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Welcome to Dropping In to Power, a podcast devoted to empowering women who surf (or dream of surfing) by sharing our personal stories of commitment, courage, frustration, epiphany, and transformation. Whether you are a newbie, soul surfer or a seasoned pro, our stories can collectively lift each other, change our world in the lineup, in our own heads and hearts, and out of the water.
 
Movies have always been a shelter for non-normative people. Different lives on the screen help to dream higher or just to escape your reality. By asking LGBT older adults which was their favorite movie when they were young, this podcast will explore those magical connections that, sometimes, a straight narrative could spark on a queer kid.
 
We believe in stories. We believe that stories are a powerful way to both learn and teach. We want to encourage people to develop, own, find more meaning, leverage, forge meaning if necessary and share their personal story. We also believe there is great value in hearing other people's stories. We believe that exploring foundational ideas and beliefs through diverse personal stories is instrumental in order to discover more meaningful paths, greater happiness, and accelerated growth in one’s ...
 
YouCollective Pathmakers Podcast uncover and share individual personal stories about personal and professional growth, career development, meaning of success & impact, and leadership
 
In this interview series, we give voice to LGBTQ elders in our midst who have precious stories to share. In living their lives, they have had front row seats to equality advances, declines, triumphs, and tragedies. PFLAG San Jose / Peninsula is providing a microphone and a platform so they can share their lives with us. We hope you enjoy listening!
 
Here on Speaking of Partnership, Ken Bechtel interviews leaders from all walks of life such as Alison Armstrong, Drs. Joy and Roy Martina, Ken Page, Dr. Margaret Paul, Bryan Reeves about their personal trip ups and triumphs in partnership. Whether you are looking to create or enhance a personal, professional, romantic or family partnership, Speaking of Partnership is for you. Our guest open up and share stories, often never revealed before, about their biggest trip up and their proudest mome ...
 
In this podcast I am going to have conversations with successful professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs, scientists, teachers and many more who were people like you & me in the search of seeking knowledge & wisdom and today have reached success in their desired field and have become lifelong learners.
 
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Personal War Stories

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Personal War Stories

Idan Ravin & Steve Budin

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Legendary sports gaming entrepreneur and sports personality, Steve Budin, teams up with Idan Ravin: world renowned trainer, former lawyer, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of the nationally acclaimed The Hoops Whisperer. Each week, Personal War Stories -- Life on Plant Earth, delves into the personal struggles we face everyday: food, fitness, relationships, family, values, business, society, pop culture, sports, politics and religion. Renowned industry leaders and disruptive thinkers ...
 
From stories of reinvention and inspiring career pivots, to the dramatic shifts that happen in moments of crisis, this season on change explores how we feel at that crucial point of creating new lives for ourselves, and what we can learn from the experiences of others. Speaking to the likes of authors, artists, CEOs, adventurers, musicians, former prisoners, and even monks, presenter Dee Stirling uncovers the truth about what it takes to make a life change, and paints a picture of how we fee ...
 
I'm a Transformational Life Coach from Greenville, SC. This podcast is a place to share stories of transformation in order to help fuel your motivations and faith that real, transformational change is always possible! Connect with me on these platforms: Website: https://www.natalia-martin.com Facebook: https://faceboook.com/nataliamartinlifecoach Instagram: https://instagram.com/its_natalia_martin Twitter: https://twitter.com/imnataliamartin Email: nataliamartininfo@gmail.com Support this po ...
 
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The BOOST Podcast: Inspiring Stories of Professional and Personal Growth from Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Healthcare Pros

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The BOOST Podcast: Inspiring Stories of Professional and Personal Growth from Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Healthcare Pros

Elena Lipson, Principal and Founder of Mosaic Growth Partners, Interviews Inspiring Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Healthcare Pros to Hear Their Growth Stories | Strategist | Business Development and Growth Expert | Entrepreneur | Innovator

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The BOOST Podcast is a weekly podcast where Elena Lipson chats with real people about their professional and personal growth. Elena has benefited from intentionally blending her professional and personal growth. She grew her consulting business, Mosaic Growth Partners, to six figures in her first six months while living her best life, traveling, sight-seeing and closing deals in DC, Miami and California. If you’re looking for ways to accelerate your professional and personal progress, BOOST ...
 
