Friday Live: OmniArts Nebraska, Stacey Waite, Chris Maxwell, and more!
On the April 30th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall, William Padmore, and guests have lively conversations about: the next OmniArts Nebraska production (00:48); a book signing on April 30th at Francie & Finch (15:10); Rascal Martinez's performance in Norfolk (24:30); Alexio Anest's new album (...
Chris Maxwell And Darren Discuss The How, What And Where Of In-House Agencies
Chris Maxwell is the Founder and Managing Director of Lution, Australia’s leading in-house agency specialist, with deep experience building and optimising in-house teams. Chris shares his experience building the in-house capabilities at Carlton United Breweries. And how this experience inspired him to develop and offer this to other Australian marketing companies. He talks about the challenges and the benefits beyond simply cost reduction.
Surviving Together with Chris Maxwell & Molly Weisgram
In sickness and in health, through good times and bad… We make these vows on our wedding day, but you can never really know how extreme the good and bad might be. Chris Maxwell and Molly Weisgram have been together through truly tough challenges during Chris’s battle with Guillain–Barré syndrome. At its worst, Chris was paralyzed to the point that he couldn’t blink. What impact does this have on a family or a marriage? How do tough challenges shape our lives and relationships?In this episode, John talks with both Chris and Molly—both patient and caregiver, husband and wife—about their emotional story, how the journey brought them closer together as a family, and how the experience impacts the way they lead today.-----Connect with John T. Meyer Follow Leadmore on Instagram Subscribe to the Leadmore newsletter Join the Leadmore Community
Season 3 Ep 4: Chris Maxwell on Mindset Work and Positivity as a Superpower
Serving it HOT
My guest this week is Chris Maxwell, founder and CEO of Maxwell Strategies. He helps organizations both start up, and go through big changes, focusing on finding, building, and keeping momentum on what matters most. And when it comes to big changes and knowing what matters most, Chris is an expert — especially after the past year and a half. What began as seemingly minor tingling in his legs and feet escalated rapidly to the point where he spent almost four months on a ventilator. "When I got my diagnosis, the doctor told me 90-95% of people get back to how they were before. So immediately, I had hope. Luckily nobody told me, when I was completely paralyzed, that I had now moved into the 5% of people who get it as bad as I did... so I had hope. Never take someone's hope away. It buoys you through the most challenging times." Today on the show, Chris will share not just the story of his diagnosis with Guillain-Barré syndrome, but also his road to recovery, and how he stayed positive even when he couldn't blink his own eyes. I'm honored to call Chris my longtime friend, and so excited to share this episode with all of you. Chris, thank you for being my guest this week and thank you as well to everyone listening!
#18. Sex & intimacy after chronic illness - with Chris Maxwell Rose
To Hump A Pillow with Ellen Melon
To be healthy and able-bodied is a blessing and the possibility of that changing MANY TIMES throughout the course of our lives is very realistic. Bodies change. Health events occur. To both us and to our loved ones, and thus, we experience different erotic seasons. In this episode, I invite Chris Maxwell Rose to lead a discussion on the love and compassion we need to give ourselves when our health takes a nose-dive. How does sexuality change? Intimacy? Desire? Touch? We discuss how to listen to our bodies and TRUST ourselves. We also exchange stories of how we developed Type 1 Diabetes and talk about the effect it had on our sex lives. Chris Rose is Co-host of “Speaking of Sex with the Pleasure Mechanics” a podcast who is approaching almost 400 episodes at the time of this recording. She and her partner Charlotte have a combined expertise of 30 years of experience teaching individuals and couples in how to experience more pleasure. They train sexuality educators and coaches, and are certified sexologists and massage therapists. www.pleasuremechanics.com ____ Donate to the To Hump A Pillow podcast: https://www.patreon.com/ellenmelon Links we talked about: FREE COURSE: The Erotic Essentials by the Pleasure Mechanics: https://pleasuremechanics.teachable.com/p/the-erotic-essentials/?affcode=160539_lgpqtcim Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How You Can Heal: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P42M08O/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 ACEs are Adverse Childhood Experiences: https://sisterhoodagenda.com/are-aces-putting-you-at-risk/ The Body Keeps the Score: Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IICN1F8/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 Audre Lorde reads Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic As Power (FULL Updated): https://youtu.be/aWmq9gw4Rq0 ___ Ellen Melon Social Media links: https://www.instagram.com/ellenmelonshow/ https://twitter.com/EllenMelonShow https://www.facebook.com/ellenmelonshow www.ellenmelon.com _____
Satisfying Sex for Chronic Pain and Disease Patients with guest Chris Maxwell Rose
Pain and chronic illness are so dynamic that they can injure us on multiple levels. Too often, not only does our body suffer, but our sexuality suffers as well. On this episode of Shaping Fire, host Shango Los talks with sex educator Chris Maxwell Rose of Pleasure Mechanics about the mental and emotional challenges of having sex while experiencing chronic pain, communication between partners, and positions, toys and other strategies for sexualizing your life, even with a chronic malady.
