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Honest talk about surviving and thriving as an entrepreneur. Never scripted. Always funny (or so we believe). Join us as we tell stories about our daily experiences and the lessons we learn from them. Being an entrepreneur means having a sense of humor, taking one day at a time, and continually learning and growing. Buckle up, cause we cover a lot of ground!
 
A podcast taking you inside the United Nations and beyond the carefully written policy speeches to where the real work is being done: the unscripted debates on the most pressing issues of our time. Hosted by PassBlue reporters Kacie Candela and Stephanie Fillion. Available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever you get your podcasts. PassBlue is an independent, women-led digital publication offering in-depth journalism on the US-UN relationship and its effects on women’s issues, human rights, peac ...
 
Scripted helps you find affordable writers to create great content on any industry, in any format. You pick from a pool of highly-vetted freelancers and use our platform as a one-stop shop for everything - from blog ideas to managing deadlines to measuring ROI. Whether you're a small business, an agency, or an enterprise company, Scripted has the best writers and tools to take your content marketing operation to the next level.
 
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Gisele's dog, Zena, was sprayed by a skunk in the middle of the night; whilst Gisele was less than fully clothed. This very resilient dog was also sprayed 1 year ago... in the mouth! So, when this same skunk walked into her yard after just a few nights ago having wrecked havoc on her and her mother's life (THIS IS NO EXAGERATION) the brave dog deci…
 
France takes over the presidency of the Security Council at a major turning point in its foreign policy: it has announced it is scaling down its long military presence in West Africa. Also this month: France hosts the final Generation Equality Forum, in Paris. We talk to French Deputy Permanent Representative Nathalie Broadhurst and a French politi…
 
The journey of an employer is to ultimately: just suck a little less a little each time LOL To learn more about what Andy does and more of his content go to: AndyKerrCoaching.com Facebook: @andykerrcoaching Purchase Andy's Book A Story and A Point To find more awesome content from Gisele visit: Honest.CEO Facebook: @HonestCEOvlog Instagram: @Honest…
 
Andy tells a fresh story. The story of the foot injury that happened the day before this episode was recorded. There are hats, sinks, laundry, scalding hot water, urgent care, a new pair of shorts and stitches involved in this story. There were no animals harmed in the recording of this podcast. The point is arrived at as a result of a team effort …
 
We're wrapping up Season 2! Andy wrote a book awhile ago and we are just finally telling the stories. Gisele does an amazing job of setting up the each story and helping to unpack each point. Story #1 The Lobster Lady from Maine. Are you in a job or life situation that you hate? Why are you still there? Ask yourself the question: what got me here a…
 
Why do some people feel the need to complain no matter what? What are the types of feedback that are helpful? Why are reviews so important for your business? Gisele explains the differences between the 1 star, the 5 star, and the 3 or 4 star reviews, as well as, how they're important for advertising your business. She shares strategies on how to ad…
 
Andy breaks down his 100 mile trek and the lessons he learned from it. The Allegheny 100 is an annual challenge through the Allegheny Forest in PA on the North Country Trail. Due to Covid the trail association was not running shuttles so the turned all participants around at the 50 mile mark. Andy kept going. He talks about getting turned around 5 …
 
Gisele had an awesome vacation in Miami and insists on rubbing it in! Mean while Andy having to endure 45 degree temperatures and 50 mile an hour wind gusts culminating in an enormous tree falling on my SUV. Gisele continues to mention that she was in Miami and how warm it was. But seriously, plan your vacations ahead time so that you can't back ou…
 
On this episode, we have a very special guest: Eva-Maria Liimets, Estonia's foreign minister, as well as Estonian ambassador to the UN, Sven Jurgenson, who assumes the Security Council presidency in June. Estonia is the only country in the world that is not a monarchy that is led by a woman president and a woman prime minister. We discuss how women…
 
Andy asks Gisele, "Why did you decide to become an entrepreneur? Then she shares how it started as a kid at 11 years old, then as a teen, in to her adulthood. She kept seeing the opportunities and realized she could do it herself. Gisele explains getting into the franchising space with Curves and what she learned. What problems are you experiencing…
 
"Bruh, I see you!!" Andy is trying not to be old and running lot as he trains for this 100 mile fundraiser for the Erie City Mission. We just want to be seen by others! Sympathy vs. Empathy - It makes a world of difference. If you don't wanna suck at life, learn the real difference between these two and use it appropriately! If you really want to s…
 
