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In "That Scene with Dan Patrick," legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick chats with celebrated actors and filmmakers to break down some of the most iconic scenes from their careers. Listen in as they share their early reactions to the script, details about how the scene actually got made, their response to watching it on screen for the first time, and reflections on the scene's impact -- both personal and cultural. With Dan Patrick’s humor and passion for movies guiding the conversation, l ...
 
LearnOutLoud.com is proud to present the Dan Millman Podcast. Dan Millman is a former world champion athlete, university coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor. His books, including "Way of the Peaceful Warrior", "The Journeys of Socrates", and "The Life You Were Born to Live" have inspired millions of readers in 29 languages. The Dan Millman Podcast contains audio excerpts of Dan's teachings. To see a complete selection of Dan's work, please visit www.danmillman.com.
 
Elvis Duran Presents: Life Amplified with Dan Mason. Dan Mason is a nationally recognized career and life reinvention coach, TV personality, and keynote speaker. He has helped people in 18 countries trade the corporate grind for their true calling and create more happiness at work and at home. Dan has been featured at CBS, FOX, ABC, The Tamron Hall Show, Huffpost, Thrive Global, and more. Each week, Dan will interview thought leaders, celebrities, and everyday people who have done extraordin ...
 
The ArtiFact Podcast is a long-form show on books, culture, painting, and music hosted by Alex Sheremet, Joel Parrish, and a revolving door of co-hosts and guests. Each subject is covered in depth and at length, with past shows featuring the Epic of Gilgamesh, Charles Johnson's "Oxherding Tale", Leonard Shlain’s "Art & Physics", John Williams's "Stoner", and more. Opinionated, controversial, and prone to making enemies and friends of friends and enemies, ArtiFact delivers new perspectives on ...
 
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Actor and Producer Elijah Wood joins Dan to deep-dive into one of the final scenes of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, where Frodo and Sam climb treacherous Mount Doom in an attempt to destroy the One Ring. Elijah also talks about how difficult it was to say goodbye to such an iconic character, what specifically he did to impress Peter Jackson to w…
 
Actor and Professional Wrestler John Cena joins Dan to discuss the hilarious scene in "Trainwreck", where he gets into a verbal altercation with someone sitting behind him and Amy Schumer at the movie theatre. He details how much of the scene was scripted and how much was improv, how he crafted the "Steven" character, his favorite lines from the mo…
 
Actor Luke Wilson joins Dan to discuss the iconic scene at the beginning of "Old School", when his character Mitch returns home to a very unexpected surprise in his bedroom. They also discuss some of "Old School's" other memorable moments, what it was like working with Will Ferrell and director Todd Phillips, living together and getting in fights w…
 
Actress and singer MJ Rodriguez joins Dan to discuss the final scene of season one of "Pose" when Blanca wins "Mother of the Year". She also talks about auditioning for her Emmy-nominated role, the importance of the character to her fans, and what it meant to her personally. Before they end, Michaela Jae reacts to the new video for her single "Some…
 
Over the course of the pandemic, Gallup has been doing an ongoing study tracking American optimism. Back in May, when the vaccine was rolling out, not surprisingly, optimism was through the roof. Just 3 months ago, 85% of Americans said they felt positive about the direction of the pandemic and the way the country was headed. Three months later, an…
 
Actor and comedian Tig Notaro joins Dan to discuss her brave decision to take off her shirt during her 2015 stand-up special shortly after undergoing a double mastectomy. She also candidly reveals how she used humor to get her through such a personal time in her life, how her love of music influenced her career, her new HBO Max series "Drawn", and …
 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 – 1861) was one of the best poets of the 19th century, yet remains little known today and even less read. At a time when feminist literary criticism (among other relevant lenses) is ascendant, how did Barrett Browning go from an almost universally admired writer to one that is neglected in favor of her literary infe…
 
Everybody wants to manifest a better life. Yet why do so many people live day to day in a state of survival, wishing for better life results and not actually creating it? This week, we're talking to our old friend Sarah Reilly to give you the three key steps to move from wishing to manifesting. Sarah is an international performance coach for entrep…
 
