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Are you a black creative trying to monetize your art? A corporate creative advancing your career? Or an entrepreneur trying to grow your business? Well, BlackXecutive has entered the chat. BlackXecutive is a podcast for black creatives created by a black creative. We share inspiration and actionable advice for black creatives going pro. With each episode we’ll chat with black creatives thriving in entrepreneurship, corporate careers and the nonprofit sector. You'll wrap up with a few key tak ...
 
Unlike other podcasts about creatives, this one is for the voices of the up-and-coming. You’ve landed on the Planet Creative Podcast, which means you’re thinking in the right direction. It’s simple - we’ve created a platform for any creative to build upon. Anyone can be considered a creative. We’re talking about the fashion industry, musicians, artists, personal trainers, business owners, athletes and just about anything you can find passion in. Let’s talk about goals, aspirations and innova ...
 
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The Baldoon Mystery is a legendary historic haunting from Ontario, Canada. Baldoon was a Scottish settlement that was haunted by poltergeist activity, spontaneous fires, the hailing of bullets, and a mysterious black goose. In today's live show we discuss the hauntings that occurred throughout Baldoon and on the farm of one John MacDonald. We’ll al…
 
Anthony Rodriguez is an Executive Sleep Consultant at Sleep for Side Hustlers. In his role, he guides their sales strategy and lead generation and advises as a sleep expert. He has more than nine years collectively in both holistic health solutions and sales. His approach incorporates active listening to tailor health solutions for his clients. Pre…
 
Riley Jarvis is a sleeping guru and the Founder and CEO of Sleep for Side Hustlers. His organization works to help entrepreneurs and side-hustlers alike to get more restful sleep and transform their productivity. He began his own health journey many years ago, diving into research and discovering an innovative approach to sleep training. Riley got …
 
Brendan LaSalle joins us to discuss Clive Barker's "Books of Blood, Volume 1", our listeners 100 years from now, ghosts taking over theaters, Barker's literary beginnings, relatable characters, "Mama, they fed me to the pig!", Kaiju as political commentary, Willpower saves, stories were everything goes wrong, giving monsters the 411, embodying delu…
 
In the final episode of our series on the NXIVM cult we talk about some of the victims of Keith Raniere and some of the conditions that occurred within the DOS secret society sex cult within NXIVM, including ritualistic branding ceremonies. We also discuss Dr. Brandon Porter and his horrific experiments on different members within the NXIVM cult. F…
 
Nora Shepard is the Director of Business Development at SimplyBe. and one of its founding members. She single-handedly built the processes and systems that are the company’s foundation, and as the Director of Business Development, Nora oversees key partnerships and continued growth into new markets. Before joining SimplyBe., Nora was a contributing…
 
André Larabie is the Founder and CEO of National Resolution Services Inc., also known as The Seven Figure Advisor. After working as an accountant and bookkeeper for 30 years, he is an expert in business turnaround. He has since expanded his career in multiple directions. He offers services ranging from business coaching to professional debt managem…
 
Since 1998 approximately 18,000 people have taken courses from the supposed "personal development" company that offered Executive Success Programs through seminars that taught a wide range of techniques to work on "self-development." This apparent multi-level marketing company was a wolf in sheep's clothing. After recruiting and rubbing elbows with…
 
Patrick Stuart joins us to discuss Mervyn Peake's "Titus Groan”, oral traditions, lush prose, taking pride in working as a servant, the sun as an old cake bun, Peake's popularity, Cormac McCarthy, Gormenghast as a demiplane, maintaining status quo as a party goal, the court of Melniboné, physical differences as "monstrous traits", going back in tim…
 
In today’s podcast conversation, Pastor Steve Poe discusses the importance of recognizing the power that habits have in our lives. He shares how to form good habits that act as spiritual disciplines making us more like Christ, and why we must break bad habits that are destructive, causing us to stumble. Steve’s argument is rooted in biblical truth …
 
