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If you like variety, this is the podcast for you! A curated anthology of shortcasts from top creators who together have millions of followers. Discover engaging, inspirational content on a variety of topics. Called "binge-worthy edu-tainment." This is the Best of Shortcast Club.

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If you like variety, this is the podcast for you! A curated anthology of shortcasts from top creators who together have millions of followers. Discover engaging, inspirational content on a variety of topics. Called "binge-worthy edu-tainment." This is the Best of Shortcast Club.

    Volume 21: Best of Shortcast Club

    Volume 21: Best of Shortcast Club

    Welcome to our 21st episode! I hope you learn something or find inspiration from today's selection. Today we'll hear today from Marcelle Iten, an author, Thomas Metzinger, a therapist, Susan diRende, an author, Kaila Uli, an ecommerce guru, Carolinda Goodman, a children's author, and Samantha Chung, an influential thinker. get going Marcelle Iten is an Author, Editor, and Writing Coach. In this shortcast she answers the question, "What's the best advice you have for someone afraid to start writing, aside from 'just start writing'?" linkr.bio/marcelleiten Next, a one-minute therapy from Thomas Metzinger in his Suggestiblemind's Shortcast, with a mind shift to get over a bad start to the day. www.suggestiblemind.com Let's hear from another author next. Susan diRende, author of the novel "Knife Witch," in her Shortcast Creativity Uplift, shares how she had trouble writing villains. www.susandirende.ink You may have heard that Congress is considering a bill forcing TikTok to sell itself or shutdown in the US, which understandably has spooked people who make their living on TikTok. Kaila Uli, the ecommerce guru, shares her advice on a roadmap forward, which at the same time reveals to the rest of us a better understanding of the landscape of social media. stan.store/Kailauli This short episode of the perennially popular Skygazing with Carolinda is about the Worm Moon, which is what the full moon in March is called. Why is called that? Listen to this. Find her book "Once in a Full Moon" on Amazon. Let's wrap up with an episode of Simplifying Sam - The Shortcast!, with Samantha Chung. This is a perfect shortcast to finish with because it will leave you with encouragment to keep creating! linktr.ee/simplifying.sam I hope you enjoyed this taste of some of our favorite recent shortcasts. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”.

    • 11 min
    Varied Views: Hypnosis, Hacks, Visas, Languages, Folding, & Pressing on (Vol. 20 Best of Shortcast Club)

    Varied Views: Hypnosis, Hacks, Visas, Languages, Folding, & Pressing on (Vol. 20 Best of Shortcast Club)

    Varied Views: Hypnosis, Hacks, Visas, Languages, Folding, & Pressing on (Vol. 20 Best of Shortcast Club) - March 11, 2024 Hello, and welcome to our twentieth episode! We hear today from Dr. Ben Rein asking if hypnosis is real, from Marissa Moyer, a career coach with a hack to stop saying "sorry", from Joe Bovino, an immigration attorney with an update on E2 visas, from Frank Bazalgette with a tip on learning languages, from Kaila Uli, an e-commerce guru on when to call it quits, and finally from Tama Kieves with some encouraging words. Starting off: Is hypnosis real? Dr. Ben Rein, a PhD Neuroscientist presents the evidence in his shortcast Make it Brain (with Dr. Brein). www.benrein.com In this next segment, Marissa Moyer, a career coach, gives us a hack to stop saying "sorry" at work and what to say instead! Thank you Marissa for pointing this out. Marissa's links A quick news update form Joseph Bovino, a U.S. immigration, business & trademark attorney. In this episode of his podcast, he shares that E2 Investor visa approvals hit an all time high in 2023. What countries are driving it? https://bovinolawgroup.setmore.com. https://www.bovinolawgroup.com/ Frank Bazalgette, a "born and raised" Londoner who now lives in Argentina and teaches English, shares some advice for learning a language. . Frankly Speaking English - book a lesson. Now Kaila Uli, the e-commerce guru, with some hard advice for when to call it quits. She's talking specifically about ecommerce, but this applies generally as well. You got to know when to fold 'em. stan.store/Kailauli Let's close with some encouragement from next from Tama Kieves in her shortcast, Rock Your Briliance Shortcast with Tama Kieves. She talks about the paradox of being happy, and also wanting more...the drive of Creative Discontent. Tama Kieves' Linktree. I hope you enjoyed this taste of some of our favorite recent shortcasts. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”.

