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Love Your Work
271. How to Be Somebody

Love Your Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 19:01


There's something I want to talk about, but frankly, I'm a little embarrassed to do so. However, I write with my former self in mind, and my former self would want to know about this. So here I go. I want to talk about how to be somebody. What do I mean by “somebody?” To be somebody is to be known for your work. To have your name synonymous – or even better, eponymous – with your accomplishments. I used to be “nobody.” Now I am “somebody.” I am known in some circles for my work. My work has led to accomplishments I'm proud of. My work and I are one. There have been many steps on my journey to becoming somebody, but if I had to pick one day, it was September 14th, 2011. That was the day my first book debuted in the top 20 on Amazon. It's hard to overstate what a massive change it was, in every aspect of my life, to overnight go from an unknown tinkerer to a “best-selling author.” The day I became somebody, my life changed. The benefits of being somebody Being somebody comes with some benefits. Here they are: Career success: This the best reason to become somebody. Name recognition helps you make money for the work you do. The money for the work you do helps you do more of that work. But career success can come in other forms. Being somebody has meant that I've gotten speaking invitations all over the world. Thanks to the ones I've been able to accept, I've spoken all over the U.S., and in eight countries. Respect: When I became somebody, everyone started to show me more respect. Introductions went from, “This is David, he is weird and I'm not sure what he does” to “This is David, he's a famous author.” (Prior to becoming somebody, I was introduced by a well-known Chicago entrepreneur – right in front of my face – as a “malingerer.”) When I became somebody, my idiosyncrasies and lifestyle choices suddenly weren't viewed as odd. Instead, they were seen as something you would expect from a creative person who is somebody. Connections: Because I am somebody, I can make connections with other somebodies. If I'm interested in the work of another somebody, I can reach out to that person, and they will generally respond. Or, I can ask for an introduction from another somebody. I'm rarely more than a degree or two away from the somebody I want to meet. This is how I managed to interview many somebodies I admire for my podcast, such as Adam Conover, Elise Baurer, David Allen, James Altucher, Seth Godin, and many more. Dating prospects: When I became somebody, my dating prospects improved immediately. This admittedly has downsides, because you don't want to be with anyone who wants to be with you because you're somebody. And if you think being somebody entitles you to love you'll become a horrible person. But being somebody serves as a signal that you're trustworthy. Even though, in recent years, many much-bigger somebodies have turned out to not be trustworthy, the social proof that your accomplishments have gained you name recognition counts for a lot in at least getting someone to acknowledge you as a potential mate. Random perks: I'm only known for my work in small circles, but that doesn't prevent me from being “somebody” outside those circles. I don't flaunt my somebody-ness, but people Google. Oh, do they Google. There have been many situations where someone has discovered I was somebody, because they Googled me, and then they commented on it. Which means there have been many other situations where they didn't admit to it. This improves your prospects in a variety of situations. Sometimes that's intangible, but I know it once at least helped me rent an apartment for a couple months during a mini life. Being somebody isn't all upsides. I'll get to more of the downsides later. But if you want to become somebody, how do you do that? Why do you want to become somebody? Before you try to become somebody, ask yourself why you want to become somebody. This can be a hard question to ask and it gets to the heart of why I'm a little embarrassed to even be talking about this. American culture is driven by people desperate to become somebody, but it's unfashionable to openly admit it's something you want. What do you want out of being somebody? If you want to become somebody, ask yourself what you expect to get out of it. It might not even be necessary to become somebody to get those things. The best reason to become somebody is to get paid to do what you love, so you can do it more. Being somebody is a job requirement behind many creative professions, such as an author, musician, or entertainer. It's hard to substitute the benefits of being somebody in these cases. But if you want respect, or for various parts of life to become easier, there are other ways to get those things. For example, you can make connections with somebodies simply by being more outgoing and intentional. A dirty little secret about the benefits I mentioned earlier is that much of the value of becoming somebody doesn't come from being somebody in the eyes of other people. Much of it comes from being somebody in the eyes of yourself. If you want to be somebody, and you feel you are not, you will have little confidence. If you don't want to be somebody in the first place, nothing stands in the way of your confidence. And confidence is a big part of success. What are the downsides of becoming somebody? Being somebody comes with downsides and risks, and you should have these in mind if you're going to try to become somebody. I think I have about the right amount of somebody-ness. The vast majority of people have no idea who I am. A small circle of people respects what I do, and when I meet them, they are always interesting and nice people. As of yet, I have few vocal haters. I am not enough of a somebody to frequently be recognized in public, outside of industry conferences. (One time in my life, I was recognized in a gym, and that went just fine.) I'm not enough of a somebody for it to impede my daily life, such that I would have to be wary of going to public places, or worse yet, followed by paparazzi. I would see those as downsides. The main risk of being somebody is reputational damage, known today in its most-extreme form as being “cancelled.” For many professions, reputational damage can be devastating, but mostly only if your career depends upon others risking their reputations by working with you. If you are an actor, comedian, and perhaps a musician, if your reputation is damaged, you may have trouble getting work. If you are an author, you have to be pretty heinous to have a publisher drop you. If you are a self-published author, you'd have to be even worse. If anything, an author should be so lucky to be “cancelled” (considering it's for an unfair reason). You'd have to be pretty successful to even qualify to be cancelled, and you'd sell even more books. The best way for someone to prevent being cancelled is to not do awful things. But “tall poppy syndrome” does exist. People may want to cut you down just because you are somebody, because they would benefit by doing so, or other reasons that are beyond your control. Even if the majority of reasonable people are on your side, there are a lot of psychopaths in the world who could make your life hell, and being somebody likely increases the chances of that. Should you become a pseudonymous somebody? More and more people are becoming pseudonymous somebodies, in what Balaji Srinivasan calls “the pseudonymous economy.” Depending on what work you do, you can build a reputation for that work without anyone laying eyes on you or your real name. So, you can reap the career benefits of being somebody, without the personal risks of reputational damage. If your pseudonym's reputation is damaged, you still lose those career benefits, but hopefully your true identity is still safe. You won't get the public-facing benefits of being somebody, but you might get the boost in your self-perception that comes along with doing work good enough to be recognized. You can also work under a pseudonym without remaining totally anonymous. In other words, people might recognize your face, but not know your real name. This way, you get some of the public-facing benefits, but prevent your privacy from being violated. I have no idea what Tynan's real name is, and I don't need to know. If I could start over, I would write under a pseudonym, but probably still show my face. A big benefit of pseudonyms is you can improve your chances of becoming somebody by making your name easier to remember, and perhaps even associated with the area in which you work. Joanna Penn uses her real name, which would have been a perfectly-chosen pseudonym, since she writes about writing. I can't help but wonder if some of the success of authors such as James Clear, Ryan Holiday, and Mark Manson can be attributed to their memorable and easy-to-spell names. So many entertainers work under “stage names”, it feels silly to even present an example, but Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson. Are you trying to fill a hole in your heart? The older I get, the less I care about being somebody. I want to be somebody to the extent that it helps me sell more books, so I can write more books. But when I was nobody, I wanted very badly to become somebody. I may think I don't care about being somebody, in part because I've gotten used to being somebody. It's the “water,” that I, a fish, swim in. Some of it may be that being somebody isn't quite as amazing as I had expected it to be when I was nobody (though it's still good). But I have to admit – and this is part of where my embarrassment comes from – I to some extent wanted to become somebody to fill a hole in my heart. If you don't have enough love in your life, you may search for it in becoming somebody. There are many examples of celebrities who had absent or abusive parents or traumatic upbringings, though I don't know for sure if that comes out to a higher rate than the rest of the population. I would guess many of them wanted to become celebrities to fill holes in their hearts. Wanting to become somebody because you have a hole in your heart can be great motivational fuel. It can be, like I talked about in The Heart to Start, That Which Pulls You Through. But becoming somebody will not fill that hole. I feel bad for celebrities I see who are constantly in the news, acting out in destructive ways. I hope they're just playing the “there's no such thing as bad publicity” game, but what I fear is happening to them is they wanted to become somebodies to fill holes in their hearts. They became somebodies, but still had those holes, and now they keep throwing everything and everyone in their abundant lives into those holes – which are really endless pits of despair. Go ahead and use the hole in your heart to motivate you, but once you achieve somebody status, you better figure out how to fill that hole – because becoming somebody won't do it. Better yet, get therapy and work on yourself while you achieve somebody status. I hate to give people the wrong idea, but becoming somebody does at least help to fill the hole in your heart. It helps you skip levels on Maslow's Hierarchy: by achieving self-actualization through your art, you're better equipped to backfill the lower levels of the hierarchy, such as a sense of belonging. It's a lot easier to feel like you belong in the world when people respect you more, and when the sacrifices you've made and the work you've put in for years on end lead to success, and aren't what you fear they are: the desperate thrashings of a drowning lunatic. But that's as far as it goes. Beware the somebody cycle I feel bad for big celebrities because I think they've probably experienced what I'll call “the somebody cycle.” I only lightly experienced this myself, but fortunately escaped being sucked in by the maelstrom (perhaps, thankfully, because I didn't become a big enough somebody to make that maelstrom too powerful to escape). Here's how the somebody cycle works: You want to become somebody to fill a hole in your heart You work hard, and nobody recognizes your work, for years on end You think to yourself, “I'll show them,” and work even harder Your hard work (and luck) leads to you becoming somebody Suddenly you get more respect, and people want to be near you People want to be near you, in part, because you have more respect for yourself. So you may interpret even normal behavior from others as a higher level of respect. You think to yourself, “Where the hell were these people when I was nobody?” You get suspicious of people who want to be near you. They're only “using” you. You become awful to be around The only people who still want to be around you are the ones who want to be around “somebody.” They don't actually respect you or your work. Your suspicions turn out to be true. The world is full of blood-sucking leeches who only want to use you. Repeat steps 8–11 until you die of a drug overdose Sounds awful, right? I think it's still possible to become somebody, and not get sucked in by the somebody cycle. Stick to the principles of becoming somebody. The principles of becoming somebody If you want fewer of the downsides of being somebody, and more of the upsides, make sure you're becoming somebody for the right reasons. Here are four principles to follow on your quest to become somebody. 1. Be curious and passionate By far, the greatest benefit of being somebody is you get paid to do what interests you, and you get to do it more. But success can be a trap. If you become somebody doing something that interests you, the world will expect you to keep following that thing. But what made you successful might not have been your passion for that exact subject, but rather the process of discovery. My first book was about design. I quickly became known as the design guy. I stuck with that for a while, but became less and less interested in design. I've since embraced that what I'm actually curious about changes. The passion that actually drives me is the process of getting really curious about a subject, and digging into it, then sharing what I've learned. I could still be juicing the design thing, but I wouldn't be happy. Keep asking yourself if you're truly curious about your work, and whether you feel passionate about the process you're following. If not, change something. 2. Do great work You can let your desire to become somebody drive you to work hard, but the ultimate goal must not be to become somebody, but rather to do great work. Somebodies are attracted to other people who are curious and passionate about what they do, and who do good work. 3. Play the long game Jon Bokenkamp, creator of NBC's The Blacklist, has been on this show, on episode 93. How did I land him as a guest? When I was nobody, and Jon was less of a somebody than he is now, Jon emailed me out of the blue. He liked some design work I had posted online, and wanted to know if he could use it. I did him a favor, and more than a decade later, he returned the favor by being on my podcast. In the meantime, he had created one of the biggest shows in primetime television. From the time we first met, we were both curious and passionate people, trying to do good work. If you stick with being curious, passionate, and doing good work, you'll be surrounded by many future somebodies. Everyone else is looking for the closest sure win. Play the long game, and you'll become somebody. 4. Understand media Naval Ravikant says there are three kinds of leverage: you can have lots of capital, you can manage labor, or you can be savvy with media. The books and articles we read, the social media channels we consume, and the videos we watch, are just some of the media that shapes what we assume to be reality. This is easy to miss, because media is the “water” that we, the fish, swim in. It's possible to get lucky and become somebody without understanding media, but it's a lot easier if you do understand media. Pay close attention to how the somebodies you admire use media to increase their exposure, and shape how others see them. I've written summaries of a few classic media-theory books: The Image, Amusing Ourselves to Death, and – the best book for understanding media – Marshall McLuhan's Understanding Media. Go forth and become somebody I feel much better now, having shared that. I risked reputational damage by coming off as self-obsessed, but I think my former self would have appreciated reading this. If you feel you have something to offer the world, and would like to be recognized for it, go forth and become somebody! But remember to make it about enjoying the process, and doing work you can be proud of. Image: Evening Shows, Paul Klee Mind Management, Not Time Management now in hardcover! Mind Management, Not Time Management has now sold 10,000 copies! Order your hardcover "souvenir" from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your favorite bookstore. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. Follow David on: Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Love Your Work Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher YouTube RSS Email Support the show on Patreon Put your money where your mind is. Patreon lets you support independent creators like me. Support now on Patreon »     Show notes: http://kadavy.net/blog/posts/how-to-be-somebody/

