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The David Johnson Show - The Veteran Talk Show is a national voice that shares points of interest within our cultural – The Military and Veteran Cultural. More so than ever the Military and Veteran community has created a culture in America. A sub-culture unique to our way of life, our experiences and the language we speak. Military forces have been deploying to fight the war on terrorism since 09/11/2001 and remain engaged in combat operations to this day. We have seen the good, the bad and ...
 
David Novak hosts real leadership conversations with the best CEOs, Founders & Entrepreneurs in business, sports and entertainment to talk about how they get such incredibly good things done and how they are making a difference in their communities. David, a former co-founder and CEO himself, has been asking great questions and learning from top leaders his whole life. Now he brings those leadership learnings to you in How Leaders Lead with David Novak.
 
Random Questions is a podcast dedicated to the love of conversation. Each episode, host Eric Johnson sits down with interesting people and interviews them. The twist is that neither Eric nor his interviewee knows what he's going to ask.All of the questions will be pulled randomly, mid-interview, from an online database. And anyone can add to this database by submitting their own questions at RandomQuestions.xyz
 
Ever wonder what it would look like if a democrat and a republican actually talked about controversial legislation on the record with no agenda and no script? With Civil Conversations, United States Senatorial candidate David Baria manages to accomplish just that: a rare look behind the curtain and into the policy making factory. Republican leadership in Mississippi would prefer no one discuss policy unless they’re on board with the Republican agenda. Democratic member of the Mississippi Hou ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding" "AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and g ...
 
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Kevin Johnson, CEO of Starbucks, has brought the power of vulnerability to his role. After succeeding Starbucks’ founder and CEO Howard Schultz in 2017, Johnson believes strongly in preserving the legacy of the brand while embracing the innovation necessary to push the company into the future. Listen as David and Kevin discuss distributed leadershi…
 
David chats with filmmaker Caveh Zahedi about creating The Show About The Show. Support me on Patreon! Links: Back 'The Show About The Show' on Kickstarter Caveh's podcast: 365 Stories I Want To Tell You Before We Both Die NYTimes profile of Caveh Zahedi Watch The Show About The Show on YouTube The Filmcast episode in which we discuss The Show Abou…
 
In this special episode of the How Leaders Lead podcast, listeners will learn that all top leaders are incredible “AVID LEARNERS” - people who’ve demonstrated a real commitment to continuous learning throughout their careers. They all learn by DOING. They all ASK a lot of QUESTIONS and LISTEN CLOSELY for real insights. And at some stage of their ca…
 
You deserve this imposition: It's the astrology of the immortal, eternal Aquarius rising, the Queen of Pop, Madonna. Returning guests and Madge lifers Richard Perez (@richard_perez) and Dexter Driscoll (@dexterdriscoll) join David to talk about Madonna's music, style, politics, spirituality and evolution, all through the lens of astrology. We cover…
 
Over the course of the year, David kept getting asked, “What did you learn?”, “What are your key takeaways from your conversations with these great leaders?” So this is a special episode series that David narrates about the biggest traits he learned from ALL How Leaders Lead guests. In our initial episode, listeners will learn that all top leaders …
 
Today’s guest is Lonnie Ali, the wife of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. Lonnie is an incredible leader who has devoted her life to making the world a better place. In 1992, Lonnie incorporated and served as Vice President and treasurer of Greatest of All Time, Inc. or (G.O.A.T). Today she is a lifetime director and vice chair of the Muhammad Ali Cen…
 
With a 20-year history in technology, Former CEO of NASDAQ, Bob Greifeld is a relentless leader in every way imaginable. An English major-turned computer specialist, Bob approached his job interview at NASDAQ in a strategic way, laying out his detailed plan for the ailing stock index. He had studied NASDAQ for years and knew what needed to happen. …
 
Break the simulation! David and returning guest Tommy O'Malley (@zaddyearth) talk about the astrology and legacy of supreme Cancer Marianne Williamson, including: A Return to Love, the presidential run, spiritual healing in the AIDS Crisis and beyond. David also talks Black Widow, Summer of Soul, Loki, The White Lotus and more. You can follow David…
 
How does the creator of one of the world’s most well known beauty brands, pivot to the wellness category and find her footing in a place where authenticity, realness and reality are key? David gets the story behind Bobbi Brown, the brand and the woman who turned her lipstick-making hobby into a billion dollar brand, only to sell it in search of a n…
 
