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This is the show that helps you up your confidence game so you stop settling for less than you deserve. Your host is Brooke Collins - speaker, life coach, women’s empowerment enthusiast, and the best friend you never knew you needed. But boy, do you need her. If you struggle with confidence, your self-worth, Brooke understands how you feel. As a coach she has helped many overcome these same frustrations, and has now condensed her life of learning into a simple 21 day challenge. Get it at htt ...
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. Change your perspe ...
 
In the Analytive Podcast we break down actionable marketing strategies, discuss trends, provide tips, tricks, and hacks, and interview business owners and business consultants. We want to help make you a better marketer, better leader, better business person, and improve your life. This podcast is hosted by Tyler Brooks of Analytive.
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator. Cindy approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Ironically, Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Cindy’s definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from K ...
 
Our goal at NewRetirement is to help anyone plan and manage their retirement so that they can make the most of their money and time. Our podcast spans money, purpose, meaning, lifestyle, and health. We interview guests with the goal of helping you make the most of your life. If you’d like to discover more, we offer “the best” free retirement planning tool and tons of useful content around this topic that you can access at NewRetirement.com.
 
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TAL Correspondent Sara Schmieder brings us an all new interview about the power of cemetery restoration, race in the American South, and bringing legacy to light. Dr. Ryan Smith is a professor of religious history, material culture, and historic preservation at Virginia Commonwealth University. His latest book Death and Rebirth in a Southern City: …
 
Laser-guided comic, writer and corporate host, the "modnifique" Ian Moore is every inch the Comedy Store headliner, but in the early part of his career his battle with stage fright left him a more deadpan act than he intended. We talk about the phenomenon of white blokes in suits raging against the world; the reality of his apparent dream life comm…
 
Tom Rush's career is a wonder. After stepping away from record labels and major tours in the 70's, he's managed to cultivate a dedicated audience that has loyally shown up for decades. His relationship to music had a rocky start with a dozen years of unenjoyable piano lessons as a kid. Tom talks about his cousin, Beau Beals, who taught him ukulele …
 
Whether you are a mom struggling with drinking, a mom who has chosen sobriety and recovery, or a woman struggling with your parents addiction this episode is for you! Today I interviewed my daughter Gabriella live. I am so proud of her for sharing a little glimpse of her experience and also for her bravery and willingness to help any kid out there …
 
Is Stuart Laws an absurdist rambler who froths up a load of increasingly hilarious nonsense whilst honking in a gilet? Or is he an astute and quite private man who started a production company when he was 18, and went on to produce his own sitcom Grave new World (Amazon Prime) as well as directing James Acaster’s “Repertoire” (Netflix) and countles…
 
Chris Pierce was raised by a white mother and a Black father, who impressed the importance of music in terms of finding peace and love within. While Chris was growing up, interracial marriage had only just become legal countrywide in 1967 and his family was not always accepted. At 5 years old, a burning cross was placed on his front yard and the wa…
 
In today’s episode Adam Gamwell and Astrid Countee are joined by multispecies anthropologist John Hartigan jr. John is an anthropology professor at the University of Texas at Austin. In his latest work, Shaving the Beasts: Wild Horses and Ritual in Spain, John studies the social lives of wild horses in Spain and Catalonia and the Spanish ritual dat…
 
The Brother Brothers are rooted in sibling harmony provided by twin brothers Adam and David Moss. Adam Moss would prefer if you didn't get really weird about twin stuff: “We sometimes find being twins a barrier to conversing and getting to know people quickly. It’s an easy thing for people to fixate on," he says. Truthfully there is PLENTY to discu…
 
Today you’ll hear my live zoom call with some ladies in a group coaching program working on recovery. Here are some takeaways; •We have the choice to choose recovery or not •you’re only as sick as your secrets • The Freedom of Serenity Questions to ask yourself: • I drink because? Or I eat because? • what will changing my relationship with alcohol …
 
Despite being told as a young girl she shouldn’t go near the digital space, Shireen Mitchell went on to found Digital Sisters and Stop Online Violence Against Women, the first organization dedicated to bringing women and girls of color online. This week she joins Damian Collins MP to discuss the movement she created and her observations on voter su…
 
The 57th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Peter Leyden — an author, entrepreneur, and public speaker — and discusses what the next 30 years might bring us and how that could impact our lives and the lives of future generations. Try out the NewRetirement Planner for free: https://www.newretirement.com/planner/signup Pr…
 
Mark Kilianski (of Golden Shoals) had the unfortunate experience of coming of age in a time where mainstream rock was just terrible (late 90's - specifically 1999 was pretty bad). He was really getting into bands like Korn and Limp Bizket, and his first guitar was a BC Rich Warlock (a heavy metal style guitar). Lucky for him, he had a cool guitar t…
 
