S5E4 - Tim Dunn - Railway Historian & TV Presenter
Where Did It All Go Right?
Ali Jones is talking to our best-loved creatives about how they caught their breaks. This week Ali chats to British railway historian, travel editor & TV presenter Tim Dunn. Tim tells Ali about the teacher who he'll never forget, how he found his niche and why he wants Britain to fall back in love with our railways. This WDIAGR episode is sponsored by YunoJuno Freelance Marketplace.
Tim and I discuss how important it is that dads recognize that there are three elements of fatherhood which he has incorporated into his program Dads on Purpose. The three “events” of the DadAthlon are: * Connecting * Providing* LivingYou can get Tim's free resources including his Dad Quiz, a family movie finder, and the first three chapters of his book Dad on Purpose for free at www.dadathlon.com/greatdad
Broadcaster and railway historian Tim Dunn (Architecture The Railways Built, Secrets of the London Underground) talks about the comforts of John Betjeman and Edward Mirzoff's 1973 documentary Metro-Land. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If we all decided to give all of our money away at the same time, what would happen? It would be a game of hot potato: one man giving his money away to another who would give it away to the next, and on and on. We are not called necessarily to give away all of our money, we are called to steward it! How are you stewarding yours?In the third part of the Tim Dunn Series, Tim and Ken discuss how God has called us to be shrewd stewards and great investors of the gifts we have been given. “I think the way to handle money is to always deed it over to Christ. So everyone should give away all their money, but that doesn't mean you stop stewarding the money.” - Tim Dunn“You have to decide how to steward your money. You don't have to worry about losing the money, it wasn't yours in the first place. So don't have anxiety about it, but I do think in terms of, ‘OK, what is my best stewardship of this?’” - Tim DunnTim Dunn is the co-founder and CEO of CrownQuest Operating. He is also the author of Yellow Balloons: Power for Living Life Above the Circumstances. In addition to his writing and business accolades, Tim co-founded Midland Classical Academy in 1998, a non-profit, K-12 learning institution.Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today.
Tim Dunn Series - Part 2: What Determines Success?
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What exactly defines success? Your income? The size of your home? The value of your 401k? While all of these things may be a side effect of living a successful life, they do not define it. In the second part of the Tim Dunn Series, Tim and Ken discuss work ethic, mindset, and mentality and how they relate to and determine success. “The main thing a great leader does in any organization is they focus on building structures. Structure determines behavior and is anything that is a series of obstacles that creates a path of least resistance. Make a plan and hold it with open hands. Say ‘if the Lord wills, I am going to do this…’” - Tim Dunn“And people tend to say, you're successful because you have a certain amount of worth, value, or income, but all that can be gone tomorrow… Success is really taking the right approach to life.” - Tim DunnTim Dunn is the co-founder and CEO of CrownQuest Operating. He is also the author of Yellow Balloons: Power for Living Life Above the Circumstances. In addition to his writing and business accolades, Tim co-founded Midland Classical Academy in 1998, a non-profit, K-12 learning institution.Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today.
When we are “saved”, what are we being delivered from and what are we being delivered to? This is one of the many topics discussed by Ken Harrison with his guest Tim Dunn. Tim Dunn is the co-founder and CEO of CrownQuest Operating. He is also the author of Yellow Balloons: Power for Living Life Above the Circumstances. In addition to his writing and business accolades, Tim co-founded Midland Classical Academy in 1998, a non-profit, K-12 learning institution.In this episode, Tim and Ken discuss the assurance of our salvation that we have through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and the life we are called to lead as believers.“God says you can learn one or two ways: ‘You can trust me that I know what's best for you or you or you can experience it for yourself.’ Well, if you experience it for yourself, you can get a lot of mess and dirt.” - Tim Dunn“We either learn obedience to death on the cross like Jesus did and get that same reward with him. Or we cannot, and we lose that reward. So we're constantly being delivered.” - Tim DunnNever miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today.
For the final episode of Series 2 I was delighted to be joined by TV historian Tim Dunn. Tim’s series “Secrets of the London Underground” has just finished, providing a fascinating insight into some of the hidden gems across the network. Well worth a watch. We caught up with Tim, and Bird Edmund, our own heritage consultant, chatted about the series, but also about the future and how our work can continue to grow the rich heritage of the network. You can catch up with Secrets of the London Underground here and Tim’s previous series, The Architecture the Railways Built on UKTV player here.
Pubs, trains, and grassroots culture with Tim Dunn
New research suggests community-owned pubs help temper extreme political views | Why planning deregulation could be to blame for 800,000 new unsustainable homes | A London council picks infill over estate demolition | And why trains and rail architecture could be Britain’s most overlooked grassroots culture.This week Merlin is joined by Tim Dunn; presenter of Secrets of the London Underground, and The Architecture the Railways BuiltAs ever, listen, like, share, subscribe and this week complete our survey and tell us what you think. The Londown is produced in association with the Architects’ Journal. If you enjoyed the show, we recommend you subscribe to the AJ for all the latest news, building studies, expert opinion, cultural analysis, and business intelligence from the UK architecture industry. Listeners can save 15% on a subscription using this link. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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