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You know those songs, those really special ones? The ones that make your skin tingle? They may make you feel like you can throw a Dodge Dakota the length of a football field, or they may bring you to tears every time you hear them. Either way, those songs have your number. They have a certain power over you as a music fan. We talk about those songs here. Music tells us who we are if we really listen. And No Sleep Til Sudbury turns up the volume nice and loud.
 
Cranks at Dawn is about cycling. All aspects of it. It's not just about how fast or long you ride. It's about what you do with or for cycling. Hans Flensted-Jensen, the founder of Oslo Dawn Patrol, talks to people who make a difference one way or the other. Expect a diverse range of guests covering all things cycling.
 
A weekly podcast for moms. A space to remember we are not alone in our experiences, be challenged to have joy among the chaos, remember grace covers guilt, and seek the truth of the gospel above all else. This is a podcast for the imperfect mother, still learning, still growing and still fully recognizing she doesn’t have it all together - but comes everyday, to the base of the cross, to seek the one who does.
 
The Adventurepreneur Podcast shares the stories of unconventional problem solvers, change makers, and entrepreneurs - building businesses, projects, lifestyles, and brands around a love for adventure, travel, and the outdoors. Adventurepreneurs are thrill seekers, explorers, fun hogs, thought leaders, influencers, and lifestyle designers. They are the people brave enough to not let traditional definitions of success confine them. They are often irreverent misfits and risk takers, living life ...
 
Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women is a Christian show that celebrates the value of women in the church, home, and society. Hosted by authors Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher, the discussions you’ll hear on Worthy will promote respectful conversation on the value and roles of women. Along with their interview guests, Elyse and Eric won’t agree on everything, but they do agree that God is glorious, the Bible is true, women are valuable, and respectful conversation is essential in our ...
 
The power of tech is continuing to change our world faster than most are able to keep up with, and many feel scared or conflicted about what may come next. Surveillance or convenience? Connection or depression? Addiction or empowerment? Will AI help us- or end us? The shadow of innovation is real, but we feel optimistic. The Good User Experience tells the stories of those leveraging tech to leave a positive imprint on humanity through work in areas such as sustainability, education, social j ...
 
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Laura Wifler and Emily Jensen join Eric and Elyse to talk about founding and leading a non-profit parachurch ministry. Laura and Emily are the co-hosts of the Risen Motherhood podcast and co-founders of Risen Motherhood, which exists to encourage, equip, and challenge moms to apply the gospel to their everyday lives. They are also the co-authors of…
 
Emily Jensen-Schvaneveldt is a Master's student at Brigham Young University. She has extensively studied media use and mental health, with her mentor/colleague Sarah Coyne. Emily is specifically passionate about helping people understand their relationships with media and use media as a tool to benefit their lives. *** For links and show notes, ple…
 
Amy is a seasoned leader that provides businesses with the clarity and alignment they need to grow, serve customers, engage partners and fulfill employees. As both consultant and executive, she has developed and implemented innovative growth strategies for organizations large and small. Currently, she is focusing on her startup Daily Haloha. Daily …
 
The energy and enthusiasm that guitarist Sean Kelly brings to describing the songs that make his skin vibrate is unparalleled. Sean takes the notion of skin vibration very literally with his songs, and it was a joy for me to experience his excitement during our chat on NSTS this week. In addition to his enthusiasm, Sean shares impressive musical in…
 
Actress/writer/director Brie Larson (Learning Lots, Captain Marvel) joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 1984 superhero film Supergirl. They talk about inner space, the amusement park home, the powerful orb, Supergirl saving the day outside a Popeye’s, shadow monsters, and much more. Check out the podcast Learning Lots with Brie Larson and Je…
 
Overwhelmed by the stress of running a business on Etsy while raising a new baby, Emily Ley sat down to create a planner that would make her life easier. What started as a binder, paper and Sharpie evolved into Simplified, a multi-million dollar brand of planners and home organizational tools for busy women, which also includes product lines in Off…
 