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What a start to Season 2! I had a serious surf accident last week with a major head trauma - so I thought, why not do a mini-podcast with a concussion!? This is a little "bonus episode" of me sharing the blow-by-blow of what happened, and the epiphany I had on the other side of the miracle. Coming soon: I have four *amazing* women lined up for podc…
 
After earning his masters in psychiatric social work and completing basic training, Shad Meshad worked at Fort Leavenworth Military Prison as a mental health officer. Most of the prisoners were Vietnam veterans, and he provided them with treatment and a means to reintegrate into society. After hearing the stories of veterans at Fort Leavenworth, Me…
 
Warning, this episode mentions violence, racism, sex, and self-harm. Listener discretion is advised. After earning his masters in psychiatric social work and completing basic training, Shad Meshad worked at Fort Leavenworth Military Prison as a mental health officer. Most of the prisoners were Vietnam veterans, and he provided them with treatment a…
 
In this episode, Maj James Dunning describes the infamous Dieppe Raid and becoming an instructor at Achnacarry Castle. At 20 years old, James Dunning volunteered for the new special force that would become the Commandos (or British Commandos). The Commandos quickly became famous for their rigorous training, elite status, and their green berets. Dun…
 
Hi, I’m Ken Harbaugh, host of Warriors In Their Own Words. I just wanted to let you know that the team and I are taking some time off during the holidays. We’ll return to our normal release schedule on January 12th. In the meantime, we’ll be sharing an episode of our other show, the Medal of Honor podcast, here on this feed. Think of it as our holi…
 
At 20 years old, James Dunning volunteered for the new special force that would become the Commandos (or British Commandos). The Commandos quickly became famous for their rigorous training, elite status, and their green berets. Dunning fought with the Commandos during World War Two, most notably during the Dieppe Raid. Known as Operation Jubilee, t…
 
Don't buy that creepy doll on eBay, it's probably haunted. This week we're talking with Robin about disappearing screwdrivers, invisible babies, and sitting ghosts. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) 208-2744. Dang! That's Weird is a production of Du Vide Media. Ch…
 
What is the movie that you know almost by heart? That you use as a coded language with some of your friends? Since he watched it on TV when he was a sick kid in bed, Paolo included the memorable lines of "All About Eve" (1950) as part of his social repertoire and now he shares that with us in this delightful pre-holiday episode. Bette Davis and Ann…
 
COL Douglas C. Dillard describes fighting in WWII as an Army parachute regiment sergeant during the Battle of the Bulge. He also discusses the cold, harsh environment they faced, and how he almost lost both of his legs because of it. During the interview, Dillard describes an encounter he had with a captured German soldier: “We caught a German ther…
 
Ghosts aren't always human. In Courtney's case, her apartment seems to be haunted by a cat. And based on voicemail from a listener, she's not the only one. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) 208-2744. Dang! That's Weird is a production of Du Vide Media. Check out a…
 
Today we will look back to our interview with Coss Marte, an ex-inmate who is now a successful entrepreneur and founder of ConBody.Speaking to Coss has been so incredible. His raw honesty, incredible journey, and desire to make something good out of something so bad has been very moving. During our interview, we touched upon a wide variety of issue…
 
On this day (December 8th) in 1941, Japanese forces attacked Wake Island. After the Americans surrendered, Sgt. Pearsall and his fellow Marines were taken as prisoners of war, and spent 3 ½ years at a prison camp in China during WWII. Sergeant John Edward ‘Swede’ Pearsall served in the Marines as a part of the 1st Defense Battalion, D Battery on Wa…
 
Sometimes you get a glimpse of a potential future, sometimes you set out on one path (or conversation lol) and end up on an entirely different one, everything's connected. Today, the one and only Chance York stops by to share his experiences with psychedelics, meditation, premonitions, and a whole bunch of other things. Stay connected with Chance a…
 
In this special episode, Captain Torres explains how landfill-like burn pits in Iraq gave him a chronic lung injury and a toxic brain injury. Captain Le Roy Torres served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 24 years, and spent a year on duty in Balad, Iraq. While there, Torres lived and worked in close proximity to a burn pit. These burn pits act as landf…
 
Most cultures have some version of a big, hairy, wild ape/man. In the United States there's Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or Skunk Ape. In Asia there's the Yeti. In Australia there's Yowie. Today Andrew stops by to share his story of encountering a Yowie near Port Macquarie, Australia in 2003. You can read the Australian Yowie Research report of Andrew's exp…
 
MGen Roger Rowley describes his experiences fighting as a ground forces officer in the days following the invasion of Normandy, and how he missed the D-Day invasion. MGen Rowley served in World War Two as ground forces officer in the Canadian Army. For months he and his unit prepared for the invasion of Normandy, but when the fateful day came, no o…
 
