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"Nobody Told Me!" is a two-generational podcast hosted by legendary broadcaster, Jan Black, and her millennial daughter, Laura Owens. Together, they ask questions to learn what made these people into the motivational figures they are today. And how you can be one yourself.

"Nobody Told Me!" is a two-generational podcast hosted by legendary broadcaster, Jan Black, and her millennial daughter, Laura Owens. Together, they ask questions to learn what made these people into the motivational figures they are today. And how you can be one yourself.
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"Nobody Told Me!" is a two-generational podcast hosted by legendary broadcaster, Jan Black, and her millennial daughter, Laura Owens. Together, they ask questions to learn what made these people into the motivational figures they are today. And how you can be one yourself.

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English


Episodes

...about change (a special conversation with Jan Black and Laura Owens)

2/13/2018
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What do you wish someone had told you when you were starting out on your journey? "Nobody Told Me!" is a two-generational podcast with legendary broadcaster, Jan Black, and her millennial daughter, Laura Owens, where we answer those questions. We interview inspiring, successful people from all walks of life and focus on how they got through the tough times. Raw. Real. Motivating. *** Jan & Laura discuss the impact of change on your life at any age.

Duration:00:25:29

Ben Zorn: ...the basics of fitness (special with Laura Owens)

2/13/2018
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Ben Zorn is a fitness expert from San Jose. He is the founder of Zorn Fitness - health, nutrition, how to work out, and you may recognize him from the Bachelorette season 11, Kaitlyn Bristowe’s season.

Duration:00:20:08

Brian Tschida: ...why you need to take care of your body (special with Laura Owens)

2/13/2018
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Brian Tschida is a personal trainer and group fitness instructor at Barry's Bootcamp. He received his BS in Exercise Physiology from Cal State Chico. An avid soccer player and snowboarder growing up, he believes the most important thing you can do for yourself is be healthy…both physically and mentally.

Duration:00:26:08

Marty Nemko: ...how to pick or switch careers

2/13/2018
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Marty Nemko is a longtime career coach. He’s here to help if you’re deciding what to study in college,how to land that first job after college, how to change careers in the, middle of your life, and anything else related to jobs and careers. The new 3rd edition of 'The Best of Marty Nemko' is now available on Amazon. It's in both print and Kindle formats. It consists of the best 86 of his 3,400 nationally published articles on career, relationships, money, men's issues, even the meaning of...

Duration:00:23:28

Bruce Tulgan: ...how to manage millennials (special with Laura Owens)

2/13/2018
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Bruce Tulgan is an adviser to business leaders all over the world. He is the founder and CEO of RainmakerThinking, Inc. Author of numerous books including Not Everyone Gets a Trophy (Revised & Updated, 2016). He has written for the New York Times, the Harvard Business Review, and many others.

Duration:00:20:45

Dr. Rick Hanson: ...how to hardwire happiness into our lives

2/13/2018
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Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books are available in 26 languages and include Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture. He edits the Wise Brain Bulletin and has numerous audio programs. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at Oxford,...

Duration:00:35:07

Sherri Franklin: ...why people should consider adopting senior dogs

2/13/2018
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Sherri Franklin is the founder and executive director of Muttville, a San Francisco-based senior dog rescue-and-foster shelter. In 2010, Sherri received the Jefferson Award for Public Service, which recognizes those who “inspire others to service.” In 2016, CNN named Sherri a CNN Hero. To learn more about Muttville and its amazing adoption, volunteer, and other programs, go to http://www.muttville.org.

Duration:00:26:38

Dr. Jack Schafer: ...how to instantly read people

2/13/2018
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Dr. Jack Schafer is a retired FBI special agent who specialized in behavior analysis and trying to get people to confess to their crimes. In his book, The Like Switch, he shares his proven strategies on how to instantly read people and influence how they perceive you so that you can turn strangers into friends in any aspect of your life, whether that be in a job interview or on a first date.

Duration:00:35:31

John Kralik: ...how the act of saying 'thank you' can turn your life around

2/13/2018
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John Kralik is the author of "365 Thank Yous, the Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life", a book that tells the story of how when Kralik wrote 365 thank-you notes to people he encountered in his everyday life over the course of a year. He practiced law for 30 years, and was a partner in the law firms of Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Miller Tokuyama Kralik & Sur, and Kralik & Jacobs. In 2009, he was appointed a judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court. He lives in the Los Angeles area.

