It’s Forgiveness Friday!!! Tune in to hear forgiveness stories from everyday people like you and me. We all have experiences of giving and receiving forgiveness. Sharing them can support someone else on their path to understanding forgiveness. *Forgiveness Stories may contain sensitive topics and language. Please monitor if you are susceptible to being triggered or listening with young people*THIS WEEK:Chris Colbert the CEO of DCP Entertainment, (a podcast and video company that gives a platform to marginalized communities), shares his forgiveness story from a past romantic relationship. If you would like to reach out to Chris please see the links below. Chris Colbert Instagram: @chriscolbertreporthttps://instagram.com/chriscolbertreport?igshid=1e0hhufdr2ukhStay Blessed and Remember... You too can be forgiven.Please Bless Us by leaving a 5 Star Review Buy The Forgiven Merch:Shop – The Forgiven PodcastVisit our Website:The Forgiven Podcast – Bible Scandals RetoldFollow Us On Instagram:https://instagram.com/theforgivenpodcast?igshid=15ol0f5dkwd49Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/theforgiven)
Undefeated WBA Interim World Super Featherweight Champion Chris “Prime Time” Colbert is on fire this week on The PBC Podcast. Colbert talks about his new restaurant, Prime Time Chicken in New Jersey, his desire to silence Xavier Martinez and a future bout versus Gervonta “Tank” Davis. Also, we look back at last weekend’s action, including the return of Adrien Broner, look ahead to FOX PBC Fight Night this Saturday and much more! For show notes and more info, click here: https://www.premierboxingchampions.com/podcast
Chris Colbert built and ran several domestic and international companies focused on innovation and business optimization. After guiding a bold revamp of Scholastic’s core publishing business and its return to positive growth, he left in early 2014 to explore the world of higher education and innovations that might help improve its value. He eventually joined the Harvard Innovation Labs, where he ended up as the Managing Director until May 2019. Since then, he focused on speaking, writing, and consulting as a means of helping countries, companies, and individuals respond to the ever-accelerating pace of change by establishing more adaptive and competitive capacities and cultures that are centered on realizing their full human potential. In today's episode, Chris talks with me about what happens when we shift into being more intimate with ourselves. Chris shares some of the "acceptable" rock bottoms he experienced that forced him to realize he needed to change. We discuss how social media has created a validation complex within our society. Chris also talks about how he wants to run for president but is not interested in actually winning. “Knowing who you are allows us to know other people. Loving who you are allows us to love other people. Understanding your dark and light allows us to accept the dark and light of other people.” – Chris Colbert This week on Shift-Starters: How Chris ended up giving his “Technology is Dead” speech in front of 60,000 people Understanding why humans hate change and how this affects innovation The unintended consequences of innovation like social media Asking yourself to contemplate your behavior when you seek validation Chris’s one regret in his life The acceptable rock bottoms Chris experienced to realize he needed to make a shift Our capacity to choose courage over fear How self-love actually helps draw people closer to you What you can do to work on loving yourself more How fear leads us to seek out validation Why Chris wants to run, but not actually be president Mentioned Resources: The 5 Regrets of Dying People Connect with Chris Colbert: Website Technology is Dead Speech Book: This Is It, by Chris Colbert Podcast: Insert:Human Connect with Chris on Instagram Connect with Chris on LinkedIn Connect with Chris on Twitter Let’s Start Some Shift! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of Shift-Starters with Erin Baker. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more Shift-Starters, like you. Join me on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. For more exclusive content, information, and to request your FREE 7 Questions for Tackling Fear workbook, visit my website.
