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Welcome to the WANTcast: The Women Against Talk Podcast -lessons in moving forward fearlessly, and spreading the (good) word. In each episode, writer, speaker, coach and WANT founder Katie Horwitch unpacks tips, tools, motivation and inspiration to help you shift your self-talk: the internal narrative you have on loop 24/7 that tells you who you are and who you should be. You can't change the world until you change YOUR world, first - and shifting your self-talk is where it all begins. Dive ...
 
After nearly two decades of reporting on culture and the economy, host Sonari Glinton meets people who are looking for solutions to the cracks exposed by the pandemic. From how we care for our children and elderly, to what to do with shopping malls... these are stories of everyday people trying to figure things out, and where they’re finding hope. Now, What's Next? was formerly the Morgan Stanley Ideas podcast. We reimagined and renamed the series in 2020. Seasons 1-4 of Ideas can still be f ...
 
Hideo Higashibaba left the cult he was born into when he was 22 years old. The Unification Church, also known as the Moonies, was founded in Korea by a man named Sun Myung Moon who proclaimed he was the Second Coming of Christ. In Growing Up Moonie, Hideo asks people he grew up with what their childhoods were like and shares his struggle to make sense of his weird sheltered youth and the person he grew up to be. Edited and co-produced by Quinn Myers.
 
Self Evident is here we decide where we come from, where we belong, and where we're going — by telling Asian America's stories. As more Americans are asking, “How do I fit into this time of reckoning with race, power, culture, and identity?” our mission-driven podcast presents reported narratives and radically open conversations that help listeners of all backgrounds take on the tough questions about who we are. Self Evident is a Studiotobe production, made with the support of our listener c ...
 
Real apologies from real people around the globe. Each short episode showcases an apology ranging from hilarious to heartbreaking. Hosted by the show's creator Brett de Hoedt. The show is intimate - total strangers reveal themselves - and genuinely most diverse. Apologies come from China, Palestine, Australia, Bangladesh, Macedonia, New Zealand, Kenya, the Philippines, India and more. Original score by Brian Wallace.
 
Keeping It Queer is an all-things Queer podcast hosted by Navin Noronha and Farhad Karkaria. The show looks at the world through a much-required queer lens and covers everything from laws and pop culture to queer lives and myths surrounding being "different". Come on out and join them on this journey. We're not in Kansas anymore Dorothy.
 
Joy can be found in all sorts of places. Here on the True Joy Podcast, we spotlight uplifting stories of friendship, family, faith and fellowship so the light of joy can shine with you. Join us for engaging interviews and stories that will both inspire and challenge you with hosts Kevin Fuqua and Gary Lyons. And visit our website www.yourtruejoy.com to follow along with the show, submit prayer requests and topic suggestions.
 
When a crime ends in a conviction, the victims or their families are often allowed to give a statement to the court about the impact of the crime on their lives. But when these life altering events go unsolved, do not end in a conviction, or aren’t crimes at all, the victims and their families do not have this opportunity. The stories on this podcast are their Impact Statements.
 
Zach Ricker is a 23 year old who is the founder of S.H.Y. Double A (A.K.A. - S.H.Y.A.A. and stands for SEEK HELP, YOU AREN'T ALONE) and he also speaks about his own experience with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts. He will discuss his own experiences, mental health, life in general and will also have guests on the podcast to discuss their personal experiences. Zach is bringing awareness to mental health and showing other that they are not alone while giving people a perspective on l ...
 
Are you paving the way for the life you want? Facing decisions that may affect you personally and financially? The Decision Dialogues Podcast, brought to you by Modera Wealth Management, presents personal stories covering pivotal moments and their impact on one’s overall financial goals. In a world where money matters are often unspoken, you will hear candid, personal accounts from a wide spectrum of successful individuals. You will learn about the decisions they faced— and gain inspirationa ...
 
