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Huddle Up with Gus
VINCE PAPALE

Huddle Up with Gus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 77:58


Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! Gus has as his special guest today the legendary Vince Papale, who played with the Philadelphia Bell and then onto the Eagles. Gus and Vince talk life on the gridiron and how Vince's youth growing up in Philadelphia helped to shape the athlete he was and his professional life after football as a senior executive for Sallie Mae. Vince shares what it was like having a major motion picture made about him and especially being portrayed by Mark Wahlberg in the 2006 hit “Invincible.” Thanks for joining the huddle and have a great visit with Gus and Vince Papale!

Great Dane Nation
Episode 55: Dick Vermeil

Great Dane Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 76:05


On the 55th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist and coaching legend Dick Vermeil (06:54 – 01:04:17). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 06:54). Morten reacts to an epic game between the Chiefs and Ravens from this past weekend, and explains why he thinks Lamar Jackson is the MVP of the league through two weeks of the season.We then move to our interview with Dick Vermeil, where he discusses a wide range of topics: his involvement in the wine business, and the history behind his company, “Vermeil Wines” (07:41); his coaching style, and the difference between delegating and designating (13:53); Morten having teammates on the Chiefs that weren't born when he started playing (15:49); knowing when to release a player, and remaining close with many players he has cut (16:46); being the first official special teams coach in NFL history (18:12); taking over an Eagles franchise in the late 1970s that was a losing program, and what it took to turn them into NFC Champions (19:38); why the NFL needs to do a better job helping its former players with medical assistance as they get older (24:04); the amazing story of Vince Papale making the team in Philly (24:46); a review of “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story” (26:18); his love for underdogs, and why London Fletcher should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (27:05); what a Gold Jacket would mean to him (27:44); why Tom Flores getting inducted helped clear the way for Dick, and the various high-profile coaches stumping for him as a candidate (29:12); the hilarious story of David Baker's phone call to let Dick know he was a finalist (30:43); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz Sr. (31:58); why he stepped away from coaching after winning the Super Bowl with a historically great St. Louis Rams team in 1999 (36:59); why he came out of retirement to coach the Chiefs in the early 2000s (38:48); working his players so hard in St. Louis, there was almost a “mutiny,” and why things were different in Kansas City (40:15); why Patrick Mahomes could go down as the finest quarterback to ever play in the NFL (42:45); the state of the Rams, his relationship with Sean McVay, and why Matthew Stafford will be great in L.A. (44:13); why he doesn't think Doug Pederson should've been fired in Philadelphia (47:03); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Kurt Warner, Ron Jaworski, Trent Green, Marshall Faulk, Tony Gonzalez, Jared Allen, Harold Carmichael and Will Shields (48:45).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (01:05:13 – 01:12:08). Morten gives his picks for Buccaneers at Rams (01:05:51), Saints at Patriots (01:07:05), Packers at 49ers (01:08:36), Chargers at Chiefs (01:09:33), and Washington Football Team at Bills (01:10:49).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten reflects on his relationship with Coach Vermeil, and explains why he's had a profound impact on every single one of his former players (01:12:08).

Vida nos Trilhos
VNT #350 - MELHORES MOMENTOS - VNT #198 - Filme - Invencível

Vida nos Trilhos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 34:57


O filme "Invencível" apresenta uma história real! Vince Papale passou por maus bocados na vida: perdeu o emprego de professor substituto por cortes de orçamento e foi abandonado pela esposa.  Trabalhando como barman, sua paixão é jogar futebol com os amigos e torcer pelo seu time, Philadelphia Eagles. Quando o novo técnico do Eagles, Dick Vermeil (Greg Kinnear), anuncia que ele vai abrir testes para a seleção do time, Vince se inscreve e é escolhido, se tornando o novato mais velho, com 30 anos de idade, sem formação acadêmica em futebol americano! Listamos 7 lições que aprendemos com este filme. Bora conferir? Procure compartilhar com seus amigos e principalmente se você acredita que este conteúdo pode ajudar alguém em específico.

Buddycast
Buddycast with Vince Papale

Buddycast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 47:44


On this incredible episode of Buddycast, we chat with NFL legend and motivational speaker Vince Papale! Hear all about his story, his movie, and more all right here on Buddycast! #gobesomeonesbuddy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-sorensen/support

Monoreel Radio
Monoreel Radio Episode #154 - Invincible

Monoreel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 79:54


This week, we review and discuss 2006's "Invincible", which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary. How true to the life of Vince Papale is this film? Is the film paced well or does it feel rushed through certain elements? Where does it rank amongst other football films? All of this and more this week on Monoreel Radio.

Bring In The Backups
Bobby Hoying Stars In...Bobby's World

Bring In The Backups

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 67:54


Memories of a 1997 Bobby Hoying comeback win against Cincinnati are here to wake you from your doldrums. Strap in, it's a solo episode this time around, and it's about a shooting star that came and went to fast. Bobby Hoying now goes by Bob Hoying, and 1998 has something to do with it. On this pod, in no particular order, I cover LA homelessness, interacting with my fans on social media, someone making up stuff on Bobby Hoying's wikipedia, Vince Papale, Mad Men not having real jobs, changing your name after failure, why Cruella sucks, name-dropping, Eagles fullback Kevin Turner, and resenting your own personal growth. My friend Gary DeNoia drops in, so please follow him on Insta. I just did my friend Brad Stoll's podcast Only Farts; watch the interview here and follow his Tik Tok. This episode of Bring In The Backups is brought to you by Essentials By Gabi.