“Jump off the shame train,” says Brooke Collins in this solo episode on her new line of work as a recovery coach for women. In this episode, she is talking about how the pandemic has opened up a whole new need for recovery coaches, especially for women. At the beginning of last year, many women found themselves face-to-face with problem drinking. W…
 
David Wax started visiting Mexico in 2001 and there he became enamored with the music of Central Mexico, particularly with styles of son music. He would spend summers going back to Mexico while studying at Harvard: Latin American History and literature. He was able to get a Harvard Fellowship which allowed him to live in Mexico for a year immersing…
 
Jessa Lin’s story started with trauma and drama. Growing up, she experienced both physical and mental abuse from her parents, which caused her to spend a lot of time trying to be small. Throughout her 20s, Jessa dealt with her childhood trauma in unhealthy ways, from partying to eating disorders to continually burying her hurt and suffering. It too…
 
Scintillating comic, podcaster, and co-host of “Gigless”, one of the online success stories of the last year, Catherine Bohart knows herself inside out and has a powerful mental toolkit for comedy. We dig into her past life as a former university debate superstar, and find out how it helped her stand-up as well her understanding of herself as a que…
 
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Yasmin Williams is your new favorite guitarist! She plays the type of music she'd want as a soundtrack for hiking, which is funny to think when you consider her initial inspiration for picking up the guitar. When she was in junior high, she beat the video game Guitar Hero 2 (on expert level!). She was clearly very good at it and thought that she wo…
 
For a long time, Ruth Hultquist equated the word “acceptance” with giving up. However, after experiencing a mental health crisis five years ago and participating in an 8-week mindfulness course, she began to change her perspective. Ruth’s mental health journey helped her realize that she wasn’t giving herself enough credit for all of the things she…
 
Gloriously disgusting double-act The Delightful Sausage is comprised of jointly and severally brilliant Amy Gledhill and Chris Cantrill, for whom every line is a rug-pull, every image a rat being sick. We talk about world-building, and the bible that holds the secret geography and population of “Icklewick”; how they aim for mainstream success in ot…
 
Kaiti Jones' vibe is truly chill with that special something that you experience in a real artist. She's got that thing that should propel her to great heights: her music is spot-on and as a human being, it feels like you're in the presence of some kind of greatness. Am I exaggerating? I don't know, but this woman is wicked cool. Her backstory star…
 
The 56th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Art Chang — an entrepreneur, public servant, and candidate for New York City Mayor — and discusses why Art is running for Mayor and how anyone can bring positive change to their local communities. Produced by Davorin Robison. © 2021 NewRetirement Inc.…
 
Five or six years ago, Sara Kubica was facing a crisis. Every day she woke up thinking: “I have everything, but I’m not happy.” In this episode of Desperately Seeking Self, Brook and her long-time friend talk about the power of looking beyond your external markers of success and finding what makes you truly happy -- and what behaviors just aren’t s…
 
“Come for the musical theatre, stay for the trauma!” That was the manifesto of the “Asda Kate Bush” Sooz Kempner, on her debut hour, an extraordinary verbatim performance of the real email her father sent to her mother, that led to divorce. We talk about upbringing as the only girl that didn’t do ballet, and how that inspired her self-belief; learn…
 
The 55th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Roger Whitney — author, financial advisor, podcaster, and founder of the Rock Retirement Club — and discusses Agile Retirement Management and how to truly Rock Retirement! Produced by Davorin Robison. © 2021 NewRetirement Inc.By Steve Chen, Davorin Robison, Roger Whitney
 
Local Natives are not a folk band, but this is my podcast and I do what I want. They are one of my favorite bands of all time, so I was geeked to talk to founding member, guitarist and co-frontman, Taylor Rice. Torchbearers of the Southern California band sound, Local Natives are originally from Orange County, CA. The core of the band have been pla…
 
For Annabel Stewart, changing our relationship with alcohol is one big adventure. Annabel is an Australia-based alcohol reset coach who caters to “women who adventure.” Her mantra of sobriety is one that many of us need to hear -- that not drinking isn’t going to make your life boring. It will actually make it more fun. In this episode of Desperate…
 
This week Damian Collins MP speaks to two organisations helping to improve media literacy by giving readers the tools to help navigate away from fake news. Andy Parsons is the Director of the Adobe Content Authenticity initiative and Anna-Sophie Harling is the Managing Director in Europe of Newsguard, who publish trust ratings for thousands of webs…
 
The 54th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Paula Pant — Founder of Afford Anything, a personal finance site, and host of the Afford Anything Podcast with 15 million downloads — and discusses Paula's core beliefs that you can “Afford Anything but not Everything” and that every decision has a tradeoff. Produced by Davori…
 
On the eve of his first solo Netflix special, one of South Africa’s finest comedy exports returns to the show to discuss the challenges of filming a show in Covid times, and the influence of his movie-grown director in planning the shoot. We talk with double Emmy-nominated Loyiso about compromising decisions on and off TV; his aim to improve rather…
 
