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"Screw it, Just Do it" is the #1 rated, twice-weekly podcast in which Podpreneur Alex Chisnall chats with those individuals who have exhibited a 'Screw It, Just Do It' attitude to their lives. The risk-takers, the doers and the dreamers that have exhibited the perseverance and determination to do things their way. No matter what anyone else told them. The winners, and the losers. Past guests include LUSH founder Rowena Bird, Ted Baker Founder Ray Kelvin CBE, Innocent Founder Richard Reed, En ...
 
UNINTERRUPTED's original podcast takes you inside the "DO" mindset of the world's top athletes live from Nike's Just DO It Headquarters in Los Angeles. Each episode centers around a specific fitness theme with insights from Nike's most elite discussing their training process, advice for younger kids and the traits that make them more than an athlete. Just DO It HQ is hosted by Denise Jones.
 
Follow a British Entrepreneur & Private Pilot while he tackles business, flying & more! See how easy it can be when you just do it! Want to know more about Aaron? Follow me on Instagram or Facebook @AaronHenray Visit my website https://aaronhenriques.com DISCLAIMER: (Because I have to really...) I'm only sharing my own personal experiences and beliefs which may not always be 100% accurate but I will try to make it as accurate as possible. You should seek advice from professional sources your ...
 
Looking to find the perfect tanning product? Need a sinful dessert that won't make you hate yourself? Want to find the one mascara that works twice as well for half the cost? Dying to know if that new curling wand everyone is talking about is really worth it? Need workout gear that will have you looking cute at the gym and the new music to be blasting through your AirPods while you're there? How about a fix of healthy snacks that don't taste like cardboard? Most importantly, when that credit ...
 
Academics Henry Jenkins and Colin Maclay use their combined knowledge to dig deeper and ask more ambitious questions than most pop culture podcasts out there – not doing recaps or just remaining on the level of entertainment coverage. For them, popular culture offers resources for asking questions about who we are and where we are going, questions that can be political, legal, technological, economic, or social, but often cut across all of the above.
 
How many issues do you have to deal with these days? Wearing too many hats, don’t you think? Your host Rakel Colina is here to help you peel off the layers of your daily struggles. These issues you use to hide behind, like excuses, the ones that keep you from moving forward. Let’s just face it, this is about confronting issues that could be holding you back from being the best version of you. Ladies, we are going to be talking about different issues that could be impacting your life. Some of ...
 
It’s Just A Ghost... The podcast which brings you real ghost stories from the people who experienced them. (some will be interviews and we will read the stories our listeners' email to us.) I also delve into Urban Legends and (when possible) talk with those whose real encounters prove to be more than just hearsay. There will be other surprises as well. Submit your true ghost stories to itsjustaghostpodcast@yahoo.com and put GHOST in the subject line. Please provide a story title and how you ...
 
A show about 2 young guys rambling about various topics regarding life, love, religion,music, sports, current events, & More. The title; Just For The Hell Of It reflects the style of the show. This show is not meant to be organized, It is meant to be sophistically ignorant another word for that is Genius. Do not take us seriously, its meant to just go with the flo. We decide to record for the hell of it, you decide to listen for the hell of it. No plan just whatever topics comes at the momen ...
 
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Good Books are wise counselors. They point out the right way in the devious paths of life. Have we not often stood at the juncture of two roads, the one of righteousness and the other of unfaithfulness, and was it not then that some golden little book acted the part of an opportune adviser and directed us down the highway of truth? Is there one of us who can truthfully say that good books have not been his loyal and trustworthy helpers, his vigilant guardians in life's intricate ways? This u ...
 
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Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #329. During this episode, Ditch, Delegate and DO!, I talk about reviewing the first quarter of 2021 and this means doubling down on what has been working, ditching what isn't working and getting help in delegating. Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: - Connect with me via LinkedIn, Twitter, Fac…
 
This week, we’re joined by Sarena Ulibarri, Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press and a science fiction writer whose works include Glass and Gardens and Biketopia, and Ed Finn, the Director of the Center for Science and Imagination at Arizona State University, to talk about how solarpunk can shape our understanding of climate change, social issues,…
 
A smear campaign is an effort to damage or call into question someone's reputation, common targets are public officials, politicians, and ex spouses. When you leave a narcissist or a person with narcissistic tendencies, first of all, it takes forever and then when you finally get out there, you get your name dragged through the mud. I received a pi…
 
