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Elizabeth Cook

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Elizabeth Cook: Coolest Conversation 11.22.21

Little Steven's Underground Garage - Coolest Conversations

The Mighty Manfred’s guest this week is Elizabeth Cook, singer, songwriter and DJ on our sister station Outlaw Country Siriusxm 60. She tells us about her life in the music business, growing up in a musical family and voicing Tammi on Adult Swim’s Squidbillies.Her song “Thick Georgia Woman” is our Coolest Song in the World this week! Join Mighty Manfred and Elizabeth Cook in this week’s Coolest Conversation, presented by Hard Rock

35mins

22 Nov 2021

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Elizabeth Cook | Jack of All Trades, Master of None

Americana Podcast

We’ve all heard the common phrase “a master of none” in reference to an individual who is seemingly versatile, flexible, and knowledgeable in their pursuits. Regardless of what they are. We’re not surprised when an artist is an avid reader nor are we shocked when a mathematician takes an interest in subjects like music. The term “master of none” alone, suggests that having multiple interests and being good at them is part of the deal. In today’s vernacular a “master of none” is good at most things but not great at all things. The full phrase though, I feel is of more worth which is “a jack of all trades, a master of none, but often times better than master of none”- in which it is suggested that those who master one task to its fullest extent would be the optimums example. But those who take no opportunity to master anything are below that standard. The value, lies in versatility. A jack of all trades is inherently more valuable than a master of one. And that is because a jack of all trades is able to provide an example for the payoff of multiple skills. We’re fortunate to be working in a genre that encourages a “master of none” premise if you will. It is not an infrequent occurrence to see artists working within in Americana to be delving into multiple projects outside of music itself.  Our guest today is a master of none. Elizabeth Cook was born in 1972, and is the 11th out of 12 children and released her first album in 2000. Since then she has made over 400 Opry debuts, hosts a radio show in addition to a fishing show, voices an ongoing character on the show Squidbillies and just always seems to be on the run to her next gig… whatever it may be.  So join us today as our host Robert Earl Keen speaks with Elizabeth about her busy schedule, her songwriting, and maybe some interview tips. 

58mins

3 Jul 2021

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Lipedema and Nordic Walking with Elizabeth Cook

Walking On Air

In episode 15, I talk to Elizabeth Cook about Lipedema.  I taught Liz how to Nordic Walk and since we first met, she has educated me about lipodema, as she herself has this condition.    Lipedema is a condition that does not get much publicity and therefore, there is very little awareness about it.  Our conversation starts with Liz explaining exactly what lipedema is, and how it affects sufferers and impacts their lives.  Later on, we discuss how Nordic walking has helped Liz improve her health and how it could help many more women.If you have enjoyed this podcast, I would be very grateful if you could show your support by buying me a coffee!  This enables me to continue producing these podcasts, as it will go towards covering the server and podcast platform licenses.   Not only is Nordic Walking a whole body workout, but it is also one of the safest and most sociable way to exercise.  Classes always finish up in a cafe enjoying a coffee together. Many thanks, Mary xI'm Mary Tweed, a British Nordic Walking instructor with Nordic Walking East Anglia. If you wish to share your story, do get in touch by emailing hello@walkingonairpodcast.co.ukMore on Lipodemahttps://www.lipoedema.co.uk/https://www.talklipoedema.org/https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-0560.2009.01256.xNordic Walking Researchhttps://britishnordicwalking.org.uk/pages/nordic-walking-research#NordicWalking #WeAreNordicWalking #BritNW #BritishNordicWalking #INWA #NordicWalkingEastAnglia #onwf #nordicwalkinguk #walx #nordicwalkingaustralia #nordixx #urbanpoling #ANWA #anwaUSA #nordicwalkingnewzealand #nordicpolewalking #nordicpolewalkingnovascotia #nordicacademy #polewalking #lekipoles #exelpoles #fitnesswalking #skiwalking #polewalking #wellbeing #fitness #greatoutdoors  #greengym #mentalhealth #mentalwellbeing #cancer #menopossibilities #weightloss #posture #countrywalking #countrywalks #breastcancer #countrywalkingwalks1000miles #countrywalking1000miles #countrywalker #useitorloseit #britishoutdoors #exerciseoutdoors #exerciseoutside #activeageing #nutritiousmovement  #exerciseanywhere  #BetterHealth #GreatOutdoors #fitnessforallages #exercisetogether #walkwithease #lipedemaSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/walkingonair)