Duration:00:23:51

Evan Goldstein: ...about the basics of wine

2/13/2018
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Evan Goldstein, MS, is one of the nation’s most prolific food and wine industry veterans. He is the author of "Five Star Service: Your Guide to Hospitality Excellence" and the critically acclaimed books "Perfect Pairings: A Master Sommelier’s Practical Advice for Partnering Wine with Food" and 'Daring Pairings: A Master Sommelier Matches Distinctive Wines with Recipes from His Favorite Chefs". He served two terms as chairman of the American Chapter of the Court of Master Sommeliers, served...

Duration:00:29:26

Tiffany Aliche: ...how to manage money

2/13/2018
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Tiffany Aliche, more commonly known as ‘The Budgetnista’, is the number one best selling author of ‘The One Week Budget’. She’s been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS MoneyWatch and has written for Time, Forbes, the Huffington Post, and many others. She’s also the founder of the Live Richer Movement, a virtual boot camp of 500,000 women from more than 100 countries.

Duration:00:26:48

Deborah Tannen: ...about women's friendships

2/13/2018
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Deborah Tannen has spent her career studying the language of everyday conversation. She is a professor of linguistics at Georgetown University and the author of many books, the latest of which is called, "You’re the Only One I Can Tell: Inside the Language of Women’s Friendships".

Duration:00:32:17

David Allen: ...how to be productive

2/13/2018
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David Allen is widely recognized as the world's leading authority on personal and organizational productivity. He is the author of the bestselling book 'Getting Things Done', which TIME magazine calls “the defining self-help business book of its time". He also also given TED talks that have gathered more than a million views.

Duration:00:24:18

Mike Mullane: ...what it's like to be in space

2/13/2018
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Mike Mullane was selected as a Mission Specialist in 1978 and was a part of the first group of space shuttle astronauts. He completed three space missions before retiring from NASA in 1990. Since then, he has been inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame and has won many awards. He has written multiple books, most recently “Riding Rockets: The Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut”.

Duration:00:30:20

Curtis Carroll "Wall Street": ...how to transform yourself into an inspiration

2/13/2018
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We first learned about Curtis Carroll (aka "Wall Street") after watching his TED talk, which has gathered more than 2.4 million views since April. Known by the media as the "Oracle of San Quentin", Wall Street is known for his stock picking abilities, but he had to overcome a number of challenges to earn that title. Carroll grew up in Oakland and was convicted of murder/robbery 20 years ago. Sentenced to 54 years to life behind bars, he decided that rather than becoming a victim of the...

Duration:00:33:52

Diane Benscoter: ...how to recognize and break free from manipulation

2/13/2018
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Why does someone decide to join a terrorist group, a gang or a cult? Joining us on this episode is someone who knows the answer to that question. She joined a religious cult at the age of 17, left the cult and became a deprogrammer, helping families free their loved ones from similar religious cults. Our guest is former Moonie Diane Benscoter who is the author of the book, “Shoes of a Servant—My Unconditional Devotion to a Lie.” Diane is also the founder of “Own Your Brain”…a project to...

Duration:00:25:40

Susan J. Elliott: ...how to turn a breakup into the best thing that's even happened

2/13/2018
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Susan J. Elliot is a sought-after dating commentator, relationship coach, author, blogger and lawyer. She is the author of the book, Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss Into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You.

Duration:00:29:22

Mitch Prinstein: nobody told me...about popularity

2/13/2018
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Mitch Prinstein is the UNC director of clinical psychology and the author of Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World. He and his research have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, U.S. News & World Report, Time magazine, New York magazine, Newsweek, and many others.

Duration:00:26:46

Dr. Kathy Hull: ...about the wisdom of terminally ill children

2/13/2018
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Dr. Kathy Hull is a true hero. She is the founder of the George Mark Children's House (http://georgemark.org), the first freestanding children's palliative care facility to open in the United States. The subject of death is taboo, especially with children, but as Dr. Hull says, "children don't stop dying just because we the adults can't comprehend the injustice of losing them".

Duration:00:33:32

Bryan C. Taylor: ...that life can be a fairytale, even when it's a tragedy

2/13/2018
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Bryan C. Taylor has experienced the highest high and lowest low that any man can experience: finding the love of his life, Kailen, and losing her much to soon: to cancer at the age of 25. Since her death, he has written a popular blog, "Confessions of a Widower" about grief, and has just published his first book, "Even If You Don't: a love story", about the lessons that his late wife taught him. It's debuted to rave reviews on Amazon and is ranked #1 in the love and loss category.

Duration:00:38:29