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Welcome to the Holderness Family Podcast! On Facebook and YouTube we are known as The Holderness Family. We make those silly songs and skits with our kids, but on this podcast, it's just us... the real us. The non-Christmas-jammies-us, the why-can't-my-socks-be-on-the-kitchen-counter-us (Penn) the why-do-I-have-to-go-outside-and-talk-to-people-us (Kim). On this podcast, we will share the real-life ups and downs of living together, working together, raising kids together, in what we hope is a ...
 
Here at The Kindness Podcast, we are on a mission to teach the world about the transformative power of kindness! Tell us your Kindness Story by leaving a voicemail at (701)428-1122. Our host, Nicole Phillips is a champion for using kindness to overcome all of life’s difficulties, including her own battle with breast cancer. She spreads the message of the healing power of kindness through her books, speaking events and weekly column, Kindness is Contagious, which runs in newspapers in North D ...
 
With 20 years of experience recruiting in a variety of industries, I Love Recruiting Podcast host Adam Roach brings you nuggets of value for every type of recruiting. With guests from all areas of recruiting, this podcast aims to explore all of the MANY ways we recruit people in both work and our day to day life. For more information, check out www.iloverecruiting.com
 
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British musician Kim Gajraj, based in Stockholm, holds workshops on using ones voice. She shares her unique story with us, -as well as a vocal improvisation and a practically business-oriented new song! 00:00 Improvisation 00:58 Introduction 02:04 Kim introduces herself 05:05 From dark silence to light, creativity and sound 11:25 Academics and voic…
 
Sarah Jeffery is a British musician, recorder-player, youtuber and educator who lives in the Netherlands. And she loves doing her taxes. The music in this episode is from her album from 2018, called 'Constellations - Minimal Music for Recorders'. 00:00 'Vermont Counterpoint' by Steve Reich 02:48 Introduction 03:26 Enter: Sarah 04:44 Her recorder-pl…
 
For the first time ever, our whole family is on the podcast together! Lola and Penn Charles answer all your questions, including which parent they would take with them to a deserted island. What questions did we miss? We wrote a book! Learn more and if you've read it please leave us a review: http://everybodyfightsbook.com/ Thank you for listening!…
 
Everyone has one of those friends who has you in stitches every time they open their mouth. For us, that guy is comedian and author, Charlie Berens. (He is also a journalist turned online content creator, kind of like us!) We ask Charlie where he gets that comedic gift. Turns out, it’s not about sitting around dreaming up jokes; it’s more about pay…
 
British harpist Alexander Rider, generously shares his journey as a musician and freelancer with us, as well as some live performances of French repertoire. 00:00 'Grand Sonata' by Dizi- live in concert 01:53 Introduction 02:41 Alex introduces himself 08:30 Researching the history of the harp and harpists 16:37 'La Voliere Magique' by Marcel Tourni…
 
Til Death Do Us... Fart 💀 If wedding vows were realistic, what would they say? Penn and I rewrite our vows If we knew then what we know now. (Also is watching episodes ahead of your partner on Netflix the worst kind of infidelity? You decide.) We wrote a book! Learn more and if you've read it please leave us a review: http://everybodyfightsbook.com…
 
Turkish musician Burak Mungan talks about kirtan, medicine songs, collective music-making, yoga, and Turkish psychedelic folk from the 70's. The music in this episode gives a small impression of how a kirtan gathering can sound like, through private recordings used with permission from Burak. 00:00 Sita-Ram 00:20 Introduction 01:04 Burak introduces…
 
Penn and I get asked all the time, “How do you make so many videos all by yourselves?” The short answer is, we don’t do it alone. Enter Ann Marie Taepke and Sam Allen. We interview them and let them dish all the dirt on what it’s like to work with us. We wrote a book! Learn more and if you've read it please leave us a review: http://everybodyfights…
 
Norwegian musician Jogeir Daae Mæland, took the time to talk with me about his musical journey, about contentment, practice, Kalandra, making money, and why it can be worth signing up with a record label. The music featured in this episode is by Jogeir. 00:00 'Frozen moments V1' 00:32 Introduction 01:12 Jogeir introduces himself 03:00 How the journ…
 
Russian/Dutch musician Maya Fridman, found some time during her busy days to have a talk about playing the cello and being a musician... 00:00 'The Song of Songs' by Karen Tanaka, from the album 'Red Velvet' (2017) 00:30 Introduction 01:39 Maya introduces herself 03:00 Presence during performance 07:55 Practising and scheduling, mental practice and…
 
We talk about our recent trip to Florida then dive into why arguing with your family isn't the worst thing ever with Lynda Cormier. You can learn more about Lynda at: https://www.lyndacormier.com/. We wrote a book! Learn more and if you've read it please leave us a review: http://everybodyfightsbook.com/ Thank you again for your support. It means t…
 
A follow-up to episode number 1, where I look back at the time that has passed since I decided to find work as a cellist. If you want to support this podcast, you can make a donation on my Ko-fi page: ko-fi.com/themusiciansjourneypodcast If you want to contribute to the episode that will be focusing on how female musicians are affected by their men…
 
