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exploring the importance of mindset management to be a successful entrepreneur that is able to embrace failure and pivot when faced with obstacles it's time to breakthrough to your ultimate potential + manifest your goals by shattering limiting beliefs , rewiring your mindset, embracing failure, giving up perfectionist tendencies + kill imposter syndromethrough this series i'll be sharing stories of resilience + best practices for entrepreneurs looking to master their mindset + shatter limit ...
 
This is a no BS guide to launching a podcast that helps you grow your brand and business. I've personally launched over 50 podcasts for clients in several different industries. The strategies I share here are the results of success and failure. I've lived and breathed podcasting for the past 4 years and on this podcast, you'll hear my best advice for successful business owners, brands and entrepreneurs who are looking to podcasting launch a podcast that takes off and establishes you as the g ...
 
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Join me for a conversation with breathwork practitioner Sarah Novak as we discuss anxiety, trauma and the way our emotions manifest in our bodies. I ask Sarah key questions to understand more about what breathwork is and the ways that this modality can aide in relieving anxiety and heal past trauma. Since this interview, I decided to try out 1 on 1…
 
Dr. Camila Williams is a board certified clinical psychologist that specializes in perfectionism and will be talking about how to take control of your life back if you feel like you might be a perfectionist www.drcamila.com I'm taking a leap... I always believed perfection was the ultimate goal to strive for. Failure taught me how necessary it was …
 
I've got a great topic for you today. We are talking about the four key things you need to know about podcast categories when it comes to making sure your show ranks, you have a great launch and you get seen by the right people. If you haven't launched a show, you are going to want to learn and listen to today's topic. *Get the free training on how…
 
This episode is going to be huge! I have with me today, Jamie Atkinson who is the host of Entrepreneur Junkie Movement podcast and has helped entrepreneurs everywhere to create and successfully launch a profitable podcast in 60 days. Sounds not feasible? Brace yourselves and hear from Jamie the underlying reasons why it can be done and so much more…
 
In this episode, I get to chat with Alyssa “Twist” Light who is known for creating marketing for the people in your audience right there and then. Right in front of business owners and salespeople whom she’s never met before, Twist can come up with everything your business needs in strategies, marketing designs, props, hashtags and more while makin…
 
How long should my podcast episodes be? Should it be an hour long? Thirty minutes? Are five-minute podcasts a thing? These are the questions that we aim to answer today. Join Luis Diaz as he discusses the things to consider for deciding the length of your podcast. This isn’t a one-size-fits-all kind of answer, so make sure to stay tuned! By the end…
 
Wondering if you should launch right now, with the world up in flames? Yes, you should! Don’t let the pandemic hold you back from growing your business. In today’s episode, I explain why right now is the best time to start a podcast. Your competitors are working on growing their business now, don’t fall behind waiting for the pandemic to end. Work …
 
Do you want to know how you can reach new people in a way that is authentic and effective? Is there a way to do it without running costly ads? Oh yes, it can be done. This is why I created this particular episode because I want to give my awesome listeners the best tips to launch a podcast that will grow their business, get more clients and build t…
 
Do you want to use podcasts to help grow your business, build your personal brand, and become more successful and better known in your industry? In this episode, I speak about the seven myths and pitfalls to avoid when launching your podcast in 2020. Tune in and learn ways how you can avoid these traps and set yourself up for success. *Get the free…
 
Are you planning on launching a podcast or starting a new one? This topic will help you throughout your journey in podcasting. In this episode I will speak about the minor things you need to know that will make a huge difference over the long-term. *Get the free training on how to start, scale and monetize your podcast. Go to Facebook, search for m…
 
In the midst of Turtle mania, surrounded by Street Sharks, Battletoads and Martian Biker Mice, one studio decided to do things backwards: What if we made the tie-in videogame first, and made the cartoon second? Unfortunately the game was a disaster, so obviously the adventures of Bullet-head Man, Horny Buzzsaw-for-legs Girl, Sentient Toolbox and uh…
 
Wouldn't you know it, John doesn't spend enough time with his family! But that's ok, they're going on a long cruise, just the four of them. But oh no! The boat sank, they're drowning! But that's ok, they washed up on an island, with people and everything! The people tell them they've been there for decades and you can never leave, but that's ok! Th…
 
Our first Failure to Launch for 2020 is the super-1985 Suburban Beat, the story of 4 suburban housewives thrown together by circumstance (they wanted to) to solve the murder of their friend. I say friend, but to be honest they're kinda glib about the whole thing. This quickly changes, however, as the details of the murder become more and more serio…
 
