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Voted #1 in Vue weekly Magazine , Metro Magazine , nominated 8th in the world against Adam corolla , Artie Lange and Dan Savage in the mature category & Winners of Monkeys Fighting Robots peoples choice award in the amateur podcast awards The Awesome Hour is a SOCAN licensed podcast on all things awesome from pop culture to strange news to bad life choices with a music bed of tasty tunes. From top40 to heavy metal and everything in between. The awesome hour is just that Alec , Ivan and Corbo ...
 
A weekly film review podcast hosted by a couple of nerdy college students that's only sometimes pretentious. They will be reviewing some classics from the Criterion Collection, and an occasional Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO or even Showtime film. Our esteemed reviewers will also spend some time discussing new movies that they are excited about and any other exciting industry news they happen across.
 
Join Esther Boykin and Erica Turner, two licensed marriage & family therapists who run Therapy is Not a Dirty Word- a collection of workshops, retreats, happy hours, and other awesome ways to bring people and therapists together in real life. We bring professional expertise into beautiful, fun, and inspiring settings to make the wisdom of therapy more accessible to everyone. With that being said… let’s start the podcast! |Psst... podcasts aren't therapy. Please consult a health professional ...
 
Debbie, Liz, Michele and Sharon are friends who grew up together in a small town on California’s Central Coast… right on the border of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties. The sheer number of shared articles of clothing, sleeping quarters, beach trips, school dances, road trips, adventures (both sober and not!), and meaningful moments just makes our collective heads spin. There is just something about hometown friends.. They get you, they speak your language and know your lingo, they ...
 
This podcast will reveal some simple strategies to get your first clients, grow your business, and market your services online as a tutor in any subject. There are five mistakes even experienced tutors make that can be costing you a LOT of money. Are you falling into any of the common traps? You might be surprised. Eric Earle has started 4 different tutoring companies and been working in the tutoring industry for over a decade. Currently he runs his tutoring businesses remotely and travels a ...
 
GayVoice Podcast is a podcast that focuses on all the sh*t you have no time to. So if you wanna catch up with all the mess going on in the world, but don’t want to spend hours down clickbait articles, gossip instagrams and youtube rabbit holes, GayVoice delivers all the hottest topics in a one to two hour podcast, with a gay twist. We’re your gay best friends who you’re not sure really like you but always have your best interests in mind. We’re also your black bitter aunties who you love spe ...
 
It's tough coming up as a caring person with empathy. Struggling as a person who just wants the world to behave & function. That's not too much to ask is it?! As an empath, it's especially hard watching this world get meaner & more cruel, lacking in the compassion most of us grew up with. But that's not to say there aren't wonderful people & awesome beauty in this world! Only that we have to fight for our freedom & right to exist, to watch ourselves in this world from would-be attackers. I l ...
 
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If you're working for a company like varsitytutors.com, tutordoctor.com, or a local tutoring company, you can think of it like Uber driving. Uber uses contractors. The difference between a contractor and an employee is that for a contractor, you can choose to open your Uber app and select a trip. You don't have a manager telling you to go pick a ri…
 
How can you write about yourself in a compelling way? A lot of being successful as a tutor actually comes down to writing. You need to write an advertisement. Maybe it’s on Craigslist. Or you might have a website. You need to figure out how to write something that gets customers to raise their hands. One of the biggest mistakes people make is they …
 
I keep my iPhone on me—I keep it very close. And when I get an email from a new lead, I try to adhere to my five minute rule: respond to every lead within five minutes. There is a study suggesting you are 300% to 400% more likely to convert a lead into a sale when you respond right away. We live in a world where things happen fast. People want to g…
 
After the first couple lessons you know how to get your first clients. And once you have a client the question becomes how to expand, develop, and move your business forward. One of the first things I want to touch on is the importance of getting into a weekly schedule with your clients. You should be meeting each client at consistent times each we…
 
When I started tutoring I made a profile on universitytutor.com and forgot about it. For a couple months no one responded to me. But then I got a few requests, and I started working with those clients. And I liked it so I started looking for other ways to find more clients and grow my business. But those profiles were the first step. So if you’re j…
 
