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Need a minute to breathe? Need a minute with God? The busy world around us demands our time and energy and soul, so spend one minute a day drawing on God's strength! Start your day, pause your day, or end your day with Janine Turner and the God On The Go Minute Podcast, where Janine speaks about her own life experiences, brings scripture to life, and gives you Spirit-filled direction to help you navigate this chaotic world and bring your soul closer to God...one minute at a time.
 
Are you a teacher, a SENCo or a school leader? Want research-backed strategies for supporting students who find it hard to manage their emotions or behaviour? Want practical ways of supporting pupils with special needs like autism, ADHD, FASD or attachment disorder? Want tried-and-tested classroom management strategies that will work with that ‘tricky class’? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the School Behaviour Secrets podcast where we’ll answer ALL these questions and so much mor ...
 
The Jane Anderson Brand You Show is the podcast for experts, consultants, speakers, trainers, academics and coaches who are or aim to be the leaders in their field. Jane shares her insights as well as interviews those who are industry experts to find out about their experiences when marketing themselves under their Personal Brand, or name. According to US Labour Data, by 2020 50% of the workforce will be self-employed​. The ability to market & sell yourself is an essential skill for the futu ...
 
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Grant has an in-depth interview with The Athletic's rising star writer Felipe Cárdenas about everything that's happening around Atlanta United in the wake of Gabriel Heinze's firing as coach after just 13 MLS games in charge. Cárdenas describes how the culture has changed inside the club, what led to Heinze's firing and what might come next. He als…
 
Grant and Christine Cupo break down Sweden's stunning 3-0 victory over the USWNT to start the Olympic soccer tournament. The defeat broke the U.S.'s 44-game unbeaten streak and exposed a midfield that got overrun without Julie Ertz until she entered the game in the second half. By then it was too late. Episode sponsored by Verna Law. Music: https:/…
 
Grant and Chris provide their instant reactions to USMNT 1, Canada 0, which gave the U.S. first place in their Gold Cup group. Then Grant interviews Flavio Zveiter and Ricardo Fort (27:18) about their proposal—with up to $1 billion backing—to form an equivalent of the English Premier League with the top clubs of the Brazilian game.…
 
Huge numbers of kids are affected by imprisonment - and most schools will have at least one family where a mother or father is in the criminal justice system. But how do we reach children affected by this issue - and help them break the chain of inter-generational offending that is all too common? James Ottley from Children Heard and Seen is an exp…
 
Lisa Bella Donna is somehow algorithmically connected to me – her work shows up consistently in my social media feeds, the sites that I read cover her work, and (of course) the music really speaks to me. So it’s kind of odd that it has taken so long to get her on the pod. Maybe it’s because she’s pretty laid back about her self-promotion, and maybe…
 
Grant has a good conversation with Matt Turner, the goalkeeper for the New England Revolution who's starting for the USMNT during the Gold Cup. Turner gives the low-down on what's happening ahead of Thursday's group-stage game against Martinique and goes into detail on his remarkable career journey despite being overlooked on multiple occasions. Tu…
 
Grant breaks down a huge soccer weekend with Chris Wittyngham, including the USMNT's 1-0 win over Haiti in the Gold Cup, Italy's penalty-kick triumph over England in the Euro final and Argentina's surprising win over Brazil in the Copa América final. Then Grant interviews Esmeralda Negrón and Susie Petrucelli about ATA Football (31:47), their ventu…
 
Mean Girls behaviours (or to use its correct name, Relational Aggression) is a common form of bullying where the group turns on one of its own members. It's emotionally damaging and it doesn't just affect girls - boys can be victims too. In this episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we explore exactly what relational aggression is - and how to tackl…
 
Grant has an in-depth interview with his friend Christine Cupo about the revival of the Italian national team under Roberto Mancini, a look ahead to the England-Italy Euro final and her thoughts on American soccer culture. Cupo, who's a regular on Juventibus's JB Show, explains her soccer story, including becoming the doyenne of New York City coed …
 
In this episode of Shining the Light, my special guest is Chawn Bracey. Chawn Bracey is a multimedia content producer and founder of Motivator Music LLC. He uses his remix process to develop speaking albums and videos for his clients. Helping his clients land commercial voice over deals and earn thousands of streams. Chawn shares how to grow your d…
 
In this episode of Shining the Light, my special guest is Jessica Giles. Jessica Giles is an accountant who evolved into a Certified Transformational Money and Mindset Coach for women. She is the author of Financially Free Forever and the founder of Money Mastery Academy. She works with women who have felt disempowered or ill-equipped to be in cont…
 
Grant and Chris Wittyngham catch up and break down all the quarterfinals from the Euros and Copa América, as well as the USMNT roster for the Gold Cup and Toronto's firing of Chris Armas. Then Grant talks to Andy Harper (39:42), the longtime Australian soccer commentator, about the impact of Australian Ange Postecoglou as the new Celtic manager, co…
 
