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Join writer and musician Jennifer Juan on her immersive and engaging podcast “Sincerely, Jennifer x” a weekly exploration of language, literature, and a little thing called life. Every week join Jennifer as she discusses the week's biggest issues, opens up about her experiences, answers your questions and shares poetry and short stories. Find more information on Jennifer and her work, along with hundreds of free to access poems, short stories and videos at www.jenniferjuan.com Email Jennifer ...
 
Thought-provoking videos about life and being human, with ideas from business leaders, psychologists and researchers speaking onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
I love stories. I believe that we can all learn from each other's experiences. Some had difficult lives filled with trials and pain. Some have lived lives ruled by fear and loss. Some had pretty "easy" experiences. No matter what you've been through, everyone has a story to tell and to share your story is BRAVE. Each week a friend and I get together and share stories as a means to encourage others. No matter what you've gone through, you have a story. YOU. ARE. BRAVE. Big thanks to these for ...
 
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In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Jennifer Perez. Jennifer shares her journey with infertility which led her and her husband Mace to become foster parents. Through foster care, they were blessed with their first son and then God had another blessing in store for them; Jennifer became pregnant with her first daughter Hann…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about how lockdown 3 is going for her, her thoughts on Lana Del Rey’s latest drama, the media’s response to the violent misogyny of Phil Spector and why the sunrise inspired one of the songs on her upcoming record. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Mike Acker. His story starts off with a bit of a shock; his father was a drug smuggler and his mother was a witch. Despite those circumstances, they both found God and became heavily involved in missions. Mike shares what it was like to grow up in Mexico and some of the challenges he fac…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about romantic walks by the river Thames, casting love spells, her plans for Valentine’s Day and her thoughts on social media platforms banning Donald Trump. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including more failure from the government on Free School Meals, t…
 
This podcast episode was originally recorded on June 18th, 2018 We've cleaned up the audio a bit and hope that you enjoy the episode with founder Patrick Sherwin talking about how and why he started GoSun. Josh sits down with GoSun founder Patrick Sherwin. GoSun makes solar-powered stoves that operate without any type of fuel, just the power of the…
 
Happy New Year! The Brave Podcast is BACK!!! I have missed y'all so much and am so glad to start Season 2 of show next week! This episode is a bit different from the previous ones as it is just me chatting with you guys. This is something new I am trying called Brave Bites. They will be short episode at the start of each month with me sharing a lit…
 
Matt sits down with Bogobrush co-founder Heather McDougall. Bogobrush makes eco-friendly toothbrushes designed to help cut down on everyday single-use plastic consumption. Heather had a pretty interesting layup to starting Bogobrush which is technically a family business, with her brother, John, being a co-founder. Heather and her brother wanted to…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about how to make amends when you’ve been a bad girl, her attempts to be kind to herself, and her latest TV obsession, Scandal. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including absolute madness in England’s schools, fish related shouting from Ruth Davidson and a …
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer wishes you a happy new year, in her usual chaotic and rambling fashion. Donate to Mind Out to help LGBT people: https://mindout.org.uk/donate/Donate to Centre Point to help Homeless Youth: https://centrepoint.org.ukDonate to Fareshare to help feed vulnerable people in the UK: https://fareshare.org.ukDonate to help capti…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shared some poems, tells your fortune and talks about marine captivity, her favourite Christmas present, why influencers should be left in 2020 and how tired she is of street harassment. What The Actual F*** Is Going On In Your Life? Timestamps:Pile 1: 45:03Pile 2: 01:07:06Pile 3: 01:22:01Donate to Mind Out to help LGBT…
 
Matt sits down with Sea Sense Flip Flops founder Luke McMillan. Sea Sense Flip Flops makes vegan, beautifully made eco-friendly flip flops however, there is much much more behind Sea Sense than just fantastic sandals. Luke really makes sea sense stand apart and where the really awesome piece of his business comes in is the socio-economic and enviro…
 
