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On brand with ... I love listening to other people’s experiences in business. When I present, I like to use stories to illustrate the key principles of personal brand and impact in action, bringing the theory to life for my audience. On brand with brings these ideas together, adding colour, and sharing stories of personal branding in action. My vision has always been to bring the power of personal branding to as wide an audience as possible. For individuals to use their personal brand to unl ...
 
Fantasy Dating provides singles with an alternative to scrolling endless online dating profiles by challenging them to dare to date in real life. Like in other Fantasy Sports, players form leagues, set stakes and compete against each other to earn points. But when they Fantasy Date, they earn points by dating. Each week on Fantasy Dating Radio, Suzanne and Ryan talk with experts and explore dating tools that put a fun twist on dating. Wondering how to market yourself for marriage or find a t ...
 
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Fade To Black

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Fade To Black

Amon Warmann, Hanna Flint, and Clarisse Loughrey

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Fade To Black is a weekly film culture podcast co-hosted by film critics Hanna Flint (@hannaflint), Clarisse Loughrey (@clarisselou) and Amon Warmann (@amonwarmann). It takes a deep dive into the latest movie news, hot cinema takes and reviews the best new releases all in one place. It also gives listeners a chance to hear from some of the brightest stars of cinema through exclusive interviews with major talent. The podcast champions inclusivity by covering a broad spectrum of film and cultu ...
 
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On Your Mind

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On Your Mind

Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D.

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What’s on your mind? Are you or a loved one struggling with mental health challenges? Do you have a specific personal or professional interest in mental health? Perhaps you are looking to build mental and emotional resiliency. The On Your Mind podcast by Journey’s Dream brings together professionals in the field who are successfully supporting people through mental health challenges to a place of true and lasting well-being. Here you will find hope and inspiration. You will walk away with pr ...
 
Get Your Mind Set. Become a better person today. You know you deserve it. You know you can grow, and you can help others, too. We’ve all been there. At some point in our lives, we’ve all felt like we’re stuck in some area – whether in business or relationships. Many have gone through therapy, and yet haven’t been able to move forward. What’s going on? What’s blocking you, and how do you get unblocked? Let hypnotist, author, speaker, and success coach Mark Yuzuik guide you into gaining contro ...
 
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Few people have experienced the struggle of psychiatric patients like Ronald Bassman has. Ronald has seen both sides of the locked door. At the age of 25, he was institutionalized at a psychiatric hospital and treated with electroshock, insulin comas, and massive doses of medication. In this episode, he retells the traumatic events that led him to …
 
#bemoremandy A conversation about ‘putting more life in your days’ from a special lady running out of days in her life. Mandy is a true inspiration. She began working with Charities as a volunteer since 2004 and has helped raise more than £2 million for good causes across Huddersfield and beyond. In April 2021, she was diagnosed with a rare and agg…
 
This week… Amon talks to Reggie Yates, Reda Elazouar, Elliot Edusah, and Jordan Peters about mega-90s throwback Pirates (07:41); Halle Berry leaps into the ring in order to make her directorial debut Bruised (21:09); the year of Lin-Manuel Miranda takes its victory lap with Disney’s Encanto (35:02); and it’s a dynastic struggle like no other in Hou…
 
We don’t talk enough about children’s mental health but it’s something that we should have more awareness about if we want to help children with learning and behavioral problems. Some people are helping us do this in interesting ways and one of those is this episode’s guest. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D sits down for a conversation with Wynford Dore of …
 
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie considers Donald Trump a friend, but he has been outspoken against the former president’s insistence that the 2020 election was stolen. He is now considering a run for president in 2024 and has said a Trump candidacy would not stop him. He joined David to talk about the need for truth in politics, his battl…
 
This week… we’re barking up Jane Campion’s tree with The Power of the Dog (04:32); serving up some opinions about Will Smith in King Richard (18:21); looking at the childlike wonder of Celine Sciamma’s Petite Maman (32:12); and there’s something strange in the neighbourhood so we’re calling Ghostbusters: Afterlife (40:30). PLUS, in this week’s Hot …
 