Conscious Creators Show — Make A Life Through Your Art Without Selling Your Soul

Warning: This audio episode contains material that may be disturbing or traumatizing to some audience Fear is unconscious. It's insidious. It's silent. Fear knows everything we know. It knows every book we've read and knows everything we've ever done and uses against us to keep us safe. Although you can transcend fear, you can master it, but you can't eliminate it. This week Sachit (@sachitgupta) chats with Life Coach and Best Selling Author Rhonda Britten(@rhondabritten). Rhonda is the founder and CEO of Fearless Living Institue. She is also an Emmy Award Winner and a repeat Oprah Guest. In this conversation, they discuss how fame has two sides, what is fear and tools to transcend the fear. Find the show notes of the episode here - https://www.creators.show About Rhonda Britten An Emmy-Award winner and repeat Oprah guest, Rhonda was the first Life Coach on reality television in the world on the first show of its kind, Life Doctor (Second Season the series name was changed to Help Me Rhonda). Next, Rhonda changed lives on the hit NBC reality show Starting Over and named its “most valuable player” by The New York Times and heralded as “America's Favorite Life Coach” by TV Guide. To date, Rhonda has altered lives in over 600 episodes of reality television that aired in more than 25 countries and impacted millions worldwide. Rhonda is a recipient of the “Smart Women of the Year” Award, “Coach of the Year,” a blog favorite at HuffingtonPost.com, speaks at TedX and for numerous corporations and organizations such as; Southwest Airlines, Blue Shield of California, Northrup Grumman, and many more. Follow our host, Sachit Gupta on Twitter and sign up for the Creators Collective Newsletter. Do you want to learn how to make a living as a creator? Check out the CreatorsMBA. Resources mentioned: Fearless Living Training Program - Rhonda Britten Fearless Living: Live Without Excuses and Love Without Regret - Rhonda Britten 11 Reasons Not to Become Famous by Tim Ferriss Show Notes: 01:03 - Why Fear? 08:16 - How fear is stopping you from achieving your full potential as a creator 09:29 - The experience of winning an Emmy and going on Oprah 12:56 - The dark side of fame 16:25 - The positive side of fame 19:39 - How Rhonda re-built herself after TV 23:00 - What is Fear? 25:43 - How to know whether you're driven by fear or not 28:09 - Is fear about the unknown and how to prepare for it 32:29 - The journey of “Who Am I” 35:17 - The burden of unrealistic expectations on yourself 37:57 - The wheel of fear - a tool to help you transcend your fears 45:18 - How fear evolves as you evolve 50:30 - Other tools to help you deal with fear

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Miss America Emma Broyles Puts Spotlight on Neurodiversity

