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Anecdotally Speaking

Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk

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Welcome to our podcast, Anecdotally Speaking. Each week we tell a business story, talk about why it works and discuss where you might tell it at work. Our aim is to help you build your story repertoire.
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EL ANECDOTARIO

EL ANECDOTARIO

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El ANECDOTARIO ES UN MEDIO ENFOCADO EN COMUNICAR, ENTRETENER E INFORMAR CON LA FINALIDAD DE SER ESCUCHADOS. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/anecdotarioo/support
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Anecdotal Anatomy

Theresa Tobin Macy & Sherry Sadoff Hanck

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Anecdotal Anatomy - Science & Stories, is a series of casual conversations about what it is to live in a body. Expect storytelling & science as well as practices designed to deepen the mind-body connection.
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Anecdotal Koreans

Young and Kyla Kim

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Young and Kyla tied together by marriage and anecdotal experiences around Korea talk about their experiences. Join them as they continue to learn about each other and all the ways that Korea shapes their lives.
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anecdotal podcast

aaron tsuru

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Hi. I'm Aaron Tsuru and this is my podcast, Anecdotal. I'm a photographer, zinester, writer, videographer, artist, painter, singer, illustrator, momma, father, spouse, cat owner, runner, cyclist, agender genderqueer atheist liberal romantic with vitiligo in New York City. Let's share each other's stories! Love, Aaron Tsuru http://tsurufoto.com http://anecdotalpodcast.tumblr.com
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Anécdotas Bonitas