Two kids cuddle a shitty mannequin who turns into a man with a blue mullet. He avoids getting stabbed in 80s New York City while teaching the kids about centrist politics. None of them can sing, but they do and you can't stop them. This is Creating Rem Lazar, and it's madness. You can find Sarah and Michael's podcast, Sarah and Michael Save Christm…
 
This week we're looking at our oldest pilot ever, Madame Sin, a 1973 attempt to kinda do Bond on TV, but what if the villain was the protagonist and also Bette Davis? She's got everything: weird gadgets, a secret lair, underground lab filled with mad scientists, a delightfully camp second-in-command, even a plan to steal a nuclear submarine! The on…
 
This Failure to Launch covers The Owl, a trapped-between-eras vigilante hero who is both an 80s style down-and-dirty street justice thug and, in 90s style, named for a dumb bird. When The Owl comes up against rapping drug dealer Cool Ice (he has a henchman with a boombox on standby), no amount of carbombed daughters or late city busses can stop him…
 
It wouldn't be a season of Failure to Launch without a crimefighting dog, so here's Sniff, another pilot from the 1988 CBS Summer Playhouse (pls bring this back CBS it's been so bountiful.) Robert Wuhl, best known for being that reporter in most of Kim Basinger's scenes in Batman '89, is Sid Barrows, a reporter in most of the dog's scenes in this t…
 
Failure to Launch is BACK, with... essentially the same pilot we left you with. Scott Bakula* gets into an accident with a space probe,* and ends up with superpowers.* He has to fight a billionaire* with the help of a love interest.* This time though, instead of a son, he has... the Island... also the probe is inside him. Right up there. Two years …
 
In this 'Christmas' edition of Failure to Launch, we examine I-Man, a Scott Bakula Sci-Fi vehicle in which he learns the meaning of Christma- wait, no, he inhales a mysterious gas from space. After inhaling it, he finds he has been turned into Jolly Old Saint Nicho- whoops nope he gets blown up and miraculously recovers, as he is now immortal. Actu…
 
This week on FtL, we travelled back in time, then forward again, to look at a sexy, revamped version of the Three Musketeers. But these aren’t your grandma’s stogy old Musketeers, all 17th Century and French and shit. These bad boys (and girl! Fancy!) live in America in the year 2000, only… different. There’s no guns (or even, y’know, muskets), and…
 
This week in our 101st EPISODE EXTRAVAGANZA (whoops) we treat ourselves with a locally-shot action extravaganza: Irresistible Force, a.k.a. POWER COP. Detective Stone, who's too old for this shit (i.e. getting shot on a weekly basis) is thrown into a Die Hard Lite™ hostage situation with a brand new partner, rookie cop and all-round arse booter Cha…
 
This week on Failure to Launch, we raced through Our Thirties, a 2006 sitcom that, like all other sitcoms from the era, was trying to be Friends. Our Thirties hook was a cast of characters with midlife crises on the horizon, examining what they wanted out of life. Turns out it's weddings. Weddings weddings weddings, heteronormative pairings and giv…
 
At Failure to Launch, Halloween's not over yet!* Closing out this extended spoopy month is The Omen, a mid-90s attempt to serialise the 1970s film. In this version, Hotshot Reporter JACK MAN and two other people we don't care about because their names aren't JACK MAN team up to fight some sort of... possessey, flying, snakey... thing? Also it has h…
 
This continuation of the spooky month has us watching Ultraviolet, a 2000s attempt by FOX to adapt a British series about cops and vampires. There were cops, and there were vampires, but they might have… forgotten what those are. Anyway, Idris Elba. Reviewers: James Ferris, Alex Malone, Lisa Dib, Harry Brimage Soundboard: Andrew Cherry…
 
This week’s spooky Failure to Launch travels back to the 1970s, dipping into the US’s trendiest fear of the time: Satanists! These particular Satanists are silently guiding Jessica, a young woman, through life in the hopes that she’ll one day birth the anti-christ. Unfortunately her car is struck by DACK RAMBO, a freelance journalist who immediatel…
 
This week Failure to Launch examines a late-90s relic from MTV, Sorority. An attempt to riff on classic college comedies like Animal House, but with a twist: instead of misfit dudes fighting the stuck up arseholes in the snooty frat, it’s all about misfit women fighting the stuck up arseholes in the snooty, uh... sorority. Sounds kinda progressive,…
 
After his boss is killed and then he himself is killed (but not really), he teams up with a hot Walkman fence slash wheelchair-bound child race fixer, hangs out in a crypt and fights crime the 1930s way - wearing a little mask and punching people dramatically. Also, Niles from The Nanny plays an art dealer, but he’s not in it much :( Reviewers: Jam…
 
