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A weekly interview series from Russell Brand that examines what's beneath the surface—of the people we admire, the ideas that define our time, and the history we’re told. Speaking with guests from the worlds of academia, popular culture, and the arts, Russell seeks to uncover the ulterior truth behind our constructed reality. And have a laugh. On his new podcast ‘Above the Noise’ Russell guides us all—curious beginners, spiritual skeptics, and experienced practitioners—in brief, 10-minute me ...
 
Cue it up is a podcast created by Neight Mindham and Robert Hovick to promote pool, billiards, and snooker in Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. Our mission with the podcast is to inform the listener to all that is going on in the greater pool world with easy to listen to audio similar to that of any other sports talk show. We hope to be your one-stop-pod for all your pool knowledge needs.
 
This is the weekly episodic podcast co-hosted by former fraternity brothers, and now comedians in their 30's, Carlos Garcia and Chris Moore. While Season 1 let them dive into their past fraternity life and laugh at greek life culture and its portrayal in the media. Season 2 let the guys go mainstream. Letting them focus on different topics each week, with their own comedic twist. Now back for Season 3, the guys are doing the best of both worlds! Catch them chat news, pop culture, hilarious p ...
 
Join Anthony and Carlos on a journey across the world. We will explore food, language and art through the perspective of third culture kids. We will not shy away from the difficult discussions and hope that through discussion we can bring greater understanding for ourselves and everyone who might listen to our ramblings.
 
By Tom Libelt and Till Carlos | World-Class Online Course Creators For Authors, Speakers, Coaches and Experts The Online Course Creation Podcast is THE ULTIMATE SHOW for the latest on Creating, marketing and selling online courses. It is packed with tips, news, interviews, ideas and case studies hosted by Tom Libelt and Till Carlos. They share all their wins and failures that come out of working with some of the biggest authors, speakers & experts in the world. Learn how to best teach online ...
 
The Life Well Lived Project is motivated by this: There is so much unhappiness, anxiety and depression in the world, and this work is about trying to make things better, tiny bit by tiny bit, one day at a time. The vision of the Life Well Lived Project is a world where this cycle of unhappiness, anxiety and depression does not have to be handed down across multiple generations and accepted as an unavoidable fact of life. The vision is a world where everyone is liberated to know, embrace and ...
 
DJ, producer and Younan Music label head Saeed Younan releases his debut full-length artist album of original tracks titled, MORPH (https://fanlink.to/morph35). As a sought after remixer for many years, Younan’s production skills shine as he journeys from the signature dancefloor percussive rhythms to meditative soundscapes. A world class globe-trotting DJ, a recording artist, a sought-after remix producer, and head of his own record label (Younan Music), Saeed Younan has excelled as a true ...
 
Alfonso Ciavoli Cortelli, aka DJ FONZIE CIACO is an Italian dee-jay and producer , born in Naples (Italy) on September 21, 1978. 1990 is the year that marks a turning point in his life: He started his passion for music ... so much to be discovered later as a real companion of his life. In 1991 at age 13 he began DJing as a hobby under the name DJ CIACO. He soon acquires the various techniques of mixing on vinyl from his master DJ Silvano Pagani, starting to buy the first vinyl records, drive ...
 
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On this episode, Neight and Molina Mike sat down to discuss the Diamond Las Vegas Open but where joined shortly in by Alex Kazakis and Denis Grabe. We then pivot and just talk pool. Turns out to be a pretty fun conversation! If you would like to sponsor with the show.... Email cueituppodcast@gmail.com If you enjoy the show and want to support the f…
 
This week’s episode is very important. Today I spoke with Dr. Bob Gill a British-based GP who is fighting against the privatisation of The NHS (In Britain, that is the National Health Service.) Dr. Gill explains, clearly and thoroughly, how our healthcare is being taken from us and given to private companies in order to fleece us for our money--and…
 
Lizz Winstead is best known as the co-creator of The Daily Show, a program that reinvented late-night, and showed a new generation of comedians how to combine news with satire and activism. Her next act was founding Lady Parts Justice, now known as Abortion Access Front, an organization that travels the country, supporting abortion clinics and the …
 
Noubar Afeyan, cofounder and chair of Moderna Therapeutics and CEO of Flagship Pioneering, says that the breakthrough innovation behind the company’s Covid-19 vaccine came not as a stroke of luck, but from a repeatable process. He outlines a system called “emergent discovery” that involves working back from future ideals, pioneering in novel spaces…
 
