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Mom Is In Control Podcast

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Mom Is In Control Podcast

Featuring solo insights and guidance inspired by Danielle Laporte, Mel Robb

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Mom Is In Control is a podcast created for you, the woman who wants more, the overwhelmed ambitious woman, the conscious parent who wants to support their child's emotional needs. If you are looking for inspiration and motivation to start your day, workout or lunch break, Heather Chauvin delivers weekly. Each episode brings you successful women who share their journey, failures, aha moments and successes along the way. We end each episode with a lightning round of action steps, tips and reso ...
 
How do we best live this one brief, magical life? The Warrior One Podcast explores this question through the lenses of mind, body, science and spirit. Featuring interviews with exceptional people who are doing what they love, living abundantly, and making a difference in the world. Featuring original music, storytelling, and humorous insights. The Warrior One Podcast is a tool for manifesting the courage and inspiration to find and follow your own true path.
 
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Imprint with Natalie Walton

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Imprint with Natalie Walton

Natalie Walton - Interior stylist, designer, author and creative entrepreneur

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Imprint with Natalie Walton focuses on how to create a home and life you love. Featuring interviews and insights with inspiring creatives, entrepreneurs and experts from around the world. Imprint explores life lessons that can have a big impact on both your well-being and the world. And simplifies the decision-making process to help you design a life doing what you love. Learn more at nataliewalton.com
 
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Global Warriors Podcast

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Global Warriors Podcast

Keisha Reynolds: online entrepreneur, storyteller and writer

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The Global Warriors Podcast will offer insights and stories from people impacting global change from within their communities and around the world. This podcast is intended to educate you, motivate and inspire you by showing you the difference just one person can make. Your host, Keisha Reynolds, brings insights from nearly 20 years in the communications and storytelling field. And, the global changer interviewees will share their inspirational and transformation stories, as well as provide ...
 
Top podcast for women, wives and mothers who are ready to ditch the burnout and step into their most Confident, Energized and Passionate self! Dorit Palvanov, a registered holistic nutritionist, cycle-syncing expert and femininity mentor helps mothers reclaim their time and energy and live a life of flow from the inside out. On this show, you will learn about creating a flow in your body, flow in your home, flow in your marriage, and flow in your mothering. LIFE OF FLOW is what Dorit is obse ...
 
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Guest:Violinist Elinor Speirs brings her unique violin talent and charisma in to The Cape Talk studio to give John a sneak peak to the creative performance that you can expect at The 2021 Jazz & Classical Encounters Festival Vol 3. There is something amazing that happens when cultures converge. There is surprise and enchantment, chaos and dispute, …
 
Guest: acclaimed theatre director and designer, Fred Abrahams, to celebrate the launch of Yukio Mishima’s THE LADY AOI. Having played to standing ovations and critical acclaim in the USA in 2014 and 2019, Abrahamse & Meyer Productions are thrilled to announce that their celebrated production of Yukio Mishima’s modern Noh masterpiece THE LADY AOI ha…
 
Guest: Daily Maverick Journalist Tembile Sgqolane to discuss the controversial Shell Seismic Study. Marine activists in the Eastern Cape have voiced their anger after Shell announced that it will start a three-dimensional seismic survey in search of oil and gas deposits from Morgan Bay to Port St Johns starting on December Shell has appointed Shear…
 
Guest: South Africa's musical icons, Des Linberg, to discuss the moving literary memoir that has been published this month to recount the musical legacy and unique journey that he shared with his late wife, Dawn Linberg. The original biography manuscript 'Des & Dawn; Every Day is an Opening Night; Our Journey Together' was completed before the trag…
 
"Do the work that feeds your soul, not your ego." -Jessica Walsh In this episode, I talk about: How to make feeding your soul a priority How your self-care routine can impact your business success How to be present in life and business Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ Register for the WHY NOT YOU Challenge here: http://heathe…
 