Rep. Pramila Jayapal came to the US for college at just 16 years old. She found success in finance, nonprofits and activism before deciding to take her fight to politics. She joined David to talk about knowing when to use her legislative leverage as chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, getting the bipartisan infrastructure bill over the f…
 
Brainspotting is the revolutionary new therapy that brings about life-changing breakthroughs. With the advances in brain-based therapy, more people are seeing results that address issues that take talk-based therapy a lot of time to resolve. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D discusses this technique with its creator, David Grand, Ph.D. David…
 
This week… it’s a theatre kid takeover with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s adaptation of the Jonathan Larson musical Tick, Tick… Boom! (6:25), Odessa Young and Josh O’Connor star in period drama Mothering Sunday (21:18), and Dénes Nagy takes us to the occupied Soviet Union in WWII, and the depth of hell, in his narrative feature debut Natural Light (34:22). …
 
Growing up in England’s distressed coal country, there weren’t many opportunities for bright, ambitious people like Fiona Hill. Through hard work and some lucky breaks, Fiona rose to deputy assistant to the president and senior director for European and Russian affairs on the National Security Council. Consequentially, she also became a household n…
 
We all carry emotional scars on our psyche. People have an unlimited potential to love, we just need inside out healing of our emotional wounds. In this episode, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. is joined by Dr. Richard Moss and they discuss emotions, feelings and love. Richard talks about his experiences and how he got into mindfulness practices. Richard …
 
In January of 2002 the Spotlight investigative team for the Boston Globe dropped a bombshell when they revealed a story about sexual abuse within the local archdiocese of the Catholic Church. Boston, a heavily Catholic city, was left reeling as it learned of a total of 87 priests who had been accused of child sexual assault but were never brought t…
 
This week… Kristen Stewart takes on the monarchy with Spencer (08:30), Oscar Isaac does his best poker face in The Card Counter (26:44), Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson finds another excuse to be in the jungle in heist comedy Red Notice (39:45), and Chloé Zhao enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the all-star Eternals (51:32). Plus in this week’s Ho…
 
This week, we’re bringing you an episode of CNN’s Margins of Error. It's been a year since Americans waited on edge to find out the winner in the strangest election of our lifetimes. CNN’s Harry Enten revisits that night and gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how election night turned into election week. He'll also explore the repercussions of th…
 
Maximo User Groups (MUGS) Alex Walter of Reliability Web speaks with Scott Shilling of Prometheus Group about the importance of community and sharing. They dive deep into the value of collaboration and the impact meetings like Maximoworld and other user Maximo User Groups can have on success and progress in your maintenance journey.…
 
Mental health care supported the haves rather than the have-nots much more than anyone would like to admit. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. presents Sean Perry, who created We R HOPE Incorporated to make mental health care accessible to children who can't afford it. Sean explains how some things shouldn't be about money, and mental health is one of them. …
 
This week… Ruth Negga chats with Hanna about new black and white Netflix film Passing (06:39) and then the pod team discuss Rebecca Hall’s directorial debut (22:58), Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho (31:04), Guillermo del Toro produced horror Antlers (44:46), and Netflix prequel Army of Thieves (55:35). Plus in this week’s Hot Take (01:11:26), we …
 
Public theologian Russell Moore has long encouraged evangelical Christians to focus on practicing religion rather than engaging in culture wars, something he found increasingly difficult under former President Donald Trump. Moore left his leadership post at the Southern Baptist Convention earlier this year and now works for Christianity Today. He j…
 
Scott Smith of Skookum Contract Services • Director, Reliability and Asset Management and Zachary Rose of Interpro Solutions • Director of Technical Services Learn what the Maximoworld experience teaches you. Learn from their Maximoworld Award winning 'Best Partnership.' Asset management and mobility is a huge advantage to organizations today as th…
 
Our emotions undeniably impact our well-being, and studies have shown that it often manifests physically. But how far have we come in understanding this "emotion code?" Today's guest is Dr. Bradley Nelson, a renowned expert on natural and holistic methods of achieving wellness, where he focuses on helping people release their emotional baggage. He …
 
