Sharon Brown left Glasgow 18 years ago and set up home in the West Midlands in 2003. After starting her own events agency in 2015 called Lydian Events Ltd whilst still holding down a full-time job, Sharon realised fairly quickly that business was heading in the direction of digital platforms. “Freedom and flexibility are my key drivers. The freedom to work when and where and at what I want and, of course, with who I want. Determination, tenacity, resilience, thick-skinned, bloody-mindedness, grit, common sense… They are important to make it through.” Sharon Brown ----- Visit the Website: https://theglobalinterview.com/ Follow The Global Interview on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/globalintv LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-global-interview/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theglobalinterview/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGlobalInterview/ Anchor Podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-global-interview/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnbqvXYd44_OGQHOLaccwmQ Episode Transcript: https://theglobalinterview.com/interviews-season-15/2021/3/8/sharon-brown-businesswoman-managing-director-editor-chief-bestselling-author
This week Paul talks to local first time published writer Sharon Brown about her transition from classroom to poet and she reads from her debut collection, 'If It's Making You Smile, It's Doing You Good' First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 07.02.21 Enhance your podcast experience with Sharon's musical choices: Vanessa Williams - Colors of the Wind Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga - Shallow Angela Lansbury - Everything's Coming Up Roses
Episode # 1 | Memphis Grizzlies beat writer Sharon Brown
Run the Floor Podcast with Rafael Barlowe
In my first episode I interviewed Memphis Grizzlies beat writer Sharon Brown . Sharon writes for the Memphis Flyer is the founding editor of Allheartinhoopcity.com and just started a position with Dime Magazine. We discuss her journey in sports as a black woman, the surprising success of the Grizzlies and if Ja Morant and Taylor Jenkins will be bringing awards home to Beale Street.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
EFR 357: Signs Your Gut Health is Compromised and How to Heal It with Sharon Brown
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In 2006 Sharon Brown a mother at her wit’s end. She had a six-year old son who had been on and off antibiotics since birth, suffering from chronic sinus infections, ear infections, and respiratory infections. After a particularly upsetting meeting with his first grade teacher, who was recommending ADD medication – on top of everything else – Sharon knew there had to be another way. She began searching for alternative solutions, but information was hard to come by – this was before you could find the answer to everything online. Finally, she came across the concept that bone broth could help strengthen the gut lining, and, therefore, support the immune system. After three months her son had not needed antibiotics once. Six months went by. Then nine. Then a year. Blake hadn’t gone to the doctor’s office once. They knew we were on to something! Follow Sharon and Bonafide Provisions @bonafideprovisions Follow Chase @chase_chewning Ever Forward Radio is made possible by our proud partners! Shop using the link/code below to save you money and to further support the show - THANK YOU! Save 20% off BUBS Naturals collagen and MCT oil powder with code EVERFORWARD https://bit.ly/3joSRY7 Episode resources: Learn more at BonafideProvisions.com Learn about the health benefits of collagen in this study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6835901/ Watch full-length interviews at YouTube.com/ChaseChewning Get the "Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Podcasting" at www.OperationPodcast.com Join the EF Nation private Facebook group! Connect and engage with other listeners, expand upon this episode and more at https://www.facebook.com/everforwardradio
Secret Strategies To Launch The Next Great Physical Product or Service with Sharon Brown
Entrepreneurs on Fire
Sharon Brown is founder of eLuminateNetwork and the Product Launch Lab® member community that helps entrepreneurs transform any idea for a physical product or service into a revenue-ready launch. She is a tech entrepreneur, angel investor, and creator of award-winning products featured in the Grammy gift bags. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. A physical product or service should be a core deliverable that you can hand to someone. 2. If you do not know what your product or service looks like, you are automatically set up for failure. 3. Get focused. Get knowledge. Get Ready. Learn more about Sharon Brown, founder, and Chief Launch Officer of eLuminate Network and the Product Launch Lab® member community - Sharon Brown's Website Sponsors: Traffic Secrets Podcast: The strategies to attract your dream customers when you’re just starting out are exactly the same as when you own a multi-million dollar business. And these strategies are waiting for you on a new podcast mini- series: Traffic Secrets. TrafficSecretsPodcast.com Thrivetime Show: Looking for a business coach who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs just like you to increase their profitability by an average of 104% per year? Schedule your free consultation today with Clay Clark at ThrivetimeShow.com/fire!
Nutritionist Sharon Brown started a bone broth company after healing her son - and her clients - from a laundry list of health issues using a combination of real food and bone broth. She is now the Founder of the number one selling frozen organic bone broth in the U.S. In this episode, we talk about why bone broth is so beneficial & what we can all do to improve our gut health in order to boost our overall health. The top probiotic: Hyperbiotics use code HyperMaria for 20% off Love the Show? Subscribe, Share, & Leave a Review for a Free 3-Day Meal Plan. Join the Happier & Healthier Movement Recipes, meal plans, nutrition + cooking courses: healthybymarlowe.com Instagram: @mariamarlowe Reverse Acne Naturally: Clear Skin Plan
024 - Dr. Sharon Brown, Professor of Health and Exercise Science, Athlete, Advocate
Champions of Active Women
Dr. Sharon Brown is a Professor of Health and Exercise Science at Transylvania University. Dr. Brown's athletic career began as a member of the first Little League Softball team in her town and continued at Eastern Illinois University where she was a Division 1 softball athlete and named to the All-American Academic Team. Dr. Brown has never stopped being an athlete. She has run marathons, competed in triathlons, cross-country skied along the Finnish-Russian border, cycled across Switzerland and up the legendary Tour de France Mont Ventoux, and rode a mountain bike across the Continental Divide in Montana. Dr. Brown’s personal passion for an active lifestyle is evident in her research and her leadership of the Bike Walk Kentucky state advocacy group.