Being raised in a faith-steeped environment can provide rich soil in which we can plant ourselves, allowing us to grow tall and firm and confident in the good news of the gospel. But remaining steadfast in faith comes with a heaven-sent assignment: to share it with others. That doesn’t mean, however, that we should push ourselves to the brink of bu…
 
How did we fare at the US Open? What did we learn? What is a side quest and how does it stop many players from improving? How do you avoid this trap? What should you know before you ride the elevator at Harrah's Resort? Josh and Demetrius tackle all of these and more in this episode as we drive home from Atlantic City and invite you to come along f…
 
This week I spoke with Krystal Ball. Krystal is a progressive American commentator who, along with right-wing commentator Saagar Enjeti, co-hosts the podcast/video show Breaking Points. (The duo previously hosted a popular show for The Hill.) Krystal and I discuss many of the issues that divide left and right-wing politics. We explore how politicia…
 
After enduring what she calls “700 bad days” in a row, author Kelly Williams Brown realized that simple rituals and crafty projects were often what got her through her most difficult days. In her new book “Easy Crafts for the Insane” she explains the practical, fun, and do-able activities that offer an escape from a chaotic world. Note: This week i…
 
Romans 8:28 reminds us that God will work all things together for good—not just the rosy parts of life, but also the ugly, twisted parts. This week’s guests have both overcome addictions that could have wiped them out completely, but instead they chose to call on God in hopes of finding something better—and were amazed to see Him show up in their d…
 
Mehran Sahami, a Stanford professor and former Google employee, wants to see a reset from the technology industry. For the past few decades, the world's technologists (many of whom become its corporate executives and venture capitalists) have been taught to prioritize optimization and efficiency without thinking a whole lot about ethics. The result…
 
This week I spoke with Tim Pool. Tim is a journalist, activist, and one of the biggest political YouTubers of the moment. He initially became known for livestreaming the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests. Tim is also known for discussing some of the more difficult questions in relation to politics, including: the issues that divide The Left and The …
 
For the past 10 years, actor, author and humorist John Hodgman has hosted the podcast “Judge John Hodgman” where he helps friends, roommates and romantic couples negotiate their long-standing quibbles: Things like: “Which one of us is loading the dishwasher right?” Throughout the years, John’s discovered some deeper throughlines about gender roles …
 
When talking about the concept of faith, the Bible tells us that “faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Even though we can’t literally see God, the Bible also tells us simply; when we seek God, we shall find Him. The ways we seek and find God in the midst of our lives can look different from one person to ano…
 
What is the difference between learning by video versus in person? Does FargoRate hold up on bar tables? Is talent a deciding factor or is hard work enough to get the job done? What are personal narratives, and how does it shape our experience and results? Josh and I team up and spin our wheels for a while on some of these. Enjoy! If you would like…
 
Carol Fishman Cohen, human resource consultant and CEO of iRelaunch, says that extended career breaks have always been common. Now the pandemic has made them even more widespread. So, companies are increasingly considering formal back-to-work programs and “returnships.” That’s where employers set up special training and support mechanisms to ease p…
 
This week I spoke with John Higgs! John is a writer, journalist and cultural historian. He writes extensively about William Blake and counter-cultural figures like Alan Moore and Timothy Leary. "William Blake vs the World" and "The Future Starts Here: Adventures in the Twenty-First Century" are just two examples of his work. I am reading some of Jo…
 
*Trigger Warning* This episode contains content that talks about suicide and self-harm that could be disturbing to some listeners. Many of us could never imagine that we would ever go through a dark time so dark and so hopeless that we would consider taking our own lives. Yet, so many people who have experienced deep depression know what it feels l…
 
Please share the stream! It is the best way to help the show grow! LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Dominick Dunn, Demetrius Jelatis and Neight Mindham. We are going to discuss the Texas Open, the upcoming Diamond Las Vegas Open, Corey Deuel's recent post about splitting tournaments into USA vs. the world in events, and all other things happening…
 
Johnny C. Taylor Jr., CEO and President of the Society for Human Resource Management, says that this is a reset moment for organizations that want to finally get human resources right. The crisis has taught leaders just how important it is to find and mobilize talent and evaluate and adjust to employee needs. He shares research on several trends se…
 
This week’s guest is Michael Pollan! Michael is an american author and journalist. He is best known for his books that explore the socio-cultural impacts of food, such as The Botany of Desire and The Omnivore's Dilemma. His latest book is This Is Your Mind on Plants - in this book he explores in particular opium, caffeine, and mescaline. We chat ab…
 
