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Everyone has those difficult blank moments sometimes. Whether in your personal life, career, relationship, or in a public situation, writer's block, social anxiety, imposter syndrome, being off-form or having an identity crisis can affect anyone at any time. It's part of the human condition and yet it can throw us off course and make us feel helpless. Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host an informal, insightful podcast in which they chat to well-known people from comedy, acting, writing, b ...
 
Andy Daly (Comedy Central's Review) and Matt Gourley (Superego) spent months sifting through podcast pilots to curate this collection of noteworthy efforts. Together they’ll bring you pilots submitted by a beloved cowboy poet, a satanist game show host and many more. All of these would-be podcasters have, oddly enough, taken advantage of the open door policy on Comedy Bang Bang, but there is so much more to discover about each and every one of them.
 
A podcast by a Surinamese photography & technology enthusiast laying bare some things that are on his mind. Hosted by Clay Daly the co-founder and co-host of Cybrcast. Can find more at http://CWDaly.com. Tune in to this infrequent, possibly rant laden solo (maybe a guest on occasion) podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/through-my-lens-with-clay-daly/support
 
The Daly Dose Sports Podcast is a look at the world of sports through the eyes of sports writer Clint Daly. A former basketball coach and host of the Daly Dose radio show heard in Denver, CO. Clint will guide you through the latest sports news and give you his unique opinion on today’s top stories. Sarcastic, irreverent, and insightful, the Daly Dose Sports Podcast will inform and entertain you with every episode.
 
The Unscripted Podcast is HOSTED BY NELL DALY. Nationally Recognized PSYCHOTHERAPIST, TV COMMENTATOR and JOURNALIST NELL DALY answers questions about relationships, health, business and human motivation by giving CREDIBLE real-life advice and practical tips to the listener through DARING conversations with: celebs, writes, disruptors, comedians, doctors, feminists (for sure), the famous, the not so famous, the girl next door and your everyman. Filmed live from the Teachable Studios in NYC, y ...
 
Under The Radar blows your F**CKING MIND! Actually, it's a quick podcast every Friday showcasing some of the amazing musicians that make up Canada's thriving music scene. We talk about how the bands got their start, their influences, the music scene & industry in general, and basically just try to promote the sh!t out of talent. Me? I speaky words good at a Rock Station in Timmins, Ontario. For more info or to get in touch hit me up on twitter @DalyRy. Thanks for listening & be sure to subsc ...
 
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Janet Devlin is a Northern Irish singer-songwriter who competed in the eighth series of X-Factor in 2011 where she finished in fifth place. Devlin's debut album was released in 2012 and her second studio album Confessional was released this year. Jane is incredibly open about her career in the music industry and all the ups and downs that has broug…
 
As we start off the holiday week here in the USA for Thanksgiving, I found this important reminder about a mindset that we want to carry with us always. Not cutting corners is something we all need to be reminded about, especially when we want things to happen quicker than they are happening. I know I needed this advice long ago when I was younger,…
 
This week is Jesus’ parable of the talents found in Matthew‘s gospel. It is about the ways we use our gifts and resources. The Master congratulates and rewards the business savvy of two servants, while punishing the servant who holds onto his allotment, fearful of risk-taking. There is no need to punish judgment, and perhaps the third servant doesn…
 
Mick is in a state of shock after being called "the MEP who looks like the bass player from Jethro Tull" during a committee meeting with a neo conservative journalist.The two MEPs discuss their amendment to the report on stocktaking of the European Elections, where they aim to establish a free EU-wide TV channel for streaming proceedings from the E…
 
Some awesome thoughts that I picked up for a Brian Buffini podcast - find it HERE. There were some powerful thoughts that he shared from a few different quotes that really got me thinking here about some things. There is hope for all of us, no matter what tough times we are going through - there is some inspiration here. Thanks for listening. Pleas…
 
Laura Whitmore is a radio broadcaster, TV presenter, writer and podcaster. Laura's first big gig was presenting for MTV, which led to her then presenting on ITV's I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! More recently Laura has presented her own show on Radio 5Live, as well as being the presenter for ITV's Love Island and team captain on Celebrity Juice…
 
Remember, Faith and Fear cannot co-exist. Dr. Jeff Lip reminds us all the time about that. We get the choice as to which one to feed in our lives. The one we continually feed will take charge in our lives. Whichever one we focus on will be the one that we have to deal with the most. The key is that there are plenty of items from the world that will…
 
This week we read the saga of the bridesmaids from Matthew’s gospel. The tradition required the bridegroom to arrive at the home of the bride’s family, claim the bride, and take her to his own house. Waiting for the bridegroom meant being prepared, not merely passing time. In this parable, some bridesmaids neglected their oil lamps. A trimmed wick …
 