This week’s guest is Chris Maxwell. He’s lived more musical lives than most. Starting off on a guitar with no strings, he moved on to the pop band The Gunbunnies. Then moved to NYC and got a job booking acts for the famous club, The Knitting Factory. From there he joined the alternative scene with the band Skeleton Key. After one, critically acclaimed album, he moved on to the world of TV music, recording themes for Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations, & Bob’s Burgers, among others. He’s back to writing music for himself and has a new album out soon. But he’s not your typical singer-songwriter. So check out New Store Number 2. Follow GoatHouse Studios on social media. Follow us @performanceanx. Subscribe, rate, review, share, and get a load of Chris Maxwell!
After the shambolic display that was the last episode, James returns and brings it back to a more suitable episode.Chris Maxwell returns to discuss the sweet science of boxing and the movies that have been made in its honor.(Chris Maxwell is a former radio host turned Podcaster (NotYetNamedPodcast)Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/beaverdoesmovies)
Sex Gets Real 270: Chris Maxwell Rose on touch and the erotic
Sex Gets Real with Dawn Serra
LAST CALL The July cohort of Power in Pleasure starts July 21st, so this is the final DAY to register before it closes. You deserve pleasure. You deserve to honor your hunger. Your power is tied to your pleasure. Explore with us and learn more at dawnserra.com/pleasurecourse. Touch. The erotic. And healing. Chris Maxwell Rose is here from The Pleasure Mechanics and we geek out about touch, changing bodies and how our relationship with the erotic changes over time, touch hunger, and much much more. The Pleasure Mechanics have a bunch of fantastic online courses, so if you want to check those out this is my affiliate link. A few of the things we discuss include: The many touch stones that we have in our life that help us stay grounded and connected to ourselves, our body, and to the people we care about. What does saying yes to connection and touch mean? How do we explore our erotic selves with tenderness, longing, and hunger instead of fear, vulnerability, and terror? Chris shares their experience with mindfulness and being present, and how this practice can help us be more present during sex. Bringing erotic awareness into our daily lives and how skills based practice plays an important role in it. Reverence and how we can turn our attention to the small and minute things of everyday and savour in those moments. The different stories around touch, what touch hunger means, receiving touch, and to what degree is affectionate touch tied up to sex. What happens if touch is something that you’re not hungry for? How can we still practice this skill? The violence and harm that can come in how we touch one another and how do we practice the pleasure, love, radical empathy that can also happen through touch? Massage as the yes point for couples and the practice of massage as part of a culture within a relationship. The practice of sharing each other’s desires in a relationship and not taking no as a rejection. Creating micro-experiments as a couple to build foundational skills within the relationship. Honoring where you’re at and being present with yourself and/or relationship knowing that everything is a process and that there is no guarantee of the destination. Harnassing the erotic and how it grows your capacity to the experiences you want and the experiences that you have been practicing towards. Patreon supporters - head to patreon.com/sgrpodcast to hear my bonus chat with Chris! If you aren't a supporter, I'd love your financial support to help keep the show going. If you pledge $3 per month, you get access to exclusive weekly bonus content and if you support at $5 per month and above, you can help me field listener questions. Follow Sex Gets Real on Twitter and Facebook. It's true. Oh! And Dawn is on Instagram. About Chris Maxwell Rose: I am a sex educator with over 15 years experience teaching individuals and groups about sexual health and pleasure. Together with my partner Charlotte, I co-founded PleasureMechanics.com in 2006, dedicated to sharing practical, down-to-earth information and techniques for more sexual pleasure.We have criss-crossed the nation teaching workshops on sex to audiences from 3 to 3,000. Our car has over 300,000 miles on it from our travels. Our work has reached individuals in over 60 countries. As The Pleasure Mechanics we have combined our body based expertise with game-changing cultural insights that provide a unique path to a happier, healthier and more pleasurable sexuality. Our online courses teach the techniques of sexual pleasure to men and women around the world, and our podcast offers hundreds of hours of free erotic education to anyone ready to expand their capacity for pleasure, love, arousal and connection. I have been working as an independent sex educator since graduating Vassar College with honors in 2003. Truly, I’ve been a sex educator since my childhood, when I discovered myself camped out in the library’s sexuality section and answering all my friend’s questions on the playground. I try to maintain the wide eyed curiosity of my youth as I distill what I have learned in my decade of hands-on sex education leadership. My highest commitment is helping to create a world where all men, women and couples have the information and tools to become sexually fulfilled. My work is dedicated to creating an end to the cycle of sexual violence and abuse. As a survivor of child sexual abuse and teenage sexual assault, I believe that the cycle of sexual violence is dependent on a culture of sexual shame, fear and silence. These toxic cycles can only be remedied by advocating for sexual wellness, freedom and pleasure. To this pleasurable end I have dedicated my creativity and leadership. I’d love to hear from you! Be In Touch. Listen and subscribe to Sex Gets Real Listen and subscribe on iTunes Check us out on Stitcher Don't forget about I Heart Radio's Spreaker Pop over to Google Play Use the player at the top of this page. Now available on Spotify. Search for "sex gets real". Find the Sex Gets Real channel on IHeartRadio. Hearing from you is the best Contact form: Click here (and it's anonymous) Podcast Transcript can be found at sexgetsreal.com/ep270