Tom talks with the hugely talented vocalist and guitarist Becca Stevens. Becca shares in her upbringing in a musical family, how she found her way into jazz, songwriting with David Crosby and what's on tap in 2021.
Maria Pia de Vito, Becca Stevens, Elan Mehler, Daniel Casimir & More New Releases [Mondo Jazz 139-1]
The year ended as it started, and as if COVID-19 never were, with a heart-warming slew of great new releases. Here's the last installment for 2020 acting as a great omen for an equally rewarding 2021 jazz year.The playlist features Dr. John; Claire Daly; Jason Moran; Dave Douglas; Maria Pia de Vito [pictured]; Daniel Casimir, Tess Hirst; Ramon Moro; Joel Ross; Billy Childs; Becca Stevens, Elan Mehler; Lucia Cadotsch; Giovanni Francesca.Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/12324136/Mondo-Jazz (up to Giovanni Francesca).Happy listening!
The Benefits of Collaboration, NPR Tiny Desk and Teaching Songwriting - Becca Stevens - Episode 18
This week we had Becca Stevens on the podcast! Becca is a vocalist/musician based in NYC (Brooklyn). We had a great episode and talked about the benefits of collaborating with other musicians, teaching songwriting, and much more. We hope you enjoy this episode and thanks for listening! Links to follow us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mixedreviewspod/ Redbubble shop: https://www.redbubble.com/i/sticker/Mixed-Reviews-Logo-by-blakeroyal/47384533.EJUG5 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mixed-reviews/id1511590132 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bFBmL398uAu0ZkruNE9LV Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xY2Q2ZWE5MC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Links to follow Becca: Website: https://www.beccastevens.com/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/beccastevensbsb/ Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/0Sh2X6e3JerGnyEF0vDgbk?si=Kau5wR_AQzK1qj6-Zj1Z5g
179 | How to Host an Instagram Giveaway with Becca Stevens & Alison Tsang
Proof to Product
Hey friends! If you’ve considered joining the Proof to Product LABS community then you’ll enjoy today’s episode. It’s a really fun sneak peek of what we’re doing inside the LABS community as I shared a snippet of a live Coffee Chat we had with our members on the things that they’re trying within their business. Our Coffee Chat conversations cover a wide range of topics but in this episode, you’ll hear a small segment from our most recent session focused on Instagram Giveaways. I spoke with two business owners who have experience in hosting giveaways, Alison Tsang of Love Through Letterpress and Becca Stevens of Botanical Bright. These two generously shared their experiences with recent Instagram giveaways. They touched on their goals, the structure they used for the campaigns, technology tools they used to assist and the outcomes they had. We all shared our opinions on the best time to do a giveaway, group giveaways and strategies to incentivize your customers during the purchasing process. ON TODAY’S EPISODE: Their goals for their Instagram giveaway campaigns What type of giveaway they did and their structure for it Technology tools they used to track their giveaway The outcomes Becca and Alison saw from this campaign Their thoughts on participating in group giveaways Pre-launch, mid-launch or post-launch: when is the best time to host a giveaway Strategies around using incentives or discounts MEET BECCA: Becca is a plant lover, artist and designer. She has turned her art into enamel pins as well as jewelry that she sells. Becca’s intention as an artist is to create pieces that serve as a positive reminder throughout our day and connects us with the beauty around us. CONNECT WITH BECCA: Website: https://botanicalbright.com/ Facebook: @botanicalbright Instagram: @botanicalbright MEET ALISON: Alison Tsang owns Love through Letterpress where she sells stationery, prints, pins and home goods. Love through letterpress believes that words have power to create human connections and lift each other up. With each product purchase, her companies donates to the fight against human trafficking and empowering individuals transitioning out of poverty with sill development. CONNECT WITH ALISON: Website: http://www.lovethroughletterpress.com/ Facebook: @lovethroughletterpress Instagram: @lovethroughletterpress SLOW STEADY GROWTH ARE HOW STRONG BUSINESSES ARE BUILT Building a business is a long game, won with patience, fortitude, intentional decisions and passion. Inside Proof to Product LABS, you’ll receive the support, education and accountability to