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Best Holly Shaw podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Holly Shaw podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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An entrancing look at the world of performance and creativity. Learn about the neuroscience of the “it” factor, listen to artists who channel ghosts to create their work, and hear firsthand from a booking agent about how to promote yourself as an artist. Host, Holly Shaw, a hypnotherapist and performance coach to Emmy award winning and Grammy nominated artists, includes spotlight coaching sessions, the "open channel game" where guests go into trance and answer questions, and wildly far-out c ...
 
Welcome to Diversify! The podcast that celebrates diversity in all its forms and invites you to the conversation. A weekly injection of aspirational wokeness direct to your ear-holes. Plus, we can ask all the stupid questions so you don't have to... Have your say on Twitter @DiversifyPod or embrace the long-winded and have a rant at ourteamq@gmail.com. Oh, and don't forget to rate and subscribe! Subscribing means you get to say you made new friends. Honest...
 
Traveller, cyclist, and expat with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. By no means an expert at bike touring, join me to learn how to get started with bike touring, different hacks, tricks, and techniques you can use to improve your bike touring experience, or just to hear some of their great experiences along the way. A new episode will be released as often as possible, on various topics related to bike touring adventures.
 
If you have ever been confused by how to be creative or how to get your team to be more innovative, listen up. In this weekly podcast, Amy Climer explains research, demystifies the creative process, and gives practical advice and strategies to help you build an innovative team. Learn about leading creative teams, deliberate innovation, and the creative problem solving process. Move past the myths and get real about innovation and creativity. Subscribe to get a brand new episode each Thursday.
 
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Where are you letting fear run your life? Listen to this recording of Holly's recent Sunday Session where she begins by finding out from the creative community - what are their fears? We discuss breakups, career, family, relationships, the fear of being disliked and the political fear trance we're all under the spell of. Listen to this recording an…
 
What would happen if you gave a bunch of comedians psychedelics and then asked them to get on stage and do their act? Find out as I talk with Tom Bomb, a comedian and the producer of The Psychadelics Pshyo (pronounced "show), a monthly underground performance/social experiment that results in hilarity and artistic entertainment. One episode in a se…
 
In this Episode of Bike Tour Adventures i speak with Luke Grenfell-Shaw while he is temporarily back in the U.K. after the Corona Virus made things too difficult to keep on cycling. Luke’s story is different from most, in that on 19 June 2018 he was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, a very aggressive and rare type of sarcoma which left his lungs riddl…
 
Ignite your higher power and invite in your guardians! Did you know that the beginning of May is a time in the year where people used to believe that the veil was very thin between worlds? Kind of like Halloween only more wholesome without the scary vibe;). In this special recording of one of Holly's popular live Sunday sessions she piggybacks on t…
 
In Interview 034 of Bike Tour Adventures I have the chance to talk with and get to know James Lagen. In 2008, James and three friends rode their bikes and skateboards from Chicago to New York City. Fueled by youthful ignorance, the four navigate America’s landscape through a maze of wrong turns and unfortunate circumstances. Today we are going to h…
 
In Episode 003 of BTA Touring Talk, Adam Hugill and I discuss the various types of options available when it comes to finding the right bike for the tour you are looking to do. Relaying our own experiences, we discuss the pros and cons of various types of touring bikes, such as road bikes, mountain bikes, folding bikes, traditional touring bikes, a…
 
In Interview 33 of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast, I have the chance to speak with 53 year’s young Ian Finlay. In August of 2018, he loaded up his bike with everything he would need to finally take his “gap year” and cycle around the world, old enough to appreciate it and young enough to do it by bike. Within a few weeks, the tour grew from a few…
 
Comedian and coach, Jennifer Mason and I talk about how to make the best out of online zoom shows, the transformational power of comedy and how everyone has a good "five minute set" inside of them. Listen as she explains how she uses stand-up comedy as a transformational tool and hear tips for how to make the most out of this COVID age of show busi…
 
In Episode 032 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to talk with Arie Hoogerbrugge. He recently started an epic bike tour adventure in St. John’s, Newfoundland and will be riding approximately 55,000km over the next 3 years as he makes his way west across Canada and then north to the top of Canada before turning around and heading south for t…
 
Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Stressed out? Here's a recording from Holly Shaw's weekly live Sunday morning sessions: Group Hypnosis for Calm and Clarity. In each session this Certified Hypnotherapist, opens with a few words of inspiration, followed by simple and fun movement and dance for a few minutes before going into a deep relaxing hypnosis (s…
 
In Episode 002 of BTA Touring Talk, Adam Hugill and I discuss all things sleeping while on a bike tour. With a variety of ways to make do for a night when out on the road, some of the various types of accommodation we talk about are hosted camping, paid camping, wild camping and stealth camping. We talk about using various websites that are useful …
 
