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Happy Hour: The Superior Labor x Jim Thompson, Blackwing Volume 64, and SAIEN washi

The Stationery Cafe

Welcome to the Stationery Cafe Happy Hour, April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters get together to talk about the latest in the stationery community. Kelly is excited about her first Sailor Virtual Ink Show experience, and April went down memory lane with The Superior Labor x Jim Thompson release. We shared some stationery that we enjoyed lately (Kelly got a washi tape about bridges). We also lament over the fact we can't join the Bungujoshi Petit event in Nagoya, but at least we can admire the exclusive items! 

52mins

24 Jun 2021

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Episode 89: Episode 86-Living Practice (with Jim Thompson)

Practice? Podcast

In this episode, Jim Thompson, system dynamics researcher from WPI, joins Dave in discussing how his lifelong passions lent to his lifelong Practice.

41mins

22 Mar 2021

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Ken Quattro Interview: Invisible Men by Alex Grand & Jim Thompson

Comic Book Historians

“Comics Detective” Ken Quattro talks in detail with Alex Grand and Jim Thompson about his terrific new book, “Invisible Men:The Trailblazing Black Artists of Comic Books.”  The lives of pre-Golden Age figures are examined such as Adolph Barreaux who contributed to the first DC and Harvey Comics, Matt Baker, Orrin Evans, George Evans, Hollingsworth, and Calvin Massey.  Learn about some behinds the scene information on Will Eisner, Stan Lee, Walter Gibson, Harry Donnenfeld and more.  Edited & Produced by Alex Grand. #InvisibleMen #KenQuattro #MattBaker #StanLeeSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians)

2hr 26mins

1 Mar 2021

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29. Jim Thompson - Founder Crown Worldwide Group

Asia Society Hong Kong Movers & Shakers Podcast

James E. Thompson is the Chairman and Founder of the Crown Worldwide Group. After graduating from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical Engineering, Jim arrived in Asia in 1963. Within two years he established Crown in Yokohama, Japan – with just US$ 1000 . He moved to Hong Kong in 1978. Today, the Crown Worldwide Group employs over 5,000 full-time staff around the world, as well as a large number of contracted personnel.

36mins

23 Feb 2021

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Ron Frenz: Marvelous Comic Artist part 3 with Alex Grand & Jim Thompson

Comic Book Historians

Alex Grand and Jim Thompson interview comic artist, Ron Frenz in the third of a 3 parter discussing his run on the Mighty Thor with Tom DeFalco co-creating characters like Mongoose, Quicksand, Earthforce, Code Blue, the Celtic Gods, Stellaris, the New Warriors, starting up and ending Thunderstrike amidst the Marvel Bankruptcy, leaving Marvel to work on Superman/Blue with Dan Jurgens, co-creating Spider-Girl and the MC2 Universe, making the second Thunderstrike volume, drawing for Outdoors life and his current project, The Blue Baron inked by the legendary Sal Buscema.  Edited & Produced by Alex Grand.  Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Thumbnail Artwork ©Comic Book Historians.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians)

58mins

1 Feb 2021

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Ron Frenz: Marvelous Comic Artist part 2 with Alex Grand & Jim Thompson

Comic Book Historians

Alex Grand and Jim Thompson interview comic artist, Ron Frenz in the second of a 3 parter discussing his run on Spider-Man with Roger Stern and Tom DeFalco, working under editor Danny Fingeroth and then Jim Owsley, co-creating characters like Black Fox and Puma, the circumstances of leaving Spidey, and ending up with The Mighty Thor for 5 years co-creating a pantheon of characters and places.  Edited & Produced by Alex Grand. Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Thumbnail Artwork ©Comic Book Historians.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians)

52mins

11 Jan 2021

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Jim Thompson, Founder Positive Coaching Alliance Episode 142

90% Mental

Jim Thompson, Founder of Positive Coaching Alliance talks about the current state of Youth Sports and how the Pandemic is affecting sports as a whole. During these times, Jim explains why focusing on connection is paramount and being an “elevater” to support people is so important. This transformational game-changer also shares how to coach a sustainable culture and the power of reframing. Links:positivecoach.org/team/thompson-jimTwitter: @JimThompson18LinkedIn: Jim Thompson

1hr 3mins

11 Nov 2020

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Jim Thompson

Timeout for Better Coaching

Jim Thompson is a social entrepreneur, a prolific writer, and the man behind the movement that has shifted coaching toward an approach grounded in "relentlessly positivity." As the founder of the Positive Coaching Alliance in 1998, Jim has helped usher in a sea-change in youth and high school coaching by teaching us all to prepare our athletes to win, and to be better people in life.  It is my deep pleasure to provide this half-hour conversation with Jim that ties together relentless positivity, climate change, poetry, and athletes in a way that few people have. He also discusses his new book, "A Rope to the Barn: A New Vision for Youth Sports" 1:00 - Jim talks about the founding of the Positive Coaching Alliance, and how his time at the Behavioral Learning Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, steeped him in the concept of "relentless positivity." 3:45 - The Double-Goal Coach: Preparing players to win and be better athletes. 6:00 - Tony Dungee's role in the PCA, and changing what it means to be a good coach.  8:15 - Research about positive coaching - Yes, being positive yields more wins. 9:20 - Phil Jackson as a model coach; David Bradford of Stanford on "Core values" and "Peripheral values"; the lesson of Dennis Rodman 11:50 - Jim talks about the favorite of the nine books he has written; the "Elevater" concept. The SOBER Concept (Stop/Observe/Breathe/Expand/React) 16:10 - Jim discusses the book he is currently writing, "A Rope to the Barn" - What that means, and how it relates to youth coaching. The importance of identity. 18:30 - Jim talks about why youth sports needs a new vision, and he ties this to the reality of climate change and how that is going to affect us all.  24:50 - Covid and its connection to youth sports and to climate change. 27:40 - On Phil Jackson and his identity, and the importance of instilling that kind of identity in kids. 28:50 - Sport and spirituality - "The practical ways we orient ourselves to the sacred [things of ultimate value]" Poetry is one of the very best ways to discover the spiritual 31:10 - Jim on his new nonprofit - This Is What We Did

34mins

31 Oct 2020

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Carl Potts: Editor, Artist & Professor Part 2 with Alex Grand & Jim Thompson

Comic Book Historians

Alex Grand and Jim Thompson interview former Marvel Executive Editor and Epic Imprint Editor in Chief, Writer, Artist & Professor Carl Potts in part 2 of a 2 parter, where we discuss his later work at Marvel including building up the Punisher from a side character into his own character, with the Punisher Mini Series with Mike Zeck, creating the Punisher War Journal with Jim Lee, working with Mark Gruenwald, editing under Jim Shooter and Tom DeFalco, why he left Marvel, his work on his own creator owned Alien Legion, and his work as a Professor at various universities including the School of Visual Arts.  Edited & Produced by Alex Grand.  Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Thumbnail Artwork ©Comic Book Historians. Support us at https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistoriansSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians)

52mins

14 Aug 2020

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"Paul Harvey of the Prairie" Jim Thompson

Lakota Link

                    “Paul Harvey of the Prairie” Jim Thompson Jim Thompson a radio and rodeo announcer sharing his connections with Native Americans.  You will find out how he got recognized as the  “Voice of the West”.   Jim shares some of his career history.  We learn how he was able to achieve his goals through years of hard work.  He always has had a heart and understanding of Native American issues.  

32mins

14 Jul 2020

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