Best Kellie Fitzgerald podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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re·group : to reorganize (after a setback) for renewed activityRegroup Podcast with Carly Benson and Kelly Fitzgerald is geared to share perspectives about all the times throughout our lives when we have to Regroup. The show aims to have discussions about what it's like to begin again whether it's after a rock bottom leading to recovery like we experienced or a life change such as a move, break up, divorce, job change or illness. We will take on conversations about life's ups and downs in an ...
 
If you're trying to become the best "you" that you can be, this is your show! We'll talk about everything from how to change your mood during a really bad day to meditating, energy work and any other related topics that may arise. Kellie Fitzgerald has arrived at this particular point in her life by taking the scenic route, often filled with pratfalls and new beginnings. After a life spent experiencing trials by fire while simultaneously navigating choppy waters, she is passionate about help ...
 
Dr. Drew Pinsky, board certified internist and addiction medicine specialist, takes listener calls and talks to experts on a variety of topics relating to health, relationships, sex and drug addiction.
 
Mature Preneurs Talk Podcasts connects near or over 50’s, 60's, 70's guests, who’ve created a new enterprise with an audience who are keen to do the same. The guests are a dynamic group of inspirational people with extremely diverse ventures. During the 22 minute interview, host Diana Todd-Banks shines the spotlight on this cavalcade of entrepreneurs who chat how they changed their life by starting a new venture, much needed community group or business; they also discuss how they did it, the ...
 
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Rathfarnham Castle Conference 10/12/2016Session 1: Digging a Late Medieval Castle 9:00 – 10:30amFranc Myles Keynote addressAntoine Giacometti Excavating at Rathfarnham CastleRuth Carden Animal, fish and bird remainsPenny Johnston & Stephen Davis Plant remains, insect remains, and dietJoanna Wren Bricks and tilesMichael Kenny Coins and tokens[during break, Guild of Irish Lacemakers demonstration of Rathfarnham Castle artefacts]Session 2: A Wealth of Artefacts 11:15 – 12:45pmAlva Mac Gowan The ...
 
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Documentarian Sebastien Paquet brings the subject of his documentary Brandon Mendenhall to discuss the inspirational story told in his documentary 'Mind Over Matter'. Brandon suffers from cerebral palsy and yet inspired by Korn he is able to pursue his dream of being a rock guitarist.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Suzie says Often when we reach the later stages of our lives, we hear the clock of our own mortality ticking and we wonder if it’s too late to create something new and better for ourselves. The question is why wait. Ask yourself if the old, familiar excuse, “it’s too late” is a way you keep yourself from pursuing your dreams rather than an actu ...…
 
Chris and Susan’s plans for their 50’s and beyond, took advantage of the property boom which ultimately became a millstone around their necks rather than the generous pension it was meant to be. As self employed Accountants and Management Consultants in their fifties they worked 6 - 7 days a week, 10 - 12 hours a day, had a good income but no t ...…
 
Dr. Drew welcomes Laura Rhodes-Levin from The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety. They discuss several physiotherapeutic modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy and neurobiofeedback. They address the application of these techniques for common conditions like anxiety & fibromyalgia. They also have a speci ...…
 
Elizabeth had spent over twenty-five years in the international pharmaceutical industry helping companies make their drugs safely and built up a ‘store’ of anecdotes she intended to publish “one of these days.” Then a major health scare reminded her if she left it too late, she may never reach, “one of these days,” and so began writing creative ...…
 
Dan McCrory said for decades, he worked at a phone company as a telecommunications technician but he always had writing jobs on the side, but as he found out writing a book is different and has its own set of pitfalls. Some advice? Know your target audience. He never stopped to ask will millennials, (his audience) read this? While receptive, th ...…
 
Drew welcomes his friend, writer Roger Wolfson. The twosome discusses their writing adventures together and then move into a discussion about the potential benefits of psychedelics. Roger shares details of his latest venture, Writers Action, a group of Hollywood writers and political insiders whose mission is to help progressive candidates conn ...…
 
