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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jen Bennett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jen Bennett, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jen Bennett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jen Bennett, often where they are interviewed.

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The Exit Interviews, Part 1 feat. Jen Bennett, Josie Campbell, Phil Lomboy, Noelle Stevenson, Sharon Sun, and M. Willis

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As we near the end of our podcast, we wanted to put a nice bow on our time covering She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, and fortunately, Dreamworks was down to help! In this, the first of two Twitch streams we're calling the "Exit Interviews," we've got a bevy of guests from SPOP ready to answer burning fan questions like "could Angella be alive?" and "does Catra shower?" 

This interview features:

Jen Bennett (director)
Josie Campbell (story editor)
Phil Lomboy (editor)
Noelle Stevenson (executive producer)
Sharon Sun (board artist)
M. Willis (writer)

The second part of these streams is happening Wednesday, 8/26 at 5:30 PM PST! You can catch it over at twitch.tv/ericcgarneau

Aug 21 2020 · 1hr 12mins
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"Shot in the Dark" with Jen Bennett and Kiki Manrique

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Directors Jen and Kiki return for part two of their interview as Catra adventures with the Best Friends Squad for the first time! We meet the adorable Melog, and Eric and Lauren wade into the fandom's more contentious waters. 

MUSIC IN THE EPISODE:
Ozzy Osbourne - Shot in the Dark
Karen Fukahara & Sydney Mikayla - Heroes on Fire

Jul 03 2020 · 58mins

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"Perils of Peekablue" with Kiki Manrique and Jen Bennett

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Once upon a time, we'd have as many guests on the show at one time as we wanted. It was a lawless period of vigilante podcasting. We return to those days with the first of TWO episodes featuring TWO wonderful episode directors for She-Ra, Kiki Manrique and Jen Bennett, who happened to work on the next two episodes we're covering, "The Perils of Peekablue" and "Shot in the Dark." This week, a classic POP character makes an appearance, Scorpia sings, and Lauren finally comes around on Sea Hawk. 

SONGS IN THE EPISODE:
Peggy Lee - Trapped (In the Web of Love)

Jun 26 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Be Worth Following: A Conversation with Dr. Jen Bennett

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Everyone has a story to tell, but not everyone does an effective job of creating an online presence and brand that is worth following. In this episode of Insights for Leading, Jeremy Couch interviews Dr. Jen Bennett, an author, speaker, educator, and social media specialist. Jen has a passion for helping individuals go from confused and overwhelmed to confident and passionate about who they are, their expertise, their story, their faith, and their brand. And she then helps them build a platform and online presence that tells their story in a compelling and engaging way.

To learn more about Jen, her book, Be Worth Following, and her services for individuals and organizations, visit www.drjenbennett.com

Nov 22 2019 · 1hr

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KDE 190: Showing Up Authentically Through Social Media During Wilderness Seasons (Chat with Dr. Jen Bennett)

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Sep 26 2018 · 33mins
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[Show #11] Keys to Surviving & Thriving Social Media w/Guest Dr. Jen Bennett

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Prepare to get a fresh and encouraging perspective on the world of social media. It is a great tool for keeping in touch with people and current events. But we all know that it can also be a place that can trigger negative emotions, insecurities, and jealousy. 

On this week's show, my guest Dr. Jen Bennett and I talk about the pitfalls of social media and how she personally and purposefully insulates herself from the dangers and traps scattered all throughout this double-edged communication channel. 
Here are some of the highlights and key take away's of the show:

Insulate yourself from being offended, decide ahead of time to have a tougher skin and not let the opinions of others get to you personally. Most of the time, it's not about you, it's about the other person trying to convince you of something they believe.

Know why you are on social media in the first place

Resist the temptation to get sucked into conversations or arguments. Other than proving your opinion is right (which literally may or may not be the actual truth) there really isn't a positive payoff for engaging in heated debates.

The reality is that social media is a tool, and if you are getting your feelings hurt and questioning who you are, what you are meant to do, then it's probably time to take a break from being on social media at all.

If you find that you are constantly going onto social, comparing your life to others and feeling bad about it, it's probably time to take a break. It's not adding value to your life, and probably needs to be limited or eliminated. You'll feel better, it's a promise.

The keys to being confident and unaffected by social media are having a strong sense of your own identity so that you are able to be "like teflon" when the negativity and comparison traps show themselves.

When our identity is clear, we walk that out in all aspects of our lives, and are impervious and unshakeable in understanding and confidence of who we really are.

Social media doesn't have to be a trap or a negative experience if we are deliberate in protecting ourselves by having boundaries, embracing our identity, standing our ground and not compromising our values, while being encouraging, inspiring and uplifting to those who we interact with on all the platforms. This is how we can insulate ourselves and sow seeds of good into the world to combat all the challenging aspect social media presents.

Prepare to be equipped to experience social media in a whole new way, a way that you create intentionally to be for your good.

Jul 26 2018 · 37mins