Memento

June 24, 2021

How great are Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss and Joe Pantoliano in “Memento?” Does the simultaneous forward and backward telling of the story work for us or does it feel like a stunt? Why did Nolan and his brother Jonathan push for this to be in the Original Screenplay category at the Oscars? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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Please Stand By

June 23, 2021

When is a film that has scenes with Kirk and Spock not a Star Trek movie? Well . . . when it’s a film about a young woman writing an epic screenplay for a Star Trek contest.

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What Makes A “Best of the Best” Social Impact Initiative?

June 23, 2021

For Momentum’s Mollye Rhea drops by to talk about the 4 elements that make a ‘Best of the Best’ social impact effort.

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Using personalized music to help you focus with Will Henshall

June 22, 2021

Listening to music might help you focus, but what if it’s the wrong type of music for your brain? This week, Shelly talks with Will Henshall, musician, tech entrepreneur, and inventor behind focus@will, a new tool that can help you achieve greater focus for better productivity, particularly when you’re stressed and under pressure.

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Building Equitable Futures with TCS

June 22, 2021

To talk about how TCS put its employees, communities, and customers first throughout the pandemic, we welcomed back to the show Balaji Ganapathy, Chief Social Responsibility Officer at TCS.

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Navigating Anxiety, Rejection & Friendship with ADHD

June 22, 2021

Friendships are already hard with ADHD. What happens when you’re also living with social anxiety and rejection sensitivity? That’s this week on The ADHD Podcast.

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Fatherhood

June 22, 2021

Does this movie say anything new about being a dad or does it just rehash old ideas? Kevin Hart and the rest of the cast are great, but can they get past the script? Why is there a seven year jump in the middle of this film? It’s a frustrating one but worth the conversation in the board room. Tune in!

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When your Groove becomes a Rut: Surviving Divorce with Kate Anthony

June 22, 2021

This week we’re taking on the biggest question of the separation: should I stay or should I go? To help, we welcome Kate Anthony, host of the New York Times recommended podcast, The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast, and certified coach with over a decade’s worth of experience helping women make this decision for themselves.

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Flickchart Re-Ranking • June 2021 • Member Bonus

June 22, 2021

Andy and Pete duke it out with the ol’ tried-and-true method of RoShamBo as we re-rank some of our movies on Flickchart. This is another June Member Bonus Episode.

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In The Mandys

June 21, 2021

The Mandys head to New York to hang with Usnavi and the crew at the bodega. How well do they get along with Lin Manuel’s latest cinematic adventure? Let’s put it this way: Chu is a fantastic filmmaker. For the rest, you’ll have to listen to the show!

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Memento

June 24, 2021

How great are Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss and Joe Pantoliano in “Memento?” Does the simultaneous forward and backward telling of the story work for us or does it feel like a stunt? Why did Nolan and his brother Jonathan push for this to be in the Original Screenplay category at the Oscars? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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Please Stand By

June 23, 2021

When is a film that has scenes with Kirk and Spock not a Star Trek movie? Well . . . when it’s a film about a young woman writing an epic screenplay for a Star Trek contest.

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What Makes A “Best of the Best” Social Impact Initiative?

June 23, 2021

For Momentum’s Mollye Rhea drops by to talk about the 4 elements that make a ‘Best of the Best’ social impact effort.

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June 22, 2021

Listening to music might help you focus, but what if it’s the wrong type of music for your brain? This week, Shelly talks with Will Henshall, musician, tech entrepreneur, and inventor behind focus@will, a new tool that can help you achieve greater focus for better productivity, particularly when you’re stressed and under pressure.

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Tommy revels in our upcycled food future … especially the bugs! Plus, masks make you invisible (no, they don’t), injection panic, and big doors.

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