Grandma is back!! Gisele shares her time in Tennessee. During their bonding time where a tiny bit of alcohol was consumed, Grandma shared her "House Rules". We then take that concept and run with it. Who are you letting into your life and who are you closing the door on? What are your house rules? Where do you need to create boundaries in your life…
 
China assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council for May, trying to control the narrative around the Covid-19 pandemic, Myanmar and human rights all in one month, in a packed agenda. In this episode, you’ll hear from Dr. Rosemary Foot, an Oxford professor who has recently published a book titled "China, the UN, and Human Protection: Beliefs,…
 
Andy talks about his cat, Monster, that he had to bottle feed. And Gisele is more of a dog person by the way. Andy's cat ate the nipple off the bottle and it got stuck. So Gisele decides to make a point about her business. Then we shift to discussing the kind of people you have around you and who makes you a better person. "You are the average of t…
 
Gisele talks about her trip to Tennessee to do work around her Grandmother's property. Tells us just how much of an influence her grandma has has one her life and tells and awesome story about their trip to Canada. Andy turns her impromptu story in to a lesson about how confidence is a super power. Do not fake it till you make it. Instead of being …
 
Andy drives his brother's SmartCar to New York City. Interview with the Amen Clinic. Making connections with super cool people like Karen Mayo who is the nutritionist at the New York City branch. Please pick up her book... "Mindful Eating: 30 Days To A Whole New You" Andy runs out of gas on the way home. Are you running on empty? What is the fuel t…
 
As Vietnam assumes the UN Security Council presidency, harsh crackdowns by the Myanmar military continue in the country after the Feb. 1 coup d’état. And since Vietnam presented itself as a "bridge builder" when it joined the Council in January 2020, its ability to bring the 14 other members together on specifically preventing further atrocities in…
 
Andy runs too much! Why would he do this? Gisele thinks that's dumb. The Allegheny 100 and the Erie City Mission. How to maximize your travel and learn as you go. One of the benefits of entrepreneurship is turning your vacations into business trips. Utilizing your pretax income. Who know, you might even have fun with your R&D!! Forgetaboutit! Shout…
 
There is a concept in Daoism called Wu wei or effortless action. Learning how to let things go. Non action is an action in and of itself. What challenges are you facing today? What's within your control to change? Are you wasting energy beating your head against a wall that won't move? Have you stop to see if there may be a door nearby? Go outside!…
 
What have you stopped doing that has helped you reach your goals? Gisele explains her shift in her social media strategy and what has stopped/started doing. What can you consume less of and create more of? "It make no sense to make plans for the future if you can not enjoy the present." -Alan Watts Have you been taking this amazing world we live in…
 
Do you have a big decision to make in your life or business? What needs to change in order for you to be successful? And What do you really want? Gisele shares about the need to pivot in her property management business, Strongman Services, to focus on the growth of her café. She talks about the need to discover who you are apart from what you have…
 
The newly arrived American ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, hits the ground sprinting as she assumes the presidency of the Security Council in March. On today's episode, we speak with retired Ambassador Ruth A. Davis, one of the ambassador's longtime mentors; Peter Yeo, President of the Better World Campaign and Senior Vice President …
 
Britain assumes the Security Council in February with a new ambassador: Permanent Representative Barbara Woodward, who was most recently her country's ambassador to China. In this episode, she shares how her new job compares with working in Beijing and how staying fit helps her get through tense diplomatic negotiations, wherever she lives. Richard …
 
It has been 10 years since the Arab Spring, which started in Tunisia in 2011 and forced the exile of its president and strongman, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. Now, a democratic Tunisia assumes the UN Security Council rotating presidency in January as an elected member. To discuss Tunisia's priorities and diplomatic strategy, we are joined by Tunisia’s …
 
We've been in quarantine =D Find out what we've been up to while being isolated. Gisele had to rethink how to market to customers to draw them to the cafe while operating with the new restrictions. Finding the positive in all this crazy is essential. She had to take on the challenge of running her businesses on her own and navigating the constant c…
 
PassBlue is a non-profit media site, and we depend on your generous donations to help us report on important stories about the UN. In December, PassBlue takes part in NewsMatch, a national matching-gift campaign that drives donations to nonprofit newsrooms. If you give today at https://www.newsmatch.org/organizations/passblue, NewsMatch doubles you…
 
“America is back”: In this episode, we detail the challenges the new White House faces to fully commit to the UN again, including rejoining all the UN entities and agreements it left, resigned from or defunded under the Trump administration, like the Paris Agreement and the World Health Organization. To sort it all out, we ask three experts: Larry …
 
