Peter Hostrawser, Peter James, and Audrey Boyle, Co-Founders at Hallpass Education
Do you remember that moment you graduated high school? How scary (and exciting) was that?Suddenly, you’re an adult making decisions about your future.Like where to go to college (or if you should go). What career to pursue. What passions to follow.These are consequential decisions we’re expected to make but often aren’t prepared to.That’s where the team at Hallpass comes in. They work with students and adults in transitionary periods and coach them along their journey. And they’re here in this interview to share what this looks like and how school leaders can better equip students along their paths.Check it out.Where to Find Hallpass: https://getahallpass.com/
004: Audrey Boyle – Local food and living with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease
Audrey Boyle has an interest in the environment and eating sustainably. She explains how she sources her food so that she has a low carbon footprint. She was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and she uses a ketogenic diet to keep her inflammation low to improve her health.
Audrey Boyle. I could have talked to her all day! Let’s just say she had me at “hello”. 😊 Audrey Boyle believes the quickest way to common ground for people is laughter. She is grateful that people laugh when she delivers comedy through speaking engagements, blogs, sketch videos, and interviews. After stepping down as one of the youngest Vice Presidents for Home Depot at age 29, she became a college professor teaching personal branding and social media marketing. With a social media following of over 100k, her classes at Forbes Business School get as much hands-on experience and insider information as she can provide them. She is co-founder of an educational Think Tank, Hallpass Education, where she and her team are bridging the gap between academia and reality with innovative coursework.
What if there was a new way to learn? In this episode, Adam Torres and Audrey Boyle, Founder of Hallpass Education, discuss Audrey's recent launch of Hallpass Education. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast:https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/podcastguest
Episode 3: Storytelling and How to know your audience with Audrey Boyle
Meetings Done Right
Storytelling and How to know your audience With Audrey Boyle Guest Audrey Boyle: Comedian: Mom Funnies and college professor who teaches “Personal Branding and Social Media Marketing” at Forbes Business School. Inclusion Card: Rabbit Hole, Tangent Summary In this episode of Meetings Done Right, Audrey Boyle helps us discuss tangents. Sometimes tangents are helpful, because they help teams form connections, but often they prevent important topics from being discusses. How can you tell the difference? We'll talk about techniques for managing tangents both with and without the Inclusion Meeting Cards, and Audrey tells a somewhat cringe-inducing worst meeting story. Notes 02:13 - How to Tell Whether Someone is on a Good or Bad Tangent 05:16 - Brainstorming and Retrospectives 09:39 - Tangents and Remote Meetings 13:47 - Meeting Tip: Ask Open-Ended Questions and Setting the Foundation for “No Bad Answers” 14:49 - Good Meetings: Walking Meetings 15:24 - Bad Meetings: Not Setting an AgendaSpecial Guest: Audrey Boyle.
Audrey Boyle Associate Faculty-Lecturer at Forbes School of Business & Technology
Money Matters Top Tips with Adam Torres
Audrey Boyle Associate Faculty-Lecturer at Forbes School of Business & Technology is interviewed in this episode. Follow Adam on Instagram at Ask Adam Torres for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule. Apply to become a featured co-author in one of Adam's upcoming books: https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/coauthor --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneymatters/support
Audrey Boyle | The Open❤️Heart Collective | S2: EP016
The Open Heart Collective
We are back with an all-new Episode of The Open ❤️Heart Collective. Next up my special guest, Audrey Boyle.+EPISODE 032Audrey a comedian and uses motherhood to create what she calls “momedy” a funny mom perspective to life. She has a big social media following going live daily with interviews, monologues, and fun videos. After stepping down as one of the youngest Vice Presidents for Home Depot at age 29, she became a college professor teaching personal branding and social media marketing. She has built audiences from the ground up for professionals, entertainers, companies and entrepreneurs. Audrey is currently a Professor at Forbes Business School and Robert Morris University. She loves applying the classroom concepts in real life applications and helping students learn.+This was pre-recorded on October 12th, 2018+Follow Faye HERE:https://www.instagram.com/notaudreyboyle/ https://www.momfunnies.com/+Support this podcast and our mission to break the stigma around mental health. Support mental health organizations around the world via this link; https://anchor.fm/phillip-ryan-block+Thank you to everyone who continues to support this series, it truly means the world to me. Together we can #breakthestigma & #stopsuicide❤️--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-open-heart-collective/support
EP-7/ I talk with Audrey Boyle my 1st cousin talk about her life and family some storys / memories between us and up her coming jounerys
Guy on the couch - w/ Selase Botchway
We wrap over her life as a professor in Chicago, personal branding, family memories and personal journeys- From the basement of the Chicago home of my first cousin Audrey Boyle,- This is an original image of me and Audrey on a random family vacation- I love my sister