After his death, Vincent van Gogh’s work became some of the most instantly recognizable paintings ever laid to canvas. While he was alive he was relatively unknown, broke, in poor health, and suffering from what was most likely a severe mental illness. Van Gogh would help create the story of the “tortured artist,” or one whose mental illness blesse…
 
This week… Léa Seydoux chats with Clarisse about Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch (09:23), and the pod team discuss the journalistic cinematic endeavour (23:39); Timothée Chalamet pops up again in Denis Villeneuve’s blockbuster adaptation of Dune (37:39); The Age of Musicals continues with Dear Evan Hansen but is the Broadway adaptation golden? (…
 
Anderson Cooper is now a well-known CNN anchor, but he got his start in journalism armed with just a camcorder and a fake press pass. Cooper is also part of the storied Vanderbilt family, which he writes about in his latest book Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty. He joined David to talk about the corrosive power of money and how …
 
When you’re in distress and you just don’t know what to do to make you feel better, you can try a treatment to soothe you unlike no other. Be the best version of yourself, and tune into this episode! Brad Yates explains what EFT tapping is and its effects on mental health. Brad Yates is known internationally for his creative and often humorous use …
 
In episode 33 of the Fade to Black podcast, the gauntlet has been thrown down for a trial by combat in The Last Duel (31:43), Ridley Scott’s French historical drama starring Adam Driver, Matt Damon, Jodie Comer and Ben Affleck. The killing continues in Halloween Kills (47:03), and Ron’s Gone Wrong (59:12) in Disney’s latest animation about one boy …
 
When journalist Evan Osnos returned to the US in 2013 after eight years in China, he experienced somewhat of a culture shock. He found the underpinnings of the country shaken, so he set off to find out why. Evan joined David to discuss his journey from small-town newspaper photographer to The New Yorker writer, how technology has made China more au…
 
You are meant to achieve great things. It’s time to restore hope in yourself and rebuild the core connection that will lead you to success. Learn from Mira Rubin as she shares how you could reconnect with your core. Mira is a transformational coach and podcast host who is committed to helping people reconnect with their core being and to find their…
 
How do adults learn apposed to young people? Why are maintenance people more likely to learn from visual and kinesthetic learning? With over a decade of experience, and human development theory, you will enjoy this conversation with Jay West, President of EAM Masters and Richard Bowman Director of Operations, and direct overseer of Training at EAM …
 
1980 would change the lives of Robert Shafran, Edward Galland, and David Kellman forever. Each had been living separate lives as young men growing up in New York during the 1970s. When a case of mistaken identity led Shafran to Galland, a beautiful story started to emerge of long-lost twins, each adopted to different parents in their infancy. As ne…
 
In episode 32 of the Fade To Black podcast, critics Amon Warmann, Clarisse Loughrey and Hanna Flint review Steven Soderbergh’s No Sudden Move (5:02), eerie American drama John and the Hole (15:04), and Disney+ Halloween special, Muppets Haunted Mansion (26:49). Plus a little chit chat on The Addams Family 2 and the What If…? season finale. Plus, fo…
 
Journalist Robert Costa is known for his in-depth reporting on former president Donald Trump and for co-authoring a new book with legendary journalist Bob Woodward, but his first claim to fame was convincing John Mayer to play at his high school prom. Robert joined David to talk about his years covering the Republican Party, the ongoing threats he …
 
Brain tapping has a lot of positive impacts on your mental health. So be prepared for a life worth living and tune into this episode. Dr. Patrick K. Porter summarizes the benefits of regular use of the brain tap device. Dr. Patrick is an award-winning author, speaker, and the founder of BrainTap, the leader in technology-enhanced meditation. Over t…
 
In episode 31 of the Fade To Black podcast, critics Amon Warmann, Clarisse Loughrey and Hanna Flint review documentary My Name Is Pauli, a look back at the empowering life of non-binary civil rights activist, lawyer and priest Pauli Murray (16:54); Gigi Saul Guerrero takes us to Bingo Hell in the latest “Welcome to the Blumhouse” film series (28:22…
 