A conversation about the slippery slope from Donald Trump’s lies to the extinction of American democracy—and art’s ability to break through fascist monoliths. The eminent Yale historian Timothy Snyder is the author of On Tyranny, The Road to Unfreedom, and “The American Abyss,” a widely circulated New York Times essay published following the Januar…
 
It's another diary episode as this week, David and @joyofnapping discuss what it's been like to kinda emerge from the pandemic in Seattle, how everyone is totally burnt out, and what it means that people are lashing out at strangers, often violently. Support me on Patreon! Links: The NYTimes' COVID tracker The danger of delta holds to 3 simple rule…
 
David welcomes artist, animator, cabaret powerhouse and empress of the Gowanus Canal Lulu Krause (@lulukrause) for a classic interview, in which the two cover: assimilated Jewish culture, horny New York summers, Six Feet Under, ex-crushes and beyond. David also talks Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sinead O'Connor's memoirs, Sex & The City and much mor…
 
Co-Founder and CEO of Twilio, Jeff Lawson is a serial entrepreneur and technologist with a career including both large companies and a series of start-ups. Jeff leads with knowledge, a visceral connection to the customer’s problem, and the understanding of how to connect executives with software developers. Listen as Jeff and David discuss his time…
 
Two of the most playful, expressive artists we have on their creative process, trying new things, and the art of being a great collaborator. The former lead singer of the Talking Heads, Byrne is an artistic polymath, making stage plays, performances, films, and now even drawings, which he recently showed with Pace. His Broadway hit, American Utopia…
 
Dave on Dave is a Patreon-exclusive series in which David Cho chats with David Chen about his work and life. In this episode of Dave on Dave, the Davids share about what motivates them, how they set goals, accepting the nuance and complications of fellow humans, and the meaning of July 4th. This episode is being released free on Culturally Relevant…
 
All hail the princess: It's the astrology of the ultimate teen icon and Bush-era iconoclast, Lindsay Lohan. Grand dame Hilton Dresden (hiltyhilthilt) joins David to talk about Lindsay Lohan's cinematic oeuvre, her prophetic generational vision, and the "eternal adolescence" of a Gemini rising. David also covers Pride, Carl Nassib, respectability po…
 
Wendy Clark is CEO of Dentsu International, a 120 year-old multinational media and digital marketing communications company headquartered in London. As the first female CEO of a big six global advertising agency, Clark approaches leadership like a marketer and attributes her success as a leader to this strategy. Listen as David and Wendy discuss br…
 
Harry James Hanson (@skirtsuit) joins David to celebrate the cosmic legacy of the fabulous Sylvester! David and Harry talk about Sylvester's pioneering, indelible legacy in the worlds of disco, queer celebrity and identity, and the ways they would and should have continued to triumph. You can follow Harry's book Legends of Drag @legendsofdrag. You …
 
A conversation about the art of scents with the perfumer Frederic Malle. The latest in a storied French fragrance family, Malle—whose grandfather launched Christian Dior’s fragrance line, and whose uncle is the great filmmaker Louis Malle—had ambitions of being an art dealer before he took up the family trade, and his unique brand of of scent-makin…
 
David chats with sociologist Nancy Wang Yuen about a new study she co-authored showing the prevalence of Asians and Pacific Islanders in popular movies. Support me on Patreon! Links: The LA Times article about the study Read the entire study (PDF) Follow Nancy Wang Yuen on Twitter Learn more about Nancy's work Weekly Recommendations The unreasonabl…
 
Welcome to Cancer season! Special guest Fareeha Khan (@fareeeezy) joins David to celebrate the music, activism and legacy of M.I.A. The two use M.I.A.'s chart and music to talk about cultures of origin, faith, race, colonialism, capitalism and contemporary Lilith mythology. An all-time great episode. You can follow David on Instagram @david_odyssey…
 
Hear how Beyond Meat Founder and CEO Ethan Brown pushes his people with intense loyalty to drive success all while delighting his customers with better protein options that don’t change why people enjoy meat. Your unfiltered access to the world’s best leaders. In each episode, David sits down for real conversations with leaders in business, sports,…
 
