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Best Wordsmiths podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Wordsmiths podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Host Michael Shields brings you Beyond the Margin, guiding you deeper into the stories told at the online literary and cultural magazine, Across the Margin. Listen in as they take you on a storytelling journey, one where you are bound to meet a plethora of intriguing writers, wordsmiths, poets, artists, activists, musicians, and unhinged eccentrics illustrating the notion that there are captivating stories to be found everywhere.
 
Welcome to the audio podcast of Erwin Raphael McManus, the Lead Pastor and founder of MOSAIC, a community of faith in Los Angeles California. Known for their innovation, creativity, and artistry, MOSAIC has been named one of the most influential and innovative churches in America. Erwin Raphael McManus communicates on culture, creativity, change, and leadership and is widely known as a thought-provoking communicator, poet, and wordsmith. For more information and to stay up to date with Pasto ...
 
This is the Sony Award-winning podcast from Book Slam, London's best (only?) literary nightclub where books, music and free thinking intersect in a Bermuda triangle of no brow culture. Book Slam happens regularly at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill, but this podcast gives you the opportunity to catch up on the readings and performances, plus interviews and more. Recently, Book Slam has featured such luminaries as Will Self, Adele, Plan B, William Boyd, Irvine Welsh, Simon Armitage and the Alab ...
 
Having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Hear from people all around the globe, from every walk of life, in every profession, from Rock Stars to CEOs, from Teachers to Politicians, who have learned how to unlock the gifts of their ADD and ADHD diagnosis, and use it to their personal and professional advantage, to build businesses, become millionaires, or simply better their lives.
 
Tune in to Unforgettable if you’re ready to use your voice and share your truth to change lives. Through clarity-generating guidance, interviews, hotseats, and case studies, your host Adria DeCorte will help you, the leader, the coach, the cause-driven business owner, get clear on your message and confidently own what you want to be known for so you can connect and share with your people openly. Follow Adria on Instagram for more behind the scenes and deeper stories around this conversation: ...
 
Matt Quinn has been on a mission to be a 10x better founder by meeting incredible founders who have gone before him to get an answer to the question: How did you get your first 1000....? Your first 1000 customers, sign ups, fans, users, clicks, dollars invested. I've learned 2 things: (1) No 2 companies are the same (2) What got them here, won't get you there But the stories are fascinating. They're stories of luck and grit and learning and they need to be shared. And this is how first 1000 ...
 
Learn the real issues behind the headlines of legal hot topics with internationally-known faculty at Widener Law Commonwealth. Legal scholars break-down complex legal issues and provide insight about immigration, business law, and sustainability. Looking to go to law school? Valuable tips on topics ranging from law school admissions to financial aid and bar exam preparation will be given by our team of dedicated administrative staff. Visit commonwealthlaw.widener.edu/podcast for more informa ...
 
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Welcome to Season 3 of Not Many of You Should Become Teachers. In this episode, Dave and Riley discuss some behind the scenes thoughts regarding our mission and how to best articulate it. We chat about skepticism, cynicism, and what we really meant by saying we're "allergic to cheap rhetoric." Follow Not Many Of You Should Become Teachers: www.notm…
 
The most common question I get is “Can you help me create a dialed-in elevator pitch?” That’s because at the first mention of “messaging,” people often think we’re talking about wordsmithing. It’s not about getting the words right. It’s about being a Messenger. Yes, clear, connected messaging is important for people to understand the impact of your…
 
Dr. Anhalt was one of the first interviews I ever did on Faster Than Normal, and now she's back! Emily Anhalt, PhD is the founder of a new project called COA, an innovative mental fitness studio that is currently offering free therapist-led workshops on managing work stress from home, how to deal with anxiety, building mental health & mindfulness t…
 
Yan Slobodkin is a historian of modern Europe, with a focus on French colonial and transnational history. He stops by the GrottoPod this week to discuss his current book project—a history of famine in 19th- and 20th-century North Africa, West Africa, and Southeast Asia, and its relationship to changing ideas of scientific control, political obligat…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Not Many of You Should Become Teachers. In this episode, Dave and Riley interview Gary Marsters, assistant head of school at Avondale School in New South Wales, and Professor Kevin Petrie, of Avondale University-College. We discuss their recent research in the field of Faith Engagement and School Culture. You can find some of…
 