So, why should you be a math tutor? Math is one of the most important subjects. Many families are interested in getting their math issues solved—and they can pay a good amount for it. If you have some skill in math (and it doesn't even have to be much skill), you should be able to make 30,000 to $70,000 as a math tutor, working for yourself or for …
 
On this super long season 1 ender, I talk about what went right and wrong on the show, what I've learned, what season 2 will be all about, and I address our culture today and how people aren't listening to their conscience anymore, but rather allowing our culture and media at large to influence people, making them weapons for and against a particul…
 
In this episode Rebecca and I try to understand the Mothman phenomenon. During our research we uncovered connections between the infamous mothman sightings in Point Pleasant, West Virginia and the Silver Bridge Collapse of 1967, and also of sightings of UFO's, Men in Black, possible poltergeist activity, and Indrid Cold, known by researchers as "Th…
 
In this episode I explore the differences between an empath and a dark empath, and then between a dark empath and a sociopath. We'll talk about the psychological term "Dark Triad," and the implications of that. Finally, I'll try to make sense of it all, from the different schools of thought for and against the term "dark empath," and to figure out …
 
In this fun episode Rebecca and I talk all about bigfoot, starting from the beginnings of the legend and bigfoot's climb to pop culture fame, to the scientific findings and best evidence, to the more magical and mystical side to the bigfoot belief and phenomenon. Then we leave you with our overall thoughts about what we believe is likely to be true…
 
In this fun and light but very emotionally honest episode, Rebecca and I talk about our likes and dislikes, how we get through when we hit an emotional wall, and some of the things that exacerbate our anxieties and stresses, and how we pull out of it. Finally, we'll talk about success/happiness momentum and how little wins each day add up to overal…
 
In this heartfelt episode I talk about friends and family, and how to find balance in letting the right people in and letting the wrong people out of your life. Then I'll talk about my experience with friendships in the past, and how to find "your tribe" of like-minded people, and how to simplify and maintain balance and happiness in your life and …
 
In this fun and light episode we talk about the psychology of ghosts, what their intentions might be, and what they might be going through. Then we speculate about what the ghost world or astral plane, or ether is, and how and why it sometimes intersects with our reality. Then lastly, we talk about the season 2 finale of The Secret of Skinwalker Ra…
 
In this episode I talk about what greatness is, as I've been watching the Olympic Games. I'm reminded of who my heroes are, and a special person I met at a very young age that helped shape my attitudes and world view. I got to thinking about how one can stop believing in themselves, as our cultural attitudes always pressure us to do what's practica…
 
In a previous episode I talk about having an attitude of gratitude. But sometimes life keeps just coming at ya, and over time, that can make you feel like you're drowning, making compromises and sacrifices that make you feel like you're no longer happy or in control of your life. This episode is just a long free form stream of consciousness about w…
 
This episode I talk to my wife about our chronic migraines and headaches and what helps, why empaths seem to suffer physical symptoms more often than most, and how we try to find a balance in our overall health and fitness through natural means and through medical science. Of course on this migraine day of all days, using a new operating system, fo…
 
In this episode my wife and cohost and I talk about what it's like and what it means to be an empath, what living with someone who's "sensitive" like yourself is like, and we'll break down what it's like living out there in the real world with real jobs and real people as someone who's energetically sensitive, for better and for worse. Also, we'll …
 
In this fun filled episode my cohost (wife!) and I talk about Bigfoot , UFO's, and Aliens, and the possible connection between them, if any. We then explore what cyprids are, and lastly, we catch you guys up on The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, the TV show on The History Channel, something we do on all of our "paranormal" episodes! This one was a lot…
 
This is my baker's dozen 13th episode! Here I talk about my desires and concerns for this podcast and what my mission is, my concerns about this world, and the survival and betterment of our species as a whole. I talk a little about where I want this podcast and movement to go, a little rant about "toxic positivity," and the general feeling of worr…
 
