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The Non-Prophets 20.37 2021-09-12 with Arden of Eden, Nate Smith, and Colson Craig

The Non-Prophets

This week, Arden, Nate and Special Guest Colson correct a mistake from last week when they said Texas Senate Bill 29 was passed into law (it wasn’t but Governor Abbott called a third special session of the TX Leg to correct that “error”) discuss vaccine passports, share their thoughts on Harvard’s new atheist chaplain, Greg Epstein, look back to Roger Williams and his early call for church state separation, and they round that episode off with “Chicken Little” preacherman Mat Staver who warns that the Covid-19 vaccine will make planes fall from the SKY!

1hr 22mins

12 Sep 2021

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Nate Smith on The Thread

Soho Radio

In this episode, renowned drummer, songwriter and producer Nate Smith chats to hosts Nick Lewis and Alex LoSardo.This is the Soho Radio podcast, showcasing the best broadcasts from our online radio station in the heart of London.Across our Soho and NYC + Culture channels, we have a wide range of shows covering every genre alongside chat, discussions and special productions.To catch up on all things Soho Radio head on over to mixcloud.com/sohoradio or tune in live anytime at sohoradiolondon.com.This is a Soho Radio Productions Podcast.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/soho-radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


1 Sep 2021

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The Non-Prophets 20.34 2021-08-22 with Laura Magee, Nate Smith, and Ro

The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets, Episode 34 airing August 22, 2021 featuring Laura Magee, Nate Smith, and GUEST HOST Ro! Laura and the lads talk about: 1) Catholic employment discrimination 2) the lessons learned from the Haitian Revolution 3) hope for talking to the scientifically illiterate4) and a woman who sued McDonalds for tempting her during Lent.

1hr 22mins

22 Aug 2021

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A Little Something Like This - Nate Smith

I Will Write Your Book

Gene Dumm (Nate Smith) is a jingleman (his term) and wants to teach the world about how to write a good jingle and immediately upload it to the public domain. Also Will grew a mustache (did this happen before? I can't remember and refuse to learn) and Karen is filthy rich. __ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @IWillWriteYour Instagram: @IWillWriteYourBook Have a book idea or question about the publishing industry? Email: Book@willhines.net


12 Aug 2021

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Your Business Will Die Without Strong Alignment – with Nate Smith, Founder & CEO of Lever

Founders Focus

Circumstances change all the time. People change. Markets change. Opportunities show up at your front door.How can you make sure you're open to new opportunities – while not changing direction constantly?Nate Smith, founder and CEO of Lever, shares how authentic conversations are key to team alignment.🎬 Rather watch? Catch the video recording: https://bit.ly/3A8dBe0💡 Key takeaways: https://bit.ly/37iB4ge🗣 Have feedback?  Connect with Scott Case on LinkedIn💙 Visit foundersfocus.com to connect with other founders and see what topics are up next.✈️ This episode is brought to you by Upside Business Travel. Upside offers a free platform that allows you and your team to book, manage, and track business travel in one place.


3 Aug 2021

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Truth Wanted 04.29 07-30-2021 with ObjectivelyDan and Nate Smith

Truth Wanted

In today’s episode of the Truth Wanted! Objectively Dan is joined by Nate Smith from our sister show, Secular Sexuality. We’re so happy to have you here this week, Nate!Mark from Oregon is first up to discuss growing up gay and Pentecostal in the 70s. As an atheist, he realizes how sheltered his Christian faith kept him. He now lives his life free from religion and we’re happy to hear that. Thanks for sharing your story, Mark!Brandon in Texas recently lost his Christian faith and now feels the frustrations of unpacking childhood indoctrination. Is it any different than brainwashing? We tend to think it’s just a distinction without a difference and promote freedom of thought for all.Why do Christians often deny scientific facts? Vincent in England can’t wrap his head around the cognitive dissonance within religious communities- and we get it! Unfortunately, many scientific topics have become so politicized and threaten the core of most religious beliefs. Keep supporting scientific research.Tymm in Washington is a long-time caller who also grew up in the Pentecostal church and had an interesting realization about his experiences being “slain in the spirit”. Is speaking in tongues just a theater exercise? It may be, and those speaking gibberish in church might not even realize it.Another Mark In Oregon? What are the chances? Even wilder, Mark claims to have had telepathic experiences with UFOs! Unfortunately he’s never managed to capture any of these alien encounters on camera. Keep searching for answers and let us know when you gather some data.That wraps up tonight’s show. Thank you so much to our co-host, Nate. Remember to always keep wanting the truth. See you next week!

1hr 34mins

31 Jul 2021

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#HRTechChat with Nate Smith, Founder and CEO of Lever