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 22:14


Emma Broyles is from Anchorage, Alaska, and currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona to continue her studies in biomedical sciences and vocal performance at Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University. Having dermatillomania and acne herself along with a strong passion for helping others, she chose to study biomedical sciences as a preliminary degree to medical school with the goal of becoming a dermatologist. Not only is Emma the 100th Anniversary Miss America, she represents the Korean American community as the first Korean-American to earn the job of Miss America. Emma has earned over $110,000 in scholarships as a local candidate, Miss Alaska's Outstanding Teen, Miss Alaska, and Miss America to further her educational goals. In addition to her social impact initiative, Building Community through Special Olympics, Emma also speaks of having ADHD, which she calls her "super power." Today we ask how her neurodiversity has helped her career, why it is that girls and women are not as often diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and how she stays on time and on track! We are lucky and grateful to visit with this impressive young woman. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Miss America Emma Broyles discuss:   2:10 - Intro and welcome Emma Broyles!! 2:58 - You were public about being ADHD/ADD when you were competing! That's amazing! What's your backstory, when were you diagnosed, tell us everything?!  3:27 - On how women typically go undiagnosed and how her story is still not unusual 7:45 - Ref interview: The One with the ADHD PhD, Featuring Rachel Cotton  8:38 - Why do you think it's a less often diagnosis in women or girls?  10:21 - On challenging the stereotype of “No way, you're not ADD or ADHD!?” 10:48 - Do you think that ADHD/ADD played a formidable role in your competition and successes and if so, how beneficial or negative? 14:10 - How has your experience been in AZ as opposed to NYC, or growing up in Alaska? 15:38 - How did your scheduling go growing up? How did you keep school and extra-curricular going? 17:40 - Tell us about what your favorite sort of tricks or hacks are that make your life work as well as it does with ADD?  Ref: Time Blindness Check out our interview w/ Rene Brooks  19:32- How can people find more about you? @EmmaBroyles_ at INSTA and the Miss America is @MissAmerica on INSTA YouTube FB and Twitter or via the website and via email: Appearances@MissAmerica.org  20:35 - Thank you Emma! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  21:28 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT:  — I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening!  Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! —  Hey, everyone. Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. My name is Peter Shankman. I am thrilled that you're here. It is a grey gross, disgusting Monday morning here. Actually. No, now it's Monday afternoon here in New York city. Uh, it was snowing all night and then turned into rain around 4:00 AM. Just around the time. You're like, oh, they're gonna cancel. No, they're not now. It's just rainy and gross. So either. We have someone here who's going to brighten up our day and say, oh, and the flowers and sunshine, and very excited for that. Introducing Emma Broyles, Emma is miss America, 2022. And you know, you say, oh, it was America And that's usually like a euphemism for something, but no, she's really miss America. She was miss Alaska and now she's miss America. And, and she won. And that is the coolest thing ever. And I have a miss America on my podcast, which I think is awesome. The last miss America I met was I think in 2015 at a conference. I was the keynote speaker and she spoke right after me. And I remember meeting her right before she went on stage and she said, well, thanks. Now, now they're now they're hysterical and they think I'm going to be funny. I'm not funny. And that, that was not cool. And I'm like, I'm really sorry that you have to do that.  So Emma welcome to Faster Than Normal. I'm gonna try not to be funny.  Thank you so much for having me.  It's great to have you here. So, uh, Emma, you are ADHD, which, and you were public about that. When you were on stage and when you were competing. So, I mean, that's amazing in itself. It's, it's amazing that we're at the point where we're talking about that and we're talking about it on a national stage and that's, you know, that's been the whole purpose of Faster Than Normal from the very beginning. And I as she had mentioned, she said she was familiar with my podcast before we talked. So that just makes me sooo happy. But, um, so tell us, tell us about your background. Tell us about your, your history. Um, growing up as a kid, when were you diagnosed the whole, the whole thing.  Yeah. You know, so this was kind of something that I talked about on stage during my onstage question was the fact that women tend to go undiagnosed with ADD or ADHD. And that was the case for me. I, you know, I grew up kind of as somewhat of a quiet kid, right. I would sit in the back of a class and. Oh, I, I, everything that I would be, um, you know, I'd be pinching myself, trying to get myself to focus. Right. But no matter what, I would sit through a lecture, I would sit through a class and then by the end of it, I would realize I have no idea what this professor or teacher just said to me, everything just goes in one ear and out the other, and it was so frustrating because then I would go at home attempting to do the homework at night. Right. And my peers would finish it during lunch. They'd finish it during the class period. And I'd sit there having to reteach the entire unit to myself. And so it took me about three times the amount of time that it took for any other student to finish my homework to  like in, in, in like primary school, high school, things like that?  Yeah, exactly. And it was so frustrating and I didn't really realize why I honestly, I thought that maybe I was just slow. I thought maybe I was just not as smart as the kids around me. And so it was something that was a big insecurity for me. And so I kind of did my best to overcompensate. So I had these long, so every morning I would plan out my morning before school, I'd say, okay, 6:55. I wake up by seven o'clock I'm in the bathroom, brushing my teeth by 7:10, you know? So it was down to the minute. That's why nobody would have known that I had ADD, right. I was the president of national honor society. I graduated with honors. I then went into, um, uh, bear at the honors college at ASU and nobody would have ever guessed, right. Like I, I had this busy life and it seemed like I was doing great, but it was all before. Um, the time that I had to put in behind the scenes just to be at the same level as my peers. And then finally, when COVID hit, COVID hit when I was a sophomore in college. Um, and I just remember being in my dorm, trying to do online learning, and it was so hard for me and my, my grades were just tanking and that was the first for me. I had usually been pretty much a straight A student with a B here or there, but all of a sudden I was flunking all of my tests. And I remember talking to some of my friends who also have ADD and they were telling me about one of my best friends actually, she got diagnosed during our freshman year of college and she was telling me about her symptoms and about what her medication did for her. And I was listening, sitting there, listening to her. Oh, my gosh, like that sounds exactly like me. So I go online. I did some research about ADD, ADHD in women and how it typically goes undiagnosed. And I went ahead and I scheduled an appointment, um, with a doctor here in Arizona and I ended up getting diagnosed and we tried some different variations of dosage for medication and all of a sudden it was like the blinds had been taken off of my eyes and it was so funny cause everything just flipped around for me. And that, that next semester I got straight A's I think I got all close to a hundred percent in all of my classes for the first time ever taking, you know, 21 credits and working two jobs. And all of a sudden it was like what the heck, this whole time, I could have just been taking medication and sailing through life. So it was, it was great in a way, in the way, in the sense that it, um, it made. Feel really hopeful for the future, because I was really nervous about medical school. I was like, oh my gosh. You know, if I'm already putting in this much effort for my undergraduate degree, how am I going to last in medical school? But at the same time, it was really frustrating to think that I didn't realize, and that I didn't go and get diagnosed in high school or in middle school..Uh, I don't know, you know, I don't know what it was like for you, but, um, I'm sure a lot of people listening can kind of resonate with the story that it's so frustrating thinking about how much time you spent being frustrated with yourself and frustrated with your abilities feeling like you weren't good enough. Um, but yeah, that's kinda my story.  I mean, you know, imagine doing that in the seventies, eighties, when ADHD wasn't a thing.  Yeah, I can't imagine.  It was just the sit down, you're disrupting the class disease, um, it's funny. Your story has a lot of similarities to someone we had on the podcast very early on, um, a PhD now, a, a doctor and she got her PhD. Uh, during the time she was on a podcast called re uh, named Rachel Cotton [[The One with the ADHD PhD, Featuring Rachel Cotton]] and she got her PhD in neuroscience, uh, epidemiology. Basically she's the one, uh, who, uh, everyone on Facebook thinks they know more than about COVID. Um, but she's actually a, actually a doctor in this and she was saying very similar things to you, but, you know, she, she was, uh, uh, made the Dean's list at Notre Dame and, and, and went to Harvard for her PhD and all this. And yet she was mainlining like caffeine pills and, and, you know, sleeping like four hours a night and all the stuff, because she didn't, um, she also wasn't diagnosed. And as soon as she got diagnosed, everything. Right. So, so there's definitely, um, why do you think it is a lesser diagnosis in women? Do you think it's that it's that women or girls at that point when they're younger are not getting diagnosed because they're not, they're not able to articulate what's going on or is it just that it's not thought of as something that could affect women as well? Yeah. You know, I think that I've read a lot of articles about this, and it's really interesting how hyperactivity and a lot of women who have ADD hyperactivity is just now part of the diagnosis. Right? And so when you're in a classroom, right, when a teacher would spot a little boy running laps around the class, she said, something's wrong with this boy? You know, he can't focus. He's tapping his pen, he's distracting his other classmates. Like this is an issue, not just for him, but for the other classmates. So he needs to go get diagnosed. He needs to see a doctor, but for girls, it's more of this kind of, and this was the same thing. Same thing for me is that it's kind of like the day dreamer kind of a thing where, you know, You're looking right at the teacher and it looks like you're, um, you're totally focused, you're totally zoned in, but there's a whole nother world going on in that brain. And I think that's typically why it goes undiagnosed is because nobody would know except for that person, and typically, especially cause we don't talk about ADD or ADHD that often. And so girls don't know what it is. They don't know that there's something wrong with them, they just think that, oh, maybe I'm just. Smart. I dunno. I dunno. Maybe, maybe I'm just really lazy, you know, and I think that's one of the main reasons why girls tend to go undiagnosed, but, um, yeah, it's difficult. It's difficult because everyone that I talked to after I got diagnosed, they would say no way. And it just frustrating, you know, to have people doubt you and doubt your diagnosis saying no way you don't have ADHD, you don't have ADHD. I don't believe it. You're always, you know, you're so smart. You always do really well. School, like, how could you have add? And it's like, come on guys. Really, really?  I remember a girlfriend of mine once I said, I said, yeah, you know, she said: Oh well just focus more!” Oh, screw me, that's all it is!? Sorry! No, no medication, no nothing, you're right, here we go. All right, I'll do it! Tell me about, so you've been performing and, and I guess, uh, acting and pageants and all that for obviously for years. Um, it's not something you just wake up one day and say, okay, I'm going to go compete miss American's afternoon. So obviously it's something you've been doing for years. Um, do you think that ADHD played a role in, or ADD played a role in that at all? And if so, how beneficial or negative or..  Yeah. So, you know, I really, the hyper activity or not the hyper activity, the, um, the ability of somebody who has add or ADHD to kind of hyper-focus on something is such an incredible, it's such an incredible tool, imo. Um, I, I honestly think that it's why I got so into music at such a young age is because it was something that I felt like I understood, whereas school, sometimes I felt like I didn't know what was going on, but in my music lessons, I had no problem focusing because it was something that I just absolutely loved and adored. Um, and so it was like every single one of my senses was just completely tuned in to what I was doing and what I was singing. Um, you know, paying attention to the breath support and the lyrics, and you know, everything. So I think that being able to hyper-focus on something is absolutely what I call a super power I think; in so many different ways. And now that I'm in college, especially now that I'm studying things that I actually am interested in. I especially liked my psychology courses, but, um, you know, I would sit there and read my psychology textbook for hours on end and just be completely indulged because it's just be completely indulged because when you find something that you're passionate about. Your brain, just zeros in on that thing. And, um, it's, it's just, it's crazy. I think it's a crazy superpower that people with ADHD have. And I think that, especially with music, um, singing in a lot of people don't have this ability to be singing in a choir, right. Because you have to tune out all the other voices that are going on around you, but when you kind of hyper-focused on your own voice and your own part, it's so easy to just block out the rest of the things that are going on there rest of the instruments that are playing that people were singing. Um, so I think that it's especially interesting seeing all the people who have add or ADHD in me. It's funny, you mentioned that, I mean, I went to high school for performing arts, the Fame school, and I have 22 years classical vocal training under my belt. Wow. I come from an opera, jazz and showtunes background. So I, people never talk about that. But, um, I mean, I was performing Gilbert and Sullivan, uh in high school and what you're saying, I mean, I was captain Cochran at HMS Pinafore, and that was the only thing I focused on for three months until the show. And then every day after, because that was literally all I saw, um, at the expense of every other class I was taking. But you know, it, it, it becomes that when we love it, we don't need to worry about what's distracting us because we're not focused on it when we love it. Our brains are producing enough serotonin, adrenaline, and dopamine to allow us to focus. It's the things we don't love when our body doesn't produce enough of so we're constantly looking around for something to get us back into focus. So that speaks well, that speaks volumes. And was it, was it different? I don't, I don't know much about Alaska is one of the two states in, in my world. I have not visited Alaska and South Dakota are the two states that are not Alaska and North Dakota the two states had yet to visit, um, was it was growing up in, I mean, you know, this was growing up in Alaska and going to high school and I was, cause at school has a different world than what say someone would experience. I mean, I'm, I'm assuming you grew up in a city part of it, you know, but is it, is it still different comparatives, like a New York or an LA or something like that? What are you finding now that you're in Arizona and things like that?  Ooh, you know, honestly the biggest difference, which this doesn't really mean anything is. 'cause when we would go to school in Alaska, right? The sun doesn't come up till 10:30 AM. So you'd go to school and it would be pitch black. And then you sit through your first three periods of the day and it'd be pitch black. And then finally the sun would come up and then by the time you're out of school, if you go to practice, you know, I'd go to swim practice, and then I'd come out and then it'd be dark again. And then I'd go home and it's pitch black. But I noticed it was a lot easier. I feel like it's a lot easier to focus when you go to school. And because I go to school in Arizona now it's nice and bright and sunny. I feel like it just. Allows you to focus a little more and puts you in a better mood. Yeah. Yeah. But in terms of the education system, I would, I'll ask. I have a pretty great education system. I haven't really noticed any big differences between Alaska versus any other school, any other states in their schools, but, um, um, I would say that going to school when it's sunny out makes it easier.  It was funny. I was in Iceland last month and you know, we landed, our flight landed at 5:00 AM. Uh, it's a red eye and you get there and you're okay. And you know, you're in town by like 7:30 in the morning. It's pitch black, nothing. Right. And you know, you're walking around. You're like, oh, there will be light soon, but actually no it won't, it's like three hours from now! So that happens. It was definitely a wake up call. Um, tell me about some of your extracurricular activities. So, you know swim team and things like that. Um, were you able to, how was your scheduling growing up and like as a young adult, were you able to schedule you know, waking up at 6:55 and being in the bathroom, I suddenly am. And it was, it, was it difficult to, to schedule things and to keep to those schedules when you were doing like extracurricular versus school versus out of school, everything like that? Yeah. You know, I think another big part ADD, and ADHD is um, when you've got homework, right or when you've got a project, when you've got something to do, it's so hard to sit down and get yourself to do it. Right. So I would come home after swim practice and it would be like 4:30, right. Then I'd go eat dinner by the time it's like 5:30 and sometimes I would have, you know, volunteering or I dunno, Musical practice or voice lessons. And there were some late nights and then I would sit there with my homework and I wouldn't start some nights until like midnight or 1:00 AM. And I was like, great. I need to get up at 6:55 tomorrow morning, but here we are. And. You know, it was, it was, so it was so difficult, but I did notice that, you know, once I got medicated, all of a sudden it was that much easier to start a project, to start my homework, to start the things that I had been dreading but, um, I think kind of the biggest struggle with my schedule was actually getting myself to sit down and do the things that I needed to do. Most times I would sit down, get the pencil in my hand, have the homework in front of me, and then I'd be like alright, let; s go on my phone  okay, Yeah, I think that was my biggest roadblock in terms of, um, being productive and getting things done on time. But, you know, I also had this just like huge fear of being late or turning in assignments on time. So I did, I would always pull it off at the last minute. I always did it, but, um, But it's just so hard to get started.  Couple of more questions that I want to be respectful of your time. Um, tell us about what your favorite sort of tricks or hacks are, um, that make your life work as well as it does with ADD? Yeah. So one of the main things that I obviously had already told you was, um, scheduling out my mornings to a T, especially if I have an event, or I know that I have to do my hair and makeup. I've got to get the crown on and I've thought Uber there, I've got to drive there. Um, even down to like, okay, actually I have to allot time for myself. Cause right. Sometimes I'll get up in the more I'll sit in my bed for 10 minutes before I get out. So I got to give myself those 10 minutes and my schedule, and then I got to get out and give myself 5 minutes for brushing my teeth. Cause I don't remember how long it takes to do this and that and go get the toothpaste. but, um, another one of the big things that people, you know, I'm sure you, you know, the, with ADD and ADHD is this idea of time blindness and that's one of the worst things for me. And so something that I'll do in the mornings, especially if I wake up a little bit late is also. Like a 5 minute timer on my phone that'll go off every 5 minutes just so I can keep track of myself. And I always wear a watch because if I don't wear a watch, 4 hours could pass and I'll make it two seconds. Right. But I'm always checking my watch. I'm always keeping an eye on the time. And, um, I'm always setting, setting short little alarms that go off every five minutes or every 10 minutes an hour usually if I'm spending the whole day studying. Just to kind of check in with myself and say, okay, here's the time. Here's how much longer I have, but that's probably one of the biggest things that has helped me, and I still do that every single morning.  Really, really smart. Really.. that's a really good idea about the alarms every 5 minutes, just to sort of keep you in the zone because it's very true. I mean, and especially with what I love, my favorite, my favorite time in the world is knowing that I have nothing to do for the day and okay. I can just sit. No, I don't have this and that. I can sit and read a book. I can sit down. I don't have to worry about this or that. It doesn't matter. Um, tell us how people can find you, what are your social handles, if any, and how can people follow you and, and, and learn more about you? So your schedules where you're going to be upcoming and all that. [[SEE ABOVE]] Yeah. So people, my personal Instagram is Emma Broyles, Emma bro, Y L E S underscore, and then the miss America, Instagram, which is where all of my events and all of my, um, All of my appearances go are, that's going to be at miss America and then on the miss America, Instagram, and this is also the same for Facebook. You just can search with America, um, and Twitter, but, and there's a link in the bio of the miss America, Instagram, and I think there's somewhere on there where you can email info@missamerica.org. If you ever have a request for an appeal. And interview or what have you. Um, and then all types of information is in that, that bio as well. So I think my personal bio was there in the, on the website. Um, but yeah. Yeah. That's how you can find me on social media.  I cannot thank you enough for taking the time out of what I'm sure is a crazy schedule. Uh, even though it's Arizona, it's a gorgeous day there. I hope you're enjoying it. Emmy Broyles Thank you so much for making the time to come on Faster Than Normal; I know it's gonna be a phenomenal interview when it goes live. We really appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. This is really, really great. All right. Stick around for a second. Guys. You've listened to Faster Than Normal. If you like what you heard, drop us a review. If you have a guest, uh, Emma came to us by a suggestion so that it does work! So if you have a suggestion, pick anyone you want to. Let us know, and we will get them.. we will work our butts off to get them on the podcast. Um, you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all the socials. Our producer is Steven Byrom, he does an amazing job, give him a shout. [thanks Peter! I'm for hire! @stevenbyrom on Twitter and also via www.byroMMusic.com We will see you next week with a brand new interview. Thank you for listening. And remember that any form of neuro-diversity is different. Different is good. It is a gift. It is not a curse. We will see you next week. Thanks for listening. — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

