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The Aubrey Marcus Podcast is an illuminating conversation with mavens of mental health, relationship, health, business and spirituality. Aubrey Marcus is the founder of the human optimization and health empire Onnit, the New York Times bestselling author of Own the Day (covering the best practices for physical health and mental sovereignty) and Aubrey was one of the first public voices in support of psychedelics and psychedelic medicine in the podcast era. This podcast is unlike any other in ...
 
Directed Life is a show to help Christian creative entrepreneurs find, fund, and fulfill their callings to flip culture upside down. Hosted by Kap Chatfield (CEO at Rveal Media and director of Acts (2019)), discussions and interviews will include the topics of faith, business, entrepreneurship, leadership, creativity, content creation, digital marketing, personal growth, relationships, and how they all interconnect. For all episodes and show notes, visit thedirectedlife.com. Follow Directed ...
 
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How do we find our purpose? How can we clarify our desires? What is the right way to balance our cognition with our intuition? These questions, along with many others are answered in this incredible conversation with Chris Williamson. As the host of Modern Wisdom, Chris has such a breadth of knowledge our conversations are always wide ranging and w…
 
This week the guys recap a wild weekend in NY sports, Drury being unhappy with Panarin's playoffs, if he's asking out and explaining what was going on throughout the playoff run Then resident prospect expert Drew Way joins the Breakaway to discuss upcoming draft targets, players in the development system and more…
 
Hanging out in quarries is a Knoxville lifestyle, and the only problem is deciding between Mead's Quarry Lake at Ijams Nature Center and Augusta Quarry at Fort Dickerson Park. There's a lot to consider before choosing. Do you have kids? What's your fitness level? And, perhaps most notably, are you in the mood to party or relax? Brenna McDermott and…
 
Today I’m thrilled to have Tori Gerbig on the show. Tori runs a $140 million business selling clothing and boutique fashion over at PinkLily.com. What’s amazing about Tori’s story is that she grew up in a working-class family in Kentucky and started with nothing. She didn’t take any funding and bootstrapped her business completely from the ground u…
 
Online ministry has enabled those called to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to reach more people than ever before. 🙌 However, this new ease is twofold—it’s just as easy to spread false doctrine as it is to speak truth. As believers, we have to be more vigilant than ever before about what we consume on social media regarding the Word of God. With …
 
If we aren’t aware of what is happening to our ability to communicate on both an individual and a societal level, we are in big trouble. Expert communicator David Charalambous joins me on today’s episode to break down the psychodynamics of communication, over the past 2 years especially. David is versed in NLP, EFT, General Semantics, System Theory…
 
With Knox Mason preparing for its final day in business July 2, chef Matt Gallaher is planning to regroup and take it easy – a strategy he might have picked up while cooking for The Eagles. Gallaher joins the podcast to talk about his journey from learning chef skills at Blackberry Farm to making meals for rock stars and the Tennessee governor to o…
 
This week the guys discuss off season trade targets, possible surprise moves, Copp or Strome and more Then Grammy Winning Opera Singer John Brancy join the Breakaway to discuss his time performing at MSG, his career and other fun opera facts.By Ryan Mead and Greg Kaplan
 
Today, I have my friend Raphael Schneider on the show and he runs a successful men’s clothing brand. Now men’s clothing is one of the most challenging niches to sell into but Raphael has managed to create an impressive 7-figure high-end men’s brand over at Fort Belvedere by leveraging the power of YouTube. In fact, Raphael is so popular that I can’…
 
Being a creative is not just a personality trait, it’s a mandate from God on your life. We are created in His image—which makes us mini-creators. But the blessing of having a creative calling comes with a flip side—to be excellent in your creativity requires discipline—a practice many creatives find difficult to master. In this new episode of Direc…
 
Who are we? Where are we? What do we want? What can we do? In one of my favorite podcast experiences of all time, I ask the spiritual guru Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar these foundational questions. I should mention that I’ve been around my share of ‘gurus’ and to be honest, have been disappointed on many of these occasions. But not this time! I’ve …
 
This week the guys breakdown, then they breakdown the Kakko benching in Game 6, Gallant losing shine with the final two games of the season, exit interviews, off season moves and more. Then the guys answer a TON of 5 star and Twitter question such as who stays from the rentals, why wasn't it us, what the lines look like next year and more.…
 
In this episode, I have my friend Cody Iverson on the show. Cody is the founder of Viscap Media, an ad creative agency that works with influencers to create high converting ads. If you have been having problems with your Facebook Ads, it’s likely because you are using poor quality creatives. In this episode, Cody outlines his exact system for scali…
 
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, the brainchild of Knoxville native Ashley Capps, helped pave the way for largescale music events in the United States since its first iteration in 2002. After last year's event was canceled – not because of COVID-19, but because of weather – roads on the Bonnaroo Farm in Manchester, Tennessee, have been paved, which …
 
As coaches we heard the calling to help people better themselves through movement and fitness. One facet of the coaching process is also the mind, but there is a line we need to be mindful of when we offer suggestions, especially around mental health. On this episode we chat with Rob Feiner, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Rob works wit…
 
