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360: Getting Out of Your Own Way with Ray Brown

Business of Architecture Podcast

Our guest this week is business coach and entrepreneur, Ray Brown. For about 5 years, Ray has worked at CEO-level across six companies, including overseeing the sale of Scotland's largest watercolor business Premier Water to global food giant Danone in 2005. In late 2005, after moving to Australia with his family, he was selected to join the international business coaching organization, Shirlaws Group. As a business coach of a number of different architectural practices based in Melbourne, Ray recognized there's a significant gap in the education provided to architects around running a business. And obviously, as we know, there's a lot of limited literature and resources available to support them in this role. So Ray co-founded Archibiz, which is designed to help ambitious architects build profitable and sustainable businesses whilst doing great design. And Ray's passion is helping business owners to realize their personal potential and that of their organization. ► Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessofArchitecture * For more free tools and resources for running a profitable, impactful, and fulfilling practice, connect with me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessofarchitecture Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enoch.sears/ Website: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessofArch Podcast: http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/podcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/business-architecture-podcast/id588987926 Android Podcast Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BusinessofArchitecture-podcast * Access the FREE Architecture Firm Profit Map video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Download the FREE Architecture Firm Marketing Process Flowchart video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Come to my next live, in-person event: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/live Carpe Diem!


1 Apr 2021

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03-21-21 WCRI Air Personality Ray Brown - Conducting Conversations

Classical 95.9-FM WCRI

This week we feature Ray Brown, on air personality of WCRI's Classical Network. We'll talk about his weekly Saturday morning show “Talkin’ Birds”, find out the latest news about birds and listen to music that has a connection to Ray or is just for the birds! For more information about Ray and his program you can go to our web site www.classical959.com or to www.talkinbirds.com 


22 Mar 2021

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Os tríos de Ray Brown (23:00)

Notas de Jazz

Os tríos de Ray Brown2021/Mar/FriMúsica de jazzPrograma musical especializado en jazz galego. Dirixe Xabier Facal.

12 Mar 2021

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The Edge is Booming! With Ben Schulman and Ray Brown.

Memphis Metropolis

The Edge district is known for its eclectic style, great old buildings, public art, and an unconventional street grid.  The neighborhood is home to restaurants, recording studios, artist and makers spaces, art galleries, a craft brewery, and more recently, corporate offices and residential units. This week, Ben Schulman, director of real estate for Memphis Medical District Collaborative, stops by to discuss how a combination of neighborhood history, pre-vitalization activities, support for emerging developers, and other strategies has contributed to a development boom that is transforming the area. Later in the show, urban designer and regular commentator Ray Brown reflects on The Edge's walkability and how its musical and automotive histories give the area a clear identity and are a magnet for visitors.  Memphis Medical District Collaborative


7 Mar 2021

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Rural Route Radio Mar 2, 2021 Ray Brown noted dairyman UK used to think the footpaths were a nuisance, now he is enhancing them past his farm

Trent Loos Podcast

Across the Pond version of Rural Route Radio as Andrew Henderson brings noted friend and dairymen from the UK Ray Brown on the air. Bidlea Farm has made a true mark in the dairy business by producing cows of true sustainability in the dairy business. Stop in with bottle and get a swig of whole milk. 


2 Mar 2021

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46. This Is Where We Are! w/ Shane Ray Brown, Attorney and Community Activist

What A Word!

My guest Mr. Shane Ray Brown is an Attorney and Community Activist. He serves the community and his local church through his private practice, church leadership and gifting as a singer and content creator. We discuss the hopes, strife and struggles of people of color and our church during the health and racial pandemic. Closing Word by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Follow Shane Ray Brown on Instagram @shanieb_mt; Facebook : Shane Ray ; Twitter @ShaneRay_MT--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whataword/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whataword/support

1hr 14mins

2 Feb 2021

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Ray Brown From Archibiz - The Business Basics Of Architecture

The Architecture Firm Marketing Podcast

Joining me on this episode from August 2020 is Ray Brown, a business mentor for architectural leaders and co-founder of Archibiz. Ray Brown has been a business coach and entrepreneur for over twenty-five years with a passion for helping architectural entrepreneurs find their potential by providing the fundamentals necessary to have and maintain a successful business. Join Ray and I as we break down the importance of concentrating on business basics and fundamentals to reach success. Ray explains how critical a mindset shift can be for architectural leaders to have a great business performance. Ray Brown also shares his free course that can help you develop the business fundamentals needed for your business success! Want to connect with Ray? Visit archibiz.com.au to learn more about his coaching services. Visit https://vanityprojects.com/ for more information about this interview plus dozens of other interviews with successful architects and consultants.


27 Jan 2021

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Building a City We Can All Afford. With Anna Holtzclaw, Alex Willis, and commentator Ray Brown.