    • 9 min
    Six insights by the numbers. (Volume 19 Best of Shortcast Club)

    Six insights by the numbers. (Volume 19 Best of Shortcast Club)

    EPISODE 19 February 26, 2024 Hello! We're here today with volume 19 some of our favorite recent shortcasts. I'm Avi Kaufman, your host, and this is "Shortlights: an anthology of the Best of Shortcast Club." I hope you learn something or find inspiration from today's selection. In today's episode you'll hear from Tami Amit about the 4 chemicals of happiness, Bill Harper with 20 pieces of wisdom that will change your business, Susan diRende with a trick she learned from musician Bobby McFerrin, Samantha Chung with insights on intrinsic motivation, Kaila Uli with an expensive lesson, and we'll wrap up with a question from Holly Schroder. Let's start with Tami Amit, a therapist. She explains the 4 brain chemicals that produce different types of happiness, and how to get them, in this episode of Therapy Beyond the Couch. Purpose (Dopamine), Relaxation (Serotonin), Energy Release (Endorphins), and Connection (Oxytocin). Therapybeyondthecouch.com Second, let's hear some rapid-fire marketing advice! In this episode of Don’t Just Win. Dominate.™, Bill Harper, a marketing & branding leader, lists 20 pieces of wisdom that will totally change your business. Wmharper.com Next up is the Creativity Uplift podcast by Susan diRende, author of the novel "Knife Witch." In this episode she shares a trick she learned from acclaimed musician Bobby McFerrin for how to switch things up to improve. susandirende.ink Next, an episode of Simplifying Sam - The Shortcast!, with Samantha Chung. In today's episode, she muses about how once you successfully motivate once you stop being attached to things. linktr.ee/simplifying.sam Kaila Uli spent $10,000 on her first website, and $50,000 on ads, and only got 8 sales. She shares here the lessons she learned from that experience. stan.store/Kailauli To wrap it up, a musing from Holly Schroder, a licensed clinical social worker. She wonders if the reason why she can't make small talk at a party is because, as a therapist, she's so committed to big talk. linktr.ee/LCSWHolly I hope you enjoyed this taste of some of our favorite recent shortcasts. If you did, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! We really appreciate your support as we grow our audience. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”. Thanks, and happy listening.

    • 12 min
    Miracles that Open your Eyes. Episode 18

    Miracles that Open your Eyes. Episode 18

    EPISODE 18—In today's episode you'll hear from Joshua Terhune, a therapist with news of a miracle drug and a story about Kurt Vonnegut, form Samantha Chung with a twist on the classic affirmations, from Bill Harper with the key to marketing, and life, from Sid Hewison, an Australian tour guide, from Liz Jane on the three corporate worker personality types, from Marissa Moyer with how to get over your screwups, and finally from Carolina Goodman to teach us about the Wolf Moon. First up, in this 30-second episode Joshua Terhune, a therapist, tells us about a miracle drug.Joshua Terhune's Linktree. Let's here one more minute from Joshua. Here he shares an inspirational story about his hometown hero, Kurt Vonnegut. I personally love this perspective shift, especially as a perpetual creator with mixed results. "I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it, people like me!" That affirmation comes of course from Al Franken's SNL character Stuart Smalley, and reciting affirmations has become mainstream pop psychology. But what if affirmations don't work for you? In this episode of Simplifying Sam - The Shortcast!, Samantha Chung shares a twist on this approach that works better for her. Sam's Linktree. In this next episode of Don’t Just Win. Dominate.™, Bill Harper, a marketing & branding leader, goes a bit philosophical and shares the key to get everything you have ever wanted. Bill's website. Sid Hewison, an Australian tour guide, shares this episode from when he was touring the US. In this episode he's in southeastern New Mexico, the historical site for the development of a rather unusual, experimental weapon from World War 2. Sid's Linktree Next, an episode of Liz Jane's Working Girl Shortcast. She shares three types of career personalities she has observed in corporate America. Liz Jane's Linktree. In this next episode, Marissa Moyer, a career coach, talks about what do to if you screw up at work and how to get over it. Marissa's links Finally, to wrap it up, this short episode of the perennially popular Skygazing with Carolinda Find her book "Once in a Full Moon" on Amazon. I hope you enjoyed this taste of some of our favorite recent shortcasts. If you did, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! We really appreciate your support as we grow our audience. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”.

