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Lauren Rosenberg

12 Podcast Episodes

Latest 25 Sep 2021 | Updated Daily

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#TBT Nailing Your First Date (with Lauren Rosenberg & Jaydi Samuels Kuba)

Kinda Dating

From September 2016 — We’re taking you back to our very first episode of Kinda Dating! First dates can be the start or end of potential love. So they are important! Professional matchmakers, Lauren Rosenberg (also a development executive) and Jaydi Samuels Kuba (also a TV writer), break down the dos and don’ts of first dates to Natasha Chandel! They reveal if you should show up on time and what not to say during dinner, in this throwback episode of Kinda Dating!Email us your thoughts at kindadating@gmail.comFollow Kinda Dating:www.instagram.com/kindadatingwww.facebook.com/kindadatingwww.twitter.com/kindadatingFollow Natasha Chandel:www.instagram.com/natashachandelwww.facebook.com/natashachandelofficialwww.twitter.com/natashachandelofficialFollow Aisha Holden:www.instagram.com/aishasaysdancewww.facebook.com/aishasaysdancewww.twitter.com/aishasaysdanceFollow Lauren Rosenberg:https://www.ljmatchmaking.com/www.instagram.com/lro_senberghttps://twitter.com/ElleRowehttps://www.facebook.com/LtotheRoFollow Jaydi Samuels:https://www.ljmatchmaking.com/www.instagram.com/jesscallmejaydihttps://twitter.com/jesscallmejaydihttps://www.facebook.com/jaydi.samuelsFollow Adam Pineless:https://www.instagram.com/adampineless Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

54mins

27 Jul 2021

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The Trans Sporter Room Ep93 -- Olympic Women's Basketball preview w/WBB analyst Lauren Rosenberg

Outsports

Light the flame! It was a year late, but Tokyo 2020 is off and running and this week's edition previews a marquee team sport. Can anybody stop Team USA from a seventh straight Olympic gold medal in women's basketball? Will Australia's Opals finally shine golden? And who could come from the shadows to make a "Miracle On Hardwood"? Karleigh Webb sits in with Fans Only Sports' Women's Basketball Analyst Lauren Rosenberg on the ins and outs of the Olympic Draw, the WNBA at the Olympic break, and why the deep talent pool should have the WNBA thinking "expansion".Also in this week's edition: Olympic update: Soccer and softball get underway History in Sapporo: A Canadian trailblazer makes an Olympic first Big Ups: To a hockey player on the rise, and to a legal eagle taking wing for what's right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

54mins

21 Jul 2021

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The Trans Sporter Room Ep93 -- Olympic Women's Basketball preview w/WBB analyst Lauren Rosenberg

Outsports

Light the flame! It was a year late, but Tokyo 2020 is off and running and this week's edition previews a marquee team sport. Can anybody stop Team USA from a seventh straight Olympic gold medal in women's basketball? Will Australia's Opals finally shine golden? And who could come from the shadows to make a "Miracle On Hardwood"? Karleigh Webb sits in with Fans Only Sports' Women's Basketball Analyst Lauren Rosenberg on the ins and outs of the Olympic Draw, the WNBA at the Olympic break, and why the deep talent pool should have the WNBA thinking "expansion".Also in this week's edition: Olympic update: Soccer and softball get underway History in Sapporo: A Canadian trailblazer makes an Olympic first Big Ups: To a hockey player on the rise, and to a legal eagle taking wing for what's right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

54mins

21 Jul 2021

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Bonus: Chef Hosea & Lauren Rosenberg

The Fine Line Podcast: Balancing Hedonism & Health

What is it like to win a reality show? Hosea Rosenberg first leapt onto the scene after winning Season 5 of Bravo's Top Chef. He soon took his esteemed catering business and food truck into a brick and mortar business with the launch of Blackbelly Market and Blackbelly Butcher. He then went back to his Taos, NM, roots with the opening of Santo Boulder. He met his wife, food publicist Lauren Feder Rosenberg at Aspen Food & Wine, and they went on to have their daughter, Sophie. When Sophie was 4, Hosea and Lauren discovered that she had a rare genetic disorder called MCTO (Multicentric Carpotarsal Osteolysis), which afflicts only thirty children worldwide. They started their foundation, Sophie's Neighborhood, to raise money and awareness to fight this rare disorder, and to save their daughter's life. Today we hear about what it was actually like to be on Top Chef, the unique and very humane way they run their restaurants, and their journey to fight for Sophie’s survival. Please donate to Sophie's cause via the link above. Sponsored Promotions: 10% off tickets to Steamboat Food & Wine Festival with the code FINELINE10 Interested in sponsoring us? Visit our Patreon page to see the levels of sponsorship or donate here.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finelinepodcast/support

1hr 8mins

13 May 2021

Most Popular

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From Tragedy to a Journey of Healing: An Interview With Lauren Rosenberg

Whispers & Bricks

The loss of a child… It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. And an unimaginable brick. Sadly, this is a tragedy thatoccurred to Lauren Rosenberg and her family. Four years ago, after 12 days in the hospital,her 20-year-old daughter Liora passed away. Today, on the Whispers and Bricks podcast, Lauren shares her inspiring story.