Clare and Mick give their reaction to the US presidential election and discuss what changes the world is likely to see under Biden and Harris. Meanwhile, The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has run out of money at a time that the new US vice president, Kamala Harris, has promised to provide $70 million a week to Israel…
 
A great story that Alan Zimmerman shares through a John Maxwell book that really hammers home the point about making others feel important. It's a story that we all can learn from about having charisma and the ability to focus on others. That in turn will help us connect to others a lot easier than if we are thinking and saying to others, "here I a…
 
Legendary radio and television presenter Nicky Campbell has been a mainstay of British broadcasting for decades. He has presented the BBC Radio 5 Live breakfast programme since 2003, BBC One's Sunday morning show The Big Questions since 2007, and Long Lost Family on ITV since 2011. He presented the game show Wheel of Fortune from 1988 until 1996, a…
 
Jon Gordon always has some great lessons for us to learn from and I'm sharing a few with you. Perspective is so important in life. So this week we can get off to a great start by taking some of these lessons with us. Check out all that Jon Gordon has to offer at jongordon.com Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this…
 
Found some great reminders about how important Focus is or should be. I know I need to have it be more on my list of things I need to do. Brian Buffini has some great things to say about it. Find his podcast here: https://www.thebrianbuffinishow.com/focus-239/ It's amazing to hear the stories and hear the details from Brian's talk. Check it out. Th…
 
This week we hear a reading from the gospel of Matthew known as the Beatitudes or the Sermon on the Mount. It is here that Jesus Microsoft Word - Nov 1 2020 Newsletter v1 shares the attitudes of how to live life knowing that even in the midst of troubles we will be blessed in God’s grace. Sometimes it is about accomplishing a worthwhile goal, even …
 
A special episode to announcement to let you guys know that we have written a book! It's called Blank: Why it's Fine to Falter and Fail, And How To Pick Yourself Up Again and it's out on March 18th, 2021. We are joined by Celine Hughes, our fantastic Senior Commissioning Editor from Quadrille Publishing, who have published out book to talk about wh…
 
Mark Kermode is a writer, broadcaster, film critic and musician. As well as being chief film critic for The Observer, Mark is known for his broadcast work for BBC, Radio 5Live's 'Kermode and Mayo's Film Review' alongside Simon Mayo and his documentaries 'Mark Kermode's Secret Cinema'. More recently Mark present's his own own podcast 'Kermode On Fil…
 
With the elections in the United States coming tomorrow (Tuesday, Nov. 3), no matter what happens - we have all got some changing to do! I find it troubling that we will take on these political battles and make them part of our everyday lives against others. The anger, negativity, hatred, and evilness towards each other - from both sides - has been…
 
Maing Good and Bad times work for you - at worrk and in life, who doesn't want that? There is a book by Dr. Spencer Johnson called "Peaks and Valleys and it's got some great mindset items to add to your life. He is the #`1 Bestselling Author of "Who Moved My Cheese?" That's a great book all about change and how to handle it. During the ups and down…
 
Mick's 96-year-old mother Maureen has sadly just passed away. Exiled in Brussels and unable to return home for the funeral, Mick remembers his late mother with a couple of interesting stories. Elsewhere, the European Parliament is getting locked down and the MEPs are about to get locked out.Clare rallies against the mistreatment and push backs of m…
 
Jenny Seagrove a legend of stage and screen, Jenny has been in films such as Local Hero, The Guardian, and most recently Off the Rails alongside Dame Judi Dench. We started by asking Jenny about her early life in Malaysia, and her first forays into acting during her time in boarding school. Jenny tells us some wonderful anecdotes from being on stag…
 
This week is one of those biblical stories that may be very familiar to you. To us, Jesus is simply echoing what we know in our heart of hearts – love God, love your neighbour. It seems so obvious! But it would not have been so to Jesus’ original hearers. For the scribes and Pharisees (and thus for the people who were taught by them) the Law given …
 
Came across a great picture with the following on it: "The best kind of people are the ones that come into your life, and make you see the sun where you once saw clouds. The people that believe in you so much, you start to believe in you too. The people that love you, simply for being you. The once in a lifetime kind of people." To start off this w…
 
Another great lesson from John Maxwell about focusing on today and what we can do in the moment, instead of worrying about the future so much. It's a reminder that today is really all we have. If we take care of our todays, our tomorrows will be set up for success. It's the journey that we need to focus on and not a particular "station" to finish a…
 
We all heard of Jacinda Ardern's electoral win in New Zealand, but not a peep from the media about the landslide win in the Bolivian elections. Clare, Mick and Damien discuss the democracy in action which brought about the monumental win of MAS (Movement Towards Socialism party) in Bolivia, and the rejection of last year's right-wing coup.We've all…
 