Eva Schubert is a singer-songwriter, poet, and historian from Canada with several full-length albums, plus an upcoming record that was finished just weeks ago. In this conversation, Alex and Eva discuss growing up and growing into poetry, concepts of self-identity, the fears and imperatives surrounding human creativity, art as competition and commu…
 
As Alex Sheremet and Ethan Pinch argue, Woody Allen has been falling out of favor for a long time now – and not only for the more obvious and superficial reasons. Critics charge him with indulging a Pygmalion complex, by which he lives out his androcentric fantasies through his films, crafting the very same women he has an interest in, then letting…
 
Actor and writer Jake Johnson talks about the final scene of “Win It All”, when his character Eddie, after winning $100K, is carried out of an underground casino after believing he was having a heart attack. He also shares how growing up in Chicago influenced writing the movie, growing up with the Cubs, and how sports and gambling sometimes don’t m…
 
Over the last few years, we’ve heard that white people ought to “shut up and listen” when it comes to questions of race and racism. Yet Dan Schneider’s 2005 book, Show & Tell: A White Man’s Antiphonal Primer on Race, argues the exact opposite: that understanding white psychology, white leverage and material advantages is the key to unlocking all el…
 
Actor David Harbour (Sheriff Jim Hopper) joins Dan to discuss the powerful ending to Season 3 of "Stranger Things", including the emotional letter that Hopper wrote to Eleven. He also talks about auditioning for the role, the evolution of his character, and exciting things to expect in Season 4. Plus, could the Red Guardian (his role in "Black Wido…
 
Award-winning sportscaster and radio personality Dan Patrick is back with season 2 of his Amazon Original podcast “That Scene”, featuring a red carpet lineup of special guests. On each episode, Dan invites celebrated actors and filmmakers to break down the most iconic scenes from their careers. Listen to “That Scene With Dan Patrick” every Wednesda…
 
In 1992, Edward P. Jones published what might very well be his best work of fiction: Lost in the City, a short story collection that deals with (mostly) black characters in Washington, D.C., set between the 1950s and 1990s. Primarily working through understatement, an amalgamation of poetic and prosaic style, and competing POVs, many of these chara…
 
Taking up Mark Twain's mantle, then expanding upon it, Kurt Vonnegut (1922 – 2007) was one of the greatest comic writers to have ever lived. His best-known work, Slaughterhouse-Five, features everything from sci-fi to timeless political comment, and has overshadowed his other great works. One of these is 1972's Breakfast of Champions, a novel Kurt …
 
Over the last six years of coaching clients around the globe, it's become obvious to Dan that the two places where we carry the most shame, guilt and even judgments are around the topics of money and sex. But what happens when online sex work becomes a huge portion of your income? What does that stir up in YOU? What are the judgements and perceptio…
 
Alex is joined by painter Ethan Pinch to discuss a variety of topics: growing up on the precipice of the Internet’s mainstreaming, the role that media censorship (and thus self-censorship) play in everyday decisions, the Golden Age of rap music, Alex’s rap-to-politics-to-art pipeline, NFTs vs. Abstract Expressionism, Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s absu…
 
We've all been there. The moment when you're ready to demand more from life. A more purposeful career, more income, more abundance. And that little critic in the back of your head steps in and whispers "Who do you think you are to want this?" Imposter syndrome is real and it is the #1 factor that prevents people from truly creating their amplified …
 
Steven Pinker is a cognitive scientist who’s written a number of pop science classics: The Language Instinct, How the Mind Works, The Blank Slate, and more. In 2011, he waded into the culture (if not political) debates with Better Angels of our Nature, a text whose basic premise – that the world has been getting more peaceful for millennia, and tha…
 
Taking up Mark Twain's mission, then greatly expanding upon it, Kurt Vonnegut (1922 – 2007) was one of the best comic writers to have ever lived. His best-known work, Slaughterhouse-Five, features everything from sci-fi to dramedy to timeless political comment, and has overshadowed his other great works. One of these is 1963’s black comedy, Cat’s C…
 
Charles R. Johnson (b. 1948) is a scholar, cartoonist, and writer who approaches literature from the Buddhist tradition. His best-known novels – Middle Passage and Oxherding Tale – offer a unique philosophical twist on slave narratives that go well beyond ‘redemptive’ and Abolitionist writing, and have still remained fresh decades after publication…
 