Best-selling author of "White Rage" Carol Anderson explores the anti-Black history of the Second Amendment. There is structural racism built into our Bill of Rights! The story of white Americans' fear of black Americans with guns starts with the enslaved people who fought against the British and runs all the way to the killing of legal gun owner Ph…
 
When the work keeps piling on, there comes a time when everyone needs to say no. But how do you do so without offending your coworkers or hurting your career? Former host Sarah Green Carmichael, and Karen Dillon, the author of the “HBR Guide to Office Politics,” talk about the best practices on saying no to work when you're overwhelmed.…
 
Do you have a dream for your life that didn’t pan out exactly as you had planned? Maybe something out of your control happened that made that dream impossible, or maybe you made some choices that turned your life in a direction that wasn’t in line with your hopes and goals? Though we can be filled with regret over dreams lost or deferred, God has a…
 
"Kailan ba hindi naging traffic sa Pilipinas?" said almost everyone in Metro Manila. Dive into the discussion of the phenomenon of Philippine traffic. This heavy traffic has been present for such a long time already that businesses, work, family gatherings, and even just daily commute has to adjust with consideration to this. But what really causes…
 
Please share the podcast! It is the best way to help the show grow! LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Rob Hovick, Demetrius Jelatis and Neight Mindham. We are going to discuss the matchup between Shane Van Boening and Dennis Orcollo, the ongoing Texas Open, and all other things happening in the industry! Feel free to ask questions in the chat room…
 
Eva Ascarza, professor at Harvard Business School, studies customer analytics and finds that many companies investing in artificial intelligence fail to improve their marketing decisions. Why is AI falling flat when it comes to this key lever for profit? She says the main reasons are that organizations neglect to ask the right questions, weigh the …
 
This week’s guest is Bret Weinstein! Bret is a professor of biology, an evolutionary theorist, and well known political and cultural commentator. He hosts the DarkHorse podcast with his wife Heather. His new book A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life is available to pre-order now. We discuss cens…
 
Fellow Crookedian Rebecca Nagle joins us to talk about Season Two of “This Land.” From the “boarding schools” of the 19th century to the good intentions of the Indian Child Welfare Act — and the big money campaign to repeal it. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendslikethese. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit p…
 
Please share the podcast! It is the best way to help the show grow! For this interview, we are joined by Tony Chohan!! We are going to discuss his upcoming matchup with Alex Pagulayan, his past in the game, his upcoming tournaments, as well as all of the other things he has going in his career and life! Feel free to ask questions in the chat room t…
 
Finding our way in life can be challenging, overwhelming, and discouraging. The path may seem clear at times, and then others, we feel pushed in a direction that may not feel comfortable or familiar. The only thing that we can trust is that God will show us the way and we must step out in faith to find our purpose. Travis Tritt, a wildly popular 90…
 
It's not the product, but its the people that represents the brand. If you own a business or even if you are an employee, everyone should invest and be able to give good Customer Service. After more than a year of lockdown in the Philippines with stress, anxiety, and fatigue taking its toll on the people, going the extra mile not only improves your…
 
Please share the podcast! It is the best way to help the show grow! LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Rob Hovick, Jim Telfer and Neight Mindham. We discuss the matchup between Sky Woodward vs. Carlo Biado, switching of Shane Van Boening for Sky Woodward vs. Dennis Orcollo, and everything else happening in the pool world! If you would like to spons…
 
Emily Esfahani Smith, author of “The Power of Meaning,” has long studied how people find fulfillment. As the ongoing pandemic causes many of us to rethink how and why we do our jobs, she offers advice on how to find more enjoyment and engagement, avoid burnout, reset ambitions, and, if necessary, change paths. One key is to define - or redefine - y…
 
Please share the Podcast! It is the best way to help the show grow! For this interview, we are joined by Jayson Shaw!! We are going to discuss his history with the game, his upcoming tournaments, as well as all of the other things he has going in his career and life! If you would like to sponsor with the show.... Email cueituppodcast@gmail.com If y…
 
This week I spoke to one of my favourite guests on Under the Skin - Iain McGilchrist. Iain is an author, psychiatrist and former Oxford literary scholar. He came to prominence with his publication "The Master and His Emissary - The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World”. His latest book is called “The Matter With Things.” This is a fant…
 
