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Hey mamas, tune in as Dr. Cassidy Freitas holds space for conversations with experts from around the world and parents who have been through it. With a background in Marriage and Family Therapy, Dr. Cassidy offers education in topics ranging from pregnancy, fertility, postpartum, parenting, wellness, creative living and more! This podcast is not a substitute for therapy and if you're struggling you should seek help from a licensed provider in your area.
 
There are so many extraordinary people achieving outside of the ordinary. From athletes to artists, adventurers to entrepreneurs, scientists to everyday people embarking on huge adventures. However, it is not what they achieve that fascinates me, but rather, how they achieve such excellence. Through my Find Your Feet Podcast, I want to pull back layer upon layer to find out what drives these members of our community who are striving hard to find their feet & live a rich, purposeful life. I w ...
 
Welcome to the Beard Stroking Bullsh*t Podcast! We're here to talk about all of our favorite things, from Comics and Video Games to TVs and Movies. We bring on special guests when we can and try to ask as many questions we think fans of that guests would ask. We rant and rave and criticism but we are FAR from professionals, so download an episode and take a listen, who knows we oculd be your new favorite podcast.
 
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In this episode I share my conversation with Chasity Holcomb, Licensed Professional Counselor and founder of Momfully You. Together we explore the identity transition of becoming a mother. While we might hope and imagine that we will just connect with that new identity after our baby is born, it is very common to not feel comfortable or confident i…
 
In this episode I share my conversation with Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC-certified lactation coach and founder of Lactation Link. In this episode Lindsey shares her story of grief and loss that she experienced after having a baby and being diagnosed with cancer. Together we explore how Lindsey found joy even amidst the grief and pain. I put together…
 
In this episode I share my conversation with New York Times Best Selling Author and mom to three Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, LCSW. We discuss her most recent book Bottom Line for Baby, where she shares the science behind some of the biggest decisions new parents have to make. Tina and I explore the overwhelming feelings that come with trying to make the…
 
In this episode I share my conversation with Karrie Locher, postpartum nurse and mom to 3. We discuss a common (but not often discussed) symptom of postpartum depression and anxiety, RAGE. Karrie shares her experience with postpartum rage, we discuss the stigma around women expressing anger, and explore supportive coping skills. To learn more from …
 
In this episode I share my conversation with registered therapist, maternal mental health specialist, and Happy as a Mother founder Erica Djossa. Together we explore the invisible mental load of motherhood in that first year with baby. You know all those tabs you have open in your brain that no one else sees? That's what we are talking about today!…
 
In this episode I'm sharing my conversation with Psychologist Dr. Angel Montfort. Together we explore the impact of racism on mental health, physical health, and relationships. We discuss ways we can begin to talk to our children about race, why raising "color blind" children is not the answer, and navigating difficult conversations about privilege…
 
lice has risen through the ranks in l&d and worked in lots of different organisations to build up what she knows now from public sector to charity, law, fashion and now fintech. Alice found her niche and passion in younger organisations or start ups that are driven by passionate people with and exciting visionshe is now specialising in digital lear…
 
Mirjam Neelen is a Learning Experience Design Lead with over 10 years of industryexperience. She currently leads the learning experience design processes across Accenture’s various business entities globally. Mirjam is a proud advocate for evidence-informed approaches to learning design, she’s had a collaborative blog with Paul A. Kirschner for ove…
 
My mother, Julia Hutchinson, has not just been 'Mum', but my friend, role model and most avid supporter... through every mad idea I have embarked on. I can still remember her grasping hold of my infant-sized hand as I toddled up the gravel road next to her, blonde piggy tails bobbing. 'Hanny, please never grow up.' This is my first memory of my mot…
 
Peter decided to ask his friends for some help with the show notes: Lori Niles-Hofmann: “He is hirsute as he is knowledgeable” Matt Ash: “As Peter approaches his 50th year working in digital learning, he finally purchased a colour monitor but is yet to plug it in. Famed for his debauched antics along the sunset strip during the 1970s, it’s said tha…
 
On this episode, Wes Locher returns as a guest to discuss his upcoming comic with Loch Ness, Bug Slugger, their loving send up to the shows of the 90s like Power Rangers, Street Sharks, and so much more. Mike and Jon pick their brains of how this project came together, where Loch Ness' artistic inspiration came from, to what its like to relase a co…
 