30mins

23 Jun 2021

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Scaling up in a tech company? with Richard Smaldone and Elizabeth Cook

The Data Standard

The perils of running a startup are often talked about, whether it’s trying to secure funding, marshaling the tech you need, or establishing your go-to-market strategy - but no company can remain a startup forever. Eventually, every startup needs to try and grow beyond its current stage, undertaking the difficult journey to scale its operation without falling apart at the seams.In many ways, the scale-up stage is the ‘tricky second album’ of corporate operations and is fraught with new and distinct pitfalls than those faced by founders in the early days of a company’s lifecycle. This week, we’re joined by Richard Smaldonet and Elizabeth Cook, to discuss how companies can effectively meet the challenges of becoming a scale-up.Richard Smaldonehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-cook-444ba7b/Elizabeth Cookhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/rsmaldone/The Data Standardhttps://datastandard.io/https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-data-standard/

18mins

13 Jun 2021

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S. Elizabeth Cook (Poet and Author of Yellow Light)

Indie Know

S. Elizabeth Cook is a true romantic and poet native to Kentucky. Stumbling from coffee shop to tavern, to the edge of boulders and shorelines, she scribbles poems and haikus on napkins and forgotten scraps of paper. S. Elizabeth began her poetic journey by posting photographs of her works on social media, and continues a daily haiku project. Website: selizabethpoetry.org Publisher: Olympia Publishers Instagram: @s.elizabethcook Purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Yellow-Light-S-Cook/dp/1788307666/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=8-1 Book Blurb: Yellow Light is the third work from Kentuckian, S. Elizabeth Cook’s ‘arsenal’ and is an expression of lament and heartbreak, but also of love, strength and perseverance. To borrow her own phrase, S. Elizabeth knows all too well ‘the beauty in heartache and the deflating pain of love’, but she believes ‘you must fall and let it hurt’. Only through pain and experience, can one truly heal, grow and flourish. Yellow Light is a journey of such woes, but it is all an account of courage to stay strong and true, and of love and hope, and passion. Yellow Light is for all whose own path has darkened and yearn for something bright. Indie Know is hosted by author and creative, Lane Northcutt. Lane is the author of The Delivery Co. series. If you would like to get Lane's books, be a guest on the podcast, or just want to know more about Lane, you can find all that and more here.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indieknow/support

41mins

24 May 2021

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Elizabeth Cook

Salute the Songbird with Maggie Rose

In this special episode of Salute the Songbird singer, songwriter and radio host Elizabeth Cook joins Maggie for a live episode. Elizabeth and Maggie discuss Elizabeth’s journey as a country singer in Nashville, how she turned adversity into songwriting inspiration, and what it’s like to perform at The Grand Ole Opry over 400 times.Elizabeth Cook has lived the country music lifestyle since she was a toddler. Her mother was a "hillbilly singer” from West Virginia, and her father was a moonshiner who played upright bass in a prison band. Cook began her musical career with The Blue Album in 2000, and was picked up by Atlantic Records for her 2002 release, Hey Y'all. She eventually requested to be released from the label so that she could stay true to her artistic agenda, and did exactly that, going on to release 5 stellar studio albums since she left Atlantic.  CREDITSSalute the Songbird is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted by Maggie Rose. Produced by Austin Marshall, Maggie Rose, Kirsten Cluthe and Brad Stratton. Production assistance by Revoice Media and Matt Bavuso. Music by Maggie Rose. Show logo by Premier Music Group.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42mins

27 Apr 2021

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The Converse Cowboy Elizabeth Cook

The Converse Cowboy Podcast

On this episode of the Converse Cowboy, I talk to Elizabeth Cook, an American country music singer and radio host. Elizabeth's has been described by The New York Times "a sharp and surprising country singer" and an "idiosyncratic traditionalist". She and I discuss how he began his music career, how she's overcoming the difficulties, as well as mindset and philosophy as it relates to her process in writing and performing music.

