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124. Empowering Lives with Purpose, Interview with Diana Brown

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Prayer is a vital part of every believer's life and today's guest, Diana Brown, shares what a joy and privilege it is to pray and how you can enhance your relationship with God by communicating with Him each day through prayer. Diana is the prayer director at Women World Leaders and the author of "Ever Interceding," a bi-monthly column written about prayer in Voice of Truth magazine. May your heart be encouraged to pray without ceasing as you join us for today's interview.

29mins

24 May 2021

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Passive Cash Flow Podcast Ep. 43 | Diana Brown Discusses Short Term Leasing

Passive Cash Flow Podcast

0:00 - Intro2:03 - Tip #1: Vendor Management2:53 - Tip #2: Cross Pollination5:51 - Tip #3: Make Money11:20 - Section 8 Leasing14:58 - Find your Niche17:39 - Tip #4: Short Term Real Estate Property Management26:10 - The Numbers33:48 - The First Airbnb35:09 - Pick Your BattlesIn this episode, Aaron's wife, Diana, shares her first-hand experience with short term leasing and how to become an Airbnb Superhost.Diana Brown is Pres. and owner of Dagny Enterprises, hospitality and property management services as well as project management and acquisition consulting. She is a graduate of Rutgers University and has worked in the real estate industry for over 10 years. Diana is an Airbnb Superhost and short-term leasing expert.--The Passive Cash Flow Podcast is for beginner or experienced investors. Subscribe today to learn how you can diversify out of the stock market, own a part of an apartment building & start earning Passive Cash Flow!Peoples Capital Group has been helping passive investors build wealth in NJ real estate for 10 years.  Visit www.PeoplesCapitalGroup.com to find out if you qualify to start earning passive income and pay less taxes via investing in real estate. IRA's and 401K's are accepted.--https://www.peoplescapitalgroup.com/https://www.instagram.com/real_estate_investments_nj/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/peoplescapitalgroupnjhttps://twitter.com/PCGrealestatehttps://www.linkedin.com/company/peoples-capital-grouphttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeJh5UgrdBDOabr2YLbAHg#NJRealEstateInvesting#AaronFragnito#PassiveCashFlow#PCGSupport the show (https://www.peoplescapitalgroup.com/)

35mins

4 Sep 2020

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Yes But Why ep 196 Diana Brown’s improv tenderness can cure what ails you!

Yes But Why Podcast

This week, Yes But Why Podcast talks to San Francisco-based performer and producer, Diana Brown. Diana Brown is a performer who appears in scripted as well as improvisational theatre. She is a teaching artist as well as the Director of Community at Leela Improv Theater Company. Diana is also a producer with Southern Railroad Theatre Company. In her spare time, Diana is also a voice actor, a playwright, a communications consultant, and an acting coach. In this conversation, Diana tells me about how she got started in improv in San Francisco in the late 80s and she paints the picture of the scene at that time. Diana and I talk about our love of teaching. We discuss the magic of being a person’s first improv teacher. Diana tells me about her workshop “Improv Triage” that she and Dan Wilson teach when they tour festivals. “Improv Triage” is a treatment lab for your improv challenges. They enjoy digging deep to help improvisers overcome their hangups. We chat about the work that goes into maintaining a good improv duo relationship. Diana shares her love for her improv partner, Dan Wilson and the effortless way they work together. Diana and Dan perform together with their nationally touring improv comedy troupe, Bingewatch. Bingewatch takes the shows you love and combines them to create an improvised pilot episode of a new show. (Love "The Good Place" and "Sesame Street"? You'll love "The Fuzzy Place.") Bingewatch recently sold out their show at San Francisco Sketchfest 2020. You can support Diana Brown by watching her troupe, Bingewatch perform! In their upcoming schedule, Bingewatch will appear at the Acme Comedy Theater in North Hollywood as guests of Rollin' in Riches before heading to the 2020 Alaska State Improv Festival. There, in Alaska, Dan and Diana will also be offering their workshop, "Improv Triage" so festivalgoers, take note!Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE HC Universal Network app for Android and iDevices or visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com and join the fun.This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY.

45mins

3 Feb 2020

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Yes But Why ep 196 Diana Brown’s improv tenderness can cure what ails you!

