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Have you ever been told you’re just not right for the part? Maybe, you’ve been on a hundred auditions and heard back from zero? Or are you merely a terrible actor searching for mediocre advice? All are welcome. Join Andrew and Catherine as they break down the day-to-day life of an early-career actor, discuss constant rejection, and provide tools that will guide you through this artistic mess. We’re new at this too, so let’s learn together.
 
The Maine Road Ramble is a Manchester City focused podcast originally created by Kevin Nelson and Ger Deegan, who met while writing for SB Nation a few years back. In it's present state, the Maine Road Ramble team is made up of Kevin, Ger alongside Andrew Dettmer, Jon Ashley and Joe Ricci. The podcast structure is quite loose and conversational with the banter ranging across all aspects of the game, including tactics, analytics, match recaps, and much more. Thanks to the size of our team, we ...
 
I’m Rebecca Smith, your podcast host, and High Performance Coach. I’m Director of Complete Performance Coaching and founder of The #PerformHappy Community. Maybe you’re a gymnast with a fear of going backwards. A swimmer who can’t seem to go any faster. Or a parent who is clueless about how to help your child succeed. You might be stepping up to tougher competition and looking to raise your game. Whether you're struggling with a mental block, or you just had the best season of your life, thi ...
 
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Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The end of today’s passage from the Gospel of Luke will challenge each one of us as we reflect on how we are using the blessings we have received. Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration ArchivesBy Fr. Andrew Ricci
 
Photo by u0410u043du043du0430 u0420u044bu0436u043au043eu0432u0430 on Pexels.com Jesus offers a parable to remind us to be steadfast and alert, ready to respond at any moment to God’s call in our lives. Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration ArchivesBy Fr. Andrew Ricci
 
Photo by Skitterphoto on Pexels.com In the Letter to the Ephesians we who have been chosen by God and believe in Christ are sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit. May we call upon the Spirit every day for strength and wisdom! Mass Readings – Friday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives…
 
Photo by Gareth Davies on Pexels.com The beginning of the Letter to the Ephesians reveals God’s goodness to us; may we be inspired by what we have received to live this grace in our daily lives! Mass Readings – Thursday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration ArchivesBy Fr. Andrew Ricci
 
On today's podcast, I'm interviewing Toni-Ann Williams, former elite and collegiate gymnast who also represented Jamaica as the first Jamaican gymnast in the Olympics. We talk about her support squad, how silly things from home helped her, and having resilience because of her big drive to make a difference and inspire young gymnasts.…
 
Transept in the basilica of St. John Lateran, Rome Jesus makes it clear that no special signs will be given to the people, for they have something greater than any prophet or miracle. They have the Son of God! Mass Reading – Monday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives…
 
On today's podcast, you are going to hear from a very special person. This is one of the athletes from the PerformHappy community and she struggled with mental blocks for years. She's a competitive cheerleader and she's a really hard worker. She's had times in her life where she was a really strong tumbler but then something would happen and she wo…
 
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