Guest: Patrick Leydon joins John to explain and assess the reasons for the abandonment of The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy Mining Charter Judgment. The Pretoria High Court Judgment declared that the Mining Charter is a policy instrument and not binding legislation and that the Minister is thereby empowered to make law. The Department …
 
Guest: Dr Nicholas Crisp | Acting director-general at Department of Health South Africa’s acting director-general of health, Dr. Nicholas Crisp, brings answers to critical questions put to John by callers on The Afternoon Drive as the COVID virus evolves each day to the response of new concerns of personal health, medical science, medical treatment…
 
Guest: Prof Lee Berger, Research Professor in Human Evolution at Wits University joins John to discuss an exciting new study that has revealed the evolutionary trail towards the very human trait by which we walk the walk. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
 
Guest: Tony Leon elaborates on the extent that South Africa's new coalitions and mayoral chains have delivered a poisonous chalice that must be carried forward into a complex political future at a local, municipal and national level. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
 
"But there was no need to be ashamed of tears. For tears bore witness that a man had the greatest of courage, the courage to suffer." -Victor Frankl In this episode, Kristen and I talk about: How to support people through grief How to support others' healing process How to be courageous in healing If you would like to connect with Kristen and be a …
 
Guest: GroundUp journalist James Stent joins John to bring an alternate perspective to the issue of the precautionary suspension of the CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) Zolani Matthews. Cape Talk listeners have brought questions and opinions on the matter, and James Stent joins the debate. Matthews was appointed CEO in Febru…
 
Guest: Helen Zille joins John to discuss the unexpected results that arose out of the country's 6th municipal elections , the unprecedented coalition negotiations that these imposed on South African politics and her impression of the “extraordinary results” that define where we stand today and ultimately what the municipal elections say about the l…
 
Guest: Anant Singh It all began with Charlie Chaplin, flickering in black and white on a makeshift screen in their modest home in Springfield, which later led to the neighbourhood children happily handing over their coins to 10-year-old Anant Singh and his younger brother Sanjeev. At age 13, deeply affected by the passing of his father, Anant found…
 
The British newspaper, the Daily Mail, ran a story yesterday saying that British-based fans of Marks & Spencers will now be able to rent items of clothing from the store for as little as £13 or R270. The clothing will be offered via the website, Hirestreet, as the chain becomes first British high-street brand to make fashion available for hire. Wel…
 
Guest: Dr. Greg Mills, the director of the Johannesburg - based Brenthurst Foundation. Dr. Mills elaborates on his assessment of the 'Four scenarios and the funeral(s)' situation that faces Ethiopia whereby 'the powder keg is ready to explode in tragic ways.' The war is marching closer to Addis and there is little evidence of a government plan to s…
 
Guest: 'The Cabbage Bandit' Djo BaNkuna in September after the Tshwane Metro Police raided his veggie patch because they explained it to be illegal to plant vegetables on the council-owned pavement.BaNkuna remained defiant, refused to back down and replanted his garden.On 17/11/2021, The Cabbage Bandit received a letter from the Acting Director for…
 
Guest: Cito (Martin Otto) It’s been twenty-five years of non - stop music making and stage - stomping for the WONDER brothers of Joburg, and there’s no sign of stopping. This gang of four continuously strive to outperform the last version of themselves by always creating, reinventing, and nurturing the chemistry they share on and off stage, acknowl…
 
Guest: Filmmaker Bryan Little to discuss the documentary, 'Ours not Mine'. Mining Companies have a plan for the West Coast of South Africa that will destroy hundreds of kilometers of pristine coastal environments, disrupting local communities, fisheries, tourism and the rugged natural beauty of this globally recognized biodiversity hotspot. The fil…
 
Guest: Dr. Geetesh Solanki is senior specialist scientist in the Health Systems Research Unit, South African Medical Research Council, Cape Town; honorary research associate in the Health Economics Unit, School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape Town; and principal consultant, NMG Consultants and Actuaries, Cape Town. See omny…
 
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