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The Human Story

The Human Story

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The Human Story seeks to spur curiosity by making the voices of people from different walks of life heard. Keep your curiosity nurtured by listening to talks on arts, sciences, economics and what will you. Keep’em synapses firing!
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Human Story is a podcast exploring the experience of being human, one story at a time. Host Leighann Lord introduces a different secular storyteller in each episode, one person sharing what it’s like to be one of seven billion living, feeling, thinking human creatures temporarily awake on a minor planet. Produced by OnlySky Media, an online community for curious secular minds. Visit us at https://onlysky.media
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Co-founded by joint artistic directors Amy Enticknap and Gaye Poole, Human Story Theatre focuses on producing new writing with a health and social care issue at heart. The productions ‘pop-up’ in any designated space with minimal set, giving a shared light, shared space experience. Human Story Theatre the podcast goes behind the scenes exploring the issues raised in the plays and highlighting the real human stories behind their work. Amy and Gaye chat to people with lived experience and thos ...
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Humans have been telling each other stories since before writing. Around fires, looking up at the stars, human beings found comfort and connection through imagination and stories. I'm Lynne Thompson -- Tech Writer, rising Voice Actor, and podcaster! I have always loved hearing people's stories, especially when they have overcome something, and then share it with the rest of us! So far the podcast has included stories on Overcoming Addiction, the Entrepreneur journey, Dealing with Mental Illn ...
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Originally from the Deep South Louisiana, Trent considers himself a little rough-around-the-edges Southern gentleman! He’s a world traveler and small business international entrepreneur who introduced, owns and operates a kettle corn manufacturing business in New Zealand over thirteen years. Hei is also a 3x cancer survivor! He is is over two years…
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Prof. Karol Radziwonowicz kontynuuje rodzinną tradycję muzyczną i misję ojca kształcąc kolejne pokolenia pianistów. Jak sam mówi, pedgag znaczy ,,przyjaciel", a największą radość daje mu dawanie nadziei młodym ludziom i rozwijanie ich wrażliwości. Jest laureatem licznych nagród pianistycznych. Jego interpretacje muzyki klasycznej słyszano w Amazoni…
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As a man who switched up his whole life and career, James Guzzetta has an interesting story to share. He had whole careers in IT and later running medical device companies (CEO of 2 of them), but a sudden loss of his business partner and friend caused him to let go of his old life and embrace a new way of working with and coaching others and ultima…
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Talking with Spoken Word Artist Traci Neal is like breathing in a breath of fresh air. She is warm and full of energy. I listened to her spoken word poetry and it was the same, it pulses with a lifeforce that I believe is, as she claims, spiritually channeled. The way Traci puts it is: "As a poet, I cannot come up with this poetry on my own. It is …
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I can tell that Brittany is a great therapist, because she puts you at ease and is so easy to talk to! I learned a lot and enjoyed our interview. Brittany learned at an early age the positive benefits of setting intention and setting goals. As a young adult Brittany used those skills to go back to college and get her bachelors in Psychology and her…
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Deana Kiser was 29 years old, living in Boston, enjoying a successful HR career, seeing friends, working out, enjoying a busy social life and her new boyfriend when a sudden and seemingly minor incident on an exercise machine turned into a battle with chronic pain that has lasted for decades. She tried surgery, numerous doctors, drugs, and ended up…
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Sarah T. Moore -- Women's Leadership Coach Speaking with Sarah was like falling off a log. She puts you at ease right away and has so much wisdom to share. I can see that she must be a great coach! My favorite part of a story is when someone learns something and then decides to pass it on to others. This always warms my heart. Sarah has made it her…
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Talking with Amanda Preacher was a fascinating time! It all started for her with a crystal. She took it home and one day saw geometric patterns in it. From there, she began to study angel therapy, and followed a path from traditional counselor to spiritual practitioner. She offers her clients a wonderful mix of tools she has learned along the way -…
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It's easy to see how Jenilee Samuel is so popular both as a podcaster and a teacher. She is upbeat, positive and super supportive. No wonder she is in the top 1% of globally ranked shows, she is actively listened to in 80 nations, and has ranked in 7 countries and keeps climibing! I love a good "turn yourself into something else" story and Jenilee'…
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Jodi Greve is like a lot of my interviewees in that a setback she experienced forced her to change her path. She was a gifted athlete who competed in college when an ACL injury sidelined her. She decided to stick with athletics and studied to be a trainer. After years doing training with top athletes, she felt the coaching bug and became a coach. S…
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Ginger Berg was certainly busy before she decided to foster and later adopt children in need. She had three kids already, and a busy job teaching. But something touched her heart when she heard someone give a talk at her church about fostering and adopting. She felt called by God to adopt. Her husband was not immediately on board. But Ginger held h…
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Krysta Maravilla had a fine life. She worked in the mental health field and did well. She owned her own house. But something was missing. She had a dream -- literally. One night she had a detailed dream (and she rarely remembered her dreams). It ended up changing her life. She became, as she puts it, a Wanderer, and she began to unravel her old lif…
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Sonny Von Cleveland speaks openly and honestly about the horrific sexual abuse he suffered as a very young child. He ended up going to prison at a young age and found himself as a teenager among hardened criminals. How he got through this and how he found his way to making peace with his past and learning how to forgive -- well it's one amazing sto…
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For author and screenwriter LL Kirchner, it's been a long journey to self-discovery and learning what works for her. Moved around a lot as a child, she coped by drinking and smoking at a young age. After a difficult divorce, she left her job in Qatar to go to an intensive yoga teacher training class in India. There, she quit smoking easily and lear…
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In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, threats to our democracy, and national protests for racial justice, Black Christian Brad Braxton and Black secular humanist Anthony Pinn exchanged a thousand words a week, each to the other, exploring the philosophical and theological questions of what it means to be human. The result was a book titled A Maste…
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It was so great to talk to Karma Reese and hear about how she went from a tragic younger life to a powerful, healed one. Podcast personality, workshop presenter, and spiritual channeler, Karma uses all her energy to help guide and heal people. Karma has not let anything stop her from becoming her best self and it is inspiring to hear her story. Her…
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JUST A REMINDER-- WE ARE ON SUMMER HOURS, SO EPISODES COME OUT EVERY OTHER WEEK. SEE YOU ON JULY 17th! Richard Conner was a runner and he did work out. But he wanted more when a friend mentioned running a Spartan race. Spartan races are super challenging obstacle courses that really test you! If you fail at an obstacle, you have to do 30 Burpees! B…
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Kendal is a 23-year-old currently living in Calgary Canada. She grew up playing highly competitive sports, while suffering from depression, anxiety, and what she would later come to find out was ADHD. When she was 17 she suffered a pulmonary embolism due to a blood clot that had transpired after her first knee surgery. She has truly come to the rea…
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Speaking with Amanda about her many accomplishments could be intimidating except it's not -- she is open and warm and just wants to make the world better. She has done just that, with her many contributions to groups who help the previously incarcerated. Amanda DuBois is the founder and managing partner of DuBois Levias Law Group, a woman-owned bou…
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One thing you notice right away about Bill Copple. He is someone who gives up. Like at all. After a surviving a horrendous motorcycle accident at the age of 19 which left him in a coma, he worked hard to learn to walk again. Several brain injuries would follow! But they did not stop Bill from scuba diving with sharks, parasailing, participating in …
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Ahna came to the Akashic Records after she had been a successful marketing exec. She was the CEO of a marketing company and helping others build their businesses. But she had to close a business down and it broke her heart to do it, but it led to a stunning transformation that she refers to as a "Metaphysical Awakening." It was then that the Akashi…
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In this very short mini episode I I get serious about my judging habit in the past and how I am working on it. Judging others can become a habit but it's not good for us. The problem is when you judge someone, you don't know that person's story. You sort of make them a 2 dimensional object and you rush to judge based on little information. Instead …
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I have talked a lot about Grief on this pocast. I have covered what it feels like to lose someone suddenly, how deep my grief got, how I sought therapy to help it. I even did a short episode on anger and grief, how it's natural to feel angry at the person for leaving you. It usually doesn't last long, but it does happen. But for this very short epi…
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Some people are just easy to talk to you and you could talk to them all day. For me, Sue is that person. She is really funny and has great insights. She was throwing out the idea of starting a podcast about "Nothing" and we thought we might try a few episodes on here. If you remember Seinfeld back in the day, they were pitching a series to NBC abou…
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Fairy Tales contain simple moral reminders, because that is how they were used years and years ago -- as a moral teaching tool for people, especially children. I enjoy how simple they are, and they allow us a peek into an older time. Fairy tales were "resurrected" first in France when readers in salons presented tales like Cinderella and Tom Thumb.…
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Jenn Anderson is one of those people who loves animals, always has. When she found herself on Hawaii during the pandemic, with her Navy husband deployed, alone and struggling to make friends or find a job, she turned it around by helping the stray cats that she found. She taught herself to trap them and made it her mission to help as many kitties a…
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Meet John Cha — the biographer of Korea's dictator Kim Jong-il and a witness to an era of the great Korean displacement that followed World War II. Born to a family of intellectuals in Manchuria, John's life took him through the fires of the Korean War to paradisiacal Hawaii and then to live the American dream. He is the author of possibly the most…
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I recently attended a talk by Karen Ann Bulluck and I can attest to the fact that she is a great speaker and presenter -- she has an impressive background as a corporate trainer and executive. But it is the latest chapter of her life where she really digs in and helps other people discover what more they could be doing with their career, in their l…