There is more to this world than we are taught. In today’s podcast, Norse spirituality and magic expert Kaedrich Olsen explains the nature of “entities” ranging from self-generated thought-forms to aggregations of energy that take on a life of their own. While encountering entities is a common phenomenon in altered states of consciousness, even som…
 
This week the guys discuss NYR missing a chance to steal Game 3, if Point plays at all this series, adjustments to be made for Game 4, why they are still in control of the series and why not everything is Trouba's fault Then friend of the show Fitz calls in to discuss if we should be worried or not, the continued K'Andre agenda, his thoughts on the…
 
Today I’m thrilled to have Adam Turner on the show. Adam is the CEO of Postscript, the text messaging provider I use for all of my businesses. When I first installed Postscript in my store, I was a little skeptical about sending texts to my customers. But since then, it’s become a top 5 revenue source for Bumblebee Linens. In this episode, we talk …
 
Whether you loathe the oddball design or think the Sunsphere is pure gold, there's no point in arguing facts: The big, bold and divisive structure is the undisputed icon of the Scruffy City. But let's imagine for a moment the golden ball in the sky didn't exist. What would be the icon of Knoxville? Ryan Wilusz, Calvin Mattheis and Brenna McDermott …
 
This conversation with Charles Eisenstein, author of Sacred Economics, changed the course of how I will do business forever. Instead of obscured financial mechanisms and win/lose metrics, the model of the More Beautiful World is based on voluntary reciprocity and complete transparency. Our conversation covers many of the aspects of economics in thi…
 
Social media—blessing or a curse? The same tool that is used as a blessing to connect us to people around the world can also be used to interfere with our identity and relationship with the Lord. When we’re focused on getting affirmation from our followers on social media, it can be easy to forget that we are ALREADY affirmed as children of God. 🔥 …
 
Today I have my friend Greg Meade on the show. Greg is the founder of CrossNetgame.com which is an amazingly fun game that is a combination of volleyball and four square. I have a set, my kids love it and in this episode we’re going to learn how to launch a successful game to the market. What You’ll Learn What is Cross Net and how to play How Greg …
 
Everything is better when it's free, and the Scruffy City knows how to treat its downtown residents and visitors. There's hardly ever a reason to put quarters in a parking meter with all the free parking around town. The city even has free shuttles to keep you from parking at all. And that's just scratching the surface. Visual journalist Calvin Mat…
 
On this episode we are blessed by the presence of Samm. She may or may not have demanded to be on the show, but however she got here, we had a blast. We do talk about something that doesn't get enough attention, and that's peeing while exercising. You may not know, but it's far more common than you think. Well talk about some tips and who you shoul…
 
This is an exclusive sneak peak episode from our 8 part Arkadia podcast series on aspects of The More Beautiful World. Dr. Zach Bush talks about what medicine might look like in this Protopian future. This might be the best 45 minutes of Zach Bush I’ve ever heard. If you want to hear the rest of the series which tackles 7 more domains of society, t…
 
When Marble City Market was first announced, some people believed this big-city concept could be transformational for downtown Knoxville. Others thought of food halls as nothing more than glorified food courts. The food hall has been in business roughly six months, so we decided discuss our favorite vendors, what's working, and what isn't at Marble…
 
This week the guys discuss NYR making it a series vs CAR, Igor being absolutely out of his mind good, playing their style of hockey and answer a ton of 5 star questions Then Shayna Goldman of the Too Many Men podcast joins the Breakaway to discuss the strategy and adjustments being made in the series, what lines she'd roll for Game 4, what's workin…
 
Today I’m doing a solo episode to tell you the story about why I eventually quit my $300k/year job and closed the book on my 21-year engineering career. Unlike most people, I really loved my job and the exact story of why and how I left was kind of funny. Ultimately, the reason why I quit wasn’t about the money and in this episode, I will share wit…
 
On this episode we are graced by THE _e.captures_. We talk about F1, coaching, photography and our stories of accidentally taking too much of the devils lettuce. Find Ish on Instagram: _e.captures_ As always, kick back, relax...but not TOO much, and enjoy Another REP The Hotline is OPEN! Call or text us at 530-PODCAST (763-2278) Please Rate, Review…
 
Today I have my friend Kat Norton on the show. Kat goes by the name Miss Excel on TikTok and if you are on the platform, you have probably seen her videos. Kat has over a million followers on TikTok which she has leveraged into a successful software training business in just 2 years. In this episode, you’ll learn how to create viral TikTok videos f…
 
One of these ceremonial initiations is completely life changing. Together they are world changing. Today’s episode is with the powerful medicine woman, Blu, who stacked a 4 day darkness retreat back-to-back with an ayahuasca retreat. This episode is a full disclosure trip report, detailing Blu’s time in the boundless void of darkness and then our r…
 
This week the guys discuss the entire PIT series, the refs, the game winners, game 7 and so much more. The Rangers head to Carolina for round 2. Then dear friend of the show Fitz joins the Breakaway for the 2nd week in a row to discuss the series 7 days later after a miserable episode of Blueshirts Breakaway and look ahead to the Canes, who showed …
 
There's often an interesting dynamic between Knoxville newcomers and long-time residents, who have watched their downtown-area neighborhoods transform in recent years. While this transformation is practically inevitable, there are some changes stakeholders would prefer more than others — changes that could take their neighborhood to the next level …
 
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