Sketch comedy, personal stories, original music, insightful essays, and short fiction. Life Lab Notes creates and curates episodes that look at life and how it works, and sometimes doesn't work. Each episode is about 15 minutes of entertaining, funny, uplifting, thought-provoking treats.
 
A comedy chat show hosted by award-winning comedian, author and accidental relationship guru Rosie Wilby. She and a rotating cast of her acclaimed performer pals look back at their best and worst romantic breakup stories. Tragedy plus time equals comedy, right? The Breakup Monologues was initially developed as part of a multi-platform project supported using public funding by Arts Council England. The music used in the series is Hackbeat Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creativ ...
 
Every human being has a story to tell. I'm no different. I tell my story by analyzing our society and culture, sharing personal stories, and using myself as an example of what not to do in life. You may not always agree with what you hear, but I'm sure you'll find my perspective interesting.
 
She+ Geeks Out (hosted by Rachel Murray and Felicia Jadczak) brings you the voices of womxn from all walks of life to share with you what they geek out about-- their passions, talents, struggles, and successes. This doesn't mean that they're going to be tech talks (although they might be!). Each episode will feature the hosts and their guests talking about topics including health, psychology, art, music, learning, and more-- the list goes on. Episodes are fun, engaging, and provide some nugg ...
 
Each week Hollywood’s most talented people in the entertainment industry share true, personal stories on the Story Worthy Podcast. Story Worthy celebrates 11 years of podcasting in July 2021! Listen wherever you want and catch up on all the TRUE stories from your favorite talents! Christine Blackburn is the creator and host of Story Worthy. Brand new episode every Tuesday! Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show is LIVE every Friday night on Facebook and YouTube! No tickets needed! Join host ...
 
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Industrialists like Henry Ford made the 40-hour work week popular in the 1920s: a hundred years later we look at how it’s working out for us. Host Sonari Glinton talks to Celeste Headlee, journalist and author of Do Nothing, about burnout, and how that led her to reorient her life and approach to work. Next, we meet Jomar Reyes, who worked at Danis…
 
Dancer/Actress Heather Morris, (The Bystanders Podcast, Glee, background dancer for Beyonce, Dancing With the Stars) took the trip of a lifetime to Africa, and ended up having dinner next to a pride of lions with a fresh zebra kill. Listen to this fantastic story about going on safari in Africa with the talented Heather Morris! Join us EVERY Friday…
 
Our US Father's Day series continues with this heartbreaker from New York. It is a beautiful display of compassion and forgiveness. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions and apologies. Submit your via our website. Thanks for listening to our…
 
Our Father's Day series #3 From the US. Saying goodbye to his girlfriend cost him more than one relationship. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions and apologies. Submit your via our website. Thanks for listening to our 100% independent prod…
 
No introduction from Brett on this one. From Gerard Gumm in the USA comes this apology to his Dad with whom he has too little in common and too many misunderstandings. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions and apologies. Submit your via our …
 
From Mexico comes a daughter's lament. This is the first in a series of apologies - new and old - devoted to Father's to mark US Father's Day 2021. Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions and apolo…
 
We continue to talk with Mickey about his ministry in part two of his story. As someone who has worked with people in crisis, he has led hundreds of volunteers and got to see God at work through that. Read more: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-12-mickey-and-his-ministry-making-disciples-part-2/434/ Part 1: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-11-m…
 
A celebrity apologizes for past social media sins. But how genuine and effective was Chrissy's apology? Spoiler alert: not much. For the uninitiated here are some of the super celeb's offensive tweets. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions a…
 
Melanie Chartoff, actress (on Broadway, Fridays, Newhart, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Seinfeld, the Rugrats series and films) and author of "Odd Woman Out"--a five star hit on Barnes & Noble and Amazon-- has experienced what few ever get to experience. The feeling of celebrity. In this fantastic episode she discusses how she was affected by the phenom…
 
