In Natalie and Lori's continuing quest to find the best and brightest folks to populate their new society, this week they interview comedian Eric Wright ("No Idea" on vtcomedy.com). The three discuss whether The Princess Bride is overrated, the allure of tall people, and the social maneuvering of baby shower invitations. Listen now! Follow Eric on Instagram at https://instagram.com/fightforyourwrights ABOUT THE PODCAST: Natalie Miller and Lori Goldman are the foremothers of "Butt Canyon," a magical new utopia they're building from the ground up. In each episode of Settlers, Natalie and Lori interview one candidate who hopes to be the next resident of Butt Canyon. Will the foremothers admit them to this mythical paradise, or banish them to the undesirable "Grundle Gulch?" Subscribe and listen to find out! Artwork by Addison Billingsley. Theme by Brett Hughes. Visit http://vermontcomedyclub.com/podcasts for more Unicow Media productions. ******
Eric Wright is a web design developer at UCLA, founder & creator of Dreamsyte.com, & most importantly my cousin & good friend. Today he shares how he’s been balancing two jobs during this COVID season while taking a leap of faith to start his web design business because NOW is always the right time to do what you love.
For the episode #60 of the Puppet Podcast, we're speaking with Eric Wright who is the puppeteer behind Puppet Kitchen based in New York Area. Whether you’re looking for a giant spectacle, a curious creature, a magical reality, or just the impossible come to life, the Puppet Kitchen can make it happen. Since 2008, the Puppet Kitchen has brought designers, performers, fabricators, directors, and teachers together to enhance productions around the world and handle every facet of realizing extraordinary puppetry on the stage, screen, and in live activations. Led by NYC-based artist Eric Wright, the Puppet Kitchen has partnered with productions of every size to bring stories and their characters to life. #PuppetPodcast #Puppetshow #Puppetry #Puppeteer #EricWright #CaroBD #PuppetKitchen Learn more about him at : ✅YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/PuppetKitchen/ ✅FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/puppetkitchen ✅INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/puppetkitchen/ ✅TWITTER: https://twitter.com/puppetkitchen ✅WEBSITE: https://www.puppetkitchen.com/ ______________________________ 👉LEARN "How to create quality puppet mouth palates" with Swazzle. CLICK HERE : https://www.patreon.com/posts/august-7th-7pm-3-39716032 😃LEARN "How to get your first 1000 Youtube Subscribers": https://www.patreon.com/posts/how-to-get-your-38862175 ______________________________ Hosted by Caroline Bernier-Dionne (CaroBD) DID YOU SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON YET? Have a look:👉https://patreon.com/puppetpodcast LET'S CONNECT! ✅https://www.facebook.com/PuppetPodcast/ ✅https://www.instagram.com/puppetpodcast/ ✅https://www.linkedin.com/in/carobd/ ✅https://www.pinterest.ca/puppetpodcast/ ✅https://twitter.com/PodcastPuppet/ About the Puppet Podcast : I am actually touring the ice hockey arenas from the United States and Canada with a Cirque du Soleil show called "Axel" and I am the only puppeteer on ice of the show. The purpose of this podcast is to help the puppet art to become even more well known by the general public so that they understand more this very unique craft. YOU ARE VERY WELCOME TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/puppetpodcast
This episode is a memorial for my grandfather. Before he passed, he told Zach (From Ep.2) that he wanted me to discuss 3 things;1) Creme Brulee2) Eggs Benedict3) TarTareI also discuss beef bourguignon, it was a dish that he frequently talked about...
