In this first episode of Various Others Stories, Moritz Gaudlitz kicks off the 2021 edition of VARIOUS OTHERS with speaking to Stephanie Weber, curator for contemporary art at Lenbachhaus München, about the museum's current exhibition of Michaela Eichwald.
Episode 3: Superest Superstition with Stephanie Weber
You're in luck! This week, we battled it out with Stephanie Weber -- a hilarious Chicago-based comedian and author of Nothing Nice to Say -- to find out which superstition was the superest! From black cats to broken mirrors, we went deep into the good and bad superstitions that have cursed and blessed us throughout our lives, while narrowing down the field of eight to the one Superest Superstition!
Ep #8 - Dr. Stephanie Weber on Membraneless Organelles, Research in Canada, and Cultivating Mental Health
The Soft Matter Show
Hello Soft Matter People! Welcome to another episode of The Soft Matter Show. Our today's guest is Dr. Stephanie Weber (https://www.linkedin.com/in/steph-weber-33790995/). Steph is a professor of Biology at the McGill University, Canada. This conversation covers a wide range of topics starting from mental health to membraneless organelles. Steph shared her thoughts on the contrasts between the research systems of Canada and the United States. And how she overcome mental stress and persisted in academia. Later, Steph provided a summary of what to know about membraneless organelles also known as condensates. Towards the end, we explored Weber lab’s new research directions in the field of bacterial condensates and much more. Read more: Dr. Stephanie Weber https://weberlab.ca/ E-mail: email@example.com Amal Narayanan https://www.thesoftmattershow.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Host, Mark Geary, talks to comedian and writer Stephanie Weber about cartoon skeletons, over-the-top explosions and background actors in films who refuse to stay in the background. Stephanie's debut novel, Nothing Nice to Say, is available on Weasel Press. To see more of Stephanie's work, go to stephanieweberwrites.com For links to things discussed go to youthinkthatsfunnypodcast.com Our theme music is Exotica courtesy of Juanitos. Listen on Amazon Prime / Audible
This week I talked with Chicago writer and comedian Stephanie Weber. Stephanie told me about the time her doctor sent her on a wild goose chase after she went to get her IUD removed and they had “lost it.” Stephanie’s first novel Nothing Nice To Say is coming out soon. In the meantime, find her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steph_eloise Our live story comes from singer-songwriter Emma Grace. Emma told a story about the time she shit her pants at Aldi. Check out more from Emma here: https://www.instagram.com/emma_gracesingsThe Ladylike Podcast is produced by Gena Gephart:https://www.instagram.com/genagephartTheme song is Type of Wound by Natalie Grace Alford:https://nataliegracealford1.bandcamp.comFollow Ladylike:https://www.facebook.com/ladylikechicago https://www.instagram.com/ladylikechicago https://twitter.com/ladylikechicagoContact us: email@example.com
This week I called Nour Hadidi in Toronto to talk about the time she shit her pants. Nour is a former writer for the Canadian comedy series This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Check her out doing standup in the park on her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nourhadidi Our live story is from Chicago comic Stephanie Weber who told the crowd about the time she got a staph infection all over her legs. Stephanie is a writer for Mr. Skin and a cast member at the Lincoln Lodge. Follow her here: https://www.instagram.com/steph_eloiseThe Ladylike Podcast is produced by Gena Gephart:https://www.instagram.com/genagephartTheme song is Type of Wound by Natalie Grace Alford:https://nataliegracealford1.bandcamp.comFollow Ladylike:https://www.facebook.com/ladylikechicago https://www.instagram.com/ladylikechicago https://twitter.com/ladylikechicagoContact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hilarious stand up comedian and dear dear friend Stephanie Weber joins Deanna to talk about their late night trip to a club to see The Backstreet Boys. Nick Carter is still our fire and one desire as we get into crushes from our past and crushes from across the pond. Check out Steph's website: https://www.stephanieweberwrites.com/ ...and follow her on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steph_eloise Twitter: https://twitter.com/steph_eloise Follow Deanna on her socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deannaortiz_/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/deannaortiz_ ...and check out her website: Deannaortiz.com Thanks to Natalie Grace Alford for the bangin' intro music https://nataliegracealford1.bandcamp.com/ & Thanks to Meredith Kachel for our beautiful album art https://www.meredithkachel.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week I had a chat with Chicago comic Stephanie Weber. Stephanie told me the story of when she got shitfaced at a wedding in the woods and threw up fifteen smores. Stephanie produces Chicago Underground Comedy and is a cast member at the Lincoln Lodge. Follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/steph_eloise Our live story is from Michelle Spies. Michelle told the story of a nasty bout of food poisoning after dining at her favorite novelty restaurant: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Michelle is a contributor to The Onion and Clickhole. Find her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/spies_pleaseThe Ladylike Podcast is produced by Gena Gephart:https://www.instagram.com/genagephartTheme song is Type of Wound by Natalie Grace Alford:https://nataliegracealford1.bandcamp.comFollow Ladylike:https://www.facebook.com/ladylikechicago https://www.instagram.com/ladylikechicago https://twitter.com/ladylikechicagoContact us: email@example.com
Ep. 11 - Running an Outsource Acquisition Company and Cold Calling Tips with Stephanie Weber
Impact Real Estate Podcast
We have Stephanie Weber with us on the podcast this week, and in this episode, we talk about how you can get great results from cold calls, her morning routines and habits, how an outsource acquisition company works and finding your passion in real estate. Stephanie is a principal of the Institutional Advisory Group (IAG) at Advisors Commercial Real Estate. The Institutional Advisory Group (IAG) sources off-market opportunities for REITS, Pension, Private Equity and Real Estate Funds nationwide. The group has a dedicated call center, which employs licensed real estate brokers to cold call on behalf of its clients.She graduated from the University of Vermont with degrees in Anthropology and Italian Studies and currently resides in New York City where IAG is headquartered.QUOTES“I’m a big believer that you have to take responsibility and ownership over your life and your path. So if I’m not going to advocate for myself, who else is?”“Once my job became somewhat part of my lifestyle, it made it so much easier.”STEPHANIE’S RECOMMENDATIONSThe Best Place to Work by Ron Friedman (book)CONNECT WITH STEPHANIEStephanie Weber (LinkedIn)SHOW NOTES[0:01:09.4] Getting to know Stephanie and her company[0:02:57.6] Pursuing a real estate career[0:04:32.3] Taking responsibility over her career choices[0:04:52.9] How Stephanie got into the outsource acquisition company[0:06:50.6] Working as an assistant for a broker, getting a license and meeting her business partner[0:07:46.6] Stephanie’s pitch for cold calls[0:08:09.5] How to get good results from cold calls[0:10:23.9] Overcoming the fear of talking to strangers and networking[0:12:28.6] How Stephanie and Mickey met[0:13:28.6] How an outsource acquisition company works[0:16:27.8] Stephanie’s morning routines and productivity tips[0:18:04.1] Incorporating work into your lifestyle[0:19:27.5] Stephanie’s mentor[0:20:20.1] Advice for people who want to get into real estate[0:21:53.4] Stephanie’s reading list