In this special episode of Sincerely, Jennifer x, Jennifer addresses the nation, like the Queen, because she has delusions of grandeur, but also a very important message for her listeners. Donate to Mind Out to help LGBT people: https://mindout.org.uk/donate/Donate to Centre Point to help Homeless Youth: https://centrepoint.org.ukDonate to Fareshar…
 
Matt sits down with PostFly founder Brian Runnals. PostFly is a mostly fly fishing subscription box, that offers everything you need whether you’re a seasoned veteran fly fisher or just starting out. As you might have guessed, Brian started PostFly because he wanted to make it easy to get into FlyFishing and take a lot of the guesswork out of the p…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about the evil that hides in some people’s religion, finding comfort in the little things and how to know if you’re on the same page as your partner. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including Rishi Sunak’s mad plan to get the economy back up and running, t…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about nuclear war (again), why people need to leave Prince Harry and Meghan Markle alone, and why NIMBYs are the worst. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including Christmas bubble chaos, the London mayoral race getting MESSY, and Matt Hancock doctorsplainin…
 
Backed by research and personal anecdotes, Spanish professor Anna Babel reveals the intricate relationship between language and culture, showing how social categories and underlying biases influence the way we hear, regard and, ultimately, judge each other. A talk that will leave you questioning your assumptions about what it really means to speak …
 
Matt sits down with Flylow founder Dan Abrams. Any hardcore skier, especially the backcountry crowd will recognize Fly Low as one of the bigger small guys in the ski industry. Fly Low makes backcountry skiing apparel and recently started expanding their line digging into mountain biking as well. Fly Low started as an incredibly small company and ha…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about saving badgers, learning to trust people after trauma, why ISIS flags are not fashionable (CC: Redscare Podcast), how to deal with distraction and how to overthrow capitalism. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including the big reveal of the vaccines, …
 
Matt sits down with Shred Dog co-founders Marc Dietz & Dallas Moore. Shred dog is a technical apparel company making kid’s clothes for now, but they do plan on expanding into men’s and women’s apparel. They decided to start small, literally. In a lot of ways, they’re changing the way people look at kids’ technical apparel. For the longest time kids…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer takes you on tour with her, to present the first and only performance of her The Adventures Of Hunnybee tour, that was lost to the pandemic.Featuring The Songs:1. You Leave Me In Flames (Live)2. Winter Girl (Live)3. Swipe Forever (Live)4. Calais and Dover (Live)5. Necklace Made Of Your Fingerprints (Live)6. Christmas Ci…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Juan Lee. Juan Lee is an author and teacheron the powerful principle of love. For over 30 years, he has studied organized religion to find the elements that unite humanity and share the message with those who need it. Raised within the Christian church, Juan has turned to teachings about…
 
Matt sits down with NoSweat Chief Operating Officer David Holt. NoSweat makes pads for hats and helmets designed to help keep sweat out of your eyes, a simple concept with a fairly niche use but it's been received incredibly well especially for athletes. In this episode, we dive into cultivating brand culture, the different nuances of the startup w…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about how Love Actually is deciding events in her life, being locked up in an asylum, what she plans to tell her children about 2020 and what she misses most while being isolated. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including toilet humour joining the brexit d…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Dan Steuer. I had such a blast chatting with Dan. He is a new podcaster, just like me, so we geek out a little on podcasting in this episode. Dan lost his job as a physical therapy assistant due to the pandemic. After seeking God for what he should do, he was prompted to start his podcas…
 
Matt sits down with Stout Tent founder Caitlyn Stout. Caitlyn and her co-founder (and husband) Jim Stout were fed up with their banking jobs and decided to take the plunge into a venture that would get them closer to what they loved most, the outdoors. Though that tale itself is pretty remarkable, what’s even more captivating is how Caitlyn and Jim…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about life in a cult, messy conversations with mysterious ravens, the idea of devotion and what she wants for Christmas. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including Boris Johnson beefing with the devolved administrations, the chaos of new lockdown plans, the…
 
