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A podcast for those who want the other side of the story. Primitive Initiative Podcast is tailored for those who seek knowledge to its deepest depths. The guests on this podcast are a result of a decade of research into fields ranging from alternative history, health, philosophy, religion, physics, chemistry to politics and more. Visit www.primitiveinitiative.com for show notes, timestamps & resources.
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
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Fort Laramie, Ohio’s Country Concert was the “festival before festivals”. Over the past 40 years, it has evolved into a good spirited, family friendly (while amazingly still BYOB) checkpoint in the careers of many headliners. We’re so thankful for the role Paul and his family have played in the roots of Raised Rowdy and country music as a whole. So…
 
From field parties to “shot and a chaser” releases, Noah Hicks knows how to put out a song with a bang. Not to mention, anyone who can get a cut and a video with Rhett Akins this early in their career has to have something going for them. Check out this week’s episode where we get to know the stories behind Noah’s epic releases and hear a version o…
 
Danny Roddy has been independently researching stress, hair loss, and aging since 2007. He authored the best-selling book, HAIR LIKE A FOX: A Bioenergetic View of Pattern Hair Loss, in 2013. Danny's content and ability to simplify complicated subjects for his own comprehension and others is often a lifesaver for people who are new to the bioenerget…
 
Depuis le 28 avril 2021 une grève générale a lieu en Colombie. Les manifestations sont réprimées par l'état et la police, causant plus de 40 morts, presque 400 personnes portées disparues, des dizaines de cas d'abus sexuels, de blessures et de mutilations en seulement un mois. Si cette violence d'état devient évidente au moment de ces manifestation…
 
Pour la deuxième fois dans cette série de podcast, nous parlons de la diaspora tamoule d'Îlam. Après une excellente conversation avec Apinayaa U. en mars 2020 qui exposait de nombreux aspects de la cause tamoule et de la violence génocidaire de l'Etat singalais, voici une discussion avec Vishni Francis Jeyaratnam qui offre une autre perspective en …
 
A conversation between Amélie Tresfels and Michaëla Danjé around the book that Michaëla recently edited, which is entitled AfroTrans. This book is the very first one published by Cases Rebelles‘ newly created publishing house. With this new endeavor, the panafrorevolutionary collective co-founded by Michaëla, continues to inspire many of us around …
 
Boy, was this a fun one. We generally have a few when recording, but it’s definitely a first that someone brings a new method of drinking beer to the table. But that’s just Canaan. He’s done everything from writing his own album end to end to radio hits and major tours. Now he’s returning to his lyric driven style with his new album, High Country S…
 
Vinnie is another member of the emerging Nashville Americana crew who we’ve had the opportunity to interview (see Nate Fredrick, Gabe Lee, etc.). But Vinnie’s northern roots give his sound a bit more Springsteen and Henley. Check out this week’s episode to hear more about Vinnie’s history playing Philly dive bars and how he got involved with Reviva…
 
Lainey Wilson has taken “bell bottom country” to new heights with her new record, Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’. While we’re excited about the success of Things a Man Oughta Know, the record opens with a banger in Neon Diamonds and doesn’t quit. Check out this week’s episode with an exclusive version of Things a Man Oughta Know and don’t forget to check…
 
In this conversation, we talk about Harsha Walia's new fantastic book, Border and Rule Global Migration, Capitalism, and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (Haymarket, 2021), which draws an international map of the border imperialist regime in its geographic, historic, and legal complexities. We then proceed in trying to envision the various forms of i…
 
Jameson is a songwriting, beer drinking, finger pointing son of a gun. Over the past two years he’s toured with Luke Combs, wrote his first #1 and got his first #1 song to country radio with Some Girls. It turned out for the best that COVID cancelled our initial podcast with Jameson, as Kurt got to share some special (and hilarious) stories from th…
 
Dr Andrew Kaufman MD a natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, forensic psychiatrist, and expert witness. He completed his psychiatric training at Duke University Medical Center after graduating from the Medical University of South Carolina, and he has a B.S. from M.I.T. in Molecular Biology. He has conducted and published original re…
 
This week welcome one of our first guests, Kenton Bryant, back to the podcast. A member of the 50 egg team and a disciple of Jonathan Singleton tree, Kenton’s a working man’s songwriter who can churn out well crafted songs just as well alone as he can working with the best in the world. And from what we’ve heard of his new project Covered in Dirt, …
 
