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Your regular visit to the archives of vanity, where men who had stopped making myths turned to issuing commandments. Your guides for this journey are the writers Phil Klay and Jacob Siegel, along with their trusty engineer, the indefatigable Adam Chimera. May you continue to be a person. April 22: Join us for a special live episode of Manifesto! A Podcast with special guest Vinson Cunningham to discuss Pope Francis’ Fratelli Tutti and Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play Fairview. Event held virtual ...
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit, ahead of the '91 FA Cup Final, quickly caught on. If the shorts weren't short, we just don't talk about it. Twitter @shortswereshort Instagram @ ...
 
What if you were friends with a bunch bad-ass business leaders and entrepreneurs and could ask them about their successes, challenges, and most valuable advice? That’s exactly what Business for Unicorns delivers. Join business coach and entrepreneur Michael Keeler as he speaks with inspiring leaders and entrepreneurs who believe that a business can make money while improving the lives of their employees and customers. Start listening at businessforunicorns.com/podcast.
 
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Mark and Michael are back with another bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael discuss: Lessons learned from our successful referral Initiative How to make sure your team members have clear roles and responsibilitiesMichael Keeler による
 
Phil is joined by Eugene McCarraher, Professor of the Humanities and History at Villanova University, to discuss his article "A Providentialism Without God: The Case Against Meritocracy" as well as Goya's "The Dream of Reason Produces Monsters" The Manifesto: Eugene McCarraher, "A Providentialism Without God: The Case Against Meritocracy" https://w…
 
About Mike: Michael Boyle is one of the foremost experts in the fields of Strength and Conditioning, Functional Training and general fitness. He currently spends his time lecturing, teaching, training and writing. In 1996 Michael co founded Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, one of the first for-profit strength and conditioning companies in the …
 
About Jean-Claude: Jean- Claude Vacassin is the Founding Director of W10 Performance, the Professional Fitness Coaching Academy and the International Fitness Business Alliance. In addition, he consults on corporate wellbeing programmes, as well as to personal trainers and other gym owners. He has worked with athletes, sports brands and film compani…
 
About Trina: Trina Gray is recognized worldwide as a passionate leader in the fitness industry. She is a successful health club owner, business mentor, and presenter. Trina has owned Bay Athletic Club, a medical-based health club, and Bay Urban Fitness, a large group training studio, for 15 years. She also founded Team Rockstar Fit, an online coach…
 
About Matt: Matthew Weaver is the founder of Results Transformation Center. His gym has thousands of Sacramento, Reno, Sparks, Elk Grove, Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Rocklin, and Roseville residents lose over a half million pounds. His gyms have helped people young and young and heart get into the best shape of their lives. In this episode, Michael spo…
 
Mark and Michael are back with another bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael answer listener questions about: Suggestions for getting a team to engage outside the workplace How to find amazing qualified people to hireMichael Keeler による
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Geoff Shullenberg of Outsider Theory to discuss Herbert Marcuse's "Repressive Tolerance" and Franz Kafka's "The Judgement". The Manifesto: Herbert Marcuse, "Repressive Tolerance" https://www.marcuse.org/herbert/publications/1960s/1965-repressive-tolerance-fulltext.html The Art: Franz Kafka, "The Judgement" https://www.ka…
 
About Bob: Bob Thompson, founder and CEO of Legion Transformation Center, and FitFX Labs. In this episode, Michael spoke with Bob about: Knowing how and when to pivot in your life and in your business The importance of taking risks and learning from mistakes Nurturing leads in a way that maximizes sales…
 
About Molly: Molly Galbraith, CSCS, is the Cofounder of Girls Gone Strong (GGS), the world’s largest platform providing evidence-based, interdisciplinary health, fitness, nutrition, and pregnancy education for women and the health and fitness professionals who work with them—including industry-leading certification programs and coaching. She's also…
 
When Shorts Were Short only concerns itself with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast will only cover football from 1954, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, a design that was widespread within English football by the mid-fifties, to 1992 when short shor…
 
Mark and Michael are back with another bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael discuss: Tough Love— what to do when your marketing campaigns aren’t working Plus: A special announcement at the top of the EpisodeMichael Keeler による
 