From the stage to everyday life, theater educator Jo Michael Rezes studies queer identity and the spectrum of gender performance — in its success and failure. Aided by a delightful introduction of campy charm, Rezes explores the freeing potential of playing with gender to better understand ourselves, each other and the spaces we inhabit.…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Alex Sanfilippo. Alex discusses how he got into writing, despite having severe dyslexia. We also discuss elevating Jesus instead of ourselves, how to prevent burnout and being okay with failure. Towards the end of the show, Alex shares how he came to know Jesus. Alex is the host of Creat…
 
Matt sits down with Winterstick president Rob Lu. Winterstick is a snowboard brand originally started by Dimitrije Milovich who brought to life some of the first pow surfs. In essence, he gave us the tools to surf the earth. Winterstick has had quite a journey since then. Today Lu, is largely responsible for a lot of the progressive shapes coming o…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about the dangers of glorifying serial killers, what she’s been manifesting lately, her first heartbreak and how lockdown is going. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including the Lib Dems kicking off about Nicola Sturgeon memes, chaos in Northern Ireland, t…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Cortney Moranic. Cortney was thrust into the world of traumatic brain injury when her son Toran was severely injured during a football scrimmage. His prognosis was poor and the family faced lifelong disability. Against all odds, Toran recovered. This experience led the Moranic family to …
 
Matt sits down with Nomatic co-founder Jacob Durham. There’s a good chance you may already be familiar with Nomadic. They are huge innovators in the everyday carry industry, making a variety of specialized bags for luggage, travel, commuting, and camera & videography. What you may not know is that Nomatic was really started on a quest for knowledge…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about losing it during lockdown 2.0, catching feelings, her fear of fireworks, and the drama of the US election. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including Boris Johnson finally deciding he cares about vulnerable kids, a PR disaster for the PR hungry chair …
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Shonda Carter. Shonda shares her journey as a creative and using that creativity to honor God. In our interview we talk about hearing God, finding your authentic self and identifying your purpose. I loved my chat with Shonda and I am sure you will as well! Seriously, she is so fun, get r…
 
Matt sits down with Oros Apparel co-founder Michael Markesbery. Oros makes outdoor apparel and outerwear using their own patented Solarcore insulation technology. What’s Solarcore you ask? Solarcore is the flexible version of a typically rigid and fragile material used by NASA called aerogel. More importantly, Solarcore is the first-ever aerogel co…
 
On today’s special Halloween episode, Jennifer introduces you to Ella, a regular girl, trapped in very irregular circumstances, as the end of the world draws in, and the zombies arrive in Scotland. Read Ella at The End Of The World: https://jenniferjuan.com/ella-at-the-end-of-the-world/Find more information on Jennifer Juan and her work, along with…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to travel across the pond and hang out with Lee Chambers. Having spent the last 10 years working in a variety of fields, including local government, a corporate organisation, and in elite sports, he has now brought his experience and qualifications with the aim to impact the wellbeing of thousands of ind…
 
Matt sits down with GCI Outdoor founder Jeff Polke. GCI Outdoor is an outdoor chair and furniture brand specializing in innovation. Some of you might be familiar with GCI, some of you might not but, they are a long-time innovator in the outdoor space. They’ve been in business for coming up on their 25th year, a fairly huge milestone. In this episod…
 
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about playing nurse maid, what she has in common with Professor Snape, why so many Nan’s love Cliff Richard, and what’s to come in your future. Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including the British government abandoning kids in need, Nicola Sturgeon confir…
 
In this episode of The Brave Podcast, we get to hang out with Treveal CW Lynch. Born in Chicago and raised in Toledo, OH, he and his family relocated to southern California as an act of faith, in 2001, where he quickly discovered his gift for communicating. With extreme passion and transparency, Treveal has been captivating audiences for over 18 ye…
 
Matt sits down with Path Project founder Scott Bailey. Path Projects is a specialty running brand making innovative running with a simple, sleek, aesthetic, and an emphasis on functionality. The idea of Path Projects, his newest endeavor, came from him wanting running shorts to fit what he was looking for but not being thrilled with the options on …
 
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