Andrew Petty is Dying
Figure Skating, Football, Death, and Rebirth

Andrew Petty is Dying

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 65:41


Can Death bring you back to Life?  If former NFL pro Dennis Franks’ story is any indication, then the answer is 100% yes. And his story is packed full of hard-won wisdom for becoming the people we were made to be and living the lives we were made to live.    First, Rabbit Trail to a Big Idea I met Dennis Franks through a mutual friend--or even more accurately, a friend of my parents back when I was a little boy in Boone, NC. Serendipitously, Bonnie Church had gotten curious about what I was up to and looked me up online--where she found this podcast. And almost overnight, she became an unexpected, very welcome, and very generous source of encouragement and inspiration. She also happens to have co-written a book with Dennis and his good friend, former Philadelphia Eagle's teammate, Vince Papale. And Bonnie realized that Dennis' story was a good fit for Andrew Petty is Dying.  Which is how we ended up here today, with former pro football player-turned-network marketing success story, Dennis Franks, as the guest on this episode.  I share this backstory because it highlights a big idea that I think is useful for all of us to remember: When we commit to becoming the person we were made to be and living the life we were made to live, and we persevere in that work--as I've been trying to do through this podcast, for example--cool things happen--like getting reconnected with Bonnie and striking up a friendship with Dennis. That's the technical term, BTW--"cool things." Truth is, you never really know what will come of it all, but that's part of the adventure. And each new serendipitous moment creates the potential for more. It's the best kind of compounding interest.    Now, Back to the Program Already in Progress... Dennis Franks is a primo example of someone who has persevered in becoming the person he was made to be and living the life he was made to live. Along the way, he found success and fame in the NFL, and he's achieved remarkable success in business post-football. But it hasn't been all rainbows and unicorns. Far from it, in fact, and Dennis has fought tooth and nail for every bit of success he's attained and to learn the lessons available from his failures. And a close encounter with Mortality woke him up to what mattered most and kicked his butt in gear big-time after the fumes of football fame had dissipated.   We dig into all of that and more in this interview. The internet can give you a version of Dennis' story--and it's one that's available to anyone who cares to type in "Dennis Franks" in the Google search window. But I was especially interested in the REST of the story. What's Dennis Franks really all about? What makes him tick? How does an encounter with Mortality impact a man who, for a while at least, seemed to have it all?After all of his ups and downs, moments of fame and seasons of ridicule, what wisdom for life does he have to offer to all of us?  To set the stage, though, here's the cliff’s notes version of what can be learned online about Dennis.    Introducing Dennis Franks, Interwebs-style From humble beginnings in Pittsburgh--the son of a steelworker and a German figure skating champion--Dennis had a noteworthy college football career at Michigan and went on to 5 years in the NFL, first with the Philadelphia Eagles, then with the Detroit Lions. Along with Vince Papale, about whose story the film Invincible was made with Mark Wahlberg in the starring role, Dennis had a hand in setting the Eagles up for their first superbowl appearance in 1981. A rough patch after football was followed by Dennis' discovery of the world of network marketing, a business he has excelled at ever since. In fact, early on he became one of the few to earn over $1 Million in annual commissions through a home-based business. Today, Dennis is executive vice president of Market America Worldwide, a product brokerage and internet marketing company that specializes in one-to-one marketing and social shopping. Market America provides a system for entrepreneurs to supplement their income and gives customers a better way to shop.  Dennis' book, The Last Laugh: Vision to Victory outlines seven keys to making your dream a reality--Vision, Valor, Vehemence, Veracity, Vitality, Vigor, and Victory--and illustrates them at work through his and Vince's stories and firsthand accounts from the likes of Dick Vermeil, Jim Harbaugh, and others who have had extraordinary success in their fields. Like Dennis, The Last Laugh is direct, no BS, imminently practical, and full of wisdom. If you want to get from here to there, The Last Laugh will help you. It's helped me.  Dennis and his wife, Nancy, live near Charlotte, NC. They have two daughters and two grandchildren.    A Date with Death  The entry point into our conversation was an episode in Dennis’ story back in the 80s that changed the course of his life forever. Dennis’ “15 minutes of fame” as a 5-year NFL pro are over. He’s discovering that a resume of “moving people for a living” doesn’t automatically land you a good job, and he’s begun to move in some unhealthy circles where partying hard was a way of life, not just a for-fun kind of thing.  One day, after a 36-hour, cocaine-infused bender, Dennis found himself staring Death in the face. He literally felt like his heart was going to explode. A good friend--now his wife, Nancy--stayed with him until his body began to resume more normal functioning. But the impact of that experience was there to stay. Here’s Dennis in his own words: “It was a huge change in my life...resetting, almost, and trying to understand that I had something to live for, and not to be this waste. Don't be that one-and-done star, and now that you can't have that anymore, it's over. It couldn't be, because I was 29 years old, and I had a lot of years left to live. That was a critical time for me...Everything changed because of that near-death experience. There was a realization that there had to be more.”    Rebirth Amazingly, Dennis dropped his cocaine addiction cold-turkey and began to re-learn how to live. As a 300lb. single guy with no job, he had to fundamentally rewire his relationship with food and alcohol. Physical wellness became priority numero uno. Since then, Dennis has returned to and maintained his high school playing weight, and physical wellness is a top priority--and shows up in the Victor’s Code as Vigor and Vitality.  Gradually, Dennis’ life-saving encounter with Death and the wholesale life renovation that followed led him into the world of network marketing. But one more unexpected speed bump was just up ahead.    The Past Comes Back to Haunt Him After being clean for seven years, the FBI paid Dennis a visit out of the blue: “I was making it in life, and I was handcuffed and taken out of my office in Monterey, CA, only to go to court back in Philadelphia because my name was in the dealer's book when he got busted. And the DA in Philadelphia said "here's a Philadelphia Eagle that might be able to spill on other Philadelphia Eagles. Let's go after him." And the scariest part of this was, they wanted to give me 15 years; they were going after maximum sentence. And I'm going, are you kidding me, I've been clean for almost seven years and you're coming back to me with a conspiracy to distribute?” Dennis was fortunate to ultimately receive only a one-year sentence of community service and stays at a halfway house every weekend. And he learned sobering lessons about the importance of the choices we make, the environments we put ourselves in, and the people we surround ourselves with.    Wisdom from the Figure-Skating Son of a Steelworker We rewound the tape farther back in Dennis’ story to his childhood, where we explored how figure skating entered the picture and why it exited suddenly when he entered high school, the impact of his childhood--and especially his father--on the man he’s become today, and where his immense passion and drive for everything he undertakes came from.  Here are some of the nuggets of wisdom that emerged from the rest of the conversation: “In life, it's so important to always have people around you that care about YOU, who you are, people who are better than me. I'm not afraid to be the person who doesn't know everything. I prefer to be the person who can learn everything on a daily basis.”  “I want people to understand that you're not born a superstar. It's a choice to utilize your God-given talents. Are you willing to spend the time to become what you were meant to be? So many people don't have that vision. That's a big part of that vision to victory concept, because I want everyone to realize--you can if you believe you can, and if you're willing to do the things necessary to make that happen.” “Winners never lose, they just learn.”  “There is no balance in success.”  “I believe in taking calculated risks...I'm not asking you to be foolish, but I am asking you to take a calculated risk so you can be all-in once you make the decision. The reason people fail is because they don't go all-in because they're afraid of failing. A calculated risk to me is somebody who has weighed out the best-case / worst-case. And if you can deal with the worst-case, why not go full-on? And if you don't go full-on, then you really didn't want it anyway, and it's not gonna happen.” (This nugget emerged from our discussion of football as a metaphor for life--really fun and enlightening part of the conversation.)  And tune into the full episode to hear: Dennis’ advice for how to find your Path and Purpose in life… How he measures success now, at 67… And his response to the question, “If you knew you were going to die in exactly five years, what would you start doing differently today?”   Landing the Plane Fear gets a bad rap. We're always trying to overcome it or get rid of it. But if Dennis' story is any indicator, then the value of fear is hard to deny. The fear of Death--maybe even more specifically, the fear of not living the life he was capable of living--motivated Dennis to quit cocaine cold-turkey after a season of aimlessness post-football and turn his life around. That watershed moment set him on a very different path than the self-destructive one he'd been headed down. I'd call fear a literal lifesaver in Dennis' case, not an enemy to be overcome.  And as Dennis said in the full episode, if you're willing to face your fears, you can get through them. Lise Leroux rang the same bell in episode 006, The Nine Lives of Lise Leroux: One Woman's Mind-blowing Tale of Living With a Terminal Diagnosis. I think a key to tapping into fear's potential power in our lives is teaching ourselves to become its boss. I unpack that further in episoe 005, How to Become the Boss of Your Fear: Bravery-building to Live With More Guts and Gusto. And that's precisely what Dennis did--he summoned the courage to overhaul himself from the inside-out when an encounter with Mortality filled him with fear. He's been looking ahead and pushing ahead in life ever since.  What a gift that fear was to Dennis!    Making Dennis’ Story Relevant in YOUR Story Are you holding back in life--not going all-in, as Dennis said--because of some fear or another? Take a page from Dennis' playbook. Consider the best and worst-case scenarios. And if you can deal with the worst-case scenario, then why not go all-in? On their deathbeds, people regret not going for it far more than they regret mistakes made when they did go for it. And the world needs YOU bringing your very best into the game of life, full-tilt, all-in, charging ahead with guts, gusto, and purpose to become the person you were made to be and live the life you were made to live.  And remember, you are going to die. But you’re not dead yet. So get after it!   I Can Help I can help you charge ahead with guts, gusto, and purpose to become the person you were made to be and live the life you were made to live. Connect with me on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, visit my website, or email me.   Go Here to learn about Graveyard Group masterminds--where we make time each week to invest in your life's most important work.    Connect with Dennis Email | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Website    Get Dennis’ Book The Last Laugh: Vision to Victory   Follow Andrew Petty is Dying & Leave a Review Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher   I’m so glad you tuned in today. Don’t forget to “follow” this show (apparently, that’s the new term that’s replaced “subscribe”), and I’ll see you next time on Andrew Petty is Dying!