These times can feel so uncertain and the impact of this invisible virus is keeping us separated in a way we’ve never been before. Now more than ever, it’s important to remember we can stay connected regardless of distance. We can even GROW in connection more than before-but it does take courage. As it can be easy to overlook how interconnected we …
 
At Mosaic’s All Campus Team Night, our Lead Pastors Erwin McManus and Kim McManus hosted a fun and empowering conversation on relationships! Joining the conversation were Best-Selling Authors and Founders of Messenger International, Lisa Bevere and John Bevere. Lisa and John shared lessons they learned through the years, as well as what they’re enj…
 
Tedi is a Fitness Coach & Runner, Public Speaker, Author, and Health Educator. She is a Washington state native who calls the Utah mountains home for the past 20 years. A longtime advocate for outdoor adventure and physical wellness for ADHD. Tedi is a strong believer in building a healthy mindset which has helped her deal with ADHD and anxiety. Sh…
 
This latest episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast finds host Michael Shields in conversation with composer, musician, and performer Danielle Eva Schwob. Originally from London but based in New York, Schwob is a “notable cross-genre composer” (The New Yorker) and “worldly musical chameleon” (TimeOut) with “deep roots in rock music” (NY Times) w…
 
It’s often confused that provision creates vision. In this week’s message, based on Ecclesiastes 9, Pastor Erwin encourages us that the opposite is true. It is vision that creates provision. When you begin to move with intention, it creates a new space for God to do something extraordinary! Don’t be afraid to shake things up. As we navigate through…
 
Beth Lisick’s debut novel, Edie on the Green Screen, is about a Bay Area Gen-X rebel, an “It Girl” in the late ’90s who faces her own obsolescence in 2010s San Francisco. It is fundamentally about how we manage change, and the change our world has experienced since this story’s inception only makes Edie and her travails more relevant to the moment.…
 
In this episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast we find host Michael Shields in conversation with clinical psychologist and anxiety disorders / OCD specialist Dr. Eric Goodman. Dr. Goodman, a lecturer in the Psychology and Child Development department at California Polytechnic State University, is the author of Social Courage: Coping and Thriving…
 
In week 2 of the series “The Path To Inner Peace,” Pastor Erwin explores how pain is an unavoidable part of life, and yet Jesus sets the example for us by facing the pain of humanity head-on—He looked death and pain in the face and embraced it fully. Where is God in our pain and how can He allow so much suffering in the world? Pastor Erwin tackles …
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Not Many of You Should Become Teachers. In this episode, Dave and Riley interview Dr. Sam Fecich, professor, author, and host of the EDUMagic Podcast. We discuss all things pre-service teachers and how to enact the intersection of faith and learning within a teacher preparation context. Find Dr. Fecich at www.sfecich.com Foll…
 
Fashion Designer and Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo, and our Lead Pastor, Erwin McManus, have an incredibly insightful conversation about creativity in this time of crisis and quarantine. They discuss the journey God has brought Jerry on throughout the years, how Jerry has handled his success, and how 2020 was expected to be a year of vision, no…
 
Can cannabis actually improve your focus when you are ADD or ADHD; what does the research say? Is it only misinformation and perception that keeps cannabis a Schedule 1 drug? Will we see more research in the US? What can cannabis possibly do for your community? Today we examine all of these questions with leading expert in the field, Max Simon. A b…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. To start off this month Shana talks with Robyn Hill, Mental Health Therapist and owner of RC Hill Counseling and Professional Development Services, about mental health, finding support and how the current coronavirus crisis can take a toll on our mental health. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The eas…
 
Investigative journalist and anthropologist Scott Carney has worked in some of the most dangerous and unlikely corners of the world. His work blends narrative non-fiction with ethnography. What Doesn’t Kill Us was a New York Times bestseller; other works include The Red Market and The Enlightenment Trap. Carney was a contributing editor at Wired fo…
 