Loop Logic Podcast
LLP Ep. 93- B4 The Fame

Loop Logic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 57:57


On this episode, I sit down with LaCross Rozaray aka Cross for the first time in a deep discussion. Talking about his hometown of Miami in comparison to the Central Florida area, how Central Florida is a powerhouse for music, writing his first lyrics in 3rd grade, new rock album on the way and more Get all of your podcast content, social media, merch, videos and more at www.looplogicpod.com Follow Cross on Instagram @lacrossrozaray and follow him on Soundcloud at "Cross"

Still Spinning - Steven Celi
YOU are a Multi-Talented Pro Level Artist! | The New Age of Success Paradigm

Still Spinning - Steven Celi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 19:10


What does it mean to be successful? What is FREEDOM?The days of mastering one thing are over. We have too many resources, too much time to put all our eggs in one basket. We have access and insight from experts in all fields at any time. I couldn't be more excited for the future! I hope you take this opportunity to find your expression and raise your vibration!!

The Current Era Podcast
Hypothetical Questions: Money, Fame and Power

The Current Era Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 52:23


Mondy and Jesse join the pod

The Rough Cut
tick, tick...Boom!

The Rough Cut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 67:07


Editors - Andrew Weisblum ACE and Myron Kerstein ACE tick, tick...Boom! editors Andy Weisblum and Myron Kerstein merged their considerable talents to bring Lin-Manuel Miranda's directorial debut to life....but not at the same time.  While Weisblum began the project, COVID-related delays and a prior commitment to another film meant that Andy would not be able to finish the film.  Fortunately for Miranda, he had to look no further than the cutting room of his film IN THE HEIGHTS.   With that, Myron Kerstein was brought in to lend his storytelling skills to the project and bring "TTB" home. ANDREW WEISBLUM ACE Aside from his rich body of work with Wes Anderson, Andy is also a frequent collaborator with director Darren Aronofsky.  In addition to his Oscar®-nominated work on Aronofsky's BLACK SWAN (2010), Andy also collaborated with him on THE FOUNTAIN (2006), BROKEN ENGLISH (2007), THE WRESTLER (2008), NOAH (2014) and MOTHER! (2017).  The two are currently at work on Aronofsky's next film, THE WHALE. MYRON KERSTEIN ACE Even before re-teaming with Lin-Manuel Miranda for tick, tick...Boom!, Myron Kerstein had plenty of experience to draw from going into their first project together - Miranda's Broadway hit, IN THE HEIGHTS (2021). Kerstein previously worked with IN THE HEIGHTS director John Chu on the film, CRAZY RICH ASIANS (2018).  Myron also had a diverse pool of film and tv projects, including; GARDEN STATE (2004), NICK AND NORAH'S INFINITE PLAYLIST (2008), LITTLE FOCKERS (2010), THE DUKES OF HAZARD (2005), FAME (2009), GIRLS (2015-17) and HOME BEFORE DARK (2020). Editing tick, tick...Boom! In our discussion with tick, tick...Boom! editors Andy Weisblum and Myron Kerstein, we talk about: How to manage the handoff of a project from one editor to another Converting beats to frames when cutting a musical Cutting at director, Lin-Manuel Miranda's house What to do with the post crew when a new editor comes in to replace the first one Editing with The Wu-Tang Clan looking over your shoulder The Credits Get your free 100GB of media transfer at MASV Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs See what's new in the latest version of Media Composer Listen to editor Andrew Weisblum discuss The French Dispatch Hear Myron Kerstein talk about cutting In the Heights Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast
CTW: Bills fall to Chiefs in Shootout, 42-36 in OT, to end postseason

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 67:47


In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills heartbreaking loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, 42-36 in OT in the Divisional Round of the Playoffs, therefore effectively ending their 2021 season. We discuss the back and forth nature of the end of the game, the outstanding performances by Josh Allen (and Patrick Mahomes) and Gabriel Davis, the absence of the #1 ranked defense, questionable coaching decisions, the plays that ultimately led to the demise of the game in the final minute or so, reasons to be optimistic, and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Not Another Buffalo Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: ctwpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Black Music Special
TikTok Bars vs Nostalgie: Young T & Bugsey und Che'Noir

Black Music Special

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 107:26


Che'Noir kommt aus Buffalo, NY und rappt so, wie ihr Geburtsjahr klang: 1994. Ausgeklügelte, mehrsilbige Punchlines und schleppende Boombap-Banger prägen ihr Album «Food For Thought». Kontrast bieten die UK-MCs Young T & Bugsey, die durch TikTok zu Fame kamen, aber durchaus trotzdem dope sind.

Rain Delay Theater
#150 - The Worst of Fame Class of 2022

Rain Delay Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 93:30


This week, Jack and Jeremy induct the Worst of Fame class of 2022! New nominees are proposed, two all-time players are selected by the Veteran's Committee, the official ballot is written, and the guys vote for this year's inductees...or maybe no one gets in...? Tune in to see how the guys vote! Also, we hear about a major card pulled by Jeremy and the guys discuss The Innings Festival - a music fest coming to Tempe, Arizona next month! We learn that Jack is NOT AT ALL a fan of live music, but is an explanation given...? Listen for yourself!

