 
In this episode we talk to writer and director Rungano Nyoni where she talked in detail about her debut film, I Am Not a Witch, and about the struggles and triumphs of the film making process. ‘It’s a life or death acusation which can be based on as little as someone has a dream about you, it’s a bad dream they dream they’re chasing them and then t…
 
Many employers require their employees to follow workplace dress codes. Employers can regulate employees’ clothing, makeup, hairstyles, nails, and more. Your employer might even be able to regulate your weight. Although the line between discriminatory and simply burdensome may seem blurry, today, Professor Stacy Hawkins, Vice Dean and Professor of …
 
That's right it's time for old man Graham to put on his shoes and socks and take a walk down memory lane for a big old grumble about the internet and social media and everything wrong with the platform whilst simultaneously still being on the platform. This week I get nostalgic for old website, blogs, zines and everything in between as i attempt to…
 
In this week’s archive edition we return to 2017 and take time to discover or re-discover director Sean Baker’s film – The Florida Project, where in the shadow of Disney World, in a rundown motel, a mother fight to survive and bring up her daughter. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast …
 
After spending over a year working from home, returning to the office and readjusting to your company dress code can be challenging. Today, Doreen Pierre, a Brooklyn based fashion writer, visual content creator, and events producer chats about how restrictive dress codes inhibit us from bringing our true Selves to work. Doreen’s work centers people…
 
Joining us today is Rehan Poonawala, the Founder of ComXR - a Virtual Reality startup based in Mumbai. What is Extended Reality? Did you know that Virtual and Augmented Reality are the leading applications of PropTech? Rehan sheds light on this and more with examples from ComXR's portfolio of VR solutions in Real Estate, in a conversation that is s…
 
This week, we find ourselves transported in time back to 17 September 2014 the red carpet was rolled out for the Gala Premiere of the film 20,000 Days on Earth. This musical documentary drama is based around one day in the life of musician, singer, songwriter, author, screenwriter, composer, father and occasional actor Nick Cave. It was the debut f…
 
Are you guilty of performative allyship? Today’s guest, Dr. Maxine Davis, a scholar, activist, and author, breaks down the pitfalls of performative allyship and how even well-meaning professionals can perpetuate oppression and social harms in the workplace. In early 2021, Dr. Davis authored an article in Nature Human Behavior, Anti-black practices …
 
Here is a link to the Full Project Tutorial on YouTube: https://youtu.be/aDhcmjjEgKs Here is a link to the YouTube video of this podcast: https://youtu.be/We-Q52Q3mXU In this episode, we are talking about everything that went on behind the scenes when we stained the concrete for Ballast Point Brewery. In this project, we ground the concrete to remo…
 
This week I sit down to talk to writer J.L.Corbett who I know from long back and who I believe was the first person so review my Null Point Zine! So it was only about time we sat down to have a talk. She's a avid writer herself but she's also the driving force behind Idle Ink an online publication which accepts essays and reviews and all things cre…
 
Ben Eshmade opens the door and crawls through the imagination of Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson who co-directed the 2015 Oscar-nominated stop motion film Anomalisa in this archive interview. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with …
 
Tracing the histories of transnational Asian diaspora struggles and solidarities across the Asia-Pacific, Professors Marci Kwon and Ming Tiampo, curators and researchers Mika Maruyama and Annie Jael Kwan thread a discussion regarding Isamu Noguchi's artistic legacy and lived experiences to their reflections on contemporary challenges when working w…
 
Far too often, we operate in workplaces where women of color leaders are lacking. However, that’s not because women of color lack leadership skills. Nor is it because of a lack of interest. Break Concrete is kicking off Season 4 with Dr. Marlette Jackson, a scholar, diversity and inclusion consultant, and co-author of the Harvard Business Review ar…
 
