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YANBAR PODCAST features a variety of interviews and talks about life, science, people, religion, politics, sports, books, movies, music, history, current affairs, futurism, the paranormal, comedy, technology, News topics, how to's, cooking, successes, failures, hopes, dreams and much, much more..... YANBAR PODCAST is hosted by Bryan Barcelo a man described as a multipotentialite and from time to time, there will be a guest host that will fill in, to lend their particular flair and insight to ...
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Soulful MBA Podcast

Jennifer Barcelos and Sandy Connery

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Our binge-worthy podcast is a sanctuary for those curious about what it's really like to build a company from scratch, work remotely with your best friend, and consciously engage with other humans on the Internet. Our mission is to help other ambitious women build and grow businesses online.
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And She Spoke: Women. Money. Power.

Jennifer Barcelos and Sandy Connery

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For so many modern, driven women, life is about being more than one thing. We’re multidimensional—and so are our conversations. We carry multiple identities; we can be both mother and artist; both attorney and entrepreneur. Both clinician and CEO. Both humble and proud. Life for women like us is about both. About…all of the above. It’s about the “and”...
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DISCOPOLIS is a music collective based in Barcelona. Feel free to follow us and listen to our Party Podcast. We've been making you dance since 2009 and we'll be doing it until the end of time. http://discopolis.club Contact: info@discopolis.club By @alvaroaudio
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The Bikini and Wellness Zone

Bikini And Wellness Zone

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2 TeamFFLEX Coaches talking everything there is to know about competing in the bikini and wellness division! Ryan Milton and Bryanna Barcelo will be covering everything from improvement season to contest prep and answering your questions and topics as well! If you compete in bikini or wellness this show will give you top industry tools and tricks to be more successful on stage!
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If you're looking for alternative health and wellness practices that prioritize mental and physical balance, but don't feel represented by mainstream fitness culture, then this podcast is for YOU. I’m committed to promoting body positivity, celebrating individuality, and exploring personalized self-care practices that will help you reach your happiest and healthiest self. Get ready to embrace your inner rebel and prioritize your mental and physical well-being! Hit that subscribe button now t ...
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Have you ever wondered how Victoria’s Secret models get runway ready? Thought about what it’s like to be behind the scenes on a Sean Paul music video? Or wanted to know how Little Mix look so good in every photo? If the answer is yes, Who You Don’t See is the podcast for you. Every week, journalist and presenter, Megan Lawton chats to an industry expert, working behind the stars: from choreographers and hairstylists to personal trainers and makeup artists. The podcast explores what they get ...
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Moe Stiles & Nathan Brown celebrate Moe’s graduation, and they also look ahead to the upcoming JustLove Summit. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR114_MNGTS27_Grad.mp3 In March, 2021, Nathan and Moe commenced graduate studies in a Master of Human Rights program at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. This podcast series is their t…
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YanBar Podcast host Bryan Barcelo Interview with Greg Guba, musician, traveler, humorist. In this episode, Greg spoke of his move west, his upcoming live performances, his resonator guitar and how to use a slide, helping people, how music is akin to a spiritual experience, how music excites, soothes and unites people, and how even seasoned musician…
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Marlene Ferreras joins Maury Jackson and Nathan Brown to discuss Marlene’s chapter in the book, A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism. The trio focuses on practical and pastoral theology and its application to confronting racism. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR113_Marlene_Ferreras.mp3 Marlene Ferreras is Ass…
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Andy Lampkin discusses the American racial caste system as well as the teachings of Adventism that should speak to and counter these themes. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR112_Andy_Lampkin.mp3 Andy Lampkin is Professor of Religion at AdventHealth University, where he teaches bioethics and social ethics. He holds a Divinity and Doctor …
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Pastor Marcos Torres discusses healing from religious trauma. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR111_Torres_mixdown.mp3 Originally from New Jersey, Marcos Torres now resides in Australia with his partner Candice and their two sons. Together as a coach and therapist team, Marcos and Candice specialize in guiding individuals through the pro…
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What if the fear of burning out and overworking is actually causing the burnout? And what if working harder and smarter is the best way to avoid it? Today on the And She Spoke Podcast, we are diving deep into our thoughts on burnout. Listen in to hear all about the history of the term, its three stages, the dangers of wanting to be burnt out to pro…