Daniel Hill is an unconscious mind zen coach, working with high performers for more than 15 years to achieve emotional well-being. His areas of focus include EFT, NLP, and hypnotherapy. He received a master diploma from The Optimum Health Clinic in London and a certificate in advanced EFT from AMMET. In addition to his coaching, he regularly update…
 
Sarah Doom joins us to discuss Michael Shea's "Nifft the Lean”, Vampire: The Masquerade, horror stories set in the Deep South, "big guava breasts", matching prose style to genre, which came first: humans or demons, the Pagan way of doing things, entitled brats, taking away character agency, drawing upon vocational experience for inspiration, playin…
 
Pete Petrusha joins us to discuss Charles R. Saunders's "Imaro”, developing management skills through game mastering, how map projections shrink Africa, flipping the script, Charles R. Saunders's legacy, acceptance through truth, depicting differing cultures without judgment, leveling up through campaigns, DCC RPG corruption, the mysterious world o…
 
Martian Kat joins us to discuss Edgar Rice Burroughs's "Land of Terror", Star Wars, reading something you wouldn't normally read on your own, effective uses of satire, bearded women, evolving perceptions of Black Americans in the 1940s, the global war on terror, one-shot adventures in comics, escaping captivity in RPGs, the Savage Worlds Adventure …
 
Alyssa Faden joins us to discuss Lord Dunsany's "Don Rodriguez: Chronicles of Shadow Valley", the Tegel Manor map, ancient history as gaming inspiration, the Wheel of Time series, singing blades, Dunsany's poetic and relatable prose, the frying pan as a character, how to win a castle, river travelling, staying in character, Yoon Suin crab-men, desi…
 
The legend of Cropsey is one rooted in mystery and speculation. This folktale took on a larger-than-life personality with the release of the 1981 Slasher-Horror film, The Burning. In the film teenagers pull a prank on the camp's caretaker, Cropsy, leaving him horribly disfigured and out for vengeance, as he returns to take out the teens one by one.…
 
Pastor Chris Hodges discusses the scripture and scientific research that supports his new book about being a Christ-follower and struggling with mental health and depression. He explains liberating solutions for getting out of the cave by drawing on the Life of the prophet Elijah. Chris focuses this valuable conversation around Bible-based wisdom, …
 
Tyler Reagin is the founder and CEO of The Life Giving Company, founder of the 10TenProject, and author of The Life Giving Leader and Leading Things You Didn’t Start. Tyler began ministry in service programming and production before moving into creative directing, leadership coaching, and consulting roles. Within a period of 12 months, Tyler lost 3…
 
Little Red Dot joins us to discuss Andre Norton's "Three Against the Witch World", Fate RPG, reading comics in the barber shop, Mars as Australia, Mercedes Lackey, the division between science fiction and fantasy, the gender spectrum, the gendered divisions of labor, Andre Norton's bravery, the love of war history, the D&D druid class, Kobold Press…
 
In the conclusion to our Mothman series, we’ll look at the Mothman’s connection to the collapse of the Silver Bridge, which resulted in the deaths of 46 people. We also discuss local journalist Mary Hyre, and her run in’s with the Men in Black. Along with this, we’ll dive into theories and possible explanations for sightings of the creature, we exp…
 
On today’s podcast conversation, William and Dave discuss the transition pastors endure as they step away from their ministry role, whether it be to retire or simply obey God’s calling to switch careers. They talk about the process of serving faithfully, letting go in due time, and allowing God to reassign you in a fruitful way. Dave shares the str…
 
On today’s podcast conversation, Pastor Sam discusses his life goal of reconciling Billy Graham’s message with Dr. King’s March by advancing the lamb’s agenda. He shares about how to never sacrifice truth for social or political expediency, rebuking victimhood, and the slippery slope of cancel culture happening in America today. This discussion pro…
 