Yes But Why Podcast

This week, Yes But Why Podcast talks to San Francisco-based performer and producer, Diana Brown. Diana Brown is a performer who appears in scripted as well as improvisational theatre. She is a teaching artist as well as the Director of Community at Leela Improv Theater Company. Diana is also a producer with Southern Railroad Theatre Company. In her spare time, Diana is also a voice actor, a playwright, a communications consultant, and an acting coach. In this conversation, Diana tells me about how she got started in improv in San Francisco in the late 80s and she paints the picture of the scene at that time. Diana and I talk about our love of teaching. We discuss the magic of being a person’s first improv teacher. Diana tells me about her workshop “Improv Triage” that she and Dan Wilson teach when they tour festivals. “Improv Triage” is a treatment lab for your improv challenges. They enjoy digging deep to help improvisers overcome their hangups. We chat about the work that goes into maintaining a good improv duo relationship. Diana shares her love for her improv partner, Dan Wilson and the effortless way they work together. Diana and Dan perform together with their nationally touring improv comedy troupe, Bingewatch. Bingewatch takes the shows you love and combines them to create an improvised pilot episode of a new show. (Love "The Good Place" and "Sesame Street"? You'll love "The Fuzzy Place.") Bingewatch recently sold out their show at San Francisco Sketchfest 2020. You can support Diana Brown by watching her troupe, Bingewatch perform! In their upcoming schedule, Bingewatch will appear at the Acme Comedy Theater in North Hollywood as guests of Rollin' in Riches before heading to the 2020 Alaska State Improv Festival. There, in Alaska, Dan and Diana will also be offering their workshop, "Improv Triage" so festivalgoers, take note!Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE HC Universal Network app for Android and iDevices or visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com and join the fun.This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY.

45mins

3 Feb 2020

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Yes But Why ep 196 Diana Brown’s improv tenderness can cure what ails you!

HC Universal Network

This week, Yes But Why Podcast talks to San Francisco-based performer and producer, Diana Brown. Diana Brown is a performer who appears in scripted as well as improvisational theatre. She is a teaching artist as well as the Director of Community at Leela Improv Theater Company. Diana is also a producer with Southern Railroad Theatre Company. In her spare time, Diana is also a voice actor, a playwright, a communications consultant, and an acting coach. In this conversation, Diana tells me about how she got started in improv in San Francisco in the late 80s and she paints the picture of the scene at that time. Diana and I talk about our love of teaching. We discuss the magic of being a person’s first improv teacher. Diana tells me about her workshop “Improv Triage” that she and Dan Wilson teach when they tour festivals. “Improv Triage” is a treatment lab for your improv challenges. They enjoy digging deep to help improvisers overcome their hangups. We chat about the work that goes into maintaining a good improv duo relationship. Diana shares her love for her improv partner, Dan Wilson and the effortless way they work together. Diana and Dan perform together with their nationally touring improv comedy troupe, Bingewatch. Bingewatch takes the shows you love and combines them to create an improvised pilot episode of a new show. (Love "The Good Place" and "Sesame Street"? You'll love "The Fuzzy Place.") Bingewatch recently sold out their show at San Francisco Sketchfest 2020. You can support Diana Brown by watching her troupe, Bingewatch perform! In their upcoming schedule, Bingewatch will appear at the Acme Comedy Theater in North Hollywood as guests of Rollin' in Riches before heading to the 2020 Alaska State Improv Festival. There, in Alaska, Dan and Diana will also be offering their workshop, "Improv Triage" so festivalgoers, take note!Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE HC Universal Network app for Android and iDevices or visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com and join the fun.This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY.

45mins

3 Feb 2020

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Yes But Why ep 196 Diana Brown’s improv tenderness can cure what ails you!