Chetto Bacon Cheddars

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Hola damas y caballeros, bienvenidos a este podcast pedorro que pueden admirar, aquí les hablaré de experiencias de la vida, estupideces que he vivido por culpa mía o de otra gente y gente potencialmente asquerosa o bella que he conocido. Con eso dicho y hecho, espero lo disfruten.
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Hear ye, hear ye, these anecdotes* from the courtroom**, courtesy of a friendly little lawyer man.*** Facebook Twitter Evidencecast@gmail.com *Segments not guaranteed to be in anecdote form **Segments not guaranteed to be law related ***The listener accepts any and all liability for injury related to the podcast. No Refunds.
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Has tenido alguna amistad que siempre saca temas de la nada? Alguna persona que al verla constantemente te cuestiones, ¿de donde rayos el saca sus cosas? A caso tu eres el que piensa mucho? En este podcast yo tratare de dejarte con un mayor entendimiento de lo que se siente ser un pensador compulsivo, de una vez aprenderas una que dos cosas.
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In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
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Epale #MyPeople Yo soy Marcia Moreno y desde este espacio les compartiré mis experiencias como cantante anónima, con más de 20 años en el ambiente musical. Además de contarles mi historia, les estaré compartiendo todo lo que vaya aprendiendo en este proceso de evolución a un nuevo conocimiento, en este mundo digital que muchas circunstancias nos han obligado a recurrir, para comunicarnos, para entretenernos, para aprender y enseñar. Los invito a que me acompañen y descubran más de éstas Anéc ...
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We are all looking for the turning point in a good story, and we love a story that demonstrates perseverance and resolve. Shawn and Mark discuss the relevance of this story to: explaining the data in a story, sizing up your competition and 'keeping Mum' with your competitive advantage. The post 204 – The Serve and Return Turning Point: Agassi, Beck…
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Reducing waste increases the efficiency of raw material use. But can we all agree that scraping mould off food product prior to packaging may be a little beyond the pale? Shawn and Mark discuss the relevance of this story to: understanding the difference between efficiency and cost cutting, short 'single point' storytelling, the retelling factor in…
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A governance and accountability story. Welcome to the Anecdotally Speaking podcast! Visit our website for more captivating stories and business insights! https://www.anecdote.com/ In this episode, … The post 201 – Governance and accountability lose their Barings appeared first on Anecdote.Bởi Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk
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Two explorers from the northern hemisphere set out to be the first to reach the South Pole - Roald Amundsen of Norway and Robert Falconer Scott of England. Their expedition planning, team, equipment and transport selections could not have been more different. Shawn and Mark discuss the relevance of this story to: corporate culture, knowing your lim…
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People from Hartlepool UK are known colloquially as 'monkey hangers' - a moniker that stems from the Napoleonic Wars of the 1800s. But this story is about a larrikin mascot in a monkey suit making mayor and breaking records... Shawn and Mark bring these disparate (but related) stories together to illustrate some business points around seizing the d…
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Australian champion swimmer Kieren Perkins barely qualified for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, and only just made the final for the 1500 metre event. Shawn and Mark discuss how extraordinary 'turn-arounds', under promising and over delivering, and reduced expectations of self can sometimes lead to world class moments. The post 197 – Atlanta Olympic swi…
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Michigan University researchers sought to understand the 'stickiness' of stories - does factual or emotionally charged information provided 'after the fact' change how a story is told or re-told? Shawn and Mark discuss how a 'better story' might usurp an prevailing story (sometimes regardless of the truth). The post 196 – Better fire story – Michig…
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Bird watcher and engineer Eiji Nakatsu sped up and made Japan's bullet trains quieter by studying the kingfisher's beak. Shawn and Mark stick their noses into how a business might use this story to encourage innovation through biomimicry. The post 195 – Bullet train kingfisher nose – Eiji Nakatsu appeared first on Anecdote.…
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Jeanne Louise Calment lived to 122 years of age (a species record). Who would have thought such an age was achievable? How would you feel, betting against such a long life, and losing on the deal? Shawn and Mark discuss how a business might use this story to illustrate the unexpected nature of planning, and the danger of 'the sure thing'. The post …
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Andrew Loog Oldham at 19 years of age was the Rolling Stones first manager. By suggesting that Keith Richards and Mick Jagger start writing original songs, a 50 year plus collaboration was born (affectionately now known as the 'Strolling Bones' ;>). Shawn and Mark discuss how a business might use this story to explain both the value of copying mast…
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Sir Peter Blake suggested a single focus for New Zealand's Americas Cup challenge - only do those things that make the boat go faster - leading to two trophies. Shawn and Mark discuss how a business might use this story to galvanise a team. The post 192 – Americas Cup speed focus – Peter Blake appeared first on Anecdote.…
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Once upon a time, in bucolic Bucks County, PA, two yoga educators put their hearts and minds together to tell the epic tales our bodies tell. Their mission was simple, to reveal the stories our bodies hold and tell in service of linking the individual to the collective. It began with the idea of teaching anatomy by attributing character traits and …