Is your aim not just for your students to behave better in class - but want to behave? Not just because you're spoon-feeding them with rewards (or threatening consequences) - but because it's the right thing to do? Pamela Tseu is an expert in classroom management and she's developed 7 teaching tools to make this happen. In this episode, she explain…
 
Tim Exile has been involved in the Music Tech world for a long time. As the developer of a number of effects and instruments for Native Instruments (including Flesh - https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/synths/flesh/ and The Finger - https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/effects/the-finger/), he became well-kno…
 
Grant has a fun interview with Janine Beckie, the Canadian national team and Manchester City forward who's also working as an analyst for Canada's TSN during the Euros. Beckie, who checks in from her offseason home in Denver, discusses why she chose to play for Canada instead of the U.S., her thoughts on playing in the upcoming Olympics, her though…
 
In this episode of Shining the Light, my special guest is Eddie Turner. Eddie Turner is an in-demand expert in leadership development. Forbes called Eddie the preeminent authority on emerging leaders. He works as an executive coach for senior and emerging leaders. Eddie delivers keynote speeches and facilitates learning delivery and executive strat…
 
In this episode of Shining the Light, my special guest is Alan Howle. Alan is a video coach and content creation expert, founder of Triple Effect video agency. Alan shares his insights and expertise on how to leverage your content and optimising your time. Unlocking your imagination and finding what beauty can be shared with your audience and bring…
 
In this episode of Shining the Light, my special guest is Renée Giarusso. Renée is a highly sought-after communication and leadership expert, leading teams and working with leaders for over 22 years. She is a keynote speaker, a professional educator, a mentor and a professional certified coach (PCC) who works with leaders, organisations and teams …
 
Trying to support your students with anger issues - but feel like your intervention isn't making the progress your pupils deserve? Then it's time to identify the obstacles in the way of your group's (and your pupils') success. In today's episode, we look at the factors that prevent anger management programmes from having an impact, and review the e…
 
Efan Ekoku, who's broadcasting the Euros for ESPN, joins Grant for an in-depth discussion on a number of topics, including how he approaches calling a game, his playing career at the start of the Premier League, being on Nigeria's historic 1994 World Cup team, how he got into media, coded racism in the way soccer is discussed, what it has been like…
 
Grant has a wide-ranging interview with TUDN's Paco Villa about all the events taking place on TUDN platforms this summer, including the Euros, Copa América and the USA-Mexico rivalry that rekindled itself in the Nations League final and could again in the upcoming Gold Cup. Villa also explains how he got into the media business in Mexico and his t…
 
Grant has an in-depth interview with Sola Winley, who since February has been an MLS executive vice president and the league’s chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer. They discuss the league's efforts to address its abysmal record of hiring Black American head coaches, the plan to work with Black Players for Change and SCORE, the commemorati…
 
For children with special needs, early intervention can be the difference between succeeding in school and reaching their potential - and disengagement, struggling academically and poor social emotional outcomes. In this episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we interview Jayne Wesler (who's spent her career supporting students with SEN) about what t…
 
Recently, the Mute label reached out to me to see if I wanted to interview Alessandro Cortini, I had to chuckle a little to myself. Alessandro and I have had great conversations over the years, and I jumped at the opportunity to talk to him about his newest release: Scuro Chiaro. It’s an amazing work – added to an already amazing body of work. Of c…
 
In a bonus episode, Grant has a lively interview with Bruce Arena, whose New England Revolution is currently atop the MLS Eastern Conference. Arena explains how he has built this Revolution team, how he and the MLS have changed over the years, what he has learned about Boston, his thoughts on the USMNT and World Cup qualifying and much, much more. …
 
Grant interviews Jamie Vardy, one of the Premier League's greatest goal-scorers for Leicester City, about his surprising decision to become a co-owner of the Rochester Rhinos. Vardy explains why he wanted to become an owner, where it fits in his plans for the future, whether he has seen Ted Lasso yet and much more. Music: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
Grant interviews the photographer Adrián Macías (23:30) and Mexsport Agency owner David Leah about Macías's memorable photograph of Christian Pulisic and the USMNT after Pulisic's game-winning penalty against Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League final. Macías tells the story of how he got the shot—and of his own journey in the sports photography b…
 
Motivation in the classroom is easy, right? We dangle rewards in front of kids and they’ll change their behaviour to get the rewards. But what if that idea is wrong? What if using rewards actually diminishes children’s motivation in the long term? In today’s episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we explore the surprising science of reward systems… s…
 
Grant has an enlightening conversation with Alexis Ohanian, an owner of Angel City FC, which starts play in the NWSL next year. Ohanian is also a co-founder and former executive chair of Reddit and a prolific Internet entrepreneur and investor, including in the site Gloria, which is building a global community for soccer fans. Ohanian explains why …
 
Grant has a deep-dive interview with USWNT coach Vlatko Andonovski (26:50), who describes what it's like to coach his hyper-competitive players and tells a bit about his story from coaching youth players to becoming the coach of the most successful women's soccer team in the world. Before that, Grant and Chris Wittyngham discuss the USMNT's memorab…
 