This conversation was recorded to be featured in our March-April 2021 issue “The Paris Commune and the World” for the 150th anniversary of the Commune. In 2016, Geo Maher published a book entitled Building the Commune (Verso & Jacobin) that describes the last ten years of communal councils’ existence in Venezuela during Hugo Chávez’s presidency. In…
 
Nate’s Different Shade of Blue is an exciting, complete album. Tracks like Paducah and Caroline will (and should) garner attention, but every track offers a different vibe while somehow providing cohesion to the greater work. We love Nate and this record. Hear more about it on this week’s podcast with Nicky T and Kurt Ozan.…
 
What can you say about Kurt….well first and foremost he’s our favorite former sushi delivery guy. That and he’s got a knack for picking up pretty much anything and figuring it out. This is one of the many reasons we bonded with Kurt and have chosen him to be the new co-host of the Raised Rowdy Podcast. This week we’ll get some insight into how he m…
 
Pour le numéro de mars-avril 2021 du magazine The Funambulist, nous tenions, comme beaucoup d’autres, à célébrer les 150 ans de la Commune de Paris. Il nous semblait néanmoins crucial d’extraire son histoire et son héritage des imaginaires des gauches blanches du Nord global et à les faire dialoguer avec des expériences communales du passé ou du pr…
 
Pour le numéro de mars-avril 2021 du magazine The Funambulist, nous tenions, comme beaucoup d’autres, à célébrer les 150 ans de la Commune de Paris. Il nous semblait néanmoins crucial d’extraire son histoire et son héritage des imaginaires des gauches blanches du Nord global et à les faire dialoguer avec des expériences communales du passé ou du pr…
 
Most people know Trey by know, but what they likely know him for is only one dimension of his deep character. Who would’ve thought the guy who cut the raunchiest country song of recent memory (albeit still a damn good song) also spends nights listening to inspirational podcasts and putting together vision boards. Don’t get us wrong, he’s still the …
 
It’s been a few since we last sat down with Sam, but damn if he hasn’t stayed rowdy in our absence. After catching all the fish in his pond, lockdown got to Sam and he hit the road to meet the people. The Backyards and Bonfires tour was sent Sam into the homes of fans and friends for small, socially distanced shows. He connected so much through his…
 
In November 2015 the first episode of the Science of Success hit the iTunes airwaves. This was after nearly six months of behind-the-scenes work recording episodes, planning the show, and getting ready for launch. I did not expect the show to do as well as it did, we garnered tons of initial traction, hit new and noteworthy, and so much more. What …
 
Cette série podcast de The Funambulist en français est dédiée aux histoires et aux luttes des quartiers populaires de France et des colonies d’outremers. Des Minguettes de Vénissieux à la Cité Pierre Lenquette de Nouméa, des Bosquets de Montfermeil aux Flamants de Marseille, du Firminy Vert au Chaudron de Saint-Denis La Réunion, notre objectif est …
 
In this episode we discuss the incredibly important thing that everyone (including you!) get’s wrong about presence, we explore how to prime yourself for the best performance in moments of pressure and high stakes situations where other people are watching and judging you. We look at the results from thousands of experiments over the last few decad…
 
Increased Privacy = Increased Security In November of 2020, our founder Michael Thoreson was asked to speak at the 3rd annual global meeting on AI for Law Enforcement organized by The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), through its Centre for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics, and the International Cr…
 
In this episode we share the lessons from Astronaut Scott Kelly's amazing career - form what it takes to become an astronaut, to surviving NASA's grueling training, the powerful experience of being in outer space and the lessons you can apply to your life with our guest the first human to spend a year in space - Scott Kelly.…
 
Nate loves beer. We love beer. This week’s podcast was easy. In all seriousness, Nate is an artist who pushes the boundaries of transparency. From songs about disaster in his home town to his departure and return to Nashville, Nate evokes emotions that you don’t expect. Then he buys you a beer. Check out Nate’s new single Sleeve this Friday, Februa…
 
Who would’ve thought a guy who spent most of his upbringing off the grid would become one of the best artist/entrepreneur combos in country music? Well, a couple people figured it out (including Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top). Tim brings his “Guns & Roses and Marlboro Country” energy to this weeks podcast from his underground viral marketing compound (…
 