Vinny Roc Podcast
Vince Papale: Invincible

Vinny Roc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 38:22


These podcasts are made possible by our sponsors: Core Medical group https://www.coremedicalgrp.com/ Live Bearded  https://livebearded.com/ Willie Pete’s Chocolates .com https://willypeteschocolates.com/ Dead Eye outfitters https://deadeyeoutfitters.com/ Bullion box https://www.bullionboxsubscriptions.com/ @moderngunschool www.mgs.edu Charlie Mike's Jerky https://www.charliemikes.com/ Many of you have likely seen the movie with Mark Wahlberg, now meet the man that movie was based on. Vince Papale is a living legend and advocate.  Re-inventing himself from a 30 year schoolteacher, who did not play football in college, to an NFL star, Vince Papale defied the million to one odds against him. Not only did he make the team but he was voted by his teammates Captain of the Special Teams and most recently was selected by the fans as the best Special Teamer in the Eagles 75 year history. http://www.vincepapale.com/ https://theveteransgroup.org/invincible/

Reel Sports
S4E5 - Invincible

Reel Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 62:58


This week's episode features Mark (Not Donny) Wahlberg as Vince Papale in 2006's Invincible. This Disney film has all of the usual sports movie clichés, but is it any good? Listen as Jonah & Julian debate where to place this in the Reel Sports Power Rankings. 

Eagles Brawl
Philly Sports with Giovanni - E27: The Underdog Episode ft. former Eagles WR Vince Papale

Eagles Brawl

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 20:22


Eagles Brawl presents another edition of Philly Sports with Giovanni. In this episode, Giovanni is joined by former Eagles WR Vince Papale, who inspired the movie Invincible, for a true Underdog episode. Listen to these two discuss the movie, Papale overcoming the odds, and how the wide receiver inspires Giovanni through life's hurdles.Eagles Brawl of The Brawl Network is dedicated to bringing you nonstop coverage on the Philadelphia Eagles

FUEL with Chris Swartz
EP 30: Vince Papale – How To Make Your Invincible Moment

FUEL with Chris Swartz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 45:53


Figure out what you are playing for and make that dream come true. Don’t let history dictate how you live your life. You will never accomplish your wildest dreams without trying to break through barriers and grab at the impossible. When all is said and done, you can have the last laugh, just like Vince Papale.     This former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver was the inspiration behind the 2006 Disney film Invincible, starring Mark Walhberg. Before Vince’s name reached national recognition, he was just an incredible athlete looking for the right field to break into. After graduating from St. Joseph’s College in 1968 and returning to his old high school to teach and coach, Vince made his dream come true. He ran the fastest 40-yard dash at an open tryout for the Eagles. At 30 years old and having never played college football, Vince proved how much of an impenetrable force he truly was – especially to all of those who doubted him. This is where Invincible picks up Vince’s story, however, his ability to persevere was developed long before cameras were rolling.   On this episode of the FUEL podcast, Vince and Chris touch on their shared roots in Delaware County (Delco), Pennsylvania while Vince gets real about how his non-traditional path to the NFL was only possible because of his innate ability and invincible spirit. He was able to push past doubt and never accepted the boundaries of what others said was possible. This was his greatest asset and the foundation of his extraordinary life.    What You'll Learn: How Vince went from a fan to the field never having played college ball. Who he says is his most trusted support system and gave him the strength to succeed. Why he believes any person can achieve their own invincible moment, regardless of where they come from. And much more!   Favorite Quote: “I've been knighted by the Italian parliament, which is pretty cool. I mean, that's quite an honor. And my mom and dad never got beyond the eighth grade ever – they were local Delco. My father was a pig farmer, my grandfather came over on the boat from Naples at 14.” – Vince Papale   Connect with Vince: Vincepapale.com LinkedIn   About the FUEL Podcast: FUEL provides an opportunity to look behind the scenes into the lives of extraordinary individuals. By examining the foundation that makes up their lives, we unveil the stories that fueled their success. Our mission is to help motivate and energize people to recognize that their own life experiences can be used as fuel to help them go the distance and achieve their life’s full potential. Find out more on our website: The Fuel Story.   If you enjoyed this episode, head over and visit us on Apple Podcasts - leave a review and let us know what you thought! Your feedback keeps us going. Thanks for helping us spread the word!

Scoring at the Movies
Ep. 70 - Invincible

Scoring at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 48:54


The Super Bowl is only a few days away, so a somewhat glum movie about a real-life special teams player from the Philadelphia Eagles in the '70s is exactly what the Brady ordered, right?Okay, perhaps not, but millions of people around the world are struggling more than ever this past year and we can all be inspired by Vince Papale's blue-collar story in Invincible. Mark Wahlberg plays Vince so low-key that it doesn't make for the most enjoyable film we've ever covered, but his co-stars (especially Elizabeth Banks and Michael Rispoli) provide the colour Marky Mark doesn't. So hear our take on Disney's version of Rudy or Rocky as we dig into the beginning of the Dick Vermeil era with the Iggles.