Episode 009 | Eric Wright - Making the Most of a 10-Year Prison Sentence (Addiction, Mistakes, Fitness, & Faith)
Ducks Fly Together
Today on DFT Ford is joined by Eric Wright who shares his story of addiction, incarceration, finding his faith, and falling into fitness. Listen to Eric compare and contrast his life before and after prison, and what he's doing to keep growing every day. Intro and warm up conversation (3:36). Boston Marathon qualifier (9:18). Training complications during covid (13:00). Eric started running during his incarceration (18:00). How Eric got into shape within prison (25:42). Quarantine isolation vs being in prison (33:31). Monotony and passing time while incarcerated (36:50). Does Eric feel like he wasted time earlier in life (42:39). Extrovert to introvert (44:37) Finding his faith (47:28). PART 2: Heading down the wrong path as a teenager (61:20). Validating your bad habits (63:14). Habits in his twenties (66:42). Partying prime (69:07). The impacts of Eric's habits on other people (70:10). Will he drive again (71:05). Advice for a 25 year old (112:15). Would he trade places with those affected most by his mistakes (77:04). DFT Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ducksflytogether.pod Ford's IG: https://www.instagram.com/ford_wright/
Baachu Talk - Episode 4 George Lilley, Managing Director, Eric Wright FM
Today's guest is George Lilley. George is Director of the Eric Wright Group and the Managing Director for Eric Wright FM. George is an experienced business leader with 30 years' experience within the FM industry. He gained extensive and diverse knowledge from fulfilling various roles within private and publicly owned companies, as well as running his own successful business. Eric Wright FM is a regional business based in the North West and the proud winner of IWFM's 2019 'IMPACT' award for society and social Value. George favourite pastime is walking his three Labradors – two of which he rehomed from The Dog's Trust in August 2019. He also enjoys cycling. Every year George challenges myself to undertake two long-distance (200+ mile) rides in the summer - although covid19 has put a hold on his external plans. George is also as retired FA Level 2 Junior Football Coach. In this truly inspirational episode we will discuss George's Early life and education First Job Entry and Experience in Maintenance sector Entrepreneur journey Wright FM and Social Impact Key achievements 3 things not many people know about him First reaction hearing Covid19 lockdown and subsequent approachAdaptation to new normal Advice to people wanting to pursue leadership career One thing he wish he had known early in his careerOne kind or thoughtful thing someone did to himKindest person he knowsBest piece of advice he has receivedBiggest lesson life has taught himFew Random Questions As a child, what did you wish to become when you grew up? What trait do you like the most about yourself?What was the best year of your life? Why?If you could be an Olympic athlete, in what sport would you compete? If you could go to the past or future, where would you stay and why?What’s something you’ve tried, that you’ll never, ever try again?Do you have a nickname?What would you do if you were the last person on this earth?What random stranger has had the biggest impact on your life? Name one thing that drives you crazy? Who is your best friend? Tell us about him/her?and more.. Key nuggets if you want to succeed make people life easier Study Night school and work day time Thursday clap small thing to do but the impact is massive Front line cleaning workers cannot operate with background cleaningI wanted to become nurse I like my energy, great to be energetic I am really happy with the present Every body works hard I wouldnt change a thing in my life Life is about enjoying people and stuff like that My best friend is my wife I like being quiet and keep low profile People with ability that do not apply themselves make me angry Money shouldnt be a driver for everything You have to keep your integrityKeep the family at home and I will move around for work - gives the kids more security We know we will never get this amount of time as family ever again Best way of handling growth is to promote within Cascading in crisis environment doesnt work, you need to be creativeThere is joy in being cold and being wrapped up Get to know George Lilley, one of the most socially conscious leader you will ever meet. https://www.ericwright.co.uk/divisions/facilities-management/
Making Career Transition Work (with Dr. Eric Wright from Vets2PM)
The Digital Project Manager Podcast
Whether you're moving in, out, or across project management, career transition can be incredibly difficult. Today, I'm joined by Eric Wright, military vet, doctor of business, keynote speaker, coach, and founder of Vets2PM and the Veteran Project Management Mentor Alliance. He met his fair share of career transition hurdles, so now he's helping others and talking about how other people can make more successful transitions in their careers. Support the show (https://thedigitalprojectmanager.com/membership/)
This is a special collaboration mini-series with Info-Tech Research Group co-hosted with Brian Jackson. Is it hard for a new CEO to transition both industry and role at the same time? That’s what Eric Wright, our guest in this episode, faced during his transfer from Info-Tech Research Group to LexisNexis Canada. Wright is Chief Executive […]