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Welcome to Dropping In to Power, a podcast devoted to empowering women who surf (or dream of surfing) by sharing our personal stories of commitment, courage, frustration, epiphany, and transformation. Whether you are a newbie, soul surfer or a seasoned pro, our stories can collectively lift each other, change our world in the lineup, in our own heads and hearts, and out of the water.
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Movies have always been a shelter for non-normative people. Different lives on the screen help to dream higher or just to escape your reality. By asking LGBT older adults which was their favorite movie when they were young, this podcast will explore those magical connections that, sometimes, a straight narrative could spark on a queer kid.
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In this interview series, we give voice to LGBTQ elders in our midst who have precious stories to share. In living their lives, they have had front row seats to equality advances, declines, triumphs, and tragedies. PFLAG San Jose / Peninsula is providing a microphone and a platform so they can share their lives with us. We hope you enjoy listening!
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Here on Speaking of Partnership, Ken Bechtel interviews leaders from all walks of life such as Alison Armstrong, Drs. Joy and Roy Martina, Ken Page, Dr. Margaret Paul, Bryan Reeves about their personal trip ups and triumphs in partnership. Whether you are looking to create or enhance a personal, professional, romantic or family partnership, Speaking of Partnership is for you. Our guest open up and share stories, often never revealed before, about their biggest trip up and their proudest mome ...
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Whoever said "Don't drink with Strangers" didn't take Pickle backs with this Group. Join Stixx, Nia, and Regal while they tell stories with friends, entrepreneurs, artist, and whoever has a story to tell because we all have one. “Telling real stories from real people.” What is your story?
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ThisPodcast describes what general middle school was like, what most middle school is like, and what in general you can expect from different parts of the middle school. Cover art photo provided by Jess Watters on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@designedbyjess
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Personal War Stories

Idan Ravin & Steve Budin

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Legendary sports gaming entrepreneur and sports personality, Steve Budin, teams up with Idan Ravin: world renowned trainer, former lawyer, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of the nationally acclaimed The Hoops Whisperer. Each week, Personal War Stories -- Life on Plant Earth, delves into the personal struggles we face everyday: food, fitness, relationships, family, values, business, society, pop culture, sports, politics and religion. Renowned industry leaders and disruptive thinkers ...
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I'm a Transformational Life Coach from Greenville, SC. This podcast is a place to share stories of transformation in order to help fuel your motivations and faith that real, transformational change is always possible! Connect with me on these platforms: Website: https://www.natalia-martin.com Facebook: https://faceboook.com/nataliamartinlifecoach Instagram: https://instagram.com/its_natalia_martin Twitter: https://twitter.com/imnataliamartin Email: nataliamartininfo@gmail.com Support this po ...
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The BOOST Podcast: Inspiring Stories of Professional and Personal Growth from Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Healthcare Pros

Elena Lipson, Principal and Founder of Mosaic Growth Partners, Interviews Inspiring Entrepreneurs, Athletes and Healthcare Pros to Hear Their Growth Stories | Strategist | Business Development and Growth Expert | Entrepreneur | Innovator

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The BOOST Podcast is a weekly podcast where Elena Lipson chats with real people about their professional and personal growth. Elena has benefited from intentionally blending her professional and personal growth. She grew her consulting business, Mosaic Growth Partners, to six figures in her first six months while living her best life, traveling, sight-seeing and closing deals in DC, Miami and California. If you’re looking for ways to accelerate your professional and personal progress, BOOST ...