Cora Buhlert joins us to discuss Clark Ashton Smith's "Xiccarph", German science fiction, pulp magazines, morbid beauty, vampire flower women, Jirel of Joiry, the Dark Eye, foreshadowing, Gary Gygax's exclusion of Clark Ashton Smith from the Appendix N, Alphonse Mucha, doomed protagonists, the 2022 World Science Fiction Convention, and much more!…
 
Piercing red eyes, seemingly floating in the darkness. As if out of thin air, a tall bipedal figure emerges from the shadows. In a flash, a massive pair of wings unfurl, filling the night sky. In today’s episode we discuss Point Pleasant, West Virginia’s Mothman. We’ll discuss earlier Mothman sightings, we’ll look at an entity known as Indrid Cold,…
 
As we begin to come out of the covid-19 pandemic, we are seeing a more critical need to pay attention to mental health and wellness. In order to learn more about this, our founder and CEO William Vanderbloemen had a conversation with Heather Palacios of WondHerful. Heather is a suicide attempt survivor, and her goal is to be a good steward of her w…
 
This week, William talks with Michael Lindsay, President of Gordon College, a private Christian college in Wenham, Massachusetts. Michael Lindsay began his presidency in 2011 and his time in leadership has coincided with record years of opportunity and growth for the Gordon community. He is a highly regarded scholar for his work studying evangelica…
 
Bob Pritchett started creating Logos Bible Software at the age of 19, as a continuation of a project he did in his Bible class at school to help with homework. Recently, they’ve begun moving into development of software to provide any software a church could need to run, as well as providing countless resources to churches that have shifted to larg…
 
Ricky Rodriguez was deprived of a childhood, robbed of his innocence, and indoctrinated from birth into a cult that focused on “free love,” and encouraged adult-child sexual relationships. Crowned the cult's "Messiah," raised to be the future leader of the cult, sexually abused, and forced, from birth, to have continuous sex with multiple women, an…
 
Oliver Brackenbury joins us to discuss August Derleth's "The Mask of Cthulhu", the Lin Carter Conan stories, competing Appendix N Book Club listener complaints, writing in another author's IP, dem hillbillies who ain't talk too good, being a broke millennial while reading about haunted inheritances, the authorial voice, psychic residue, letting pla…
 
Our founder and CEO William Vanderbloemen spoke with Andre Dantzler about the church management tools that Echo Global offers that are fast, reduce clutter, and are very efficient in managing conversations. Andre also mentions the advantages of Echo Global being able to offer leaders one place for all digital conversations as they steward their com…
 
Angeline B. Adams joins us to discuss Fredric Brown's "What Mad Universe”, psychogeography, toxic fandom, fictionalizing the writer's process, near-future sci-fi, the Troubles conflict in Northern Ireland, the relationship between the text and the art, loose worldbuilding, environmental and knowledge hazards, having protagonists deal with a big sca…
 
In today’s episode, we discuss the harrowing tale of three sisters separated and abused at the hands of Children of God cult members. We’ll take a deep look at the book Not Without My Sister: The True Story of Three Girls Violated and Betrayed by Those They Trusted. This book is written by three survivors of the cult, Celeste Jones, Kristina Jones,…
 
This week, our Director of Operations and Special Initiatives, Chantel McHenry, spoke with Teresa Hairston, founder of Gospel Today magazine and current publisher and author. In today’s conversation, Teresa explains how she entered into the publishing industry as a Black woman and the journey she followed to find her voice. She discusses the diffic…
 
This week, our founder and CEO William Vanderbloemen has a conversation with Reverend Shaun Marshall on the critical components of successful transition in ministry. Shaun attended Indiana Wesleyan University, and after feeling called to ministry, served as a church planting coach and then pastor within the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination.…
 
In today’s episode, our Founder and CEO, William Vanderbloemen, talks with Rich Villodas, Lead Pastor of New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York. Rich talks about his new book, The Deeply Formed Life: Five Transformative Values to Root Us in the Way of Jesus,” and why it is important that the church work toward racial reconciliation and equa…
 
