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Erik Olsen

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Robservations - The Show About Something

(MIDNIGHT METAL Episode #023 • Originally streamed on June 13, 2021)

3hr 20mins

26 Jun 2021

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Episode 112: with my guest Thomas Erik Olsen

The Comin' Home Podcast with John Alan

People who have been incarcerated are very few and far between, and those who have been incarcerated in both the USA and Norway are even fewer. Watch and listen as Thomas Erik Olsen tells me his story of dual citizenship (USA and Norway), issues with violence and temper control which led to his first incarceration in Florida, and on to his return to Norway and eventual incarceration and freedom in Norway. His story ends with a positive turn of fortune and a new personal awareness for Thomas, and at the airing of this episode of #TheCominHomePodcastWithJohnAlan, he is in a good place (not in prison!). Please watch and/or listen to the end in order to hear how he is doing. One of the reasons I produce The Comin’ Home Podcast With John Alan is to find hope and motivation for myself, in order to hopefully be stronger and in a better place from which I can help others. I also hope that you, my viewer and listener, can find inspiration, hope, or something that can enrich your life. It meant a lot for me to have Thomas Erik Olsen as my guest for this episode, and I think that comes across. There is a lot of inspiration in this conversation. Please check it out and enjoy it. Send it on to others who you think can benefit, and please give me some feedback through YouTube or at johnalanpod.com You can listen to #TheCominHomePodcastWithJohnAlan everywhere you find podcasts, and you can WATCH it here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Z-vUvC-19oIYCZw-Sg4ew #LifeInPrison #Incarcerated #NewLife #SecondChance

1hr 54mins

29 Mar 2021

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Making the Most of Your Digital Assets with Erik Olsen

Mindful Money Matters Podcast

Have you wondered how to make the most of your digital assets so you're projecting your best image online? I sat down with the founder and CEO of Array Digital, Erik J. Olson, to talk about money, marketing, and branding! Erik's an expert on digital marketing and business. He even shares a personal lesson learned about finances. Erik's an all-around good guy with a big heart and one of my favorite people on the internet. It was a treasure to talk with him. Thank you so much Erik! :-) Please visit www.thisisarray.com to help you level up your digital marketing image. :-)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/timothy-james-mcdaniel/support


14 Sep 2020

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Episode 10: Erik Olsen

The Get Up & Get Out Podcast w/ Steve Krisel

Today on the show we have a fellow New-Yorker, Erik Olsen, a font of knowledge, he’s a PhD Candidate and lecturer at the University of Amsterdam in the Dept of American Studies. He taught a course “The American Dream”, inviting guest lecturers to give students an insight to the truth, the lies and everything in-between. He has dual citizenship from both The United States and The Netherlands and now he lives in Moscow, Russia with his beautiful wife and son. On the show today, we’re are gonna get into a few hot topics such as South American Death Squads and The School of the Americas in Fort Benning, GA - where these military groups were trained; giving them the tools to commit atrocities in their home country. We get into the main reason why Erik fled The United States to discover his American Dream in The Netherlands. We also touch on topics such as: ***The 2016 Election Scandal, Christopher Columbus, The electoral college canard, The upcoming election, and the concept of being un-American. Without further delay, let’s get into the show. Contact Erik:Email: e.a.olsen@uva.nlWe want to thank you for joining us today. We truly appreciate your time and we hope that today’s show brought you some great tips and some powerful positivity and motivation to do what you’ve always dreamed of doing - no matter what!If todays message was powerful for you - consider sharing this episode  with someone who might benefit or consider leaving us a review over on iTunes.  It doesn’t matter if it’s one-star or five. Reviews are a way of sharing your thoughts. We are always striving to be better than the last episode and your feedback is greatly appreciated. In addition, each review helps us spread the word about what we’re trying to accomplish. If you would like to be on the show or you know someone who might be a great guest, please send us an email at guest@gugopodcast.com Feel free to follow us on Instagram: @stephenkriselon Facebook: The Get Up & Get Out PodcastAs always, our podcasts are edited by Valerii Lugovand our music is by Tomas Skyldeberg, entitled Celebration of Life Once again, thanks for joining us today.This has been The Get Up & Get Out PodcastI’ve been your host, Steve Kriseland remember…Get Up...Get Out...And Discover the world - On Your Terms!


4 May 2020

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1:6 Destiny House Worship: "He Wants Children who Play with Fire" feat. Victoria El-Swaify & Erik Olsen (2016)

Journey with Jen Miskov

This was a unique time in our movement's history. February 12, 2016 was less than a week before our 4 year anniversary as a movement and followed our Moravian Feast Night. This was also leading into the Azusa Now Event as well as had our Azusa Tribe coming for the first time to mix together with the Destiny House tribe. Jen Miskov releases a 5 minute word on making sure to stay connected to Jesus the Source. What gets released is a beautiful expression of firsts and a family hungry for more of God flowing together as the Holy Spirit leads. Victoria El-Swaify is on the piano and Erik sings out prophetically the theme of this set. The Destiny House family is spontaneously led by the Holy Spirit as they sing out. There are four different generations represented this Friday. Raw and unedited. An unforgettable morning for sure. Be blessed!