About James: James Cerbie is the founder and head coach at Rebel Performance, a modern strength and conditioning company dedicated to forging Apex Athletes and developing world-class coaches. He considers himself an educated meathead and decided to walk away from a Ph.D. in integrative physiology when he realized his true passion in life is coachin…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
About Chris: Chris Stevenson - former Power Ranger stuntman - is the founder of Stevenson Consulting, a full-service consulting firm based in Westlake Village, California. Chris’s current focus is to help businesses and entrepreneurs of all types maximize potential. His expertise stems from his past hands-on experience in all aspects of the health …
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
Mark and Michael are back with another bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael discuss: How to decide when to add a new service or product onto existing Managing your team's performance based on quantitative vs qualitative metricsMichael Keeler による
 
About Nat: In her own words, "What do you get when you combine a former collegiate athlete with a shit-talking little Mexican butch? You get Coach Nat-- the Chief of making shit happen at the Queer Gym." In this episode, Michael spoke with Nat about: Why she started a place called the queer gym How you can make your training facilities more welcomi…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Alana Newhouse to discuss her essay “Everything Is Broken” and the Ani DiFranco live album “Living in Clip.” The Manifesto: Alana Newhouse, Everything is Broken https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/everything-is-broken The Art: Ani DiFranco, Living in Clip https://anidifranco.bandcamp.com/album/living-in-clip…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
About Connor: Connor Pettersson is the founder of Code 5 Fitness back in 2015, which has grown to over 1000 members, with 3 locations in Sydney's northern beaches. He's an all-around good guy on a journey to change 30,000 through education on training & basic healthy habits. In this episode, Michael spoke with Connor about: Earning respect as a lea…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
Mark and Michael are back with the third bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael discuss: Tips on Focusing and Staying Productive Content Marketing vs. Direct Response Marketing Mentioned in the Episode: mark@businessforunicorns.com michael@businessforunicorns.com Email us recommendations, questions, and for friendship!…
 
About Ben: Benjamin Pickard, B.Sc. Kin, CSCS, started Lean Strong Fitness in 2014 to use his passion, education, and experience in helping everyday people integrate fitness with their lives to get exceptional results. Known for his flexible approach to exercise and nutrition, Benjamin’s clients develop and confidently maintain a stronger, happier, …
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
About Ashley: Ashley Selman is an international presenter and business consultant who is passionate about coaching fitness studio owners across the country to run more successful, profitable, and THRIVING studio businesses. As the founder of Evolution Trainers - a 14,000 square foot private personal training and wellness studio with a world-class t…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
Mark and Michael are back with the second bonus episode of the season. In this episode, Mark and Michael discuss: Expense Ratios: Exactly how much you should be spending on your fitness business The idea of Internalized Capitalism Mark Answers the Final Five Questions Mentioned in This Episode: Profit First Profit First for Microgyms Simple Numbers…
 
About Pete: Pete is one of the few fitness professionals who identify specifically as a "business guy." He has served as the Vice President and Business Director of Cressey Sports Performance since co-founding the company in 2007. With an MBA from Babson College, more than a decade of fitness industry experience, and a profound appreciation for the…
 
At his peak through the mid-eighties, Everton captain Kevin Ratcliffe was one of Europe’s finest centre halves, the young leader of a supremely talented group of kids who either came through the Goodison ranks or were recruited from the lower leagues and took a while to get going in the early years of Howard Kendall’s eventual hugely successful fir…
 
About Luka: Luka was born and raised in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and gives credit to basketball, fitness, and coaches in taking him from going down the wrong path in crime to becoming a professional basketball player in the elite European Leagues as well as the NBA Summer Pro League. After his professional career, Luka went into his passion of training…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
Jake and Phil discuss Jan Kott's "King Lear or Endgame" and George Oppen's "Psalm." The Manifesto: Jan Kott, "King Lear or Endgame" https://t.co/L9FRGoRD3L?amp=1 The Art: George Oppen's "Psalm" https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/29449/psalm-56d212ff620c5Manifesto! A Podcast による
 