Entertainment(x)
Dan Looney Part 2 ”Don't Be a Di*khead”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 28:37


Dan Looney (TW:@dan_looney)(IG:@dan.looney)(LI:@dan-looney)is a founder of the DLAP Group which is an award-winning corporation focusing on commercial entertainment across the globe. Comprised of ten subsidiary companies: DLAP Production, DLAP Management, DLAP Accountancy, DLAP Programming, DLAP Venues, DLAP Tickets, DLAP Agency, Creative Rights International, Fourth Wall Live and Ace Pantomimes. The company has won four Olivier awards for its co-production of Stephen Sondheim's musical, Company at the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End. It also received the Best Musical Award at the 2019 Deagu International Musical Festival in South Korea for their production of The Wedding Singer. DLAP produced the world premiere stage adaptation of The Last King of Scotland, based on the award-winning novel by Giles Foden (Sheffield Crucible Theatre) and the UK premiere of Kander and Ebb's musical-whodunnit, Curtains, starring Jason Manford (UK Tour and Wyndham's Theatre, West End) as well as The Last Five Years (Garrick Theatre, West End). DLAP's hit production of the 80's rock musical Rock of Ages toured the UK and Berlin in 2018-2019 and is currently playing on its second major UK Tour. DLAP has also produced the 30th Anniversary production of Fame! the musical on tour in the UK, internationally and in the West End (Peacock Theatre), as well as The Wedding Singer on tour in the UK throughout 2017 and at the Wembley Park Theatre in London in 2020, starring Strictly Come Dancing's Kevin Clifton. The company produced the legendary Broadway star, Chita Rivera Live in Concert at Cadogan Hall in 2019 and Phantom of the Opera In Concert at Beau Sejour, Guernsey. In 2020, DLAP launched a major new IP acquisition and development company, Creative Rights International, backed by venture capitalist Patrick Bradley of Station12 and in paertnership with InFine Theatre. The company controls a large portfolio of theatre, film and TV IP which it exploits globally. DLAP formed a new live events and concerts company, Fourth Wall Live, with renowned concert producer, Darren Bell. Fourth Wall produced the Live in London season at the London Hippodrome Casino in December 2019. 2021/22 concerts include Bonnie & Clyde In Concert (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), The Greatest Showman's Keala Settle as well as Shoshana Bean, Jenna Russell and Jessica Vosk (all at London's Cadogan Hall). DLAP most recently formed Ace Pantomimes with seasoned pantomime producers, Immersion Theatre.

Cake for Breakfast
How to Win The Bachelor - with @BachelorClues & @PaceCase

Cake for Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 49:20


Hot Topics: + Britney Spears and Jamie Lynne Spears are in a public feud following Jamie Lynne Spears' explosive Call Her Daddy interview. + Bitcoin is sitting at $41K, is it going up or down? + Prince Harry is using the media to speak to his UK family. Interview: Authors: Chad Kultgen and Lizzy Pace join the show today to talk about their new book, “How to Win The Bachelor: The Secret to Finding Love and Fame on America's Favorite Reality show”. We talk about: + Strategies to get on and become a finalist on the Bachelor. + Who's made the most money off their Bachelor fame. + We analyse the game played by: Colton Underwood, Nick Viall, Andi Dorfman and more. + Some insider scoop for Season 26.

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)
45 | Richie Palacios is working towards Guardians Opening Day lineup

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 60:26


Download the top-rated DraftKings Sportsbook app NOW and use promo code JOMBOY! Sign-up Now at https://draftkings.com with code JOMBOY Use code FAME at https://www.shop.jomboymedia.com for 10% OFF sitewide. Follow Richie: https://twitter.com/elite_rich_1 https://www.instagram.com/richiemille/ Peter Moylan and Kelsey Wingert sit down with Cleveland Guardians' prospect Richie Palacios and talk about his baseball family, workout and recovery plans, MLB fashion, and more!

Tha Block is Hot Podcast
Catching Up with Juju Part 1 Ep 121

Tha Block is Hot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 164:25


On this episode of TBIHP, Tim and Fame catch up with a friend who recently relocated to Thailand. Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1oJFd0L... Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thablockishotpo... Follow us on: Instagram: @thablockishotpodcast Twitter: @_thablockishot Discord: Tha Block is Hot Podcast Send us an email @:Thablockishotpodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unidentified-blackmale/support

Entertainment(x)
Dan Looney Part 1 ”Don't Be A Di*khead”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 22:23


Dan Looney (TW:@dan_looney)(IG:@dan.looney)(LI:@dan-looney)is a founder of the DLAP Group which is an award-winning corporation focusing on commercial entertainment across the globe. Comprised of ten subsidiary companies: DLAP Production, DLAP Management, DLAP Accountancy, DLAP Programming, DLAP Venues, DLAP Tickets, DLAP Agency, Creative Rights International, Fourth Wall Live and Ace Pantomimes. The company has won four Olivier awards for its co-production of Stephen Sondheim's musical, Company at the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End. It also received the Best Musical Award at the 2019 Deagu International Musical Festival in South Korea for their production of The Wedding Singer. DLAP produced the world premiere stage adaptation of The Last King of Scotland, based on the award-winning novel by Giles Foden (Sheffield Crucible Theatre) and the UK premiere of Kander and Ebb's musical-whodunnit, Curtains, starring Jason Manford (UK Tour and Wyndham's Theatre, West End) as well as The Last Five Years (Garrick Theatre, West End). DLAP's hit production of the 80's rock musical Rock of Ages toured the UK and Berlin in 2018-2019 and is currently playing on its second major UK Tour. DLAP has also produced the 30th Anniversary production of Fame! the musical on tour in the UK, internationally and in the West End (Peacock Theatre), as well as The Wedding Singer on tour in the UK throughout 2017 and at the Wembley Park Theatre in London in 2020, starring Strictly Come Dancing's Kevin Clifton. The company produced the legendary Broadway star, Chita Rivera Live in Concert at Cadogan Hall in 2019 and Phantom of the Opera In Concert at Beau Sejour, Guernsey. In 2020, DLAP launched a major new IP acquisition and development company, Creative Rights International, backed by venture capitalist Patrick Bradley of Station12 and in paertnership with InFine Theatre. The company controls a large portfolio of theatre, film and TV IP which it exploits globally. DLAP formed a new live events and concerts company, Fourth Wall Live, with renowned concert producer, Darren Bell. Fourth Wall produced the Live in London season at the London Hippodrome Casino in December 2019. 2021/22 concerts include Bonnie & Clyde In Concert (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), The Greatest Showman's Keala Settle as well as Shoshana Bean, Jenna Russell and Jessica Vosk (all at London's Cadogan Hall). DLAP most recently formed Ace Pantomimes with seasoned pantomime producers, Immersion Theatre.

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast
CTW: Bills Pummel the Pats in the Wild Card, 47-17

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 61:37


In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills' huge, momentous, embarrassing win over the New England Patriots, 47-17 in the Wild Card Round of the Playoffs. We discuss dominance on all sides of the ball, Josh Allen's fire level, Sean McDermott and his coaching staff showing no mercy to Bill Belichick, what this meant to us as Bills fans, the amazing play of Devin Singletary, Dawson Knox, Micah Hyde and the Defense, and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Not Another Buffalo Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: ctwpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

DUNZO!
219: The Fame Monster with Russ Martin

DUNZO!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 101:16


It's been far too long since we've sat across from each other at a kitchen table and really discussed miss Stefani Germanotta, so we're doing just that! After many requests, Troy and dear friend of the pod, Russ Martin, are paying respects to Lady Gaga's 2009 masterpiece, The Fame Monster. Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Here To Make Friends - A Bachelor Recap Show
Is ‘The Bachelor' The Greatest Sport Of All Time? with Chad Kultgen and Lizzy Pace

Here To Make Friends - A Bachelor Recap Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 92:09


We're joined by Chad Kultgen and Lizzy Pace, who host the Game of Roses podcast, to talk about their fascinating new book How To Win The Bachelor: The Secret to Finding Love and Fame on America's Favorite Reality Show – and, of course, to talk about their personal journeys down the Bachelor rabbithole. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The DA Show
Steve Tasker previews Bills-Pats

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 41:35


HOUR 3: Bills Wall of Fame member Steve Tasker boards the Mothership. How does Mraz's inner monologue sound? Should the NFL allow Eric Weddle to play?