The 86-year-old legend gets personal about a lifetime translating her singular voice to the world. While the major retrospective of her work currently at the Brooklyn Museum has cemented her reputation, Lorraine O’Grady did not discover herself as an artist until her 40s. Here, she traces her unlikely journey to becoming a conceptual and performanc…
 
Celebrating activist, pioneer and trans icon Marsha P. Johnson, with special guest Anthony Michael Lopez (flittergaggot). David and Anthony talk about Marsha's legacy and the complications of immortalization. David also talks Mercury Retrograde, Set It Off, Cabaret, body image issues and much more. You can follow David on Instagram @david_odyssey a…
 
David reflects on life in Seattle right now and how we're entering a really weird and discombobulating phase of the pandemic where people's experiences seem vastly disparate. Support me on Patreon! Links: Slate: I do not trust people in the same way Seattle is the first major city to vaccinate 70% of eligible residents The pandemic in the US has va…
 
Former CEO of The Gap, Banana Republic and J.Crew, Mickey Drexler has always had a keen instinct for merchandising and a philosophical commitment to following his gut in business. Drexler’s impact on pop culture is astounding as his fingerprint can be found on almost every fashion retail success over the last thirty years. Listen as Mickey and Davi…
 
How does an artwork change as the person looking at it does? Kate Zambreno, a 2021 Guggenheim Fellow in Nonfiction and the author of the acclaimed 2020 novel Drifts, details the pleasures and discovery of returning to an artist or artwork over and over again—in her case, the likes of Sarah Charlesworth, Chantal Akerman, and Albrecht Durer. She spea…
 
What's Gemini season without the voice of a generation, iconic songwriter and Venus incarnate Alanis Morissette? Luminaries essential Greg Kozatek (@inqueerymedia) joins David to talk about Alanis' music, lyrics, music videos and acting appearances, all through her very powerful star chart. The two cover everything, from Dogma to Uninvited...brace …
 
Former President and CEO of Franklin-Covey Leadership, Stephen M. R. Covey felt compelled to transition his career from business leadership to thought leadership with his book, The Speed of Trust. Listen as NewYorkTimes and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author Stephen and David discuss mission-driven business, feeding your strengths and the in…
 
A conversation about the art of telling stories with the South African artist Simphiwe Ndzube, who works between Cape Town and Los Angeles and whose first solo US museum exhibition opens this month at the Denver Art Museum, and the renowned writer Zakes Mda, whose novels are widely read throughout South Africa and beyond. The two dissect their magi…
 
David chats with writer/director Bao Tran about his hit martial arts comedy film The Paper Tigers. Support me on Patreon! Links: Watch The Paper Tigers Follow Bao Tran on Twitter Learn more about Bao Tran's work Weekly Recommendations Jezebel: There is no After Saigon Social restaurant This podcast is powered by Simplecast. Check them out at simple…
 
As CEO of Amway, the world’s largest direct selling company, Milind Pant attributes his professional success to cultural sensitivity and leading with love and empathy. With a career full of global roles and travel, Pant swears by daily exercise and meditation to promote a balanced life. Listen as Milind and David discuss social commerce, the gig ec…
 
A conversation about life as art with the author of The Flamethrowers. Few merge writing about art and writing about life the way Rachel Kushner does. A former editor at Artforum and Bomb, she’s deeply interested in memorializing the culture around the art—the conversations, the characters, the tall tales. In her 2013 novel The Flamethrowers, a Nat…
 
Actress astrology! M.V.P. guest Ruby McCollister joins David to talk about his #1, Michelle Pfeiffer. The two discuss her great works, including Batman Returns, Dangerous Liaisons, Frankie & Johnny, Dangerous Minds, The Age of Innocence, Stardust and beyond. Along the way, Ruby shares the tenets of Actress Theory, and the two discuss the many chang…
 
Why conventional interrogation tactics didn’t work in the early Iraq days and how getting a prisoner to talk led to a new approach to interrogation. This is an excerpt from the full story on how the U.S. Army’s hunt for the one man who knew the location of Saddam Hussein turned into one of the biggest success stories in military history. The David …
 
This week's episode is one I know you'll love that I dropped back in July, with Kendra Scott, now Chairwoman of Kendra Scott Jewelry. Since recording she has been full steam ahead, focusing on spending more time with her girls and family and focusing on other areas of her company that she is the most passionate about. Areas like design, the consume…
 