Welcome to Episode #328: with Dan Murray-Serter, Co-Founder of Heights. Dan is also the Founder & Host of Europe's top business Podcast www.secretleaders.com - a non profit collection of dynamic, honest & funny interviews with inspiring leaders. During this episode, How to Care for your Brain, we talk about: How to care for your brain to be able to…
 
Christina Tassopolous is our guest today. She's a 1L student at Osgoode whom Richard taught in the fall term of 2020. Christina talks about how her first year has been going, why she joined student government and why, unlike Richard, she's an angel who belongs in law school. We have yet to determine where Felicity is on the rebel/angel scale. Links…
 
Sarah and Mo join Max to talk about the many reasons why a universal childcare program in the U.S. would be good for the mental health of children, mothers, parents-generally, families, teachers, and society-at-large. Rooted in her "whole worker" labor organizing struggle in Appalachia (Southwest Virginia) as a childcare worker, Sarah realized that…
 
Welcome to the trailer for Episode #328: How To Care for Your Brain, with Dan Murray-Serter, Co-Founder of Heights. In this Wednesday's episode, Dan and I will be talking about: - How to care for your brain to be able to function effectively and efficiently in every task - It is important to understand that not every problem is settled with positiv…
 
Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #327. During this episode, Insert Episode Title, we talk about what is the flow state and how to get in the zone - a mental state in which a person performing an activity to be fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus and enjoyment. Choose something that you love Choose something that is important for you Make…
 
Hey Hey Heeey!!! Long time no talk. What a crazy and insane past 7 weeks. I'm so happy I can get back to my podcast! I've missed you!! On this episode I'm re-recapping what the hell happened with our house and how excited I am to be re-designing a new one (so to speak.) #SilverLining LISAPAIGEMADEMEDOIT Built Bar is hooking you up with a free gift …
 
Listen to the full episode at patreon.com/itsnotjustinyourhead. If you want DSA to make Childcare 4 All a national priority this year, sign this resolution (must be a DSA member to sign): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16umWek7c7iOYTrTshoWp6SDh6u-cxcQfaDf03zc0E5I/viewform?edit_requested=true --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsnotjus…
 
What is it really? Reactive abuse is when you, as the person being abused, lash out against your abuser, your response tends to be through screaming, insulting, or even in a physical manner. When this happens, the abuser has twisted the blame on you and make you seem like you are the abuser instead of him. This is another form of manipulation to sw…
 
Welcome to Episode #326: with Claire Warner, Co-Founder of Æcorn. Claire began her corporate drinks career in 2003 with LVMH owned brand Belvedere Vodka, becoming Head of Spirit Creation in 2008. She joined Ben Branson of Seedlip in 2018 to develop a new non-alcoholic brand, Æcorn Aperitifs. The three non-alcoholic aperitifs are based on 17th-centu…
 
It's Part 3 of Alex Mulligan's series on the 2021 job interview process. Today is all about the dreaded "callback". If you don't know what that is, have a listen. Right now. Links: WLGTDWI Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatslawgottodowithit/ Music Attributions: What's Law Got to Do With It Music by Tina Turner; Lyrics by Nikolas Koschany Wha…
 
This week's media recommendations come from Julian Brave Noisecat and Candis Callison, leading Indigenous journalist and scholar, who share with us podcasts and books that highlight their voices -- and fantasy basketball.Di Colin Maclay, Candis Callison, Julian Brave Noisecat, Henry Jenkins
 
Welcome to the trailer for Episode #326: Shaking Up a New Category, with Claire Warner, Co-Founder of Æcorn. In this Wednesday's episode, Claire and I will be talking about: - how the entertainment industry, specially the bars and restaurants, is coping in this pandemic - creating a new category in the beverage industry and offering a much sophisti…
 
In this episode, Harriet gives a broad "macro" zoom out view of what's going on in America right now economically and politically. Next, she zooms in to the "micro" level to look at how our crumbling political economy is impacting people's relationships and individual mental health. Max shares his frustrations around wanting for us to be able to mo…
 
This is Part 2 of Alex Mulligan's report on the 2021 job interview process. As noted in episode #73, Alex is a 2L student at Osgoode. Today's episode is all about the second part of the process where candidates have longer interviews. Again, Alex and Felicity have a lot to say on the subject; Richard continues to simply tag along, although he coins…
 
Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #325. During this episode, How to Go from £27 to £200M, I talk about how Mondelez, a consumer goods giant that owns Cadbury, has bought the British brand of protein bars - Grenade for £200M. I also talk about how to get back on track of your goals. We are humans, and it's normal to be sidetrack or make mistakes alon…
 
Candis Callison, an environmental journalist and associate professor at the University of British Columbia, and Julian Brave Noisecat, a Senior Media Fellow at the NDN Collective, join us today to talk about the role of Indigenous people in achieving environmental justice. They discuss methods that will better accommodate the inclusion of Indigenou…
 
When you start in a toxic relationship, you will start to get love bombed. What is that? You may ask. The start of any relationship can be very exciting, but love bombing has another strategy in place. He wants to gain your trust and affection very quickly to wrap you around in his web. Love bombing is about control, creating dependency and idealiz…
 
Today I share my frustration at the people who claim to be cold prospecting sales experts and 100% who applied for a job with me failed the first and most important test. LISTEN NOW to find out what the job was and why they ultimately all failed! Follow me on Instagram @AaronHenray, Twitter @AaronHenray and Facebook @AaronHenray.…
 
Welcome to Episode #324: with Farah Nanji, known by her artist alias as NINJA, a highly accomplished public speaker and is one of the few DJs in the world to deliver a TEDx talk. Farah is also the host of the podcast show Mission Makers. During this episode, Living a Limitless Life, we talk about: It's important to stay to in your core in building …
 
Alex Mulligan, a 2L student at Osgoode, joins us today and for the following two episodes as we do a special series on the job interviews in 2021. Today's episode, Part 1, is all about the "OCI" process in Ontario, where employers and students get together for 17 minutes to decide if they'd like to get together for longer later. Richard is just alo…
 
You'd bet that the Pop Culture Collaborative would have good pop culture recommendations! And you're not wrong -- today's media recs come from Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke, who touch on the big and bright sit-coms like The Office, Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and how we might revisit them in the light of last year. Also, we ha…
 
We reached out to Migration Policy Institute (MPI) to discuss their research on immigration enforcement and Latino adolescent mental health, resulting in this conversation with their director of research Randy Capps. In this episode, we ask Randy about MPI's research findings on how immigration policies impact the mental health of migrants in the U…
 
Welcome to the trailer for Episode #324: Living a Limitless Life, with Farah Nanji, known by her artist alias as NINJA, a highly accomplished public speaker and is one of the few DJs in the world to deliver a TEDx talk. Farah is also the host of the podcast show Mission Makers. In this Wednesday's episode, Farah and I will be talking about podcast …
 
Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #323. During this episode, Live Life Golden, I talk about how now, ending of the first quarter of 2021, is the perfect time to reset and review how things are going and to reposition ourselves, our goals and our intentions for the rest of the year. Learn more about the contents discussed in this episode: Connect wit…
 
Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke, co-founders of the Pop Culture Collaborative, join us today to talk about the meaning of a pluralistic society, pop culture for social change, and the intersection between the arts and social activism spheres. They delve into the notion of narrative oceans, how they can be used to unify people’s experie…
 
You are not missing him. You're going through a process of grieving and you're not just grieving for one thing you're grieving for five different things that are going on in your head and your heart. It is normal for you to think that going back to what you already know is better than going through what you're going through right now, because you f…
 
Voice of Randy Capps from Migration Policy Institute. In full episode we talk about this: https://www.migrationpolicy.org/sites/default/files/publications/immigration-enforcement-mental-health-latino-students_final.pdf Hear the full episode at patreon.com/itsnotjustinyourhead --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsnotjustinyourhead/messa…
 
It came to me watching the wheel of death on Netflix. Learn why I think creating an average company just isn’t good enough for a startup business in 2021. Hear about my experiences in doing things differently and how that has led to some successes in my own businesses. Want to know more or get in touch? Follow me on Instagram @AaronHenray, Twitter …
 
Welcome to Episode #322: with Stuart Chapman, Director and co-founder of Draper Esprit, one of Europe's largest tech-focused venture capital firm. Prior to co-founding Draper Esprit in 2006, Stuart was a partner of 3i Ventures where he was also a founding partner of their Menlo Park office. Over his 13 years at 3i he was responsible for investments…
 