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REWIND TIME! Two and a half years ago, I paddled through an impact zone of technophobia, stagefright, and impostor syndrome to launch an experiment called the Dropping In To Power podcast. My question: Had other women's lives been transformed by surfing like mine had, and did they want to talk about it, and did anyone want to listen? Yes, yes, and …
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It’s happened to many of us – we return to work following the death of a loved one. We’re anxious. Our co-workers are afraid to say or do the wrong thing. Suzanne Jobour returned to work with trepidation following the death of her son, Ben. She now shares her experience openly – her grief journey resulted in a mission to help change grief in the wo…
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"The aircraft started to spin. Not really thinking it was anything unusual, I remember calling the pilot saying, 'Hey sir, are we going to stop this?' When he responded with, 'I can't,' I knew this wasn't going to end well." Click here to check out our web-exclusive interview with Staff Sergeant Mark Lalli. Lalli served in Iraq as a Blackhawk Helic…
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Lieutenant Colonel Henry “Hank” Buttelmann served in Korea and Vietnam as a fighter pilot. In Korea, he flew the F-86, and became the youngest ace of the war at the age of 24. He left Korea with 6 confirmed kills. Buttelmann retired with four DIstinguished Flying Crosses and a Silver Star. In this interview, Buttelmann talks about his time in Korea…
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In this special episode, Lt. Ken Harbaugh, the host of Warriors In Their Own Words, is interviewed by MOH recipient SSG David Bellavia about his service in the Navy. Harbaugh served from 1996 - 2005 as an EP-3 pilot, tasked with collecting signals intelligence from adversaries such as Russia, North Korea, and China. You can find more information ab…
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COL Walter Joseph Marm Jr. served as a rifle platoon leader in Vietnam. When a friendly platoon was trapped behind enemy lines, Marm and his platoon were sent to rescue them. Attempting to take a hill held by the enemy, Marm single-handedly killed 14 enemies with his rifle and a grenade before being shot in the face, shattering his jawbone. He then…
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Welcome everyone! It's been a while, but I'm excited to catch up with you in this episode. Today's topic revolves around the compelling concept of changing habits. Yes, the old adage tells us that it takes about 30 odd days to reprogram our habits and lifestyles. So, let's dive into a personal journey I've embarked on over the last month. Our story…
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Warning, this episode contains harsh language, graphic violence, gore, and description of rape. Listener discretion is advised. CSM Tonya Oxendine served in the US Army for nearly 30 years, retiring as a Command Sergeant Major. She did two tours in Iraq & Afghanistan as a paratrooper. In this interview, Oxendine describes the abuse she endured both…
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Today as a bonus episode, we’ll be airing an episode of Everything Everywhere Daily about Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. Everything Everywhere Daily is a podcast that allows listeners to learn something new every day on various subjects, like history, science, geography, mathematics, and technology. Here’s episode #1321, about Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto. …
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In this final part of his interview, Kim talks about the Battle of Anzio, earning the Distinguished Service Cross, and his feelings about the war. – Young Oak Kim was born in Los Angeles to a Korean family in 1919. He tried enlisting prior to World War II, but was denied due to his race. When war finally broke out in Europe, Congress passed the Sel…
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In this first part of his interview, COL Kim talks about joining the Army, serving as a Korean American in World War II, and the Battle of Monte Cassino – Young Oak Kim was born in Los Angeles to a Korean family in 1919. He tried enlisting prior to World War II, but was denied due to his race. When war finally broke out in Europe, Congress passed t…
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Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Kopser attended West Point before joining a cavalry unit in the U.S. Army. He volunteered to go to Iraq in 2004 working out of one of Saddam Hussein's Palaces and then again in 2006-2007 where he served as a Battalion Executive Officer in the 1st Cavalry Division. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
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Episode Description: Join us in this episode as our host shares her fascinating journey of discovering her hidden talents and potentials through the guidance and insights of key figures in her life. From an English teacher driven by her grandmother's prophecy, a life coach inspired by a student's mother, a yoga teacher encouraged by a friend's obse…
