Fr. James Wallace, Medieval Church History/ Bruce Lachenauer, Helping New Grads Find a Job Part II
6/6/22 7am CT Hour John and Glen chat about shootings over the weekend in America and Africa, plus results of NBA Final Warrior defeat over Celtics in Game 2. Fr. James explores how the Church grew and changed from Medieval time period to Modern times and how Christians have always turned to the church in times of need regardless of time period. Bruce rehashes advice for recent grads on looking for connections, prepping for the interview with another and keeping social media looking strong. He ends with hope that there ae plenty of jobs out there so not to be discouraged.
Volatility in the Market - How to Handle It w/James Wallace
Wealthy Wellthy Podcast
My guest this week is James Wallace. James co-created DIGTL to help innovators find the capital necessary to build their solutions and empower investors to intelligently invest in technology companies. He thinks social impact companies are the best catalyst for positive global change. James and I met in Mexico. Then we got injected together— I think it’s safe to say we’re bonded! My Questions... What are some manipulations that are going on in the Crypto Market? What's the GAIN of these manipulators? What is their strategy? What You Will Learn: - Financial inclusion - Financial corruption - Peer-to-peer exchange (defi, web3) - Crypto, digital securities and blockchain Links: James' LinkedIn James' Facebook James' Twitter
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SidekickTV | James Wallace - Digital Simple | Marketing in your business (Ep. #21)
In this video, Ric and Modecai sit down with James Wallace from Digital Simple and discuss what you need to be thinking about in terms of marketing in your business, today! If you want to watch this episode with video, it's available over on our YouTube channel. Also, feel free to join our Sidekick Business Lounge and check out our website.
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Navigating The Spotlight as a Family of Youtube Creators with James Wallace - TSS Podcast Ep. 26
12 Week U Podcast
James Wallace is one half of the duo that produces the immensely popular and rapidly growing Youtube channel, The Stella Show, an episodic series for families and children. What began as a simple hobby with his wife and two children turned into a full fledged career that amassed almost one million subscribers in a year. The show’s success thrust the Wallace family into the spotlight and has become a full-time job as he and his wife write, direct, and produce each episode and has led to opportunities to work with industry networks like Nickelodeon.Be sure to check out and subscribe to The Stella Show here: ➜ https://www.youtube.com/c/TheStellaShow/The Think Stupid Simple Podcast is a place for authentic conversation to uncover the stupid simple truths that help us succeed and find happiness.
Fr. James Wallace's Homily - October 18, 2020 - Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday Mass at Mercy Home
Friends, welcome to Sunday Mass at Mercy Home. Since 1992, Sunday Mass at Mercy Home has been a source of spiritual nourishment for Catholics who are unable to attend Mass in person. Today we invite you to join Fr. James Wallace as he shares this week's homily on The Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 11, 2020. A special thank you to our congregation from Friends of Mercy Home. To learn more about Sunday Mass at Mercy Home, please subscribe by visiting www.mercyhome.org/listen.
Fr. James Wallace's Homily - October 4, 2020 - Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday Mass at Mercy Home
Friends, welcome to Sunday Mass at Mercy Home. Since 1992, Sunday Mass at Mercy Home has been a source of spiritual nourishment for Catholics who are unable to attend Mass in person. Today we invite you to join Fr. James Wallace as he shares this week's homily on The Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 4, 2020. A special thank you to our congregation from the Friends of Mercy Home. To learn more about Sunday Mass at Mercy Home, please subscribe by visiting www.mercyhome.org/listen.
Got Wood? with James Wallace from the Beaver Trust.
Into The Wild
Beavers. In England, they've come, then gone, then come & gone & now they are coming back again & we want them to stay. For years many organisations have worked hard to get beavers back in the English ecosystems & with recent news of the UK government giving the right to remain to some family groups of beavers on the river otter in Devon, this work has had so much rightful attention in the media. This week I speak with James Wallace, director of the Beaver Trust, to discuss how & why beavers are so important & what they do to change an ecosystem. We also discuss the importance of collaboration of organisations & different industries in order to work together to strive for success. If you'd like to keep up to date with the projects & work the Beaver Trust are doing, you can do so on Twitter & Instagram @BeaverTrust. You can also follow James on Twitter @jaowallace. Don't forget You can get in touch with me at email@example.com. on social media, @intothewildpod on Twitter & @intothewildpodcast on Instagram. Whether it's just to say hello, share some thoughts on an episode or even to let me know you'd like to hear about next!
Glen and James discuss metafiction, writing in first/third person POV, and the value of criticism in art.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterism/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/betterism/support