Welcome to the trailer for Episode #322: Demystifying Venture Capital Funding, with Stuart Chapman, Director and co-founder of Draper Esprit. In this Wednesday's episode, Stuart and I will be talking everything about venture capital. - Pitch your proposal with a team instead of a single person if possible. - It's important to have diversity in buil…
 
Our guest this episode is Erin McCready, a friend of Felicity's studying at Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. We first had Erin on the show in episode #57, NUSOL v. MAGA, related to the 2020 US election. As we indicated then, that episode was actually Erin's second episode with us, but we simply had to launch it first because of the …
 
Fellow mental health counselor Kevin Gallagher joins us to talk about the history of addiction in America, its causes, and cures. Kevin shares what he learned first-hand about America's broken approaches to addiction treatment while he struggled through his own past addiction, which led him toward intensive research and writing on the history of ad…
 
Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #321. During this episode, What are Your Non-Negotiables?, I talk about recognising your unhealthy habits due to stress and overwork and putting a system in place in which you focus more on your non-negotiables, whether it is quality time with your family, yoga time, meditation, running 3-5 times a week, expressing …
 
This week’s guest, Warren Hedges, teaches a course at the Southern Oregon University on how speculative genres such as science fiction and fantasy help us imagine more inclusive cultures, societies, and worlds. He shared some thoughts on Facebook about Jacob Chansley, the so-called “Q Shaman” who participated in the January 6 insurrection in the U.…
 
Whether you are aware that it's a toxic relationship or not, it will start to take a toll on you on your health, and on your well-being. Toxic relationships don't start toxic because everything is perfect when it's starting and this is the point in time when you are both learning about each other and they take that very seriously. They're trying to…
 
Welcome to Episode #320: with Jonny Kennedy, Founder of Neubria, and a former professional rugby player. After retiring from sport due to several concussions, Jonny noticed that there was a lack of trusted nutritional support for those interested in their physiological and cognitive health. After years of research, Neubria was born. During this epi…
 
Read Kevin Gallagher's 10 part Mad In America series on the history of addiction here: https://www.madinamerica.com/2020/07/history-addiction-ardent-spirits/ Get early access to this episode at patreon.com/itsnotjustinyourhead --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsnotjustinyourhead/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsnotju…
 
In this episode we interview Roy Grinker, cultural anthropologist and author of Nobody's Normal: How Culture Created the Stigma of Mental Illness. His book is broken into three sections: capitalism, wars, and the mind and body. Grinker explains that the transition from feudalism to capitalism in Europe created the conditions that gave rise to docto…
 
Our guest this episode is Emily Kot, returning again for more challenging Zoom discussions. The three discuss what it has been like learning online for the better part of a year. No one can agree on what are creative solutions or what are just weird ones. WLGTDWI Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatslawgottodowithit/ Music Attribution: What's …
 
Welcome to the trailer for Episode #320: Bringing the Core Values of Rugby to Building a Business, with Jonny Kennedy, Founder of Neubria. In this Wednesday's episode, Jonny and I will be talking about: - Product is the most important thing specially when you're dealing with health. You should allocate a chunk of your budget into product developmen…
 
Today I tell you about my decision making to quit my job as a British police officer to start a business that ultimately failed. What I did to bounce back and Find out if I regret my decision to leave and some of the mistakes new entrepreneurs make. I'll also share some recent press and about a £1k startup that I am going to prove can be done! Subs…
 
A listener shared with us that they felt that in episode #030 it sounded like we were shaming people who take psych meds. We wanted to clarify our stance with this brief response for anyone who has felt shamed when we speak critically about the pharmaceutical industry and biologically driven approaches to mental health treatment. --- Send in a voic…
 
Welcome to Saturday Solo Episode #319. During this episode, Top 11 Tips on How to Become an Authority Figure, I talk about: First step is to put yourself out there. It's the same with business, you got to start and take the first step. Be authentic. Be true to yourself. Don't be afraid of what others will think. Just tell your story. Engage with yo…
 
Gaslighting is to undermine another person's reality by denying facts, the environment, and or their feelings. Manipulated into turning against their cognition, their emotions, and who they fundamentally are as people. Most of us have been gaslighted at some point in our lives, But what is important is to look into our inner circle and see if there…
 
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