1hr 14mins

25 Feb 2021

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123: Leverage the Team You Have with Tiffanie Jordan & Elizabeth Cook

Stacking Your Team: Growing Teams and Team Building for Female Entrepreneurs | Women in Business | Small Business Owners

Elizabeth Cook, our Accountability Coach for our Six Figures Lab group and Tiffanie Jordan, our Operations Leader at BizChix, join Shelli for a discussion about shifting roles. Elizabeth and Tiffanie share their journey about how their roles have evolved from new hires to present day. At BizChix we are focused on leveraging the skills and interests of our team members offering new responsibilities as the team member and the business grows. Join the BizChix Community Connect With Elizabeth Cook: LinkedIn Facebook Stacking Your Team Episodes Mentioned: Episode 95: How an Executive Assistant Can Save You Time Work with Us: Programs Overview VIP Day One:One Coaching Leadership Lab Six Figures Lab This podcast was first published on BizChix.com/syt-123. Listen to our sister podcast, BizChix, on your app or at BizChix.com. 

47mins

1 Sep 2020

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899: June New Music - Neil Young, Momma, Elizabeth Cook, Sault and More

Rockin' the Suburbs

Listeners Steven Routledge and Vasant Ramamurthy share their new music picks from June. Steven goes with Neil Young, Elizabeth Cook, Panopticon, Ebonivory and Momma. Vasant also likes Momma, as well as Sault. Episode editor: Samantha Reed Become a Rockin' the Suburbs patron - support the show and get bonus content - at Patreon.com/suburbspod Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/review the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and share it with your friends. Visit our website at SuburbsPod.com Email Jim & Patrick at rock@suburbspod.com Follow us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @suburbspod If you're glad or sad or high, call the Suburban Party Line — 612-440-1984. Theme music by Quartjar. Visit quartjar42.com (c) 2020, Artie S. Industries LLC

25mins

13 Jul 2020

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S2E49: Reflective Awareness Strategies with Elizabeth Cook

Run Lift Mom

Full show notes can be found at: https://runliftmompod.com/reflective-awareness-strategies-with-elizabeth-cook/  Time based notes: 3:00 becoming a Mom young and path to career change; how Elizabethh (Lizzie!) became a life and holistic health coach alongside an Engineering career 5:00 Societal pressure of having it all immediately. Desire for both success and peace specifically with Moms. Why do we have trouble achieving this? 9:00 3 D’s and awareness of time of day when you are most productive. The busier you are, the tighter your organization needs to be for productivity 11:00 Responses to pressure for “leveling up” 13:00 Tactical exercises for reflective awareness with mindset 15:00 abundance thinking versus scarcity thinking. How does this help us achieve both success and peace? Growth Mindset book takeaways 18:00 What it’s like to parent such different ages at the same time 20:00 coaching services provide working Moms with the tools and mindset to make positive and lasting changes in their lives 23:00 rapid fire questions Let's go deep:  Want to connect with me further? Connect with me on Instagram or YouTube and reach out! https://instagram.com/runliftmompod.com https://youtube.com/runliftmom Want to work together? Here's how we can do that! ZYIA Active brand rep 1:1 podcast consulting services  https//runliftmompod.com/contact This podcast is sponsored by: ZYIA Active  Run Lift Mom training plans HelloWoofy Red H Nutrition (use RUNLIFTMOM to save 15% on anything) Audible Support my new show "Serve then Sell" by sharing with a direct seller www.servethensell.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runliftmom/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/runliftmom/support

29mins

7 Jul 2020

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