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Sharon is the Founder and CEO of Bonafide Provisions, makers of the number one selling frozen bone broth in America. We will learn all about the amazing amino acids present in bone broth that support gut health, deliver a collagen boost for healthy skin and nails, and help rebuild broken down connective tissue. Sharon will detail how to make bone broth at home in the correct manner, how to discern what is quality and what is crap at the store, and how bone broth helped her child go from sickly and ADHD-diagnosed to a life of robust health. Prior to starting Bonafide Provisions, Sharon was a certified nutritionist specializing in a whole foods approach to health. She describes mechanisms in the digestive process whereby the presence of an agent on our tongue sets off an efficient chain-reaction of nutrient assimilation. She asserts that the best way to obtain the nutritional benefits of any agent (vitamin C, etc.) is through real food. In her practice, Sharon implemented the cutting-edge GAPS protocol to patients with great success, most notably with her own son. GAPS stands for Gut and Psychology Syndrome and emphasizes the importance of the gut-brain connection in holistic healing. The gut and brain communicate via the enteric nervous system. Interestingly, in fetuses, the gut and brain originate from the same matter before they split off and progress into a fully formed brain and intestinal tract at birth. GAPS has been shown to be highly effective in addressing assorted mental health conditions that are typically addressed with medication, including depression, anxiety, ADHD and conditions associated with the autism spectrum. The rationale here acknowledges that dopamine and serotonin are largely produced in the intestinal tract, not the brain! What’s more, stress often manifests in the gut, such as the butterflies associated with nervousness. When you suffer from the common malady of leaky gut syndrome, it has a profound adverse impact on your mental health. This is the absolute cutting edge of medicine today, and Sharon weaves the story into the discussion around bone broth because bone broth helps heal leaky gut! Some key beneficial agents: Glycine: helps with protein digestion and fat absorption Glutamine: a potent amino acid that gut cells use to produce beneficial mucus for a strong gut lining. Bone broth battles leaky gut! Proline: An essential component of collagen to promote cell repair, healthy skin and joints. Bone broth is the best source of collagen — straight from the animal’s joints! Glycosaminoglycans: Often touted by Dr. Cate Shanahan, when you ingest these agents, they head to the areas of your body where they are needed most, where you have weakened or insufficient joints and connective tissue. Interesting historical tidbit: Bone broth was a staple of the human diet in recent generations, but the massive cultural shift to processed food that occurred around 1950 led us to disgracefully neglect bone broth. After life returned to normal after World War II, marketing forces pushed women out of the kitchen, enticing families with the convenience of TV dinners and later the explosion of fast food restaurants across America, as detailed in the iconic book, Fast Food Nation, written by Eric Schlosser. Dr. Cate Shanahan specifies the year 1950 as a cutoff for being reared with a decent diet prior, or a shit diet after that. Indeed, elderly folks today can harken back to their younger days when meals were home-cooked and prepared from scratch, and sweets, treats, and sodas were celebratory indulgences instead of dietary centerpieces they are today. How to make your own bone broth: Find joints or knuckles—the more joint material, the better! Chicken feet are particularly rich in collagen. Make sure you get organic/grass-fed/pasture-raised bones for the same reason we want naturally raised meat. Bone broth is keto friendly being high protein, moderate fat and low or no carb. If you add other ingredients such as veggies or sauces, you will alter the macros obviously Cook animal bones 18-48 hours on low heat. Sharon says the Instant Pot shortcut is not a great idea here, so use your Instant Pot low heat function or a Crock-Pot or best yet a giant saucepan. Ideally, you want a 10-to-1 ratio of water (make sure it’s filtered) to bones. Use a few tablespoons of a chelating agent like apple cider vinegar, which will help extract nutrients from the bone matter. If your broth is gelatinous when it’s cooled, you have succeeded! How to shop for quality products: Commercial “broth” products are devoid of the quality nutrients and basically a watered-down version of the actual bone broth. You should actually call this stuff “stock,” fodder for a liquid base of soup. Read labels! Bones should be on the ingredient list. You should see a prolonged cooking time specified on label or on website, and certified organic designation as well. This entails organic products all the way through the factory. Bone broth is stored in the fridge or freezer and will last a week in the fridge. As detailed in Dr. Cate Shanahan’s book, Deep Nutrition, bone broth is one of the ultimate ancestral foods, and it has been widely neglected (or watered down in the case of “broth-like” consumer products.) It’s time to get on the bone broth bandwagon and make it a centerpiece of your diet. Enjoy the show and learn more about Sharon at bonafideprovisions.com. TIMESTAMPS: Far from being a fad, bone broth has evolved over time [5:50]. How to figure out the proper amount of bones to use [10:40]. The benefits of using sun-dried sea salt [11:50]. Why homemade food went out of fashion [15:30]. What ingredients to look for when you buy bone broth from the store [21:05]. The true meaning of “certified organic” and the ideal cooking time [27:00]. How Sharon counteracts the issues that plague recovering vegans/vegetarians [32:40]. The reason why food is so effective as a healing modality for the body [40:55]. Processed food items with “gluten-free” or “grain-free” labels are still junk food [45:20]. The effects of having gut dysbiosis and the gut-brain connection [50:05]. Using a Crockpot to make broth is not terrible, but it isn’t ideal [57:00]. The bones that make the best broth [59:19].Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-get-over-yourself-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands