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Brought to you by HeadStuff Podcast Network in association with Queer Moon Productions the Prospect 57 podcast puts you right in the heart of a Dublin bar and all its dirty little secrets. Join narrator Nic as she navigates a world of corruption, power, pleasure and violence in search of the truth. You think you know bars like Prospect but you haven't seen anything yet. After a colleague and friend falls victim to a horrific hate crime, bartender and wanna-be journo, Nic, is forced to delve ...
 
Hello there and welcome to our new service industry podcast BarCode TSI, where we discuss all things service industry related. We interview bartenders, servers, managers, and owners of bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and more. Our purpose is to shed some light on topics we all run into while doing our job. Some are fun, and some are hideous, but all are relevant to what we do on a daily basis. Even when we’re off the clock trying to enjoy our own time being served, we still end up busing our ...
 
Based out of Dayton, Ohio, Randy Johnson hosts a weekly podcast titled Risk Without Regret. The main goal of this show is to inspire and motivate you to follow your dreams, take more risks, build a business around your passions, and have no regrets along the way. Some episodes, I'll discuss a quote I came across and really dig in deeper for 10-20 minutes. Quotes that mean something to me, and I think deserve to be expanded upon to make you think about them more and how they can relate to you ...
 
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My Risk Without Regret podcast launched 5 years ago this weekend. I’ve taken too long of a break from it, but it’s time to finally get back. And what better way than to start creating videos on the 5 year anniversary. I’ve been terrified to be on video for so long, but that was just a stupid story I told myself. Zero excuses. Just start and keep go…
 
If you're a musician, you want more people to listen to your music. And you'd prefer to create music full-time. Which means you'll likely need to make money from it. Today's episode talks about various ways to increase your YouTube revenue. In the end, you should strive to connect with your fans more. And by giving them more of what they want, you'…
 
Everyone hears the word "success" and instantly thinks of fame and fortune. But we all know (or should know) that happiness doesn't actually come from money. Unfortunately we all have to figure this out for ourselves. In this episode I talk about mundane tasks, people hating their jobs, feeling stuck, how money is an incentive to keep you there, go…
 
Regardless if you're a stripper or a bartender or neither, I think this episode might give you some new ideas to think about. No matter what niche or industry you're in, there are always random ways to mix things up. Check out the complete show notes here: RiskWithoutRegret.com/strippers Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe to the show and le…
 
After a brutal attack on a colleague the night of Dublin pride, wanna-be journo Nic, and bartender at Prospect 57, sets out to discover the truth behind what happened. Written and Directed by Brid Ni Chomain and Ella Maria Carmen Produced, mixed and edited by Taz Kelleher Starring: Nic - played by Ella Maria Carmen. Gary Tyrell - played by Conor Mi…
 
As they wait for James to wake up, Nic goes to Aaron and shares what she knows about his attack. Written and Directed by Brid Ni Chomain and Ella Maria Carmen Produced, mixed and edited by Taz Kelleher Starring: Nic - played by Ella Maria Carmen. Gary Tyrell - played by Conor Miley Ellen Tyrell - played by Fiona Coughlan. Monica - played by Brid Ni…
 
As the situation reaches boiling point the gang are in a race against time to nab those responsible for James' attack. But who can they trust? Written and Directed by Brid Ni Chomain and Ella Maria Carmen Produced, mixed and edited by Taz Kelleher Starring: Nic - played by Ella Maria Carmen. Gary Tyrell - played by Conor Miley Ellen Tyrell - played…
 
So about a year ago, I wanted to create my own monthly subscription box for my Low Label clothing brand. Everyone was doing them and I thought I could build something cool too. I had no idea what I was doing so it was a lot of trial and error, until I ultimately shut it down at the end of 2017. Throughout this episode, I explain the details of my m…
 
Here's a super short episode, only 3 minutes in length. I posted this quote on my personal Instagram a couple months ago (@bigran82). I wrote a long caption explaining my thoughts on it and how it relates to my life. I turned that caption into audio and now it's available through my podcast. Here's the text version of this episode: So much work ove…
 
On today's episode, I have an amazing interview that I know you'll get some value out of. My guest is an entrepreneur located down in Texas, and although he's running a successful business these days, it wasn't always that way. In fact, for almost 10 years, he was an air force pilot flying all over the world. But after you hear his story, as well a…
 