Romanian-Norwegian artist Vasile Baghiuc, shares the story of his journey from taking music lessons as a child in Romania, working as a trombone and brass teacher, conductor and composer in the far north of Norway, and now venturing into a career as an artist. 00:00 'In Times of Searching' 01:24 Introduction 01:53 Vasile introduces himself 09:34 Te…
 
On this episode, Adam talks to Chris Stevens about how he built up 12 offices around Philadelphia with 500+ agents. Chris shares a little about his life before real estate as an executive chef working with Wolfgang Puck, and how he learned the value of systems and models when producing all of the food for large events. He integrated that skillset i…
 
The end of the school year is finally here, and I feel like we are crossing the finish line being held together with tape and glue. Last August, I wrote a blog post about what I hoped my kids would learn this school year. This week on the podcast, we revisited these goals for our kids and we asked our audience to tell us what non-academic lessons t…
 
Swedish musician Tobias Karlehag, shares his story as a percussionist, modular synth performer, improviser and composer. The music featured in this episode is from his album 'Process'. 00:00 'Stay' 03:36 Welcome 04:16 Tobias introduces himself 08:00 About his album 'Process' ('Stay' continued) 11:30 Modular synth for dummies 16:49 'Illusive Passage…
 
Icelandic/British musician, composer and performer Matthías Sigurðsson, shares his story as a musician with us. From clarinet to live electronics, Reykjavik to Amsterdam, student to freelancer to student again, we get to hear about an exciting journey as well as lots of Matthías' music. The music in this episode is all composed and performed by Mat…
 
Christine Caine is a sought-after international speaker, author and activist. Known for her ability to effectively communicate a message of hope, Christine has a heart for reaching the lost, strengthening leadership, and championing the cause of justice. Together with her husband, Nick, she founded the anti-human trafficking organization, The A21 C…
 
Penn and I talk about our recent experience ON AN ADULTS-ONLY VACATION. (Yes, we actually left the house. I'm just as shocked as you are.) It was a fun and anxious rollercoaster of emotions. Can you relate? If you haven’t gotten our book, you can get $3 off on Amazon! Available for a limited time: https://www.amazon.com/gp/mpc/A1Q851OQRFV5B3 If you…
 
Polish pianist Aleksandra Bobrowska, took the time to share her thoughts on the projects that are currently close to her heart. We also get to hear excerpts from her recording of the Chopin mazurkas, as well as a taste of Duo Aldice, the duo she has with singer Candice Ielo. 00:00 Chopin, Op.7 nr.4 00:28 Pre-intro intro 00:56 Introducing Aleksandra…
 
John “Soho Johnny” Pasquale has always had a passion for music. He uses music, to celebrate life itself, and to help others.He has for years been producing major, star studded events in all areas of music, using the proceeds to raise funds for charities. Building on the success of his charitable endeavors, John founded the charitable foundation, “L…
 
Portugese musician Martim Pocinho, based in Manchester (UK), shares his thoughts and music with us. We talk about inspiration, challenges, and the vulnerability of working alone. All music featured in this episode is by Martim Pocinho, aka Soul Bananas. 00:00 'Silver Spaceships' 03:41 Introduction 04:25 Martim introduces himself and Soul Bananas 06…
 
Josh Neumann is on a mission to end bullying and teach the world to speak through kind lips. He’s created his own lip balm company -- kind lips -- to spread the message, and it’s working! Kind Lips has been featured by Ellen, Forbes, and Reader’s Digest just to name a few. Learn more about his mission to end bullying at www.kindlips.com.…
 
On this episode, Adam talks to CEO of Gobundance Christopher Ryan about how he discovered his passion for helping people define and chase their significance over their success. After building a tech company and selling it right before the tech bubble burst in his twenties, Christopher was asked to help with Tiger21, one of the most influential soci…
 
Have you ever wanted to want "ice cream" more? Our friend and entrepreneur, Cindy Eckert, is back to talk more about Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder — also known as HSDD. Low sexual desire in women is a medical condition and there is something you can do about it. You can learn more about Cindy and her work at @cindypinkceo on Instagram or by vis…
 
Swedish guitarists Emil Greilert and Karl-Johan Thenström share their thoughts on musical creativity, how one can make money these days, and if the album as format is obsolete. The music featured in this episode is by the band 'sthlm underground', and solo projects by Emil. Details are in the timeline section of the show notes. 00:00 'När Mörkret F…
 
Spanish musician Guillem Duquette dropped by to talk about inspiration, the horrors of recording oneself, and the word 'musician' as identity. The music featured in this episode is by Guillem Duquette. 00:00 'The Rug' 03:10 Introduction 06:50 'Portugal' 09:15 The future, the creative process, musician as identity 14:35 [coda] 16:00 Finding the voic…
 
On this episode, Adam talks to Jeff Glover about how he grew his real estate business to 600 agents after starting out selling 30+ homes his first year in real estate at 18. Jeff shares how after doing well in his first year, he wanted to run an office and asked his current broker to let him, but the was told no. That lead him to look at other brok…
 
Kevin Williams has been Chick-fil-A franchisee for 28 years. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a Management Information Systems degree. Kevin began his career in banking prior to his career with Chick-fil-A. He was first introduced to the Chick-fil-A brand by the founder Truett Cathy as a teenager when he spoke to his church. Kevin o…
 
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