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There are far too many women today who won’t make themselves visible due to a fear of visibility itself — a fear of being targeted, trashed, and taken down. Joining us today is return guest, Kelly Diels, who always brings new and insightful ideas to the conversation. Kelly is a business teacher for Culture Makers where she helps socially conscious …
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Today on the And She Spoke podcast, we’re sharing our predictions for the coaching industry in 2024 with you so you can leverage the best techniques for success in your business this year. Tune in to hear all about the changes we’ve seen in the coaching industry recently and what we think will happen throughout the year. From the dangers of high-ti…
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A lot has happened in 2023! Join us in today’s episode as we explore all that we intend to leave behind as we move into 2024 and what we envision for ourselves, And She Coaching and Hey Marvelous in the coming year. We reflect on the events of the past year with a focus on what we would like to take with us and what we are ready to do differently. …
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Many of us spend what felt like a lifetime on Zoom meetings, and perhaps you struggled to find your voice in this virtual space. This is completely normal because the rules of engagement are entirely different online than they are in the real world. To wrap up our 'best-of' series, we're replaying an episode with guests Casey Erin Clark and Julie F…
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We often define our limits by what we think we’re capable of. And for many women in business, structural barriers—both internal and external—play a big role in how we create these fences for ourselves. For centuries, we’ve been taught that we need to rely on other members of society to make financial decisions for us, and that our value comes from …
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Dionysus Kabukimono Élan Vital Returns to YanBar Podcast! Buckle Up for Meme Mayhem, Anime Awesomeness, and Red Pill Revelations! Get ready for another trip down the rabbit hole with the one and only, Dionysus Kabukimono Élan Vital! He's back on the YanBar Podcast for a second round of mind-bending discussion, and this time, we're diving deeper tha…
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Show of hands: How many of you are afraid to start (or scale) your business because you’re afraid of going into debt? If you have your hand up, we get it. After all, no one wants to put $5,000 on their credit cards to spend on bags, shoes, or clothing. So, why would we take that risk for our business? In today’s 'best-of' episode, we break down why…
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Pastor Daniel Xisto rejoins the podcast to open our minds to the resurrection power of compassion. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR110_Xisto_Compassion.mp3 Daniel Xisto is an ordained minister serving as the Pastor for Community Engagement at the Takoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church, in Takoma Park Maryland. Pastor Xisto is unwaver…
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In this "best-of" episode, we talk about how to hear and implement advice. We believe there are things you can do to prepare ones-self to hear and successfully implement feedback about your business. Sandy shares about a mindset best suited when preparing to hear advice and those emotions that can hinder one’s willingness to receive guidance. We al…
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Oftentimes, when people are struggling to succeed in their business, they’ll give in to the temptation to pile on new offers, instead of nurturing their existing offer. Our mission for this episode is to dispel the myth that you need more than one offer in your business in order to land success. You don’t want to be the dollar store of online busin…
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It’s becoming more and more difficult to build a huge online audience but, thankfully, success isn’t always correlated with size. If you can create a high-ticket program that just 100 people are willing to pay for, you already have a successful business! But those high-ticket programs don’t materialize overnight and in this episode, we are going to…
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This has been one of our most popular episodes, so we're sharing it again! Many solo-preneurs struggle to motivate themselves to spend time marketing their work but unfortunately, no company will succeed without it. Today, we’re dishing out some tough love and hard-hitting truths: if you hate marketing, it might be because you’re bad at it! Luckily…
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Podcasts are a versatile and engaging way to share your message, connect with others, and potentially grow your brand or business. In today's episode, we welcome Carli van Heerden, the CEO and Founder of We Edit Podcasts (WEP), a company that specializes in delivering top-tier podcast production services. They aim to empower podcasters by swiftly b…
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In recent months, we've observed several high-profile women opt to shutter their businesses, yet the reasons behind such decisions often (still) remain unexplored. On this episode of the And She Spoke podcast, we talk to Brigitte Lyons. She is the Founder of Podcast Ally, a podcast booking agency that she created and grew while traveling around the…