3Sixty Insights

Nate Smith, founder and CEO of San Francisco–based Lever, joined us for this episode of the 3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat. Lever's technology for talent acquisition, as well as the vendor's philosophy behind finding new hires, helps employers facing complex challenges in reaching their strategic goals identify and woo future employees whose skills are essential to the related tasks at hand. As you can imagine, this made for an interesting podcast.Nate and I first spoke last summer and openly wondered whether it might have been one year exactly to the day that we recorded this episode -- which was Monday, July 19. Being a calendar pack rat, I did a search, and it turns out that we were off by just one week. Imagine that.Many organizations today wrestle with antiquated, clunky or inadequate functionality to assist and facilitate talent acquisition. At the very least, it's the last two of these that make it seem like all three anyway. The thing is, the very idea of an applicant tracking system (ATS) is ill-matched to helping employers keep tabs on potential new-hires in today's recruiting environment. Long in the tooth, the concept of an ATS was so-named at a time when the workflow and scope of recruiting would have been nearly unrecognizable to today's talent acquisition professionals.Specifically, the vast majority of ATS functionality struggle to account for today's environment. The word "applicant" itself assumes that the only job candidate worth tracking is one who's elected to apply for a job. This is simply short-sighted. Social media and the evolution of recruiting technology have finally brought us to a point where employers can target new-hire prospects with accuracy and treat them as leads to manage and nurture over the long term.In other words, the length of the journey of a potential new-hire today is akin to that of a potential customer -- perhaps longer, if we're talking about consumer products. Truth be told, customer relationship management systems have facilitated long nurturing cycles, for sales, for many years. Talent acquisition is catching up.For example, a recruiter may have a conversation with a high-value person who doesn't apply for a job as a direct result or any time soon. The last thing he wants to do is request this person enter her curriculum vitae into any conventional ATS whatsoever. Instead, he'd want to enter notes of the details of this contact and the attendant conversation into a candidate relationship management (CRM) system, marking the record for follow-up when and if an opening suitable for her opens. Only once she becomes an actual applicant does her CV enter the ATS.Most organizations solve for this issue by deploying their ATS and CRM (candidate relationship management) applications separately, contending with nearly impossible integration challenges. Lever combines the two as one application running a single data set governed by a single rules engine. We've heard of single applications for multiple functions before, and it's often a very good idea. It's almost silly to call such a sophisticated, purpose-built thing an ATS, frankly.Nate and I explored so much more. I urge you to view the entire podcast.


26 Jul 2021

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Secular Sexuality 08.28 07-22-21 with Christy Powell, Nate Smith, and PUCK

Secular Sexuality

They say that happiness is like peeing on yourself- other people can see what’s going on but only you can feel the warmth. At the same time, here at SecX we’d like to think that we’re just happy you’re happy- gay/straight, mono/poly, ace or aro. If only there was a word for such a thing… join the conversation as Christy, Nate and P*ck examine the poly-centered concept of compersion and consider the art of happiness, jealousy, autonomy and control. All that, dumb jokes and your calls! ►Expand your vocabulary or dive deeper into the episode at https://www.vcatx.com/media/compersion Secular Sexuality show is LIVE every Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30pm Central TimeIf you'd like to be on the show, use your phone ☎ and call 1-512-991-9242 or use a computer 💻 and click http://tiny.cc/callsex

1hr 30mins

23 Jul 2021

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Nate Smith: Leading with Values, Recruiting with Empathy

The Empathy Edge

How does a company lead with their values and, as a result, achieve phenomenal success for itself and its customers? Today, I talk with Nate Smith, the CEO and co-founder of Lever, a leading talent relationship management solution that makes it easy for talent teams to reach their hiring goals and to connect companies with top talent. Lever leads by example by leading with their values, both internally and externally, Nate and I talk about how they have weathered the storm and come out stronger than ever over this past year and how the company’s value of “cross-functional empathy” engages both employees and customers and helps them do their jobs better. He shares what leading with your values looks like and offers practical tips on what to think about, define, and share for your own organization. We also talk about the recruiting industry in general and how making this process more empathetic leads to better relationships between hiring managers and recruiters, and better brand experiences with candidates. Key Takeaways:Start conversations with a pause before launching into the topic and give people space for those in the conversation. When you’re going through times of difficulty, making people feel heard is just such a significant way that you can show kindness to each other and provide strength.When you are interviewing a candidate, it’s not just about what they can do for you, but what you can do for them. They are interviewing you as well.  "Cross-functional empathy is understanding that we all have different things that we bring. When we can work together, we can leverage those different perspectives to be more successful together in a way that we can never do on our own." —  Nate Smith About Nate Smith:Nate Smith, CEO and Co-founder, LeverNate leads Lever in its mission to offer talent leaders the reach of a marketing leader, the forecast of a sales leader, and the insight of a finance leader in a unified TRM platform. He’s passionate about enterprise software’s potential for business transformation, user experience, and human connection. Prior to Lever, Nate was a product manager on Google Analytics and the Google Search team. He led the first major redesign of Google’s image search UI, which launched in July 2010. Nate received a degree in electrical and computer engineering from Olin College, at which he was a member of the school’s second-ever graduating class. Connect with Nate:  Website: www.lever.coLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/nateps Don’t forget to download your free guide! Discover The 5 Business Benefits of Empathy: http://red-slice.com/business-benefits-empathy Connect with Maria: Get the podcast and book: TheEmpathyEdge.comLearn more about Maria’s brand strategy work and books: Red-Slice.comHire Maria to speak at your next event: Red-Slice.com/Speaker-Maria-RossLinkedIn: Maria RossInstagram: @redslicemariaTwitter: @redsliceFacebook: Red Slice


22 Jun 2021

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Guest: Nate Smith - RideFox.com / Ford Performance projects

Hard Parking

69. Video Marketing Specialist Nate Smith of Fox Factory / RideFox.com joins the show to talk about his path to success at such a young age and his life experiences doing projects alongside Ford Performance, Fox Factory, and the DC Strong pediatric cancer foundation.   Then Jhae is joined by a guest Cam Kupka for the Rental Car of The Week segment before the episode ends with the famous listener Q&A session.  Fox Factory - Nate Smith // YouTube: Part Out Convertible Mustang Rental Q&A Segment Connect with the show · Car Instagram / Show Instagram · Support us on Patreon · YouTube · Facebook · Twitter · Shop now at Teespring · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/support

1hr 18mins

24 May 2021