HC Universal Network

This week, Yes But Why Podcast talks to San Francisco-based performer and producer, Diana Brown. Diana Brown is a performer who appears in scripted as well as improvisational theatre. She is a teaching artist as well as the Director of Community at Leela Improv Theater Company. Diana is also a producer with Southern Railroad Theatre Company. In her spare time, Diana is also a voice actor, a playwright, a communications consultant, and an acting coach. In this conversation, Diana tells me about how she got started in improv in San Francisco in the late 80s and she paints the picture of the scene at that time. Diana and I talk about our love of teaching. We discuss the magic of being a person’s first improv teacher. Diana tells me about her workshop “Improv Triage” that she and Dan Wilson teach when they tour festivals. “Improv Triage” is a treatment lab for your improv challenges. They enjoy digging deep to help improvisers overcome their hangups. We chat about the work that goes into maintaining a good improv duo relationship. Diana shares her love for her improv partner, Dan Wilson and the effortless way they work together. Diana and Dan perform together with their nationally touring improv comedy troupe, Bingewatch. Bingewatch takes the shows you love and combines them to create an improvised pilot episode of a new show. (Love "The Good Place" and "Sesame Street"? You'll love "The Fuzzy Place.") Bingewatch recently sold out their show at San Francisco Sketchfest 2020. You can support Diana Brown by watching her troupe, Bingewatch perform! In their upcoming schedule, Bingewatch will appear at the Acme Comedy Theater in North Hollywood as guests of Rollin' in Riches before heading to the 2020 Alaska State Improv Festival. There, in Alaska, Dan and Diana will also be offering their workshop, "Improv Triage" so festivalgoers, take note!Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Download the FREE HC Universal Network app for Android and iDevices or visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com and join the fun.This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY.

45mins

3 Feb 2020

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Diana Brown and Conscious Discipline

Early Childhood Journeys

Episode 51 of the podcast with host Marissa Calderón and guest, Diana Brown Certified Instructor from Conscious Discipline. Diana shares a bit of her background as a classroom teacher and how she began to train for Dr. Becky Baileys, Conscious Discipline philosophy. Conscious Discipline is a "Transformational Social-Emotional Learning and Classroom Management" system. Many tips and strategies are also shared that easily supplement any current boxed behavioral management curriculum used by school districts or education programs. Connect with Diana Brown at: diana@mindfuldiscipline.comLearn more about Conscious Discipline here. Connect with host, Marissa and the Early Childhood Journeys podcast at: earlychildhoodjourneys.comMusic track is called Lemon Tea from GYVUS provided by Chillhop Music, a platform dedicated to finding and sharing the best chilled hiphop, jazzhop and triphop music and connecting people.Used with permission and creative commons.More by Chillhop:http://chillhop.com/listenGYVUS - Weekend:http://soundcloud.com/gyvusListen on Spotify:http://bit.ly/ChillhopSpotify See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

29mins

22 Apr 2019

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HMU Ep. 64 - "The History of A San Francisco Audition" with Diana Brown

History Made Up

The lovely Diana Brown tells us the story of her early days acting in San Francisco. Will is joined in the improv by the legendary Shaun Landry, the magnificent Hans Summers, and the delightful Shirley Chan.

42mins

7 Nov 2018

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Ep. 13 - Truthful Artistic Play with Diana Brown

Conversations with Chamomile

Diana Brown is an improv teacher at Leela SF. She was also my first improv teacher and one that I keep coming back to. There is something magical about watching Diana perform, and I want some of that magic for myself. We talk about how improv is a microcosm of life, the importance of staying out of your head and connected to your environment, and Diana's history with performing and teaching improv.  You can find Diana onstage performing with the Armando company, Bingewatch, and Past Our Primetime Players. Find her online at: http://www.leela-sf.com/diana-brown  Prelude No. 2 by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/preludes/Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/

55mins

3 Sep 2018

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Diana Brown Founder of SOAR for Youth

Joe Hackman

SOAR for Youth was established in February 2009 to provide high quality support, opportunities, and rapport that foster youth would have otherwise received from their parents. One of the goals of SOAR is to help foster youth become independent and productive members of our society.Through a summer residential academic enrichment program that uses teaching, coaching, counseling, outdoor adventure activities in collaboration with the University of California at Berkeley, community foster youth organizations, and Bay Area children services agencies, SOAR helps teen aged foster youth gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to pursue post secondary education and succeed. It is a three-year program. Once selected, each youth is invited to attend three summer camps (Prepare To SOAR, Learn To SOAR, and Time TO SOAR). In addition, SOAR stays connected with the youth throughout the following academic years, providing sustained support and attention to encourage their progress.

46mins

17 Jun 2010