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In this episode, we delve into the strategies and insights of millionaire business owners who have scaled to the heights of success. A recent social media post by a prominent entrepreneur about what makes a successful business owner got a lot of attention, and we thought we would take the time to give our take. From playing the long game to discove…
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Boss Project is an all-in-one digital agency designed to help grow your online revenue. CEO and Co-Founder Abagail Pumphrey is passionate about supporting her clients on their journey to financial freedom. She joins us to share what it’s like to transition from partnership to CEO, what it takes to have a growing, viral podcast, and what she does ev…
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As a business owner, falling in love with your product is a superpower. Joining us in conversation today is Corinne Crabtree, founder of No B.S. Weight Loss, a $14 million membership that is truly passionate about helping people lose weight and change their lives. Tune in to hear all about Corinne’s journey to becoming a Certified Life Coach, final…
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Rebecca Barceló addresses conflict, considering topics such as restorative justice, revenge, intimacy, culture, communication, and more. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR109_Barcelo_Conflict.mp3 Rebecca Barceló is an instructor and also the communications and operations manager for The Conflict Center in Denver, Colorado. Her interest i…
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Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize the coaching industry. It can provide automated solutions that can augment or, arguably, even replace human coaches. In today’s episode, we tackle some of these recent developments in AI and whether or not this well-debated emerging technology is poised to really take over coaching entirely…
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Mark Carr discusses the power of stories, both biblical stories and the stories we tell about ourselves and others, drawing on his chapter in the book, A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism. Maury Jackson and Nathan Brown edited the book and lead this conversation. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR108_AHOF12_M…
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Most small businesses find themselves at a revenue ceiling that they simply cannot break out of. Generally speaking, if you have an existing community and some basic business understanding, you can get to $30K fairly easily. Generating substantially more revenue? Well, that’s another story. Today on the And She Spoke Podcast, we are delving into wh…
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To create an offer that sells it must solve an important enough problem for your audience in a large enough market. Typically, this means helping someone in one of three different categories: health, wealth, or relationships. In today’s episode, we explore these categories and the many, nuanced ways that your offer can solve a problem for your targ…
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In this episode of the YanBar podcast, host Bryan Barcelo interviews Bard, a large language model from Google AI. Barcelo utilized Pixabay video clips, Tensor AI generated images, and a free text to speech app called TTSMAKER to make this interview with an AI seem more like an interview with a human. This video was made by BKB Imagery, and the show…
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Why is the world so saturated with generic creations and mediocrity? Today we’re delving deep into an article written by Cole Schafer entitled, ‘Dope Shit’ and our take on how this mindset can lead us to do extraordinary work. You’ll hear what we believe it takes to be successful as an entrepreneur and creator nowadays, what not to do, why you need…
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Greg Hoenes discusses ethical connections or implications of racism and environmentalism. The conversation is based on his chapter in the book, A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism, which was edited by Nathan Brown and Maury Jackson. Both Nathan Brown and Maury Jackson join Greg in the discussion. https://traffic.libsyn.…
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When observing the world of business, it’s apparent that refining the art of bullshitting is a skill that radiates confidence. But why are men seemingly innately good at it? And why do women need to get better at it? In today’s episode we dive into these questions and more. We discuss what bullshitting is not, we share our thoughts on the intricate…
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As an entrepreneur, it’s important that potential customers can easily find your services and that there’s no confusion about what you’re offering. But without an outside perspective, you may miss critical stumbling blocks that could drive customers away. That’s where business audits can be so useful. In today’s episode, we walk listeners through a…
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Kathleen Campell shares about her work and education in the area of human rights. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR106_Campbell.mp3 Kathleen Campell has worked for a company that campaigns and fundraises for Amnesty International and volunteered for a number of NGOs including Love Justice International and New Light International. She d…