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Welcome to our latest episode where our host, Sita, invites you on her personal journey through the concept of the "money wound". Sita reflects on her changing relationship with money and how it has evolved throughout her life. From a carefree 20-year-old making good money working in a bar, to her transformative spiritual journey in her 30s. She sh…
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Becky Cort combines two passions in her profession of caring for those who are experiencing loss: her compassion for people and her love of horses. Learn about the fascinating world of Equine Assistant Therapy, and the role a horse can play with its ability to create a non-judgmental space for those who are on a grief journey. rebeccacort@comcast.n…
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In this special episode, Lieutenant General Harry Kinnard explains how he helped develop the Airmobile concept- which later became the 1st Air Cavalry Division in the U.S. Army. The Airmobile approach integrated helicopters into the structure of ground forces, allowing troops and supplies to be delivered quickly over difficult terrain, and even ove…
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Captain John Robert Cotter served in the Australian Army in Vietnam. He was a combat engineer, tasked with disarming mines, dismantling booby traps, dealing with gas warfare, establishing roadways for infantry transport, and more. He was among the first to discover the tactical importance and vast scale of enemy tunnels, and it was his job to crawl…
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Lisa and Monica first met on a flight from Las Vegas to Calgary. Little did they know that they would become best friends because of their common grief journey - both had experienced the death of a parent. Hear about their first encounter, the lessons they've learned from each since then, and their ongoing long-distance friendship as they continue …
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Colonel John Anthony Cash served in the Army as a Rifle Company Commander in Vietnam. In this second part of his interview, Cash tells more incredible stories, reflects on the war as a whole, and talks about coming home. Before serving in Vietnam, Cash helped train Cuban nationals in the lead up to the Bay of Pigs Invasion. He later contributed to …
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Colonel John Anthony Cash served in the Army as a Rifle Company Commander in Vietnam. In this interview, Cash recalls hearing updates about the devastating Battle of Ia Drang around a radio, serving in Operation White Wing, and several tragic stories from his tour. Before serving in Vietnam, Cash helped train Cuban nationals in the lead up to the B…
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Holistic nutrition professional and Red Seal chef, Jenna Den Hoed, joins us for a second episode about nutrition and health. Jen will help us reflect upon the foods we purchase and eat. She’ll also take a deep dive into understanding foods that help us sleep better and support brain health. Why not begin 2024 by examining the foods you ingest and b…
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Staff Sergeant Charles Klein served in the Army Rangers during the invasion of Normandy. He commanded a section of riflemen, and as a member of the 5th Ranger Battalion, he was one of the first units to land at Omaha beach that day. In this interview, S/Sgt. Klein recounts his training, D-Day, and being sent home after being wounded in action. He a…
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Sergeant Jim Purvis served in the Army as an infantryman during the Vietnam War. In this interview, he recounts being kicked out of Officer Candidate School, his time in Vietnam, and how Vietnam differed from previous American military conflicts. “Anytime you have a war, it's a very, very sad experience.” - SGT Purvis Learn more about your ad choic…
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From Campbell, CA, meet Eileen Hamper. Born and raised in Ohio, Eileen talks about how it was to not know about her sexual orientation until she was 40 years old. Eileen talks about her growing-up years, her transition to California, how she met her longtime wife Bettie, and how she is currently loving retirement, which turned her loose to "tinker …
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Today as a bonus episode, we’ll be airing an episode of History Daily about the Battle of Stalingrad in WWII which we think you’ll enjoy. History Daily is a show that tells the fascinating stories of what happened “on this day” in history. Every weekday, they share the overlooked and often forgotten stories behind the names and dates of history. Th…
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Staff Sergeant Aquilino Gonell served in the Army in Iraq. He was born in the Dominican Republic, and was granted US citizenship after joining the military. In this interview, he discusses the difficulty of gaining citizenship, discipling a fellow soldier for being cruel towards an Iraqi child, and defending the Capitol on January 6th as a Capitol …
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Holistic nutrition professional and Red Seal chef, Jenna Den Hoed, takes us into the fascinating world of foods for healthy living. In this episode you will receive a wealth of information about why your body works the way it does and why certain foods help you to thrive as you nourish body, mind, and soul. You will learn about stress and food, gai…
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