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The show that brings Christian women from all backgrounds together as award-winning authors Alana Terry and Jaime Hampton discuss what it means to be a woman of prayer in the 21st century. Whether you’re brand new to the faith or have been a believer for decades, the Praying Christian Women podcast brings you biblical encouragement and inspiration (as well as an abundance of practical tips and easy-to-implement suggestions) to deepen your prayer life. Join your hosts Alana and Jaime, whose b ...
 
The Vibrant Happy Women Podcast is for overwhelmed women who want to get off the hamster wheel and start making time for themselves (without the guilt) so they can live happy, balanced, heart-centered lives. You’ll learn from Happiness Strategist Dr. Jen Riday as she shares proven tips and tools that will help you “get your SPARKLE back” in all areas of your life, including self love, confidence, healthy boundaries, time management, parenting, marriage, health, finances, goal setting and muc ...
 
A podcast focused on allowing listeners to live marathons, triathlons, and ultra distance events through other athlete's eyes and learn from their mistakes. Terry talks with professional triathletes, age group athletes, and allows them to share their wisdom and experiences for others to learn. Some of the episodes feature winners while others highlight the DNF. Triathlon racing can be mastered by listening to and understanding others mistakes, highlights, and things that went well. Whether y ...
 
A revolution is underway in the art world, and this podcast focuses on the democratization of art. The art market is the last opaque global market out there. It is hard to break in, and a small group of people and companies are acting as gate keepers, keeping artists and collectors out. Both are looking for an opportunity to connect, buy, sell, and collaborate. Open Art Source is building the De Facto Art Blockchain. Each podcast features an interview, giving listeners an inside glimpse into ...
 
In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman Hodges and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic sports.
 
A comedy chat show hosted by award-winning comedian, author and accidental relationship guru Rosie Wilby. She and a rotating cast of her acclaimed performer pals look back at their best and worst romantic breakup stories. Tragedy plus time equals comedy, right? The Breakup Monologues was initially developed as part of a multi-platform project supported using public funding by Arts Council England. The music used in the series is Hackbeat Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creativ ...
 
Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Ajayi's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she continues ...
 
It's Never Too Late to Live a Great Life! The Other Side of 40 is a podcast to help women live a guilt free life. We focus on the epiphanies that happen to us somewhere around the age of 40 and support women making positive changes in their lives. Topics: unlearning, careers and career changing, travel, racial inequities and bias, love, sex, midlife, women over 40!
 
Chapter 3 Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast for readers of science fiction, fantasy and romance! Hosted by Bethany and a rotation of guests, Chapter 3 Podcast keeps you up to date on the latest titles in genre fiction plus topical discussions including: What is dark fantasy and why is it so appealing? How does science fiction engage with questions of humanity and personhood? What does consent in the #MeToo era look like in romance novels? And more! -Episode Structure- * On My Radar - highlighti ...
 
In an age of profound change, how must arts administrators evolve so our organizations stay relevant and thrive? It starts by asking tough questions. Erik Gensler, the President of Capacity Interactive (CI), a digital marketing consulting firm for the arts, speaks with thinkers and leaders inside and outside of the arts about leadership, marketing, organizational culture, and innovation. If you’re an arts administrator, you don’t want to miss these conversations created to spark your imagina ...
 
Over the past few years, the ONLINE COACHING industry has welcomed thousands of new recruits as new entrepreneurs seek the holy grail: to achieve passive income in their lifetime, from the comfort of their own couch. We are witnessing a GLOBAL PHENOMENON in the making, as entrepreneurs find ways to increase their income, increase their impact, and become some of the highest earning self-made magnates in the world. This is the podcast for online coaches, consultants, authors and solopreneurs ...
 
If you are a makeup enthusiast, a professional makeup artist or simply curious about the ins and out of $532B beauty industry, the Be Your Own Makeup Artist podcast is for you. Celebrity makeup artists, brand founders, leading makeup and beauty industry experts share insights and reflections on how makeup shapes our culture. Natalie Setareh is an award-winning, international makeup artist, educator, and author of the book, "Be Your Own Makeup Artist ". She is a self-proclaimed beauty industr ...
 