In this episode, we discuss how to identify and defeat the stories that hold you back, how to use your complaints as a compass to improve your life, powerful methods for creating permanent habit change, and we unmask the number one reason why you resist making big changes in your life with our guest Jen Sincero.…
 
In 2020, Jobe proved himself, but not in the way you might think. We all know he had the vibe and the voice, but with the Rona Mixtape he had to do it all. From setting up mics to learning the bass (not as simple a transition as it seems), Jobe worked his way through one of the more raw, heartfelt EPs of 2020. Hear more about the record and stories…
 
John Warrillow is the founder of The Value Builder System™, simple software for building the value of a company used by thousands of businesses worldwide. His best-selling book Built to Sell: Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You was recognized by both Fortune and Inc. as one of the best business books of 2011 and has been translated into…
 
One thing is apparent when you listen to Lily Rose. She is a technician. She burns to understand why and will do the work when she finds out. That’s why her viral track “Villain” should not be a such a surprise. Rose leveraged her pop sensibilities, “followed the blueprint” (her words, not ours) and drove home one of the more dynamic singles of 202…
 
In this episode we discuss an old trick palm readers use that you can leverage to get people to do what you want, why persuasion does not lie just in the message itself, but rather in how the message is presented, what the research reveals about why the context matters as much, if not more, than the content itself, why you shouldn’t ask people for …
 
In this episode, we have two incredible guests on the show, Gay Hendricks and Carol Kline. We dig into some of the incredible stories of how Gay and Carol's past, how you can create luck in your life, see more opportunities, and how luck played a huge part in the writing of their latest book!
 
2020 wasn’t so great. That is, unless you’re Drew Parker. In this week’s episode Drew humbly recognizes that a tough year for most brought him his first child, his first #1 as a songwriter and a killer EP that will help cement his status as one of the brightest rising stars in the scene. Just imagine what he’ll do in 2021.…
 
Raised in the Western Cape of South Africa Hans was a complete nature and adrenaline junky. If he wasn’t in school, he was out in the oceanic nature of the Western Cape, jumping and climbing rocks enjoying the freedom away from boarding school. He also loved doing parkour and riding quad, but at the age of 17 weight training became his new obsessio…
 
In this episode, we share an incredibly powerful annual planning ritual that can transform your entire year. We break down exactly what to do to set yourself up for success in the new year and show you how to avoid the biggest problems that stop you from achieving your goals. Don't let your 2021 goals become figments of your imagination by springti…
 
In this episode, we interviewed author and private investigator Tyler Maroney. We dig into what it’s like to be a private investigator, what’s fact and what’s fiction, and how you can learn to be more engaging, open-minded, and observant like a PI in your own life. Plus there are some incredible stories!…
 
Sometimes it takes a downturn to take full advantage of your talents. When his job in the oil fields went south he sold a rifle, bought a PA, and the rest is history. 2020 was supposed to be Heath’s year (anyone else?), but he’s not the type to complain. It’s in his nature to find a way. 2021 it is.By Jacob
 
In this episode we discuss several seemingly good ideas that are actually quite dangerous. We start with a look at how the immune system can teach us about the vital importance of being “anti-fragile.” We look at lessons from ancient cultural traditions all the way up to modern psychology research to peel back the layers of our current social dialo…
 
Tom Steding, Ph.D. has been CEO of more than 12 high-tech companies and active chairman of several others. He is co-founder of the Mayfield Alliance with former Facebook Executive Blaise Bertrand. Tom is also the co-founder of Quadrix Partners, providing leadership interventions. He is a “Seal Team Advisor” to the Stanford-Affiliated Alchemical Acc…
 
In music, Evolution is less a natural progression and more an earnest commitment to change. Austin’s self described “work in progress” sound (rock, country, Texas, who knows) feels like a window into an artist’s narrative. His laser sharp focus on lyricism and evoking emotion leaves you wondering, “If this is now, what’s next?”. Earlier this year A…
 
Phil Jones is an international business speaker and bestselling author. Phil has made it his life’s work to completely demystify the sales process. He has gone on to deliver over 2,500 presentations in 57 countries across five continents, training more than two million people (both sales and non-sales professionals, leaders, and experts) to learn h…
 
Today's guests are Courtney Lawyer and Jim Blakely speaking on behalf of Pure and Secure LLC the makers of Pure Water and AquaNui Distillers. There is so much debate over which water purifier or filter is best, the truth is, context matters. There are different water purifiers for different situations, survival, power availability, water hardness, …
 
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