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Best Nicole Antoinette podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Nicole Antoinette podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This is Real Talk Radio, the podcast that's filled with refreshingly honest conversations about the wonderful mess of being human. Each episode is listener-funded, and show host Nicole Antoinette sits down with a wide range of beautifully imperfect people to talk about what's really going on in their lives. The conversations dive deep into topics like: work, love, sex, money, addiction, friendship, racism, body image, mental health, grief, fear, courage, change, and... everything in between. ...
 
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Alvina Begay is a runner, three time Olympic trials qualifier, nurse, and a registered dietician. She has qualified for both the 10000m and Marathon distances in the Olympic trials and recently became a nurse. Alvina lives in and is from the Navajo Nation.*Sponsor*Currex (https://currex.us)This episode is sponsored by Currex. Currex insoles improve…
 
“It’s interesting that we became enthusiastic about ASL in the process of teaching it to a population that couldn’t benefit from it.” Mike tells Sarah about a very special ape and the very problematic humans around her. Digressions include video dating, "Biography" and the terrible terrible inventor of the telephone. We start with a SPECIAL ANNOUNC…
 
Recorded: June 18, 2020 The iconic duo Arielle Vandenberg and Matt Cutshall join me today! We talk about how their close friendship blossomed into romance, their recent engagement, what led each of them to Los Angeles to pursue their dreams in music and dance, the trajectory of their comedy careers, and their new podcast “Riled Up with Arielle & Ma…
 
Piseth Sam is an athlete and the co-owner of PowerHouse Fitness. She is a licensed massage therapist and certified personal trainer. At the age of five, Piseth and her family fled Cambodia and came to the US as refugees. Piseth practices trauma informed treatments as part of her philosophy that movement transforms.*Sponsor*Janji (Janji.com/ROO)Janj…
 
On this episode, you’ll meet Jonathan Davis and hear about his journey into public health. You’ll also learn about the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Tribal Epidemiology Center, which is just one of 12 partner Tribal Epidemiology Centers funded by the Indian Health Service’s Division of Epidemiology and Disease Prevention to assist in improving th…
 
Recorded: June 4, 2020 The lovely Meghan Rienks is back with me today! We talk about the tumultuous process of writing her debut book “You’re Not Special,” the wild story of how her Youtube channel got hacked, and channeling her love of advice-giving into her podcast: Don’t Blame Me! Follow Meghan: www.twitter.com/meghanrienks www.instagram.com/meg…
 
Jeannie Rice is a fiercely competitive runner. She holds multiple age group World Records and US National Records, most notably breaking her own World Record in the marathon running a 3:24 at the 2019 Berlin Marathon. At 72 years young, Jeannie is yet to slow down and remains determined to keep challenging herself in the realm of running and life. …
 
I’ve noticed that many companies have been making public statements regarding systemic racism and bold promises of change. I’ve also noticed several public health organizations making similar statements, saying that racism is a public health crisis. This is the one that has captured my attention, and I’m going to explain why and then what I’d like …
 
Recorded: June 4, 2020 The legendary Bob Saget is my guest today! We talk about how he got his start in comedy with song-writing, the trajectory of his career, how John Mayer introduced him to social media, and connecting with people through his new podcast “Bob Saget’s Here For You”! Follow Bob: www.twitter.com/bobsaget www.instagram.com/bobsaget …
 
Sarah tells Mike how a superhero’s genesis was a supervillain’s origin story all along. In our new deep dive, we tackle Nancy Grace’s “Objection!” and debate how defendants should behave at trial, why prosecutors seem to make good daytime TV stars and whether Nancy really came to New York City with a curling iron and a dream. Support us: Subscribe …
 
On June 17, 1994, the world screeched to a halt so 95 million Americans could watch a white SUV crawl through L.A. Today, we finally talk about the infamous Bronco chase, the men inside the car and the myth they left behind. Digressions include “The Fugitive,” Larry King and Jack Nicholson twice. Like previous episodes about the events of this day,…
 
Jimanekia Eborn is a Queer Media Consultant, Comprehensive Sex Educator, and Sexual Assault & Trauma Expert. She is the host of Trauma Queen - a podcast mini-series for survivors of assault and their allies. The podcast focuses on uplifting voices in all communities and exploring our collective journey to healing. Jimanekia is also the Founder of T…
 
This month's Soul Sister Sessions episode returns to the topic of eating disorders and injuries. Abbey and Julia share and answer a variety of listener questions, some of which are slanted towards the COVID-19 period. This is all shared from their own lived experiences, and we encourage anyone that is experiencing an eating disorder/disordered eati…
 
Let’s hit the pause button on everything going on around us for a few minutes and focus on ourselves. As a professional group, we are beyond stressed out and if we don’t pause and take better care of ourselves, then we will not be able to advance our mission. In this episode, I’m transparent, vulnerable with you to demonstrate my point and hopefull…
 