Music has always been something in my life that has given me a sense of community and connection to others. Have you ever listened to a song that really resonated with you and suddenly wished you could ask the artist what inspired them to write it? I have, and this podcast is a direct result of that. Each episode, I have a conversation with an amazing band/musician and chat about their life, their music, and whatever else comes up! Follow me on Instagram @friendswithmyfavoritemusicians for u ...
 
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We sat down with Robert Pinter, Jeff Poppell's first hire as the head coach of South Carolina. Pinter talked through the tough decision of leaving as the head coach and owner of Gator Swim Club but reiterated that it was the right decision for him. Getting to be a part of Poppell's vision and rebuilding at USC put's a fire in Pinter's belly, who sa…
 
We sat down with Colleen Fotsch, the swimmer turned cross-fitter turned bobsledding Olympic hopeful. If you didn't get it from the first sentence, Colleen has had a long and fruitful athletic career so far and at age 31, she's still making headway. Fotsch swam for Cal from 2009-2012, helping the Bears to NCAA titles in the 200 free relay (2012) and…
 
In a special live online episode recorded in partnership with Poplar Union, Rosie is joined by award-winning comedian, podcaster, writer and actor Sindhu Vee. They discuss the work that it takes to keep a marriage going, how she learned about addiction when her mother ran a nonprofit drug and alcohol rehab from their home, her decision not to have …
 
Olympic and World Champion distance swimming icon Katie Ledecky has the secret sauce, and it’s in the details of Stanford’s Olympic training camp. What I find most interesting is that during the pandemic Ledecky trained with teammate Simone Manuel, and often it was only the two of them, mano a mano. Image that. Team USA’s most celebrated distance s…
 
We sat down with Paul DeLakis, who recently announced his retirement to pursue a career in optometry. DeLakis took us through his whole swim career, particularly making the transition from being a high school student-athlete to a collegiate student-athlete. DeLakis offers sage wisdom to those who are about to make the plunge into college athletics …
 
We sat down with Evie Pfeifer, who announced the big news that she will be taking her 5th (and extra) year of NCAA eligibility with the Texas longhorns. Evie explained that she wants 4 NCAAs and especially after her stellar swims at this year's championships, is ready to come back and work for more. She also talks about training with the Texas free…
 
Beginning in San Francisco in 1981, the era of punk and nascent gay pride, Rebecca Solnit’s latest book Recollections of My Non-Existence (Granta) is a powerful memoir of growing both as a woman and an artist, drawing on the powers of literature, activism and solidarity in the face of an apparently unbreachable patriarchy. The struggle to find a vo…
 
This week I explore the topics of diet culture, body image, and intersectional feminism with guest, Summer Innanen. Summer is a professionally trained coach specializing in body image, self-worth, and confidence. She is the best-selling author of Body Image Remix and creator of You, On Fire – the online group coaching program dedicated to helping p…
 
Are you looking for a book that blends together great stories, leadership strategies and your love of swimming? Look no further than Take Your Mark, LEAD! 10 Ways to Lead Yourself and Others Like a Champion. With a compelling Foreword written by Bob Bowman and endorsements from top champions , Take Your Mark, LEAD! is a self-help, go-to guide for p…
 
Episode 39 Show Notes: As a Product Designer, I’m always curious about the impact the products I create have on society. In this episode, Rachel shares her journey to founding her company, Design to Combat COVID-19. Over 2000 Designers and Researchers are working together to support our communities affected by COVID-19. This episode will inspire an…
 
Terri Cole is a licensed psychotherapist and global leading expert in female empowerment. For two decades, Terri has worked with some of the world’s most well-known personalities from international pop stars to Fortune 500 CEOs. Terri has a gift for making complex psychological concepts accessible, and then actionable so that clients and students a…
 
We sat down with Andrew Seliskar, the NCAA Champion and World Champs medalist who recently signed with Speedo. We discuss Seliskar's last year leading up to this point, including competing in the ISL, backyard lifting in Berkeley, and rolling deep with the Cal bears at recent Pro Swims. Seliskar also analyzes his events at the 2021 Olympic Trials a…
 
This week, we explore a story that was seemingly very predictable. This is the first episode ever, where we cover the sibling of a CIS alum. He was aggressive, and very violent, which made him a pretty decent MMA fighter, but a terrible fit for any other situation. His constant bouts of violence, fueled by anger, and cocaine left people in fear, ri…
 