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A short bite-sized episode about what my Mom taught me with her faith and determination! As a young child, I watched my Mom plant tomato seeds and grow them into tall plants! My father doubted that they would grow, but got a kick out of the fact that they did. He took a photo of me in front of those tall tomato plants back then and I found it recen…
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Yeah it happens. Time marches on. And one day you have to pull out your MEDICARE insurance card. It's kind of a crazy feeling. Don't get me wrong, glad to have it, glad to be alive (my Mom died at 65). But whew, I felt pretty old today. I felt old after 29 too, when I never got asked for my ID card to buy alcohol again. Whew. What moments made you …
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We are back with Kreed Revere --who has a super successful podcast called "The Estranged Heart." She celebrated one year of the podcast on October 31st, when she hit 25,000 downloads! I first interviewed her in Season 2, Episode 7 - check it out. Clearly her work has resonated with people and she has helped a lot of people who find themselves estra…
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Most of us know how good it can feel to be out in nature, spending time on the beach, or walking in the woods. But now scientists are starting to quantify why. And all the recent studies agree -- taking time to be in nature can help both your physical and mental health. But how much "nature time" do you need to see benefits? When do you start to de…
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Mieszkająca od lat w Fezie Agata zabiera nas przechadzkę po ponad dziewięciu tysiącach uliczek pierwszej stolicy Maroka. Architekt, artystka i poliglotka pokazuje nam życie od strony osoby, którą wszscy w tym magicznym labiryncie alejek pozdrawiają, pytają o zdrowie i traktują jak swoją. Timecodes: 0:00:58 – Feski labirynt 0:06:37 – Feska kultura i…
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I first knew Melodie Schnardthorst at work, she was really helpful when I started and seemed to know everything about standards and policies. She works in the Data Governance area at Verizon. As I got to know her, I realized she had lived a fascinating and challenging life. I admired her persistence and grit and yet she had not become hardened, she…
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I enjoyed talking to Sandy Cohen, host of the podcast "Inner Peace to Go," recently. Her energy is infectious and she has so much wisdom to share about research-backed methods to use to destress and restore inner peace! She brings those methods to her coaching practice, which specializes in helping overstressed people retool their worklife and find…
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Z doktorem archeologii Markiem Woźniakiem przyglądamy się starożytnym szlakom handlowym i czerwonomorskiemu miastu portowemu Berenike, aby stwierdzić, że globalizacja miała już kiedyś miejsce, a jej upadek może stanowić dla nas lekcję i przestrogę. Zapraszamy na serwisy streamingowe⤵️: https://anchor.fm/the-human-story oraz na Youtube'a📱: https://y…
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I loved talking with Tanya English! She has an intelligent and warm approach to explaining how our minds and bodies work and how we can heal! Dr. Tanya English helps women who have ever experienced loss, especially stillbirth and pregnancy loss, go from grief to grace and find treasure in tragedy. Dr. English has been working for over 30 years in h…
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This was a joy to record. Kathleen McDermott is a wise woman who has definitely been through some things and has grown and learned and now has made it her life's work to share what she has learned to help other women find their way through difficult times. Check out Kathleen's inspirational podcast -- Your Life, Your Way, and reach out to her at Ka…
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Z Konradem “Kondziem” Bojarskim wybieramy się w sentymentalną podróż do czasów, kiedy gry komputerowe kupowało się w pudełkach przypominających te od płatków śniadaniowych, do czasów pierwszych polskich dubbingów gier komputerowych, do czasów Amigi, Gothica, Sanitarium i Baldur’s Gate, do czasów gdy szarość blokowisk przełomu mileniów rozpraszał ra…
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The Storied Human is almost a year old! Thanks to all of you and my wonderful podcast class and friends for helping to make it happen! Happy 2023 to all of you, thank you for listening! And I have a message about accepting change too. My short solo for you this time! THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! Check out my Facebook group -- The Storied Human. Have a …
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Z pionierką e-learningu w Polsce i popularyzatorką metody edukacyjnej STEAM Prof. UW dr hab. Marleną Plebańską rozmawialiśmy o tym jak uczynić kształcenie w Polsce lepiej dostosowanym do cech indywidualnych dzieci, jak uczyć współpracy, czy e-learning zastąpi fizyczną interakcję, czy gry komputerowe są szkodliwe, a także o rozdźwięku między oczekiw…
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I met Ruthann on a Facebook group that centers on podcasting. I was looking for guests for The Storied Human. She was particularly interested in speaking to me because ishe works with narcissists and people who are dealing with narcissists and she wanted to talk a bit about the Greek myth of Narcissus, the beautiful man who fell in love with his re…
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I cannot imagine not knowing you were pregnant and then SURPRISE you have a baby! But that is exactly what happened to Katie Feaster, a mom to 9 month old Noah, her surprise baby! Katie lived through what is called a "cryptic" pregnancy and considers herself and her son lucky to be healthy. Listen to her share with us what this experience taught he…
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Jakub Skworz jest autorem serii książek dla dzieci takich jak ,,Adaś Mickiewicz", ,,Mania Skłodowska" czy ,,Księżniczka Adela", z którym badamy naturę procesu, jakim jest pisanie, zgłębiamy jego terapeutyczne właściwości zakorzenione w odwiecznej ludzkiej praktyce dzielenia się opowieścią, a także poznajemy stronę praktyczną radzenia sobie z wyzwan…
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