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You know you’ve changed when what once made you mad now makes you laugh. (Tony Gaskins) That sounds like wisdom. Perspective often yields to wisdom which is why we assume it comes with age. In this, our penultimate episode, we revisit Vijnanamayakosha - the wisdom sheath, which includes intellect and intuition. While this is not a new topic for dis…
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This episode looks at play through the lens of Manomayakosha, the mental/emotional sheath (see Koshas, Season 1). Slipping into a playful mindset is beneficial in many ways. Enhances creativity Reduces stress Improves problem-solving skills Increases resilience Strengthens social bonds Boosts self-confidence Elevates mood Enhances cognitive functio…
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Here we are at episode 85, only three more to follow before we wrap up these conversations. We are sad to announce that the CAMP experience we lovingly curated was ultimately canceled (so please do not see this as an invitation to come to CAMP this summer, rather an invitation to see the magic in your life and add a dash of play to your daily doing…
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Sometime we just have to throw plans out the window as circumstances change. Blistering temperatures in Tunisia caused the simplification of a now iconic fight scene. The post 189 – The last raiders of the lost ark – Harrison Ford – Gary Marshall appeared first on Anecdote.Bởi Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk
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On today's episode, we announced that our final podcast will be E88. We still have a few more things to discuss in our weekly casual conversation, but we also feel it coming to its natural conclusion. Anecdotal Anatomy (the podcast) will be now be Anecdotal Anatomy in Action (seasonal signature programs - mostly live, some virtual). Our next progra…
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Can you imagine Sydney Harbour without the Opera House? Well, without 10 years of delays and $90 million in cost overruns the bridge might have been the only feature in the skyline. Join Shawn and Mark for a discussion on podiums, persistence and politics. The post 188 – Sydney Opera House – Jorn Utzon – Ove Arup appeared first on Anecdote.…
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This week, Theresa & Sherry explore the transformational journey that happens when we connect through creativity, community and communication. This journey is different for each traveler. Focusing on their on live programs and events, this episode is the first in the acronym breakdown of CAMP, an immersive adult camp coming up in August. The C in C…
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This episode on acknowledging and honoring our teachers was poetically recorded on Guru Purinima (a Hindu, Buddhist celebration of teachers - it honors the day the first guru was born - click link for more information). This personal episode has the hosts reaching back for memories of primary and secondary teachers, as well as their own identificat…
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Aging is a gift, unique to each person's unfolding. This week, we talk about aging in an empowering way and without judgement. We talk about cultivating vitality rather than chasing youth. Vitality feels like youth in the body's ability to be agile and strong, while operating from the aggregated wisdom of each era. The key moments in this episode a…
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A este episodio puede que le sientan un tinte un poco más editorial. Toca temas que me son muy cercanos. Además, vamos a hablar de temas que pueden ser considerados polémicos para algunos, nuevas leyes que singularizan a personas LGTBQ, sexo y otros temas. Este episodio saldrá al aire por primera vez en el cierre del mes del orgullo. En el último d…
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Join Anecdotal Anatomy for an episode that explores the art of magic and play. Discover the power of imagination, the benefits of a playful mindset, and the secrets of real magic, while ditching any notion of “magical thinking,” in service of something deeper. The Importance of Play Play doesn't just signify frolicking about without any tasks at ha…
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If it doesn't feel right, maybe it's not? Do the right thing, not the easy thing. We always have the right to choose, so ask questions and resist being made to feel 'incompetent'. Join Shawn, Mark and Anastasia Dedyukhina from Consciously Digital, as they share stories on digital privacy, attention and switching. The post 187-Privacy in the EU – An…
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Hace unos días visitamos la ciudad antigua de Jerusalén. Digo visitamos porque nos fuimos todos, en este podcast. Entramos a los mercados del barrio armenio, fuimos al monte de los olivos, nos morimos del calor en el muro de los lamentos y conocimos gente maravillosa. Y nos tomamos un descanso, porque el recorrido es realmente demandante. Aquí reto…
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This episode is the second in our two-part series on slowing down. Last week we talked about the ART of slowing down, today is more about the ANATOMY of slowing down (parasympathetic nervous system and vagus nerve). We have dedicated this month to slowing down, including these two episodes, a free 90-minute DYE (Discover Your Excellence: The Art of…
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The launch of a new product is risky, but to see young people interact with ease can give lots of confidence. In this episode, we discuss this very point with Ursula Llabres product owner at Meta Reality Labs. The post 185 – VR headsets are coming – Ursula Llabres from Meta appeared first on Anecdote.…
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Hace unos días visité a Israel, entrevisté a empresarios, hablé con historiadores, floté en el mar muerto, comí (de más, de verdad, me excedí), participé en la 25 edición del Pride Parade de Tel Aviv, y preparé para Actualidad Radio un especial con un recorrido por la ciudad antigua de Jerusalén, y ahora queremos hacer algo distinto a lo que hacemo…
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This is a conversations we should revisit periodically, especially since we can get caught up the "race" before noticing we are rushing. This episode is all about the importance, benefit, and practice of slowing down. The hosts are so passionate about this topic, they are offering two events that are all about finding that sweet spot between doing …
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