If you haven't already, grab your free scripture journal at www.prayingchristianwomen.com/journal today! This week's guest on the podcast is the amazing Bunmi Laditan, author of "Dear God: Honest Prayers to a God Who Listens". This book is filled with authentic prayers from Bunmi's journals chronicling as she puts it, "a spiritual journey from ques…
 
Hey everyone! This is Natalie Setareh, your makeup artist and beauty coach here with another episode with the lovely and delightful Cathi Singh. In today’s episode, we are going to dig deeper into Cathi’s journey into the field of makeup artistry, the ins and outs of assisting, how to create your own way, how to manage parenting with production, an…
 
We sat down with Ryan Wochomurka, the recently announced head coach for the University of Auburn's swim and dive program. Coach Wochomurka walks through how he views Auburn, his alma mater and somewhere he's been familiar with since age 17, and what he sees as the path for the Tigers moving forward. He's hoping to start announcing his staff by the …
 
We sat down with Rachel Nicol, the 2016 Olympian for Canada who has, like every other Canadian, once again been forced to wait another month for the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials. Nicol describes the exhaustion that has come with not only going through a pandemic while trying to train for the Olympics but also having their trials been pushed back tw…
 
We sat down with Terry Fritch and Kiley Wilhelm of Life Time North Carolina. Kiley recently made her Wave II Olympic Trial cut in the 100m backstroke, dropping nearly 2 seconds to go 1:00.9. Wilhelm and Fritch both give their perspective on transitioning from SwimMAC to Life Time and what training 1-on-1 during the fall of 2020 was like, particular…
 
Hey all, sorry we missed a week. In this episode, after a total redesign of the website, the retirement of the Utility Muffin Labs name (mostly), and the prep for the upcoming move, Rachel and I sat down to chat about her first experience running a Vampire: the Masquerade game. We discuss the perils of being a new ST, as well as rules use, the inti…
 
Olympic swimming champion Caeleb Dressel notched fast swims at the Mission Pro Swim, signaling he is on course for a great U.S. Olympic Trials in June: Dressel Mission Pro Swim Times: 50 free - 21.83 100 free - 48.82 (prelim swim, scratched the final to fly home early) 200 free - 1:47.57 100 fly - 51.61 In this interview Caeleb is his own worst cri…
 
Tara shares her raw view on her experience participating in a bikini competition. In this candid report, Tara talks about how she had to change her bodybuilding routine to fit the competition’s standards, and what she did to get from 13.5% body fat down to 10.5% in the 8 weeks of prep. You can learn about Tara here: taragarrison.com Instagram: coac…
 
In this episode, Brooke walks me through some of the common acting-out behaviors we see in our kids and how we can help them process their underlying emotions. She shares how moms can start doing this work for themselves and how doing this work will impact their lives. We discuss childhood anxiety, how to take ownership of our needs, and why emotio…
 
We sat down with newly minted 2021 Olympians and training partners James Guy and Tom Dean to talk about the recent British trials and the trails for British swimming to come. Guy gives us some context on his meet specifically, saying he took out the 200 fly way too hard and it took a toll on him the rest of the week, including in the 200 free final…
 
We sat down with American record holders and Paralympiac medalists McKenzie Coan and Colleen Young after having their first of two qualification meets for the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics recently in Lewisville, Texas. The two roommates (who are training together currently at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs) took us through competing at t…
 
In response to demands for increased user privacy, Apple’s iOS 14 update will make it easier for users to control how their data is shared with apps. Following suit with legislation like GDPR in Europe and CCPA in California, Apple and other tech companies are making updates that will change the entire digital marketing ecosystem as we know it. In …
 
Anthony Ervin, the oldest individual Olympic gold medalist in swimming history, emerged at the Mission Pro Swim. Honestly, I wasn't sure if he had retired or not, but I was not surprised to see him in action. We all know Anthony's different, following the warrior poet's path, racing for a higher purpose. Now, rolling into 40 years old, his age at U…
 
Already well-known for her novels – Telex from Cuba, The Flamethrowers, The Mars Room – Rachel Kushner has over the past two decades been writing essays, reviews and reportage as insightful and surprising as her fiction. In The Hard Crowd (Jonathan Cape) she has selected 19 pieces, covering diverse topics: art, literature, music, politics with essa…
 
