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Best Late Bloomers podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Late Bloomers podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Write Your Own Media presentsTha Late Bloomers ! We are a Philadelphia rooted urban pop culture and lifestyle podcast and home of #EatingWithEAZE food blogWe give you the news old or new, it's better late than never!!!Hosted by Wy-O (@_wy_o) & OG Eaze (@eatingwitheaze IG) Subscribe and follow us on social media @ThaLateBloomers Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tha-late-bloomers/support
 
Chicago Improvisor and Comedian, Phylicia McLeod interviews friends in their 20s and 30s to see where they are in life compared to where they thought they would be and if they too feel like they're falling behind in life.Host: Phylicia McLeod @Phy_Phy on twitterProducer: Matt Sadler @Matthew_Sadler on twitter
 
Every Monday morning Jeff Sanders is here to help you dominate your day before breakfast and apply the best productivity strategies for high achievers! Discover how to bounce out of bed with enthusiasm, create powerful lifelong habits, and tackle your grandest goals with extraordinary energy. The 5 AM Miracle is a practical self-improvement podcast that features interviews with authors, speakers, and highly successful people from around the world. This weekly podcast focuses on productivity, ...
 
Every morning, we profile the people, places, trends and technology that are ahead of their time and worthy of yours. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Hosted by productivity strategist Mike Vardy, The Productivityist Podcast is a weekly show that discusses tips, tools, tactics, and tricks that are designed to help you take your productivity, time management, goals, to do lists, habits, and workflow to new heights - both at work and at home. If you're looking to focus your efforts on getting the right things done and start living the good life, then this weekly conversational podcast – crafted in the tradition of Slate's Working, Back to Wo ...
 
Rebecca L. Weber coaches with the sustainable strategies, mindset shifts, and creative skills development she uses to help independent writers around the world. If you’ve got what it takes to make it as a freelance writer, but struggle with confidence, imposter syndrome, overwhelm, procrastination, time management, writer’s block, improving your craft, marketing, pitching, underearning, pursuing meaning in your work, or getting in your own way, this is the writing podcast for you. Learn, gro ...
 
Curve Riders is a short narrative podcast of women who didn't make the history books. Produced by Pa Ying Vang; the series presents achievements and cultural impacts of women religious. Inspired by SisterStory's coverage "Sisters of Influence" on pinterest the podcast aims to present these stories anew with an emphasis on storytelling through writing, sound design, and music.
 
A show about the magic of words, the timeless nature of books and the relationships and community that they inspire. Tune in to the delightful discussions on what people are reading, what they are writing, the stories behind the stories, and what has helped them hone their skills.
 
Odd Room Chats is a podcast brought to you by The Oddboy Collective where we talk to cool people that live in or are passing through our hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina into our studio to talk about art, music, and what's going down in our city. It gets weird, but we like it that way.
 
Welcome to Why We Run! My name is Beth Baker, and I am a running coach and owner of Running Evolution in Seattle. I coach new runners, but what I really do is chat them up to distract them from well…running. Before I was a running coach, I was an audio engineer. This has been a dream of mine for years, and I have loved the whole process and learned a lot. I love talking about music, art and what it means to be a human while running, and this podcast is dedicated to that, while people are act ...
 
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SA Institute of Race Relations — Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Hermann Pretorius scrutinise Ramaphosa remarking that De Klerk's comments may be treasonous, latest developments with the US Democratic candidates and contention over the Elgin Marbles.By SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nick Richards’ mother is a breast cancer survivor, so the University of Kentucky center wore pink shoes in a recent game against Georgia during Coaches vs. Cancer Week in support of his mom. Richards’ pink shoes were particularly alluring for two reasons: He was the only player wearing pink, and those pink feet never stopped moving. Up and down the…
 
Are you and your writing blooming? Sometimes valuing productivity and efficiency can be counterproductive. If you and your writing are blooming—or will be in the near future—focusing on the notion of being behind robs you of your enjoyment and even slows you down. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Support the Writing Coach Podcast with a review on Apple Po…
 
The adult film actor Jamie Gillis died ten years ago this week. I started The Rialto Report because I wanted to show that there was much more to the world of adult films than just adult films. And Jamie was one of the best examples of that. Jamie was one of the great performers in film history, but he was much more than that. He was a French litera…
 
In one of the most compelling & inspiring discussions in this podcast’s history, Doug Conant, former CEO of the Campbell Soup Company, President of Nabisco and Chairman of Avon Products, vividly describes how he felt after being fired from a senior position early in his career. But the discussion quickly pivots; Conant shares the brilliant guidance…
 
