Cancel Culture. BBQ and Dwarf Poop...This is the World of Comedian Brian Williams!
Johnny Dare Morning Show
Let's just get this out of the way...comedian Brad Williams is a dwarf.A dwarf who some poor millenial got upset with...for using the word midget.This is what we've become, people.But that ain't stoppin' our boy Brad from getting out on tour and bring his fun-sized brand of comedy to the Improv this weekend!Bring him BBQ!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Contrary to popular belief, sales is not just about selling. There's much more to it than meets the eye. In this episode, sales expert Brian Williams sheds light on what makes a truly successful sales pitch. He sits down with host Mitch Stephen and shares valuable tips to help you elevate and improve your approach to sales from here on out. Brian talks about the true essence of sales and some common mistakes that people, including himself, have made when entering a room and starting a pitch.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Real Estate Investor Summit Community:reinvestorsummit.comReal Estate Investor Summit FacebookReal Estate Investor Summit TwitterReal Estate Investor Summit YouTubeMitch Stephen LinkedIn
EP 40 - That's the Closest You Will Get to a Superhero - Officer Brian Williams
The Off Duty Podcast - Law Enforcement
With one year in law enforcement, Police Officer Brian Williams, from Texas is a unique individual. Unique in that he's not afraid to be himself!This twenties something ex-Marine, has a passion or hobby that is something I had never heard of, "cosplay", which is the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game.Brian enjoys Disney, superheroes and yes dressing up like his favorite character.Although we are miles apart in age and the things we fun, Brian and I had a great conversation and I actually learned some things I did not know before this interview.SHOW SEGMENTS2:02 – Lead Off Question: My lead off question is always, “Why law enforcement”. Brian explains how a incident involving a former friend beginning arrested, led to him wanting to get into law enforcement.6:07 – Dig Deeper: This is where I pick several posts from the guest's social media and form questions around those posts.POST: Wedding pic posted on mother’s day“Happy mothers day to all the mama's out there! I've been blessed to have several strong women to be in my life to help shape who I am today. I hope everyone has a wonderful day ❤”Is that your wife?How long have you been married?How did you guys meet?If you had 30 seconds to explain who Brian Williams is, what would you say?What’s one piece of advice your mom has given you that you’ll never forget?POST: From IG BIO the words Cosplayer and DreamerWhat is a cosplayer?Dreamer: What are your goals and dreams for life?POST: Pic of you at Disney in front of Buzz LightYear ride and showing off your BLY tattooWhat is it about Disney?How many times have you been?What’s your favorite ride?What’s your favorite movie?22:49 – Random Seven: Here I use an app to create 7 totally random questions. Here's the list of questions I asked Brian:What unpopular opinion about a superhero will you always defend?Who is the most overrated superhero?What is something you believe in that others think is not real?What used to scare you as a child?If you were going to speak to a group of graduating teenagers, what would the topic be?If your name was on a product, what would that product be?What challenges or hardships have you overcome or are working to overcome and how can what you learned help others?33:07 – This or That: This is my “Rapid fire” round. I give the guest two topics and they have to select one over the other.Hot sauce (yes or no)Play it safe or roll the diceLoyalty or honestyReceive advice or give adviceForgive or hold a grudgeMorning person or night owlBook or movieSuperman or BatmanFruits or vegetablesLiving room or bedroomFOLLOW BRIAN:InstagramTik TokGIVEAWAY:Every Monday I give away a vacation voucher to one random listener. To enter simply Text OFFDUTY to 833-989-3124 and follow the instructions.
Vocalist Brian Williams from Florida death metal band Carrion Curse Stops by MPR to talk about the band's latest album "A Curse On The World." We also shot the shit about the numerous challenges they've faced over the last couple of years, the Florida metal scene, cancelled shows, and other random awesomeness. Carrion Curse Links: https://carrioncurse.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/CarrionCurse www.instagram.com/carrioncurse www.twitter.com/carrion_curse Misery Point Radio Links: (Merch, Websites, Social Media, YouTube) https://linktr.ee/MiseryPointRadio Check us out on the Spoilerverse! www.spoilerverse.com/Misery-Point-Radio/ Subscribe on your favorite platform: Pandora, I Heart Radio, TuneIn Radio, iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify, YouTube, and More!
