Sheletta debates Chad about Jimmy Kimmel & Brian Sullivan on inflation and the market
Sheletta Brundidge joins Chad to debate the actions and intent of Jimmy Kimmel committing to a comedic bit last night during Quinta Brunson's Emmy acceptance speech last night. Later, Brian Sullivan of CNBC joins to talk about the latest data on inflation and a rough day on Wall Street.
Emmy Award-winning producer, beloved PR icon, media, and broadcast journalism expert, Brian Sullivan, has spent much of his career shining a light on the mental health & addiction crisis, overdose, and opioid epidemic plaguing not only Nashville, but the state of Tennessee, and all of the United States. He’s helped countless people tell their stories and used his own voice to break stigma and raise awareness through the full range of news media. Brian is switching seats for this special interview and telling his personal journey of survival from trauma and mental health struggles that nearly stole his life. Tune in to hear his story of hope and witness a miracle of healing! ________________________________________ Links: // National Suicide Help Line: Phone: 800-273-8255 // Brian Sullivan Insta: www.instagram.com/nashvillescoop // Patrick Custer: Insta: www.instagram.com/patrick_custer // Rooted Recovery Stories Podcast: Insta: www.instagram.com/rootedrecoverystories URL: www.rootedrecoverystories.com // Promises Behavioral Health - Help for addiction, mental health/trauma: Call: (888) 648-4098 URL: www.promisesbehavioralhealth.com Insta: www.instagram.com/promises_bh . . . . . #rootedrecoverystories #briansullivan #patrickcuster #mentalhealthmatters #depression #mindfulness #anxiety #trauma #traumahealing #traumasurvivor #mentalhealthawareness #mentalillness #ptsd #traumarecovery #promisesbehavioralhealth #suicide #affirmationoftheday #life #suicideprevention #affirmations #affirmationsoftheday #mentalhealthsupport #therapy #mentalillness #gratitude #healing #meditation #mentalhealth #mindset #selflove
S5E60: It’s Not the Problem, It’s How You Handle It: Traversing the Goat Path to Success with Indoor Ag-Con’s Brian Sullivan
Vertical Farming Podcast
Episode SummaryCEO of Indoor Ag-Con, Brian Sullivan joins the show to share his years of experience in event management and what led him to acquire Indoor Ag-Con, the premier trade show & conference for indoor vertical farming & controlled environment agriculture. Today, Harry and Brian discuss the highs and lows of the events industry, the resilience Brian showed throughout the course of the pandemic, and the importance Brian places on problem-solving and fostering a familial-type culture among his team.Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/Indoor AgTech NYCKey Takeaways07:14 – Harry welcomes CEO of Indoor Ag-Con, Brian Sullivan, to discuss their shared love of New York City, how Brian got into the events industry and his path to entrepreneurship18:11 – Brian reflects on two major snags he’s experienced while putting on trade shows21:44 – Acquiring Indoor Ag-Con and Brian’s vertical farming origin story25:17 – What Brian looks for in an event before deciding to acquire it33:34 – Gathering input on how to grow, change, and make it better36:44 – Brian speaks to some of his favorite moments from event management43:36 – Brian shares what he learned about resilience and leadership throughout Covid48:29 – Where Brian learned his resilience and why fostering familial support is so important52:33 – Harry thanks Brian for joining the show and Brian makes a specific ask of the audienceTweetable Quotes“I fell in love with the [events] industry. It really is Lights, Camera, Action. It’s buildup and it’s creating something again and again. There’s always a twist. There’s always excitement. And business is transacted there.” (12:49) (Brian)“Connors Exhibition Group was the company I worked for. And the show I was brought onto was the National Hardware Show. It was actually the third-largest trade show in North America. I got a lot of experience but then I left honestly because it was very corporate. My wife was working in the same industry which is how we met. And we saw an opportunity to try to start a little company, and it worked.” (13:55) (Brian)“For me, it’s fun. I can’t see myself ever doing anything else. It gets in your blood and it’s a lot of fun producing events.” (21:03) (Brian)“If you’re building a farm, in my mind, where do you start? Do you start at building it or do you start on who your customer is going to be? Are you selling it to a restaurant? Are you going direct-to-consumer? Are you going to grocers?” (32:53) (Brian)“There are two things I say to our teams at times. ‘If we run into a problem, it’s not the problem. It’s how you resolve it.’ And I also tell them, ‘The road to success is not a superhighway. It’s a goat path.’” (45:22) (Brian)“I believe the best learning moments are when things go wrong.” (47:57) (Brian)Resources MentionedIndoor Ag-Con – https://indoor.ag/Brian’s Linkedin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-sullivan-13b3651a/Sponsor Info Cultivatd’s Website – https://cultivatd.com/Cultivatd’s Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cultivatdco/Cultivatd’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/cultivatdCultivatd’s Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/cultivatd/🎙️🎙️🎙️Podcast Production and Marketing by FullCastThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Rock 'n Roll Ghost S09 E10 - 100th Episode! - The Loyal Seas (Brian Sullivan & Tanya Donelly) [Dylan in the Movies, Belly, The Breeders, Throwing Muses, 4AD]