In this episode, Mark Fisher joins me as we talk about our plans for Business for Unicorns in 2021 and our top three lessons learned from 2020. Our industry continues to struggle through COVID, so we share our ups and downs from a super tough year. Thanks as always for listening (and not watching)! Please spread the word to all your fellow fitness …
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast takes 1954 as its starting point, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992, when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new kit…
 
When Shorts Were Short concerns itself solely with what was actually a very narrow window in football history when teams wore, well, short shorts. The podcast will only cover football from 1954, when Umbro made their first England kit with shorter shorts, to 1992 when short shorts were all but finished as Umbro's baggy shorts for Tottenham's new ki…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Carlos Lozada to discuss his new book, What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era, and the chapter "Decent People" from Garth Greenwell's Cleanness. The Manifesto: Carlos Lozada, What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/What-Were…
 
About Stuart and the LTB Podcast: The LTB Podcast is a place where personal trainers (PTs) can gain education, insight and knowledge from other trainers and experts. Our aim is to provide you with the know-how and inspiration to build the kind of career you want to build. Stuart is the head of member support at Lift The Bar, a company designed to h…
 
About Betty: Betty grew up in Vancouver, Canada, where she grew interested in wellness and sustainability. Her experience spans strategy, human capital, and digital transformation as a consultant at McKinsey and Kearney advising leaders across industries including consumer goods, agriculture, and tech. She is a Yale School of Management MBA candida…
 
This week Jake and Phil are joined by special guest Jesse Walker of Reason Magazine to discuss William S. Burroughs The Revised Boy Scout Manual and Charles Ridley's short anti-Nazi propaganda film, Schichlegruber Doing the Lambeth Walk (assisted by the Gestapo 'Hep-Cats') The Manifesto: William S. Burroughs, The Revised Boy Scout Manual https://oh…
 
About Kristen: Kristen Grossi is the Founder + CEO of Los Angeles-based talkTECH and Co-founder + CEO of Joint PR. She brings over 15 years of experience to the two public relations agencies. Her multi-faceted approach in delivering strategic, results-oriented PR campaigns and launches, expertise in media relations, and grassroots branding tactics …
 
About Leeatt: Leeatt Rothschild is the Founder and CEO of Packed with Purpose, a corporate gifting company with a social mission. From award-winning coffee made by adults with disabilities to artisanal granola produced by female survivors of abuse, everything in a Packed with Purpose gift box is a premium product that creates a societal impact. Pri…
 
About Melba: Dr. Melba Nicholson Sullivan is committed to building individual and collective resilience. She has more than 25 years of leadership experience and is the CEO/Founder of Freedom Flow Solutions, LLC. Freedom Flow Solutions partners with organizations to train, consult, and provide services related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, st…
 
About Beth: Beth Clayton is a TEDx speaker, podcast host of Fiercely Human, and a soul-based life coach with over a decade of experience. She has helped hundreds of people to uplevel and in their own lives by helping them understand and breakthrough their own self-sabotage. She helps open-hearted people create the lives their souls have been longin…
 
Phil and Jake are joined by Ian Marcus Corbin to discuss Joseph Conrad's Preface and Saul Bellow's "Mosby's Memoirs" The Manifesto: Conrad, The Preface https://www.gutenberg.org/files/17731/17731-h/17731-h.htm#link2H_PREF The Art: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1968/07/20/mosbys-memoirsManifesto! A Podcast による
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Elliot Ackerman to discuss Ernst Junger’s 1934 essay On Pain, alongside Elliot’s A Battle in Fallujah, Revisited, an excerpt of his memoir, Places and Names. The Manifesto Ernst Junger, On Pain https://www.amazon.com/Pain-Ernst-J%C3%BCnger/dp/0914386409 The Art Elliot Ackerman, A Battle in Fallujah, Revisted https://www.…
 
About Anthony: Anthony Renna has been a personal trainer since 2004, first working with Equinox, then on his own at different facilities before opening his own gym, Five Iron Fitness, in 2008. He sold Five Iron in 2016 so he could focus on his true passion of providing educational resources for fitness professionals to excel in the profession. His …
 
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