Esoteric Biohacking Coach, Angela Rose Fields, was initiated into the ayahuasca psychedelic experience when she was just 16 years old. We talk about her intense experience plus the importance of set and setting, micro-dosing, the science of chakras, gut and brain health and more! Music by Dan Cantrell For info on Angela's upcoming Reboot & Rise Vir…
 
In Episode 031 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the opportunity to talk with Ben Davies, an ultra-distance endurance racer from England that has done some epic bike touring before getting more involved in ultra-distance racing. Starting in 2017 Ben participated in the Transcontinental race and in 2019 he came 2nd place in the TCR and 3rd in the Race…
 
In Episode 030 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to talk with Dan Hurd, a Navy Veteran from the United States that is cycling 25,000 miles around the Lower 48 in the USA. Having now been on the road for 2 years and having cycled 15,000 miles, he is well on his way to achieving his goal. Dan’s story is extraordinary but it doesn’t come with…
 
In Episode 029 of Bike Tour Adventures I have the opportunity to speak with Joe and Verity, a young British couple that decided to take follow their passion for education and gender equality by cycling to Mumbai to visit the Magic Bus charity headquarters. After reaching India they decided to continue on their journey and cycle all the way across S…
 
In Episode 028 of Bike Tour Adventures, you get to hear the rest of the conversation with Nima Khalkhali, as he leaves Europe and crosses from Italy to Tunisia. Nima provides tips and advice for cycling in Tunisia and Morocco. To become a Bike Tour Adventures Patreon click this link: https://www.patreon.com/biketouradventures For links to Nima's so…
 
In Episode 027 of Bike Tour Adventures I connect you with Nima Khalkhali, an Iranian-Canadian from Vancouver, B.C. that recently spent 5 months travelling through Europe and north-Africa. Having previously done some bike touring and having also done some hiking excursions, Nima brings a lot of experience to this conversation. In this episode we tal…
 
Space matters. In this episode, Architect Donald Rattner shares the research on how to design your space to enhance your creativity. Donald shares several simple changes you can make. Then, he examines Amy's office and provides advice on how she can make her space more conducive to creativity. Then, Amy implements those changes and reveals [...]…
 
In Episode 001 of BTA Touring Talk, Adam Hugill and I discuss the various types of cooking stoves out there, our experiences with them, and what our recommendations would be while focussing on several key questions: Where are you going? How long will you be touring? How often are you "cooking"? and How many people are you cooking for? Furthermore, …
 
In Episode 026 of Bike Tour Adventures, Adam Hugill and I record a catch-up podcast. In the 11 months since I last interviewed him a lot has changed. We are going to talk about how his tour changed his life, how he adapted his bike to the ever-changing circumstances of world-wide travel, where he is now and what's next for him. To become a Bike Tou…
 
Deliberate creativity encourages gaining clarity about the problem at the beginning of the innovation process. However, that's not how we always work. It's common to create something new while maintaining ambiguity around the purpose of the solution. Dr. Johnathan Cromwell found this in his research while studying a start-up company that was creati…
 
In episode 025 of Bike Tour Adventures I have the opportunity to talk to Thibault and Khánh (Lea), a French and Vietnamese couple. They are trying to do something good for the world by raising money for the NGO Poussieres de Vie, which raises money to enable young kids from poor families to go to school. The name of the project they have created fo…
 
In Episode 024 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to speak with Viktor Zicho, a 26 year old Hungarian citizen that is currently from Hungary to India on a recumbent bike. Not just your everyday adventurer, Viktor combines his favourite pastimes of photography, climbing and travelling in to one amazing lifestyle. Don't miss the bonus section…
 
Polymaths are essentially a modern-day Renaissance person. They have expertise in a range of fields and their diverse experiences help them be more creative. Dr. Angela Cotellessa was the first person to do a dissertation on modern-day polymaths. In this episode, she shares with us what she learned about polymaths and how it relates to [...]…
 
In episode 23 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the opportunity to catch up with Jonas Deichmann, an ultra-endurance cyclist that was previously a guest in Episode 13. Currently holding two Guinness Book records as the fastest cyclist to cross Eurasia and the fastest cyclist to ride the Pan-America. When I last spoke with Jonas, he was preparing for …
 
In Episode 22 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to catch up with Pablo Espitia, a young university graduate that has spent the last year cycling the Silk Road from Portugal to China, combining his passions of geography, sustainability and geography with bicycle travel through various cultures. Links to Pablo's social media can be found by …
 
In Episode 021 of Bike Tour Adventures I have the chance to speak with Rob Lea, an adventurer that has just completed the Ultimate World Triathlon, a combination of climbing Mt. Everest, swimming the English Channel and crossing the USA on a bicycle: all in one calendar year. Learn about how he prepared for all these different challenges, what the …
 
