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Your Transformation Station
Your Transformation Station
Are you tired of getting trite, outdated advice from fake experts that sounds too good to be true? You have a better chance with Google search than the majority of today’s podcasts. Self improvement in 2022 has evolved and now instead join me, Gregory Favazza for a free-for-all on open mic with your industry leaders that makes sense. I won’t do a ten-minute ad for my upcoming book, won’t talk over my guest when they’re sharing good advice, and I will shut someone down if they’re using glittering generalities to taint the dialogue or sharing something that’s irrelevant, I will call them out. I don’t go into politics, but I will ask the experts your burning questions, like is it normal that I’m staying up until 3 AM every night, why did I skip the gym last week, and why the f-ck can’t I stop cussing on my podcast? These questions or some variations of them are what I want to know. The experts of organizational leadership will go into these, and questions like them so that you can stop searching Google for yet another self-help blog. I want to illustrate what isn’t being taught anywhere, how to negotiate with yourself under pressure, the information is here, every week on Wednesday, from me. I will share my perspective with you, I’ll bring up my military lessons, and I’ll relate multiple situations that can be dark, funny, or just plain out there. I have featured multiple types of guests, industry experts, unique hobbyists, coaches, former government members, other content creators, and even past friends. I want the audience to experience each lesson with me as I’m learning it. I’m embracing my vulnerabilities live in front of you so that you can learn to embrace yours. How can you create a transformation in others if there’s no transformation in yourself?
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Your Transformation Station
Hurlements sur la toundra
Hurlements sur la toundra
Une goétie Black Métal issue de l'Arctique sauvage...
Chaque semaine, à partir de la toundra dans un bunker datant de la Guerre froide, l’animateur NAFRE propose des thématiques qui exposent ce sous-genre du métal extrême. Musiques païennes, dénonciations misanthropiques, mutations esthétiques et primitivisme total servent de points de repère dans cette quête farouche et malsaine. Vous y entendrez de terribles révélations, qui brutalement se heurtent au problème de l'existence et à la froide vérité de la nature. Une exploration radiophonique que pour les plus enhardis… (Aussi diffusé par les stations de : CFRT 107,3 Iqaluit, Radio Taïga CIVR 103,5, CJMD 96,9 Lévis, CKUM 93.5 Codiac; CJPN 90 Fredericton, CHQC 105 Saint-Jean; CKMA 93 Miramichi, CHMA 106.9 Mount Allison University, CFRG 93,1 Gravelbourg, CJUM 101,5 University of Manitoba, CKUW 95,9 University of Winnipeg, CHMR 93,5 Saint-Jean-de-Terre-Neuve, CKLU 96,7 Laurentian University, Caper Radio CJBU 107,3 de la Cape Breton University à Sidney et RadioQuebec.biz).
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Hurlements sur la toundra
Derek Taylor's Americana Backpack
Derek Taylor's Americana Backpack
Friday evenings,9-11pm on Radio Caroline Flashback
County Down born Derek Taylor had his first taste of broadcasting on BFBS in Aden in 1966, where his father was serving in the British Army, hosting the weekly Get With It Club! Back in England he worked as a night club DJ before entering drama college and then university. Graduating in 1979, he joined the BBC World Service, working on The Weekly Echo. From there his broadcasting career took him to BBC Radio Suffolk, where he presented a weekly arts show. But he fell out badly with the programme organiser over the anti-war song "Gallipoli". Apparently the song was too long and therefore too costly for the BBC to play. He was told he would never work for the BBC again, and hasn't. Derek next joined a group applying for a local radio license in Folkestone/Dover Kent, producing and presenting the news and the drive-time show. From there he moved to Thanet Radio and presented a country music show. In 1992 Derek discovered the British Archive of Country Music where he has worked ever since as an Archivist. The Archive has nearly a million country music recordings scanning the whole history of country music and its roots. It's this collection that forms the basis for his Archive Roots Americana Show on Radio Caroline. Derek Taylor has also written ten western novels, all still in print. He can't think why, other than the fact that he loves cowboy music!
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Derek Taylor's Americana Backpack

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