The U.S. Army’s hunt for the one man who knew the location of Saddam Hussein and how trust was built. Former US Army interrogator Eric Maddox provides the now-unclassified story of how the U.S. Army tracked down Saddam Hussein, using information gained by Eric and his team, who were conducting interrogations with many Iraqi military prisoners. This…
 
Guest hosted by Jarrett Earnest, this conversation with the artist, curator, and critic Nayland Blake reflects on Blake’s own coming-of-age as an artist and writer—and their shared obsession and long history with the great artist Ray Johnson. Prompted by an Johnson exhibition curated by Earnest at David Zwirner in New York that reexamines and refra…
 
New interrogation tactics to connect with prisoners and gain trust. Former US Army interrogator Eric Maddox provides the now-unclassified story of how the U.S. Army tracked down Saddam Hussein, using information gained by Eric and his team, who were conducting interrogations with many Iraqi military prisoners. This is the first episode in the 2nd s…
 
The Power of Three will set you free! Special guest Jake Cornell (@jakewcornell) joins David to talk about the long-running, ever-mesmerizing WB series Charmed, focusing on the astrology of the actresses and the characters. David and Jake go in, with love, on the cosmic breakdowns of Pru (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), Phoebe (Alyssa …
 
David and @Joyofnapping discuss the CDC's abruptly-updated guide to mask wearing. Support me on Patreon! Links: Vaccinated Americans may go without masks most places Hundreds of epidemiologists expected mask wearing to continue for at least a year The New York Times' world COVID vaccination tracker Major US retailers drop mask requirements Slate ar…
 
David Martin & Gabriel Uliburri, the founders of Real American Heroes Coffee Company talk with David Johnson about all of the various aspects of starting a business. Their original plan was for a coffee shop, but that changed into becoming an e-commerce business that is now branching out into coffee shops in Phoenix. The Air Force veterans were bot…
 
Cathy Engelbert, the first Commissioner of the WNBA, is no stranger to trailblazing. Formerly an executive with Deloitte for 33 years and eventually their first female CEO, Engelbert was thrilled to return to basketball after her own college career and being raised by a former NBA player. Listen as David and Cathy discuss diversity and inclusion in…
 
David Martin & Gabriel Uliburri, the founders of Real American Heroes Coffee Company talk with David Johnson about how they started their business. While deployed in Kuwait, David Martin & Gabriel Uliburri came up with a plan to launch a coffee company after they returned. They did research when they could and lined up places to call on after their…
 
Hot boys Mark Stoll (@gay_burp) and Ben Leary (@benlearyy) join David to talk about the coming summer of love, as Jupiter moves into Pisces (May 13–July 29) and we enter yet another eclipse season. Ben and Mark share essential predictions for the looks, music, styles and terrors you'll encounter on Riis Beach this summer. You can follow David on In…
 
Matt O’Brien of Mint Social, our guest on “The David Johnson Show,” has been in the digital marketing space for nearly 25 years. He speaks about how veterans can use this coronavirus time to find their passion, channel their energies, ignite their purpose, and put it to work in the community. “In this coronavirus time, I want to ask veterans ‘What'…
 
David chats with comedian Scott Seiss about what it was like to go mega-viral by making TikTok videos about IKEA. Support me on Patreon! Links: Viral tweet with Scott's TikToks Follow Scott on TikTok Scott's website Follow Scott on Twitter Follow David on TikTok This podcast is powered by Simplecast. Check them out at simplecast.com for a great pod…
 
Digital marketing strategist Matt O’Brien of MINT Social shares his insights on “The David Johnson Show” about what’s coming next in the worlds of technology and the Internet, and how veterans can find their niche in the emerging opportunity to become an influencer and make an impact. "The shallow, empty soul that some people feel that influencers …
 
When Mike Winkelmann, now widely known as the digital artist Beeple, sold an artwork at Christie’s for $69 million in March 2021, it shocked the art world—and created an escalating interest in and market for NFTs, digital art using blockchain technology that allows the work of digital artists like Beeple to be collected for the very first time. But…
 
Aaron Bare, a multi-talented entrepreneur who is co-founder of the Herozona Foundation, speaks on “The David Johnson Show” about an entrepreneur’s journey, which often involves failure more often in the early days, which lead to successes later on. “To get to success, part of that equation is failure,” says Aaron. “The reality is, is I’ve failed at…
 
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