Reaganism: Political Soulmates with Dr. James Cooper (#127)
The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
On this episode of Reaganism, guest host Dr. Anthony Eames, Director of Scholarly Initiatives at the Reagan Institute, speaks with Dr. James Cooper, Associate Professor in History and American Studies at York St John University in the United Kingdom. Anthony and James spoke about the relationship between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as well as broader U.S.-U.K. relations. Dr. SourceJoin the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/reaganism/political-soulmates-with-dr-james-cooper/.Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Subscribe to Reaganism by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in Apple Podcasts or by RSS feed.
On this episode of Reaganism, guest host Dr. Anthony Eames, Director of Scholarly Initiatives at the Reagan Institute, speaks with Dr. James Cooper, Associate Professor in History and American Studies at York St John University in the United Kingdom. Anthony and James spoke about the relationship between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher as well as broader U.S.-U.K. relations. Dr. Cooper is very grateful for you taking the time to hear about his research. Please take a minute to offer some brief feedback to him and his University by completing this form. This will inform his research and similar talks in the future.
Embryologists play a huge part in the success of our embryos, but how many of us have ever had a conversation with one? Well, today we are talking with a very talented embryologist to get an understanding of what happens behind the scenes of a lab. James Cooper has worked in 6 different countries and 12 clinics over the last 21 years doing all things IVF related. Throughout his career, James has seen the combination of skills and technology push IVF success rates to an all time high. After noticing a thirst for knowledge that most IVF patients have, he started an Instagram page called ivf_explained. Listen in as James and I shed some light onto what embryologists do and things that you can look for in a lab. We also talk about his experience working with fertility clinics throughout the world versus in the US, the topic of genetic testing and even tips of what to ask your clinic for. What You'll Learn What embryologists do Embryologists’ training and what their different titles mean How genetic testing works What to look for in a lab/clinic How to have better conversations with your doctor Resources Schedule your complimentary Strategy session today: https://www.tashablasi.com/connect Sign-up to become an FU Insider and get 15 Questions You Must Ask Your Fertility Clinic and Making Decisions With Precision. www.MyBabyIsComingSoon.com IVF Explained on Instagram @ivf_explained https://www.instagram.com/ivf_explained/ How to connect with Tasha Connect with me live on the next LIVE Tashablasi.com Connect with the health and fitness experts from the episode at firstname.lastname@example.org How to get involved If you would like more information about The FU Project and my mission to get you pregnant so much faster and smarter than I did, please check out my website. Enjoyed the Podcast? Be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we’d love for you to help us spread the word. There are so many women suffering in silence that could use this help and support.
Live from the London Podcast Fest (w/ Paul Brunson, Naoko Mori & James Cooper)
Midnight Snack with Michelle Collins
Michelle takes 'Midnight Snack' to the London Podcast Festival! Live! In front of an audience made up of real life people. She joined by Paul Brunson (Married At First Sight UK), Naoko Mori (Torchwood & Ab Fab) and James Cooper (My Dad Wrote a Porno) to discuss all things from cultural dating differences to $25,000 matchmakers, and merkins gone wrong to depressed mini horses. It's like a free trip to a land full of drunks. Enjoy!
Ep 117 - Your Story Is The Very Thing That Will Move People w: James Cooper
James Cooper is a filmmaker and videographer. He got his first film camera when he was 5 years old. The son of an award-winning Television director, he always had a love for film and storytelling. As he shared on this podcast, “Information by itself doesn’t move people. It’s the stories that people share that move people.”James believes that there is a SIGNATURE STORY inside everyone, that can transform your business. This story is unique to you and it is one that needs to be told. And yet for so many perfectionism gets in the way. As James shares,, “perfectionism is a thief of life” getting in the way of the very legacy that all of us should be leaving, our story.During this conversation we get to hear all about James’s childhood on set with his dad. How he learnt on the job watching the masters at play and the moment he stepped in to his own spotlight to do the work that he does now.We discuss:- How trusting in yourself is key- The confidence to own your own voice, to stand out and be different- How your story is valid and your unique fingerprint- And James challenges us all to own and share our story as opposed to letting others create it for you.Enjoy
The Story Of Becoming A Digital CEO And Hitting $30K A Month With James Cooper
The New Generation Entrepreneur Podcast
When you can create a message so powerful that it doesn’t take your audience out of a moment... that's when your marketing plays into the invisible elements but also when you've created an irresistible offer. But how exactly does it work? In this episode, I'm talking to filmmaker & video strategist James Cooper who has figured out those invisible elements, learned his target audience's pain points, and delivered his message so powerfully, he grew his business from $10k a month to $30k a month within the year. If you want to learn more about his unique story and how he grew so quickly that he needed to turn clients away, tune in! Like this episode? Subscribe and leave a review!
Here is another chat about all things music publishing and sync for your ear holes. I know James from way back in 2009 when he first joined Sony Music Publishing and he was there through till 2020 (including the EMI buyout) when he left to set up his own thing ‘Rocket Science Music’. It was great to catch up with James and find out his motivations for leaving the role at the largest music publisher on the planet to go at it alone and what its like as a freelancer/business owner in the world that he operates in at the moment. Links to his stuff below. https://www.rocketsciencemusic.co.uk/ https://www.instagram.com/rocketsciencemusicltd/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamescooper7/ https://twitter.com/mstrsqrl Get in touch with me via: Email - email@example.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/dannychampion Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/danmchampion/