This week Failure to Launch takes a look at the 2003 (oh my god guys, it’s so 2003) pilot for The Lone Ranger. It’s got everything a great western should have, cute boys, top 40 hits, an extended drug trip sequence, y’know all the classic western stuff. When optimistic young college boy Luke Hartman is almost killed by a bunch of no good outlaws, h…
 
This week's Failure to Launch examines a 1990 semi-supernatural cop show created by Wes Craven. Wes Craven! He’s pretty good at stuff! It’s about a cynical cop teaming up with a possible lunatic to hunt a serial killer with a paranormal twist. One of them believes in the supernatural, the other is skeptical. Gee, that sounds like a good show, one t…
 
This week's Failure to Launch examines a 1977 sci-fi pilot, Exo-Man. Sounds fun, right? It's about a brilliant scientist who, through amazing technology, builds a bulletproof, invincible robot suit. Sounds cool, right? He faces off against the mob, who are out to kill him before he can testify in open court. Sounds exciting, right? There's car bomb…
 
This week Failure to Launch ponders Dr. Paradise, the story of the titular doctor, played by Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon), and his medical practice on a tiny tropical island. He's your classic grumpy arsehole doctor, so you'd expect him to have some redeeming feature to balance it out, right? Well, add these things to the scale: He owns the island,…
 
This week Failure to Launch examines B-Men, another CBS Summer Playhouse pilot. Jim, a smart, funny & handsome high schooler, & Kevin, a high schooler who’s just smart and funny (ripped off), accidentally catch a criminal with a $25,000 bounty on his head. After this easy payday, they decide to get into bounty hunting despite still attending high s…
 
Failure to Launch enters a new year by going BACK IN TIME! Synergy! This week we drop back to 1992 for a pilot that takes us to 1775, aptly titled '1775'. Someone at CBS thought the year before the violent, bloody American Revolution would be a good setting for some Married with Children alternate-universe fanfic, so that's what we've got. The elde…
 
Strap in, old sport! This week we cover Amazon’s Z: The Beginning of Everything, a glitzy take on the Zelda Fitzgerald story. Amy Stephenson (podcaster, author) joins us to talk books, babes, and manic pixie dream girls. Watch the pilot here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftT5kP-Fpas Watch the series here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017APVGL4…
 
This episode we celebrate the triumphant return of superfans Stu Coltrell (Lidsville) and Jonathan “Mudflaps” Stratton (Wonder Falls) and discuss the XFL. The conversation hustles from wrestling to football to toxic masculinity and all the drunk things we sang along the way. Watch the first game here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioh3dXJnzws…
 
Grab your crucifix and hold on tight! This ain’t your grandmas christian television, it’s time to get extreme!! With the book of Daniel; a hard edged and realistic look at the life of a modern christian family. Things are about to get real. We’re talking drug abuse, racism, homophobia, drug trafficking, and internet piracy. NBC are ready to talk ab…
 
This week's Failure to Launch covers Crowfoot, the story of Detective Nick, er, Crowfoot, a half-Native American cop working in Hawaii who has psychic powers and may also be able to shapeshift, although he's not sure about either of these things. You'd think this'd be enough to base a show on, but Crowfoot is also about: His partner Det. Lisa, an o…
 
CW: Child abuse This week's Failure to Launch covers Mason, a 1975 sitcom vehicle for child star Mason Reece. Mason was already famous nationally for a number of TV commercials, so getting him is own show was a sensible decision. The next decision the show runners made, though... look, if the content warning didn't clue you in to this pilot's 'come…
 
It’s a packed house on Failure to Launch this week as we examine Riverworld, a 2003 SyFy original, except it’s not because it’s based on a fantasy book series. Strap yourself in for some tedious world building! Basically a bunch of people who died at different points in history wake up together, naked and screaming, in Riverworld; a big ol’ planet …
 
This week on FAILURE TO LAUNCH we shine a light on DARKLIGHT, a 2004 Sci-Fi Channel saga starring Shiri Appelby (Roswell, unREAL) and Richard Burgi (The Sentinel, Desperate Housewives), as they fight demons, mad scientists and the plague with the power of blackface! Based on the Legend of Lilith, who God created to be Adam’s wife, Lilith was suppos…
 
This week on FAILURE TO LAUNCH we trash GARBAGE PAIL KIDS, starring the voices of Tara Strong (Powerpuff Girls, Fairly Odd Parents, My Little Pony) Cree Summer (Inspector Gadget, Tiny Toons) and Alyson Court (X-Men, Beetlejuice). Based on the popular trading cards of the 80s that were in turn a parody of the popular dolls "The Cabbage Patch Kids", …
 
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