On Episode 13, Mark Willoughby and Tom Orecchio speak to Chris Hliboki of Hliboki Law. Chris discusses his decision to strike out on his own as a solo legal practitioner after working as an associate for another firm in the early part of his career. He talks about the challenges he's faced, the rewards that decision and others have resulted in, and…
 
From the Philippines comes this anonymous nurse's apology. Share it with every nurse and doctor you know. Audio director: Brian Wallace Creator & Host: Brett de Hoedt This episode's voice supplied by Nadine Sagun who hosts Fabulously Fat Filipina. Thanks Nadine. We are all over the internet: Website Facebook Twitter We love reviews, subscriptions a…
 
If you're feeling particularly...um...tested lately (by people, by work, by life being life), welcome to the club. Because you, along with pretty much everyone else, are in the middle of a transition. And moving forward might feel so hard — or annoying — that you feel like maybe it's not worth the energy to even try. In this solo episode, we're div…
 
We’re sharing this story from one of our favorite podcasts, See Something Say Something, by Ahmed Ali Akbar. Pakistani-American communities in the U.S. rely on dealers on WhatsApp to gain access to their most coveted treasure: Pakistani mangoes. And they pay a premium for it. In part one of this two-part investigation, reporter Ahmed Ali Akbar sear…
 
In the middle of disaster, what do people need most? Mickey shares his experience serving in disaster relief, how to best help, and why it matters. Read more: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-11-mickey-and-his-ministry-bringing-help-healing-and-hope/428/ What we discuss on this episode: 0:52 - Meet Mickey. 2:22 - What was Mickey’s career like? 3:…
 
How is the pandemic changing higher education? We meet people rethinking online teaching, what students need to succeed and why a campus matters. Host Sonari Glinton checks in with college student Jacob Sarasohn. When his art school classes went virtual, Jacob decided to put college on hold and become an Emergency Medical Technician. We find out ho…
 
Actress Mary Kennedy (Shameless Hall of Shame, Shameless, ER, Conan) grew up managing her mother's band, The Mood Swings, at the age of 15. If that doesn't prepare you for a life in show business, what would? Plus, Mary and Christine chat about "Shameless" and Mary's role as New Fiona. Listen! Join us EVERY Friday night at 7pm PST for Story Smash t…
 
God created everyone in His image. While Jonathan is a Black man and Kevin is white man, they have a lot in common and have been friends for a long time. Treating someone different and having a preconceived notion of what someone is like because of their skin is racism. America has a lot of past history with racism and slavery. If God had a problem…
 
Comic Jimmy Shin (Wok of Shame, The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel) was going to law school while dealing huge amounts of drugs. Surprise surprise, that was against the law, and when he got busted it all fell apart. Listen to this incredible story about a father’s love, a son’s desire, and how drugs made it all ok. Join us EVERY Friday night at 7pm PST…
 
On Episode 12, Mark Willoughby and Victoria Consoles are joined by Deb Shames of Personal Best College Coaching to talk about the decisions she's made in her line of work. From finding a balance between helping as many students as possible and making a living, to how best to serve her families, decision making is at the heart of what Deb does. Get …
 
Our first apology in poem form comes from rural India where one retired teacher's love of animals has become a way of life. Audio director: Brian Wallace Host: Brett de Hoedt This is a 100% independent, commercial-free, global podcast battling for finite ears against infinite competition. Please support us by subscribing, reviewing and recommending…
 
You're not the same as you were one year ago. And you shouldn’t be. But maybe you're struggling right now as things start to look eerily similar to how they "Once Were," and feeling the pressure of needing to replicate the UN-USEFUL parts of pre-2020 times in order to be successful, loved, or just get through the day (even though you've seen that t…
 
Jonathan has been a close friend of Kevin’s for many years and he’s someone that we’re excited to spend time with for the first time on the podcast. Today we’ll get his view of the world and the good and evil that we face every day. Read more here: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-9-jonathans-viewpoint-what-challenges-exist-in-todays-world-part-1…
 