In the reading this week from the gospel of Matthew, we are confronted with the Pharisees who are attempting to trap Jesus in his own words. Jesus, however, constantly turns the tables on his attackers often leaving them speechless and the bystanders amazed. In this week’s reading Jesus’ opponents finally raise the subject of taxes. Of course, taxe…
 
Kayleigh-Paige Rees is an actress best known for her role as Julia Beaufort in ITV's Primetime period drama 'Sanditon'. Kayleigh-Paige started her career in successful independent films most notably, Ann in Ann Rolls Green currently on Amazon Prime and Mona in Skinny World, an award-winning short film taking a closer look at eating disorders. She s…
 
On the road and I had to share this with you. I was listening to a fabulous podcast from Jon Gordon and his guest Sam Acho. Find this podcast HERE: https://positiveuniversity.com/episode/sam-acho/ Amazing messages and powerful lessons that we all can relate to. One of the biggest is being authentic. Being you! Being ourselves can be so hard if we d…
 
In the twenty-seventh episode of I4C Trouble Clare explains why fundamental rights in Bulgaria were on the plenary agenda in October and why the largest group in the Parliament learned to regret it, while Mick discusses the strong position the Parliament has taken in the Climate Law. In other news, an Irish campaign to free Julian Assange was launc…
 
Another fantastic podcast by John O'Leary got me going this morning, so I had to share a few thoughts in this Facebook Live! So many lessons from this story that John Shares of a mom who lost her son. Check it out here: https://johnolearyinspires.com/podcast/archive/anna-whiston-donaldson/ It gets me thinking about what we can do with our days befo…
 
Amazing lessons from my morning readings again. John Maxwell shares some thoughts about learning your craft today. Today is a great day to do the thing you have been meaning to do, the thing you have been putting off, something someone asked you to do maybe, you get the idea. There are some great ideas here on how we can make our tomorrows better, …
 
Prof Kate Williams is a British historian, author, and television presenter, she regularly appears on Television and Radio and has a role as Professor of Public Engagement with History at the University of Reading. We caught up with Kate as children were returning to schools and we discussed whether having more time at home had helped Kate dedicate…
 
This week in our gospel reading from Luke we find Jesus in a village between Galilee and Samaria. He has met a group of ten people with leprosy who cry out to him for mercy. In their sickness, in their loneliness, in their poverty, they reached out for help. Jesus responded in a way that far exceeded anything they could ever have expected. Instead …
 
Had to share this powerful & emotional message from John O'Leary. He was speaking in his monthly coaching session and he said "Success is a byproduct of living a life of significance which is what you get out of a life that you pour yourself into others around you." That hit me hard and fast this morning and it impressed upon me to share it with yo…
 
This week on I4C Trouble, Mick spills the beans on the hearings for the new Irish commissioner-designate, Mairead McGuinness. Clare reports on Europol's troubling aspirations to become a European FBI, and describes the interesting parliamentary politics around the first Rule of Law resolution, which centre on Bulgaria. The European Parliament discu…
 
This week in Matthew’s gospel we find a story within a story. A parable of Jesus that leaves us asking all sorts of questions. Here Jesus tells of a vineyard owner who cared for and planted some grapes and waited to see what wonderful things would happen. There is a twist this time though which we know many good stories have. In the climax of the s…
 
Hey everyone - I'm back on the bike as it's been a tough few weeks and lot's of things happening - mostly in the emotionally recovery time. I really wanted to share this with you and thanks to Coach Dave Ruekert gave me a great reason to record this one today. I had one of my students turn this article in for a current event titled "Grandpa Leaves …
 
Lorraine Kelly OBE is a Scottish broadcaster, interviewer and journalist, for over 36 years she has been a stalwart of ITV's Breakfast television coverage, including her own show Lorraine, which is live every weekday morning. We started our chat by talking to Lorraine about adapting to working during lockdown and the challenges, but also the positi…
 
Getting started in a great direction for October with figuring out the difference between problems and predicaments. John Maxwell of course helps us to figure this out with some big connecting ideas to focus on this important distinction. This caught my attention last month and I wanted to share it with you as I think all of us can use some help in…
 
So many lessons from the last few days. From losing a parent as we said goodbye to my father-in-law to the lessons I watched first hand from a series of difference makers that helped our family, to my students teaching me again about life's important lessons. Join me to pick up some of the lessons that I share with you from this emotional, but much…
 
Maddy Anholt is an actress, comedian and writer, having spent a number of years on the UK stand-up circuit, Maddy has regularly performed at Edinburgh Fringe, her latest show being How to Train Your Psychopath, and show she is now adapting into a book and several other projects. She Appeared and co-write the award nominated short film 'Kelly' and h…
 
Going through adversity is usually something we don't willingly sign up for. Going through a death in the family - we don't have a choice as it happens to all of us & we don't get to choose when we go through it. I'm learning a lot from this one as we are celebrating the life of a great educator - my father-in-law. The lessons have continued all th…
 
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