In this episode I finally talk about my experience as a chef, what culinary school is like, the ins and outs of the biz, my culinary heroes, and how to cook by understanding and embracing the spirit of a dish, of a culture, or a particular ingredient. It was a long time coming, but I thought since I'm called Chef Bry Comedy, I had better spill the …
 
In today's fitness crazed culture it gets easy to get discouraged or overzealous. As a fitness runner and veteran, I've learned the ins and outs of what works and doesn't work when you're trying to stay fit and look your best, both physically and mentally. I'll talk about my experience in fitness and running, what works for me, times when I couldn'…
 
When you've lived long enough, your idea of what cool is changes with time. While we all want to be cool, relevant, and well liked, sometimes we have to sacrifice coolness for goodness. As a comedian, I've learned that if you want to be funny, you have to be able to sacrifice being cool for putting yourself out there and really just going for it. R…
 
In this episode I talk about my chronic pain condition fibromyalgia, what it is, what it isn't, and my story of how I was diagnosed, and my journey from feeling like a victim to now feeling like a victor.Chef Bry Comedy
 
On this episode Rebecca and I explore the ghost phenomenon, where I talk about the 12 types of ghosts, exploring the paranormal on YouTube and various paranormal channels, and my theory on the different phases of a ghost manifestation; from orb to full bodied apparition. As well as why people in general, and why we in particular, get into the paran…
 
On this episode I talk about the 6 types of being an empath, how to block and filter negative energy, the nature of energy and intention, and my thoughts on the 6 types of empaths, how they are similar, how they're different, and how to think about the phenomenon of being an empath as a whole.Chef Bry Comedy
 
In this episode, fresh from being upset about this economy, and tired of too many people struggling out there, I explore what this economy is, what kind of economy it is we're living in, how jobs and the economy gets politicized to push a wealth agenda, and things we can do to feel empowered and find direction in an economy that doesn't naturally f…
 
I get to the point where if I'm tired or in an uncertain mood, I start to feel weird and overexposed, and start feeling weird about myself being out there for everyone to hear, scrutinize, and criticize. There's a couple of things I do to allow myself to not become my own worst critic, and to not be just a people pleaser, even though in my heart of…
 
Having a little bit of situational depression and anxiety myself, and having been struggling with loss and grief for some time now, here I try to talk about the subject as candidly and frankly as I can, and try to offer solutions in finding and maintaining balance. I enjoyed recording this episode very much, it helps me so much, and I hope it helps…
 
This week Devren, Kelso & Carlx discuss the audacity of the Trump administration, J.K Rowling's Transphobia, and THE Ungodly Hour.Check out Norm for yourself:Normnyc.comDice Drinks N Drama Youtube & Twitch:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-sDSA1yY_fZd21XjmnULPwhttps://www.twitch.tv/search?term=dice%20drinks%20n%20drama…
 
In the chaos of our current shitty state of the nation Devren, Kelso & Carlx do an EXTREMELY DEEP dive into Lady Gaga's Chromatica. This is the Mother Monster of reviews. This is GayVoice.Dice Drinks N Drama Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-sDSA1yY_fZd21XjmnULPwDice Drinks N Drama Twitch:https://www.twitch.tv/dicedrinksndramaGet your abse…
 
Devren & Kelso discuss systematic racism, how we have been handling things and reform. This is GayVoice. To those of you risking your lives to protest the injustice in our country, we thank you. Thank you for facing racism head on. Thank you.Time Magazine's Article with organizations you can donate to:https://time.com/5849721/how-to-help-black-live…
 
Devren, Kelso & Carlx share our zoom meeting with you. This episode was recorded on zoom do to the shelter in place orders in New York City. So we thought us gays could get together and give you a music review episode. Stay safe, stay gay, stay home. This is GayVoice.GayVoice
 
In this episode of "With That Being Said", Esther and Erica share about the importance of setting AND communicating your boundaries with others. No relationship is without boundaries, so Esther and Erica discuss how you can communicate your boundaries even when it's difficult, and why they believe boundaries are actually necessary to form meaningfu…
 
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