Monica Lewinsky has been many things: White House intern, media punching bag, writer, anti-bullying activist, and now, producer. She talked to David about her upbringing and her parents' tumultuous divorce, her struggles with mental health following her affair with former President Bill Clinton, the dangers of social media, and how she took back co…
 
Alex Walter of Reliabilityweb speaks with Scott Yates CEO of EDI and Eddie Clayson Director Airport Maintenannce at SLC Airport. In this episode they discuss the merits of focusing on time to value as a key benchmark of a successful project. They also discuss the positive results possible when teaming with others who start from a place of taking in…
 
When you hit rock bottom feeling like happiness is out of reach, and there's nowhere else to go, remember that life is full of surprises. There is always an opportunity to heal and recover so you can live your best life. Join your host Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D., as he talks with Morgan Beard about managing depression and anxiety for personal develop…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode describes extreme acts of sexual violence and murder. Listener discretion is advised. Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka met on a balmy summer night in Toronto, Canada, in 1987. They had an instant attraction, as each seemed to indulge the dark psychological longings of the other. Paul, who had already begun building a ca…
 
In episode 30 of the Fade To Black podcast, critics Amon Warmann, Clarisse Loughrey and Hanna Flint review Arthurian adaptation The Green Knight (26:20), Netflix drama The Starling (45:02), Kaouther Ben Hania’s The Man Who Sold His Skin (56:43), and Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark (01:11:37). Clarisse also speaks to directors Peter Morti…
 
This week we’re bringing you an episode of CNN's Total Recall: California’s Political Circus. You probably remember that Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected Governor of California. But do you remember how it all happened? The blackouts, the budget and of course, the car tax! CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent, Dana Bash, takes you back to the origin…
 
Every child is a brilliant learner. Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. presents Dr. JoQueta Handy, an Integrative Medicine Practitioner who opens new pathways to educate children with autism. Dr. JoQueta has an immense passion for helping these children succeed in the classroom. She explains that every child is full of learning potential; we just need to ste…
 
Alex Walter of Reliabilityweb speaks with Katriona Levins of Bentley Systems and Michael Salvato of Mott McDonald about the importance of developing a diverse company culture. By including voices from different perpsectives in the daily dialogue companies' ability to act in an informed and successful way multiplies exponentially.…
 
In episode 29 of the Fade To Black podcast, critics Amon Warmann, Clarisse Loughrey and Hanna Flint review documentary-turned-West End show adaptation Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (09:19); Karen Gillan plays an assassin with mummy issues in Gunpowder Milkshake (26:20); Ann Skelly plays a trainee vet with, er, mummy issues in dark thriller Rose P…
 
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns can pinpoint the exact moment he knew he wanted to be a storyteller. After witnessing his father cry during a film, he understood the power of an impactful story. That, plus the tragic death of his mother which he calls the defining moment of his life, spurred a passion for storytelling that unearths the past and “wa…
 
Alex Walter of Reliabilityweb speaks with Suzanne Livingston of IBM about the exciting roadmap for Maximo and the many next wave tools it is teaming with to bring the ultimate maintenance solutions to end users. They discuss the process of realizing some of these goals in the covid era and the ultimate payoff in value for the client.…
 
When faced with difficulties, we tend to lose hope in everything and question our purpose. It’s absolutely the time to turn your struggles into positivity and take care of your mental health. Steve Miccio discusses wellness action plans with your host, Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D. Driven by his personal experience of being diagnosed with a mental illne…
 
From a humble beginning in Littlefield, Texas, to Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Dr. Richard Nisbett has lived an extraordinary life as a widely influential social psychologist, the key points of which he explores in his new book, Thinking: A Memoir. In this interview, Dr. Nisbett talks about his contributions to psycho…
 
In episode 28 of the Fade To Black podcast, critics Amon Warmann, Clarisse Loughrey and Hanna Flint review Aretha Franklin biopic Respect (9:07), Dublin-based drama Herself (23:37), Gerard Butler actioner Copshop (31:27), and 9/11 relationship drama Copilot (41:15). Plus in our ‘Hot Take’ (53:18), with Malignant not being screened for critics, we a…
 
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