    • 17 min
    Energy & Insights for 2024 (Vol. 17 Best of Shortcast Club)

    Energy & Insights for 2024 (Vol. 17 Best of Shortcast Club)

    Hello! And Happy New Year! If you like variety, this is the podcast for you. Today's theme: energy and insights for the new year. We'll start with two observations on language, one from Frank Bazalgette, a "born and raised" Londoner who now lives in Argentina, and one from Drake Abshire, a real estate agent in Louisiana. Then, shifting gears, Samantha Chung explains why the excuse "I need more time" has nothing to do with time, and what to do about it. Next, branding guru Bill Harper explains three levels of the classic "sell me this pen" exercise. Then Tom Jordan, an acclaimed voice actor, tests out a microphone that I'm considering buying. And finally, post holidays, some timely advice from Joshua Terhune, a child therapist, on how to play with your kids. Frank Bazalgette, a "born and raised" Londoner who now lives in Argentina, makes observations of English words that are used in Argentina instead of their Spanish equivalent. Frankly Speaking English - book a lesson. Next, let's learn a word that made it's way into the Louisiana lexicon via French. Drake Abshire, a real estate agent in Lafayette, Louisiana, has been doing a series on unique words there. This is a very short episode where he introduces today's word, "mas". Visit Drake's links. As we start off the new year, it's a good time to hear some advice from Simplyfying Sam - The Shortcast!. Samantha Chung let's us know, the excuse "I need more time" has nothing to do with time. So, what is it about? Sam's Linktree. Next, Bill Harper, a marketing & branding leader, illustrates three increasingly sophisticated way to sell something, using the classic example of "sell me this pen." Getting to that top level is something that seems simple, but it's not easy! Hear more in his podcast Don’t Just Win. Dominate.™ Bill's website. If you're looking for a microphone for your shortcast, here's a demonstration of the iPhone pro microphone versus the Shure MV5 microphone, performed by Tom Jordan, an acclaimed voice actor and audio book narrator, in his shortcast Tom Voiceover Quick VO Tips. Frankly, I think both sound great, but for a professional like Tom I think the microphone does make a difference! I’m considering buying this one as well, so thank you Tom for the recommendation and for demonstrating it! Speaking of toys, here is Joshua Terhune, a child therapist, with three quick tips on how to play with your kids. Joshua Terhune's linktree. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”. Thanks, and happy listening.

    • 12 min
    Less is More. (Volume 16 of Best of Shortcast Club)

    Less is More. (Volume 16 of Best of Shortcast Club)

    Today's theme: Less is more. We'll hear from Kaila Uli, a business coach, from Liz Jane, a young professional, Marissa Moyer, a career coach, Daniel Lim, a college senior, Joshua Terhune, a child psychologist, Dr. Ben Rein, a neuroscientist, and Drake Abshire, a real estate agent in Louisiana. Kaila Uli is a business coach for online stores. In this shortcast she gives two great pieces of advice, both of which I think pertain to podcasting as much as online stores. If you've ever tried to make a podcast, I bet both of these will resonate with you. Visit her Stan Store. Next, an episode of Liz Jane's Working Girl Shortcast. Does quantity or quality of speech matter more in a corporate environment matter? Liz Jane's Linktree. In my experience, it's the opposite on good teams and with good leaders, where it's the quality and thoughtfullness of your remarks that matter more. So the quality of your team and leaders matters. Continuing on the theme of good leaders, Marissa Moyer, a career coach, gives some advice on how to deal with a toxic leader. Marissa's links Daniel Lim, is a senior at Duke University, and comes from an immigrant family. In this episode of Limmy Talks, he talks about how hard his parents work and the long hours they endure at a nail salon, 6-days a week, 12 hours a day, and how that influences his own dreams for the future. Visit Daniel's linktree. On the topic of parents influencing their kids, in this shortcast form Joshua Terhune, a child therapist, he argues against the in vogue statement that Elf on a Shelf is preparing kids for life in a surveillance state. He explains how, from his perspective, Elf on a Shelf is in line with kids cognitive development at certain ages. . Joshua Terhune's linktree. Next, Dr. Ben Rein, is a PhD Neuroscientist explains the brain in his shortcast Make it Brain (with Dr. Brein). Actually, in this episode, he asks, how much of your brain is really necessary? Ben's website. Finally, let's conclude with this shortcast from Drake Abshire, a real estate agent in Lafayette, Louisiana. He introduces us to a saying used there. Visit Drake's links. I hope you enjoyed this taste of some of our favorite recent shortcasts. If you did, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! We really appreciate your support as we grow our audience. There are links for each of the creators you heard today in the show notes. We encourage you to find and follow them on Shortcast Club. Check out more great shows available on Shortcast Club. Download the app from the iOS or Android app store - search for “Shortcast Club”. Thanks, and happy listening.

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