Here’s looking at you, you green-eyed monster, you. Feeling jealous of another writer’s assignment, grant, income, relationship, skill, talent, age, credits, social media presence, book contract, education, or any other attribute can act like a double whammy. First, the compare and despair mode derails us from our own work and can be a huge time su…
 
SA Institute of Race Relations — Nicholas Lorimer is joined by Marius Roodt and Sara Gon, covering a bizarre BEE case at a chocolate factory, a PWC report indicating the coronavirus could negatively impact SA's tourism sector and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's denunciation of EWC.By SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Anbara Salam Khalidi, just 20 years old, wasn’t afraid to stand up on a podium and make history. After spending two years abroad in England, the daughter of a prominent Sunni Lebanese family was asked to give a talk at the American University of Beirut in 1927. In England, she’d been most impressed by the relative freedom enjoyed by women. In Leban…
 
“Resistance is always lying and always full of shit.” John Joseph 500 EPISODES. Over seven years ago, I sat down in a damp and echo-y warehouse on the north shore of Kauai and hit record for the very first time. There was no agenda. No commitment to even record a second episode. And certainly zero idea that what began as a fun experiment would evol…
 
In the winter of 1940, a group of civilian skiers was sitting by a fire in a ski lodge in Vermont shooting the breeze about how the US Army needed an alpine division like the militaries in Europe had. That conversation transformed into a concerted effort to turn their idea into a reality, and the creation of the Army's 10th Mountain Division -- a u…
 
The Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1944 was complicated in a number of ways. There was the catastrophic war that was tearing Europe apart, inflicting unspoken suffering on millions of people. There’s also the fact that it wasn’t even awarded that year. Thanks to a stipulation in Alfred Nobel’s will, which mandated that the prize be held until the fol…
 
On this episode of the program I'm joined by Grant Baldwin. Grant is the founder of The Speaker Lab, a training company that helps public speakers learn how to find and book speaking gigs. He's also the author of the book The Successful Speaker: Five Steps for Booking Gigs, Getting Paid, and Building Your Platform. This episode is brought to you by…
 
This week on the Roach Koach Podcast we listen to the sounds of 40 Grit and their album, Heads. Are these guys weird enough? Are they disciples of Robb Flynn? What goes on at the Church of Beer? Most important, does 40 Grit belong in the Nu-Metal Canon? Also: An email that changes EVERYTHING. Deftones on tour with Poppy! A Honking on Bobo update! A…
 
Learning To Drive With Dyslexia. Hannah shares how she learned to drive using some unusual techniques with a dyslexia friendly driving instructor. Listen to her story. Links you might want to go: Hannah Kelly’s website: https://www.hannahkelly.co.uk/ The busy project website: http://www.thebusyproject.org.uk/ BulletMap Academy webinar: https://bull…
 
Eva González Pérez was sitting at the kitchen table when her husband showed her the letters. He operated a childcare agency in the Dutch city of Eindhoven, and his roughly 300 clients had all received strange letters from local tax officials stating they would no longer receive a benefit meant to help working parents pay for child care. They’d also…
 
Dr. Ben Burnett served as a school administrator through two powerful tornadoes and Hurricane Katrina. Most school administrators are fortunate enough to make it their entire career without witnessing their campus destroyed by a natural disaster. Some administrators may have experienced it once, maybe even twice. But probably only a handful can say…
 
I've dealt with depression in my life. My body temperature also seems to run hot; in fact my wife Kate has nicknamed me "the baked potato." My guest today says that there may be a connection between those two things. His name is Charles Raison, he's a psychiatrist, professor of psychiatry, and the co-author of The New Mind-Body Science of Depressio…
 
Freelance writers shy away from talking about sales. “Got an assignment,” yes, but “sold a story,” much less so. “Salesperson” is associated with being “salesy,” which itself brings up a sleezy person trying to convince us we want something we don’t, or somebody who won’t give us a moment to process or consider. We’ve all been on the receiving end …
 
SA Institute of Race Relations — Gabriel Crouse, Sara Gon and Nick Babaya discuss the potential gains and drawbacks of allowing independent power production in the Western Cape to supply power to the grid. They then muse on Busisiwe Mkhwebane's proposal that the Zondo Commission hands over evidence to her office and lastly, they dissect De Klerk's …
 
