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New York Mets Baseball October 22, 2021 with special guest David Rubin

New York Mets Baseball A Way of Life- The Podcast

New York Mets Baseball October 22, 2021 with special guest David Rubin...Listen as David and I discuss the current status of everything New York Mets..this show was a blast..Hope you enjoy it and Let's Go Mets!!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stan-phillips8/support

1hr 1min

22 Oct 2021

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Episode 5 with David Rubin

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David Rubin is a Dallas-based photographer specializing in Street Photography from around the world, especially Europe and Asia. He has had 4 exhibitions in Dallas at Zhens Music and Art Institute, where he also teaches photography for kids, hoping to inspire the same passion behind the camera. He has also shown twice in San Antonio during the city-wide Foto Septiembre as well as participating in numerous collectives. David has also held 2 exhibits in Paris, France where he continues to be a photographer of record for the Centre de Danse du Marias. In this episode, David shares the story and inspiration behind one his street photographs from Paris.  Find the show notes and see the photo at photobreakdown.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/photobreakdown/support

20mins

30 Aug 2021

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E036: How to Stick to Your Core While Being Open to Changes with David Rubin

THE POWER OF REINVENTION with Kathi Sharpe-Ross

What happens if you’ve got your life all planned out and then things start to go awry? Obviously, the pandemic was solid proof of that. Now, it’s okay to make plans. But you also need to be open to other new, exciting opportunities that come your way that might lead you to success and happiness. In today’s episode, we have David Rubin, the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for the New York Times. We'll touch on business marketing trends, reinvention advice, and tips from a veteran of the business and brand world who has had massive success and tremendous reinvention moments. David is also responsible for all acquisition and performance marketing, helping to propel The Times’s digital consumer business, which has surpassed 4 million subscribers. He was named one of Business Insider’s “25 Most Innovative CMOs in the World” in 2018. Prior to New York Times, he worked at Unilever for 16 years and left for Pinterest. Here are some power takeaways from today’s conversation: - The Difference Between Invention and Reinvention - The importance of knowing the immutable things for you - How their team is adapting to these times - The impact of the pandemic  on culture - David’s most profound reinvention moment - Having a life plan vs. seizing opportunities Highlights: Some Thoughts on Reinvention With reinvention, there are some things you take with you but the hard part is how do you know that the things you’re holding on to are not going to slow you down and keep you from really changing? And what are things that you need to take with you which you shouldn’t change? In a company, you need to be able to differentiate the things in your business that are on a mission level that cannot change and those that are just business model choices. However, how do you really know what your mission is? How do you know what your brand is about? And how do you know what are the things that if you don't change you're not going to keep up with the times? There are things that are what they are. In the end, there are truths about the product that are immutable and your job is to amplify and frame them to tell the story. And sometimes, too, the product itself should change. The Impact of the Pandemic on Culture The pandemic has forced us to relate to each other more as people and to support each other in different ways. The good thing, too, is you’ve got controlled environments because you only see people on a camera and the angle that people show. Marketing is fundamentally a creative business. The more you can be yourself, the more you can bring your whole person and diverse teams that are coming from very different places, the better the work is. Having a Life Plan vs. Seizing Opportunities There's a lot of pressure today to have a life plan. But follow every choice according to your exact passions. The risk in some of those things is that you don't open up the opportunity to change. You only know what you know until you experience something new. You can have those plans, but also, be open to the idea that you might learn something weird and wonderful along the way and go follow it. The key to people who break out success-wise and happiness-wise is that lifelong learning approach and following the opportunities as they come. At the end of the day, what do you want that core to be? That's the question that only you need to and can figure that out. Links to Resources: www.SharpeAlliance.com www.TheReinventionExchange.com RE:INVENT YOUR LIFE! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Available on Amazon Books and Apple Books THE POWER OF REINVENTION Podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Anchor and more...

53mins

12 Aug 2021

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5 - 26 - 21 - Janet - Mefferd - Today - Lucas Miles (Liberalism in the Church) David Rubin (Israel)

Janet Mefferd Today

Christ's church is under attack from Leftists within, who are undermining the gospel with everything from Critical Race Theory to pro-LGBT ideology. Can they be stopped? Lucas Miles joins me to talk about it and his book, "The Christian Left: How Liberal Thought has Hijacked the Church." Plus: David Rubin says Israel has much to teach America about fending off its enemies. His book is called, "Confronting Radicals." Join us for the Wednesday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.

