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Matt Jenkins

9 Podcast Episodes

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Episode 1 - Becoming a “Newbie” Teacher in Covid-19 times with Matt Jenkins

All Things PE

In this episode I’ll be talking to Matt Jenkins about where his journey started, how it’s going, and his thoughts on being a “newbie” teacher in these Covid-19 times. You’ll find Matt on Twitter @MattJ_PE.

6mins

29 Mar 2021

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Here to Serve: Matt Jenkins of Celebrity Catering (Episode 13)

Business and Personal Podcast

Listen to Matt Jenkins explain how some quick thinking allowed him to pivot and keep his business going strong in 2020. He also explains what got him into the culinary field and why he has been so passionate about it since his youth.Watch the video version here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSPwTjutWEs&feature=youtu.be

15mins

28 Jan 2021

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Episode 372: Matt Jenkins

The Mundane Festival

Chris sits down with comedian and writer Matt Jenkins. They talk about video games, performing overseas, and people who want you to fail.   Website: MattJenkinsComic.com ChrisLamberth.com Twitter: @YoungFunE @MundaneFestival@ChrisLamberth Patreon: Mundane Festival Email: mundanefestivalpod@gmail.com

1hr 40mins

8 Sep 2019

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#006 Behaviour Change, Motivation & Boredom - Matt Jenkins - Mensana Movement - Startup Dunedin Podcast

Startup Dunedin Podcast

Matt Jenkins is an expert on Motivation and Behaviour Change. He completed our Co.Starters programme to use his PhD in Sports Psychology to help individuals create diet and movement change with the Mensana Movement (Matt explains why movement is a better choice of word than exercise).  During the podcast Matt discusses a range of topics including:  - How he transformed his personal training business - The 'Motivation Soup' concept - How motivation theory applies in health and business - Why he chose Dunedin - The role of boredom in our lives - His journey in starting the Mensana Movement - The "Big Rocks, Little Rocks' tool he uses to distribute his time - The habits & tools he uses to stay on top of his game - Perceived value vs Actual value - Why health 'experiments' out perform 'challenges' You can find out more about Matt & the Mensana Movement at: - https://www.mensanamovement.com/ In the early stages of something new? You can enroll for CO.STARTERS now! Find out more: https://www.startupdunedin.nz/costarters

1hr 30mins

30 Jul 2019

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DR MATT JENKINS : Keeping your resolution

The Department of Conversation with Pat Brittenden

Our guest this week is Dr Matt Jenkins.Matt, a specialist in behaviour change, has recently completed a PhD in motivation at the University of Otago says that success in sticking to a New Year resolution involved motivation, preparation, accountability and ensuring your resolutions were in line with your personal values.================Youtube https://goo.gl/uLs7j5Spotify https://goo.gl/zYQUhCiTunesgoo.gl/rMFT7FStitcherhttps://goo.gl/GQkfpS

1hr 21mins

7 Feb 2019

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Becoming A Great Leader - With guest speaker Matt Jenkins

Relationships At Work Podcasts

• How has Matt's background shaped his present and future?• What are the 3 key points on leadership?• What do people feel in today's world that they need to embrace to be more effective in their walks of life?• What the next steps Matt sees himself taking?

38mins

29 Apr 2018

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Episode #64 – Matt Jenkins “Is that real sweat?”