Tea leaves, tarot, runes–there are many different forms of divination. Chelsea stops by to share some stories of her grandma's tea leaf readings, and Britta gives Spencer a reading of his own. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) 208-2744. Dang! That's Weird is a pro…
 
Junko Yamasaki went on holiday to Australia from her native Japan at 20 years old, and never looked back. Breaking away from her culture’s traditional expectations, she trailblazed a life fueled by curiosity, compassion and courage. Over her 52 years, she has embodied many aspects of both personal and professional womanhood - daughter, sister, wife…
 
It Was Said, the 2021 Webby Award winner for Best Podcast Series, returns with a new season to look back on some of the most powerful, impactful, and timeless speeches in history. Written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author-historian Jon Meacham, this documentary podcast series takes you through another season of ten genera…
 
Jack Hessman was a Navy Corpsman who served in the Korean War. He was assigned to the Marine Corps, and fought in the famous battle of the Chosin Reservoir. During the battle, he faced freezing cold conditions, and at one point had to play dead in order to avoid being killed by Chinese soldiers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
We've probably all experienced deja vu before–that feeling that you've done something, been somewhere, or heard something before–but for most of us it's a fleeting experience. David Wagner woke up 7 months ago with deja vu and it hasn't stopped since. Terrifying time loop: The man trapped in constant deja vu Check out David's music on YouTube Have …
 
All the possible combinations of love and all the layers of nudity are exposed in "Women in Love", the movie that merged D.H Lawrence, Ken Russell and Larry Kramer in 1969. Spider had a turning point in his life by following the discursive approach to feelings that earned Glenda Jackson her first Oscar and offered global audiences the first male fu…
 
In this bonus Veterans Day episode, we hear from Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia. Staff Sergeant Bellavia served in the Army and deployed to Iraq in 2004. During the Second Battle of Fallujah, Bellavia cleared a house filled with 5 insurgents in order to save his squad. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions at a White House cere…
 
After a grenade injured both his legs and sent him home from Vietnam, Army Specialist Robert Patrick "Rocky" Bleier made a full recovery and went on to win four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh steelers. In college, Bleier played for Notre Dame and was a part of the ‘66 National Championship team. He was the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 16th round draft pic…
 
Cults can be very sneaky. Sometimes so sneaky that you don't even realize it's a cult until after you've joined. This week Michael Jones stops by to talk about his time at Freedom Village, a "boarding school" in upstate New York. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) …
 
Specialist Nathan Dowds discusses his training, the moments when his life was on the line, and the hazy morality of the conflict. Dowds served as an Army paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. He deployed to Afghanistan twice, in 2002 and in 2004, and once to Iraq in 2003. During the episode, he says this about his struggles: “The world is full…
 
On Janurary 3, 2014 Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem Stark was murdered in what appeared to be a robbery gone bad. For some of his tenants, his death had an unexpected consequence. This week, one of those former tenants, Andrew Poitras, stops by to share a few stories. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@da…
 
Brigadier General Sydney Radley-Walters was a tank commander in the Canadian Army and was the Western Allies leading tank killer during WWII. In the final part of his interview, Radley-Walters finishes his recount of the D-Day invasion, including the battle of Buron, Operation Totalize, and capturing Caen, and more. He also talks about the booby tr…
 
Till death do us part, but maybe also after that. Shelby stops by to talk about how her house is haunted by her very alive husband. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) 208-2744. Dang! That's Weird is a production of Du Vide Media. Check out all our great shows here!…
 
BGen Radley-Walters was a tank commander in the Canadian Army and was the Western Allies leading tank killer during WWII. He’s credited with destroying 18 German tanks and many other armored vehicles, and he was awarded an Order of Military Merit, the Distinguished Service Order, the Military Cross, an a Canadian Forces Decoration. Learn more about…
 
Our bodies are capable of all kinds of amazing, weird, and sometimes terrifying things. This week, Lydia Liza stops by to share her story of discovering she had a rare heart condition. Have a story you'd like featured on the show? Send an email to spencer@dangthatsweird.com or leave a voicemail at (612) 208-2744. Dang! That's Weird is a production …
 
Olds describes his experiences in Vietnam, his most memorable dogfight, and more. – Brigadier General Robin Olds is a triple ace fighter pilot who shot down a total of 17 enemy aircraft during World War II and Vietnam. He flew all sorts of aircrafts, including P-38s, P-51s, P-80s and F-4s during his tenure. By the time he retired, Olds had collecte…
 
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