If someone comes to me and says they want to own their own business someday, but they have no skills and they have no idea what to do, the first thing I ask them is, "Do you enjoy being on a computer for long periods of time?" If they say no, I think they should be trying as many new things as possible to see what sticks and what they enjoy doing. …
 
Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms out there. I use it constantly, and I have way too many accounts, more than any sane person should be able to handle. Hashtags are at the core of this app/tool, and it's a way for other people to find you and your content. But there are rules. And the rule is, no more than 30 hashtags, bec…
 
When it comes to growing a business, marketing is something that you'll have to spend money on. And once you figure it out and see the benefits, it's something you'll constantly want to invest in. One thing that you should definitely consider is incorporating FREE into your company somehow. In this episode, I talk about how I've used free with my c…
 
On this week's episode, I discuss a great quote from the book I'm currently reading called Essentialism. Here's the quote: Only once you give yourself permission to stop trying to do it all, to stop saying yes to everyone, can you make your highest contribution towards the things that really matter. -Greg McKeown These days, everyone seems to be ov…
 
On today's episode, I have Terry Gremaux joining us from Dallas, Texas. Terry is one of the leading social media trainers in the entrepreneurial space, as well as the author of a book that will help you Develop a Mind-Blowing Daily Routine and Create Your Dream Life. His story actually starts in a small town in Montana, and at one point he was livi…
 
Since this is a milestone, I decided to make episode 50 a little different. I went back through all of the interviews and pulled out my favorite 2-3 quotes from each. This will definitely be one of the episodes that I tell everyone to listen to right after they discover my podcast. The amount of inspiration that's packed into this 24 minute episode…
 
Most of the successful people I follow or have read about usually have a specific morning routine that helps them accomplish more or increases their happiness throughout the day. In this episode, I explain what I'm currently doing during the first couple hours of each day. Plus I also talk about the one big thing that gets me out of bed right away …
 
I read somewhere that the average adult makes around 35,000 decisions a day. Think how stressed out you'd be if you were indecisive about all of those! I'm a very indecisive person, and sometimes I just have to force myself to make a decision and move on. In most cases, even if it turns out to be the wrong choice, it's not the end of the world. In …
 
On today's episode, I have RJ Hodges joining us. RJ is an inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, and certified life coach. He is also a bestselling co-author of the book Mission Unstoppable, as well as the author of You Can’t Practice At The Game, The Art of Mastering You, Volume One. He says his philosophy of mastering yourself applies to bettering …
 
Do you have goals? Sure you do. Is everything you're doing getting you closer to those goals? Probably not. "Ask yourself if what you're doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow." Listen to this episode where I dig into this quote and explain how it pertains to me. I give a few personal examples and as well as some tips to…
 
Today's guest sure has her hands full. PJ Jonas is married with eight children in rural Indiana. For almost ten years, the entire family has been running a business called Goat Milk Stuff. When I first heard about the company, I was like, someone is making things out of goat milk? So obviously I had to check it out since my curiosity couldn't take …
 
When it comes to your small business, trying to be everything to everybody is the perfect plan for failure. If you try to offer everything for the masses, you'll likely attract nobody. Figure out exactly what you want to do, based around something you enjoy doing, then decide exactly who you want to create this product/service for. Once you know wh…
 
On the podcast this week, I have Maj Toure joining us. He's from Philadelphia and is currently on a tour around the country promoting his Black Guns Matter movement. If you haven't heard about it yet, he'll go into all the details in this episode. But the basic idea is to educate as many people about gun safety as well as offer firearm training to …
 
This week's guest is Pete Sisco from Resilient Personal Freedom. In 1996, he decided to invest $300 in himself and start his first online business. Five years later, he monetized that website. 15 years later, it has made him millions, and he still consistently makes an income from it, among other online businesses. After living the conventional lif…
 
Today's featured guest is Andrea Lake. Back when she was 18, she decided to skip college and just go straight into building a business. Her first business started as small as a business can start, but it still grew pretty quick, especially for someone right out of high school. A few years later, Andrea decided to give clothing a chance and built he…
 
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