The police violence crisis is a saga with many tragedies. There’s many names we know but there’s many names we don’t know.. Say Their Name is a powerful new podcast docuseries that digs into many of the names and stories you haven’t heard and talks to the family and takes you inside the stories of this crisis in a way you haven’t before seen. We talk to the executive producer of the series Chris Colbert. Patreon.com/toureshow Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure Newsletter: blackmindsmatter.substack.com Toure Show Ep 191 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Woodhall Photographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta Covington Booker: Claudia Jean The House: DCP Entertainment See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 91 features Chris Colbert, the CEO of DCP Entertainment, which just launched a new show titled "Say Their Name". We talk about that podcast a lot in this episode, let me first tell you about Chris. He began his career in audio production over a decade ago as an intern and consultant for Sirius Satellite Radio (now SiriusXM Radio). While simultaneously earning his degree from Seton Hall University, he helped create Oscar and Grammy award winner Jamie Foxx’s comedy and music channel “The Foxxhole.”Upon successful completion and tremendous success with “The Foxxhole,” Chris joined SiriusXM full time and helped create “Carlin’s Corner”, a 24/7 George Carlin comedy channel, and “Que Funny”, SiriusXM’s only bilingual Latino comedy channel. He also oversaw programming and operations for “Urban View” and “Blue Collar Radio” (now “Jeff & Larry’s Comedy Roundup”). In addition to SiriusXM’s permanent stations, Chris also worked on pop-up channels such as “Richard Pryor Radio”, “Star Wars Radio”, “Comic Con Radio”, and “E3 Radio.”As Director of Urban Talk and Comedy for SiriusXM, Chris worked on several audio documentaries. These documentaries provided his transition to the role of Vice President of Programming for Cadence13 (formerly DGital Media). While at Cadence13, he oversaw all documentary projects and produced top podcasts such as “Cover Up”, “Origins”, “What Really Happened”, and “Majority 54.”Having worked with names like Jamie Foxx, Touré, James Andrew Miller, Joy-Ann Reid, Zak Levitt, Andrew Jenks, Joe Madison, ESSENCE, PEOPLE, Crooked Media, Sports Illustrated, WME, and the United Negro College Fund, Chris specializes in media partnerships and content development.With a passion for connecting audiences with innovative and inspiring content, Chris founded DCP Entertainment; a place to bring together audio and visual storytelling that highlight underrepresented communities and conversations.We talked a lot about mental health in this episode. We covered DCP's new podcast "Say Their Name" as well, which was a significant part of my wanting to talk with Chris in the first place. Say Their Name talks with loved ones of the victims of either police brutality or senseless killing at the hands of other civilians. Chris talks about how he realized in 2018 that he wanted to do something that honored the lives that were being lost unnecessarily.DCP Entertainment is your destination for the underrepresented voice, sharing stories you won’t find anywhere else. Giving a platform to people of color, women, and LGBTQ+ communities, as well as highlighting stories around mental health, disability, and overcoming adversity, DCP presents stories that we can all relate to. With a focus on improving the world around us, DCP’s podcast and video series go beyond entertainment and provide perspectives and lessons that can create positive movements.DCP Entertainment's Podcasts include: “Democracy-ish,” “Make It Plain,” “Toure Show,” “Woke AF,” “Picked Last in Gym Class,” and “Inner Space.” For more information, visit www.dcpofficial.com and follow @DCPofficial on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.As I say in each episode: for anyone who may need help during any difficult times: the National Suicide Prevention hotline: (800) 273-8255. Also, I have a Google Voice Number for ANY of you to use: (872) 444-6784. Leave me a message there and I will get in touch with you... or you can even just use that as a safe place to vent or whatever it may be.You can listen to this conversation by finding the Daddy Unscripted podcast, wherever you listen to podcasts (Apple, Spotify... Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/daddyunscripted.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Defend the Black Vote with Ben Jealous of PFAWF and Say Their Name with Chris Colbert of DCP Entertainment
MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
Ben Jealous is the President of People for the American Way and he’s on today’s episode to talk about their Defend the Black Vote initiative, which sets out to raise awareness on right-wing attacks that seek to disenfranchise and suppress Black voters. Their goal is to engage more than one million voters by Election Day to fight against these misinformation campaigns. We also welcome DCP Entertainment CEO Chris Colbert, who introduces us to his new podcast project, “Say Their Name,” which features stories he collected while traveling around the country speaking to Black families who lost loved ones to police violence. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Titans Of Nuclear | Interviewing World Experts on Nuclear Energy
Chris Colbert joins Jadwiga on the latest episode of Titans of Nuclear. 1) Experiences in construction of fossil fuel plants and US-EPR project 2) The partnerships and new markets that NuScale is exploring 3) The position of NuScale and Light Water Technologies in the future nuclear industry 4) The optimization of manufacturing and future goals of NuScale Find more episodes on iTunes, Spotify, and here on our Titans of Nuclear YouTube. You can follow us on Twitter at @NuclearTitans.