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It’s a podcast on writing for anyone who’s “not a writer.” Best-selling author and Founder of Find Your Voice Allison Fallon explores the power of the written word to create change in yourself, your community, and in the world through interviews with authors, reviews of powerful books, and short motivational prompts to get you moving in the right direction.
 
In The Tricia Goyer Show, I'm sharing my heart and answering questions about faith, writing, homeschool, big family living, and so much more! I'll also be digging deep into meaningful conversations with other authors, speakers, moms, and God-lovers. I'm so glad you're here! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support
 
Keith and The Girl (est. March, 2005), not to be confused with Amy Schumer's 3 Girls, 1 Keith, which came out in 2018 (ouch!), is a fast-paced comedy show that talks about EVERYTHING. KATG hosts and Podcasting Hall of Fame inductees Keith Malley and Chemda (who are exes) talk openly about their lives including topics such as their relationships, religion and atheism, LGBT community, love, hate, fights, racism, feminism, weed and other drug use, and any comfortable or uncomfortable topic. Kei ...
 
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This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is with Laura Vanderkam on remote work productivity. You can listen to all the shortcasts of Beyond The To-Do list for free by going to bli…
 
Have you ever voiced an idea or opinion, and then wished you could take it back? As people who like sharing our stories with the world, we've likely all said or written something that we wish we hadn't. Our opinion changed, or we realized how we negatively influenced others. When this happens, it's tempting to wonder if sharing our stories is worth…
 
Comedians Murf Meyer and Carrie Gravenson join KATG and discuss death as well as the losses of Norm Macdonald and Diane O’Debra. KATG also discusses: Keith expecting to die at camping Bingo Depression and suicidal thoughts The cause of Trevor Moore’s death Liquor company CEO Ian Crystal fell to his death doing a flip on a Citi Field balcony A man d…
 
Keith and Chemda are here to cover Labor Week and all their various adventures. YAY! Britney is free, so of course now she’ll go and get married. Chemda had her first big outing since the pandemic started in beautiful … Atlantic City, and Keith met his girlfriend’s sister. The duo discusses President Biden’s vaccine mandate and their recent camping…
 
Megan McNealy has devoted her career to helping others achieve their highest potential-- by helping clients attain financial freedom through her wealth management career, and by helping readers and audiences master total well-being through her impactful work as a well-being and success thought leader. In Reinvent the Wheel, McNealy takes on the mis…
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is with Stanley Robertson on Why Quitting is the Last Principle of Success. If you're interested, you can listen to all the rest of the sho…
 
Have you ever asked, "When is my big break?" Thad has been a musician for years, and he was about to move on in his life when he got a call from Jimmy Fallon. This episode Thad shares how he, an artist who was about to stop making music, got onto Jimmy Fallon, the Today Show, and spoke to millions with his music. Art transforms us, and it transform…
 
Aaron Dignan is the founder of The Ready, an organization design and transformation firm that helps institutions like Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Airbnb, and charity: water change the way they work. He is a co-founder of responsive.org, an investor in purpose-driven startups, and a friend to misfit toys. Aaron’s new book is Brave New Work: Are Yo…
 
Comedian Kyle Grooms joins Keith and Chemda to discuss Hurricane Ida, the N-Word in art, and having a cop pull a shotgun out on him while he was on the toilet. Kyle shares the harrowing story of his 9-hour brain surgery, the $500,000 bill, and a scam benefit in his honor. He talks about his decades-long relationship to a nurse and the trickiness of…
 
This is a bonus episode, a shortcast. Shortcasts are something that I've partnered with Blinkist on for a year now. A shortcast is a 10-15 min version of a podcast where you get the core takeaways. This episode is all about the power of habits and how to create them, and is created from my episode with James Clear the author of Atomic Habits. If yo…
 
When is the right time to publish? And, can a “normal” (and busy) person like me actually write a book? Writer, speaker, teacher Caroline Cook has always seen herself as a writer, but the time was never quite right. Caroline is a regular person, with a job and with kids and with lots of responsibilities on her plate. Now, as her kids start leaving …
 
Am I the Asshole?’s Danny Vega joins Keith and Chemda as they discuss Keith learning that he’s royalty and Keith’s dad explaining he can still put God into bread and make others’ priests if he so chooses to. Keith covers the political landscape of his hometown, Somerset, PA, and their disbelief in science. Almost Jeopardy! host Mike Richards not on…
 
Keith and Chemda review the screener of Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11 with its creator Julie Seabaugh. The group also discusses the new Kanye West album Donda, Chemda’s first official get-together during the pandemic, and the latest news regarding Father Malley’s children trying to convince their father that the obituaries he wrote are ridiculous. Th…
 
Juliet Funt is a renowned keynote speaker and tough-love advisor to the Fortune 500. She is an evangelist for freeing the potential of companies by unburdening their talent from busywork. Her new book is 'A Minute to Think: Reclaim Creativity, Conquer Busyness, and Do Your Best Work'. In this conversation Juliet talks about how to reclaim creativit…
 