Great Dane Nation
Episode 17: Ron Jaworski

Great Dane Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 53:45


On the seventeenth episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Philadelphia Eagles legend Ron Jaworski (06:02 – 40:10). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll), who has one of the worst fantasy football punishments on the horizon – having to sit at a 24/7 diner for 24 straight hours (02:11). Morten has some helpful tips on how Tom is to survive this punishment.We then move to our interview with Jaws, where he discusses a wide array of topics: meeting Pope John Paul II (07:34); what led him to Youngstown State, and why that was so important to him becoming a successful NFL quarterback (08:15); his time with the Rams, and why it never really panned out for him as a player in LA (10:21); why Philadelphia as a city was such a great culture fit for Jaws (12:28); how Dick Vermeil was able to change the culture of losing in Philadelphia (14:22); why it was so important to have a guy like Vince Papale in the Eagles’ locker room (16:54); thoughts on his book, “The Games That Changed The Game” (19:40); why he knew his career in Philly was going to come an end quickly when Buddy Ryan took over (23:04); why we’re getting close to a break-up between Carson Wentz and the Eagles (23:41); his read on the Doug Pederson era since winning Super Bowl LII, and why coaches needed to be graded on a scale during the pandemic (24:18); why he doesn’t think Taysom Hill is the future starting QB of the Saints (25:57); why he is so impressed with Tua Tagovailoa (26:26); why we’re looking at an all-time great offense in Kansas City (27:24); what he learned playing under Marty Schottenheimer at the end of his career (29:56); why he was shocked at the coaching career of Bill Cowher (31:08); why he fell in love with a young Tom Coughlin (32:09); what Bruce Arians brought to the table as a young assistant under Marty Schottenheimer (33:13); what he learned from Tony Dungy while he was defensive coordinator for the Chiefs (33:49); Jaws’ top three go-to “thoughts” for leaders today (35:16); and why giving back to his communities is so important (38:06).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Kevin Rogers for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (41:09 – 50:17). With the College Football Playoff taking place on New Year’s Day, Kevin and FreezePops take a look at both games, as #1 Alabama takes on #4 Notre Dame, and #2 Clemson takes on #3 Ohio State (42:00). Then we head to our quick picks for week 17 of the NFL season: Can the Colts cover at -14 against a Jaguars team with nothing to lose? With the playoffs on the line, can the Browns bounce back after that embarrassing loss to the Jets? Which NFC West team gets in, Arizona or Los Angeles? (44:19)Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about the excellence of Ron Jaworski, both on and off the football field (50:17).

The WODcast Podcast
453 Vince Papale and Dennis Franks - Former NFL Football Players

The WODcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 74:27


These two former NFL football players have a special connection to the WODcast. One is the father-in-law to Eddie and the other is the person that the film Invincible with Mark Wahlberg was based. For great stocking stuffers go to: Get $5 off your order at ritualzeroproof.com with promo code “WODCASTHOLIDAY” This holiday season treat yourself and your friends and your family to a pair of goodrs, head over to www.goodr.com/wodcast FOR 17% OFF YOUR ORDER.

Thuzio Live & Unfiltered
The Unlikely Legend of Vince Papale

Thuzio Live & Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 47:08


The well-documented story of Vince Papale is one of the greatest in NFL history. His rise from bartender to NFL wide receiver and special teams captain of the Eagles made Papale a Philadelphia hero and inspiration to football fans everywhere. At 30 years old, Papale became the oldest rookie (without collegiate experience) in NFL history. He joined Thuzio to reflect on his accomplishments and what it was like to be the subject of the 2006 film, Invincible starring Mark Wahlberg as Papale.

Cinematic Underdogs
10. Invincible (2006)

Cinematic Underdogs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 66:26


Starring Mark Walhberg, Greg Kinnear, and Elizabeth Banks, and tracking the unbelievable story of Vince Papale - a Philly bartender and substitute school teacher who somehow earned a spot on one of Dick Vermeil's late 70's Philadelphia Eagles teams - Invincible has all the ingredients to be a bonafide feel good underdog sports movie. Unfortunately, something went afoul with the recipe of cliches on display here as the film came up bland and lacking in flavor. Detailing the unpalatable qualities of Invincible, we discuss Disney's sugar-coated depiction of the economic woes of the late 70's, the diluted depiction of the iconically vulgar Philly fanbase, how much more tangy the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia spin-off episode of the film is, and just the overall lack of sport's movie 'feels' that left us more craving for something less neutral, lackluster, and unsatisfying.

Upon Further Review
Coach Dick Vermeil, Super Bowl 34 Champion, NFL legend (Eagles, Rams, Chiefs)

Upon Further Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 34:16


Zach chats with legendary NFL coach Dick Vermeil about how he got his start, how he went from UCLA to the Eagles, how he found Vince Papale, his thoughts on his depiction of the movie “Invincible”, the “Miracle at the Meadowlands”, retiring from coaching and getting into broadcasting, coming back years later with the St. Louis Rams, the first time he ever heard the name Kurt Warner, everything to know about the ‘99 season, his confidence level going into Super Bowl 34, what it was like to win it, retiring again before heading to coach the Chiefs, what it was like to be in Kansas City, his thoughts on Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, the best coaches in the NFL today, and what it would be like for him to get enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Donate to Feeding America Follow Upon Further Review on Instagram and Twitter Subscribe on YouTube

The Locker Room with Billy Schweim
Our first week doing the Eagles Pre-game show on 97.3 ESPN. Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Football team.

The Locker Room with Billy Schweim

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2020 116:16


Every Sunday during the Eagles season we will hear from Scott Grayson from Fox 29 news. Our "Where are they now" segment will have a former Eagles player each week, This week it's Mr. Invincible, Vince Papale. Then we will have our Fantasy Football Guru, Brian Hartley.

Glen Macnow & Ray Didinger on 94WIP
Vince Papale with Glen and Ray 8/8/2020

Glen Macnow & Ray Didinger on 94WIP

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2020 143:51


Loaded show with Glen and Ray today! -Ben Davis joined us to discuss the Yankees crying about the Phillies Broadcast Announcers. -What We're Watching -The Flyers are looking good! -Vince Papale is on for our weekly Tell Us Your Story segment. Enjoy Glen and ray for 8/8/2020

Rich Zeoli
The Frontline Heroes Challenge

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2020 7:37


Rich is joined by Mike Ferraro, Founder of the Frontline Heroes Challenge, and Eagles legend Vince Papale discussing the America Salute's You organization and their latest movement of "The Frontline Heroes Challenge." Just register & Donate, shoot your video message and challenge up to 3 of your friends and family! 