The co-author of “Forget the Alamo: The Rise and Fall of an American Myth,” Bryan Burroughs, debunks the Anglo-centric fables surrounding Texas’ founding myth — with a cameo appearance from Phil Collins. (In the myth, not as a guest on the show.) For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendslikethese. Learn more about your …
 
Grief, death, and loss are an inevitable part of life, though knowing that doesn’t make the pain any easier to bear. Whether you’ve faced unexpected loss time and time again or are navigating grief for the very first time, the waves of difficulty can be drowning. But the good news is that God can offer us a life raft. Isaiah 57:18-19 says, “I will …
 
TODAY ONLY CLOTHING SPECIAL!! 20% off BRAND NEW Cue It Up long sleeve shirts!! $25 plus $4 shipping! (colors Black, Red, Blue, Green, and Grey) Please share the podcast! It is the best way to help the show grow! LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Rob Hovick, Jim Telfer, Demetrius Jelatis, and Neight Mindham. We discuss the upcoming matchup between …
 
Kyle Jensen, associate dean at the Yale School of Management, has seen firsthand just how tempting it is for entrepreneurs to lie. As a startup founder himself, he says they have to be always "on" and ready to promote their venture. Another reason they’re incentivized to exaggerate is that while many startups fail, successes can become billion-doll…
 
This week I spoke with Tom Kerridge! Tom is a Michelin-starred chef and founder Meals for Marlow a campaign set up during the pandemic to help over worked front line and key workers. They cooked and prepared over 100,000 meals sent out to who needed it most each and every day! Tom’s new book is called Outdoor Cooking. In this podcast we discuss Tom…
 
Please share the stream! It is the best way to help the show grow! LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Rob Hovick, and Neight Mindham. We are going to discuss the matchup between Omar Alshaheen and Oscar Dominguez, the US Pro Billiards tour, and the BEF Juniors. Feel free to ask questions in the chat room to potentially have them asked live on air. …
 
Brian Broome’s dad used to threaten to hit him so hard he’d go to heaven — “punch him up to the gods” — if he didn’t conform to the ideal of Black masculinity. Broome joins to discuss his memoir, “Punch Me Up to the Gods, and rising above that threat, finding himself, and finding recovery. Then on this week's Adorables segment, comedian (and fake j…
 
The best news we could ever receive is that in the middle of our most broken, painful moments, there is Someone who will reach out to us—no matter what we’ve done, who we’ve hurt, or the mistakes that we’ve made. God does not care what you look like, or the road that you’ve traveled—all He cares for is your heart and where you’re headed. Sharon Jay…
 
Jon and Kimmy address the upcoming two-week August 2021 lockdown as Metro Manila (along with other nearby areas) will be placed under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). They shed some light on the return of border checkpoints between cities and provinces, which is a concern of many motorists regarding lockdown. They also offer a very simple tip o…
 
Shelly McNamara, head of equality and inclusion at Procter & Gamble, knows just how valuable it is to work at an inclusive company. Back in 2012, as a VP at P&G, she came out publicly as LGBTQ, and she's since worked tirelessly to ensure that the organization is not only diverse but also a place where all employees feel like they can be their authe…
 
This week, the guys ring in their Season 3 finale by doing something they should have done a loooong time ago: The 2nd ever FratChat Podcast Apology Tour! Because, let's face it: The guys have said some things. Some hilarious things, but things nonetheless! Which of these hilarious things are they most sorry for? Listen and find out now! Follow us …
 
This week I spoke with Dr. David Berceli. David is an expert in the areas of trauma intervention and conflict resolution. He is the creator of Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises which are designed to help release the deep tension created in the body--during a traumatic experience, or through chronic stress. In this episode, we discuss the idea of…
 
Former young girl and memoirist Melissa Febos joins to discuss the pressures and paradoxes in how society treats female children. Her most recent book is called “Girlhood.” For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendslikethese. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Many of us feel called to serve others in some way—and often when we think about what that could look like, we feel paralyzed by too many options. There are so many needs all across the world that must urgently be met, so how do we know where to start? This week’s guests, CEO of Convoy of Hope Hal Donaldson and CEO of Haiti Made Will McGinniss shar…
 
Please share the stream! It is the best way to help the show grow! This was the LIVE weekly show with Molina Mike, Rob Hovick, and Neight Mindham. We discuss the upcoming matchup between Omar Alshaheen and Oscar Dominguez, the US Pro Billiards tour starting today, and the BEF Juniors. If you would like to sponsor with the show.... Email cueituppodc…
 
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