47mins

25 May 2021

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(Highlights) DAVID RUBIN

Film & TV · The Creative Process

David Rubin began his career in New York on the production staff of Saturday Night Live, before working on the casting of Ragtime, Silkwood, and Amadeus. His career as a casting director includes more than 80 motion pictures, including The English Patient, Men in Black, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Lars and the Real Girl. He has also assembled the casts of TV productions such as Big Little Lies, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Little Fires Everywhere. In 2002, he received the Casting Society of America’s Hoyt Bowers Award for outstanding contribution to the casting profession. David Rubin is currently the president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.This episode originally aired in 2020.Image courtesy of OSCARS.ORG · Artwork: Victoria Villasana. www.oscars.org · www.creativeprocess.info

26 Apr 2021

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DAVID RUBIN

The Creative Process Podcast

David Rubin began his career in New York on the production staff of Saturday Night Live, before working on the casting of Ragtime, Silkwood, and Amadeus. His career as a casting director includes more than 80 motion pictures, including The English Patient, Men in Black, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Lars and the Real Girl. He has also assembled the casts of TV productions such as Big Little Lies, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Little Fires Everywhere. In 2002, he received the Casting Society of America’s Hoyt Bowers Award for outstanding contribution to the casting profession. David Rubin is currently the president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.This episode originally aired in 2020.. www.oscars.org · www.creativeprocess.info

26 Apr 2021

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DAVID RUBIN

Film & TV · The Creative Process

David Rubin began his career in New York on the production staff of Saturday Night Live, before working on the casting of Ragtime, Silkwood, and Amadeus. His career as a casting director includes more than 80 motion pictures, including The English Patient, Men in Black, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Lars and the Real Girl. He has also assembled the casts of TV productions such as Big Little Lies, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Little Fires Everywhere. In 2002, he received the Casting Society of America’s Hoyt Bowers Award for outstanding contribution to the casting profession. David Rubin is currently the president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.This episode originally aired in 2020.. www.oscars.org · www.creativeprocess.info

26 Apr 2021

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How I Broke This Feat. David Rubin

WTF Gym Talk

David Rubin is a tenured CrossFit affiliate owner who recently went through a rebranding.  But that's not why I had him on the podcast.  In fact, his rebranding went pretty well.   The 4+ locations that he's opened in his career - now that's a different story. David comes on this episode of How I Broke This to discuss all the ways he fucked up opening multiple locations, having to close them, partnering with the wrong people, etc. So if you're thinking of expanding your empire, definitely give this a listen. And as always, thank you to my guests who are humble enough to share their fuckups with the rest of us! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtfgymtalk/message

51mins

23 Mar 2021

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Ep 12: David Rubin Part 2: Hope for the Future

To Life! The Hope Behind the Headlines

In Part 1, "The Trusted Voice of Israel," David Rubin, shared his story of miraculously surviving a terrorist attack along with his 3 year old son. In Part 2, he tackles Israel's view of American politics, the return of traditional values,  why he is hopeful for the future and the incredible work that Shiloh Israel Children's Fund is doing to help child terrorist victims recover and heal. Resources from today's episode: Shiloh Israel Children's FundDavid Rubin Website "Trump & the Jews" by David Rubin"Peace for Peace" by David Rubin"The Islamic Tsunami" by David Rubin "God, Israel, & Shiloh" by David RubinSupport the show (https://www.mylesandkatharineweiss.org/donate/)

34mins

4 Mar 2021

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David Rubin: 20+ insights to improve your IBD patient care

Small Talk, Big Topics

On the heels of the 2021 Crohn’s & Colitis Congress®, Dr. David Rubin is on the podcast to share highlights from the meeting and how to bring them back to your patients. We cover everything from the COVID-19 vaccine, the most insightful new research, the role of diet as a therapy, how to implement shared decision making with patients, if there is a breakthrough drug on the horizon, and much more.

2 Feb 2021

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