If you do a web search for Steve Tilston, most of the results will be about John Lennon. Lennon wrote a letter to a young Steve offering him advice, but Steve did not know about the letter until decades later. His story would eventually become the 2015 film Danny Collins starring Al Pachino. Steve's talked about this subject probably one thousand t…
 
“There are so many options for people who don’t drink today,” says host Brooke Collins. In this episode of Desperately Seeking Self, Brooke is flying solo to chat about how to break up with alcohol and power through the judgement that many sober people face when they say they don’t drink. Brooke shares TONS of tips and spaces where you can find com…
 
For this special 50th episode, Damian Collins MP is joined by Senator Mark Warner. Chair of the US Senate Intelligence Committee, Senator Warner has been one of the leading voices in the campaign to address social media regulation and fight against disinformation. He is currently the sponsoring the new Safe Tech Act legislation in the US. Dr Charle…
 
Comedian and go-getter Ramon Rivas lives in abundance as an artist, despite his lack of financial privilege. Interviewed in his hometown of Lorain, Ohio, we talk about his realisation that audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 were perceiving him as white, and explore what that culture shock meant for how he views himself. We discuss how hustle…
 
Alec Spiegelman has been making folk music weird for years. Recently, his partnership with Ana Egge has put him on the radar as one of the most creative producers for folk musicians, working with people like Taylor Ashton, David Wax Museum and Sadie Gustafson-Zook. He's a part of the innovative indie folk band, Cuddle Magic, who just released a rec…
 
In recent years we’ve seen social media platforms abused to execute campaigns of genocide, lynchings and an attempted insurrection in Washington D.C. Whilst people enjoy the right of free speech, incitement to commit an illegal act is an offence. But is the law adequately defined for the digital age? Damian Collins MP is joined by Professor Richard…
 
“I wanted to move forward, not backward,” says Jane Enright, author of the book Butter Side Up and founder of MySuperAwesomeLife.Com. By anyone’s standards, Jane had a terrible year in 2017. In twelve months, she had a traumatic brain injury that impacted her hearing and speech, her fiance got into a terrible car accident, completely lost his memor…
 
Oscar Barrera is a Business Anthropologist based out of Veracruz, Mexico who brings a global mindset to helping businesses turn hurdles into opportunities for positive change. He is an expert in innovation, change management, and strategy. In this episode in partnership with Experience By Design podcast cohosts Adam Gamwell and Gary David dig into …
 
Russian-born and raised in Surrey at an American school, Olga Koch is a fiercely funny act with unique perspectives that aren’t simply confined to her unusual backstory. We talk about her background in computer science and find some parallels between jokes and code; talk about the difference in-between her comic voice onstage and on Twitter; and le…
 
There’s a growing problem with racism and hate speech on social media, corresponding directly with a rise in reported hate crime. Sports people and celebrities are particular targets. Damian Collins MP is joined by the Chair of the Kick it Out campaign, Sanjay Bhandari, and Charlie Brooks, Director of Communications at Manchester United to discuss.…
 
Raye Zaragoza has strong spiritual leader vibes and I believe everything she says. Originally raised in New York City, she and her two siblings and parents somehow all lived together in a studio apartment. New York has been a strong influence on her identity and her work ethic. She's a person who's always moving and moving fast. Raye's mom is an im…
 
“Everything that we do is in service of ourselves,” says Katy Chryst, health coach and body image expert. In this episode, Katy talks with host Brooke Collins about her coaching work, which is rooted in the idea that poor body image makes it nearly impossible for us to have consistent, healthy habits. Katy’s research is focused on developing functi…
 
In recent days, the eyes of the tech world have turned to Australia and its dispute between their government and Facebook, after a new law was passed requiring Google and Facebook to provide financial support to the news industry. Controversially in the week before the law passed, Facebook removed all Australian news content to put itself outside s…
 
Bethany Black makes a powerfully funny connection with her fanbase, and has been wielding it to great effect over the course of her heavily-shielded pandemic experience. We explore the effect on her work of her concurrent diagnoses with autism, ADHD and agoraphobia, and discuss how her fanbase consists of people just like her, rather than the cool …
 
The Suitcase Junket's Matt Lorenz was guest #3 on this folk podcast and I'm thrilled to welcome him back to break down the latest album song by song. Released in November 2020, The End is New, was produced by Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), who was working remotely (because of Covid precautions) from the West Coast. Matt describes how that changed the wa…
 
“We as women hold ourselves hostage with our self-conscious thoughts,” says Brooke Collins in this solo episode on how self-consciousness is holding us back. For Brooke, this topic is a sad one, because so often we are missing out on all the amazing, limitless possibilities of life because we are terrified of judgement - from how we look in that dr…
 
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