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Jeff Fletcher is a positive mindset music creator and founder of positive mindset songs specializing in vibration raising songs for positive manifestation, motivation and self empowermen.The Law of Attraction is a very popular subject these days. However, if you're struggling to manifest what you want in your life. It is most likely because you are not in the right mindset for long enough of the time. In this podcast series we will use some of the positive mindset songs that Jeff creates tha ...
 
Conversations on the deeper lessons we learn from the outdoors. Tim Stewart speaks to athletes, authors, philosophers, and leaders about their adventures outdoors and the lessons they have brought back with them. We explore topics such as flow states, consciousness, fear, risk, and death, and how all of these come together to provide us with meaning and wisdom.
 
Dying Scene Radio is the official podcast of the music/news website, DyingScene.com. Hosted by Bobby Pickles and a revolving, ragtag cast of misfits (i.e., Elena Venetia, Chris Fox, etc.), morons (i.e., TONE LO-KI, Piazza, etc.), and musicians - the show premiers new music, covers all the latest headlines, and features band spotlight interviews (notable guests have included: Ben Weasel, Cock Sparrer, Frank Turner, Fletcher Dragge, Gavin McInnes (co-founder/Vice), Millencolin, and face to face).
 
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GreyCast hosts, Ari Firoozabadi and Mike Hehir, talk with business leaders and rising stars across real estate and other industries. Given their backgrounds, Ari and Mike bring a unique perspective that allows for dynamic conversations touching a variety of current and relevant topics. Thank you for listening!
 
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Listen to members of America's elite special operations forces gather to discuss leadership and current issues. Hear from special operations personnel like Navy SEALs, Army Green Berets, Army Rangers, Marine Raiders, Air Force Special Operators, pilots, medics, communicators, and more! Join our hosts, USSOCOM Senior Enlisted Leader Greg Smith and Green Beret Sgt. Major Matt Parrish, as they speak with special operations guests, past and present, about their experiences. SOFcast is the U.S. S ...
 
Hosted by Jenny Anderson, the Learnit podcast showcases global learning leaders re-imagining what students need to know, how they will learn it and the technology they are using to get there. We look at school leaders, tech entrepreneurs, and learning engineers who are closing equity gaps, accelerating academic learning and instilling in every learner the drive and skills to learn and thrive. Jenny is a former financial journalist who loves to tell a story, interrogate the numbers and uncove ...
 
You know their words and melodies, but maybe not their names: Write You A Song features country music’s most successful songwriters talking about their craft with host Tom Mailey from Bonneville radio station New Country 105.1 KNCI in Sacramento. Tom is a country radio veteran with over 30 years of experience in Seattle and Sacramento, and has always been a song lyric junkie. He hopes this podcast will shine a spotlight on the talented men and women who, mostly behind the scenes, write the s ...
 
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Matt Nickles of Dayton Ohio is a new type of explorer. An Urban Explorer…Urbex for short. Rather than photograph people, he photographs the effects of people by documenting the things they leave behind by entering abandoned buildings, schools, churches and even subways. Basically Matt is an historian. These places can be dangerous, so it’s not for …
 
Climbing Mt. Everest wasn't enough for Special Forces SFC Jason Howell. He set out to do it without using any supplemental oxygen! From becoming a Marine to donning a Green Beret, running Ultra Marathons, and becoming a Special Forces mountaineering instructor, tackling the toughest things in life is just part of SFC Howell's ethos. Find out how he…
 
As an entrepreneur, former executive, husband, and father of three, Cory Carlson understands the pressures working parents face. He is passionate about helping business leaders win at home and work. Twenty years in corporate America gave Cory amazing opportunities as he worked his way up to the executive level. But he also saw brokenness: work with…
 
Kyle Dow is a coach focused on emotional and spiritual health and wellness. A Rock-climber and seeker, Kyle is adept at exploring ones edge, both in the outdoors and in ceremonial settings. We chat about: Pushing limits in the outdoors and how it often leads to us performing at our best Flow states and the similarities between flow states from adve…
 
In a world that often feels polarized and disconnected, it’s more important than ever to show up with empathy. Carlos Whittaker is bringing hope to people all over the world. He’s the author of four books, host of the podcast Human Hope and a global speaker. You may recognize Carlos from Instagram, where’s he’s built a tribe of enthusiastic followe…
 