Listen how Suzie Gruber’s life took a circuitous route to be where she is today, helping you to improve your life and really come alive. She says many have an innate drive towards connection, aliveness, and success, an urge that gives you the courage to change, regardless of what you face along the way. But those desires may be submerged until ...…
 
Listen how Mark Lyons creatively combined his earlier two careers in different fields, animal agriculture and strategic management consulting, with his long time passion to become a Garden Troubadour and Green Thumb At Your Service Coach. Searching ardently for his next career yet nothing happened, Mark said two years later it dawned on him why ...…
 
Kathleen said she found herself completely lost and heartbroken, after a family breakdown, her business fell apart, her sense of identity unraveled, and health challenges set in. She faced fears she had never faced before, having always been so successful in her thriving psychotherapy practice. Despite always helping others Kathleen now needed ...…
 
Simply put, Dave Feldman is a network engineer whose professional training makes him particularly suited to analyze lipid physiology. David & Drew slowly talk though the complexities of the lipid theory as Dave now conceives it.American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Register at Overnight.orgGenucel: text 'drew' to 77453 or go to genucel.co ...…
 
In 2010, Noreen Braman, who had already reinvented herself in 1997 after a contentious divorce, was reeling from a corporate downsizing, dealing with economic recession of historic proportions and facing her own midlife issues. Soon her skills as a strategic communications professional, humourist and performer sent her in a new direction. By th ...…
 
Pat Porrey and her sister Pam did that and have made a huge difference in the lives of new Mums and their newborn babies coming home from hospital. On reflection it was a huge difference after spending 30 years at a great job with a major corporation, but Pat decided she needed to try something new. Despite having great job, a safe pension and ...…
 
Kelly said writing a book had been on her bucket list since she was 22, but she says it’s a ton of work! And it wasn’t surprising she spent the next 8-10 years finding excuses as family and business excuses kept her from writing her ‘special and unique’ book. Years later her excuses dissipated and the opportunity to finish her book came to be. ...…
 
Dr. Kevin Folta discusses science communication (the communication of science-related topics to non-experts). Part of his work is helping people to understand the extraordinary benefits of scientific advances in horticulture. These developments promise to provide a healthier, better tasting food supply and protect those who may be at risk of fa ...…
 
Author Robert Greene joins the show to talk about his newest book 'The Laws of Human Nature' in which he attempts to discover what drives people, even when they may not know it. They also discuss Robert's past works including 'The 48 Laws of Power' and 'The 33 Strategies of War'.For Hers: go to ForHers.com/drewP3-OM: Visit p3om.com/drew and use ...…
 
Lana Nelson’s life traumas ultimately became gifts even despite being injured in a nasty car accident causing years of chronic pain. She knew she would be the sole financial supporter of her young children. Having previous experience in the field she started her own dental lab business and 4 years later bought a home, a new van and able took he ...…
 
He’s a midlife divorced dad raising 2 kids but that hasn’t stopped Dom from becoming a health empowerment coach. Unlike most health coaches, Dom chose not to not focus on what people eat, or their exercise, rather, he focuses on helping to discover and transform the underlying root causes of old, destructive loops that prevent his clients from ...…
 
Dr. Alex Alva is the medical director at True Recovery in Newport Beach, California. Drew and Dr. Alva discuss current trends in the treatment of addiction with an emphasis on co-occurring disorders. They address the need for treatment programs to emphasize comprehensive care, including longterm structure and vocational rehabilitation. Later, D ...…
 
Else Didn’t fully realise it at the time, but what she read she came to learn was a totally and completely unique perspective on a topic which has plagued even the most powerful minds since early last century even before that. What was more puzzling was the author was born into a poor family in Denmark, had a very limited education yet he had a ...…
 
Some years ago, partners Maree Malouf and Jeff were enjoying a good lifestyle in their respective roles, but in the back of Jeff’s mind something was missing … though he never had a clue as to what. Unexpectedly Jeff and Maree were invited to be involved in an organisation that had, at its core, the i-Ching. As a trained psychologist and NLP Ma ...…
 