Amanda is a geek at heart, who is passionate about learning... and using technology to take people to a whole new level!She help organizations boost performance and business results through the right mix of best-in-class technology, content strategy, a new operating model, stakeholder management and the right L&D skillsets.When it comes to business…
 
After being put into Shelter in Place for the past few months Jon and Mike have come to terms with life in quarantine and have started catching up on a whole host of things. Jon talks about the most recent, fanless UFC experience, Mike talks about what he's been playing, mostly Animal Crossing and a deep dive into the last Assassin's Creed, Odyssey…
 
Christine Locher is a coach with her own business and a learning consultant with NIIT, and serves on the board of the eLearning Network. She wants to bring body and soul back into the business world. In her coaching focus, she helps decision makers and growing start-ups tap into their values to make a purposeful difference. She combines a high “BS-…
 
My father, Simon Allston, has been a pillar of strength, support and wisdom to me for the last 34-years of my life. Raised in England and a child of the British boarding school movement, my father moved to Australia for Law School. It was here, on Aussie soils that he found his greener fingers… and my mother. A proclaimed farmer on his marriage cer…
 
As you can probably tell there is a much nicer voice presenting the show today thanks to the awesome Gemma Paterson. Today Gemma turns the mics on usual host Danny Seals and Sam Davies to hear about their new venture Venndorly and answer some of the questions you've asked on Linkedin about this new game-changing platform. You will get between the s…
 
Dan Kelsall is the Creative Director of Offended.marketing, a creative agency based in Manchester. He swears a lot, doesn't pull punches and his favourite hobby is winding old, white blokes up on LinkedIn. 👉 Offended can be found here www.offended.marketing 👉 His book F*cking Good Content can be found here 👉 Dan can be found here: Mindchimp Sponsor…
 
Tracey is currently Director of People Experience at Sky UK. Sky is Europe’s largest entertainment company with 22 million customers in 5 countries. Her experience in learning, leadership and talent spans more than 15 years. Tracey has worked across multiple industries including media and telecommunications, mining, transport and logistics, employm…
 
On this Episode Mike and Jon are rejoined by Patrick Trahey, writer of the XII to talk about what is to come for the rest of the series and for the second part of his story. The three discuss where we've been in regards to the story of the Father in Book One of the XII and where we'll be going with some minor spoilers given to us by the author hims…
 
Simon likes to wrestle with the puzzle of how ton shifts organisational behaviour, to improve organisational performance in particularly high compliance environments, that’s what he gets paid for. Works for a fantastic firm, PA Consulting, who are doing amazing things in a number of walks of life. Adopted Northerner having relocated from London to …
 
The conversation today is a ‘Hanny solo conversation’ about the stress response, and what I am doing to combat this as best I can. It is also an introduction to my new book which will hopefully arrive into our online Find Your Feet store, as well as all major eBook distributors, such as Amazon & Kindle, in the first few weeks of May. In this podcas…
 
Jack is a Learning Consultant at Virgin Media, He is passionate about getting L&D to think outside of its own silo, being confident in not having to offer 'learning' to fix problems. His journey into L&D started supplier-side before moving into an internal role where he could bring some of that outside perspective and ideas. He captures a list of a…
 
Trish helps business leaders and learning execs leverage data, science, analytics and emerging technologies to develop their people’s current skills and future capabilities for a fit and ready workforce in agile organizations. Where to find Trish 👉 LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/trishuhl/ 👉 Twitter @trishuhl https://twitter.com/trishuhl Refer…
 
Gemma is a design thinker on a mission to make work feel more like real life. She heads up Development Experiences & Innovation at Legal & General, connecting the dots across talent, learning and employee experience. You can find Gemma getting enthusiastic about pretty much everything on Twitter https://twitter.com/gemstgem and LinkedIn: https://uk…
 
Mike is a learning consultant who advises organizations on the best approaches to achieve learning and performance goals. When considering alternatives, he likes to think about the big picture. This involves:● unpacking objectives to ensure each training program engages and educates the learner, aligns with organizational goals and provides an appr…
 
Lloyd is currently Head of Digital and Innovative Learning at EDF. He's been able to find a balance between solving today's problems with tomorrow's solution. Lloyd has his own podcast called The Future Of Learning which can be found here https://lloyddean.co.uk/podcast/ You can reach Lloyd on Twitter @LloydDeanUK or on LinkedIN here https://www.li…
 