The Adversity Advantage
Mike Posner on Addiction to Fame, Overcoming Mental Blocks, & Taming the Ego

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 49:40


Today's guest is Mike Posner where we talk about his climb to the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, how to not let fame get into his head, & how he practices self care. Mike Posner is an American Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, poet, and record producer. His debut album which was released in 2010 is called, 31 Minutes to Takeoff that includes the US Billboard Hot 100 top 10 single “Cooler than Me” as well as the top 20 single “Please Don't Go”. In March 2017, he released his first book of poetry, Tear Drops & Balloons.  What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 00:24 Mike on climbing Mount Everest 03:18 Lessons he shared to the Ohio kids 07:40 Overcoming mental blocks 12:26 Taming ego & using fame to fill it up 16:40 Spirituality  19:40 Mike's self care routine 22:30 How to not get addicted to fame 26:46 What made the climb to Mount Everest worth it? 34:08 What's next for Mike Posner? 35:32 Effects of going all-in on his health 42:45 Struggling with normalcy 48:40 Paying attention to the thoughts inside your head 50:35 Mike's favorite song Episode Resources: ​@Mike Posner on his WHM training for Mt. Everest | The Wim Hof Podcast The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle Mike Posner - A Real Good Kid Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter

Can Crushers Wrestling Podcast
Can Crushers Spotlight with "The Fashionista of Fame" Olivìer Vegos

Can Crushers Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 79:42


Can Crushers Spotlight gets a much needed sprucing up from the “Fashionista of Fame” Olivìer Vegos this week, as Mark welcomes another rising star from NCWO in Oklahoma. These two start the show fast & furious and the tempo never stops. We find out what wrestling has brought to Vegos' life thus far and how she started watching as a little Fashionista. These two hit it off so well that Olivìer invites Mark to spend an off day with her and her wife at Dave & Busters playing games and having a few beverages. Seems like these two could get into some trouble. This and a whole lot more, including the “Great Cereal Debate.” Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://paypal.me/cancrushers)

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)
44 | Genevieve Beacom on going viral as first pro female in baseball

Farm to Fame (Baseball Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 48:27


Download the top-rated DraftKings Sportsbook app NOW and use promo code JOMBOY! Sign-up Now at https://draftkings.com with code JOMBOY Use code FAME at https://www.shop.jomboymedia.com for 10% OFF sitewide. Manager Peter Moylan and Kelsey Wingert chat with baseball's first pro female, Genevieve Beacom and her debut in the Australian Baseball League (ABL). She details her backstory and what life has been like after pitching for the Melbourne Aces

Social Media Decoded
How you can create a month-long content plan in 30 minutes with Allie Martin

Social Media Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 19:36


Allie Hembree Martin is a visibility expert and owner of Fame and Fortune. She works with female entrepreneurs to elevate their brand and gain credibility and cash through proactive public relations and strategic social media. Have a listen while we chat creating a months worth of content plan in 30 minutes---Join The Expand Your Influence Community! This group is for influencers, creators, and small biz owners who want to become the expert authority in their industry, build their brand, and grow their social media community. If you want to learn how to make money on social media, attract your ideal clients, get a ton of traffic to your offers, websites, and massively grow your list and customers, this is the place to be! We go all-in when it comes to social media and BEYOND!Follow me on InstagramCheck out my YouTube ChannelDownload the 5 things you should do with every Instagram PostWork with meMore about Thames Media SolutionsSupport the show (https://paypal.me/Thamesmediasolutions?locale.x=en_US)Support the show (https://paypal.me/Thamesmediasolutions?locale.x=en_US)

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast
CTW: Bills Clinch AFC East, Take Down Jets 27-10

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 93:25


In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills' win over the New York Jets, 27-10 to clinch the AFC East for the second consecutive season. We discuss the Bills' run game finding its way again, Josh Allen's clutch plays (with a few inconsistencies thrown in), Diggs' incentive, the Bills Defense getting 9 sacks, Matt Haack's day punting the ball (or lack thereof), and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Not Another Buffalo Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: ctwpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dough Roller Money Podcast
Supercharge Your Learning with Scott Young

The Dough Roller Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 36:07


Today on Dough Roller, we are talking with Scott Young! Scott Young is an author, entrepreneur, computer programmer, and host of The Scott Young Podcast. Scott has started and kept up a wildly popular blog since he was 18 years old, and most notably has completed some amazing learning challenges, such as the MIT Challenge where in just one year he learned the entire curriculum of MIT's computer science major without taking any classes, and The Year Without English where he set out to learn 4 different languages over the course of one year. Scott's first book Ultralearning, is a Wall Street Journal Best-Seller, and in 2012 he gave a TEDX talk about his approach to learning and his time at MIT, which has been viewed over half a million times. He has written over 1000 articles on everything from holistic learning to finding the meaning of life. Scott is a master of self-teaching and learning, and an exemplary multi-hyphenate scholar. In this episode, we talk about Scott's journey with his learning challenges, including his infamous time with the MIT challenge. Scott tells us how he got into personal development and learning, and how he uses those skills in his day-to-day life. We'll also talk about the emotional side of investing, and how to keep your anxiety at bay when making risky finance decisions. If you're looking to up your learning intake and hear some investing tips, listen on!   Social Media:   Follow Dough Roller on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dough-roller/ Follow Dough Roller on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doughrollermoney/ Follow Dough Roller on Twitter: https://twitter.com/doughroller Check out the Dough Roller website and blog: https://www.doughroller.net   Timestamps:   00:21- Scott's Background and “Claim to Fame” 01:58- Scott's Journey with the MIT Challenge 13:20- How Scott Became Obsessed with Personal Development 16:29- What Can We Do To Improve Our Learning Ability 19:16- How Scott Overcame Difficult Feedback 24:36- Telling the Difference Between Luck and Mastery 28:04- The Emotional Side of Investing 32:45- Scott's Courses and Teachings 35:18- Scott's Upcoming Ultra Learning Projects   Mentioned in the Episode:   Scott's Writings About His Learning Challenges- https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/my-projects/  Scott's blog- https://www.scotthyoung.com/ Scott's Courses and Trainings- https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/books-courses/ Scott's Podcast- Scott Young Podcast Ultralearning Book- Ultralearning

LET IT OUT
Perfection = Dead: Actor Joshua Jackson on Romanticizing the Past, Young Fame, Fatherhood, Nostalgia, Worthiness & Not Being Afraid of the Uncomfortable Places

LET IT OUT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 82:23


Today's guest is actor Joshua Jackson. You may know him from Dawson's Creek or The Mighty Ducks, or from his later TV shows, including Fringe, The Affair, Little Fires Everywhere, and most recently, Dr. Death, which earned him a People's Choice award nomination. In this conversation (recorded over Zoom in the midst of the holidays), he candidly shares what he's learning as a new parent, lessons on love and feeling worthy of it, navigating young fame, and how the vulnerable messiness of being alive is how we grow. We talk about what his Broadway debut role in Children of a Lesser God taught him about listening and connection and how that has influenced his anti-racism work. He also tells me about his new production company, Liquid Media Group, which aims to create an easier path for independent filmmakers to share their content while allowing them ownership. Joshua has enormous depth in his life experiences and I loved talking to him even more than I expected. Show Notes:- Find Joshua on Instagram | Twitter- There's currently 1 spot open in my one-on-one creative consulting! If you want to work with me, learn more here and book a free session with me to see if it's a correct fit. - All Let it Out Kits are 22 percent off, including our special holiday Remix Your Resolutions kit. Offer code: twentytwo- The Invisibilia podcast episode on nostalgia I refer to- The Fresh Air episode I refer to on rethinking the way we work- Subscribe to our newsletter to get show notes sent straight to your inbox- Follow @letitouttt on Instagram If you liked this episode, try out:- Episode 299: Happy Thank You More Please with Josh Radnor Sponsors:Truebill: take control of your subscriptions and save up to thousands of dollars a year at truebill.com/letitoutSaneBox: magically remove distractions from your inbox with a free two-week trial. Get a $25 credit when you go to sanebox.com/letitout

Die Photologen - Spürbare Fotografie in der Praxis
240: Fame oder nicht fame, das ist hier nicht die Frage. So geht ein 365-Projekt ohne Stress.

Die Photologen - Spürbare Fotografie in der Praxis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 71:45


Wir sprechen über Ausweiskontrolle und wie man seine Darlings findet.

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne
Phillies Backstage with Burgoyne and Brazer.......Mike Lieberthal

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 52:24


Former Phillies catcher Mike Lieberthal looks back at his career, recounting moments like catching Kevin Millwood's no-hitter, hitting a walk-off home run after midnight, and getting inducted into the Phillies Wall of Fame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Outlook
A quizmaster's accidental route to fame

Outlook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 24:01


Jay Flynn worked in a pub and loved hosting pub quizzes every week. When pubs were ordered to close at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, he started his own virtual pub quiz for family and friends but he forgot to make it private and in the end, thousands of strangers across the country played along too, and have been ever since. He's been credited with helping people's mental health through the pandemic. Jay spent time living on the streets in London and went through his own mental health crisis. He spoke to Andrea Kennedy. Their conversation touches on the moments he contemplated suicide. If you are affected by issues raised in this programme there is confidential support on the BBC Action line website, or at Befrienders.org Get in touch: outlook@bbc.com Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Andrea Kennedy and May Cameron (Photo: Jay Flynn. Credit: Courtesy of Jay Flynn)

Tha Block is Hot Podcast
Tha Block is Hot New Years Special 2021-2022

Tha Block is Hot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 74:14


Tha Block is Hot New Years Special 2021-2022. On this episode of TBIHP, Tim and Fame celebrate the end of the year with a end of the year special and discuss a variety of topics with friends. Feel free to also watch this podcast on our Youtube page " Tha Block is Hot Podcast " (unless it's taken down, this episode gets raw). Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thablockishotpodcast Follow us on: Instagram: @thablockishotpodcast Twitter: @_thablockishot Discord: Tha Block is Hot Podcast Send us an email @:Thablockishotpodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unidentified-blackmale/support

82 Points of View with Dorian
Jay-Z On How He Deals With Rap Fame

82 Points of View with Dorian

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 6:21


Jay-Z On How He Deals With Rap Fame What's your anchor?⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ What helps you keep your perspective?⁣ ⁣⁣ Click the link and buy my “How To Market Your Music On Social Media” Course: www.group82university.com Do you want to make $5000/month from YouTube? Download this free tool Dorian uses to optimize his YouTube Channel to get the most views and revenue. It's FREE: https://www.tubebuddy.com/doriangroup82 Get Your Free Ebook: “How To Get 1 Million Streams On Spotify” by clicking the link below. It's FREE. https://www.group82music.com/linkinbio Follow Dorian on Instagram - https://instagram.com/doriangroup82?igshid=ful32lx6msk4 Subscribe to Dorian's YouTube for free daily content - https://youtube.com/c/DorianGroup82 Follow Dorian on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@doriangroup82 Song: “Don't Sleep” by Dorian Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/track/0LBy5ZtXyq45yKkxyIo2cH?si=te--_7vzT1KtdEJyu186GQ Apple Music - https://open.spotify.com/track/0LBy5ZtXyq45yKkxyIo2cH?si=te--_7vzT1KtdEJyu186GQ Watch the full video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/YsMsk8-5Dok --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/82pointsofview/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/82pointsofview/support

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast
With baseball quiet, a review of Brewers roster strengths and weaknesses (01.05.2022)

Milwaukee Brewers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 55:11


With Major League Baseball at a standstill, Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe look at the Brewers roster position-by-position, including some guys you may have forgotten about. Where will the team's top prospects fit into the 2022 equation? What moves will the team make when things return to normal? Plus, what's the general feeling about the current labor situation? The franchise finally adds a name to its Walk of Fame. And a farewell to former public relations director Tom "Sky" Skibosh. Music intro: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music.