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an island nation in the Caribbean, is the smallest country ever elected to the Security Council, and this month, it assumes the Council Presidency for the first time. There is nothing conventional about the country’s ambassador, Rhonda King. On this episode, she shares with us her government’s sometimes confusing for…
 
The Nobel Committee awarded the World Food Program a Nobel Peace Prize this month, for 2020. This is the UN system's 12th time winning the world's highest recognition for peace, and it comes as the UN celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. PassBlue contributor Clair MacDougall shares with us how David Beasley, the Executive Director of the WFP,…
 
Russia has a new deputy ambassador at its UN mission in New York: Anna Evstigneeva, the first woman to hold the position there. Evistgneeva, who originally hails from St. Petersburg, gives us her take on Russia's Security Council presidency this month as the Council tackles high-stakes topics such as the expiration of the arms embargo on Iran and t…
 
On Sept. 21, 2020, the United Nations opens the 75th General Assembly session. But this year's debate will be unlike any other. As the Covid-19 pandemic still rages and because travel restrictions remain in effect in New York City, the usual retinue of heads of state and their delegates will be mostly staying home –– sending video speeches instead.…
 
Niger assumes the Security Council presidency this month, bringing the voice of Africa’s Sahel region to the body as it and its neighbors battle terrorism and chronic instability in the region. On the show, we talk with Ambassador Abdou Abarry about the country's plans for the Council, especially as the United States triggers the snapback provision…
 
As the world unites to help Lebanon recover from a blast that decimated parts of its capital on Aug. 4 and killed nearly 200 people, some powerful members of the Security Council in New York are arguing over the mandate renewal of the UN's peacekeeping mission in the country, UNIFIL. On today's show, we talk to Ambassador Amal Mudallali, the ambass…
 
Indonesia assumes the Security Council presidency this month, and two big items are on its agenda: burgeoning its role as a 'bridge builder' between small and large powers on the Council, and transitioning the Council to in-person voting on Council resolutions. On today's show, we hear from Indonesian Ambassador to the UN, Dian Triansyah Djani, as …
 
It is no secret that the global economy has taken a major hit from Covid-19. While graduations from universities, colleges and other schools were canceled or moved online, there is still an entire class of young people entering the job market who are passionate about multilateralism, global development, human rights and sustainability. But how can …
 
Germany is regarded as one of the most powerful defenders of multilateralism in the world right now and has largely resisted the current global wave of populism and isolationism. But Chancellor Angela Merkel, the face of Germany since 2005, is retiring in 2021. What role will the country play on the world stage without her? As Germany begins its la…
 
Happy Birthday, UN Charter! As the United Nations turns 75, UN-Scripted looks at the past, present and future of the organization through the sharp eyes of elders and youth. In this episode, you’ll hear from former heads of states, diplomats and United Nations officials on what they believe are the UN’s greatest accomplishments and the path ahead f…
 
Bonjour! If you want to learn a new language to add to your list of quarantine ambitions, now may be the time to learn some very basic French — at least diplomatic French. In June, France assumes the Security Council presidency and is insisting on leading its meetings in la langue de Molière. On the show, we're joined by two longtime French diploma…
 
Dr. Jillann Farmer has managed her share of crises as United Nations medical director, such as the Ebola outbreak in 2014 in West Africa and the Syrian chemical attacks that occurred in the country soon after that epidemic. Last winter, Dr. Farmer was ready to move on to a new job after 7 years at the UN to return to her native Australia, when the …
 
In May, Estonia assumes the UN Security Council presidency for the first time ever, bringing with it global expertise in cybersecurity and digital governance, just when the world seems to need it most. On this episode, we are joined by Estonian Permanent Representative Sven Jorgensen, who has been representing Estonia abroad even before it gained i…
 
The coronavirus pandemic could change dynamics in the global political landscape that seemed unchangeable only last month. Will sanctions regimes be one of its victims?Many parties in the international community are debating whether to loosen sanctions in certain countries to help them fight the pandemic, but critics say that bad actors are using t…
 
As the Dominican Republic assumes the Security Council presidency in April, Special Envoy José Singer Weisinger is inheriting a body fundamentally changed by the Covid-19 pandemic. He's presiding over "informal" video teleconference meetings and a flexible schedule from his country's capital, Santo Domingo, instead of from the Security Council cham…
 
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