Host Sonari Glinton meets people around the world who are reimagining shopping malls, what they mean to a community, and how to build them for a sustainable future. Malls were originally designed to be the centerpiece of a community. For a long time, they were. Between the boom in online shopping and over-retailing, many malls were struggling even …
 
The phrase “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” is buzz-word-ier than ever, but what does it really take to empower workers and reduce racialized harm in the places where we spend so many of our waking hours? And when is it OK to simply stop trying? In this second episode of a three-part series, guest host Alex Sujong Laughlin (Senior Producer at Tra…
 
Stewart J. Zully (My Life in Yankee Stadium: 40 Years as a Vendor and Other Tales of Growing Up Somewhat Sane in the Bronx, The Sopranos, Speed Kills, Vice) worked as a vendor selling beers and hotdogs for over 40 years and on one magical night, after they won a championship, he got to run the bases with the cops he worked with. Plus, if you want t…
 
Rosie is joined by podcaster, writer, performer and Breakup Monologues producer Dave Pickering to reflect on the first four seasons of the podcast, what they’ve learned from the show and the guests, their personal highlights and Dave’s teenage breakups. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram @breakupmonologues and preorder The Break…
 
Mike shares about his life with Jesus as well as his life fighting off bugs as a business. From being saved to getting rid of spiders, there’s a lot to discuss on today’s podcast. See the show notes: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-8-mikes-story-everything-from-bugs-to-faith/407/ What we discuss on this episode: 1:08 - What is the bug business l…
 
The impact of storytelling is often portrayed as a story changing the life of the person consuming it — and changing the world by reaching as many people as possible. But what about the person who offers their story to be consumed? How else can we define the value of our life’s stories, and the importance of how they’re shared? In this second episo…
 
Comic/Actress Mollie Heckerling (RATSO) had a babysitter who decided to take on their family friend- Gilbert Gottfried. This argument landed them on the Howard Stern Show. Listen to Mollie recount this and many more stories growing up with her mom Amy Heckerling. Join us EVERY Friday night at 7pm PST for Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show! LIVE…
 
On Episode 11 of Decision Dialogues, Mark Willoughby of Modera talks to Steve Ryder, the founder of True North Networks, a provider of managed hosting technology, cybersecurity, and IT services. Steve talks about his decision to strike out on his own and found True North, and identifies what his biggest mistake was—which almost prevented True North…
 
Season 5 premieres! Joseph Scheinuck is serving 25 years-to-life in a Californian prison for the 1993 murder of Rafael Verdejo. His apology shows remorse, takes full responsibility and expresses a desire to make amends but could it ever be enough? Find out more about the Justice Arts Coalition. Season 5 will be our best yet. Created and hosted by B…
 
On today’s podcast of the True Joy podcast, we talk to Peter Breese about a little bit of everything. From his upbringing to his marriage and to what he thinks about life today, Peter shares his thoughts in this discussion of faith. See the show notes: https://yourtruejoy.com/podcast/ep-7-peters-beliefs-and-how-that-shapes-his-life-today/400/ What …
 
Host Sonari Glinton explores how this past year changed the ways we watch movies, who gets to tell stories, and how box office and production power is shifting. In this first episode of our new season, we meet Shelli Taylor, who became the CEO of Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas just weeks after the pandemic temporarily closed all their locations. Cameron …
 
We often take for granted that “seeing people who look like us” — especially in mass media — means progress towards racial justice. But what forms of representation do we see making an impact? And who is that impact for? In this first episode of a three-part series, Senior Producer Julia Shu invites Eliza Romero (co-host of Unverified Accounts and …
 
Comic/Actor Greg Baldwin (The Actors Theater, The Improv ) knew he liked sugar, alcohol, cocaine, and other addictive substances.... but meth? Plus, Greg had a great job, why would he risk it? Answer- Meth is goooodddddd..... Join us EVERY Friday night at 7pm PST for Story Smash the Storytelling Game Show! LIVE and STREAMING on Facebook and YouTube…
 
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