TMBS 82 aired on March 19th, 2019. Episode summary: Michael breaks down how we fight white supremacy and the history of imperialism. Shoutout to egg boy a hero of our time Global update Bolsonaro's fascist tour in the US, a new free Lula campaign, and anti-austerity protests in Argentina. During the GEM, David breaks down the upcoming tech IPOs. We…
 
Stories featured in this episode: Three to Go - by Ria Rees - https://www.riarees.com/ - music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - Ghosts - by Michael Butterworth - https://michael-butterworth.co.uk/ - music by Julie Carpenter - https://lessbells.bandcamp.com - read by the author - Get your copy of Complete Po…
 
Carlos P. Beltran is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, producer and photo journalist originally from Caracas, Venezuela. Recently Carlos completed a 12-year documentary project, It Suddenly Occurred to Me, serves as an experimental biography that explores the life and work of Yarida Silva, a woman who found peace and redemption writing from w…
 
USSOCOM welcomes back former Deputy Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, Retired Admiral Sean A. Pybus and his wife Patty. In this episode we discuss Vice Admiral Pybus's storied military career, life as the military spouse of a Navy SEAL, and the tragic loss of their son Christopher to suicide. This is an emotionally packed episode that h…
 
TMBS 81 aired on March 12th, 2019. Episode summary: How to fight pseudo-woke politics and the difference between knowing buzzwords and showing up. We premier our new Illicit History offering We are joined by John Iadarola (@JohnIadarola) host of The Young Turks and the Damage Report to talk Joe Biden's chances, the other progressives in 2020, and R…
 
Starting off the new year with our first episode of 2023 we have Jason Lippert. Jason is the President and CEO of Lippert LCI Industries which is a $5.1 billion dollar publicly traded company with over 15,000 team members. In this episode Jason talks about what it takes to build a company like has in the past 20 years since he has been the CEO. Jas…
 
Ron Rivera is the head coach of the Washington Commandeers and a two-time NFL Coach of the Year. Shortly after his start in Washington, Ron was diagnosed with cancer. Despite undergoing chemotherapy and other treatments, Ron continued to coach and incredibly never missed a game. In January 2021, he was declared cancer free. Prior to the Commanders,…
 
To start the new year USSOCOM is focused on the "First Truth", humans over hardware. SOFcast presents this special episode. Bob Delaney is no stranger to stress and trauma. In this episode he discusses how he's coped with both as an undercover police officer working to take down the New Jersey mob, reffing Michael Jordan games in the NBA, and his w…
 
TMBS 80 aired on March 5th, 2019. Episode summary: After Bernie launches it is crucial to remember that winning the election is only the beginning, as we have learned from the life work of Lula. We proudly stand with Ilhan Omar. During the GEM, David shows why the minimum wage is good. Ben Burgis (@BenBurgis) joins us to talk logic for the Left tha…
 
TMBS 79 aired on February 26th, 2019. Episode summary: The coup attempt in Venezuela and the rise of the New Condor. Shoutout to Ilhan Omar for continuing to call out American hypocrisy and imperialism. France Francois (@1stClassFrance) calls in to talk about the potential of revolution in Haiti. During the GEM segment David exposes the housing cri…
 
This week we are pleased to welcome to the podcast booth our very own- Dr. Dan Docherty. Dan is a PhD and President at Braintrust. In this episode, Dan talks about the importance of communication, how to do it with clarity and his own self discovery on the value and impact it has in every conversation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm…
 
Florida native Jordan Fletcher was a drummer. Is a drummer. Still. But, his hands are usually busy with an acoustic guitar these days. Jordan came to Nashville to play drums but somewhere along the way, he discovered he was pretty good at writing songs. And singing them. And thanks to what he calls some “stupid optimism”, he decided to go all in as…
 
With 4,000 students on campus and 180,000 online, President of Southern New Hampshire University, Paul LeBlanc aims to transform lives at scale by putting students at the centre of the education experience.In this episode, we talk a lot about the power of love, the difference between belonging and mattering, and why competency based education is fi…
 
TMBS aired on February 16th, 2019. Episode summary: NYC shuts down Amazon. Shoutout to Nomiki Konst, get out and vote for her for NYC public advocate. https://nomikikonst.com Wosny Lambre (@BigWos) joins us to talk LA and voodoo. During the GEM segment, David shows the government is not protecting borrowers from student loan abuse by servicers. We …
 