1hr 41mins

26 Dec 2019

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Episode 47: Brandstorm Talks to Erik Olsen about his Whirly Board Invention


People who enjoy board sports like skateboarding, snowboarding or wakeboarding are always looking for ways to up their game. Bored with the limitations of most balance boards, our guest on this episode of Brandstorm, Erik Olsen, invented the Whirly Board out of his garage.   Giving the Whirly Board a Spin Using PVC pipe, a piece of wood, a bowling ball and two pool balls was able to create a versatile balance training board with three balance points that make it possible to spin and walk it around.  Erik’s invention opened the door to markets beyond board sports. Whirly Board is a new way to get fit, using the board for push-ups, squats, agility training, cardio and even yoga. It’s a new accessory for the office. Employees with standing desks can use the Whirly Board in conjunction with a standing desk to stay active, stretching the legs and improving overall balance. The balance boards can even be customized with company logos to give out employees with standing desks or as a corporate gift. The Power of Word-of-Mouth Referrals The Whirly Board is distributed through Erik’s website, Amazon and The Grommet, an online marketplace and product discovery platform for small businesses. It was the Grommet that discovered the Whirly Board and reached out Erik last Christmas. While not expecting much, the site sold more than 150 boards in the first hour. Sales are currently up 400 percent year over year, primarily through word-of-mouth referrals and 5 Star reviews from satisfied customers. Erik is hoping that brand satisfaction will generate more customer reviews and YouTube videos of customers using the Whirly Board in creative ways. Contact: Email: erik@whirlyboard.com Website: www.whirlyboard.com LinkedIn: @erik-olsen


12 Sep 2018

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Arne Erik Olsen

Lange Flate

PodcastLange Flate BallærGjest Styreformann i Fredrikstad. Arne Erik Olsen. Head Trives ikke som profilert styreformann. Håper klubben går i balanse ved hjelp av garantiene. Mye som er uavklart Stikkord* Med gudene på lag i innspurten* En klubb på vent.. * Trener-spørsmålet skal avgjøres om kort tid * Daglig leder? Uavklart * Skal du forsette som styreformann? * økonomi. Berget av garantier


26 Oct 2016

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Episode 29 with Guest Erik Olsen

Take Out With Ashley and Robyn

Erik D. Olson, J.D., is director of the Health Program, and Senior Strategic Director for Food and Health at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). He has more than 30 years of experience in consumer, public health, and environmental policy. He oversees NRDC’s work on issues including antibiotics use in animal production, food waste, climate-healthy food, pesticides, toxic chemicals in food and consumer products, drinking water contamination, global mercury pollution, textile-related pollution in Asia, and other food, agriculture and toxics issues. Prior to joining NRDC, Olson was Senior Director of Food Programs at The Pew Charitable Trusts, where he managed campaigns to improve food safety, school nutrition standards, and food additives. At Pew he helped lead the successful effort to enact the first overhaul of the FDA’s food safety program in over 70 years. Previously, he was Deputy Staff Director and General Counsel of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. In his previous 15-year stint at NRDC, he helped enact the Food Quality Protection Act and the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments. He has litigated major federal environmental cases ranging from the Exxon Valdez case to drinking water, Superfund, and other litigation. Olson is a member of the Institute of Medicine’s Food Forum and is on the Board for Food Policy Action. He received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where served as an editor of the environmental law journal, and his A.B. from Columbia University.


6 Jul 2016

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Learn about SAJA Reporting Fellowships with NYT's Erik Olsen


SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, presents a conversation about the plight of blue whales in the waters off Sri Lanka.Join SAJA board member Jigar Mehta (@JigarMehta) for a webcast with 2012 SAJA reporting fellow Erik Olsen (@olsentropy) of the New York Times.In Sri Lanka, ship traffic and a rapid increase in whale watching tourism is putting a little understood population of blue whales at risk. Sri Lankan marine biologist Asha de Vos has committed her life to protecting these magnificent animals. In this video and print work, New York Times Video Journalist Erik Olsen traveled to Sri Lanka to look into this story.Video: http://video.nytimes.com/video/2012/07/02/science/100000001641208/in-the-land-of-blue-whales.html Print article http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/03/science/traffic-in-sri-lankas-waters-threatens-blue-whales.htmlLEARN HOW YOU CAN APPLY FOR A SAJA REPORTING FELLOWSHIP:http://saja.org/2012srf * Questions to awards@saja.org


4 Oct 2012