Lift Heavy Run Long Podcast - Inspire. Be Inspired.
https://youtu.be/7Nv-PLVFl1o Alright, alright, alright…. We had the world famous duo and founders of The Walking Tall 25k/50k on the podcast this week. The 4th annual Walking Tall race will take place on October 16,2021 and if you are not registered, you should hurry and get thatta way. You can sign up here. Brian and Sean have done so much for the trail racing community, as well as me personally, and I am always grateful to have the opportunity to sit down and visit with them. On episode #207 we talk about the intricacies of putting on a successful race as well as what makes it successful. Here is the rapid fire list of how it went down: Walking Tall Sean’s achilles and recovery Pizza rolls Fireball Is a hot dog a sandwich? Is cereal soup? FB audio still giving me fits
CafeCast Interview with Chris Esser - KC2RGW (Nephew of NBC News Anchor, Brian Williams)
DigiCommCafe - A Ham Radio Buffet
I was having a keyboard to keyboard QSO with someone on JS8 today where I shared a link to my CafeCast Studio on Telegram. Chris Esser, KC2RGW was reading the mail and followed the link which led to this spontaneous interview where we heard his ham radio story and talked about many things from FT8 and JS8 to IF tapping, SDR and Mic setups. Thanks, Chris, for jumping into the Cafe. Come back as often as you like. Loved the quality of your audio! Thanks for listening. SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel so you don't miss our video CafeCasts. Drop-in on my LIVE Podcast each morning at 7:00am Central in the DigiCommCafe Chat Group on Telegram in the Voice Chat! Join our DigiCommCafe Community on the Mighty Networks platform, our Facebook alternative. If you're interested in becoming a licensed amateur radio operator, I recommend you use HamtestOnline for your studies and preparations. I used it to get my Extra Class Upgrade. Do you live in a rural location like me? I’ll bet you struggle to get reliable internet, don’t you? I have finally found an inexpensive service. It’s called Visible which is owned by Verizon and uses their network. They only have one plan and it is unlimited everything for $40 a month! If you join the Digicommcafe Party Party Group that drops to $25/month! Request a line at https://visible.com and use my referral code: 3n37nt. Once you have your SIM card installed and registered, go to https://visible.com/p/DigiCommCafe and join our party to drop to $25 a month for unlimited everything! We are very happy with the service.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/digicommcafe/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/digicommcafe/support
243: A Conversation with Lorna Miles & Brian Williams
Rural Health Leadership Radio™
In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about various initiatives centered around health and child well-being, wellness, strengthening families, transportation, a diversity of projects and activities in rural communities through the Randolph County Caring Community Partnership. We’re having that conversation with Lorna Miles, Project Director, and Brian Williams, Executive Director of Randolph County Caring Community Partnership in Missouri. “Our goal is to remove all barriers.” ~Lorna Miles Brian Williams has served as the Executive Director of the Randolph County Caring Community Partnership since 2007 and has facilitated several workshops on organizational, program, and community development. He also serves on the board for the Network for Strong Communities, the industry leader for affordable and innovative capacity building, programs and services and resources that strengthen nonprofits, and as the Chair for the Northeast Alliance Advisory Coalition of the Office of Minority Health. Brian works extensively with community and faith-based agencies, government agencies, and health agencies to implement diverse health and social-health-related projects within Northeast and Central Missouri. Lorna Miles, MBA, BS Paralegal Studies is currently employed as a Project Director for Randolph County Caring Community Partnership (RCCCP) since 2011. She supervises Community Health Workers (CHW's), as well as plans, directs, coordinates, and leads activities of their Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Opioid federal grant. Lorna formerly worked as a Governmental Paralegal to the Missouri Attorney General Jeremiah Wilson "Jay" Nixon for several years. Lorna operated the Victim’s Compensation Fund, as well as provided resources, counseling, advocacy, and referral for thousands of victims of crime and their families. Prior to Lorna’s employment with the Missouri Attorney General, she was a leader in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. On the business side of healthcare, Lorna has expertise in the area of risk management and catastrophic case management, and long-term care. Through each of these experiences, Lorna has been an advocate for the patient and family, which allowed her to have a broad scope of the practice and an understanding of how and why the area of patient advocacy is emerging as a key tool to engage patients to be active participants in their health and healthcare. Lorna is the Co-Chairperson for the Northeast Alliance Advisory Coalition for the Missouri Office of Minority Health. She serves as a Civic Interest Representative on the board of North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC); a non-profit agency that has been managing and delivering an abundance of social service, community health and public housing programs to the low-income, elderly, youth, handicapped and disadvantaged rural Missourians since 1965. She is a board member of the Missouri Coalition of Oral Health and is on the Planning & Zoning Commission for the City of Moberly (her term ends 2024).
In this episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about the value of community collaboration and leadership in rural healthcare with Brian Williams, the CEO of Coal Country Community Health Center in Beulah, North Dakota. “As a healthcare leader in your community, I think you’re more visible than other leaders in the community.” ~Brian Williams Brian Williams and his family love living in rural America, he does not believe that by living in rural communities one must sacrifice their healthcare. Brian has spent the last 12 years working with hospitals and community health centers in providing services to rural communities and those who are underserved. He is currently the CEO of Coal Country Community Health Center and Sakakawea Medical Center, which is a unique collaboration between a critical access hospital and a community health center. Center for Rural Strategies