Verne Harnish is the Founder and CEO of Scaling Up, a global executive education and coaching company with over 180 partners on six continents. Verne chairs the annual ScaleUp Summits and serves on several boards, including Chair of The Riordan Clinic, Co-founder and Chair of Geoversity, and Board Member of the Million Dollar Women community. Verne…
 
In this episode, Black Millionaires CEO joins us to discuss the complexities of a poverty mindset vs a wealth-building mindset. James Hill is a Detroit native and the Founder & CEO of Black Millionaires, a Media company Based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Started with $150 and an Instagram page which has now grown to over 500K followers in 15 months. Fa…
 
This week i sit down to talk, my poor German skills the fact i should probably learn Spanish and how i've wasted half a year doing so! But in doing so dive deep into the sunk cost fallacy and how any time is learning time even in the wrong directions. Discussing projects and passions and how any time spent with the right mindset can cause a knock o…
 
Joining us today is Shobhan Kothari, Partner at ADND Studio, a multi-award winning architecture and design firm. Have you ever dreamed of owning a 2nd home? How do you find a design process that works for you? How do architects design spaces that create memorable experiences for their clients? What are the latest disruptors in architecture and inte…
 
Roman Polnar is the Founder and Managing Partner at Pillar6 Advisors LLC, a financial planning and wealth advisory firm focused on serving successful individuals and families with active lifestyles. Pillar6’s approach to goal setting, money coaching, and planning integrates the five pillars of personal finance, helping clients achieve success. Roma…
 
This week, we look back at on two consecutive films by British director Andrew Haigh. We get insight from the director himself about his 2015’s film 45 Years and a different perspective from lead actor Charlie Plummer on its follow up, Lean on Pete. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast …
 
This week I sit down with the enigmatic Jo Tolley. Jo is a disability advocate and has been a journalist, theologist and public speaker involved with TEDx and the BBC where she was featured speaking on topics which affect the community and currently facilitates getting those with disabilities more equity in life and promotes creativity and getting …
 
This week, we bring together three interviews with film director Peter Strickland, focussing on the three occasions we've had the pleasure of gaining some time and insight in his company - let's explore the concert film Biophilia followed by the surreal storytelling of The Duke of Burgundy and finally, In Fabric. From the Archive sees us dig into o…
 
Scott Metzger is the Owner of Metzger/McGuire, a company that provides industrial floor joint protection and repair products. Since its beginning, Metzger/McGuire has expanded to include customized training, floor repair guides, and professional consulting services. Metzger/McGuire has been leading the way in the development of concrete floor joint…
 
Back in late 2019, we hosted a series of talks and debates exploring cinema relationship to the modern city and our experience of urban life. As part of this season, journalist and playwright Bonnie Greer introduced Spike Lee's ground-breaking 80s film Do The Right Thing - on the hottest day of the year in a neighbourhood in Brooklyn, hate and bigo…
 
Mike Michalowicz is an author, speaker, and the Co-founder of Different is Better LLC, Run Like Clockwork, and Profit First Professionals. Every company that Mike has co-founded is aimed at coaching others to grow their businesses successfully. He’s an entrepreneur focused on eradicating entrepreneurial poverty and making entrepreneurship simple. M…
 
In this episode, Dr. Anthony Carlisle discusses creative writing and self-expression while understanding your value in the process. Dr. Carlisle is the author of The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale and Professor of journalism/English at the California University of Pennsylvania. Carlisle was a reporter for 11 years and is the winner of severa…
 
This week I sit down to discuss the art drip the process of creating content in a vacuum when you are at your most productive and then holding onto it to slowly release work into the world. This is a the model most businesses work on the lifeline of work does not end on release so remember that and stop punishing yourself for having a quiet period.…
 
Joining us today is Hardik Dutia, Investment Manager at Mapletree. How are REITs changing the investment game? What is Real Estate as a service? Is Warehousing the next big vertical in Indian Real Estate? Hardik draws on his breadth of experience in MnAs, Impact Investment and Real Estate Acquisitions and Asset Management to talk about this and mor…
 
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