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A podcast about cults, extreme belief, and manipulation – from two hosts who’ve actually lived it. Hosted by Lola Blanc and Meagan Elizabeth. If you have your own story about cults, high control groups, manipulation, or abuse of power - leave us a voicemail at 513.900.2955 OR shoot us an email at TrustMePod@gmail.com. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @trustmepod @oohlalola @vibehigherbitch OR TWITTER: @trustmecultpod @ohlaloka
 
A lively conversation about the latest interior design trends, travels to industry events, current design projects (the good, the bad and the ugly), do’s and don’ts, product recommendations and more. Just a warning - this is going to be fun and not too serious! After all, they do still have an interior design business running at full speed. Hosted by Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole, two nationally published Atlanta Interior Designers with a wealth of information to share and stories to tell abo ...
 
Mike Reilly, best known as the "Voice of IRONMAN Triathlon," is a world-renowned race announcer, commentator, and author, who has called millions of endurance athletes across a finish line. In this show, he talks with successful people from all backgrounds about their inspiring stories of struggle and achievement in sports and life. Join Mike as he relives their incredible journey from start to finish. Listen at mikereilly.net/podcast
 
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Public Service Podcasting

Russ Glennon, Ian Elliott, Karin Bottom

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We explore all things public service, management, and administration from the world of academia and practice. Hosted by Russ Glennon, Karin Bottom and Ian Elliott. Contact us at info@publicservicepodcasting.com Intro music: What's The Angle? by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com. Outro music: Canon In D Interstellar Mix by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
 
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You're a child living on a remote compound in West Texas. One day authorities show up at your front door and an exchange of gunfire breaks out. Just as you expected would happen. Survivor of the Branch Davidians and the Waco massacre, Joann Vaega, discusses her earliest memories of living on the compound, what cult leader David Koresh was like in p…
 
Industry expert Julianne Taylor joins us today to discuss monetizing social media and the importance of getting your face on camera as a designer or business owner. Julianne shares with us why your presence is important on social media, discusses the work behind content creation, and how mindset plays an essential role in showing up. Listen to this…
 
Can you keep a secret? Lawyer and author of Manhattan Cult Story: My Unbelievable True Story of Sex, Crimes, Chaos, and Survival discusses his attraction to esoteric philosophy, how he joined Sharon Gans' secretive group School, the strict social rules members had to follow and the similarities it shared with Fight Club, the financial and psycholog…
 
Gabriel's curiosity and fascination with exploring and adventure has seen him take on an Arctic Circle Expedition as well as an epic 3,200 km cycling adventure on the EuroVelo this year. His enthusiasm and cando attitude, along with his genuine interest in people and helping them succeed will have you signing up to your own adventure before you hav…
 
Jesus bootcamp, anyone? Musician Luis Favela shares what it was like attending the Christian youth training camp Honor Academy, part of an evangelical youth organization called Teen Mania Ministries. Luis shares his story about growing up as a religious youth leader, attending Honor Academy only for it to turn into a military style bootcamp, the ph…
 
Dede Griesbauer is an American Triathlete who currently lives and trains in Boulder, CO. In 2011, Dede had a near career-ending crash during IRONMAN Germany. She broke six bones; an elbow, two ribs, her pelvis in two places, and her hip. She was told she'd never run again. However, Dede had other plans and was back on the race course, competing in …
 
While Joann was on vacation, I spoke with today’s guest, acclaimed photographer and longtime friend, Emily Followill. Over the last 25 years, Emily has developed an incredible portfolio of work where she captures iconic images that tell the stories of people, places, and beautiful spaces. We talk about her early work and what a typical day looks li…
 
Writer and author of several books including Hazing: Destroying Young Lives, Hank Nuwer, discusses the various forms that hazing can take, why he started tracking data of deaths and injuries, a history of tragic incidents, the functions and alternatives of hazing, how it varies between fraternities and sororities, and general discussions of group d…
 
Working as a speech and language therapist in the NRH in Dublin, sport is not only her passion but it's also her outlet for fun, socialising and delivering some standout performances including; runner-up placings in the Triathlon Ireland National Series in 2018 and 2019. She went on to win the Triathlon Ireland National Duathlon Series in 2019 and …
 
Filmmaker Evan McNary discusses his childhood in an exorcism focused church, believing in demons, helping with church exorcisms, having "possessed" people living in his home, and attending a Pentecostal church where members would laugh and scream for hours on end. PLUS: an interesting conversation about how a world with less religion is a double-ed…
 
As you all know, we are connectors and collaborators and all-around lovers of people. So today we are having a chat with another design friend who we know you will adore – Mally Skok. Originally from South Africa, Mally Skok is a Palm Beach-based interior design and textile artist. Since launching her successful interior design business after movin…
 
With 24 hours of cycling around the 3.4km (approx.) track, riders could race as a solo, two, four or eight-person team for the event. I was thrilled but apprehensive to have been selected as a rider for the Cycling Ireland Women's Commission who had entered a team of eight riders from across a diverse background of ability and experience into the e…
 
