EXPERIENCE 59 | Suzanne Miller, Welcome Coordinator at the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce & Founder of Do A Liz Thing
The LoCo Experience
My guest was Suzanne Miller. She is the Welcome Coordinator at the Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce. She's a wife and a mom and a grandma, and she's just a really neat lady.We talk a lot about leadership at every level, even if you're not the CEO or the president of a company, how you can still be a leader within the organization. Suzanne is the founder also of a movement called Do A Liz Thing and it stems from the tragic loss of her daughter.
Welcome to IR Weekly. This podcast will be in your feeds every Tuesday to keep you up to date on all the latest news in the REALTOR® world. On today's episode we're talking all about NAR's Commitment to Excellence or C2EX program. This program has so much to offer REALTORS® and brokerages. We talked with two Sue Millers to help illuminate this program. First you'll hear from 2021 Illinois REALTORS® President Sue Miller and then we speak with Suzanne Miller, one of only 2 C2EX Ambassadors in the entire state.
Rosie Shuster and Marilyn Suzanne Miller join me to talk about MSM's love of the musical Peter Pan; Rosie loving her dad's joke books, West Side Story, and being in the audience of the Ed Sullivan Show; Rosie meets Lorne Michaels and Howard Shore; MSM goes to work for James L. Brooks & Garry Marshall; Rosie writes for Canadian children and crime game shows; sends a monologue for Laugh In that Lorne submits and gets on; Lorne uses Rosie's fathers (Frank Shuster of Wayne & Shuster) CBC specials as a blueprint for SNL; MSM turns down SNL, changes mind; work together on a Lily Tomlin special; cast goes on Tom Snyder; Rosie writes New Dad and creates the Bees; Rosie writes first Emily Litella Update piece; MSM writes Slumber Party for Madeline Kahn; Hard Hars w/ Lily Tomlin and Mommy Beer; Laraine (as Shirley Temple) sings and dances with Garrett and Elliot Gould; The Nerds; The Festrunk Brothers; Uncle Roy; Let's Kill Gary Gilmore for Christmas; Fred Garvin, Male Prostitute; how SNL wanted to make itself laughs and everyone in the production was on top of their game; Lunch Counter Reunion; Lorne encourage differet comic sensibilities; Child Psychologist; coming back in 1981; Eddie Murphy; Adam Sandler; Rosie helping to craft the Church Lady sketches with Dana Carvey; The Taboosters; writing sketches more graphic to bargain for what you really want; MSM goes to the Tracey Ullman Show; Sarah Silverman; MSM on lack of artistry on television; Rosie works on Larry Sanders; MSM writes for Carol Burnett; Rosie is a fan of Arte Madrid; watching SNL today; ageism in Hollywood; Paul Shaffer's genius; being "middle-aged"
Welcome to Episode 30! Today, I talk with the lovely Suzanne Miller, a great friend and recently certified health coach, about topics like "What does healthy look like?", the elusive concept of sleep, and how to really change habits instead of just learning about how we should be changing our habits. If you want to have more energy in your day or just feel better in your body, this is the episode for you! Find Suzanne at her website http://eatfoodfeeljoy.com/ Find her Self-care Weekly Tracker on Etsy at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FoodandJoyCoaching?ele=shop_open PROMO Code: RELATABLE for 50% off! That's only 5 bucks! FREE COACHING for any College Student from now until FINALS WEEK! Sign up at https://calendly.com/calebpricecoaching/30min?month=2021-11 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calebthecollegecoach/message
The Magical Places Horses Can Take Us! A Chat with SuzAnne Miller of Dunrovin Guest Ranch and Virtual Community.
By the Love of Horses
A love of horses can lead us down some very enchanted roads. We chat with SuzAnne Miller of Dunrovin Guest Ranch and Virtual Community about the way a love of horses leads to magical places and special people and about the way her Virtual Community finds meaning and enjoyment in real time at her guest ranch.
Suzanne Miller, Assistant Professor of Sociology, joins us with student co-host, Morgan Pease. Suzanne takes us through her RVC journey that started in the 80's with "Jeffery the Giraffe" and continued on as a student and then transitioned into employee status being influenced by greats like Bob Betts, TJ Herman, Mike Merriman, Diane Kuehl, Cindy Luxton and Amy Diaz along with countless others. Her story is full of career twists and turns and teaches us that our professional identity is fluid and dynamic and if we can stay open to mentorship and our inner voice, we will find our calling.