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WINE: The Long and the Short of It

Antonia Dominguez & Lynda Coogan

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Attention- Wine Lovers if you’re in a rut choosing the same reliable bottle or confused by the plethora of options instores and on wine lists, then this is the podcast for you! We are here to help you understand wine lingo, pick out stellar wines, read wine labels like a pro and much more.Your hosts Antonia Dominguez & Lynda Coogan, have a combined 27 years of experience in the wine trade. They will take you on a journey that navigates the complexities of this fascinating tipple in a fun and ...
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Welcome to The Long And Short Of It! We talk about literally anything that comes to mind. Tim is the long, Deanna is the short, but in terms of storytelling - we are opposite to our sizes! This is a podcast where we are anything but short and sweet: we discuss random scenarios and ponder them for too long!
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And no, we’re not referring to Lynda and Antonia! In this episode we discuss the weird and wonderful of the wine world, sharing our experience of somewhat quirky and lesser-known practices in viticulture and winemaking, as well as relatively undiscovered grape varieties, regions and off-the-beaten-track wine destinations. This podcast is sponsored …
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Inspired by the year 2,000, Jen and Pete noodle on the anticipation and building up to a big event, and how we might utilize that planning period in our every day life. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are some tools to utilize if there is something coming up that makes you nervous? Within a large event or difficult discu…
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WE ARE BACK with Season 4! And we are very excited to be back in studio sharing our tales of trips, tastings and Ted Lasso no less! Join Antonia and Lynda as we catch up on the last few months and give you a glimpse of the episodes to come in Season 4! This podcast is sponsored by Give Wine A Future, promoting sustainability in the wine industry. T…
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Inspired by advice from a pediatrician, Pete and Jen noodle on questions that inspire a different perspective when it comes to leadership. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Is this certain issue bothering me, or is it bothering my client or direct report? How might we think about leadership in terms of the needs of the person o…
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This week, Jen and Pete appreciate the idea of looking for the genius in the every person they interact with, from clients to friends to strangers. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does it mean to assume genius in someone else? Why is it important to have belief in someone, even if they might not have it of themselves? Wh…
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Inspired by a book by Priya Parker, Pete and Jen noodle on the idea of how to begin the leading of a gathering, and how that beginning might affect the rest of the experience. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: Why might it be best not to start a funeral with logistics? Why is context imporant, when thinking about a beginning? W…
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Inspired by a new aha moment, Jen and Pete noodle on how there might be five points of contact in many different social interactions, and how we might prepare for these exchanges. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are the five points of contact in an audition? How might the five points of contact apply to many different so…
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Inspired by a song by Gloria Estefan, Jen and Pete noodle on the idea of getting up on your feet early in the creative process. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are the benefits to getting up on your feet early in the creation of a workshop or keynote? Why is context important when getting a new idea up on its feet in fro…
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Inspired by an idea from James Clear, Pete and Jen noodle on the categorization of a problem as either a muddy puddle or a leaky ceiling. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the difference between a problem that is a muddy puddle and a problem that is a leaky ceiling? How might someone determine how to categorize challeng…
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This week, Jen and Pete think about procrastination and ask the question: Is this form of procrastination actually helping the work? Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: When might procrastination actually be useful? What is the relationship between curiosity, process, white space, and procrastination? What negative stories do we …
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After both having done workshops on feedback, Jen and Pete thrash about the relationship between feedback and dramatic structure. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might feedback follow a three act structure, both in giving and in receiving? When giving feedback, how might we consider the context and circumstances in which …
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After a week of riding his own wave, Pete brings Jen the story of his experience and they thrash about it together. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does it mean to ride the wave, metaphorically? How might we gather momentum to form a wave of our own? What might we do when we are preparing for the wave to come? To hear al…
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This week, Jen and Pete share the tools that their clients and they themselves use in order to muster up some gumption. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are some tactics we could use to help when we are feeling vulnerable or nervous? Why might these tactics be successful, and when is it best to use them? How often do Pete…
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This week, Pete and Jen's love of acronyms brings them to a discussion of Shane Parrish's acronym of H.A.L.T. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does H.A.L.T. stand for? How might H.A.L.T. act as a checklist in the decision making process? What might we gain by checking in with ourselves and others before making a decision?…
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Jen and Pete thrash about the process of creating exercises, and think about when it might be useful to use an exercise when trying to help another person (or themselves) to reach a goal or outcome. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the difference between a note, an adjustment, and an exercise? What are certain situatio…
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This week, Pete and Jen dive in to how exciting it can be to be a beginner...and also thrilling and frustrating and scary, and a whole smorgasbord of emotions. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might you seek out ways to become a beginner again? What tools might you utilize when you're a beginner, to help you learn? In what…
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This week, Jen and Pete noodle on giving and receiving feedback on a scale of one to ten, combined with the question of what it would take to achieve your desired number on that scale. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: How might a scale of 1 to 10 actually help thwart perfectionism? Why might feedback given on a scale be receiv…
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Having returned from his own solo off-site, Pete shares with Jen about his experience, and together, they noodle on tips and tricks for people looking to create their own version. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is a solo off-site? How might a change in environment help you to think about things that aren't brought up in…
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In a highly anticipated episode, Jen generously unveils her STAR|MAP process for Pete and you, the listeners. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is a STAR|MAP? How might we create and follow through with purpose-driven goals? What are some strategies for sticking with habits and plans? To hear all episodes and read full tra…
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This week, Pete shares with Jen the idea of subject matter expertise phenomenon (SMEP), and together they noodle on how they might use the knowledge of that phenomenon to help coach leaders. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does "SMEP" mean, in both business and theatrical contexts? What are four core tenants of leadershi…
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In celebration of Quitters Day (January 12th), Jen and Pete noodle on all things surrounding quitting: why someone might quit, what can help us to not quit, and when it might actually be a good idea to quit. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What is the relationship between boundaries and quitting? How might we link motivation …
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In a thriller of an episode, Jen tells Peter the story of her missing stools, and they noodle on what she learned from the whole experience. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What happened to Jen's stools? What is fundamental attribution error? How might we always assume best intent? To hear all episodes and read full transcrip…
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In another annual tradition, Jen and Pete share how they are reflecting on the previous year and how they are planning for the coming year (or five years, in Jen's case). Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are some useful questions Pete is using to prepare for 2024? What word is particularly exciting for Jen in her goals fo…
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In their annual tradition, Pete and Jen go through their favorite things from the past year. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about their favorite: Fiction book Non-fiction book. Podcast. Episode of The Long and The Short Of It. Documentary/TV show/film. Aha moment. Video. Habit. Person. To hear all episodes and read full transcripts…
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This week, Jen and Pete noodle on both looking up to someone on a pedestal and being the person put on the pedestal. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What does it mean to put someone on a pedestal? How might status change within the same framework? How might we utilize our idolization of certain people? To hear all episodes an…
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This one is all about bubbles! As you get stocked up for this festive season, tune in to hear about the wide range of options for you to choose from for your celebratory fizz this Christmas, and find out Lynda and Antonia’s personal favorites and tips! This podcast is sponsored by Give Wine A Future, promoting sustainability in the wine industry. T…
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This week, Jen comes to Pete needing to be coached on how to approach a big scary thing that she's been working on. Specifically, in this episode Jen and Pete talk about: What are some strategies for taking on a big scary thing? Why might it be helpful to imagine what other people may say in response to the thing you're working on? How might we dev…
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