In this week's episode of Snollygoster, Ohio's politics podcast from WOSU, hosts Mike Thompson and Steve Brown discuss the political legacy of Neil Clark, a powerful lobbyist and a defendant in the $60 million nuclear plant bribery case, who was found dead this week in Florida.
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions special with Neil Clark
C86 Show - Indie Pop
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions special with Neil Clark in conversation with David Eastaugh Scottish guitarist, known for his work with Lloyd Cole and the Commotions. He has regularly worked and toured with Lloyd Cole post-Commotions including playing on and touring in support of Cole's 2006 album, Antidepressant. He also worked on Cole's albums, Bad Vibes, Love Story, Etc, Music in a Foreign Language and Guesswork. Clark was a member of Bloomsday with Stephen Irvine of the Commotions and Chris Thomson of The Bathers. Clark also features on the Bathers' 1993 album, Lagoon Bluesand has collaborated with Canadian singer Mae Moore on her album Dragonfly. His guitar playing was featured on her single from that album "Genuine", which reached No. 6 on the RPM "Top 100" singles chart in Canada. In 1995 and 1998 he worked on two albums with French singer Axelle Renoir. Has released two solo albums, Sundogs in 2008 and Second Story Sunlight in 2010. Both albums mix minimalist and cinematic guitar styles with ambient electronica. He currently also plays and writes with Ambrose Pottie, (drums) and Alisdair Jones (bass) in post-jazz trio, Sleepers.
Neil Clark on Managing Human Factors in Safety-critical industries
The Human Risk Podcast
In industries where human error can be the difference between life & death, how can we manage Human Risk?The answer is Human Factors, a specialism that blends Behavioural Science & Psychology into operating processes, to ensure that Human Risk is mitigated by design. My guest on this episode Neil Clark, is the founder of IHF - Integrated Human Factors. He came to my attention because of this project that he was working on in Edinburgh: https://www.insider.co.uk/special-reports/how-fighter-pilot-technology-best-22083132Having invited him on to talk about that, we ended up having a fascinating conversation about Neil’s background and his work in a number of areas.You can find out more about Neil’s company on their website - www.ihf.co.uk which also contains some really interesting case studies.
MONTANA FOLKS MAKE THE BAR-X PROJECT SPECIAL: meet Neil Clark of Billings, Montana
ALL MARINE RADIO
This past week Post-Traumatic Winning was invited to Montana to speak to three groups of Marines brought to different sites to fly fish, reconnect and relax by the Bar-X Project. Today’s you’ll meet Neil Clark of Billings, Montana who was instrumental in creating the environment for an incredible four days near the city of Helena, […]
How to become a children's book Illustrator, from a passion project with Neil Clark
Creative Ways Podcast
Neil Clark is a children’s book illustrator, he’s just this month completed his 12th book! Neil used to be a designer at Hallmark's Tigerprint studio, but when his first book which was a passion project for his friend's app took off, he got approached by an agent and it sold thousands internationally! Neil decided to ask to drop a day in his full time day job, which led to two days and now he and his illustrator wife both took the leap to go freelance with a small baby in tow! We talk about his character designs process, his need for side hustles and the importance of this. His clients include Crayola publishes, Quartoe publishing, Oxford university press, Usbourne publishing, Walker books igloo publishing and Marks and Spencer Neil’s Takeaways - 1.If you have a strong desire for change, asking your day job if you can drop one day a week is a great first step. 2. If you learn Better from people and end your freelance maybe a shared studio space would help. 3. It’s great to take on work that you like but it’s important to keep on with self directed briefs to show your agent of boss what other styles, you can do 4. Setting the time for an art date each week which isn’t your working day to try new skills and styles 5. Doodling random ideas in your sketchbook each day really does 6. your ideas come from the doing and keeping on sketching, creating each day. 7. If you have a side project at home you can handle a knock at work if you’ve have another creative outlet. It’s a great coping mechanism. It can give you confidence that you aren’t just relaying on 8. Childhood Stories stay with us forever, so remember the magic and power you have as an illustrator you’re needing motivation You can find Neil’s book rusty robot and others on Amazon and all good books shops. Check out him out at- neilclark.carbonmade.com Instagram: @neilkiddclarkdesign Dalia Clark - Instagram @daliaclarkdesign Books - The Lion Inside by Rachel Bright and Jim Field Mini Rabbit Not Lost (Mini Rabbit) by John bond Fanatical About Frogs (Owen Davey Animals Series)
Thor Holt Presents, Neil Clark, Ex Fighter Pilot, CEO of Edinburgh based, Integrated Human Factors (IHF). IHF is a Human Factors consultancy - a plucky wee David, beating International Company Goliaths - winning contracts despite covid www.ihf.co.uk
Danielle Lin Show: The Art of Living and Science of Life
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Falling in Love for All the Right Reasons with Dr. Neil Clark Warren
Oxygen by Stronger Families
In this episode, Dr. Neil Clark Warren—co-founder and CEO of eHarmony.com and author of Falling in Love for All the Right Reasons: How to Find Your Soul Mate—discusses the key to a strong and lasting marriage: compatibility. Through eHarmony.com, Dr. Warren has helped foster nearly two million marriages, among which the divorce rate is only 3.86%, well below the national average of 40%. After years of research and countless case studies of real-life married couples, he has identified 29 areas of compatibility, of which the following are vitally important: (1) emotional health, (2) intelligence level, (3) shared values, (4) sense of humor, (5) energy level, (6) level of industry, and (7) shared interests. For the single person, the most important thing to do is find someone who is similar to you in the most basic areas, such as the way you were raised, your values, your interests, and your spiritual life. Also, look for someone to whom you are deeply attracted. Attraction is not the most important factor in a healthy relationship, but it is crucial nonetheless. Do not despair in finding a good match; be patient and hold out for the person you know in your heart is right for you. As Dr. Warren states, “It is hard to find the love of your life, but it is worth the wait.”