RWP 73 - PERSUADE THE PERSUADER ep1 - Kirk Miller - “Back to KY”
In this inaugural ep of “PERSUADE THE PERSUADER,” my buddy and lifelong Kentucky native and Louisville connoisseur/raconteur, Kirk Miller, takes his shot at convincing me to move back to my home state of Kentucky! Gotta say, for a guy in John Lennon glasses with a flowing silver mane, he brews up some damn fine arguments.The post RWP 73 - PERSUADE THE PERSUADER ep1 - Kirk Miller - “Back to KY” first appeared on Rhetoric Warriors.
In this episode, Hanna Lee and Michael Anstendig of Hanna Lee Communications chat with Kirk Miller, Managing Editor of InsideHook, where he writes about booze, culture, tech and travel. Kirk is a veteran writer and editor in New York with over 25 years of experience. His work has also appeared in Rolling Stone, Time Out New York and other top media outlets.Tune in to hear this passionate, curious and thoughtful journalist share his thoughts on:1. How InsideHook’s popularity grew five-fold during the pandemic, with hospitality industry coverage expanding.2. Why he welcomes story pitches from voices he has not heard before, both national and international, who are doing unusual or unexpected things.3. Why he thinks drinking will become “healthier” once bars fully reopen and people will indulge in social settings.4. Why he hopes the hospitality industry’s embrace of tech innovations during the pandemic, like contactless payments and QR codes, will continue.5. Why he praises the work of the U.S. Bartenders’ Guild during the pandemic, especially for destigmatizing mental health issues.Connect with Kirk via email@example.com. For more information on our agency, please visit www.hannaleecommunications.com.Connect with hosts Hanna Lee (@hannaleeny), Michael Anstendig (@michaelanstendig) and our agency (@hannaleepr) on IG. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#32 – What Makes Strong Men - Conversation with Kirk Miller
The Cultured Christian Podcast
This week on the podcast I had the pleasure of speaking with a friend of mine, Kirk Miller on what makes strong men. Stemming from Kirk challenging a quote I shared recently on my Facebook page, our conversation covers the surprisingly complex topic of masculinity and its effect on our society. While Kirk and I don't agree on alot of things, I appreciate greatly the insight he brings as a husband, father, veteran and a member of the Mt Hood Ski Patrol. Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times. // G. Michael Hopf We discuss: Do you think we live in a time where by and large society is making more strong or more weak men? Define strong and weak men. Is toxic masculinity a thing? Where do we go from here? If you liked what you heard today, be sure and hit that SUBSCRIBE button so you dont miss an episode. As always, We hope you enjoyed this and all of our episodes on The Cultured Christian Podcast. Please join the conversation on our Reddit . Also like and interact with us on our Instagram & Facebook page. Lastly if you have feedback or topic ideas email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Music from www.bensound.com Support The Cultured Christian Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-cultured-christian-podcast Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-4b5991 for 40% off for 4 months, and support The Cultured Christian Podcast.
Episode 49: Understanding Your New Alliance with Kirk Miller
Coffee & Change
On Episode 49, I speak to Kirk Miller, VP of Global Clients at Ariel Group. Kirk shares his experience and wisdom and speaks about an article he posted on LinkedIn after experiencing a furlough. That article is full of great tips and recommendations for anyone impacted by the challenging economy and job market in times such as these. Enjoy the discussion!
JBs Powercast Ep.25 - Automotive News, Special Guest Interview with Kirk Miller with AEM Performance Electronics
JBs Powercast - Automotive industry news, Events, Performance parts, Cars, Trucks and Accessories
Welcome to our 25th episode of the JB's Powercast Today on JBs Powercast;Corey brings us the latest industry news;Dodge Announces and Specs 2021 Ram 1500 TRXhttps://www.caranddriver.com/news/a33609236/2021-ram-1500-trx-revealed/ C8 Corvette Z06 is getting a flat-plane-crank V8https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a33644497/chevy-c8-corvette-z06-acceleration-video/ Closer Look at a new BRZ/86https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a33595275/2022-toyota-86-subaru-brz-greater-details-spied/Adel interviews special guest Kirk Miller from AEM Performance Electronics New Innovations from AEMAEM Adapts to the new vehicle MarketAEM’s developments in the EV segmentWater/Methanol Injection SystemsBreak Throughs of the new V3 Water/Methanol SystemBe sure to watch the great Video that AEM released on their V3 Water/Methonol Injection Kit on YouTube; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y80z6BOONnE&feature=youtu.be Thanks for tuning into the JB’s Powercast.If you enjoyed the show please click the episode and leave us a rating and review at podchaser.com/jbspowercastJBs Powercast can be found on Facebook, YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast, iHeart Radio, TuneIn + Alexa, Facebook, YouTube, Podchaser, and Amazon’s new platform “Amazon Music / Audible” or you can also catch it at jbspowercentre.com Please remember to leave us a like or a comment on YouTube and Facebook.