Rich Zeoli
FDA Commissioner Hahn: Only After Rigorous Study Will a Coronavirus Vaccine Be Approved (Full Zeoli Show 08-03-20)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 154:00


Today on the Rich Zeoli Show, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn stated definitely that a Covid-19 vaccine would only be approved after rigorous scientific study. Hahn said it is an insult to scientists and the hard working people at the FDA to suggest a vaccine would only be approved for political reasons. Why does Joe Biden continue to cast doubt on the vaccine and play politics with people’s lives? Ian Smith of Atilis Gym joined to discuss the latest in his ongoing battle to get his gym back open now that Bellmawr Borough is threatening to take away his business license. Invincible Philadelphia Eagles legend Vince Papale joined the show to talk about an amazing way we can all salute front line heroes. And another Jurassic Park movie is on the way because America needs escapism and nothing provides escapism like CGI dinosaurs! Photo by:Pool / Pool

Twin Talk MN
Even if you are a high school teacher you can be great at sports

Twin Talk MN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2020 20:30


In our 22 episode we discuss problems with the MLB return, some unhappy players, and we share the great story of Vince Papale. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

A2D Radio
Vince Papale Interview | A2D Radio

A2D Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020 69:34


Join the guys today as we have Eagles Legend Vince Papale on the air! Also, we will be discussing what Eagles Match ups intrigue you the most, and do you have any concerns heading into the 2020 Philadelphia Eagles Season.

Wildchat Sports
#34- Vince Papale

Wildchat Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 27:51


Tune as we talk to Mr. Invincible himself, as Vince Papale refelects on his experience walking on for eagles and evaluates Mark Wahlbergs portrayal of him...incredible story check it out!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wildchatsports/support

The Football History Dude
Invincible Vince Papale | A Real-Life Disney Character

The Football History Dude

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 37:32


https://thefootballhistorydude.com/invincible-vince-papale (Invincible Vince Papale | A Real-Life Disney Character) Vince Papale is a name many have heard of, even though he never played college football, nor did he get drafted to the NFL. The reason we all know the name is that his story is an incredible journey of a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan given the opportunity to try out for his beloved team. He ultimately made the team and then 30 years later Disney made a movie about Vince Papale, called https://amzn.to/2YqgqHY (Invincible,) with Mark Wahlberg playing Vince. You will hear the story from Vince's perspective in this interview, and to learn more about his story, see below for some details. Favorite Football Moments James Ashton from Liverpool, England shares his moment when the http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000417318/article/lions-mount-wild-comeback-to-stun-falcons-in-london (Lions had an incredible comeback to beat the Atlanta Falcons) in the last second field goal. Greg from http://www.cflamerica.com/ (CFL America) shares his moment about the Thanksgiving Game when http://www.nfl.com/videos/miami-dolphins/09000d5d824670a1 (Bob Griese tossed 6 touchdowns) against the St. Louis Cardinals in 1977.   https://thefootballhistorydude.com/support/ (Support the Show via Donation) https://thefootballhistorydude.com/contact/ (Connect With The Show)https://thefootballhistorydude.com/about-the-show/ (Visit me on the web – my about page) https://thefootballhistorydude.com/contact/ (Contact the show) https://twitter.com/FHDude (Follow me on Twitter) https://thefootballhistorydude.com/subscribe/ (Subscribe for free to the podcast) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtMMxAn8ajXas8kdjiGbg4g?view_as=subscriber (Subscribe for free on YouTube) Are you interested in sharing your favorite football moment on the show? This is your chance to share your story with all my listeners. http://www.myfootballmoment.com (Click here to share your favorite football moment) Support this podcast

Philly Famous Podcast
Vince Papale

Philly Famous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2020 43:45


Philly and Eagles legend Vince Papale talks with Greg about his quarantine life, his son's NFL pursuit, the impact of Invincible on his life, his childhood and relationships with his parents, his love for Philly, and much more. Learn more about Philly Famous Use promo code "PHILLYFAMOUS" for 10% off Phresh Prints Ink

Zone Podcasts
Vince Papale talks "Invincible" on 3HL.

Zone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 11:36


Mickey Ryan's favorite guy, Vince Papale, on 3HL.

3HL
Vince Papale talks "Invincible" on 3HL.

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 11:36


Mickey Ryan's favorite guy, Vince Papale, on 3HL.

Overtime - An NFL Podcast Series
Episode 6 - Aaron Donald, Invincible, TB12, Garoppolo vs Brady

Overtime - An NFL Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 42:46


It's another game week in London and we have a bumper show to whet the appetite ahead of the LA Rams @ Cincinnati Bengals at Wembley Stadium. Widely regarded as the NFL's best player, Aaron Donald is a our interview this week. But will he be Overtime's No.1 guest? We check in on Garry's TB12 progress, while James King heads back to the movies for another film review. Here's the list of this week's highlights... First Down: (0m 19s) With no London Game this weekend just past, Garry and Neil are reunited in the studio where Neil is a little bit jealous of Nat Coombs' performance as guest host on Episode 5 of Overtime. Second Down: (3m 32s) Neil makes up for his absence last week by delivering a big gun - perhaps the biggest of them all! Welcome to Overtime, Aaron Donald, who sits down with Neil to discuss growing up an NFL fan and how he keeps himself in peak condition to compete at the top. Third Down: (15m) Overtime's resident film critic, James King, delivers another American football-infused movie review. This week it's Invincible, starring Mark Wahlberg as the former Philadelphia Eage, Vince Papale. Fourth Down: (20m 21s) How is Garry coping with TB12? With his "housemate" Karina away in Kearny, NJ, Neil grills him on his progress. Conditioning coach Simon Brundish also offers some advice for amateur athletes to maintain a regime. Overtime: (25m 51s) With the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots remaining undefetaed this season, both teams are the early pace-setters for Super Bowl LIV in Miami. And it has Garry licking his lips at a Jimmy Garoppolo-Tom Brady showdown. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @Overtime_Pod Overtime is a HWY61 production.