Looking for a way of moving away from rewards and consequences in your school, towards a fairer system where everyone has a voice? In her school, Headteacher Janine Dodds has done just that - and in today’s show, Janine is going to talk us through her schools journey in introducing and embedding restorative practice - including her experience of ge…
 
I’ve been a synth-head for a very long time. As a result, I have these little personal dropping-off points of favorite bits of gear: Ensoniq ESQ-1, Roland JD-800, E-mu Proteus and Morpheus. So imagine my surprise when a recent parcel of Facebook paraded all of my favorite synths. And it was put out there by today’s guest – Drew Schlesinger – who wa…
 
Grant interviews Melissa Ortiz, the former Colombian national team player, about her new role as a studio analyst for FuboTV's coverage of the CONMEBOL men's World Cup qualifiers starting Thursday with a quadruple-header. They talk about some of the main storylines as well as her playing career, how she transitioned into her current gig, her new bu…
 
Grant has an intriguing conversation with Tom Statham (34:34), a longtime Manchester United academy coach who has worked with Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and many other players when they were eight years old and seen them go on to do great things. Statham also hosts the Go Play Soccer Podcast which explores the topic of coaching young players …
 
Knowing what to say and do when a child becomes angry (or highly anxious) can be difficult. One wrong move and the child’s emotions can seem to explode! The secret to de-escalation is understanding the anger cycle - the biological changes that lead to the fight-flight-or-freeze responses that are so difficult to manage in school. In this episode of…
 
Grant is joined by Caroline Graham Hansen, one of the most electric players in the women's game, to talk about her Barcelona team's rampaging 4-0 win in the UEFA Champions League final over Chelsea. Graham Hansen explains what makes Barcelona special, how she developed her style of taking on defenders, her thoughts on the Norwegian national team, a…
 
Grant has two entertaining interviews in this episode. Matthew Hoppe checks in from Germany (30:33) and shares how he experienced his big-break season with Schalke, which he ended up leading with six league goals. Hoppe, 20, also discusses what he's looking forward to in his first camp with the USMNT this week ahead of the Switzerland friendly. The…
 
When a child has a family member go into prison, the impact on their emotions (and their behaviour) can be huge. Yet there’s very little training for schools on how to support those pupils. In this episode, we interview Sara Turner from Ormiston Families, who has practical experience of supporting young people affected by imprisonment. She explains…
 
Despite the fact that I feel like I’m ‘dialed in’ to everything going on in the MI (Music Instrument) industry, sometimes I just get whacked in the head by something unexpected. I got an out-of-the-blue contact from some people in Argentina; when I started digging into https://yaeltex.com/, I was kind of blown away by what I saw – a ‘make what you …
 
In a bonus episode, Grant has two revealing interviews. Alejandro Irarragorri is the chair of Orlegi Sports, which owns Santos Laguna and Atlas of Liga MX. He discusses his successful strategies for his Mexican clubs and shares his thoughts on a potential MLS-Liga MX competition, his near-miss (so far) on buying Newcastle United and much more. Then…
 
Grant has an in-depth interview with Steven Mandis about his just-released book What Happened to the USMNT: The Ugly Truth About the Beautiful Game. Mandis, who has written previous books about the culture of Real Madrid and Italian soccer, explains his data- and interview-driven approach to studying the identity and styles of the U.S. men's nation…
 
Dwayne De Rosario, recently named to MLS's top 25 players of all time, has a new memoir out: DeRo: My Life (written with Brendan Dunlop), and the two men join Grant for an intriguing conversation about the book and how it came together. This episode of Fútbol with Grant Wahl is brought to you by Fanatiz. La Liga has the best title race in Europe, a…
 
Putting together a training programme related to behaviour and SEMH that actually makes a difference in the classroom is hard! And no one wants to invest time and money in training that won’t work. In this episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we give you a simple, 5-step process for planning out your SEMH training programme across the entire year -…
 
In a special bonus episode, Grant interviews Chelsea manager Emma Hayes ahead of Sunday's women's UEFA Champions League final, in which her team will face Barcelona. Hayes goes into detail on what makes her Chelsea team special; the challenges presented by Barcelona; why she feels like she was "born in England, made in America;" whether she's inter…
 
Grant has a fascinating conversation with Christina Unkel, a former FIFA referee and current Laws of the Game expert whose work can be seen on CBS Sports platforms and The Athletic. Unkel tells the story of how she became a referee, her highlights along the way, her switch into becoming a Laws of the Game expert for Fox Sports during its 2019 women…
 
Grant connects for a fun talk with the USWNT's Sam Mewis and Lynn Williams, who have just started a new podcast called Snacks with Just Women's Sports. The two friends (and former roommates) explain why they decided to start a podcast together, why it's important they talk about race in addition to soccer and fun stuff, how they're viewing the busy…
 
The best way to influence the behaviour of the most challenging students isn’t with with rewards or consequences - it’s through relationships. But how do you form relationships with kids who are resistant (or wary of) adults, or actively avoid engaging with teaching staff? In this episode, we interview Kevin Hewitson, an educational consultant and …
 
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