BlacksmitHER Radio

Guest Intro paragraph Matt Jenkins is a Winnipeg, Canada-based blacksmith and owner of Cloverdale Forge. He got his start in blacksmithing by spending college summers at a Canadian national park doing historical re-creations for tourists. He later studied at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina. He now works days as a mechanical engineer and nights and weekends in his own shop. Last summer he took first place in Drawing and Design and the World Forging Championship in Stia, Italy. What We Talked About Matt followed in his father's footsteps by working summers at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site as a blacksmith doing historical re-creations for the public. He recalls some of the funniest questions people asked him and the jokes his dad used to play on the tourists. Matt received a degree in mechanical engineering, but also studied at the John C. Campbell school in North Carolina, where he still teaches one week every summer. This year his class will take place in September. He works two full-time jobs. During the day, he's a mechanical engineer for a custom metal manufacturer doing computer aided drafting. On nights and weekends he's in his own shop, Cloverdale Forge, on his family's farm. His shop is 400 square feet and he's looking at doing an expansion soon. Matt teaches classes at Cloverdale and has 4 planned for this summer doing basic beginner blacksmithing. He's tyring to build a blacksmithing community and an appreciation for the art in a fairly isolated location. Last summer Matt won 1st place at the World Forging Championship in Stia, Italy in the Drawing and Design competition. The contest theme was trash cans. His drawing can be seen at http://www.biennaleartefabbrile.it/il-campionato/classifica-2015/ Matt's trip to Italy was part of a larger European trip he took with two other blacksmith friends. They attended a conference in the Czech Republic where Matt won the “longest spike competition” in part of a Blacksmith Triathlon. They also visited Germany and blacksmith friend Gosta Gablick. “It's fun traveling with other blacksmiths because they look at the same weird things that I do,” Matt says. Matt is also a part of an annual art event in Winnipeg called “Nuit Blanche” where artists create and display their works overnight. “We pull the forges into city square and build something,” Matt says. “In our area, the only time you experience blacksmithing is at a fur trading post, so to show people it's not just repair of muskets and traps, I bring the art to them on that night.” Matt uses many outlets to advertise and sell his products including a business web site with a blog, Facebook, Instagram and Etsy. The Etsy site works well for advertising and exposure, Matt says, but doesn't bring in huge sales. If Matt could meet one blacksmith, dead or alive, he says he would choose the “nameless guys” who've been doing it forever. “Everyone says the artistic stuff, but the art comes from me. I want to learn the skills.” Guest Links Web Page: cloverdaleforge.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/cloverdaleforge/ Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CloverdaleForge Twitter: https://twitter.com/cloverdaleforge Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cloverdaleforge/ Stia Drawing and Design website -  http://www.biennaleartefabbrile.it/the-championship/regulation-design-contest/ A Big Thank You to today’s sponsor – Adirondack Folk School, www.adirondackfolkschool.org If you enjoyed this episode, I would love it if you would support the show by: telling your friends. sharing this episode using the social sharing buttons below. subscribing to the show and leaving a rating and review in iTunes.  Not sure how?  Just follow these simple steps here or watch the short video tutorial, http://youtu.be/rq4OCyRGjHc?list=UUH3MfNZLXlKgionAs6kMT_Q subscribing to the show in Stitcher, http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=54499&refid=stpr Thanks so much for your support!

35mins

21 Mar 2016

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Matt Jenkins Ran Across North Carolina

Dr. Fitness & the Fat Guy

On today’s show Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy opened with barefoot runner Matt Jenkins. Matt is the author of A Barefoot Run Across North Carolina. Learn more about Matt and his crazy runs at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/mattjenkins For more Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy check out our Wellness Minutes blog where we give you in depth information on health, fitness and weight loss topics in 3 minutes or less every single day. iTunes Follow us on Twitter @FatGuy and @DrFitness6 Be our Friend on Facebook Also please check out our new book 35 Things to Know to Raise Active Kids

32mins

17 Nov 2010

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Matt Jenkins Ran Across North Carolina. Kathy Betty Owner of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream

Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy

The most entertaining weight loss and fitness podcast show on radio." Please click on the POD button to listen to the latest Dr. Fitness and the Fat Guy radio show podcast broadcasting live each week from Atlanta, GA, USA. We are now a Featured podcast on Health, Diet and Nutrition on both iTunes and Zune To download the show on iTunes please click on this link To download the show on your Zune please click this link Be sure to check out our new Facebook Fan Page that blogger, web genius and Fitness Journalist Karla Walsh is helping us with. She is running contests and all kinds of fun stuff for us.  We really appreciate all that she is doing and want to make sure she gets the recognition she deserves. And be sure to check out the SobeFit magazine with a special feature on Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy   Also please checkout our new book 35 Things to Know to Raise Active Kids On today's show Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy opened with barefoot runner Matt Jenkins. Matt is the author of A Barefoot Run Across North Carolina. Learn more about Matt and his crazy runs at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/mattjenkins We closed the show with Atlanta Dream owner Kathy Betty. The Atlanta dream recorded one of the most successful seasons for a rookie owner in professional sports history in 2010 as the Dream won the Eastern Conference title and advanced to the WNBA Finals. To learn more about the Atlanta Dream and all the cuases that kathy supports please go to www.atlantadream.net Remember, you can find a tip a day at our new website www.wellnessminutes.com or on iTunes here. Or our blog www.drfitnessblog.com Amazingly the Fat Guy is being followed by thousands of people who are interested in what he does each day. Who would have thought?  Anyone can follow the Fat Guy's exploits on Twitter.  Food journals are great ways to lose weight and the Fat Guy is always trying anything in order to lose those last 20 pounds. So take a peek into his food diary. You never know what he'll write. Somehow he can stay compliant to writing on Twitter but he can't fit in exercise each day. That's right, moments after he eats something the Fat Guy used to Twitter about it and you can follow him so that one day if you try real hard you too can look like the Fat Guy. Please go to www.twitter.com/fatguy  Remember we are now on every morning in Michigan. On radio station WKNW. They asked us to create a Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy "Wellness Minute." So now a new Wellness Minute runs on that station each morning at around 7:40. Each Wellness Minute features the doctor and I going over 5 of his best tips on a given wellness subject like: losing weight, getting in shape, living a healthy lifestyle, etc. Now these Wellness Minutes are available online.  If you have a favorite radio station that you think would benefit from our Wellness Minutes send them an email telling them about it and who knows maybe you can hear us everyday too. Also once again, I need you to please do me a favor. My kid Max has been doing a radio show called "Kid Power Radio" for awhile now and you should check it out. Tiffany from The Daily Candy called his family friendly radio show "Hilarious!" This is a great show for your kids. It is kind of like a kids version of TMZ or Entertainment Tonight mixed in with a little Wayne's World. Max recaps the week in entertainment and gives his take and review of what he liked and didn't like on TV, at the movies, video games, in books and in music and even restaurant reviews. Please go to his site and download the show for your kid. He had a big show recently he interviewed Meatwad from Aqua Teen Hunger Force on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, someone from Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus and even Miranda Cosgrove star of Nickelodeon's Hit TV Show iCarly. And if your kid sends Max an email he'll read it on the air next week. The show can be found at www.kidpowerradio.com and you can email Max at RadioStarMax at Yahoo.com. He has gotten emails from kids from England, Australia, China and even the US. Your encouragement is greatly appreciated.  Thanks to you his show is rocketing up the charts! As always, more laughs, more info and more fun than any other health, fitness, weight loss podcast out there. Click the podcast button and check out the entire show right now. Now you can listen to only the expert interviews at our new website www.healthexpertradio.com here or oniTunes here. Don't forget to check out the Doctor Fitness and the Fat Guy blog at www.drfitnessblog.com for more tips about weight loss and Dr. Shafran's analysis of all things health and fitness. Also check out our brand new redesigned website www.drfitnessandthefatguy.com to subscribe to our FREE weekly healthy living newsletter and enjoy all the benefits of our online weight loss program and community. You can also email Dr. Fitness there with your specific questions and he will personally answer each one. Promise!! Please blog about our show. Our show grows when our listeners tell their friends about us. We need your help to grow our listener base so if you enjoy Dr Fitness and the Fat guy please forward this podcast to a friend and put links to our website and show on blogs and message boards you enjoy. Thanks

58mins

11 Nov 2010