Thinking about monetizing your strengths? What could you do well if you put your mind to it? Could you start your own brand and be successful? Of course you can! Today, we’re joined by Tracy Lamourie, publicist extraordinaire. After years of activism and advocacy, Tracy realized she was really good at promotion, social media, and telling stories ab…
 
Julie Parker is back on the show! We jump right into the deep end and talk about embracing the parts of yourself you don’t necessarily like, aka your shadow side, and why anyone would want to love their fears. Julie Parker is the Founder of The Beautiful You Coaching Academy where she passionately trains heart-centered people to become life coaches…
 
We sat down with Anthony Nesty, the newly appointed head coach for the Men's and Women's Swim/Dive teams at the University of Florida. The team was newly re-combined after Jeff Poppell left as the head women's coach for the University of South Carolina (see our conversation with Jeff here). Nesty brings a wealth of knowledge, having been on staff f…
 
Everyone loves to hate the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, but is it deserved? The oddness of authorial intent aside, there might be something to like here. Bethany is joined by YouTuber Liene’s Library for a discussion somewhat in defense of Sword of Truth. For exclusive bonus content and early access to episodes, consider joining the Cha…
 
We sat down with Duncan Scott, the Brit who's coming off a huge performance at the 2021 British Olympic Trials where he set 3 national records in the 100 free, 200 free, and 200 IM. Scott analyzes each of his races in detail, telling the audience how he executed each to a tee. Scott then zooms out to break down each of Britain's Olympic relays, wei…
 
This week, we check out someone who had the world in the palm of his hands, only to spike it to the ground, and stomp on it, with both feet. Out of nowhere, a series of arrests starts, and never stops. His crimes are almost sad, until he just keeps doing it. Friends, family, and old teammates try to help him, but their efforts fall of deaf ears, as…
 
Grab your free scripture journal at www.prayingchristianwomen.com/journal today! This week's episode of the podcast is all about prayer lessons from gardening! We both love plants, and there are so many analogies from horticulture in scripture that can be applied to our faith. Join us for a fun exploration of some of our favorite prayer lessons fro…
 
We sat down with Jeff Poppell, the recently announced new head coach of the University of South Carolina. Poppell explains why he chose to leave his post at Florida, where he'd been having success over the last 3 seasons as head coach of the women's team. Poppell wanted to stay in the SEC, but the opportunity to coach men and women was enticing and…
 
We sat down with Hollie Bonewit-Cron, head coach of the men & women's teams at the University of Miami (OH). On the men's side, the host Miami Redhawks claimed victory at the 2021 Mid-American Conference Championship, defeating the defending champions, Missouri State, who finished in 2nd place. Bonewit-Cron goes into detail about the men's season a…
 
We sat down with Terry Ganley, who recently announced her retirement from the University of Minnesota after serving as a coach for 44 years. During her tenure at Minnesota, more than 100 women’s student-athletes have earned All-America recognition, totaling 450. The Minnesota women were also a force in the late 2000s to mid 2010s, clinching Big Ten…
 
Will 5-time Olympic champion Nathan Adrian make the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team? It's a fair question. He's on the march toward his 4th U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, and I'm bullish on his performance for two reasons: Back at the 2019 World Championships, 5 months after recovering from cancer, Nathan anchored the men's 4x100 free relay with a 47.08 -- h…
 
Randy Haveson is an internationally renowned speaker, author, and life coach. He has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people around the globe over the past 30 years, and one of his books is an Amazon #1 best seller. His message is one of hope, of overcoming life’s obstacles, and becoming the best version of yourself you can be. His professional a…
 
Tune in today for an episode jam-packed with wisdom and guidance from the Boundary Boss herself. Terri shares what the different types of boundaries are, how to know which ones you need to set, and how to enforce them in your family relationships. We dive into the topic of high functioning codependency, self-love, and how setting boundaries will he…
 
British Swimming's CEO, Jack Buckner, dropped in on the SwimSwam Podcast to discuss the successes and challenges he has had to face on the run-up to this summer's Olympic Games. This interview was my first conversation with Jack. He's very likable, no-nonsense, and comfortable in his own skin--like a chief executive with experience and a world-clas…
 
In a special live online episode recorded in partnership with Poplar Union, Rosie is joined by comedian and Hoovering podcast host Jessica Fostekew. They discuss her journey along the sexuality spectrum, pansexuality, the privilege attached to coming to queerness later in life after a more heteronormative existence, how therapy helped her to break …
 
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