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David Carson: A Sherlockian Conversation

The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast

Director David Carson (The Blue Carbuncle, The Resident Patient, The Musgrave Ritual, The Six Napoleons) shares stories of his time on the Granada Sherlock Holmes series and his memories of the great Jeremy Brett. Please remember to like, rate, and subscribe! Feedback: contact@sherlockpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/sherlockpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/sherlockpod Web: www.sherlockpodcast.com Prop Replicas: http://tinyurl.com/SherlockianRelics

1hr 3mins

28 Feb 2021

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STAR TREK: GENERATIONS (David Carson, 1994)

WINEning About Movies

Seventy-eight years after the fateful maiden voyage of the USS Enterprise-B - a trip that saw the disappearance of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk into a mysterious energy band known as "The Nexus" - Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the U.S.S. Enterprise-D crew must deal with a renegade scientist, who is destroying entire star systems. Only one man can help Picard stop Soran's scheme, and he has been dead for seventy-eight years.Go on this adventure with your co-hosts, Elysabeth Gwendolyn Belle and Robert Meyer Burnett who talk Trek, review this movie and share a bottle of what we believe MUST be Saurian Brandy, but looks oddly like wine.(Episode #72. Originally aired: September 8, 2020)

1hr 41mins

18 Feb 2021

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Modern Prodigal - David Carson

Victory Church Media

Visit us Facebook @navictorychurch and Youtube @victorychurchmedia. Join us live Sunday's at 10:30 am and 6:30 pm, also, Wednesday's at 7.

51mins

16 Sep 2020

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Sea Level Rise and Real Estate with David Carson

From the Ground Up - Real Estate Podcast

About David Carsondwcarson@coastalriskconsulting.comCoastal Risk Consulting305-987-2183@davidwilliamcarsonNOAA Sea Level Rise ViewerFlood FactorDavid W. Carson is an artist, scientist and entrepreneur, working at the intersection of real estate, climate risk and environmental science. Joined by the nation's best in climate modelling, geo-spatial analysis and holistic risk assessment, David directs the business development division of Coastal Risk Consulting.Prior to joining CRC, David served as founding agent for the tech-startup, Compass, co-founded Alchemy Related Companies and worked alongside an international consortium of scientists at the Institute of Water and Climate Risk in Amsterdam. David is a practicing painter and poet with a focus on issues of environmental conservation and climate migration

51mins

24 Aug 2020

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David Carson of 24Life on Showing Up Every Single Day And Giving 110%

Live Better Podcast

Live from the Live Better recording studio! Bret and Jason are here this week with David Carson. David Carson is a Nike Master Trainer, Jordan Band trainer, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and EXOS Performance Specialist. He is also the CEO of 24Life Sport and Performance Training. As a former professional basketball player, David has over 10 years of experience in the field, working with clients extending from professional athletes, including NBA and MLS, to the veteran weekend warrior looking for an edge.  Listen in as Bret and Jason discuss with David Carson what it means to show up every single day - for yourself and for others - and what it means to give 110%. David goes into his story of becoming a coach and how his upbringing shaped the coach who he is today. Show notes: [01:30-8:00] - Welcome David Carson! [8:00-15:55] - David’s story and overcoming adversity  [16:00-19:00] - Life altering injuries + taking away the ego  [19:00-20:00] - Mental versus physical change  [20:00-21:10] - Training NBA players, for the love of basketball and using your gift to help others.  [21:10-24:40] - David and his Mom - making everyone in a room feel special and the importance of continuous improvement and lifelong learning  [24:40-30:00] - Buying into 100% of what you are doing  [30:00-32:00] - Playing hard and giving everything you have - without leaving anything in the tank. The locked in mentality and loving what you do. [32:00-34:00] - Finding your WHY [34:42-36:00] - Going for it, The Alchemist, and pouring your ALL into everything  [36:00-46:00] - Pushing people to the limits of potential and improving the healthcare continuum especially in the black community  [47:00-48:00] - Showing kids their true limits and full potential (both physically and mentally) through coaching  [49:00-52:00] - What it means to be a coach, and the responsibility of a coach [52:00-55:00] - Giving back to our youth! They are limitless, and molds of clay and the impact a coach can have in the youth is like no other.  [55:00-57:00] - David's Best Day Ever: Training and teaching kids who have never trained before, training sessions with CEOs and founders, speaking and sharing his story, constantly growing and challenging himself to be a better person [57:45-End] - Learn more about David on Instagram at @24lifedc, at On Your Mark through Game Changers Kids Training Program and his website DavidCarson24life.com 

59mins

31 Mar 2020

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Episode 099: David Carson - The End of Print

Looking Sideways Action Sports Podcast

Full episodes info and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Every so often this podcast throws up some proper pinch-yourself moments, and this conversation with graphic design titan David Carson is one such occasion.Carson is, without question, the most notorious graphic designer of the last thirty years. His reach is total and his influence ubiquitous, as anybody who has worked in the media during that time will tell you.He also has a strong link to the action sports world, whether through his work designing titles such as Transworld back in the day, or as a hardcore surfer who avidly reads Beach Grit each day and counts Mikey Dora as a personal hero.He’s been a dream guest for years, but somebody I always assumed I’d never get the chance to interview. So when friend of the podcast David Benedek asked me to go and meet Carson any Gatwick airport to pick up some prints and record an interview, I leapt at the chance. The result was a highly enjoyable, meandering chat that took in the highlights of Carson's career and his views on surf culture, while showcasing his puckish sense of humour and insatiable curiosity.My thanks to David Benedek for making this one happen, and to Carson himself for being such a great sport on a rainy night in Gatwick.Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, and to my editor Fina Charleson.