Chris Distefano earned his doctorate in physical therapy and built a successful career only to leave it all behind to pursue his dream of becoming a comedian. He regales Dr. Drew with stories from his youth and the twosome discusses their mutual love of history and how it can be used to understand current trends. Chris taps into his expertise a ...…
 
Professor Edith Hall discusses how Aristotle and philosophy can be useful guides for leading a good life. You will not want to miss her description of eudaemonia and her insight on what the implication could be for building healthy society. Edith's book, Aristotle's Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life, is available now.Select: drdrew.c ...…
 
Carol Graham says hers is a true story of beating insurmountable odds can seem stranger than fiction and that nothing about her story is conventional – yet it speaks to anyone who has ever experienced trauma. At 65, Carol wanted to fulfil her dream of sharing her story being an author, international speaker talk show host and survivor of major ...…
 
Kelly says In 2008 when the housing market imploded her husband’s livelihood as a general contractor went up in flames and suddenly she and her husband in their 50’s were facing some tough decisions. Her husband had always been involved with cattle part-time but never as a sole source of income. Faced with few options they decided to start rais ...…
 
Patricia Mitchell says at the age of 24 she actually heard a voice say to her “Patricia you don’t have to be poor you can have wealth” despite being months late on rent. As years passed she talks how this power within her has allowed her to teach about creating wealth. During this podcast Patricia offers several practical tips how to identify s ...…
 
Dawn James worked 72 hours a week, and had a soaring career yet her family life, and relationships were crumbling around her. As a former Finance/I.T. exec she missed many family dinners, sporting events and school plays - memories she can never recapture. But a life-changing event brought her career to a screeching halt! After her wake-up call ...…
 
Rob Palmer’s life collapsed as a result of the financial meltdown of 2008-9 it cost him his home and marriage, so when his children left home, he decided to start a whole new life as a digital nomad. Prior to that in his early 50’s he was running an online marketing consultancy so it was easy to leverage his skills to create a location-independ ...…
 
Anthony Hamilton at the age of ten had a dream, which affected him so much he spent over twenty years investigating how it could have happened. Over time, as various parts of the dream came true, Anthony developed a new model of the mind to explain and understand this dream. In 1980, he realized that the mind works as a time machine and began s ...…
 
Stephen said that’s exactly what happened and explains how writing charted his life on a new course, an amazingly incredible journey. Since his computer work world afforded him the opportunity to travel as he began semi-retirement, he decided to write a book on his extensive worldwide travels. His ‘tome’ wasn’t published but the path took him d ...…
 
Brian Connors had been in GM roles for a range on multinational medical device companies across Australia and Asia for three decades, which exposed him to a wide range of products. But in between roles an opportunity popped up, a door opened and being open to new products Brian decided to start a side business with a unique product that prevent ...…
 
Dubbed the ‘Indiana Jones in High Heels’ Patty Civalleri journeyed with some of the best historical, archaeological, and scientific minds in the world. During 17 years on the Director’s Council of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, as writer/photographer Patty travelled to extraordinary places including the newly discovered Mayan cave ...…
 
Níall & Josie Ó Murchú were stressed, tired and sick... then they learned the Wim Hof method and their lives were transformed...
 
Marvin says although he’s been a lifelong entrepreneur he never envisioned starting a new venture at 69 which he has done. Traveling as an R&R musician during the hippie era of the 60s and 70s, he owned a home improvement company then engaged in several MLMs, then began writing to now being a multi-published author and professional editor. With ...…
 
Ross Keating experienced redundancy a few times in his corporate career, and that, in itself can hold you back from moving forward. But for Ross the saying “Age is only a number. Don’t let a number hold you back,” is a thought he lives by in fact, it has helped him move forward. At the age of 50, Ross and his family moved to Australia and he de ...…
 
Debbie Rivers felt she worked in one of the most disliked occupations, auditing! A safe, well-paid government job and one that she didn’t like, plus she dreaded going to work as it sucked the life out of her. Despite being a seriously risk adverse person, at 53 she took a huge step, and left her security behind, to work in dating! Debbie said i ...…
 