Produce Yourself
EP99 - Skills for Tomorrow with Jason Scoggins

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2019 55:35


Resident recurring guest, Jason Scoggins (President & COO of Entertainment company Slated), continues the podcast trifecta for some more peak performance thoughts. The guys discuss work ethic, grit, soft skills, emotional and social intelligence, skills vs passion, procrastination, storytelling, thinking about thinking, the importance of time, the Ben Franklin Effect, Inversion, etc.  * Jason has appeared in episodes 52, 67, 68, 71, 81, 97, and 98. Yeah, the guys like each other that much! PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page ***** The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, Amazon, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Produce Yourself
EP98 - Talent Stacking, Writers Block & Looking Stupid with Jason Scoggins

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2019 63:44


Recurring guest Jason Scoggins (President & COO of Entertainment company Slated) joins the podcast for some more peak performance thoughts. He also discusses looking stupid and trying to get past imperfect skills (like having to cold call).  Jason has appeared in episodes 52, 67, 68, 71, 81, and 97. PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page ***** The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, Amazon, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Produce Yourself
EP97 - Jason Scoggins - Power of Books, Curiosity, Listening

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2019 71:31


Jason Scoggins is the President and COO of Slated. He's also the founder and creator of several Hollywood-meets-Silicon Valley type companies (ScogginsReport, ItsOnTheGrid, etc., etc.). He's been a big fancy literary agent, a manager, and forever one of my best friends - also a childhood one. In this podcast, we take a departure from Hollywood to talk about the power of reading, listening, and curiosity; how it relates to his daughter, Alexandra (Alex); and how it informed us as kids and where we are today. Enjoy! PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page ***** The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, Amazon, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne
Phillies Backstage 2019 Vince Papale

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2019 38:37


Tom and John are joined by former Eagle and all-around good guy Vince Papale.

Heart of Sports
The Heart of Sports w Jason Springer & Jeff Cohen: Guests Vince Papale and Keith Pompey

Heart of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2019 58:46


To start the show this week, the guys were joined by Vince Papale to talk Eagles with the current team, his time walking on as a player, his story becoming a movie and more. Then we were joined by Keith Pompey of the Inquirer to talk NBA Finals, Sixers off season, NBA Draft and even Joel Embiid playing tennis.

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne
Phillies Backstage 2019 Vince Papale

Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2019 38:37


Tom and John are joined by former Eagle and all-around good guy Vince Papale.

The MMQB NFL Podcast
BAD FOOTBALL MOVIES, EPISODE 6: INVINCIBLE

The MMQB NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2019 58:29


Conor Orr, Mark Mravic and Bette Marston dive into the Disney rendition of the Vince Papale story; a tale of grit, determination and south Philadelphia desperation from the 1970s. Despite the lack of authentic Philadelphia accents, in the surprise of the century, our roundtable deemed this a good football movie. Do you agree?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Produce Yourself
EP96 - Chris Collins - Top TV Editor & Real Estate Tycoon

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2019 60:01


Chris Collins is a punk rock drummer who happens to be one of Hollywood's top editors (America's Next Top Model, Duck Dynasty, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Shark Week). But when he isn't editing TV shows, he's buying up apartment buildings all over the country. He's turned his passion for learning into an area he knew absolutely nothing about - multi-family real estate value-add investing. Take a listen and hear how he started and how he's created new streams of income for himself, making money while he sleeps. Some good lessons from Chris for all of the freelance staffers in Hollywood. Passive income will be your friend! His Editing: http://www.amityentertainment.com/ His Real Estate Empire: http://www.amitycashflow.com His band: http://www.blink180true.com/ He's looking for friends! Email him: chris@amitycashflow.com PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, Amazon, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Produce Yourself
EP95 - Josh Wade Reality Writer, Producer, Stand-Up

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2019 67:51


Josh Wade shares how he went from Stand-up comic, to meeting Mike Meyer's mother-in-law, to becoming a secret weapon-writer of Reality TV shows. Yes, lots of writing in Reality. He's now a TV producer of all kinds and shares some of his lessons and stories from breaking in and navigating the industry.   PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Redskins Talk
Rookie minicamp pod: Here are our early impressions of Haskins, Sweat and all the other new Redskins

Redskins Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2019 35:04


There is a LOT of good stuff in this new Redskins Talk, so prepare yourself. First, JP Finlay sets the scene while at a family wedding, telling you what's ahead in this episode and also teasing a few fun things coming up for you as well. Then, he tosses to Mitch TIschler and Pete Hailey, who were out at rookie minicamp along with Ben Standig, Brian McNally and Ajay Atayee. From their beloved picnic table, those five break down what they saw from Dwayne Haskins and also give their takeaways on tons of other rookies as well. What jumped out about the new QB and how much excitement is there around him? You'll hear that analysis, plus lots of good insight on everyone from Kelvin Harmon to Wes Martin and even to Vince Papale's son. It's so fun to be talking football again and you'll enjoy that segment as much as the hosts did. Then, to wrap, you'll hear an interview with Kyshoen Jarrett that first aired on "Redskins 100," as JP, Pete and Julie Donaldson get to chat with the up-and-coming coach on his promotion and his life. If you like podcasts where the "How many C's on that thick?" scale makes an appearance and Mitch gets supremely giddy about an undrafted O-lineman, then this is the episode for you.

Screw the Naysayers
Ep 115 Invincible After All These Years | Vince Papale

Screw the Naysayers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2019 46:32


This is another first for Screw the Naysayers. In 2006 today’s guest had a movie made about his life story. It was called INVINCIBLE and starred Mark Wahlberg in the role of Vince Papale. How cool is that. Invincible packed theatres and is widely regarded as one of the most inspirational sports movies of all time. It was 1976 Vince was a 30 year old teacher and coach at his HS Alma mater, part-time bartender and die hard Eagles fan. His life changed when he decided to act on a whim and a dare and entered the unprecedented public tryouts for his beloved Eagles.  A ten year season ticket holder and former track star who did not play a down of college football, Vince made the team! Having now added “cancer survivor” to his bio, Vince continues to hold the record for being the oldest rookie in the National Football League (kickers excluded). He was recently honored by the Eagles and their fans and was named “Most Outstanding Special Teams Player” during a celebration of the Philadelphia Eagles 75th anniversary. Vince is married to former US World Team Gymnast, Janet Cantwell, and they reside in Cherry Hill, NJ, with their two children Gabriella and Vincent. In this episode Vince tells us what it was like seeing his life being told on the big screen, offers insights from his upcoming book, and will melt your heart when he tells you why he wishes he was born ten years earlier. Bring a kleenex for a happy cry. Vince Papale is the real deal folks. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did speaking to Vince. You can reach Vince at: Website: http://www.vincepapale.com/   Please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to hear your thoughts, comments, and stories, or just make a connection.Email-  tim@screwthenaysayers.com Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/stnwithtimalison/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/screwthenaysayers/ LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-alison/ Screw The Naysayers- www.screwthenaysayers.com Full episode at:iTunes: https://apple.co/2LkWSPV Screw the Naysayers Episode Page: https://screwthenaysayers.com/Vince-Papale                   Google Play Music: https://bit.ly/2NBgqMv Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2MF5T6g

