In Episode 6, Cam and I sit down with Dr. Sarah Cook to discuss her participation in the Ultra Interval Challenge, a 24 hour running challenge where participants complete a 10km run every 3 hours over a 24 hour period. Easy right? We discuss how the event went and the overall importance of balancing an active lifestyle with our ever increasing busy lives.
Soft Power, Disinformation, and Censorship featuring Sarah Cook
Olivia Enos interviews Sarah Cook on the Chinese Communist Party's use of soft power, disinformation, and censorship in its influence campaign. Sarah Cook is the Research Director for China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong at Freedom House and author of the Beijing's Global Megaphone report. Every year, Freedom House releases Global Freedom, Internet Freedom, and Democracy scores.Other Freedom House reports mentioned:Freedom in the World 2020Freedom on the Net 2020Freedom House's China Media Bulletin is a monthly bulletin on censorship, media freedom, and internet freedom issues related to the People's Republic of China, drawing on both English and Chinese-language sources. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I am joined by film journalist and filmmaker Sarah Cook for a very special bonus episode looking at Fincher’s career directing music videos. A prolific music video director, it was on this scene he made his entry, with his work on the likes of Vogue and Janie’s Got A Gun impacting the way he would direct his feature films. Having made dozens of music videos, Fincher has worked with the likes of Madonna, Michael Jackson, Rick Springfield, Justin Timberlake and more. Me and Sarah discuss some of our favourites and how they are clear indicators of not only Fincher’s talent behind the camera, but of the style of feature films he would later helm.
[SPINNING YARNS] 50. Sarah Cook - Who's paying for public education in remote Australia?
Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
In todays episode, I’m chatting with Sarah Cook, who not only manages a cattle station in the Northern Territory, but is the President of the NT Isolated Children's Parents' Association. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that after 12 years in this industry, I only recently learnt about the issue that we’re going to be talking about today – the cost of public primary school education in remote Australia. The government says public education will be free... but then why are so many families paying $50,000 per year on average to put their kids through primary school? We would love to hear your thoughts on today’s episode, so please head over to our Central Station podcast group and let us know what you think! *** This podcast series is sponsored by the legends at Pioneer Water Tanks. Designed for Australia’s harsh and demanding conditions, Pioneer Water Tanks are manufactured using strong and durable, fully recyclable 100% Australian Zincalume® or Colorbond® steel. Their range of tanks are available from 12,000 to 500,000 litres in our standard range or can be custom built up to 3.0 million litres. To protect your valuable water assets and access it where and when you need it, insist on Pioneer Water Tanks - available Australia wide. This episode is sponsored by Ariat Australia. Ariat® is for when you measure your day by acres, not hours. Find exactly what you need to go the distance at, www.Ariat.com.au. Experience the Ariat difference today.
Sarah Cook - Movement Zone Dance Studio II XtremeInc Youth Projects
Love thy Stranger
On this episode of LTS we talk with Sarah "Sas" Cook, the founder, Director of Movement Zone and XtremeInc Youth Projects who has utilised Dance as a conduit for creating spaces and communities of diversity and inclusion! Sass is, truly, a practitioner of hospitality, not just in and through her work as a Dance Teacher but in and through her entire life - Sass exudes hospitality - and it is brilliant!Sas grew up in Castlemaine and at an early age shone as a gymnast and dancer and after studying full time dance in Melbourne and after a car accident, she decided to return to her hometown and established Movement Zone.This passion for teaching was not only confined to the Dance Studio but has extended out into the community and evolved into producing different programs, choreographing works & events for youth, working with different organisations and thousands of young people in Schools all over Australia. In 2005 & 2006 Sarah headed to the Kimberly s, touring for a month at a time in remote Indigenous Communities training & choreographing for their annual Croc Festival.It was through Movement Zone that Sarah took part in the first To The Xtreme festival, showcasing dance, skating and music which has become an annual event that now includes scooters, parkour, BMX, street art, music, djing, circus performance and more. It was from this first event that inspired her to set up the organisation XtremeInc Youth Projects, back in 2009.Today as XtremeInc's and MZ Director, she continue's to work with young people in developing various programs and initiatives and, having built this in Castlemaine, her goal is to take this further around regional Victoria."I want to train others, to pass the torch, and ensure young people carry on this work. It s successful because it s happened organically. It hasn t come from government, but the community." Sas Cook.Web...Movement Zone Dance StudioXtremeInc Youth ProjectsInstagram...@movementzone@xtremeinc_youthFacebook...Movement ZoneXtremeInc Youth ProjectsFor the "Sass&Coz" playlist AKA "Recipe for Dance" Playlist check it out here:"Recipe for Dance" PlaylistLove thy Stranger is recorded on Wurundjeri land in the outer east of Naarm, that you will find on a map as Melbourne, Australia and we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation and we pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.Sovereignty was never ceded.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lovethystranger)
026. Body Image + Our Relationship With Alcohol With Sarah Cook
Modern Girl Podcast
In this episode, we sit down with: Sarah is a business coach, speaker, youtuber and blogger who is on a mission to encourage others to break free of any societal pressures and norms that we feel we need to adhere to and create our own rules for the life we know to be true for us. Sarah mixes both the strategic elements of business with the spiritual to help women define what success looks like for them, and create their unique path to get there. Sarah has been an entrepreneur for 8 years, (since she was in college!) and has been sober from alcohol for almost 2 years. What we talked about: Body and mind during puberty Healthy ways to love your body Relationships with food and family Healing emotional wounds Reconnecting with your body Alcoholism Emotional eating Addressing emotions and feelings "You have to create the new normal for yourself" SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES + WEBSITE: IG: @sarahrebeccacook Website: https://sarahcookcoaching.com/ Email: email@example.com Meet Your Host: Katelyn Parsons is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Intuitive Eating Specialist in San Diego, CA. She helps ambitious women heal their relationship with food and rebuild body trust from the inside out so that they can feel good in their skin without obsession. Beyond coaching & speaking, Katelyn enjoys exploring the world with her husband, long beach walks, and chatting over multiple cups of tea with friends. Ready to heal your relationship with food + body? Click HERE to book your Body Trust Breakthrough Call Click HERE to download your Food Freedom Guide
Here in Episode #78 Sarah starts our show with a Deming classic, reminding us that a bad process will always beat a good person; Sarah takes us through her career journey moving from the lab and into her current quality improvement role; and gives us an impromptu podcast tour of South Dakota; Sarah shares a moment of failure connected with her earliest improvement project; She walks us through her best practice approaches for building trust on her project teams; She tells what her most value-added tactic is for going to where the work is; Sarah shares her AHA moment connected with determining the cost of quality in healthcare; Provides her vision around getting executive leaders more involved with quality improvement initiatives; And the successes that she’s had with reaching out and connecting with past guests of the show as a way of adding to her personal and professional development. Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-cook-459b07a9/ Access Our Podcast LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12203005/ Visit Us Online: https://the-qcc.com/