21mins

22 Feb 2021

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Business for Breakfast 7/10/20 - Lauren Rosenberg Lauren is the executive producer and host of What’s Your Line? with Lauren Rosenberg, an online gameshow and business interview show for business professionals to showcase their product or service.

Business for Breakfast

 @Lauren Rosenberg Lauren is the executive producer and host of What’s Your Line? with Lauren Rosenberg, an online gameshow and business interview show for business professionals to showcase their product or service. #Lauren Rosenberg L

8mins

10 Jul 2020

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Lauren Rosenberg: Fear and Phobia Relief Expert

The Spiritual Awakener

In this episode, Susan and Lauren discuss:Moving on from the loss of a child.Understanding that you can’t change the past.Know that you still have your own identity, even through remembering a lost loved one.Irrational fear and taking back control.Key Takeaways:Living in grief: Grief can be the loss of a loved one, job, or pet. Trust that whatever is happening in your life, you can get through it. You will be more resilient for having this experience.Loved ones aren’t gone, they are just in a transition. You will always have the memories and love you shared. You are not defined by a traumatic life event. You are so much more than one bad experience. "If you’re living in grief, if you feel you are completely in the darkness. Don’t forget that there is a switch and you can turn the light on." —  Lauren Rosenberg Connect with Lauren Rosenberg:Facebook: Lauren RosenbergWebsite: Fear-Busters.comLinkedIn: Lauren RosenbergBook: Love Light and Liora How to Move Forward When the Unthinkable Happens Connect with Susan Kennard:Twitter: @susankennardFacebook: Susan Kennard - Expand Your Consciousness, Sparkle to SuccessWebsite: SusanKennard.co.ukLinkedIn: Susan KennardEmail: Susan@SusanKennard.co.ukReach out to find the program for you! Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen Braun Audio production by TurnkeyPodcast Productions. You’re the expert. Your podcast will prove it. 

27mins

25 Jun 2020

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Make it Happen with Lauren Rosenberg - How to Move Forward when the Unthinkable Happens

Make it Happen with Costa Women

In the Make it Happen Studio, I talked to Lauren Rosenberg.  Lauren is a part time resident of Estepona.  She has recently published her book “How to Move Forward when the Unthinkable Happens: Love, Light and Liora”.  The first part of her book is the story of losing my daughter at 20 and the second part is a self help book on how to move forward after loss or an unthinkable event with plenty of practical exercises to do.  What has been the biggest support to you when dealing with the loss of Liora?Being an energist and knowing how to use the techniques I use in my clinic with my clients.Without this knowledge I am not sure how I would have coped.Extract of my book:“I know that for many, death and grief are taboo subjects. But all of us will experience loss at some point so I want to encourage you to share your grief. If we share our vulnerability with others, we can create much closer bonds. It’s easy to feel that you should shut yourself off when you’re struggling with grief, but I believe it’s better to reach out to those you trust at difficult times. They may have ideas and insights that might help us, and they can also give us the nurturing care we need. It’s when we’re in need that we discover who’s willing to walk alongside us. After all, we would help them in the same way. Sometimes it’s the people we least expect who give us the most support. But if we don’t open up, we’ll never find out. Along with our own strength and resilience, letting others in can help us manage the burden of grief.We can also check our thoughts and feelings by talking to others. Understanding our feelings can help release us from the guilt or the selfishness we might have about sharing our grief.Sharing in this way can also help others have a greater understanding of their own feelings and help them become more empathetic. When we share our fears, pain, joy and hopes, we share the universe’s wisdom and its loving care. I’ve heard death referred to as ‘emigrating to heaven’. After my experience, this is how I see death now. I think we are born into a body and leave it when we ‘die’; we still exist, just in a different form. An important point to remember is that the love you have for the person who has passed away will always be with you because love never dies. I don’t like the expression ‘I am sorry for your loss’ as I don’t feel I have lost my daughter. I may have lost the physical part of her, but she is still very much with us. Energy never dies"Connect with LaurenWebsite: www.fear-busters.comOr Facebook: Lauren RosenbergInstagram: lauren_fearbustersTwitter: @FearTipsLinkedIn: Lauren RosenbergSupport the show (https://costawomen.com/help/contact)

29mins

5 Jun 2020

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The Trans Sporter Room EP 26 WNBA and Lauren Rosenberg

Outsports

Dawn and Karleigh welcome Lauren Rosenberg, the first out LGBTQ sports reporter at the University of Missouri’s campus radio station, KCOU, and also a pioneer for women. We breakdown the WNBA draft and talk NCAA women's basketball, coming out at Mizzou, opportunities for women in media and what we love and hate about the Houston Astros, specifically their "Tequila Sunrise" jerseys from the 1970s and 80s. Plus, our shared love of Doctor Who! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

57mins

22 Apr 2020

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The Trans Sporter Room EP 26 WNBA and Lauren Rosenberg

Outsports

Dawn and Karleigh welcome Lauren Rosenberg, the first out LGBTQ sports reporter at the University of Missouri’s campus radio station, KCOU, and also a pioneer for women. We breakdown the WNBA draft and talk NCAA women's basketball, coming out at Mizzou, opportunities for women in media and what we love and hate about the Houston Astros, specifically their "Tequila Sunrise" jerseys from the 1970s and 80s. Plus, our shared love of Doctor Who! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

57mins

22 Apr 2020

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