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Best Leigh Jones podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Leigh Jones podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This podcast is everything theatre. You will hear from actors (young and old), stage managers, designers, directors, those who run companies, and everything in between. These are conversations with people I have worked with or wish to work with in the future. Have as much fun listening to these as I have creating them.
 
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"If music be the food of love, play on." That William Shakespeare was onto something. I think he’s going to go places. So too is my guest, Nathan Leigh Jones, a musician and an academic. Let’s start with the facts he's an avid singer-songwriter: he's taken his piano all over the world, including performances at Joe's Pub in New York City, the Sydne…
 
It’s one of the stories that doesn’t quite seem real. Man has a really rough time in his life, starts a blog to cheer himself up--1,000 awesome things--it blows up, the book versions sell millions, the TEDx talk is seen by more millions, and he goes on to write more intriguing books, begin compelling podcasts and be a sought after keynote speaker. …
 
For many years, I did five year plans. I'd sit there and do my best to map out what the next five years were going to be like. I would imagine great things: bold ambitions and brilliant outcomes. The other day as I was sorting through old boxes of paper, I came across some of these plans. What was both hilarious and slightly depressing about them i…
 
UFC on ESPN Overeem vs Harris Breakdown, Predictions and betsWe breakdown the card and give our predictions.Alistair Overeem (Will Jon) vs. Walt Harris (43:20)Claudia Gadelha (Will Jon) vs. Angela Hill (39:47)Dan Ige vs. Edson Barboza (Will Jon) (34:07)Eryk Anders (Jon) vs. Krzysztof Jotko (Will) (30:18)Song Yadong (Will Jon) vs. Marlon Vera (25:32…
 
UFC on ESPN Smith vs Teixeira Breakdown, Predictions and betsWe breakdown the card and give our predictions.Anthony Smith (Will) vs. Glover Teixeira (Jon) (33:41)Ben Rothwell (Will Jon) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (29:55)Alexander Hernandez (Will) vs. Drew Dober (Jon) (25:06)Ricky Simon (Will) vs. Ray Borg (Jon) (21:22)Karl Roberson vs. Marvin Vettori (…
 
We Will Get Through This returns next week with another intriguing series of episodes. We'll be exploring how to see around corners, how to build micro-resilience, how to be invincible and so much more. This show is brought to you by The Advice Trap, Michael Bungay Stanier’s latest book. You can access a wide range of tools to help #TameYourAdviceM…
 
UFC 249 Ferguson vs Gaethje Breakdown, Predictions and betsWe breakdown the card and give our predictions.Tony Ferguson (Jon Will) vs. Justin Gaethje (54:38)Henry Cejudo (Jon Will) vs. Dominick Cruz (44:06)Francis Ngannou (Jon Will) vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik (39:18)Jeremy Stephens (Will) vs. Calvin Kattar (Jon) (33:29)Greg Hardy (Will) vs. Yorgan D…
 
It turns out, somewhat to my surprise, that the body isn’t just a nifty thing that carries around your head. There’s more to it than that. When I want to understand the power of emotions in a way that someone who lives in his head might understand, the person I go to is Dr Robert Biswas-Diener. Robert’s a psychologist, a researcher, and a coach, an…
 
I like hyphenates. People whose journey has meant that they’ve got a bit of this and a bit of that. People who’ve taken expertise from one world into another. People whose journey to now makes no sense and total sense at the same time. I’m a bit like that (so confirmation bias, I guess). So to is Dr. Edy Greenblatt. She is a resilience pioneer, a w…
 
When I'm thinking to myself, "All right. Who do I need to talk to about money? Who would be a great source of wisdom and calmness and guidance in this time?" I thought I should introduce you to the person who helps me most. I'm going to introduce you to my financial advisor, Rona Birenbaum, who is brilliant. I love her not just for how she manages …
 
Some years ago I was wandering up my street, Roncesvalles Avenue, here in Toronto where I live. I wandered into my library and one of the reasons I go into the library is so I can wander the shelves and I can let serendipity happen. A book waves at you and goes, hey, notice me! In this visit, a book leapt off the shelf: The Chairs Are Where the Peo…
 
When I moved to Toronto and first dipped my toes in the murky waters of professional coaching, the name that got whispered with awe in the coffee shops and the ICF chapter gatherings was Karen Wright. Karen was already doing “coaching 2.0” before we’d really figured out what “coaching 1.0” was. Smart, provocative, rigorous and values-based. She and…
 