Produce Yourself
EP94 - Real Estate Special w Terence Michael

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2019 105:27


Want to make money in real estate? When I’m not producing stories in Hollywood, you can find me deep-diving into the fascinating world of real estate. What may seem complicated or expensive at first really isn’t. There are dozens of ways to enter, even if you have very little discretionary money to invest. In this in-depth 2-hour podcast, I break down the strategies and approaches I personally use to build wealth with property. Some of these will be familiar to you, but I promise, many won’t! There are a lot of unique and cool ways to participate in real estate that aren’t widely known. I’m here to share those with you.  I discuss: owning vs renting, buying a house or income property, which is better and why, Airbnbs, 1031s, Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs), taxes, depreciation, syndications, LLCs, platform investing, debt vehicles, equity stacks, Opportunity Zones, and more. Don’t let the fancy words scare you. It’s super simple, tangible, and accessible. If you’re a creative like me, you have the need for tactile, concrete concepts like numbers and money. Our daily lives are filled with dreams and ideas that take time to come to fruition. I believe this is why so many of us in Hollywood love and play in real estate on the side. So take a listen. Even if you never ever intend to invest in real estate, you may find some nice actionable take-away for other areas of interest, especially if you own or run a business. PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family    

Grynd Lyfe with Don Martin Live
#305 Master Mining

Grynd Lyfe with Don Martin Live

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2019 45:49


On today's episode of Master Mining we have a very special guest for you all!  Former NFL athlete turned entrepreneur and author: Mr. Dennis Franks. To go deeper into the mind of this master, make sure to check out his book, alongside famed Vince Papale, The Last Laugh! Excerpt below.   "Vince Papale and Dennis Franks have seen their fair share of adversity. From being told they'd never make it in the NFL to making the tough transition to the business world, the odds have seldom been in their favor. And yet, despite these challenges, Vince, Dennis, and their star-studded hall of fame have managed to meet their goals and get their last laugh. How? The answer is simple: the Victor's Code. A huge thank you to Dennis for being a part of the show.  https://dennisfranks.com/   For more content like this, hit the subscribe button and be sure to check our next episode of Master Mining! Follow us on social @DonMartinLive        

Grynd Lyfe with Don Martin Live
#306 Master Mining

Grynd Lyfe with Don Martin Live

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 30:45


On today's episode of Master Mining we dive into the mind of Mr. Invincible himself: Vince Papale!  This is an episode you don't want to miss!   Vincent Papale is a former professional American football player. He played three seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League following two seasons with the Philadelphia Bell of the World Football League. Papale’s story was the inspiration behind the 2006 film Invincible.   If you like our content, please hit the subscribe button and be sure to share our podcast!   Follow us on social: @DonMartinLive

Produce Yourself
EP93 - Just Write The F***ing Book (Part 3) Michael Addis

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2019 65:58


Part 3 of 3 for filmmaker, Michael Addis' journey to writing his first book.  This time we discuss a range of topics from the qualities of cover design, how to source them or make them yourself; the importance of book titles and more importantly their sub-titles. Michael ponders whether one's life is extraordinary enough to write a book in the first place. Many books are about triumph or incredible journeys. What if you have something important to share bit isn’t mind-blowing? And what if you want to write, but aren't a writer? Michael talks to us about TEMI.com, which he uses to transcribe his audio "writing." How do you get reviews? When do you get reviews? Are they even important? Michael shares the story about the time he bought a silver jeep to appear more manly and it backfired. He proceeds to then share more stories before the guys get stuck on the new phrase, "opening the kimono."  The conversation eventually takes a very left turn when Michael talks about “opening the kimono.” Listen until the end and you'll understand. Is it just me? I don't think so! PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family    

Produce Yourself
EP92 - Just Write The F***ing Book (Part 2) Michael Addis

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2019 70:00


Part 2 of 3. The discussion with filmmaker, TV producer, and comedy guru Michael Addis continues on his journey to becoming an Author. What program is best to write your book in, does it even matter. How long should it be (and does that even matter too?). Get the words out first. Vomit them out. Edit later. Don't let editing paralyze you from getting all of your cluttered and disorganized thoughts out. That process of writing and getting everything out without censor and worry for grammar and spelling is important. Most writers strategize this way. We discuss how to organize your thoughts and chapters and front-loading your book with the best information. What do you do when you're already set with your book strategy and get an even better idea or approach? What is writers block? Is it even real? The hack to simply writing, no matter what it is, to get you into the mode and help clarify your thoughts.  PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family    

Produce Yourself
EP91 - Just Write The F***ing Book (Part 1) Michael Addis

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2019 62:52


[Part 1 of 3] Michael Addis is writing his first book and seeking my armchair advice on where to begin. He’s already written, directed and produced movies; written, directed, and produced TV shows; written and performed comedy, written and performed music. One of the last mediums left for Michael is book publishing. So on his journey, while writing his first book, Michael is using me as a sounding board. He wants to know about my experience, pitfalls, shortcuts, advice, and everything in between that I collected while writing my first book, “Produce Yourself.”  In this episode we discuss if, and why, someone should write a book in the first place - the benefits, writing for the right reasons, the process, etc. ***** PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST... On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. It's the only way I know. Follow me on Instagram ***** You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page Or go directly here: On iTunes/Apple Podcasts iHeart Radio Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Listen Notes TuneIn Castbox Stitcher Radio Public ***** The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family    

Produce Yourself
EP90 - Brianna Bruderlin - TV Producer To Fashion Empire

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2019 58:41


I love Brianna Bruderlin. She not only talks the talk, she walks the walk. She left a very lucrative and successful career as an executive producer and show runner of major network TV to create her own brand ownership. And she stepped into an industry she knew zero about. Without having any fashion experience, manufacturing experience, or any experience running or starting a business; in typical producer fashion, she said, "I'll figure it out." And so she did. Brianna is proof that if you're not fulfilled or finding meaning in what you've been doing forever, it's time to make a move and create a new world for yourself. Listen as Brianna takes us on her journey to figuring out how to launch the successful and unique brand, The Fox And The Mermaid. Follow her on Instagram @TheFoxAndTheMermaid PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST On iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. That keeps me going! Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family    

