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Hey friends! Welcome to the Maybe Swearing Helps Podcast where we talk about hard things. Life isn’t always sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes it’s just plain shitty and hard. The shitty times build our character and remind us that we can get through anything life throws our way. I’ve gone through a lot of shit so you don’t have too and I’m willing to tell the stories. Even the dark ones, the ugly ones, followed by the “you’ll pee your pants” funny ones. So come on now pull up a comfy chair, p ...
 
Have you ever found yourself in a situation you SWEAR, you never could have predicted? We're bringing you the extraordinary stories of everyday people - from the bizarre to the heartbreaking, we aren't holding back. Every week we have a different theme and each week we'll have a different story on that theme - come join us for the ride!
 
No nonsense. Just the straight sh*t about the harsh realities and the wonderful opportunities that inspired employee communications can bring you and your organization.Whether your job title includes the words 'Communications', 'Human Resources', 'Project Management' or 'Executive', The Swear Jar is for you. The Swear Jar is irreverent, entertaining but, most of all, it's practical. This is where you will get advice that will transform your organization by truly tapping into the power of eff ...
 
Hosted by Chloe Dulce Louvouezo, Life, I Swear shares reflections from Black women about trials in their lives that have helped them heal, connect and process. In one-on-one interviews and personal prose, the podcast centers on personal stories that offer universal insights into topics relevant to modern women’s lives, from identity and vulnerability to trauma and resilience, told through the lens of Black women.
 
What happens when three friends decide to chat over the Internet? Fun, adventure, music, and hilarity, served with a side of wisdom. Dogs Barking Swear Words chronicles the conversational journey of Ben, Graham, and Matt, and they overcome basic communication barriers and discuss a number of different topics important to them, and important to society. Basically, expect them to try to talk sense, but end up cursing, insulting each other, and making weird noises instead.
 
Have you ever wanted your best friend to listen to your favorite album? Why don’t other people appreciate your favorite movie? What if I told you I like mixing orange juice and coffee together? Tim and Aaron are lifelong friends who, each month, exchange things that the other one should like. From books and movies to sports and religion, our show looks to explore the things we hold dear to our hearts, and to give each other reasons to check those things out. The exchange will allow us to exp ...
 
Yoga feels good ... and so does saying motherf*$&!#@. Welcome to Yoga and Swear Words. A podcast of conversations with some of the greatest yogi's of this world -- all with the understanding that this life is dynamic. Some days being blissfully zen, and some when the only thing you seem to be able to say is motherf*$&!#@. In other words, life has its ups and downs. Understanding this and finding your balance might be a step in the right direction. Join weekly for conversations with some of t ...
 
Maxwell Black and Silvano D'Agostino explore the intricacies of their lives at Harvard College and how they relate back to the outside world. Following the motto "we're always recording", they talk about whatever may come to their minds—sometimes that turns out to be vaguely interesting and maybe even slightly amusing. This podcast contains educational content.
 
Jen and Briddany are sisters and they want you to know that you have a story even if you don't think you do. Look, they'll show you. By telling you (mostly) true stories and getting all kinds of other people to tell them, too. It nearly always gets inadvertently morbid. There's a whole lot of swearing. Most of the time there's a moment where you hear wine being poured. There's a golden retriever named Lloyd. Do we have to keep going? Cause we will. We can. Don't test us.
 
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The big red button has been pressed and more tomfoolery has been unleashed. Kinga, Orlaith, and Eugene settle into the secret garden, while everyone in the main house tears each other apart. Things heat up between Maxwell and Saskia (ugh), and Makosi continues to be the reigning queen of our hearts.Bởi Mark O'Reilly, Maeve McQuillan & Rob Walsh
 
Hey friends! Can you believe we are already half way through the month of July? Where the heck did the first half of summer 2021 go!? If you blink fall will be knocking on our door before we know it. I finally found the swimsuit that dreams are made of. Got brave and bought a SUP, hit a Boulder with my Prius, harnessed my inner Blanch at cardio bay…
 
Which came first, the chicken or Anthony? Big Brother has their hammer and sickle out this week for the workhouse task. Maxwell, you better work bitch. The Italian stallion gets the boot, while three new housemates enter the secret (lady) garden. Much Kinga content to follow...Bởi Mark O'Reilly, Maeve McQuillan & Rob Walsh
 