More Than Muscle - Episode #5 with Kirk Miller - Setbacks & Success
More Than Muscle
In this week's episode, Matt is joined by Kirk Miller, leading UK based personal trainer and fitness model. He's been on the cover of Men's Fitness more than any other man on this planet and has a passion for helping people get into the best shape of their lives! Main topics covered in this episode: 1.) How Kirk got to where he is today and why setbacks were an important part of shaping him as a person. 2.) Focusing on things in live that align with your values. 3.) The importance of having self-belief. 4.) Identifying self-sabotaging habits - what's holding you back? You can find Kirk at the links below: WEBSITE: https://www.kirkmiller.co.uk/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/kirkmiller_ If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with anyone who you think might get some value from it. Any questions or comments, you can get me at the links below: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mcfuturefit... FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mattcooneyPT/ WEBSITE: https://www.mcfuturefitness.com EMAIL: matt@email@example.com Thanks guys! Stay tuned for the next one!
God Ween Evan continues its periodic interview series, where someone in or around Ween and the Ween community chews the fat with the team. Next up is Kirk Miller, Ween's long-time Audio Engineer. In this episode GWE’s Paul Gutkowski and Kirk discuss how Kirk originally became connected with the band, the early years of Ween when it was just Mickey, Aaron, and Kirk on the road, what "Brown"means to Kirk and how he interacts with the idea of Brown as Audio Engineer, the changes that occurred when Ween expanded to a full 5-piece band, the origins of the Rotten Cheese mix tapes, and how Kirk continues to be amazed by Ween's music after all these years. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What an honor to interview Kirk Miller this week! “Chaos to Remission” were his powerful words he used to describe his journey from crisis to thriving. Kirk Miller is the author of “Chaos to Cured”, co-host of the radio show Beyond Clarity, and founder of chaos2cured.com After overcoming and successfully managing his emotional and physical challenges he now coaches and helps families, couples and individuals realize there is more to who they are than their diagnosis. Here is our interview: Guest Commentary Kirk Miller I am extremely honored to be a guest on the Dr. Denise podcast, a show I believe can positively change and enhance the way we talk and communicate about mental health. When Dr. Denise talks about NeuroStyle, “We all process and perceive information in our own unique way,” she is encompassing a way we can all talk about our mental health, negating the negative labels and misunderstandings we have with mental health, and promoting us to embrace who we are, why we are, and that being different is not bad, but actually something that makes us special. There is no ‘normal’ in life, and were everyone normal, life would not have the same excitement and creativity that leads to greatness in everything, whether sports, scholastics, art, music, and any endeavor of the heart and mind. After suffering with physical health throughout much of my life, I was diagnosed with two rare physical illnesses: Linear IgA and erythrocytosis. I was also diagnosed with Bipolar One, OCD, ADHD, and generalized anxiety. Having all of these problems was, at first, something that made me feel like less of a man, less of a human, and less of a son, brother, and friend. In the interview Dr. Denise brought up information (the role of inflammation that is part of many disease processes) which was one of the clues I utilized in helping to lead me to a unique way of treating bipolar, a method and medication which I use now and will continue for the remainder of my days. I wanted to make sure everyone knew that I did some unique self-experimentation. It could’ve cost me my life, but no doctor would’ve ever allowed me to follow my instincts. It is crucial to know that coming off of anabolic steroids can cause many of the same symptoms as bipolar, definitely depression and even suicide and homicide. Please follow your doctor’s advice and do not take steps towards self-treatment without professional guidance. If anyone listening to the show has questions, I look forward to being back, but in the meantime, find me on Twitter as @Chaos2Cured or at www.chaos2cured.com. I’m always there to listen and help in ways I can. Big or small. One thing I can say, with complete certainty, is that Dr. Denise shares with us to make the world a more beautiful place where we embrace our struggles, finding the beauty in a tree that clings to the edge of a cliff. Life is not easy, there is no shame in being different, so Embrace your NeuroStyle and enjoy a great podcast from a wonderful person, doctor, friend, and advocate of all. Warmly, ~Kirk