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39 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alan Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alan Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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39 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alan Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alan Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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RAMFM Eighties Hit Radio DJ Alan Brown 25112020

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Live show podcast 25/11 covering the 80s
Nov 26 2020 · 1hr 27mins
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RAMFM Eighties Hit Radio DJ Alan Brown 25112020

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Live show podcast 25/11 covering the 80s
Nov 26 2020 · 1hr 27mins

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Alan Brown - The Meaning of Life

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Doing the done thing, being safe, then breaking free, Alan tells his journey to thriving business owner, and how relationships are the bedrock of who he is and why he does what he does.
Jun 15 2020 · 55mins
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Alan Brown: From Living with Paralysis to Living During a Pandemic

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COVID-19 has, in many ways, paralyzed society. From physical limitations and financial strain to debilitating fear, this pandemic has given many of us our first taste of true immobilization. For people living with paralysis, this is far from a new feeling.

In Episode 8, Molly and Hans interview Alan Brown -- who in addition to his career in public relations is involved with the Alan T. Brown and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundations.  Alan has been physically paralyzed since 1988; among many interesting topics, he shares the similarities he has noticed between the COVID-19 Pandemic and life with physical paralysis. He shares tools that have helped him mobilize his body and mind in spite of his paralysis. Listen to learn more about how to stay connected during the pandemic, how to repurpose negative energy, and how to find meaning in hardship.

Jun 05 2020 · 55mins
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RAM FM Retro Mix August DJ Alan Brown

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A continuous mix of 80s remixed tracks
May 24 2020 · 53mins
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Cabin Fever Fables: Alan Brown and guests on cycling and stories

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Keen cyclist Alan Brown, and author of the bikepacking book Overlander, reads a glorious forest passage from his book and tells us why he loves cycling – both off-road in the Highlands and in the city as a townie and commuter. He's joined by fellow long-distance cyclists and writers Helen Moat (author of A Time of Birds) and Chris Dolan, both of whom are returning to the podcast. Together they look at why we need to improve our cycling infrastructure and what would be the most important steps to take, and how to get back in the saddle if you haven't ridden for a long time. And they all describe the joys of being on a bike!
May 21 2020 · 32mins
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Mindful Over Matter: How to Power Up Your Kid’s Brain, with Alan Brown, the ADD Crusher

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Today, we’re talking to my friend Alan Brown.  Alan is an entrepreneur, former marketing executive, and president of Crusher Solutions where he creates the ADD Crusher videos, tools, and Crusher TV.  He’s also created a guide called “Stop Making Your ADD Worse”, which can be found on www.addcrusher.com.

In Today’s Episode, Alan and I talk about taking care of our brains and ways to do it - how visual clutter impacts us, the importance of paying attention to what we are paying attention to, and why simple carbs, though tasty and comforting, are not a good plan.  We also talk tools we provide kids to manage their emotions.

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Apr 03 2020 · 31mins
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FLASH INSIGHTS with Alan Brown

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Learning REWIRED's FLASH INSIGHTS is a short and sharp distillation of key takeways from our podcast series.

In this episode, the highlights of our interview with Alan Brown, Professor of Digital Economy at Exeter Business School and author of Delivering Digital Transformation - a manager's guide to the digital revolution..

Discover:

  • Why digital transformation is a revolution, not just another evolutionary step
  • Why human problems are more and more predictive problem, not computational problems, and what that means in unpredictable times
  • The importance of asking powerful questions that reveal the responsible, not only useful, potential of digital technology
  • The practical steps towards implementing and managing digital transformation in teams and organisations
Mar 19 2020 · 34mins
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ELR #007 - Delivering digital transformation with Alan Brown

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Professor Alan Brown is an expert in digital economy with a career rooted in private sector tech development. He has driven digital transformation from the inside out and, in this episode of Learning REWIRED, shares some of the many lessons he has condensed into his new book: Delivering Digital Transformation.

Key insights include:

  • What makes the current shifts in digital transformation a genuine revolution unlike anything we have seen before
  • Why HR and L&D roles are critical to successful digital transformation
  • The paradoxes that leaders need to be aware of
  • What's at risk for leaders who ignore the need for proactive ownership of digital transformation
Mar 11 2020 · 35mins
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Episode #87 Alan Brown

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Alan Brown is a top pianist, Hammond organist, teacher and all round music professional.  His projects have included Blue Train, Grand Central Band, Alan Brown Trio, Alargo and his two stunning solo albums ‘Silent Observer’ and ‘Composure’.  In addition he’s worked with a long list of fantastic musicians including both Nathan and Joel Haines.  Alan is a true musician, journeyman, a family man, a highly respected artist and a profound mind.  He’s deeply dedicated to his craft and to helping others discover and progress in music.  We hit the ground running on this episode and we covered a wide range of subjects.  Buckle up!

Feb 27 2020 · 1hr 30mins
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