In Episode 020 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to get to know Chris Bennett, a 60 year-old Canadian who settled in New Zealand to escape the Canadian winters. As an engineer working for the World Bank, he has lived and worked in over 34 countries. After completing an Ironman race on every continent, except Antarctica, he shifted to self-…
 
In Episode 019 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have a chance to catch up with Sam Johnson, an English adventurer that has gone from travelling around in a camper van to pedalling the globe. Having now cycled through 32 countries and over 52,000 km, Sam has experienced civil unrest, seen the worst in people, and the good that is prevalent in the majority…
 
It's time for Season 2 to draw to a close (waaaaa) but never fear, this finale is a corker! Holly and Kate chatted to Samuel Oatley, known amongst other things as the guy with all the teeth from the latest season of Doctor Who! Sam talked to us about his role on the iconic show, why Sci-Fi continues to be at the forefront of modern storytelling and…
 
In Episode 018 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to speak with Arthur Desclaux, a wood engineer that built his own bamboo bicycle, has toured the world for the last 2 years, and has loved the people he met throughout the entire journey, including those he met while spending time in a Myanmar prison. Links to Arthur's social media can be fo…
 
In Episode 017 of Bike Tour Adventures, I have the chance to catch up with Tristan Ridley while he on a 100 country journey with the plan of cycling 100,000km. In this episode we talk about his original 13 month tour from New Zealand to the United Kingdom, his current tour, what he considers to be the best country for bike touring and what is the m…
 
This week, historian and educator educator Afia Ahmed Chaudhry. dropped by Diversify Towers to talk about her experience as a Muslim woman in the UK, living the best version of her faith and the double standards society imposes on men and women. She dropped some hard truths on the patriarchy and also told us how to satisfy a very specific craving f…
 
This week, we spoke to yoga teacher and creator of the website Balance Garden Jasmine Pradhan about finding balance in your life, not beating yourself up for not being perfect, and her experience moving to the UK having spent her younger years in Nepal. We also hear about her awesome Nepalese grandma everybody should meet, and what having family ab…
 
In episode 016 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Vroni and Jonas, a.k.a, Oni-on-Adventure, and learn about their how a bike tour adventure with a work and travel visa turned into a 3-year expedition from New Zealand back to Germany. Links to Onion Adventures' website and social media can be found by clicking my Episode 016 link below. Follow me …
 
After a short break, Diversify Season 2 is back to delve into the stories and life experiences we don't hear enough. This week, Holly and Kate headed to West London to talk to international British model Milly Simmonds about her personal experience of loss. Milly spoke honestly about losing both parents and the effect their deaths have had on all a…
 
In Episode 015 of Bike Tour Adventures I interview the Swag Family Hughes as they take their two young children on a one year bike tour around Australia as a means of educating them about the country, learning the stories of people around the country and creating educational content that can be used in primary schools around the world. Links to Swa…
 
Being the center of attention on stage is one thing. But what about managing the attention that you get - sometimes unwanted - off stage? In this conversation with somatic empath, Harmony Gates we talk about dealing with sexual harassment, jealous haters, and also just unwanted intimacy on the dance floor. We brainstorm solutions for how you can de…
 
Whilst Holly was off pretending summer is for working rather than holidays, Kate found herself in a basement at the Edinburgh Fringe, talking to two mightily creative people from Extinction Rebellion! Natalie Taylor and Monster Chetwynd chatted to Kate about the power of art to affect change and what's coming up in the world of XR. Friday 20th Sept…
 
In episode 014, I speak with Matt Arnold and Becky Prince about their 1 year tour from the United Kingdom to Singapore. We talk about places they really loved along the way, things they would have done differently, how not to waste too much money before the tour even starts and what it's like going back to "normal" life after the bike tour adventur…
 
In Episode 013 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Jonas Deichman, a German ultra-endurance cyclist and motivational speaker. During this interview we talk about how he went from being a guy that did an 18 month world tour to becoming a professional ultra-endurance racer, a holder of two world records for being the fastest to cycle across Eurasia …
 
This episode with Sam Rice is the extended version, during which Sam speaks more in depth about his spirituality journey and Ayahuasca. It's approximately 15 minutes longer than the other episode.Links to Sam's website and social media can be found by clicking my Episode 012 link below. Follow me at…EPISODE 012: http://biketouradventures.com/episod…
 
In Episode 12 of Bike Tour Adventures, I interview Sam Rice, who goes from nearly becoming an alcoholic to discovering spirituality and himself in the process, ultimately deciding to do a world bike tour while searching for answers. Links to Sam's website and social media can be found by clicking my Episode 012 link below. Follow me at…EPISODE 012:…
 
In Episode 11 of Bike Tour Adventures, Davide shares his story of how he flew to Alaska with zero experience and has now cycled Alaska to Patagonia, and S. Africa to Egypt. He talks about adventures with grizzly and black bears, an exploding iphone, Egyptian police and other amazing stories. Links to Davide Travelli's website and social media can b…
 
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