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Shame Feeder is a podcast that explains shame and how it affects successful people. In each episode Sam interviews a successful person and asks them to share a story of something they have done that they are ashamed of.

Shame Feeder is a podcast that explains shame and how it affects successful people. In each episode Sam interviews a successful person and asks them to share a story of something they have done that they are ashamed of.
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Australia

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Shame Feeder is a podcast that explains shame and how it affects successful people. In each episode Sam interviews a successful person and asks them to share a story of something they have done that they are ashamed of.

Twitter:

@blackersam

Language:

English


Episodes

#8 Shame, Comedy, TV and more: Andrew Hansen examines the ways shame may have influenced him

11/12/2017
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Comedian, writer and member of The Chaser team, Andrew Hansen joins me to discuss what he might feel ashamed of, and whether or not that has had any influence on his life and career. With an extensive career in the Australian comedy and media industry, Andrew has done a lot, but has a lot more coming up. His new show Radio Chaser starts 22 Jan 2018 on Triple M Sydney (3-4pm weekdays) and he has a new childrens book Bab Sharkey and the Animal Mummies due May 2018 from Walker Books (for...

Duration:00:36:49

#7 Shame and Comedy: Dilruk Jayasinha explains how he used shame as a tool for his career

10/22/2017
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With appearances on Have You Been Paying attention, Utopia and now 10's Cram, Dilruk Jayasinha has been making a huge impact on the Australian comedy scene. But what motivates him and and how has shame influenced his successful career in comedy? I sat down to find out. Dil will be performing at The Giant Dwarf in Sydney on the 11th. If you want to check him out you can buy tickets here: http://comedy.com.au/tour/dilruk-jayasinha-art-dil And to find him on social media Facebook -...

Duration:00:27:54

#6 Shame, Digital and Podcasting: Dan Wilkinson on how shame has influenced his creative life

10/17/2017
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Dan Wilkinson is a huge digital media manager, podcaster and personal friend of mine. In this episode he explains how

Duration:00:29:40

#5 Shame, business & life: Gretel Killeen & Alexandria Tselios explain how shame has influenced them

10/8/2017
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Friends and successful business owner and entertainer Gretel Killeen and Alexandra Tselios discuss how shame has influenced them. To preorder Gretel’s new book “The Zebra Who Lost Its Spots’ or to attend her Sydney mini-masterclass ‘How To Create a Creative Career’ just head to her website gretelkilleen.com.au. Facebook Gretel Killeen Official Twitter and Insta Gretel Killeen. Alexandra is the CEO of The Big Smoke. Check it out at www.thebigsmoke.com.au and www.thebigsmoke.com

Duration:00:32:27

#4 Shame, online & radio: Ryan Jon on how shame influences how he approaches success

10/1/2017
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Ryan Jon is one half of Hit 104.7 Canberra's 'Ryan & Tanya', a regular online video creator and is also the host of the outstanding podcast "Am I ready to be a Father". He has competed in the world stage in volleyball, planned to be an accountant and now works in media. So how has shame from his past influenced his success?

Duration:00:34:51

#3 Shame, politics and publications: Osman Faruqi on how shame has played a role in shaping his life and career

9/24/2017
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Osman Faruqi is the news and politics editor for Junkee, but also works as a broadcaster on FBI, has appeared on various tv talking panels and has worked heavily in the Australian political scene. Os shares some amazing stories from his time in student politics and explains how those actions of his, whilst shameful, have influenced the man he is today.

Duration:00:30:50

#2 Shame, radio and beyond: Maz Compton on how shame has influenced her career in and out of radio

9/17/2017
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Maz Compton has worked in pretty much every element of radio and has introduced herself in the past as a woman without shame After being let go from the 2Day Fm breakfast show in 2015, Maz has continued to thrive as an F45 gym owner, entertainer has recently entered the world of authors with her new book 'UnEdited". When it comes to shame Maz discusses an incident from her time in radio, as well as her feelings regarding her departure from the 2Day FM breakfast show.

Duration:00:35:53

Coming Soon

8/28/2017
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Each week Sam Blacker talks to people with successful careers and asks them to share stories of anything they have done that they feel shame about. What follows is an exploration of shame, to see if it has any influence on those of us who have achieved success. Sam is a seasoned radio broadcaster and producer and uses this experience to really connect with each of his guests and get them to open up and share the things they feel ashamed about. Season 1's guests will include Gretel Killeen,...

Duration:00:01:43