Live from London Podcast Festival at King's Place - with Ania Magliano, Haley McGee and Sarah Mills
The Breakup Monologues with Rosie Wilby
In a live episode recorded at London Podcast Festival, Rosie chats to comedian Ania Magliano, author of The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale, Haley McGee, and creator of The Chemo Chat Show, Sarah Mills, about whether we can calculate a mathematical formula for the cost of love, crying so much that your nose bleeds, the dubious reliability of scientific studies, smoking after a breakup, first date locations, why fleeting relationships and their unexplored potential can torture people the most and whether we should comfort ourselves with either positive or negative memories of an ex. Recorded at London Podcast Festival on 3 September 2021. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup Monologues book from all good bookshops: https://linktr.ee/breakupmonologues The Breakup Monologues will be recording live episodes again in early 2022, including our annual anti-Valentine’s show in Feb at Poplar Union. Follow Rosie on Twitter @rosiewilby for announcements.
My guest this episode is Sarah Mills - the award-winning writer-comedian-producer - on turning the boredom of chemotherapy into the joy of ‘The Chemo Chat Show', how she approached writing her first ever pilot script which went on to win the BAFTA Rocliffe award, how to go about booking experts for Philomena Cunk, and so much more.
Sarah Mills, a lecturer at the University of Michigan and member of the Graham Sustainability Institute, talks about the future of wind projects in the Western Upper Peninsula. What are the effects on the budgets of local government? How many jobs come with a new wind farm? Find out the answers to those questions and more.
Episode 22: Mindset, Team Dynamics, and Dogs Bond With Sarah Mills
She is Fab
In this episode we are joined by Sarah Mills and we discuss mindset, team dynamics, and Dogs Bond the game for a good cause.A self-taught illustrator, Sarah answered the call when she found Dogs BOND as a job posting. She is now working on several of the custom illustrations for Kickstarter backers. As a leader of this project she lifts up female voices in the industry.Connect with Sarah:www.dogsbondgame.com@dogsbondgame on all social mediaAbout Evelyn - The Fab Chieftess: I am a certified and accredited Transformation Mindset Life Coach. Mindset & Goal Setting Self-Development Women Empowerment EQ – Emotional Intelligence NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming CBT - Cognitive Behavior Therapy REBT - Rational Behavior Therapy I help aspiring women with impostor syndrome, gain clarity and consistency, and overcome fear with my 4-step process in order to achieve their goals. Connect on social: Website: www.thefabchieftess.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefabchieftess Facebook: www.facebook.com/fab.chieftess Twitter: www.twitter.com/thefabchieftess Clubhouse: @thefabchieftess Shop Empowered Fashion: www.sheisfab.net Get freebies, join challenges, and subscribe for the newsletter: https://linktr.ee/thefabchieftess Featured on: CBS, NBC, and FOX Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/thefabchieftess)
Ep. 66 Alex Lu, Sarah Mills, and Kiera Purrazzella with Dogs BOND
In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with all 3 people that brought Dogs BOND to life on Kickstarter earlier this year. We talk about the great diversity presented in their game, the video creation process, and some of the anxiety of launching a Kickstarter during a worldwide pandemic! Want to see the campaign, check it out HERE. Want to look into ordering a copy, check it out HERE. To learn more about FunDaMental Games feel free to visit www.thefundamentalgames.com Introduction Music provided by: https://www.purple-planet.com Voice introduction by Marilena D.
The Artist and illustrator of new game Dogs Bond talks to me about working with designers and creating art for games.You can Pre-Order Dogs BOND now :-https://app.crowdox.com/projects/dogsbondgame/dogs-bondSarah's favourite game currently is an unpublish prototype by channel friend Fabricio Leotti called Robosomes, watch an explanation of the game below :-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tViut1FLHd8&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=FabricioLeotti
EP 151: How to Be Flexible and Fearless When Your Company Pivots During Covid - with Sarah Mills
Sarah Mills is Senior Director of Events for iRelaunch, which means she manages all iRelaunch conferences and events. She is a relauncher who took an 8 year career break but has now been back in the workforce for 10 years. Sarah had to embrace uncertainty and fearlessness when iRelaunch pivoted hard and changed its three in-person 2020 iRelaunch Return to Work Conferences to two virtual conferences. On relatively short notice, Sarah had to evaluate and recommend the best virtual conference platform, and then dive in and learn the technical platform for the virtual event well enough to train our employer representatives on how to set up on it. Sarah would not describe herself as a “techy” person, yet she embraced the need to change and figured it out. We discuss what it takes to be flexible and fearless at a time when we had to flex and pivot in our corporate conference and events business due to Covid, and Sarah’s key role in that effort.
Dr. Sarah Mills: Local Governments and Renewable Energy Siting, Part 2
Speaking of Resilience
Today in the second part of our two-part series on siting, we’re diving back into an issue that’s especially important for the success of developing renewable energy in Michigan and that’s the work to find land to build new solar and wind projects, and getting the projects approved by local townships. If you haven’t already, I encourage you to go back and listen to last week’s episode, with Ed Rivet, from Michigan Conservative Energy Forum on the siting of renewable energy and his work with local governments to build support for new renewable projects. Today, my guest is Dr. Sarah Mills, Senior Project Manager at the University of Michigan’s Ford School’s Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy. Sarah’s research focuses on how renewable energy development impacts rural communities. Watch this episode on Youtube Speaking of Resilience is created by the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities and the Michigan Climate Action Network. This episode was produced by Miriam Owsley and Jeff Smith, hosted by Kate Madigan.