Memphis Metropolis

Anna Holtzclaw from Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Alex Willis from Comcap Partners join Memphis Metropolis to discuss ULI's recent 21-day Equitable Development Challenge,  an opportunity for member and non-members to spend time both personally reflecting and in group discussions to identify real actions they can take individually, at their organizations, and as a community to address the inequities in the real estate industry.  Later in the program,  commentator (and explainer extraordinaire) Ray Brown discuss the Unified Development Code (UDC) for Memphis and Shelby  County and some proposed amendments that if adopted, could potentially reduce citizen input in planning decisions and lead to an increase in so-called "tall skinnies" in the Midtown area.  If you need a primer on the UDC as well as the difference between the Land Use Control Board and the Board of Adjustment, this is a discussion you won't want to miss.  Useful links: Event: ULI Memphis Building a City We Can All Afford - Session Four: Solutions for Memphis Information about proposed changes to the Unified Development Code


6 Nov 2020

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THE RAY BROWN TRIO: Life Lessons From The Bass Master

Jazz Voicings

Three of the most notable members of Ray Brown’s trio over the years—Jeff Hamilton, drums; Benny Green, piano; and Geoffrey Keezer, piano—talk with John Clayton, who had a deep musical and personal relationship with him, about playing, touring and learning with the bass master. The respect, admiration and affection they continue to have for Ray since his death in 2002 is obvious. When Benny Green says that the only downside to playing with Ray is that “this is as good as I gets,” they all emphatically agree. John Clayton, Artistic Director for Jazz Grammy-winning bassist/composer/conductor John Clayton has written and arranged music for Diana Krall, DeeDee Bridgewater, Natalie Cole, Milt Jackson, Nancy Wilson, McCoy Tyner, Quincy Jones, George Benson, Dr. John, Regina Carter and many others.     Among the many honors and awards he has received is a platinum record for his arrangement of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” performed by Whitney Houston during the Super Bowl in 1990. John won a Grammy as an arranger, and has eight additional nominations to his credit, most recently for his collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma on the cellist’s album Songs of Joy & Peace. Clayton has served as the musical director of several jazz festivals including the Sarasota Jazz Festival, the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival, the Santa Fe Jazz Party, and the Vail Jazz Workshop. He is a co-founder of the Grammy-nominated Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, which he co-leads with his brother, saxophonist  Jeff Clayton, and drummer Jeff Hamilton. John and his brother Jeff also co-lead the Clayton Brothers Quintet, which has been nominated for two Grammy awards. Jeff Hamilton, drums Versatile drummer Jeff Hamilton brings originality to every group he performs with, and it’s one of the things that makes him constantly in demand, whether for recording, performing with his trio, or co-leading the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra. In addition to his many recordings with Ray Brown, Jeff has been on nearly 200 recordings with artists such as Natalie Cole, Diana Krall, Milt Jackson, Rosemary Clooney, Barbara Streisand, Mel Torme, John Pizzarelli, and Benny Carter. Hamilton is a frequent guest of the WDR Big Band in Cologne, Germany. He also appeared in Natalie Cole’s Great Performances PBS special, Unforgettable, and an Oscar Peterson documentary, Life In The Key Of Oscar. Benny Green, piano Since emerging under the tutelage of Betty Carter, Art Blakey, Freddie Hubbard and Ray Brown in the early 1980s, Benny Green has become a highly regarded pianist and bandleader. Highlights from his career so far include beginning his touring life with Betty Carter for four years and realizing a lifelong dream of becoming a Jazz Messenger; In 1993 Oscar Peterson chose Benny as the first recipient of the City of Toronto’s Glen Gould International Protégé Prize in Music culminating in Oscar & Benny (1998); appearing on well over one hundred recordings, with legacy artists such as: Betty Carter (including Grammy award winner Look What I Got), Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Watson, Milt Jackson and Diana Krall. He is particularly featured in Ray Brown’s trio series of CD’s  Bass Face (1993), Don’t get Sassy (1994), Some of my best friends … (1994), Seven Steps to Heaven (1995), Super Bass (1996) and Live at Sculler’s (1996). Geoffrey Keezer, piano Geoffrey Keezer was holding down the piano chair for Art Blakey at 18 and touring in the company of Ray Brown, Joshua Redman, and Diana Krall in his twenties. Recently he has toured with Wayne Shorter, Dianne Reeves, and Sting, and produced and arranged three Grammy-nominated recordings with vocalist Denise Donatelli. His 2009 album Áurea was nominated for a Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album. His latest (2018) album On My Way to You is features his trio and guest vocalist, Gillian Margot. Keezer’s compositions have been commissioned by the Carnegie Hall Jazz Orchestra and Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, and his music can be heard in films and television shows.

1hr 29mins

19 Oct 2020

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Episode 29: The Family Business with Pastor Ray Brown and Pastor Michael Brown

Church Unfiltered with Dr. Anthony Cobbs

2 Brothers. 2 Pastors. 2 Thriving ministries in the same city.Pastors Ray Brown and Pas Michael Steve Brown are the senior pastors of dynamic churches in San Antonio, their hometown. Resurrection Church and TRUE VISION CHURCH both have two locations each, ministers to thousands of people, and are thriving even during a pandemic. This episode is a candid conversation on how these two brothers were able to defy the odds and build ministries in the city they grew up in and parallel to their sibling.


18 Oct 2020