ANITA BENTATA said nearing 50 she needed to change her life story from trauma, being alone and hard work, but didn’t yet know how. Childhood neglect and abuse had shaped Anita into a powerless young adult unable to protect her from being stalked in her teens. Years later, she escaped domestic violence with her two young children and entered the ...…
 
Daniel Goodenough is the author of the recently published book, “The Caravan of Remembering, A Road Map for Experiencing the Awakening of Your Life Mission”. Although fiction, the reader is taken on a mystical journey to finding a life of meaning and purpose that is right for you. As a child, Daniel was disturbed seeing people around him doing ...…
 
Starting off on a fairly conventional career path Ingrid recognised to grow her career she needed to relocate from the country to Sydney. In her late 40s, she experienced terrible workplace bullying that rocked her to the core causing her to re-think her career choices, which at first was tough considering her experience. Wisely Ingrid reviewed ...…
 
Sara applied that question to her life and now is one of (if not the only) female coppersmith in America (or the world), working as a metal smith of vintage and modern cookware manufacturing pure metal kitchenware in tin, copper, and iron. It wasn’t easy at first she had to learn how to create cookware from scratch because in America, copper co ...…
 
Else Byskov like many people nearing 50 had been a searching soul all her life. Leaving her homeland of Denmark and living, working and teaching Spanish, she surprisingly encountered the material of Martinus, the Danish visionary and mystic - and was completely bowled over by it. After Else read the major part of his voluminous work, she was so ...…
 
Dr Rosemary McCallum is a great believer in ‘The Powerful Impact of Emotional Intelligence.’ But that wasn’t always so. Life presented a major challenge for she and her husband who had a defaulting client, the result of which caused them to not only lose their successful design business, but their life to fall apart, as they lost everything. Re ...…
 
Deb McDiarmid was following her dream of living around the world and working in the Hospitality industry, when she was suddenly faced with a challenge she had no idea how to deal with. In fact it’s a challenge many over 50’s are faced with today. It can be a terrifying lonely time. When this life-changing event occurred, Deb was living on a lux ...…
 
Beverly Gandara says adapting a screenplay into a book is not an easy task for anyone and what is intriguing, is to hear her describe the experience along with her achievements which are extremely inspiring and motivating. Inspired by her husband, Armand’s experience Concrete Wings is about Julian, a naive teen sent out of Cuba on the eve of th ...…
 
As a female wellsite geologist working within the male-dominated offshore oil and gas, coal seam gas and minerals industries, life is always interesting. But Amanda Barlow does much more than that. Starting out as a recreational marathon runner she now has run 47 marathons in 16 different countries and is a member of The Seven Continents Marath ...…
 
Catherine had a successful career in mental health, but found her soul wasn't satisfied which is why at 50, she decided to "come out of the closet" about her spiritual journey. Why? Up to then if a person expressed interest in yoga or meditation of any form you were viewed as being suspect. Now of course it’s mainstream, but back then, not so. ...…
 
Karen worked for the Canadian federal government as a tax collector until one day she woke up partially paralysed on one side of her body. Nine days after that, she was diagnosed with MS and ended up on disability, taking a 30% cut in pay, and 2 years later filed for bankruptcy. You think that would be the end of it but when Karen was able to g ...…
 
Dr. Clete proudly states at 80, he’s going strong and focused on helping to improve public schools. With so many years behind him he has many fascinating stories to talk about some of which Dr. Clete does allude and expand on during this program. Dr. Clete is extraordinarily eloquent when he discusses the five basic needs for human relations, w ...…
 
Jane Curnow was in and out of therapy from the age of 16, by which time she had made two attempts on her life, and had three hospitalisations. Chronically addicted to drugs and alcohol, exercise, she had eating disorders, anxiety, serious medication all of which made depression Janes intimate companion and for over 25 years. Significantly, at 4 ...…
 
Douglas Vermeeren did just that! With an illustrious international background, as host I asked Douglas to elaborate and address the over 50’s demographic and how his findings, research and writing can benefit this massive market. An internationally renowned speaker, leader, mentor and filmmaker he has interviewed 400 of the world’s business and ...…
 
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