Deep down, we want to know we’re doing motherhood right. That we’re not failing or heading down the wrong path in life. This is true for our everyday choices about meals, screens, activities, and the way we spend our time. But it’s also true for how we work through tough relationships, respond to our kid’s hard questions, and make life-changing dec…
 
From running a game development studio for 17 years to launching a social impact e-commerce platform to developing his spiritual practices for over a decade, Tian is experienced in assembling and leading teams; identifying and harnessing people’s gifts and superpowers; guiding people to connecting to their life purposes; connecting people to the ri…
 
Andy Curran is back on NSTS this week to talk about the five-ish songs that make his skin vibrate - he actually sneaks a few extra tunes in! Before that, we finish up last week's discussion detailing how Coney Hatch's excellent new new live record Live at the El Mocambo came together. Along with the song discussion, there are more incredible storie…
 
Abdul Karim Kamara is making a difference! And we're not just talking minor differences. He is the tireless community driver in Sierra Leone, where he is improving the lives of people with bicycles. He delivers learn-to-ride classes for girls who otherwise wouldn't know how to ride, because of cultural perceptions about women on bicycles. He’s the …
 
An ex best friend strikes, the mystery of Henry Fonda begins, and much more on this week’s minisode! Paul offers up advice on the Help Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions from The Visitor, shares his pick of the week, and announces next week’s movie. Get tix for any upcoming live-streamed shows over at https://www.hdtgminfo.com/ HDTGM Disc…
 
While taking time off from college to receive treatment for Lyme disease, Alexis Isham was also forming deep friendships with people experiencing homelessness in Nashville and looking for new ways to help them. Alexis and her co-founder turned that passion into Resera (formerly known as Unlocked), an ethical jewelry brand that employs women survivo…
 
Obedience. That’s an outdated word, right? But really, our questions in motherhood about where to send our kids to school, what to feed them, and even how we spend our time and money, boils down to this. We don’t want to fail, so we wonder what to obey, how to obey, and how to keep going when we stumble. Essentially, we want to know what it looks l…
 
This week we're giving you a little taste of Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael's new podcast, The Deep Dive. Each week, Jessica and June ‘deep dive’ into a wide range of topics such as, motherhood and family, feminism, Meghan Markle, sh*t they put on their faces, and whether or not to buy a crystal because it’s on sale. The Deep Dive capture…
 
As a Coney Hatch fan from waaaaay back, it was a privilege for me to host Coney singer and bassist Andy Curran this week. The band has released their new live record, Coney Hatch Live at the El Mocambo, recorded in October 2020 at the historic Toronto venue. Andy has some tremendous rock stories, and he shares many of them with me in this episode -…
 
Scott Brown has over 12 years of experience in the toy and game industry. In 2008 he helped found an educational game concept which eventually grew to more than 40 retail stores across the US. He has held prominent roles in the industry including Head of Creative over Games at a major Toy and Game Manufacturer. Scott has helped design, develop and …
 
HDTGM Allstar Rob Huebel joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 1979 science fiction horror film The Visitor. Recorded live from Seattle, they talk all about scary birds, the speed of wheelchair elevators, ice skating, and much more. Warning: There is some light gun violence discussion in this episode. Get tix for any upcoming live-streamed sho…
 
It's that special time for the HDTGM Family, specifically Paul and Jason, to watch and react live to the latest Fast and Furious movie trailer for F9. Get tix for any upcoming live-streamed shows over at https://www.hdtgminfo.com/ HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgm Paul’s Discord: https://discord.gg/paulscheer Check out Paul and Rob Huebel live on Twi…
 
If you think organising races and other cycling events has to be complicated and be done the way it always has been done then think again! Rad Race don't care about the establishment when it comes to how races are organised and done! Anyone can ride and race. The threshold is low. Just show up and join! Rad Race has become a solid business in Germa…
 
