Vermont Author and former WTB Co-Host Gary Miller, whose new nonfiction book for students and their teachers is There's No Way to Do It Wrong!: How to Get Young Learners to Take Risks, Tell Stories, Share Opinions, and Fall in Love with Writing. Gary generously offered us one of his many writing prompts to use for a Write the Book Prompt today. And that prompt is to begin with the sentence, “They told me, but of course I didn’t listen.” See where it takes you. Write for seven minutes. And there is no way to do it wrong! Good luck with your work in the coming week and please tune in next week for another prompt or suggestion. Music Credit: Aaron Shapiro 697
Dr. Gary Miller, The University of Akron: Post-pandemic Urban Higher Education- The new meaning of place
Akron Roundtable Podcast
Presentation: President Miller will explore the vast changes in how urban research universities like The University of Akron are confronting past assumptions, reevaluating strategy and mission and thinking about what campus and city mean for the future. His remarks will include a preview of new approaches and new expectations at UA. Speaker: Gary L. Miller was appointed by The University of Akron Board of Trustees on Aug. 14, 2019 to serve as the 18th president of University. His tenure began Oct. 1, 2019. Dr. Miller has served as an institutional leader and consensus builder at public universities in several regions of the country. In addition to more than two decades of senior higher-education leadership, Miller also has first-hand experience as a researcher and teacher. Find the full speaker bio and event video here: https://bit.ly/3rMcga5
Gary Miller - Selling Your Company and Selling Your Career
HIRED! The Podcast With Travis Miller
Join Travis and Gary Miller as they discuss the world of work, why talent acquisition is really a sales job, the absolute best question to ask a candidate, how candidates can take control of an interview, and the future of robotics in automation and how they will affect the workforce of the future.
What sacrifices have you made for the Lord? What persecution have you endured? What are you willing to endure? In today's episode, Adam and Tanner welcome guest Gary Miller, host of The Narrow Gate podcast and a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Before joining, Gary was a Baptist preacher with a fire in his belly and a sincere desire to find and follow his Savior - which led him to discovering the Book of Mormon and ultimately abandoning his identity to be baptized into the Restored Church. Gary has taken his fair share of hits and persecution for this decision and offers a ton of insight on how to handle it with dignity.
From Baptist Preacher to Latter-day Saint | An Interview with Gary Miller
Leading Saints Podcast
Gary Miller hosts the Narrow Gate Podcast, "what happens when a hellfire preaching Independent Fundamental Baptist discovers the Book of Mormon and becomes a Latter-day Saint." A former preacher/pastor, he served in the military and studied at Liberty Theological Seminary and Graduate School. He works in sales and marketing.Highlights5:00 Gary's pathway to conversion from a Baptist preacher to a Latter-day Saint8:10 Always interested in hearing things out14:25 Discovering additional scripture in the Book of Mormon: the Gospel in hi-def 4k18:25 Facing down and wrestling with the cultural change and his own identity28:07 God's pathways can appear impossible32:00 From the full court press to post-baptism follow up: what does this person bring? Are we truly connecting with the person in the pew?40:40 How do you bring people together outside of the confines of Sunday morning?47:00 Connecting to people through ministering52:30 How do we engage better as ministers? Fight for the feedback56:15 Finding informal ways to connect and you will eventually be able to have the important conversations that otherwise would not happen1:01:00 The process of becoming a Baptist minister1:03:30 What happens when someone takes interest in leading, and how this compares1:07:00 Paul to the Corinthians: different gifts1:12:00 A desire to lead is the reason to create opportunities to minister and have an impact1:15:25 If you feel you don't have influence, what can you do?1:19:10 How can we reconcile the discomfort of accepting the grace built into the plan of salvation?1:21:30 When we are operating in grace, we can start working to become like Jesus, and we can extend that grace to others1:24:20 How do you lead from the standpoint of grace?1:28:50 Part of leadership is setting the example, which drives us to get closer to ChristLinkshttp://www.narrowgatepodcast.comRead the TRANSCRIPT of this podcastThis transcript was machine-produced and only partially corrected. We would be grateful for help correcting errors. You can help! Simply copy/paste the transcript text into a document, make the corrections, and then copy/paste the corrected text into a comment on the page (below) and we will get the corrected text published!
Businessman AND Actor - Gary Miller! Sharing some stories from movies and TV and life!
During the Break
I caught up with local businessman Gary Miller, who has some great stories about his time on movie sets and on-screen experiences! Gary has been on-set like Avengers: End Game, 42, Murder Chose Me, First Man, Sully, In Dubious Battle, and more! With actors like Harrison Ford, Queen Latifah, Robert Duvall, Jennifer Lawrence, and Will Farrell! The directing differences of Clint Eastwood, Brian Helgeland, and Ang Lee. Good stuff – interesting life – great guy! Listen to all my conversations:During the Break podcast on Apple and all podcast platforms!www.dayfirepodcast.com www.marketingmixradio.com If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends, and check out the website duringthebreakpodcast.com Please consider supporting the podCast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
Gary Miller just raised the bar. If you are in a senior leadership role, young sales professional, entrepreneur or recruiter, you need to hear Gary's story. I had to take notes, the nuggets of wisdom were coming at me too quickly. How Gary landed his first sales job is a lesson perseverance and how to ask for the order. His growth and path to leadership and ultimately as a business owner is paved with humility, a thirst for knowledge and a rare ability to listen. Gary is a leader, a mentor, a wonderful husband and father. Listen, learn and then go improve your skills in each area - but the bar is high :-).Key Takeaways for Leaders and Entrepreneurs:How to think on your feet and turn a disadvantage into an advantage - Who's taking Skip's place?The art of learning - Gary consistently seeks knowledge to better himself and his companyServant leadership - Gary leads by example, puts his employees first and recognizes his team for their success, not hisSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/eating-crow. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.