1hr 14mins

18 Oct 2019

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Encore: Power Animals, Spirit Clans and Shamanism: Indigenous Wisdom with David Carson

Dr. Kelly Neff

Spirit clans represent our most ancient spiritual roots. Your clan is a spiritual bonding with your primordial self, your beginning, your most ancient identity. Knowing and understanding your clan will empower you, help carry you through life, and see you through tumultuous and shifting times. David Carson s book Spirit Clans is an introduction to the world of spirit clans and shamanism and includes thorough and vivid descriptions of the physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of 75 clans. We also will discuss how ancient shamans were the first psychologists, how to tell the difference between a power animal and a spirit clan, and we will explore themes relating to Carson's book on Animal Medicine Cards!

4 Jul 2018

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Power Animals, Spirit Clans and Shamanism: Indigenous Wisdom with David Carson

Dr. Kelly Neff

Spirit clans represent our most ancient spiritual roots. Your clan is a spiritual bonding with your primordial self, your beginning, your most ancient identity. Knowing and understanding your clan will empower you, help carry you through life, and see you through tumultuous and shifting times. David Carson s book Spirit Clans is an introduction to the world of spirit clans and shamanism and includes thorough and vivid descriptions of the physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of 75 clans. We also will discuss how ancient shamans were the first psychologists, how to tell the difference between a power animal and a spirit clan, and we will explore themes relating to Carson's book on Animal Medicine Cards!

6 Jun 2018

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216 – David Carson

Surf Splendor

Apple called him “a pioneer with profound impact” and Newsweek magazine said he “changed the public face of graphic design”. In 1991 David Carson redesigned Surfer Magazine and established a now iconic graphic design style seated in raw human emotion. That work led to numerous awards and an expansive client list that includes Audi, … Continue reading "216 – David Carson" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

2hr 13mins

3 May 2018

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24 Seven Presents: David Carson of The New Stand – If a Blog and a Bodega Had a Baby

Content Is Your Business

Experiential hybrid of retail and media… David Carson, Co-founder and CMO of The New Stand (a bodega with new products, new content, and new experiences for people on the go, packaged with a spirit of service, style, and modern convenience – (profile)) joins hosts Lisa Berger, Edward Hertzman and Dalia Strum in the MouthMedia Network Studios powered by Sennheiser. Presented by 24 Seven Talent. Brick and mortar and ferries, improving the commute, and the value of membership David Carson, Co-founder and CMO of The New Stand and Berger discuss how they met. Carson shares his view on The New Stand, it’s as if you took your favorite local bodega and favorite blog and merged the two. The key is convenient access; The New Stand’s brick and mortar locations are now complimented by locations in all of the brand new New York City ferries on the East River which Carson goes on to say have been more successful than anticipated. He explains that The New Stand concept was based on the idea that people have been commuting to commute, but the experience can be upgraded with a lovely shop for things you need (including beer and wine). Carson shared the genesis of the first store in the Union Square Station, and how The New Stand has helped improve commuters’ days. He dives into the corporate partnerships including one with Havianas, offering promotions like membership cards and concerts with discounted tickets for members. , Carson goes on to explain the challenging logistics of the three underground stores, and the demand for this type of model in airports. Berger brings gifts to the hosts and producers purchased at The New Stand in Union Square that morning. The app, ecommerce and data, the genesis of The New Stand, memory retention from gum, and a partnership with GE In addition to brick and mortar stores, what makes The New Stand unique is their membership app, meant to keep consumers tethered to the store throughout the day. The app is filled with contentincluding new artists, and new products, along with a twice-daily digest and daily playlists with new music. What’s next? Carson says the company will be launching a feature for the holidays so consumers can buy things through the app.The goal is to make each member’s day better/easier in some way. According to Carson, member feedback is critical to this model. The hosts discussdata, what can be done with the data, AI, and how overwhelming all of this information can be. Berger references a recent article in Bloomberg stating that “Data Science is the sexiest job of the 21st century. The hosts discuss career paths and wonder if today’s culture lionizes the wrong things. Carson says the model for The New Stand is using data to improve the customer experience by capturing what consumers really want. Instead of adding retail locations, you can keep updating the retail locations and have consumers connected to the store when they are not at the store. Carson shares how the four partners conceived of The New Stand when they come back to New York from a trip and realized the options were majorly lacking in comparison to their experiences abroad — deciding immediately look for a space in the subways. Amazon, the newer generations, tactical marketing, and defining content In some personal-based questions, Carson recalls the nineties in New York City, potential futures of (and an aha moment around) Amazon and its cloud services, new types of commerce, a trust factor of brand reputations and durability, and how changing your business midstream often fails. He remembers abusive bosses and orchestrating terrible Broadway shows in music school, how passionate people succeed, the danger of coddling, what he learned about himself from that abuse, the value of paying dues, how a lot of kids coming out of college think they are already awesome, and the missing value of starting at the bottom and growing to the top. Carson points out that much of marketing comes from tactical instead of and doing projects around stories that are already settled, and the importance of having a point of view. Strum points out that content is like the wrapping paper of what people are sharing or meaning. Carson says that the modalities of advertising are in free form and that it’s better to create a platform than create content for someone else’s platform, creating content is not the same as being a successful business. He goes into coming from a world of advertising, how companies like Steemit mean we are looking at a new system at how content creators can be paid in the future. And his final thought: “Content literally means noting. It is an empty vessel. I wish there was a different word. We’re all trying to figure out what this is exactly.” The post 24 Seven Presents: David Carson of The New Stand – If a Blog and a Bodega Had a Baby appeared first on Content Is Your Business.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 29mins

11 Oct 2017

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