Since its inception, Heavy Metal has spawned a countless number of subgenres. Black Metal is one of them, and in the early 1990s Norwegian Black Metal became more than just a musical subgenre. It developed into a violent, deeply sinister belief system. In this episode of No Sleep 'til Sudbury, we examine the dark origins and horrifying transgressio…
 
An opening line, a Japanese mystery and much more on this week’s minisode! Paul offers up advice on the Help Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions from The January Man, and announces next week’s movie. Get tix for any upcoming live-streamed shows over at https://www.hdtgminfo.com/ HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgm Paul’s Discord: https://disco…
 
Activating the Four Types of Mentorship When Her Story of Success CEO Leah Glover Hayes was looking for mentorship to help her grow in her career and eventually start a company, she quickly realized that not all mentorship is created equally. And while experts tend to agree that mentorship makes a major difference in determining someone’s career su…
 
Was he doped or not? Well... he was. One of the most dramatic events in the history of Tour de France, was when Michael Rasmussen was pulled out of the race by his own team (Rabobank) in 2007 after he had just won the queen stage, was in yellow and the path to the overall victory was clear! Hear Michael tell about why it then took six years to come…
 
Longtime NSTS listeners know that I love speaking with up-and-coming musical talent on the show. And I anticipate that country singer songwriter Nelson Sobral will be a well-known name fairly soon. Nelson's imaginative with the instrumentation he utilizes in his country-inflected material, a nod to his sophisticated musical tastes - something he cr…
 
Frank Gjata, founder of Conscious Ink, is dedicated to creating innovative tools that support people (including himself) to wake up, live consciously and enthusiastically love the life we live. In 2009, Frank founded Conscious Ink, an empowerment company utilizing temporary tattoos to support people on their personal journey. With his creation of t…
 
HDTGM Allstar Kulap Vilaysack (Add To Cart) joins Paul and Jason to discuss the 1989 crime comedy The January Man. They talk about Kevin Kline’s accent, Rod Steiger’s yell acting, Susan Sarandon’s rhythmic slaps, describing haggis, the Calendar Girl revelation, and much more. Get tix for any upcoming live-streamed shows over at https://www.hdtgminf…
 
This week on NSTS I welcome back one of the industry's 'good guys', Jitters frontman Blair Packham. Blair is a friend and it's always a pleasure to have him on the show. In addition to chatting about the new record he's currently working on and his skin-vibrating songs, we also discuss how his dad inadvertently named his last record, the interestin…
 
A boy from small-town Texas is introduced to Pong and Dungeons and Dragons by his parents. As a result, he quickly starts to see all of life as a game, which drives him to become a designer and developer in the game industry. After helming some of the most successful games of our time, he is summoned to help people level up in real life. He creates…
 
A Snyder vaccination revelation, fencing with your neighbors, what is a trident, and much more on this week’s minisode! Paul offers up advice on the Help Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions from Zack Snyder’s Justice League, catches up with Jason in another edition of Quar Chat, and announces next week’s movie. Get tix for any upcoming liv…
 
In honor of International Women’s Day 2021, Her Story of Success was honored to join Collective615 for ChallengeHER, an event celebrating women who are affecting change in Nashville and beyond. As part of the event, Her Story of Success CEO Leah Glover Hayes hosted a panel discussion with three incredible women who are affecting change in Nashville…
 
In cycling the men's races are (almost) always being prioritized over the women's race. Why is that? Two of the Norwegian pro-riders - Line Marie Gulliksen and Emilie Moberg - are now openly speaking up against the cycling federation and race organizers in Norway (and abroad). And things are moving in the right direction, but there's still a long w…
 
This week on NSTS I speak with someone whose parents I watched on television as a kid - her mom is Cindy Williams, who played Shirley from Laverne & Shirley, and her dad is Bill Hudson of the Hudson Brothers. Her name is Emily Taylor Hudson, and she's a super talented singer songwriter with brand new music available. Emily and I have a really great…
 
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