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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Watson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Watson, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Watson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Watson, often where they are interviewed.

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1316: How to Identify and Amplify Your Unique Story as a Thought Leader w/ Chris Watson

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In this episode we talk to Chris Watson, Story Strategist Watson Innovative Group.

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Aug 14 2020 · 46mins
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46: Chris Watson

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Master storyteller and Sales Rebellion member Chris Watson joins the podcast this week!

Follow him over on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-watson-storyteller/


00:00:00 - Introduction

00:01:10 - Life KPI’s & Satisfaction

00:10:46 - What Story Do You Life By?

00:19:34 - The ‘Thing’ We Do So Effortlessly

00:29:01 - Performance Language

00:36:32 - The Transitions of Life

00:48:33 - The Road Less Travelled

01:01:39 - The Two Golden Questions

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Jul 29 2020 · 1hr 17mins

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ESPN's Paul Carcaterra and NYSPHSAA Communications Director Chris Watson.

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NYSPHSAA Communications Director Chris Watson on the latest in high school sports, schedule changes, his whirlwind four months, his beloved Buffalo Bills, his media career, how his current gig is similar and different to working in TV and more, plus Quick Hits!  

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Jul 23 2020 · 47mins
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The Power of Your Unique Story - Chris Watson, Coach at The Sales Rebellion

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Brief summary of show:

Chris is a master story teller. He doesn't just craft a good story, he's passionate about helping other people discover their own unique story. He's a full time B2B Sales person and he's also a coach with The Sales Rebellion. He's authored a book to help anyone look deeply at their lives and own their own Story. He goes to some deep places on this podcast to help us all unlock our stories we haven't told, use our vulnerability as a super power, and create a space for people to become vulnerable with you.

Key Takeaways by Time!

  • How we reflect on the superpowers inside of us (2:28)
  • What's the story that people will tell about Chris Watson long from now when you're not here? (5:27)
  • Why the word potential is a myth (11:03)
  • How you compare you past, present, and future stories to grow (15:52)
  • How do you penetrate people who have their guards up? (20:00)
  • The Power of community (23:15)


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Jul 01 2020 · 52mins

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Travelling the globe from Antarctica to the North Pole with award winning sound recordist, Chris Watson.

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Chris shares sounds he's gathered from around the world with Mark and Euan.
May 20 2020 · 48mins
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'The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart' Finale Recap ft. Chris Watson and Bri Stauss

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Welcome to Episode 46 of A Beautiful Podcast to Fall in Love, TV Guide's unofficial Bachelor Nation show. This week, former The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise cast member Jacqueline Trumbull and TV Guide Reviews & Recommendations Editor Liam Mathews recap the finale of The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart.

They're joined by LTYH winners Chris Watson and Bri Stauss to talk about that very special night in February, what their relationship and lives have been like in quarantine, and their self-titled debut album Chris and Bri, which is now available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, or wherever you get your tunes. They wrote the album's original songs and recorded it during quarantine. They aren't engaged, but they're still together, and making beautiful music.

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May 19 2020 · 35mins
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Wildlife sound recordist and sound artist Chris Watson talks to Michael Berkeley about how his favourite music is inspired by the natural world.
Chris is most famous for his sound recordings for David Attenborough’s television series – for which he’s won BAFTAs – but he’s a musician too. A member of the influential post-punk band Cabaret Voltaire in the late 70s and early 80s, today he’s a sound artist and composer, creating installations around the world.

His 2003 release Weather Report, featuring soundscapes of a Kenyan savannah, a Highland glen, and an Icelandic glacier, was voted one of the 100 best albums to hear before you die by The Guardian, and has been described as ‘cinema for the ears’.

Chris’s mission in life is to make us stop what we’re doing and listen to the sounds of the natural world and this is reflected in his choices of music. We hear his own recording of a Sami calling to his ancestors across a Norwegian lake, and northern landscapes echoed in Sibelius’s symphonic poem Tapiola. And Chris chooses the music of multi-award-winning Icelandic film composer Hildur Guðnadottir, who worked with him to record the soundscape for the television series Chernobyl.

Chris tells Michael about the challenges of recording in cold and hostile environments for his many series with David Attenborough, and the pleasures of the year he spent recording the sounds around Aldeburgh for Benjamin Britten’s centenary, in 2013. We hear the magical combination of a recording he made of a nightingale in Britten’s garden paired with the Ciaconna from Britten’s Second Cello Suite.

Producer: Jane Greenwood
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Apr 12 2020 · 35mins
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Sunday Worship Service- Chris Watson

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Feb 09 2020 · 41mins
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Chris Watson (Part Two): If a podcast is recorded in a forest, and no one is around to hear it…

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This is the second part of the conversation with Chris Watson, following on from the recordings made during the dawn chorus. Chris is a legendary sound recordist and president of the Wildlife Sound Recording Society. He’s worked on a whole host of documentaries, including David Attenborough’s Life of Birds, talks about the time in his band, Cabaret Voltaire, and how he has since collaborated with the likes of Bjork and beyond. His passion for music and nature are brought together as he guides us through these moments, including his attempt to capture, in 18 minutes, the 10,000-year journey of a piece of ice sliding down the side of a glacier, the sound of a cheetah purring, and the song of the blue whale.

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Aug 21 2019 · 59mins
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Chris Watson (Part One): The winds catching the conifers – and the secrets of the dawn chorus

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Chris Watson is the president of the Wildlife Sound Recording Society. He’s worked on a range of television and radio documentaries, alongside the likes of Sir David Attenborough. In this serene example of ‘slow radio’, Chris takes David to Stonehaugh, part of the Kielder Forest, in the early hours of the morning. As he sets up his microphones, he explains what goes into capturing each intricate sound. The pair relax as they listen to the epic build up of the dawn chorus, beginning with the night wind rushing through the conifers, and only a tawny owl or two for company. As the soundscape crescendos, the sounds of wrens, nuthatches, chiffchaffs, mistle thrushes, deviously bullish robins and even roe deer begin to break through. 100 meters away from the hidden microphones, Chris and David bathe in the “sound of a place where we can never be”.

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Aug 20 2019 · 47mins