Everyone has that one person (or people) in their lives: the people who have made life difficult. They might be loved, hated, or just inconveniently around, and you might find it hard to write about them honestly. How do you write about the people who have hurt you? In this episode, author and writing coach Allison Fallon covers: The narrative role…
 
New York City rents have become the most expensive in the United States. WOOOO!!! Also, Rachel Heinemann’s Iris Bahr and Ear Buds’ Chris Mancini join KATG to help discuss the passing of The Rolling Stones’ Charlie Watts’ death, the Nirvana pool baby suing Nirvana 30 years later, and Keith vs. Atlantic City. Iris discusses her time in the Israeli ar…
 
The FDA gave full approval for the Pfizer vaccine. Can you get it now, you weird liar? LET’S GO! It’s just Keith and Chemda today, and shit’s about to get real. Keith reviews The Protégé featuring his lover Michael Keaton (is he using the word correctly NOW?), and Keith has received his parents’ obituaries … written by his dad. Also, Chemda contact…
 
Grant Crowell is a virtual events trainer, a creative communication skills facilitator, a neurodiversity speaker and author. His book is 'GRANTASMS: Creative twisted words for cool people!'. In this conversation, Grant talks about how to use creative techniques to improve workplace communication. This episode is bought to you by: Postie Setapp…
 
In Somerset, PA, on a street Keith lived on, a man was recently arrested for threatening people with his sword. AND WE’RE OFF! Alex English joins the duo as they follow up on their personal lives and news reports. The gang discusses Alex’s adventures in dating and sex, Keith realizing when his mom started losing her mind, Keith sending Dad the Vult…
 
If you're writing a book for the first time, chances are you're hoping to traditionally publish. What most first-time authors don't know is that there are several paths to publishing success out there, and self publishing is actually quite common (and can be quite profitable). In this episode, author and writing coach Allison Fallon talks with Juli…
 
Producer for the Day Lucas picks comedy masters Casey James Salengo and Jimmy Pardo to join Keith and Chemda, and the gang discusses Keith’s holier-than-thou alcoholism, making amends, the third COVID vaccination for people in the U.S., anxiety, and then news that includes Bob Dylan’s sexual abuse allegation, Damon Wayans Verzuz Dave Chappelle, Cub…
 
Pleased with the Vulture article, Keith sent it to his dad from the old Cat email. AND WE’RE OFF! Robert joins Keith and Chemda, and the gang discusses the unsettling times we live in: Afghanistan, Haiti, The Virus … take your pick. Also, Keith replaced his stepson’s dead fish and is playing it off like it’s the original fish. I guess we’ll see how…
 
Ron Friedman, an award-winning social psychologist who specializes in human motivation. Ron has served on the faculty of the University of Rochester, Nazareth College, and Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and has consulted for some of the world’s most successful organizations. Ron's new book is Decoding Greatness: How the Best in the World Revers…
 
KATG’s The Dad Emails gets a featured write-up in Vulture! Jingle jangle, baby! After discussing it, The Daily Show’s Josh Johnson returns to Keith and The Girl, and the gang discusses fights of all kinds and the best ways to finish them. (Josh should know as he bought an axe AND nunchucks.) Chet Hanx doubles down on his anti-vaxx stance as the tri…
 
One of the top questions we get here at Find Your Voice is: "How do I find a literary agent?" On this episode, we talk with literary agent Alexander Fields about everything publishing related! Listen to learn: What a literary agent is and what they do What to do before reaching out to an agent How to reach out to an agent Website: thebinderyagency.…
 
Sex God Billy Procida joins Keith and Chemda, and after discussing his gloryholes and gangbangs, they discuss young adults dying of COVID, people bragging that they finally got the vaccine, and Chet Hanx’s scientific findings. The group also talks about New York governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation and the tricks of sexual abusers.…
 
Keith and Chemda share the awful news of the death of Trevor Moore and the stupid people he confused regarding if Tom Hanks was, indeed, an asshole. The duo then discusses the woman that is suing McDonald’s for $14 over moral damage when a cheeseburger ad caused her to break Lent, Keith being taught the evil of religions that weren’t Byzantine Cath…
 
Jeff Brown is a podcaster, mentor, and speaker. He is the host of the Read to Lead podcast, and co author of the new book: Read to Lead: The Simple Habit That Expands Your Influence and Boosts Your Career. In this conversation, Jeff talks about the power of creating a reading habit and how to optimize it. This episode is brought to you by: Brain fm…
 
What do you think of when you hear the word "poetry"? Maybe "difficult" or "boring"? But what about "lifeline"? Meredith Heller is a California-based poet, singer-songwriter, and author of Write a Poem, Save Your Life. But, more importantly, she was once a teen facing devastating life experiences, who found in writing a way through her pain. In thi…
 
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