By 2013, Andrea Peet had run a marathon and done nine triathlons, including a 70.3-mile half IRONMAN. In 8 months, she went from the strongest she'd ever been to walking with a cane – as she was diagnosed with ALS in May 2014, at 33 years old. ALS is a debilitating disease for which there is no treatment or cure. Andrea realized that if there was s…
 
Casting director and former Christian G Charles Wright talks about growing up Christian and struggling with his sexuality, a natural disaster he was caught in the middle of, why he calls his mom a psychopath, and how he shed the influence of his upbringing and finally accepted himself and his sexuality. Got your own story about cults, extreme belie…
 
On today’s episode of Inside Design, longtime Kandrac and Kole Interior Design client, Cindy Murphy, joins Joann to discuss her recent home renovation. What started as a small kitchen renovation, grew into a much bigger project. Cindy knows what it’s like to work through all the excitement and challenges that come with a major renovation, so she is…
 
Sara & Danny, hosts of Not Another True Crime Podcast, join Lola and Meagan to discuss the tragic cases of Matthew Coleman and Anthony Todt and delusional conspiracy theories that they believed, the recent wave of con men documentaries, the cults of Reddit and SoulCycle, the link between Mormonism and MLMs, and Meagan's family connection to the BTK…
 
Her journey has ebbed and flowed along the way, but Katie has powered through each obstacle, winning multiple medals and accolades, Katie represents Ireland in the PR2 W1x category and is a member of Galway Rowing Club, she previously rowed for UCD, whilst studying to become a Vet, her second passion in life, rowing being her first. She took up row…
 
Joanne Murphy is a native of Cork, Ireland, now living and working from Galway, Ireland. The former professional fundraiser turned professional speaker spent 11 years working in the charity sector with Enable Ireland and the Irish Cancer Society before taking the plunge in 2016 to follow her passion for sport and work full time in the industry. Cou…
 
Former One Direction stan Monia Ali shares her involvement in various fandoms throughout her life, how old she was when she became a One Direction stan, the conspiracy theory she became wrapped up in, the online bullying she experienced when she left the fandom, and the role of identity and community in these groups. If you have your own story abou…
 
We are thrilled to be speaking to David Thurston on today’s episode of Inside Design. David is the CEO and Founder of Pulp Riot, an international professional hair color line that was acquired by L’Oreal in a multi-million dollar deal. We had the privilege of hearing David speak at Cosentino’s Global Design Summit and knew we had to bring him onto …
 
Want to learn how to levitate? Cult Interventionists and Founders of Cult News 101, Patrick Ryan and Joe Kelly, talk about their work with ICSA (the International Cultic Studies Association), how levitation played into their experiences with Transcendental Meditation, early cult deprogramming and why it was problematic, how most people leave cults …
 
A European and World Champion and in 2016 at the Rio Olympic she secured Ireland's first medal in sailing since 1980. She became the Female World Champion at the Moth Worlds in July 2017 and later that year joined the ' Turn the Tide on Plastic Team, for an adventure of a lifetime in the Volvo Ocean Race. In recent times, Annalise has been tearing …
 
This is a special edition and bonus episode of Tri Talking Sport where Helen Murray, host of The Inside Tri Show and I collaborated on a special one-hour live show called the ' Tri Commute' on Friday 20th May, celebrating some of the fastest long-distance triathletes in the world! Our guests on the night were; Kat Matthews, Ruth Astle, Laura Siddal…
 
UK consultant clinical psychologist and one of the authors of the power threat meaning framework Lucy Johnstone shares how her work is meant to re-conceive how we think of mental illness, why the DSM is flawed, the position of why labels are problematic, how "ideological power" factors in, how "mental illnesses" can be adaptive, and the importance …
 
We are so excited to have Kelli Lamb join us today. Kelli is the Editorial Director and Co-Principal of RUE, a print and multimedia interior design resource. Kelli regularly moderates panels and is a guest speaker at top design events around the country, like Design Camp in Los Angeles, High Point Market in North Carolina, and Design Week in Las Ve…
 
UNC Charlotte professor and psychology researcher Dr Richard Tedeschi discusses his pioneering work on post-traumatic growth, how his field is different from resilience, how core beliefs are involved in our trauma, what "integration" means, and the value of an "expert companion," having a mission, and sharing your story. Learn more about Richard's …
 
Other notable results include National Middle Distance Champion 2019 and 2021, National Duathlon Champion 2021, Individual Pursuit Champion 2018. At the Ironman 70.3 World Championships held in St. George last year she placed 3rd in her age group and has had multiple Age Group Wins across Ironman Lanzarote 2021, Ironman 70.3 Lanzarote and Ironman 7…
 
How do we self-regulate when faced with triggers? CEO of the Arizona Trauma Institute and President at the Trauma Institute International Dr Robert Rhoton digs into the physiology of trauma, why the particular therapeutic model isn’t THAT important (as long as our therapists are trauma-informed), how being dysregulated is akin to a certain Marvel c…
 
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