Werner Puchert is a man on the move, ex-Deloitte hotshot, devoted father and dispenser of both words of wisdom and humour, he spends most of his time in Poland these days, even though he hails from South Africa. His current projects include a podcast, a book, a business and an extraordinary conference at a castle. Sadly, all this pales when compare…
 
Mike is the Learning and Organisational Development Manager at Emerald, where he is lucky to work with some of the leading lights of the L&D sector. After 20 years in Further Education, a few years ago he shook up his career and landed in corporate learning and development, and hasn't looked back. He can be found lurking on Twitter @MikeShawLD and …
 
Claus Raasted has worked with designing extraordinary experiences for almost a quarter of a century. Today, he serves as a Senior Advisor to McKinsey & Company, is the Director for The College of Extraordinary Experiences and is the host of the podcast ”The Business of Extraordinary Experiences”. He is also a prolific author, with 28 books to his n…
 
Paul is a leader in digital strategy and user experience design. He has been working with diverse organisations such as The European Commission, PUMA and Doctors Without Borders for over 20 years. Through consultancy and training, he helps organisations make better use of digital technologies. He helps them meet the needs of today’s connected consu…
 
In February 2017 Alex, also known as #AuthenticAlex on LinkedIn, shared her quarter-life crisis and subsequent early retirement from the corporate underworld. Over the space of a few months she started to share her mental health experiences and adversities and in 2017 & 2018 was named LinkedIn Top Voice UK. When she's not trying to disrupt our soci…
 
By day, Kate Graham is head of content of Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst. By night she moonlights as the social chair of Learning Technologies, the co-founder of #womeninlearning, awards judge and TJ podcast contributor amongst other things Women In Learning 👉 https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12210548 You can find out about the work F…
 
Matt leads Media Zoo’s Learning team, a multi-award winning production company who are transforming the industry with their approach to quality. Under Matt’s leadership, the team have developed a unique human centred design model focused on quality, outcomes and continuous innovation, leading to a huge success story over the last three years. You c…
 
Dave is a creative leader and has worked in a wide range of contexts. His focus is on the development of rounded young people who have great knowledge, habits of success, creative know-how and wayfinding abilities.He has a passion for learning that looks to design and develop curriculum, community and culture. His approach improves outcomes through…
 
Roger is a Professor at Stanford, Yale, and Northwestern; his speciality was Artificial Intelligence focussing on natural language processing, models of human memory and learning; when AI got killed by over-promising and his kids went to school (a deadly combination) He decided to use what he learned about learning in a different venueSo, now he is…
 
If you're pregnant or postpartum or hoping to have a baby in 2020, I am SO glad you're here listening to this episode! My guest today is the queen of newborn sleep, Cara Dumaplin of Taking Cara Babies, but in this episode we talk about SO much more than sleep. We explore the relationship between sleep, mental health, the common experience of scary/…
 
Charlie has an eclectic career history as a marketer, blogger, film-maker, coach and L&D professional. Raised in the art and science of Learning and Performance Innovation at BP, he has recently established a successful Learning and Performance Innovation consultancy with Morten Bonde called Solvd Together (www.solvdtogether.com). In this episode, …
 
On this epsidoe Mike and Jon dive DEEP into the final two episodes of the Watchmen HBO series (Warning, if you're not caught up they spoil the hell out of the finale). They cover episode 6 of the Mandalorian, talk about about early responses to the Rise of Skywalker, and discuss Activisions decision to put Call of Duty Modern Warfare K/D Ratios beh…
 
Heart Meditation. We don’t really talk about things like this in our western culture. More and more of us are accepting the notion of meditation and mindfulness. However, in these practices, we are using the mind to calm the mind. That’s really hard. Ivan Zwart is the founder and facilitator of Happy Ground Wellbeing and author of ‘Finding Happy Gr…
 
Mirco has 20+ years of experience through Private Company, Incubators/VC and Agencies. Mirco book Agencies & Brans in Management Organization can be found here Links 👉 https://amzn.to/2rV0aQK He is also an active blogger which can be found here 👉https://medium.com/sharing-by-mirco-pasqualini/tagged/experience Since this recording Mirco has now move…
 
On this episode Jon and Mike continue their discussions on Watchmen after the last two episodes and finally getting some real answers from Episodes 6 and 7. We continue discussing the progression to the Mandalorian's story with Chapter/Episode 4 and the introduction of Gina Carano's Cara Dune, in what felt like a "Side quest" episode. Mike saw Rian…
 
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