Beyond The Balance Sheet Podcast
Lights, Camera, Anxiety: Impact of Fame on Mental Health With Dr. Jason Schiffman

Beyond The Balance Sheet Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 23:35


Dr. Jason Schiffman is the founder and Director of Camden Center, a nationally recognized center of excellence for treating mental health and addictive disorders. First, Jason explains whether or not celebrities struggle differently than the rest of us and how the support system of a celebrity differs from the general public. Later, Dr. Schiffman discusses the complexities and benefits of group therapy for someone who is in the public eye. Tune in as we speak about the importance of vulnerability to building the foundation of emotional wellbeing.   IN THIS EPISODE:   [02:30] Do celebrities struggle differently than the rest of us?  [08:50] How does the support system of a celebrity differ from the general public? [15:35] The problems related to having celebrities in group therapy.  [21:35] The importance of vulnerability to building the foundation of emotional wellbeing.   KEY TAKEAWAYS:   The drive that can lead to a sufficient amount of work ethic to become famous is the same thing that can drive you to develop shame-related emotions. Support happens from anyone who really authentically cares about that person.  Putting a celebrity in a group therapy session can cause problems in terms of the dynamic between that person and the other group members.  To improve your psychological wellbeing, you need to find the strength to be vulnerable.    LINKS MENTIONED:   Website www.camdencenter.com https://oconnorpg.com/podcasts/lights-camera-anxiety-impact-of-fame-on-mental-health-with-dr-jason-schiffman   BIO:   Jason Schiffman, MD, MA, MBA, is the founder and Director of Camden Center, a nationally recognized center of excellence for the treatment of mental health and addictive disorders located in Los Angeles and San Francisco.  He earned his Medical Doctorate and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California (USC) and completed his residency in psychiatry at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior where he served as chief resident of the UCLA Anxiety Disorders Program. Upon completion of residency, Dr. Schiffman founded the UCLA Dual Diagnosis Program where he continues to serve as Medical Director. Dr. Schiffman is a diplomate of the National Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is also board certified in Addiction Medicine.  Dr. Schiffman has extensive research experience in molecular biology and is the author of numerous scientific publications in this field. He is a nationally recognized expert on addiction and co-occurring mood, anxiety, and trauma related disorders, and has written extensively on the subjects of addiction, anxiety, and trauma in both the academic and popular press. One of Dr. Schiffman's primary interests is the development of novel healthcare systems for the treatment of psychiatric and addictive disorders. His goal in establishing Camden Center was to create a facility where patients could receive world-class treatment that resulted in true recovery. Toward this end he developed the Camden Model of care, which identifies and treats both the symptoms and causes of mental health disorders through diagnostic evaluation, feedback-based treatment planning, and the matching of patients with individualized, multidisciplinary teams of expert clinicians.

Being LGBTQ
Episode 204: David Perry 'Upon This Rock'

Being LGBTQ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 45:26


Welcome to 2022 and another year of Being LGBTQ. Sam is joined by gay author David Eugene Perry whose latest book ‘Upon This Rock' has been described as a ‘twisty thriller' and even the ‘gay Da Vinci Code'. Set in Orvieto, Italy David believes the book could be the first gay, holiday, mystery, thriller! So far ‘Upon This Rock' has won at the San Francisco Book Festival and won the silver medal at the Ben Franklin Awards from the Book Publishers Association. David discusses the book and his previous work as one of the founders of the Rainbow Walk of Fame in San Francisco.Find out more about David and the book: https://www.davidperry.com/

End Hype: Product Entrepreneurship For Impact
Wishing for Instant Fame, Funding, and Sales

End Hype: Product Entrepreneurship For Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 23:33


Viral growth allows you to fail at an artificial levelThis time of year people waste time wishing. If you are an entrepreneur wishing for instant success, understand that success can crush your business.In this episode, Callye Keen explainsWhy credibility is a better focus than fameWhy revenue is better than chasing fundingWhy sales cannot (and should not) magically solve itselfLearn more on growing your product business with Red Blue CollectiveGet the Collaborative Growth Blueprinthttp://www.redbluecollective.com/collab

Horse Poor Podcast
70- Hello 2022 - Host Episode

Horse Poor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 75:50


Catch up with what the gals have been up to for part of 2021 in which we took a podcasting break, and catch up with what their plans are heading into 2022. No resolutions, we dont like that, just goals ;) Deaner talks about her plans for Korly and the first time poddin at her pad Stevie tells us a bit about motherhood, her first year in the breeding bizz, and her plans for Dee and Fame! Steph talks a bit about her experience with kissing spine and cyrpto from 2021! 

Foundry UMC
On the Path - January 2nd, 2022

Foundry UMC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 18:17


On the Path A homily preached by Rev. Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli with Foundry UMC, January 2, 2022, Celebration of Epiphany, “Shine On!” series.     Text: Matthew 2:1-12 One of the things I've heard myself say to countless persons in various challenging contexts over the course of my ministry and particularly the past couple of years is: “Things are not always going to be this way. You're not always going to be where you are right now. It's a journey…” This is not only a pep talk, it's a theological assertion and a statement of Christian faith. Because the story we tell is that God is with us, receives our cries, and brings us through suffering and struggle to a new place of freedom and life. From slavery to promised land, from tomb to broiled fish on the beach with friends, the story is consistent. God's saving love and grace is assured.  This message has been key in the ongoing global pandemic and especially in the moments when many of us—either personally or collectively—have felt so profoundly stuck. Of course, we all know, really, that things change in our lives. Some of the changes are beyond our control. And some, we have agency to affect. And regardless of how changes happen in or around us, we always have the choice of how we'll respond. How we choose to respond to new realities or challenges sets us on a particular path, puts us on a particular trajectory. It's important to choose wisely.   At the beginning of a new calendar year, it is tradition for many to give thought to what kinds of changes they want to make in their lives. I have a love/hate relationship with new year's resolutions. But the idea of it is frankly pretty good. If you're going to change one way or another, it is wise to consider what direction you actually want to travel. Where are you trying to go? What are you trying to do? What steps can you take to move in that direction? I've been thinking about this myself and I've decided I want to be like Betty White or Archbishop Desmond Tutu or Dolly Parton or José Andrés. There are others I could name, but these are currently front of mind. The point is that I'm thinking about legacy—about the story of my life I want others to be able to tell, about how I wish to be remembered as one who lives in the days we're currently living. I'm thinking about what our lives mean in the larger world. And it's not that we have to be famous as these I've named are. I also want to be like my Dad who is not famous at all. Fame is not the point. All of those I've named seem to have clarity about who they are and what gives their lives purpose and meaning. Dolly Parton describes what I'm after saying, “Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” This kind of living makes an impact. Betty White said, “Everybody needs a passion. That's what keeps life interesting. If you live without passion, you can go through life without leaving any footprints.” And the first lines of Howard Thurman I ever encountered many years ago are these, “Don't ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” // Whether known by a few or known the world over, the people whose lives make the deepest impact are those who have come alive.  I'm convinced that the closer we are to the source of life, the more we “come alive.” The closer we are to the heart of all that is, the more strongly our own heart will shine. And the Epiphany story we tell today, in its most broad terms, is a journey story on the path that leads to closer connection with the heart of God, with the life of God, with the love of God. The wise ones who came from afar in search of the prophesied new king, trained in the art of astronomy. I imagine it was their passion. And when they saw something changing in the sky, a herald of a promise, they made their journey, through danger and uncertainty, guided on the path by a star. They knew who they were, they had practiced their discipline, and they moved forward with intention to discover and honor the newborn king.  The truth is that we don't know how many magi there really were, exactly where they came from, or what they hoped to gain from their encounter with Jesus. But whoever they were, their actions formed the kernel from which the ancient celebration of Epiphany springs. It is a celebration that reminds each of us to search for the holy one, to let nothing deter us on the way, to draw near, to offer the gifts of our lives, and then to be enlivened by the love of God revealed in Jesus. The nearer you are to the beating heart of God's love and life, the more you will “come alive,” the more you will shine with God's love. And the world needs people who have “come alive.” But you may feel stuck and dull and exhausted today. And you may think you don't have anything left to offer. And in a time like this with so many challenges, you may be tempted to think there is no point to trying. And it may seem difficult to believe that things will ever be different than they are today. But there are those who have shown us how to shine with the love, peace, and power of God even in the midst of overwhelming pain, injustice, and despair. The late South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu is one of those people. He said, “Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.” You see, you don't have to feed whole nations in the midst of a crisis like José Andrés, you just need to keep doing what you can. When the injustice and foolishness of the world threaten to overwhelm you, do your little bit of good and help overwhelm the world. A legacy, a life that makes a difference in others' lives, doesn't happen all at once. It is created along the way, little bit by little bit, choice by choice, response by response. And as we enter this new year, know there will be things that try to distract you and lead you into places of fear and danger. But also know God will guide your steps, will help you do your “little bit of good” day by day, will help you discern when to hold steady, to take a break, or (as with the magi in our story) to change course for your own safety. Things are not always going to be this way. You're not always going to be where you are right now. You and I are on the path. God is with us, receives our cries, and brings us through suffering and struggle to a new place of freedom and life. From slavery to promised land, from cross to resurrection. From faraway places to the intimate, life-renewing presence of God's love in Christ Jesus. God's saving love and grace is assured on the path. Whether by the light of a star, the witness of others' courage, good humor, perseverance, and generosity, or the simple encouragement of a loved one, God will guide us, go before us, and help us get to the other side. Archbishop Tutu's affirmation of faith, set to music by John Bell, are where I'll end. May this song be our traveling music for the journey of 2022: Goodness is stronger than evil; Love is stronger than hate; Light is stronger than darkness; Life is stronger than death; Victory is ours through Him who loves us. https://foundryumc.org/archive

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply
EP 102: Gone to the Dogs with Bear Pen Plotts

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 74:40


In this episode Steve Fielder recaps the history of his family's involvement in breeding and hunting purebred  Plott coon and big game hounds over a period spanning sixty-eight years, Steve discusses the crosses and the reasons behind the crosses of the effort that resulted in four hounds being inducted into the National Plott Hound Association Hall of Fame as well as Hall of Fame inductions for his father, Homon Fielder into the West Virginia Bear Hunter's and National Plott Hound Association's Halls of Fame.  This episode should serve as inspiration for anyone aspiring to make their mark as breeders, hunters and spokespersons  for their individual breeds of choice.  