Produce Yourself
EP89 - Dave Schulz Explores Bitcoin's Future

Produce Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2019 66:14


Dave Schulz is a film/TV producer, entrepreneur, and most recently bitcoin advocate. In this special episode, we take a slight departure from Hollywood and peak performance focus to help explain and explore the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. What is blockchain? How will this impact what we do in the future? Is it worth investing? Or is it all just one big crap shoot? You heard Dave talk about Hollywood and TV producing back in episode 21. But it just so happens, Dave has taken a deep dive into the crypto-verse, and he's here to show you what we're in store for. PLEASE ENGAGE AND SUBSCRIBE Follow me on Instagram You can also access all of the different apps and platforms (11 in all) this podcast plays on here: Official Podcast Page The book "PRODUCE YOURSELF: Apply Hollywood's Proven Formula To Become The Hero Of Your Life" is available everywhere. And PLEASE SUBSCRIBE on iTunes/Apple Podcasts so I know you like the show and want to hear more episodes. That keeps me going! ***** SHOW DESCRIPTION: What began as a humorous analysis of just behind the scenes TV and film production (originally with co-host, director/producer and comedian Ian Gelfand), has now grown into an observation of The Hero’s Journey taken by professionals working in all aspects of Hollywood. The focus is on obstacles, side-hustles, approach, process, optimization and seeking peak performance both on set and off. This podcast is about learning to “Produce Yourself” in many areas of life, by hearing from people who have fought to get where they are in movies and television. ABOUT THE HOST: Emmy-nominated producer, Terence Michael, has produced over 20 movies and 30 TV shows (Duck Dynasty). He additionally hosts 2 podcasts about the entertainment industry. In his spare time, he invests in real estate, runs a mortgage business, has two Airbnb properties (Palm Springs and Joshua Tree) and consults entrepreneurs on how to monetize their passions and be happy in the process. Terence has been developing, producing, and delivering story content, from film to television, over the course of ownership in three separate production companies covering most of the major studios, networks, and agencies in "Hollywood." He has now produced feature films distributed by studios such as Sony, Universal, MGM, Lionsgate, and HBO; and executive produced television shows airing on networks such as NBC, Fox, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Lifetime, TLC, Spike, Esquire, Syfy, Travel Channel, and A&E. Terence enjoys both developing and producing intellectual properties and formats for 100% Terry Cloth as well as show running other existing network or cable shows. Additionally, he has guest lectured and consulted on development, financing, story, packaging, and nuts-and-bolts producing panels for the Cannes Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Independent Film Project West (IFP), Film ITConference, the SXSW Film Festival, AFI, and UCLA Film Extension; has been featured in magazines and publications, such as The Los Angeles Times, MovieMaker, Moving Pictures, Back Stage West, Independent Film and Video, Screenwriters Utopia, Writers Script Network, Venice Magazine, Newsweek, Details, The Christian Science Monitor, FitSmallBusiness.com, MyCorporation.com, Business.com, MagnifyMoney.com, and The PennyHoarder.com. He received an Emmy nomination in 2017 for Travel Channel's "Planet Primetime." Terence Michael has collaborated with many artists and brands in his films and TV shows, including: Actors: Scarlett Johansson, Ben Stiller, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Tambor, Tea Leoni, Tom Sizemore, Katherine Heigl, Peter Dinklage, Giovanni Ribisi, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Jaime Pressly, Mia Kirshner, Michael McKean, Britt Robertson, Oliver Hudson, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jonathan Tucker, Nora Dunn, Skeet Ulrich, Cheryl Ladd, Alan King, Elizabeth Reaser, Megan Mullaly, Jennifer Morrison, Erin Bartlett, Jesse Bradford, Adam Goldberg, David Krumholtz, James Tupper, Jill Clayburgh, Eric Szmanda, Eric Mabius, Eric Schaeffer, and lates Alan King, Jill Clayburgh, John Heard Comedians: Adam Carolla, Tom Green, Chris Hardwick, Flula Borg, Ken Marino, Alonzo Bodden Athletes: Football’s Vince Papale, basketball’s Rick Barry, motocross’ James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Todd Potter, and the Metal Mulisha team, skateboarding’s Tony Hawk, Buckey Lasek, Jason Ellis and snowboarding’s Shawn White, triathlete’s Wendy Ingraham and Chris Legh Musicians: Aimee, Mann, The Verve Pipe, Jill Sobule, Blink 182, Amanda Kravat, Foxy Brown, Usher, Vanessa Carlton Hosts/Authors: Amanda De Cadenet, Karla Cavalli, Allen Haff, Paul McKenna, Lisa Williams, Grant Imahara, Leeann Tweeden Brands: RedBull, Degree, Monster, Playboy, Jabbawockeez, The Golden Nugget, Joe’s Crab Shack, Oakley, the Duck Dynasty family  

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 2: “Mr. Invincible” Vince Papale

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 61:01


Some of Hollywood’s most inspirational movies were born from the world of sports. One in particular inspired not only sports fans but anyone with a pulse. In 2006 Walt Disney Pictures continued their triumphant tradition of motivating sports stories with the release of INVINCIBLE. It’s a stirring football drama starring Mark Wahlberg as Vince Papale, an ordinary guy who, against all odds, takes his shot at every fan’s fantasy of going from the grandstands to the gridiron. It has been described that Papale’s odds of achieving his wildest lifelong dream of playing for the Eagles as “one in a gazillion!” It was 1976 when this 30 year old, a teacher and coach at his HS Alma mater, part-time bartender and die hard Eagles fan decided to act on a whim and a dare and entered the unprecedented public tryouts for his beloved Eagles. Inspired by this quote from his high school coach mentor, “Happy are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make those dreams come true”, he figured he had nothing to lose. Papale, a ten year season ticket holder and former track star who did not play a down of college football, not only paid the price and made the cut . . . he made history! It was a time when Philadelphia fans were buried in 11 years of defeat, when Americans were battling the lingering effects of Watergate, the Vietnam War and a sweeping energy crisis. Ordinary people appeared badly in need of a champion from their ranks and Vince answered the call. Now, in today’s uncertain economic times he continues to respond to the need for a motivating hero who knows what it’s like to battle and overcome adversity. Instantly electrifying the fans and eventually winning over skeptical teammates with his gritty play, Papale helped the Eagles rediscover their winning ways. From being voted Special Teams Captain by his teammates to earning Eagles “man of the Year’ in 1978 for his numerous charitable activities Papale was an NFL sensation until a shoulder injury ended his playing career in 1979. Having now added “cancer survivor” to his bio, Papale continues to hold the record for being the oldest rookie in the National Football League (kickers excluded). He was recently honored by the Eagles and their fans and was named “Most Outstanding Special Teams Player” during a celebration of the Philadelphia Eagles 75th anniversary. “Not often can a person see a film made about their own life’s journey,” Papale said of Invincible. “What’s even rarer is having that movie described as inspirational, motivational, and giving hope. There’s a feeling of intense pride and humility that, at times, is overwhelming.” Vince is married to former US World Team Gymnast, Janet Cantwell, and they reside in Cherry Hill, NJ, with their two children Gabriella and Vincent. Today, he electrifies audiences and is regarded as one of the top motivational speakers on the country. The ultimate underdog continues to thrill audiences with his energy and humor.

Team Never Quit
Vince Papale – Philadelphia Eagles walk-on & oldest rookie in NFL history – “Invincible” movie biography

Team Never Quit

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2018 95:17


Vince Papale was a School teacher who never played a down of college football. He was a substitute teacher and part-time bartender. None of this matters because he possessed an ‘invincible’ spirit. Marcus, Rut, and the Wizard along with Vince will inspire you to begin believing that you can live out your dream if your willing to work harder than everyone else. Vince’s epic story and profound passion to inspire others will leave you wanting to face the adversity in your life and begin developing the Never Quit mindset. #GreatStoriesIgniteLegends Support the show.