move your business towards your goals. Join Proof to Product Labs, our 12-month group coaching program built specifically for product based business owners. SUBSCRIBE To subscribe on iOS, go to the iTunes page and subscribe to Proof to Product. On Android, you can listen using your favorite podcast app. WRITE A REVIEW Writing a review on iTunes will help other product based business owners find Proof to Product as they are working to up level, scale, and build profitable and sustainable companies. FOLLOW PROOF TO PRODUCT Follow Proof to Product on Instagram for the latest updates. JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST If you'd like to receive more information about our upcoming episodes of Proof to Product including show notes and information about our guests, head over to www.prooftoproduct.com and sign up for our email list. SHARE Be sure to share Proof to Product with all of the product based business owners that you know! ABOUT PROOF TO PRODUCT: Proof to Product is hosted by Katie Hunt. Since 2011, Proof to Product has worked with thousands of product based businesses to help them up level, scale, and build profitable sustainable companies. You can find our show notes and additional resources at ProofToProduct.com. If you like what you heard today, please head over to Apple Podcast to leave a five star review and subscribe. Thanks so much for listening. We'll be back next week with a new episode!
Rev. Becca Stevens is an author, speaker, Episcopal priest, social entrepreneur, founder and president of Thistle Farms in Nashville, Tennessee. She is notable for founding Thistle Farms, to heal, empower, and employ female survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. She was the 2000 Nashvillian of the Year and in 2013 was inducted into the Tennessee Women's Hall of Fame.
Tracey talks with Becca Stevens, founder, and president of Thistle Farms about the transforming power of love. Becca has started a global movement fighting for women who have survived trauma to find healing and hope and purpose. An inspiring conversation that reminds us what has happened to us in our past does not have to define our future.3:43- Becca's personal story5:08- Empowering women9:07- The women and having meaningful work14:03- The Welcome Mat18:28- How Becca knew she was healed and could start helping other women20:44- What began Becca's vision- Regina's laughter25:17- Love heals30:40- Deepest and hardest lesson Becca has had to learn35:05- Navigating through the pandemic38:52- What does lavish love look like to a survivor42:30- Radical hospitality44:15- To the survivor of trauma
Make sure you have some tissues on hand for this one! Becca Stevens is passionate, tenacious, and is so inspiring in so many ways. She’s a speaker, leader, and the president of Thistle Farms (a sanctuary for women survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction. Her story is heartbreaking and beautiful. www.beccastevens.org www.jjheller.com/podcast
Becca Stevens: Priest, Author, and Founder of Thistle Farms, an organization providing a sanctuary and healing for women survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction.
Get Real with Caroline Hobby
Becca Stevens is one of the women I look up to the most in this world. She is an Episcopalian Priest, she has written a dozen books, she is a mother of 3 grown outstanding young talented men, a wife to Marcus Hummon who is one of the most profound hit songwriters in town, she is a survivor of abuse and a safe haven for women who need healing and refuge. In this episode I broke down in tears several times bc I am so overwhelmed with all of the suffering in the world right now, especially children suffering. I think I broke down bc Becca is that holy, safe place that I knew would hold my sadness and fear, yet also guide me back to God. After the interview I couldn’t stop thinking about how much she serves those in need and suffering. I kept wondering “how does she hold all of this suffering for everyone and stay so light?” I am so burdened by sad news and it often time all-consumes me. Becca blesses all those she comes in contact with, speaks healing into their life, and turns something that feels destroyed into God’s glory. She has seen so much pain, yet she never loses faith and her love for God. Instead, she sees the beauty in life and freely expresses her sacred feelings. Lately she has been sharing her rants about life. They have deeply moved me and given me the confidence to share my own rants. This episode is a gift. Becca is a gift. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com