Recorded: May 21, 2020 Courtney Miller and Ian Hecox join me this week! We talk about how they’re creating content while quarantined, Courtney’s Smosh audition process, their first impressions of each other, and their craziest party stories! Follow Courtney: www.twitter.com/co_mill www.instagram.com/co_mill Follow Ian: www.twitter.com/smoshian www.…
 
Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is a citizen of the Kul Wicasa Oyate, the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. She is a 4th Generation Runner, who started running when she was 10 years old. She is an advocate who focuses on MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women), and uses her running as a mechanism for her advocacy work. Thi…
 
“You really shouldn’t date people who go in thinking, ’This person has good bones but they’re a fixer-upper.’” This week, we complete our Jessica Simpson book club with the appearance of a new man who triggers some old anxieties. Digressions include Dolly Parton, mom jeans and a forgotten Hollywood power couple. We talk about “Garden State” longer …
 
Recorded: May 21, 2020 Young Ezee and Natalie Odell are my guests this week! We talk about how they met online and formed a friendship through collaborating, how they fell in love and decided to share their love story with their viewers, and successfully navigating going viral on the internet! Their new E-Book, Mastering The Art Of Social Media, is…
 
Emma Spencer is an elite distance runner, running coach, software engineer and runs for the Tracksmith Boston racing team. She has a marathon best of 2:37 (BMW Berlin Marathon 2018), which qualified her to race the 2020 US Olympic Marathon trials, where she ran 2:41:40. At the 2020 Marathon trials, she ran 2:41:40 and placed 56th.Molly Seidel is a …
 
Peyton Thomas is an elite runner and PhD student in Marine Biology at the University of Northern Carolina Wilmington. She ran a PR of 2:42:54 to place 78th at the US 2020 Olympic Marathon trials, and was the only American born black female to start. She qualified for the trials at CIM, which was her first road marathon. She has also run the Bigfoot…
 
Nicole is a seasoned and respected public health professional who has strong relationships with community-based organizations, academia, and other stakeholders. During her 15 years with the local health department she has managed public health programs focused on workforce development, health equity, the social determinants of health, and the impac…
 
“I’m being pulled into planet myth … and I like it here.” Special guest Dana Schwartz tells Mike and Sarah how a short, brutal story became an enduring myth. Digressions include Titanic nostalgia, Princess Jasmine and Dr. Phil. A significant portion of the episode is dedicated to Rasputin, Russia’s greatest love machine. Find Dana at her website or…
 
Recorded: May 6, 2020 Willam and Laganja join me this week! We talk about how they met, Laganja’s passion for choreography and cannabis, Willam being the “queen of merch”, and their keys to being a boss! Follow Willam: www.twitter.com/willam www.instagram.com/willam Follow Laganja: www.twitter.com/laganjaestranja www.instagram.com/laganjaestranja C…
 
Emily Saul is a sports psychology coach, with a Masters degree in Sports Psychology, and founder of E Saul Movement. She is the Leader of the November Project in Boston. Laura Green is the Community Boss of the November Project, working with the co-founders to connect the 120+ November Project leaders globally, and plays a large role in the growth …
 
We discuss Jessica's reality-show marriage and its painfully ordinary end. Digressions include "Showgirls," "The Notebook" and Adam Levine. "Hamlet" makes an appearance; Willie Nelson and Lynda Carter give sage advice. Mike apologizes for things out of his control. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon, donate on Paypal or buy cute stuff! Support the sh…
 
Esmé Weijun Wang is the author of a New York Times-bestselling essay collection, The Collected Schizophrenias (2019), and a novel, The Border of Paradise (2016). Born in the Midwest to Taiwanese parents, Esmé lives in San Francisco, and can be found at esmewang.com, where she provides resources for ambitious people living with limitations. In this …
 
On this episode, you’ll meet Antoinette Medina and hear about her journey into public health. You’ll also learn about the California Tribal Epidemiology Center, which is just one of 12 partner Tribal Epidemiology Centers funded by the Indian Health Service’s Division of Epidemiology and Disease Prevention to assist in improving the health of Americ…
 
“It’s a mess and a nightmare and maybe it’s disingenuous to think you can turn the story of someone being murdered into anything else.” Mike tells Sarah about a missing intern, a shady politician and a nationwide obsession. Digressions include speed dial, “La La Land” and Perry Mason. The Summer of the Shark gets a bonus debunking. Support us: Subs…
 
Recorded: May 6, 2020 Craig Thompson AKA Mini Ladd is my guest this week! We talk about how he filmed Youtube videos for a surfing channel when he was thirteen, the first video game he fell in love with, maintaining positive energy online, and making music! Follow Craig: www.twitter.com/miniladdd www.instagram.com/miniladdd Check out our website: w…
 
Nick North is a dude, a husband, a dad to 5 kids, and a Branding Strategist. He also has a history of living as a woman, a wife, a mom, a photographer and one of those fancy director of marketing positions. When he embraced his identity and came out as transgender, he realized just how much gender affects the way we think, talk, sell and function. …
 
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