Rock 'n Roll Ghost
Welcome back to the Rock 'n Roll Ghost Podcast. On this week's episode, our 100th (!!!) the Ghost speaks with musicians Brian Sullivan (Dylan in the Movies) and Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses, The Breeders, Belly) about their new collaboration, The Loyal Seas. Out now via American Laundromat Records, The Loyal Seas' Strange Mornings in the Garden, is an absolutely beautiful set of songs that showcase both Sullivan and Donelly's talents. The pair discuss how they met and began to collaborate, how the album came together during the pandemic, their influences, tour plans and Donelly hints that her band Belly may be close to getting its catalog of music away from the record label and into their possession. Links: The Loyal Seas on Bandcamp The Loyal Seas on Instagram Tanya Donelly on Bandcamp Dylan in the Movies on Facebook Tanya Donelly on Instagram--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brett-hickman/support
🏀How Your Mind Can Change Your Game with Brian Sullivan
The Youth Hoops Pod presented by Pro Skills Basketball
In this episode of the youth hoops pod, we are joined by former pro basketball player Brian Sullivan. Brian is a former college player and a pro who admittedly struggled with many mental parts of the game. Now he is getting his education in the field of Psychology and Mental Performance and he is on our pod to share some of his thoughts and experiences. Listen now to learn more! ---------------- The Youth Hoops Pod covers topics such as: High school & AAU basketball College basketball recruiting NCAA basketball NBA & professional overseas basketball Mental health & performance Leadership Basketball Coaching And much more! __________ ⭐️ PLEASE LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW If you enjoyed our podcast, would you please take a minute and leave us a 5-star review? It would mean the world to us as we are beginning to grow our voice in the podcast sphere. To leave a review on Apple: 1) Click this link 2) Scroll ALL THE WAY DOWN 3) Look for the 5 stars and leave a review! __________ 👇 CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube LinkedIn __________ 🎧 Intro and Outro music by Wintz
Tune into our first guest episode featuring Colorado based comedian Brian Sullivan (Comedy Works, Loonees) who talks with Cameron and Thad about his professional fighting days! and as always laugh with us or don't at some new jokes!
The Bulb | S3 | Ep 3 | Working at a place of connection: Dr Brian Sullivan
Dr Brian Sullivan, CQUniversity Senior Lecturer brings a unique voice to this podcast, exploring the merging of practice, research and education. Currently the coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Facilitating Men’s Behaviour Change, Brian is also part of the Centre and has much experience in writing, facilitating and upskilling others in men’s domestic and family violence (DFV) intervention programs. Brian was formerly the Practice Manager at YFS (Logan), where he supervised staff in the DFV Program and has worked with communities as part of collaborative responses to DFV. He sits on the board of the Red Rose Foundation and the Queensland Police Service DFV Advisory Committee. In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed. The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia. www.noviolence.org.au For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect. If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options. Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.
“I think one of the things that is unfortunate about design thinking is it gets a little bit of a bad rap in that people don't see a practical application of it. And I think if you can strip away some of the aesthetics and strip away some of the language, but there are practical applications, I call it, we have to be practical and tactical because we can really drive a lot of change in our organization by doing that.” -Brian Sullivan In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Brian about his twenty plus years of experience in the Design Industry and what led him to become a Design Thinking advocate and educator. We discuss how to make Design Thinking more practical and the joy of having a job making other people better at their job. We then talk about the importance of creating space for mental health and a few activities he uses with his teams. Listen in to learn about his unique approach for educating design students, designing mentorships, and knowledge sharing.