Hey friends! Hope you all had a good weekend! I spent my weekend in the beautiful Wisconsin Dells and I have some tips for your next vacation. Yes, the Dells is considered the tourist trap of Wisconsin, but if you have a little intel you can avoid the gimmicks and put towards the good stuff. Mount Olympus is evil, mom & pop motels are still my favo…
 
We're straight out the gate (we independent women, some mistake us for whores) with the first week of BBUK season 6, and omg it's non-stop. Makosi's got her big spoon out and is stirring the cherry tango for her secret task, while Mary clashes with Saskia and Craig refuses to diminish his character to survive.…
 
The verdict is in: Every survey asking leaders which skills they consider essential to success and/or growth sees “communications skills” called out in the top five responses --- and often, within the top three. And yet, organizations all too often neglect, minimize or worse, discredit communications skills. Contributing to this unfortunate reality…
 
Can you believe we've made it to the hot girl summer of 2005 already? The wait is over. It's finally time to dive into the legendary Big Brother UK season 6. The season that gifted us Anthony, Makosi, Craig, Derek, Nurse Lesley, Kinga, and of course Mary the white witch. Buckle up, it's gonna be a bumpy ride. 🍾…
 
Let’s face it, it’s tough introducing a new technology or a new process, into your organization. And like it or not, as the professional communicator, you’re often “on the hook” for making sure these kinds of changes are embraced. That’s why Nekolina Lau’s Gold Quill award-winning story about how ATB Financial successfully launched a large-scale te…
 
She's got a point, she's an icon, she's a legend, and she is the moment. It's time to welcome miss Jackie Stallone to the Celebrity Big Brother house. We cover her game-changing 4-day (!!!) stint in the house and pay tribute to the world's favourite rumpologist.Bởi Mark O'Reilly, Maeve McQuillan & Rob Walsh
 
"Intranets aren't sexy". That's the word according to Amanda Stephenson, RSA's Manager of Communications. (And, it couldn't be more true). Yet, Amanda recently won a Gold Quill Award for rolling out an upgrade of an on-premises version of SharePoint to a cloud-based version. How on earth could she have managed that --- given that this kind of proje…
 
Employee engagement is creeping up, but guess who's not engaged? Middle managers. Those much-maligned and ignored folks are under more pressure than ever to get stuff done and keep their organizations moving. Natalia Smalyuk of Not Business As Usual joins us for a wide-ranging look at why middle managers are struggling, how executives can re-engage…
 
In this episode, Morgan Harper Nichols shares how for years she used art and writing to cope with her journey of unknowingly living with Autism for much of her life. Her new book, Har Far You Have Come, releases April 27, 2021. {Pre-order a copy of Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing and Self-Trust: https://www.har…
 
Salem Afangideh, a lawyer and sexual anthropologist, shares her experience navigating sexuality as a Nigerian-American and the intersection of spirituality and sexuality. {Pre-order a copy of Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing and Self-Trust: https://www.harpercollins.com/products/life-i-swear-chloe-dulce-louvouez…
 
What a way to end our Teen Big Brother adventure than a chat with the series winner himself! Paul Brennan joins us for this special episode to chat about his time in the house. Paul spills the real tea on the Teen BB experience, fills us in on his prize of a lifetime and what he's been up to since the show.…
 
We all know it: Marketing always gets all the fanfare when it comes to innovation. After all, stuff that contributes to bringing revenue to our corporate overlords is generally valued more than activities that keep the lights on --- like managing employee communications! We, as Fearless Communicators get that. We’ve all seen the Marketing Departmen…
 
We're bringing you a special extra episode this week because we think the time to tell this story is right now. Katrine Tully was assaulted as a university student and 30 years later, as she sees history repeating itself, she's had enough. She's angry. Please note: This episode contains descriptions of sexual assault. If today’s episode raised any …
 
Imani Joye Sanders is founder of HURU, a restorative, sacred space in DC that offers a thoughtful experience curated to harvest clarity, discovery and affirmation through rest. In light of International Day of Happiness, I chat with Imani about the relationship between rest and joy, rest and freedom, rest and international peace-building, and how t…
 
Doriana Diaz, writer and creator of The Diaz Collection, shares a reading from her book, Mami Calls Me Gabriella, and talks about her trip to Puerto Rico to meet her birth mother for the first time helped her better understand herself, her family, and her identity. Eniafe Isis, writer and created of All Her Words, also shares why she was drawn to D…
 
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