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Director John Slattery (Mad Men) discusses his latest film. God’s Pocket is a darkly comic crime drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and an ensemble cast made up of some of independent film’s finest character actors, including Richard Jenkins (Jack Reacher, The Visitor), Christina Hendricks, John Turturro (Transformers, Fading Gigolo) and Eddie Marsan (Filth, Tyrannosaur). Hosted by Charles Gant at the Apple store, Regent Street in London.
 
Empowering Resilience in the Face of Adversity. This podcast shares the stories of the every day underdog - people who are overcoming adversity in all areas of life. Spreading hope, and specific action steps to help take your life from Stage Four 2 On Stage just like the host - Dylan Slattery overcome cancer twice, depression and obesity before age 27.
 
Director John Slattery talks about making God’s Pocket, a comedy starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Christina Hendricks. When Mickey’s (Hoffman) crazy stepson Leon is killed in a construction "accident,” nobody in the working class neighborhood of God’s Pocket is sorry. But when the boy’s mother demands the truth about his death, Mickey finds himself stuck in a life-and-death struggle between a body he can’t bury, a wife he can’t please, and a debt he can’t pay. Also stars John Turturro and ...
 
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Patrick discusses the newly leaked George Floyd video, which proves that the media knew all along that their narratives was bull honk. Also, he points out that the real victims of the Epstein-Maxwell kosher certification ring was the young girls who were groomed or the politicians who were compromised, but is was you and I.…
 
Patrick and callers discuss the insanity of wearing masks, questions about the germ theory of disease, postponing the election, and even the awesomeness of Belarussian president Alexander Lukashenko. There’s a mustache we can believe in.Door Republic Broadcasting Network
 
Patrick joins Andy Hitchcock for a discussion of the most fundamental issues facing civilization. Topics discussed included: why we are being forced to wear masks; the discrepancies regarding the various lockdowns; how the Elites seem to have scrapped their practice of imposing their will on us via gradualism and have now thrown caution to the wind…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be on set with Donald Trump for an episode of the apprentice? Damon D'Amore is a C-Suite Performance Specialist and has been defying the odds for as long as he can remember. From working on wall street in his early twenties without a college degree to giving it all up to pursue a career in Hollywood, …
 
At the age of 15, David experienced a Spinal Aneurysm, leaving him a T-6 paraplegic and a wheelchair user. His ability to overcome obstacles and to achieve success in the face of adversity is what makes his story inspiring and motivating to others. In this episode, you will discover how your ability to endure will always be greater than your willin…
 
"Look at a man the way that he is, and he only becomes worse. But look at him as if he were what he could be, then he becomes what he should be." When you look in the mirror, do you see yourself as you are, or who you're becoming? In this episode I sit down with Antonio Mouzon, Instructor of Personal Empowerment, at the University of Dubuque. We br…
 
Jack Boken (Happy Jack) is one of the most inspirational and infectiously positive thought leaders and has a growing & thriving yoga community around the world. Happy Jack is no stranger to adversity having overcome alcoholism, drug abuse, workaholism, obesity, divorce and cancer. He is grateful for each of these life experiences as they’ve contrib…
 
Carson King, the College Gameday sensation, shares with Dylan how he turned a sign meant to replenish his Busch Light supply into $3 MILLION raised for the University of Iowa Children's Hospital. In this episode we talk about why kindness is key, why it's so important to block out the naysayers, and how small acts can have massive impact.…
 
Jon Gordon’s book, The Energy Bus, was rejected by over 30 publishers after it was written. It has now eclipsed over 2 MILLION copies sold. I originally read The Energy Bus when I was battling stage four melanoma. Being very careful about who I let on my bus and the energy that they carried with them. In this episode, we share stories about challen…
 
Diagnosed before his first birthday and spending over ¼ of his life in hospital, doctors told him school and sport were not options. Infection and fatigue were too great a risk, reaching his teenage years would be a miracle. His only wish was to lead a normal life and be able to do all the things that other kids took for granted every day. But he h…
 
By eight years old, Ben Newman had learned some of life’s greatest lessons. Among them, that our circumstances in life are much less significant than our responses to them, what it looks like to be strong and courageous in the face of adversity, and ultimately what it means to leave a LEGACY. Ben has carried on his mother’s legacy to have massive s…
 
Jerry Schemmel is starting his 10th season as a radio announcer for the Colorado Rockies on flagship station KOA in Denver. Schemmel is the author of the book Chosen to Live which chronicles his survival of United Airlines Flight 232 in Sioux City Iowa in 1989 and the effects that it had on his life. The book has been featured in Reader’s Digest, H…
 
Meridith Alexander and her daughter Schuyler have always shared one mission: Positively impact the world and passionately help people find their purpose. Schuyler was on her way to graduating from Yale, an avid traveler, and a passion for social enterprise. Meridith had a thriving business of her own. On February 19th, 2016 the world in which they …
 
From some of his earliest memories Armand McCormick knew he wanted to serve in the military. He claims he was a recruiters dream, showing up to their office, fully committed to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps. That’s the way Armand’s mind is geared, don’t think, just do. That mentality got him in some trouble in his early years as you will find out,…
 
Elizabeth Lyons is a 5X bestselling author who is obsessed with entrepreneurs’ backstories (also, coffee). She helps entrepreneurs and high-performers write, publish and launch their books so they can grow their brand, expand their impact, increase their influence and leave a legacy. In this episode YOU will discover how to identify what YOUR enoug…
 
From being bullied at a young age for being Filipino in an area of white majority and being raised in a middle class family where getting by was the standard to earning Valedictorian and Summa Cum Laude honors in high school and college, Cris Houlihan has embodied what it means to take complete ownership in the story that we are writing: OUR LEGACY…
 
In 1987, John O’Leary was a curious nine-year-old boy. Playing with fire and gasoline, John created a massive explosion in his home and was burned on 100% of his body. He was given 1% chance to live. This episode will challenge you to ask yourself, "What more can I do?" as the legendary Hall of Fame announcer, Jack Buck, asked himself after seeing …
 
Part 2. With Rocio Perez As if Rocio had not been through enough already, going from hopeless, homeless and left for dead, she found away to not only survive through her first 25 years of life, but got to a place where she was thriving. As she will describe, she was on top of the world. She had the car, the house, the career. All of the THINGS she …
 
By age Fourteen, most would have written Rocio Perez off. After having been beaten, neglected and left for dead by her parents and family, she ran away. A few weeks later, she discovered she was pregnant. With no one to turn to and nowhere to go, she relied on the power of her vision of being a teacher and impacting the lives of those around her. D…
 
Julian Rosen is a thought leader that helps purpose driven people internally create their version of a purposeful, impact filled life. His mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when he was 22 years old, and as a result, he went into a dark place. As time moved on, through silence and reflection, he began to realize that fear works in subtle ways.…
 
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