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I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. It grew out of our friendship and delight in talking about art, where we, two freelance curators, openly discuss and question what we are doing, why we are doing it, and open up this conversation to our colleagues. In each episode we talk to our guests about their work, professional trajectory, motivation, and reasons to work as a curator or otherwise.
 
It is a very unique experience to grow up stuck between two cultures. The children of immigrants have to juggle the culture of the society they are in and the culture brought over by their parents. The metro Atlanta area is just now witnessing these "second generation" immigrants becoming adults and creating a whole new hybrid culture. I hope you hear our stories and opinions and that it will help us be seen and understood. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ihtht/support
 
I have taken the leap. I have given up my full time job to peruse what lights me up, what sets my soul on fire. I have nothing and have no expectations but long so deeply to set up my own business and free myself from any form of 9-5 job. I always get to hear other peoples success stories but never get to experience the process. Therefore I am here to document my process, the daily struggles, the highs and lows and see where this journey takes me. Join me for the ride. Amy x
 
I Hope the Day Has a Good You! -- is like bacon for your brain! At under five minutes an episode, start your day with a dose of inspiration and motivation and a dash of perspective. Hosted by creative entrepreneur John-Erik Moseler, takeaways will include success principles collected over the last 22+ years in the areas of business, leadership and most importantly, being a dad. You will hear stories from his adventures at culture-rich environments like Disney, Pixar, and NASA. John-Erik has ...
 
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I Share Hope: Chris Williams

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I Share Hope: Chris Williams

Chris Williams interviews leaders such as John Lee dumas, Susan Polgar, Jake Shimabukuro, Doug Goldstein and others, 3 days a week, telling stories about hope and ways to share hope.

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I Share Hope is a series of interviews with world leaders discussing their beliefs and experiences with hope and how they use hope on a daily basis in their own life and in the lives of others. They discuss real stories from their past and cover such topics as experience, relationships, failure, success, coping, depression, suicide, acceptance, business, psychological issues, illness, inspirational and motivational ideas, life, vision, goal setting, love, family, friends, strength, action st ...
 
Heroine may cause a man to feel invincible. Cocaine may make a man feel like he can run past the speed of light. Ecstasy may make a man feel like every nerve in his body is coming alive. Still, no matter how potent those substances may be, it's a fact, love is the most potent drug of all. This fact is especially true when Juan awakens from a two-month coma, unsure of what his life had been. The only time he feels he is close to the truth is in the presence of women with specific characterist ...
 
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I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode, we talk with Zippora Elders with whom we delve into the imaginative realm of curating, connecting the personal to profound questions, and her approach to navigating institutions.Zippora Elders is the chief curator (head curatorial…
 
I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode, we talk with Zippora Elders with whom we delve into the imaginative realm of curating, connecting the personal to profound questions, and her approach to navigating institutions. Zippora Elders is the chief curator (head curatoria…
 
I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode, we talk with Paul O'Neill. We discuss Paul’s professional trajectory from being an artist to becoming a curator; the many different modes one can work as a curator; the notion of failure as a threshold of learning, and accumulativ…
 
I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode we talk with Sofia Lemos who shares with us her curatorial trajectory, how she relates to art institutions and her interest in bringing together the discursive, the spiritual and the artistic. We also discuss the meaning of utopia …
 
I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode we talk to the three core members of Sarmad: Alireza Abbasy, Golnar Abbasi, and Arvand Pourabbasi. Sarmad is an independent, non-profit interdisciplinary platform for research, publishing, collective thinking, and education in the …
 
Our guest this week is Jeff, a world instrument store owner whose life is truly Rock 'N Roll. I first met Jeff when he was outside his store playing his guitar and I stood there to take in the moment. It’s fascinating how music has not only shaped his life but also the people close to him. Jess exemplifies how a passion, of living on the edge, can …
 
I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this episode we talk to Sara Giannini, curator, writer and educator currently affiliated with the Amsterdam based organisation If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Revolution.We discussed Sara’s approach to curating, which usually …
 
Welcome to the second season of I Hope This Message Finds You Well, a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. This episode is with us. We return to our initial conversation in 2020 and discuss what we have learned from our guest in season 1, and what has changed in our personal and professional lives since then. The episode w…
 
I’m excited for you all to meet, Claudia. She is in her year of yes! Living life's best best moments by simply accepting all the new adventures that come her way. Claudia is originally from Texas and eventually found her way to NYC and she is not stopping. This year she challenged herself to put herself first and take all of what life has to offer.…
 
This episode we welcome the salsa-dancing Ines. Her dance moves and rhythm caught my attention but her story touched my heart. In our conversation, Ines reminisces about her NY club days that would turn into late nights with friends. I find her so special, because of her instinct to always be the first to help others, including her late son who thi…
 
This week’s episode is close to my heart, as we welcome John. I first met John in my building as we are neighbors and now I feel lucky to call him my friend. He often visits and brings his crossword puzzles to finish as I do my own work, his companionship means the world to me. John makes me laugh, always has a quick witted response for any moment …
 
I’m excited for this week’s guest: Hattie, a rebellious, sex/dating coach and media personality. She is a self proclaimed COUGAR. Hattie has been featured on the Howard Stern Show, International media outlets and was even blocked by Tinder! We also get to hear a softer side of Hattie as she shares her battle with depression and her love of being a …
 
This week we welcome Janet, a retired teacher who found love later in life. While teaching, she discovered a passion for theater, which is her professional highlight and produced her first scandal (we all love a scandal!). She re-lives the time she met the love of her life and with some caution they marry. I consider this peak romance. This episode…
 
Please welcome Eric, a born and raised New Yorker, who has figured out the secret for life. He doesn't mince his words, so maybe don't let the kids listen to this episode. He had me laughing throughout the conversion and I’m sure he will have the same effect on you. We met in the most random way. How? He was my Uber driver! So come on this ride wit…
 
On episode 130 we had Joe Song come to talk about his transition out of his pastoral role to becoming a law enforcement officer. Now it’s time to hear his wife’s side of the story and how she, Grace Song, managed to juggle running her household and working a full time job all while supporting her husband in his journey. Come listen to this super wo…
 
Today we welcome a fellow NY stand-up comedian Taffy Jaffy. Taffy engages audiences with her charm and hilarious jokes, she was also on Americas Got Talent. We get to re-live the magical moments she had with the love of her life, Vinny. Her one liners, sprinkled throughout our conversation, are unmatched. As she says, she was born talking. Let’s co…
 
It has been quite a journey for Henry that led him to become the owner and operator of Who Wants A Break. From being at an incredibly difficult job with crazy hours, to being depressed, finding the surprising event that would become the turning point, to trying out different things, and finally starting a venture that he enjoys called Who Wants A B…
 
Listen to a sneak peek of the brand new podcast: I hope this ages well. Jilberto, a standup comedian, interviews the most senior members of our communities. Inspired by his close relationship with his Grandma, he connects with more grandparents/great aunts and uncles. In each interview we will learn more about an important generation stories, memor…
 
Pastor Joe has stepped back from his role as a pastor at his church and changed his vocation. Tune in to hear about the drastic change, what motivated the change, and how it affected those around him! Any and all feedback can be transmitted via: Email: IHTHTPodcast@gmail.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/ihopetheyhearthis --- Support this podcast: h…
 
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