“The disconnect between the research and what the public believes and understands is mind boggling.” Dr. Cyrus Khambatta & Robby Barbaro A full blown epidemic in the developed world, diabetes currently afflicts an astonishing 30 million people in the US alone, despite the fact that 1 out of 4 don’t even know they have it. Even more bewildering, ove…
 
Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/328 . Learn More About the Show The 5 AM Miracle Podcast . Free Productivity Resources Join The 5 AM Club! . The 5 AM Miracle Book Audiobook, Paperback, and Kindle . Connect on Social Media Facebook Group • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn . Episode Summary Wouldn’t you love to get paid to speak for a living? Yeah, …
 
The ’60s were heavy, even if you were a kid, and the early ’70s weren’t much different. Family friends got maced by cops for being hippies. Neo-Nazi sympathizers were weirdly finding common cause with the Nation of Islam. And the war back home continued full force with vets returning with heads full of hate, PTSD and veins sometimes full of heroin,…
 
Why do people sometimes fall in love with someone who is all kinds of wrong for them? Their friends and family see lots of red flags about their partner, but they themselves miss these warnings entirely, sometimes to catastrophic consequences. My guest today argues that these kinds of errors in relational decision-making happen when someone lets hi…
 
At 5 am in the northern Myanmar town of Myitkyina, the road is still, a cool mist rising. The faint outline of a motorcycle appears, followed by another. Silently accelerating, they reach the outskirts of the capital of Kachin state and ascend a steep hill. The young men park their bikes, cast off their flip-flops and stretch, mountain views emergi…
 
SA Institute of Race Relations — Gabriel Crouse is joined by Marius Roodt and Sara Gon who talk about the withdrawal of SA's preferential access to US markets, the extraordinary performance by Sinn Fein in the Irish elections and what it means, and they pay tribute to Joseph Shabalala, the founder of Ladysmith Black Mambazo.…
 
On this episode, I'm joined by my good friend Mike Pacchione. Mike is a speaking expert who helps presenters find their voice on stage. Hint: putting yourself in your speech, while scary, is a bit of a secret weapon for making your speech memorable. This episode is brought to you by Future. Future pairs you up with one of their world-class trainers…
 
This week on the Roach Koach podcast we visit with Nothingface and their third album, Violence. Is this album just for people who are very angry? What should you do if you find a meathook in someone’s basement? What is proper stabbing technique? Most important, does Nothingface deserve another slot in the Nu-Metal Canon?Also: Who’s Tweeting, Who’s …
 
Hannah shares how she was afraid of jumping the chasm of studying because the tools other students used weren’t working for her. So she found another way to jump using her creativity. Links you might want to go: Hannah Kelly’s website: https://www.hannahkelly.co.uk/ The busy project website: http://www.thebusyproject.org.uk/ Instagram: @hannahkelly…
 
Everyone gets old. But not everyone experiences old age the same way. Some folks spend the last few decades of their life sick, sad, and stagnating, while others stay sharp and find great satisfaction in the twilight years of life. My guest today is a neuroscientist who has dug into the research on what individuals can do to increase their chances …
 
One day when my father was driving at the age of 55, he noticed the streetlights were wavering. For most of us, that would have been enough to make an appointment, but it took my father several years before he finally consulted an eye specialist. The diagnosis: macula of the retina. Since then, his eyesight has deteriorated so much that his ophthal…
 
“Your genes are not your destiny.” David Sinclair, PhD Aging is inevitable. Everybody grows old. Everyone dies. We accept these statements as fact. But what if they're just stories based on history and our current understanding of biology? What if everything we think we know about aging is about to change? Across the globe, scientists are working o…
 
Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/327 . Learn More About the Show The 5 AM Miracle Podcast . Free Productivity Resources Join The 5 AM Club! . The 5 AM Miracle Book Audiobook, Paperback, and Kindle . Connect on Social Media Facebook Group • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn . Episode Summary How rested are you? If you’re like most high achievers, you…
 
In 1972, Alfred Sole, a first time filmmaker, made an X-rated film called ‘Deep Sleep’. He didn’t know much about adult films or the industry, so he shot it in his hometown of Paterson, New Jersey and using a cast and crew made up of friends and family members. This meant that the local lawyer, banker, policeman, high school teachers, funeral home …
 
Can you recall the last time you tried to talk to someone about a personal, political or work issue and quickly discovered the other person’s view of the situation was completely different than yours? How’d that work out for you? If words like “strained,” “painful,” “awful” or “never again,” come to mind – you have a lot of company. But to be truly…
 
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