Tori Dunlap is an internationally-recognized money and career expert, and podcast host. After saving $100,000 at age 25, Tori quit her corporate job in marketing and founded Her First $100K to fight financial inequality by giving women actionable resources to better their money. She is the host of the #1 business podcast Financial Feminist and auth…
 
Matt has worked as a creative nearly his entire professional career. He started as a visual designer but by the end of his 20-year tenure in that field his focus and expertise had shifted toward language and narrative. It’s no surprise that he ended up in the creative industry in that his parents were both artists and continue to create to this dav…
 
Stories featured in this episode: The Hand, The Face - by Megan Engelhardt - http://megengelhardt.com/ - music by Fall Precauxions - https://fallprecauxions.bandcamp.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - Cave Art - by Xauri'EL Zwaan - https://www.patreon.com/xauriel music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - theme…
 
TMBS 77 aired on February 13th, 2019. Episode summary: Michael breaks down the connection between terror in Brazil and Bolosonaro's attack's on working people. Shoutout to the students for standing with the striking teachers in Denver. Mark Blyth (@MkBlyth) professor of political economy at Brown University calls in to talk about the difference bet…
 
Steve Physioc recently announced his retirement after a superlative 47-year career of broadcasting Major League Baseball, college football and basketball, local TV sports and many more unique assignments. Episode 54 of the "Life Around the Seams" podcast might sound a little like an "exit interview" as we follow Physioc's career. It wasn't always s…
 
Mike Spencer Bown has travelled to all 195 sovereign countries in the world, but done so while getting off the beaten path to pursue adventure rather than passport stamps. He also spent 86 straight days in the wilderness of the Valhalla Range of the Kootenays Mountains in BC, hunting and foraging for his sustenance. We chat about many things, inclu…
 
What if you could multiply your time? On this episode, Rory Vaden shares why everything we think about time management is wrong. He’s the New York Times bestselling author of Take the Stairs and his TED talk has been viewed over 3 million times. He is also the co-founder of Brand Builders Group where he teaches people how to grow their influence an…
 
TMBS 76 aired on February 7th, 2019. Episode summary: We break down continued American involvement in Iraq and how that affects Iran. Shoutout to Bob Marley some people really are as great as everyone says they are. Jeff Halper of Israeli Committee Against Home Demolition joins us to talk about Palestine During the GEM, David breaks down the proble…
 
Matt Jerrams is an executive producer who creates television commercials in London. He has a passion for street photography in one of the best cities in the world to shoot. It seems like we have Matt on the show every year so it like this is his turn in 2022. We had plenty to talk about including Matt’s post purchase dissonance after switching from…
 
As Co-founders of Class Dojo, Sam Chaudhary and Liam Don have built a community of 51 million teachers, parents and students, to share kids’ learning moments. They’re now building a virtual sandbox for kids who already know each other, to hang out, create and play. We discuss their recent funding, privacy and data and how they continue to make prog…
 
SGM (R) Mark Stephens is a Commando Hall of Fame inductee, former SMU Operator, and now the Chairman of the Executive Board at Task Force Dagger providing assistance to wounded, ill, or injured US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) members and their families. Mark talks about his career in Army Special Operations, fighting in Somalia, striking ba…
 
TMBS 75 aired on January 31st 2019. Summary: Hands of Venezuela, why the Left must oppose any coup in Venezuela. Bill Fletcher Jr. (@BillFletcherJr) joins us to talk about the anti-austerity movements in Zimbabwe and Sudan. Shoutout to the disruptors at Davos. During the GEM, David breaks down the bondholders hoping to cash in on the coup. Global u…
 
Jim Rushford is one of the most improbable players to ever reach the major leagues. Undrafted out of college, he played for two independent league teams, took a year off, then played two more years of independent baseball before even reaching affiliated minor league ball. Along the way, Rushford worked numerous odd jobs, including pizza delivery gu…
 
Kyle Koch is movement coach and nature based facilitator, having studied at The Wilderness Awareness School in Washington, and coaching with organisations such as Evolve Move Play In our conversation we explore what it means to cultivate connection with the more than human world, the practice of giving our attention as a gift, and the way that thes…
 
TMBS 74 aired on January 22nd 2019. Episode summary: Martin Luther King was not a capitalist. FBI admits it fought to keep socialists out of power. Shoutout to Luxembourg to become the first country to make public transit free. Daniel Bessner (@dbessner) joins us to talk what a Left foreign policy should look like. Corey Pein (@CoreyPein) author of…
 
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