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay
Ep. 37 - We're All Famous Now

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 63:20


FAME! Emmy award-winning Cleveland media personality Stephanie Haney brings 3 blue checkmarks and a lot of fun to this conversation on the evolving nature of fame. Over several drinks served up at Cleveland's best cocktail bar, the Velvet Tango Room; Chris, Amanda and Stephanie debate whether society is entitled to the inner lives of celebrities, ponder what it means that kids now want to be YouTuber Stars instead of astronauts, and wonder, in today's age of relentless selfies and Zooms, how awesome/awful life must have been before mirrors were invented. Listen to Stephanie Haney's award-winning podcast, 3 Things to Know, here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/3-things-to-know-with-stephanie-haney/id1540124369Drinks in this episode mixed up at the Velvet Tango Room in Cleveland, Ohio. From the menu description:>> Blood and Sand cocktail: From the 1930s. Johnnie Walker Black, Cherry Heering, sweet vermouth, and freshly squeezed orange. It's the perfect example of a sum being greater than its parts.>> The Rust Belt cocktail: Cleveland, a shining example of what a city must do to stay relevant in the 21st century. It's about substance meeting style. With a bite of bitter and a pointed punch of rye, you'll find only a hint of sweetness. >> Vodka Water with 3 Limes If you've been enjoying the 3Q3D podcast, please consider giving us a rating, a review, or sharing an episode with a friend. Give us a follow on our social sites here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3drinkspodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3DrinkspodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/3Q3Dpod

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast
CTW: Bills Motor Through Falcons 29-15

Billieve: a Buffalo Rumblings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 89:04


In this episode, we discuss the Buffalo Bills' win over the Atlanta Falcons, 29-15 to clinch their playoff spot and hold onto the lead in the AFC East.. We discuss the Bills' run game finding its way again, Allen throwing INTs, but making up for it with his running ability, the Defensive Line holding their own, Matt Ryan's taunting penalty, Gabriel Davis' sideline grabs, and much more! We announce the winner this week's giveaway, and we discuss our general thoughts on the game, stats of the game, plays of the game (Sweet Sassy Molassy & Gettysburg), who goes on our Wall of Fame and who goes on the Wall of Shame (and turn to Twitter for some great reaction from our followers). Listen now and Go Bills! Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine, Not Another Buffalo Podcast and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone | YouTube Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and spread the word! Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: ctwpod@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter: @CTWpod Like us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast Follow us on Instagram: CTWpod Check out our TeePublic Bills Store here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Don Cherry's Grapevine Podcast
World JRs., bad Ref stories, Fame is Fleeting.

The Don Cherry's Grapevine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 30:47


Don Cherry's Grapevine Podcast    Podcast Sponsor   www.spreads.ca   Promocode: Grapes     Hockey Icon Don Cherry talks hockey and more!   HeyAllo: Heyallo.com/en/profiles/don-cherry   Coach's Closet: https://coopink.ca/collections/coachs-closet   Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation : https://www.doncherryspetrescue.org   Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoachsCornerDC   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Doncherrysgrapevine   Podcast available on:   Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4Mx00CeV9rJRN0C5jfNZ7n?si=_g0b-M0CSROag0qPL8fKSQ   Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-don-cherrys-grapevine-podcast/id1488361243   Podbean - https://doncherrysgrapevine.podbean.com

Think Outside the Box Set
S22E2. Smack That Bass

Think Outside the Box Set

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 65:26


Fame by Grace Jones Click here to join our Discord! (https://discord.gg/5vpqXaS) We're planning to continue livestreaming the recordings (once Cameron is back from vacation) at around 8:30pm Pacific Time on Tuesday. Learnin' Links: Britney Spears roasts Diane Sawyer (https://www.thewrap.com/britney-spears-diane-sawyer-instagram/) Grace Jones and sexuality in I'll Never Write My Memoirs (https://slate.com/human-interest/2015/10/grace-jones-memoir-reveals-thoughts-on-gender-expression-and-sexuality.html) Listen along to Fame here! (https://open.spotify.com/album/2fSiA5CQAKBQy2wL0CZVpV?si=wOFNBVOWRz2JBCG7gfm5-w) You can support us in several ways: Kick us a few bux on Patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/boxset) By becoming a supporting member, you'll gain access to special bonus episodes, including a weekly mini-show, What's in the Box Weekly! Buy T-shirts, sweatshirts, and more at our merch page! (https://boxset.threadless.com/)

Intelligence Squared
How I Found My Voice: Gloria Estefan

Intelligence Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 51:00


Gloria Estefan is one of the most successful singers ever. With more than 120 million records sold worldwide, three Grammy Awards, and a career spanning four decades, she has helped make Latin-flavoured pop music an international success. Estefan is also the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Honor and has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. From fleeing Cuba as a young child when it fell under Castro's control, narrowly escaping death in a bus accident aged 32, to marrying her first boyfriend, who was also the founder of her first band Miami Sound Machine, she has lived a remarkable life. In this exclusive live podcast recording of the award-winning How I Found My Voice, presented by Samira Ahmed, Estefan reflected on her path to musical success and fame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Let It Roll: Les Blank's "A Poem Is A Naked Person" Spotlights Leon Russell at the Height of His Fame

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 59:17


We're launching a new mini-series this week featuring the return of SXSW CTO Justin Bankston to join Nate in discussing some of their favorite music documentaries. The series debut looks at filmmaker Les Blank and his documentary treatment of Leon Russell at work on an album in Nashville, playing live in LA and NOLA and at home in his studio complex in Oklahoma. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Holiness Preaching Online
Rev. Johnnie Lewis- “ Fame in the name”

Holiness Preaching Online

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 29:34


12-8-1998 House of prayer Holiness church In Texarkana, Arkansas

Parallax by Ankur Kalra
EP 60: The Year 2021 in Review with Dr Sukh Nijjer – Part 1

Parallax by Ankur Kalra

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 59:18


In the last Parallax episode of the year, Dr Ankur Kalra welcomed back Dr Sukh Nijjer, Interventional Cardiologist from Imperial College London, to review the most impactful events and advances in cardiology from 2021. This year we had a number of studies that helped clarify our understanding of the world of antiplatelets: First, Ankur and Sukh discuss the take-home messages from HOST-EXAM, a Korean study presented at ACC 2021. They discuss their clinical experiences within the UK and US setting. Next, Sukh talks about the STOPDAPT-2 ACS study, presented at ESC 2021. Sukh interprets the findings in the light of TWILIGHT and summarises his thoughts on the therapy. 2021 was not a great year for physiology: Sukh shares his take on FLOWER-MI, presented at ACC 2021. He offers a deep dive into the data and highlights both the importance of the findings and the limitations of the study. Next, they discuss RIPCORD 2 from ESC 2021 and finally, Sukh highlights the findings from the FAME 3 trial. What is the importance of genotype testing in the world of antiplatelets? What are the considerations for clinicians? Should we stop using FFR? How can we incorporate novel findings to patient care? What are the practical considerations that we should take into account when looking at the physiology trials of 2021? Stay tuned for Part 2 - heart failure and surgical trials coming in 2022. Questions and comments can be sent to “podcast@radciffe-group.com” and may be answered by Ankur in the next episode. Guest @SukhNijjer, hosted by @AnkurKalraMD. Produced by @RadcliffeCARDIO. Brought to you by Edwards: www.edwardstavr.com

Robert Kelly's 'You Know What Dude!'
Mike Vecchione, Greg Stone "Fame Laughs"

Robert Kelly's 'You Know What Dude!'

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 82:13


This week we're joined by Mike Vecchione and Greg Stone to talk about their new show Macaroni Rascals, the pitfalls of air travel, Greg being a new dad, and what stalls growth in comedy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tyrus and Timpf Podcast
Fame Is Fickle

The Tyrus and Timpf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 37:31


Tyrus describes his recent and unexpected purchases from the reptile shop. Kat reveals her role in musical theater in high school. Tyrus breaks down the rules for obtaining the infamous green shirt. Celebrity Sighting: Tyrus & Kat's producer shares her run-in with an infamous singer.   Follow Tyrus on Twitter: @PlanetTyrus Follow Kat Timpf on Twitter: @KatTimpf  

On the Media
Fame and Misfortune

On the Media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 50:31


Text messages obtained by the January 6 commission revealed the panic of Fox News hosts — even as they downplayed the insurrection on camera. On this week's On the Media, how to hold the news station accountable. Plus, an investigation of the celebrity profile – from the biting to the banal. Angelo Carusone [@GoAngelo], President and CEO of Media Matters, explains what the new January 6th revelations say about the state of Fox News. Listen. Anne Helen-Peterson [@annehelen], writer and journalist, on why the profile of Jeremy Strong in The New Yorker struck a chord. Listen. Bobby Finger [@bobbyfinger] and Lindsey Weber [@lindseyweber], co-hosts of the podcast "Who? Weekly," talk about the scrappy, B-list celebrities do for fame. Listen. Music: Il Casanova di Federico Fellini by Nina RotaPaperback Writer by Quartetto dell'Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe VerdiThe Art Of War by Richard BeddowInvestigations by Kevin MacLeodNewsreel by Randy NewmanHard Times by Leftover Salmon