Comedian Roy Wood Jr. (The Daily Show, Roy's Job Fair) joins Gavin Purcell on the first-ever episode of Way Too Interested to talk about his obsession with jigsaw puzzles. Then, Stave Puzzles co-founder Steve Richardson joins to talk about the handmade wooden puzzles that Stave crafts for jigsaw enthusiasts.Please follow or subscribe to Way Too Interested in your podcast app of choice! And if you liked this episode, then tell a friend to check it out.Also ...Follow Gavin on Twitter @gavinpurcellListen to Roy's Job Fair, a podcast that explores the human condition through the prism of employmentLearn more about Stave Puzzles, "the Rolls Royce of wooden jigsaw puzzles"
093: Slow the Business Down by Taking a Pause with Steve Richardson
Being [at Work]
Steve Richardson is the Senior Market Director at G & J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Inc. He's been leading leaders at a senior level for several years, giving him a helpful perspective on what's necessary to transition from manager to director. In this episode, you’ll hear how he was the youngest person to become a sales director and how he had to navigate having to let go multiple leaders for integrity violations. Listen in to hear how being firm, fair, and taking a moment to pause helped him through that time. Quick Links: Connect with Steve: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-richardson-35b58612/ Learn more about G & J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Inc.: https://www.linkedin.com/company/g-&-j-pepsi-cola-bottlers-inc/ Connect with Andrea: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abutcher0201 Learn more about HRD Advisory Group: http://hrdadvisorygroup.com
When to disobey (from November 2020) https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=1114201514511253 The open letter Steve mentioned (from April 2020): https://canadarevival.blogspot.com/2020/04/our-compromise-in-face-of-covid-19-open.html Calling for division (from February 2021) https://canadarevival.blogspot.com/2021/02/schism-needed.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/worldviewconversation/supportSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/conversations-that-matter8971/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Servo selection and control surface linkage is an area where many struggle to understand. Steve Richardson joins us to look at servos and how to select the right one and also a bit about control surface hookups. This is a great episode that will give you some great insights into a key component of our model planes.
In this talk, Steve Richardson shares their knowledge on Thoughts, Belief Systems and Their Impact. These talks come from the archive of The Best You EXPO. The Best You EXPO talks are live talks recorded at events in London and Los Angeles. The talks are approximately 45 minutes long and cover all aspects of personal and professional growth. Talks on public speaking, finding love, increasing confidence and low self-esteem, how to make more money, get more clients, increase your social media presence, talks on NLP and so much more. We are talking about over 500 talks and more being recorded all over the world, so there is something for everyone.
In this talk, Steve Richardson shares their knowledge on Thoughts Belief Systems and Their Impact. These talks come from the archive of The Best You EXPO. The Best You EXPO talks are live talks recorded at events in London and Los Angeles. The talks are approximately 45 minutes long and cover all aspects of personal and professional growth. Talks on public speaking, finding love, increasing confidence and low self-esteem, how to make more money, get more clients, increase your social media presence, talks on NLP and so much more. We are talking about over 500 talks and more being recorded all over the world, so there is something for everyone.
Pleasantly Tormented by a Puzzle with Steve Richardson
The Accutron Show
Our hosts are quite.. puzzled by the story of this episode's guest, Steve Richardson, Founder of the iconic Stave Puzzles. Together they discuss how this very successful company came to life, the mechanics behind its jigsaw puzzles, and why Steve calls himself a tormentor! Discover which well known couple gets very competitive when it comes to finishing a puzzle and why the book "The Happy Hooker" has anything to do with it all. Episode Highlights:10:56 - "Sir, how much were you paying these two guys in New York for these fancy puzzles?" He said, "300 dollars!" Well, back in 1974 that was a lot of money, so I said to my partner "Dave, all we have to do is sell two puzzles a month to get both of our mortgages covered!" 21:25 - Bill and Melinda Gates have been customers for over 30 years. They are very good. They buy identical puzzles and compete against each other!29:30 - In this COVID era, we have been doing really well; we cannot keep up with the demand. People are hooked and won't take a step down to a laser cut puzzle. Learn more about our guests: Stave Puzzles:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookLearn more about the Accutron watch here, and follow @AccutronWatch on Instagram. Subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to hear new episodes as soon as they're released.Follow our hosts on social media:Bill McCuddy: Facebook / Twitter
Steve Richardson: The Peace Child - Discovering Redemptive Analogies in The Mission Field
Word Sound & Power Hour
The Word of God says the Lord has put “eternity in their hearts.” Learn of the incredible cultural compasses that God has provided around the world to make himself known to all people! Be amazed by the redemptive analogies unearthed by renown author Don Richardson and his son Steve Richardson. Find out how an unreached people group was transformed through the Word of God and a revelation about the Lord’s Peace Child. Be encouraged by how God meets His creation in every culture, displaying His eternal power and love to all people.
Minor League Cricket, Women's Action + ICC ACU's Steve Richardson Part 2!
The Emerging Cricket Podcast
Women's cricket returns! The team review "Beyond the Boundary" (2:45), the ICC's retrospective on the women's T20WC earlier in the year (available on Netflix), then look at the T20I series hosted by Austria against Germany (6:50). The visitors dominated the series 5-0 with a series of records tumbling. This week also saw the unveiling of team names and owners in the USA's Minor League Cricket (12:27). Then it's a news roundup and the second half of our interview with ICC anti-corruption coordinator Steve Richardson (17:10). We dig into some big topics including their investigations process (17:30), the organisation of fixing networks (20:10), the ACU's approach to Associate cricket and the proliferation of tournaments in Associate nations (26:00), the ethics of gambling sponsorships (32:30), corruption in non-ICC members (38:05), and of course Steve's views on which law in cricket he'd like to change (43:45).
World Cup shuffles and ICC Anti-Corruption Unit's Steve Richardson Part 1
The Emerging Cricket Podcast
Some more movement at the ICC this week, as the team discuss the decision to switch the 2021 Men's T20 World Cup to India, push the Australian edition back to 2022, as well as shifting the 2021 Women's World Cup to 2022. Then it's news updates, and another Dutch Topklasse report from Rod Lyall. This week's interview is the first half of an informative conversation with Steve Richardson of the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit. He answers a range of question on the ACU's work, from his personal background in joining the team, the ACU's day-to-day workings, its structures and accountability within the ICC, procedures in how they investigate unethical behaviour, as well as measures to protect players from corrupt operators. Steve also gives his thoughts on the efficacy of amnesties, and the effects of gambling's legality on ACU work