In this episode Tony speaks to Martin Brown from Continuum Financial Services.Amongst other things, they talk about recruiting during the pandemic. - How does a virtual interview impact on gut instinct? - Do you need to meet the candidate face-to-face at any point? - What does this say about the future of recruitment?There's plenty of takeaways in this episode, as always. Enjoy!Martin can be found here:linkedin.com/in/martin-brown-a396784Continuum - Adviser Firm of the Year (mycontinuum.co.uk)In every episode, Tony Bates from Idex Consulting, speaks to another expert about a different aspect of Financial Services. You can find out more about by going here
Regenerative Design - The Living Building Challenge - Martin Brown - BS045
Building Sustainability Podcast
Martin Brown joins me to discuss how we can make regenerative buildings. We discuss Martin's 'Zoom Regenerative' which was alongside Building Sustainability in the ASBP 2021 Awards final. We also discuss The Living Building Challenge to find out what it is and how it works. Building Sustainability Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainabilityLinksMartin's website - https://fairsnape.com/Regen Notes (Newsletter) - https://fairsnape.substack.com/Building Sustainability Website - https://www.buildingsustainabilitypodcast.com/Zoom Regenerative - https://fairsnape.com/zoom-regen/Architects Declare - https://www.architectsdeclare.com/Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN) - https://www.architectscan.org/Anthropocene Architecture School - https://linktr.ee/AnthropoceneArchitectureSchool (See also BS029 - https://www.buildingsustainabilitypodcast.com/the-rebel-architect-scott-mcaulay/)The London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) - https://www.leti.london/Ayurvedic Architecture - http://www.vediccityplanning.com/RESTORE - https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA16114/#tabs|Name:overviewLiving Building Challenge - https://living-future.org/lbc/Living Building Challenge Standard - https://www2.living-future.org/LBC4.0?RD_Scheduler=LBC4Living Futures Institute - https://living-future.org/Cuerden Valley (UK Living building challenge) - https://asbp.org.uk/awards-shortlist/cuerden-valley-park-visitor-centre-and-cafeBullitt centre Seattle - https://bullittcenter.org/RIBA Sustainability outcomes guide - https://www.architecture.com/knowledge-and-resources/resources-landing-page/sustainable-outcomes-guideEpisode sponsored by:Beavercraft Wood Tools Beavervcraft wood carving tools are great value and ideal for beginners and hobby carvers. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainability)
Martin Brown was a decorated powerlifter for a decade, winning titles and breaking records at British, European and World levels, who, since an accident in training left him disabled, now spends his time promoting the awareness of mental health and issues men face.
Mary bell was a 10 year old child when she killed for the first time,she later went on and killed 2 little boys , this episode is dedicated to Martin brown and Brian howe , who sadly lost their lives R.I.PSources: http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/december/17/newsid_3261000/3261087.stmhttps://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/for-ever-a-child-killer-1161689.htmlhttps://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/10-crimes-that-shook-britain-817163https://medium.com/crimebeat/the-11-year-old-serial-killer-6c64a552ffe8Website: www.stolenfrommepod.comTwitter: stolenfrommepodinstagram: stolenfromepod linktree:https://linktr.ee/Stolenfromme6
Healing the future through the built environment with Martin Brown
The Regenerative Real Estate Podcast
Martin Brown is a sustainability provocateur and regenerative practitioner that combines decades worth of construction background to help advance the built environment by looking holistically at practices that restore, revitalize, and offers hope. Martin is a Living Future Ambassador out of the U.K. and is the founder of Fairsnape. His company does consultancy and advocacy work for regenerative sustainability, built environment improvement, social responsibility and social media.
Today I am interviewing Martin Brown who is the CEO of Elephants Child to gain his insight on how he has managed to thrive in this season but also gain some helpful strategies for all organisations. Martin gave us some really nuggets of strategies to help businesses like around mindset and the mindset that we've been encouraging is consider that today is the first day of your business. Your mindset is one of a startup, how can you now get back to revenues both old revenues but importantly new revenues. I think the next thing I would say this, is still the case in the SME market. Most businesses still do not have a plan and you never the want to feel like you did on that day that we all got the news that we're going into lockdown and we started to see the severity of covid-19. Get that plan in place. It doesn't need to be a weighty tone. It does help to get good facilitation around you, but get that plan in place and be working to that plan. Connect with Martin: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-brown-53332914/ Website: https://elephants-child.co.uk/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/MB888888
#BlackLivesMatter - Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Martin Brown, & George Floyd Behind The Yellow Line True Crime Podcast Ep 3
Behind The Yellow Line
Video Version available on Youtube now! List of Places to donate: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X4-YS3vFn5CLL9QtJSU0xqmTh_h8XilXgOqGAjZISBI/mobilebasic?fbclid=IwAR3J-Zc9lu_9UKtTuZxFAvUt88ivyXN4y-N5IN7Z2qL_m5Qk-Q4J1pFQmfM Citations: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QttrFtLzK82guu2wkGFQPLGneSsYsokZDj6-jCxVN70/edit?usp=sharing Personal Message: I truly only want to help and affect change in a positive way. I hope you understand I want to be in this with you. I support you. I feel for you. I love you. I care. I stand by you. We're in this together. I understand that I will never truly understand, however I understand. #BLM This True Crime Podcast is hosted by Laura Jean. This includes graphic depictions of sensitive materials. Viewer discretion is advised. Trigger Warning is in effect. This week I discuss the brutal murders of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Michael Brown and George Floyd all by the hand of police officers. We then talk about the creation of the Black Lives Matter Movement. I share places you can donate. If you feel compelled to do anything at all, I ask you donate to one of the places in to this link. We can all affect change in the world, and we have to do better and be better. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Podcast videos out every Wednesday at 3PM EST. Come back for all your favorite stories while leave a suggestion down below, and who knows maybe your favorite story could be featured in a future episode! Follow Behind the Yellow Lines on Socials: @BTYLTrue Crime on Twitter @BTYLTrueCrime on Instagram I'm your host: LJ! Where to find me: http://www.youtube.com/c/laurajeanonline http://www.facebook.com/laurajeanonline Twitter: @laurajeanonline Instagram: @laurajeanonline Snapchat: @laurajeanonline Tiktok: @laurajeanonline--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/behindtheyellowline/support
Leah Martin Brown, LA singer: ''I went in blind!''
Leah sold her car, slung her guitar on her back, bid her beautiful Australian beach town goodbye for the bright lights of LA - and hasn't looked back in six years. Get inspired by her hunger for hard rock, altruistic Aussie spirit and insatiable craving to reach the top of the music world.
GVP #159 - Martin Brown: The Dark Side of the Floyd
Good Vibrations Podcast
It's back to music industry research for this episode - a revolutionary act in itself when any other show in the Brave New World of 2020 is about the C-word.Joining me is music fan and citizen researcher Martin Brown who, inspired by 'Musical Truth' and the work of David McGowan, set about looking into one of his favourite groups, Pink Floyd, to see what nefarious connections may lie beneath as possible clues as to just why this group became as phenomenally influential as they did.All the group members, Martin asserts, come from incredibly posh backgrounds, and joining a rock band was not a natural career path for any of them. We discuss the Floyd's early role in helping to shape and define London's psychedelic counter-culture, the ensuing 'madness' of Syd Barrett, and the group's reinvention as bastions of the progressive rock scene.We focus specifically on the extra-curricular activities of the outspoken and enigmatic Roger Waters, questioning how sincere or otherwise his actions may be.Martin is collating his extensive research on aspects of Floyd conspicuously missing from official biographies, into an upcoming book. He can be e-mailed directly at email@example.com