In this episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast we find host Michael Shields in conversation with Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, producer, and visual artist JT Daly. Daly previously fronted the Nashville-based band Paper Route and more recently co-produced K. Flay's wildly successful album Every Where Is Some Where, including the hit singl…
 
Alex Shebar experiences all that life has to offer like it's his job, which, truthfully, it is. He is the new Director of Experiences at Culture Trip, one of the world's leading travel, media and entertainment sites. Previously, he was also the first Brand Manager for Bumble and Director of Community for Yelp. His goal is to try and make everyone's…
 
What can international literature teach us about our collective past, present and future in these chaotic times? In the latest GrottoPod Gabfest, producer and Grotto fellow Rita Chang-Eppig talks to Jesus Francisco Sierra, Mathangi Subramanian and Olga Zilberbourg about the appeal of international literature, its necessity in our increasingly conne…
 
Right now, so many of us are being forced to pause, be with ourselves, and be confronted with things we can usually ignore. Liv Hadden is an author, podcaster, leader, Expressive Messenger Archetype, and one of the fiercest stands I know for what and who she believes in. And she has a hard time slowing down. (I so relate) Yet when her client work s…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Not Many of You Should Become Teachers. In this episode, Dave brings an interlude episode to the podcast as we end our Book Club (Ken Wytsma's "The Grand Paradox") and reconsider the podcast for these pandemic times. Follow Not Many Of You Should Become Teachers: www.notmanyofyou.com @notmanyofyou @MrRileyDueck @MrMcFTeaches …
 
Wouldn’t it be thrilling to go to the polls on Election Day, regardless of what U.S. state you live in, knowing your vote and voice will count just as much as everyone else's? In this latest episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast, host Michael Shields meticulously examines the role the Electoral College plays in elections through an interview wi…
 
Our guest today is Justin Randall. A former 2-tone-Mohawk wearing punk who has received a lifetime ban from all K-Mart stores, was once Woody Harrelson’s personal bodyguard, had an argument with Johnny Cash, then NITRO, (among others), has served time in jail, done a ton of drugs, and naturally- he repeatedly failed Math. Raise your hand if you can…
 
Have you ever second-guessed your voice? …Said things because you thought that’s what others wanted to hear from you? …Felt pressure to do or say something as a leader because it was what you should do? Ashley Looker and Jenna Teague of Eff Perfect help women break free from the myth of perfection. I brought them on the show because… It’s time to b…
 
The first few days of self-quarantine, Veronica Marquez was feeling EVERYTHING at the same time. Frustration, gratitude, guilt. The controlling part of her wanted to micromanage her kids. The victim part was upset that it seemed like everyone else had all this time to read books when, as a parent, she was even busier now with her two young kids at …
 
This is a special episode that calls for a special man. Our guest today is Judson A. Brewer, MD PhD. He has trained ministers of foreign government, Olympians and their coaches, has been featured on CBS’s 60 Minutes, The New York Times, Business Week, TED talk, and on and on. (see below). Today we talk with this kind medical professional about some…
 
Right now is an opportunity to speak to how your work can support your people in our current pandemic world. Yet it’s natural to feel uncertain about your messaging and be left wondering how it all fits together or how you can stay relevant. Whether it be how you communicate your offering, talk about your work, or speak on social media, the most po…
 
In this latest episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast, host Michael Shields interviews author David Sweet about his latest release, Three Seconds in Munich: The Controversial 1972 Olympic Basketball Final, which recounts the most disputed contest in the history of the Olympics — the 1972 gold-medal basketball game between the United States of Am…
 
For the better part of a decade, Lisa Hix, Hunter Oatman-Stanford, and GrottoPod co-host Ben Marks have been writing about antiques, vintage items, and collectibles at CollectorsWeekly.com. As a rule, these writers have tended to shy away from articles about the prices of objects or the celebrities who collect them, tried-and-true angles for journa…
 
When we got stay-home orders and the online space overflowed with voices offering support, my own voice felt the need to go SILENT. And so did Empowerment Coach Shawnrey Notto’s. Yet, as a leader, she felt the pressure to stand up and be out there for her people. For fifteen years, Shawnrey has used her roles as coach, speaker, professional dancer-…
 
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