This episode sees us return to the Children of God cult. Continuing from episode 13, we finish our discussion with an update on Vivian Shillander. We also dive into bridal theology, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, and the cult's history with ”Loving Jesus,” a sexual mystical marriage with Jesus Christ. We’ll go into detail about the church’s various ph…
 
Newton Nitro joins us to discuss Stanley G. Weinbaum's "The Best of Stanley G. Weinbaum", Brazilian speculative fiction, Malazan Book of the Fallen, celebrations of the heterosexual white male, coming to acceptance with death, different cultural moral frameworks, the Virgin-Whore Complex, Brazilian miscegenation, dark humor, reskinning the Keep on …
 
In today's episode, William Vanderbloemen, our Founder and CEO, talks with Danny Wood, senior pastor of Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Pastor Wood discusses his steps of preparation for creating a succession plan that will allow him to finish his ministry career strong, while also ensuring a smooth transition for the church …
 
Attorney Lyvonne Jones didn’t see herself as an attorney early in life, but her path to Intellectual Property Law was inevitable. In this episode, The Creator’s Law Firm Attorney Lyvonne discusses the importance of black women entrepreneurship, important legal tips to having a legally sound business as a creative, and the different layers of a trad…
 
Dr. Noble is an assistant professor of English at Oklahoma Baptist University, editor-in-chief of Christ and Pop Culture, and author of Disruptive Witness: Speaking The Truth In A Distracted Age. Brian Jensen, one of our Executive Search Consultants who specializes in Higher Education, spoke with Doctor Alan Noble about trends in church culture and…
 
Cody Kelly, MBA, Finance, keeps it real about what it takes to handle your damn business as a mature business owner. From his beginnings in Chicago to his role as VP, Cody gives a down-to-earth perspective of a corporate journey. In this episode, Cody talks about nurturing your entrepreneur and intrapreneur callings, the power of mergers and acquis…
 
Peter Bebergal joins us to discuss Michael Moorcock's "Elric of Melniboné", gaming stores, Gygax's love of pulp, meta-levels inside of dungeons, grimoires IRL, Elric's rotating sidekicks, the limits of idealism, the tragedy of addiction, Elric in art, the Eternal Champions, Elric as anime, and much more!…
 
Kayvon Reid first generation American with family coming from the West Indies (Grenada & Jamaica) with a BA in Economics minor in Psych. He is also the founder of Rephil, a Permaculture emphasized produce crop growing and Hemp manufacturing and processing company focused on using sustainable energy to produce eco friendly sustainable products. Tyle…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Hassan Ali from The Nerd Alternative to discuss the Ahool. The Ahool is a winged cryptid thought to exist in Indonesia. It was first reported by Dr. Ernest Bartels in 1925 and it has been claimed that it lives in the deepest parts of the jungles of Java. Legend says the Ahool resembles a fanged flying primate, with…
 
In this episode, our Founder and CEO, William Vanderbloemen talks with pastor and author, Jon Ritner, about his incredible experience working in Europe’s post-Christian culture and how he believes American churches should begin preparing for this unavoidable shift in ministry. Jon shares about God placing a specific call on his life and what he dis…
 
Artist Nariscia is all about being intentional in her art, from every detail within her creation process, to the final product, Nariscia uses her spirituality to guide her artistic expression. In this episode, Narisicia talks about artistic expression as a spiritual journey, the importance of setting an environment for the creative process, and bei…
 
Shauntelle Benjamin joins us to discuss Roger Zelazny's "The Hand of Oberon", TTRPG Twitch streaming, the protagonist's internal experience, similiar sounding names, casual incest, combat mechanics in literature, cybernetic limbs, life-draining highways, getting stabbed by uncles you've just met, interior monologues in gaming, and much more!…
 
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