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Welcome to YanBar Podcast! In this episode, we dive into the world of music and entertainment with our special guest, Budd Zunga. Hailing from the vibrant city of Syracuse, NY, Budd Zunga is a multitalented musician who has truly mastered the art of blending rock, blues, jazz, and comedy into his performances. Budd Zunga isn't just your average mus…
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Get your coffee or beverage of choice and prepare yourself for one of the most fascinating interviews we’ve done to date! Today we are joined on the show by Christina Langdon, a high-performance and success coach, here to share with us all about her 19 years of working with Martha Stewart. She is an incredible storyteller, from start to finish, and…
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A life spent outdoors as a farmer can be deeply rewarding. But it can also be financially precarious. No one knows this better than today’s guest, Charlotte Smith, a marketing and mindset coach for farmers, who, at age 14, watched their fifth-generation family farm go bankrupt and lose everything. After swearing off farming as a young adult, Charlo…
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Have you ever thought of yoga as a practice solely for women, hippies, or vegans? Or perhaps you believe it's only for the affluent or those seeking spiritual enlightenment? Well, prepare to have your preconceptions shattered! Punk Rock Yoga is here to disrupt these stereotypes and create a space where everyone feels welcome. //FREE DOWNLOAD: Anxie…
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We’ve finally recorded the episode we have talked about doing for years. Today, we get raw and real with our listeners about the daunting process we underwent when deciding to rebrand our software company. We dive into the general concept of rebranding, share the details behind what ultimately led to the decision to change our name, and tell you ab…
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Hey, friends! Ready to explore the unconventional intersection of punk culture and wellness? In this video, I'm diving into an exciting element that sets Punk Rock Yoga apart from traditional yoga – punk rock music! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment below with your favorite punk rock yoga experience. Let's disrupt norms and celebrate div…
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Janice De-Whyte reflects on God’s priorities by looking at the failure of the religious community in Bethel. The conversation is based on her chapter in the book, A House on Fire: How Adventist Faith Responds to Race and Racism, which was edited by Nathan Brown and Maury Jackson. Nathan Brown and Lisa Clark Diller join Janice to explore these theme…
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Over the summer, I’ve got a new series called Punks Unite Summer Bites, which are short episodes that uncover the unconventional intersections of punk culture and wellness. From punk rock yoga and body positivity to the mental health benefits of punk shows and DIY health, the series disrupts norms, celebrates diversity, and advocates for an inclusi…
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Social media has ingrained itself in our daily lives with various platforms that cater for almost every single personality type. It seems strange, then, that Instagram would add yet another platform to the mix. Add to the fact that it is yet another unoriginal concept from the social media juggernaut, Meta. Today, we discuss our biggest concerns ab…
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Dive into the wisdom of Hildegard von Bingen, a beacon of female empowerment in medicine. Amid the male-dominated medical narratives, Hildegard's story shines, illuminating the enduring value of holistic health. Who is Hildegard? A 12th-century German abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, healer - a woman of many talents, epitomizing female resili…
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It’s undeniable. The number of people taking to social media to vent their frustrations and complain to unsuspecting brands is on the rise. Even more interesting is the reason why! The topic of today’s discussion takes a deep dive into what’s really happening when someone complains on social; more specifically when they complain on a paid, sponsore…
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Jeni Barcelos' life changed dramatically after contracting Covid. Initially, she battled severe symptoms like difficulty breathing and persistent headaches. However, the struggle didn't end there - a second wave of neurological issues hit, causing vision problems, vertigo, and sensitivity to certain environments. Despite the daily challenges, Jeni …
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Many elements of modern life encourage us to bifurcate and inhabit different versions of ourselves. This is especially evident in our online lives and on social media, but it also applies to how we show up in our careers and as entrepreneurs. The self-censorship that results from this can be exhausting, not to mention psychologically harmful, espec…
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Ever heard of the 'Second Brain'? It's not sci-fi, but a term for the enteric nervous system (ENS), an intriguing area I've recently discovered. In this video, we explore the deep connection between mood and gut health, understanding the subtle difference between the 'gut microbiota' and 'gut microbiome', and we'll delve into how an imbalanced gut …
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