Can you tell the difference between a good PowerPoint deck and one that’s lousy? Do you have a commitment to slides that are useful, elegant and that tell a story? Do you feel some part of your soul die when you’re subjected to some poorly planned and poorly designed presentation? If so, knowingly or not, you’re likely a disciple of Nancy Duarte. S…
 
This is the first season of We Will Get Through This, and of course I’m curious … should I keep doing it? Personally, I’m really enjoying the conversations, but I want to make sure that they’re useful for you too. Will you email and let me know? Tell me what you like and don’t like about the show. Suggest some awesome guests, if someone comes to mi…
 
Ric Leahy, my guest in this episode, was almost responsible for a career choice of mine that would have been disastrous, both for me and my country. Ric and I went to high school together. When we hit our final year, Ric had a plan: “I'm going to win a scholarship and join the navy." And I thought … well, why not. I'm going to join the air force. R…
 
Now I'm not going to name names but, oh, you need to know I have them in my head right now. I can see them, I can hear them, I can feel my breath getting a little faster, my shoulders going up around my ears, my spine stiffening, my jaw clenching a bit. Equally, and I hope this is true for you as well, there are some people who calm me down. People…
 
One of the few people in my life who was a great boss to me was Kate Lye. One of the reasons I truly love Kate, and this will sound a bit odd, is her intolerance. Intolerance not of people so much, but of shonky, flabby thinking. She has an ability to stick a finger at the kind of weak thinking that often shows up in the world of leadership and res…
 
The poet Muriel Rukeyser wrote, “The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.” I think, actually, it’s likely made of both … and while I can’t really claim any deep expertise in physics, I do know a little bit about the power of story-telling. A little bit. But not as much as Bernadette Jiwa who amongst other things has teamed up with Seth Godin …
 
I was introduced to the concept of projects and project management through a productivity guy: David Allen. In David’s book Getting Things Done, he says (and I paraphrase), "We get overwhelmed by all the stuff on our plates. Start thinking about almost everything you do as a project, and then you can start managing it as a project." David’s introdu…
 
Dorie Clark has been described by no less than the New York Times as an expert in self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives. That’s probably all you need to know. But in case you’re asking yourself, “yes, but what else?” know that she's a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review and is author of a number of books includ…
 
Money is so often a source of anxiety … and that’s during the good times. When times are hard, money can prove to be an even more significant source of concern and stress. That’s why I invited Bruce Sellery to be a guest on the podcast. I met him many years ago when he was a business journalist, and he’s gone on to be the host of the Million Dollar…
 
Jen Louden is one of my most important friends. We met fifteen years ago (it might even be more), when a mutual friend suggested we be part of a mastermind group together. Honestly, I wasn’t sure it would last. She was the best-selling author of The Women’s Comfort Book, the first mega-selling book on self-care … and what I assumed was likely a who…
 
The first time I saw Chester, he was wearing one of his trademark orange shirts and was surrounded by adoring fans at a learning and development conference. It was clear that people loved him. To be honest, I was irritated. I wanted some of that mojo for myself! When I got to know him years later, I discovered that, well, I loved him too … the man …
 
Confession: I’m not that great at conflict. For WAY too long my motto has been: Why have conflict when you can passively aggressively avoid it in some way? But the truth is, if we’re going to get through this, we need to manage conflict as best we can. Avoid the unnecessary fights; and fight well in the conflicts we have to have to move forward. Th…
 
Lots of people have one piece of the resilience puzzle. Their experience and expertise has given them insight on, say, nutrition or money or self-care or community building. These people are awesome, and they’ll be coming on the show. Few people have an established model about resilience, based on empirical evidence and tested in both the business …
 
Jamie Richardson talks talks Speed at MW, Grappling gains and training with Paul Daley before he will face off with Matthew Bonner at Cage Warriors 113.***Disclaimer somehow the first 4 minutes of the interview audio didn't record***Please feel free to LIKE, SHARE or COMMENT below on your picks or bets, most importantly hit that SUBSCRIBE button. M…
 
Steve Aimable talks 2020 plan, Focus on one fight and Holiday perks before facing Perry Goodwin at Cage Warriors 113.Please feel free to LIKE, SHARE or COMMENT below on your picks or bets, most importantly hit that SUBSCRIBE button. MMA Huddle is a podcast which is looking to spread the word of MMA to everyone and share in our passion of the sport …
 
Mason Jones talks Wrestling growth, Boxing with Jamie Cox and Urijah Fabers connections before his shot at the Cage Warriors 155 belt when he faces Joe McColgan.**Disclaimer*** This was recorded prior to the madness of fights being changed and the card finally going ahead.Please feel free to LIKE, SHARE or COMMENT below on your picks or bets, most …
 
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