The Epic of Gilgamesh (c. 1200 BCE, Standard Babylonian) is based on Gilgamesh of Uruk, a historical king subject to centuries of cult-worship and mythmaking before his exploits were written down. Although this was not unlike the fate of many ancient rulers, the Epic of Gilgamesh separates itself by its poetic modernity and psychological complexity…
 
Joel Parrish and I are joined by Ethan Pinch, a painter and art critic from the UK, for an interview (and debate) on his perspectives. In previous videos and comments, the 3 of us took some divergent approaches to visual art, with Ethan distinguishing “meaning” from “interpretation”. Ethan’s video (and my specific comments under the video) can be f…
 
John Williams (1922 – 1994) is best remembered today for his 1965 novel, STONER. Mostly ignored during his lifetime, the book has become a cult classic after being re-issued in 2006 by the New York Review of Books. But is the novel worthy of its more hyperbolic praise (“perfect”, “almost perfect”, “the most beautiful book in the world”)? Is the tex…
 
Leonard Shlain (1937 - 2009) was a surgeon, inventor, and author whose 1991 book "Art & Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time, and Light" shaped much of our artistic thinking. Shlain’s core argument is: the great (visual) artists are visionaries who are able to presage discoveries in other fields by cultivating their own, more individualistic wo…
 
In ArtiFact #5, Alex and Joel are joined by Dan Schneider to discuss his picaresque novel, The Custodian's B****. You can also watch this episode on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45J0Upz1_x0 Read the latest writing from automachination: https://automachination.com Joel's website: https://poeticimport.com Dan's website: http:/…
 
In ArtiFact #4, Joel Parrish and I discuss growing up religious, the literary questions surrounding the Bible's Ecclesiastes, and other works of art by Rembrandt, Countee Cullen, and Robinson Jeffers. You can also watch this episode on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWgEDn4TXIY Read the latest writing from automachination: htt…
 
ArtiFact #3: Art & Art's Object | Alex Sheremet, Dan Schneider In this episode of ArtiFact, Alex Sheremet and poet, critic, and novelist Dan Schneider discuss the foundations of art. Unfortunately, tech issues cut the conversation short, but there is ~10 minutes of episode outtakes near the end. You can also watch this episode on our YouTube channe…
 
A study was released that said 50% of Americas are unsure they'll ever recover from the stress of living through the pandemic. We know when our body faces a threat or stress, it goes to a fight to fight response. So many people need a long vacation or even want to quit their job before they go back to the 9-5 work week. It's creating a trend call "…
 
In the first episode of ArtiFact, Alex Sheremet and co-host Joel Parrish discuss art and artists in light of Abraham Maslow's classic text, "Toward A Psychology of Being" (1962). This discussion can also be viewed on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFUooBvJAOo Read the latest writing from automachination: https://automachinatio…
 
If you're the 50% of the workforce that has self evaluated during the pandemic and you know that you're in a job that you're good at but is also leaving you spiritually and creatively bankrupt, this week's interview could be the first step to reinventing your life. We're going to help you move away from your mundane 9-5 and live a life that is trul…
 
What is it that keeps us from achieving our goals and what we really want in our lives? Our blind spots. This week, you get to listen in on an actual coaching session Dan did with someone in a group training. In less than 18 minutes, Dan and our guest was able to find the block and story that held her back from love and relationships with people fo…
 
No matter where you are in your life, there's a next level you want to get to. So often, when we can't seem to close that gap between where we're at and where we want to be, we look for some external solution to solve our problem. But the real work that will help you move forward is by going within. Unhealed unemotional trauma is not just a block t…
 
Sometimes when we interact with people, it doesn't go the way we planned. A potential online date doesn't always respond to your messages. A friend not returning your call when you reached out and needed help. We've all had that experience of a strange flashing you a dirty look as they walk past you. These are just normal experiences in life but ho…
 
Sam Neill talks with Dan Patrick about the iconic scene in 'Jurassic Park' where Dr. Alan Grant sees a dinosaur for the first time and teases some special effects from 'Jurassic World: Dominion' ... See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
It's often been said that decisions shape our destiny. If you traced the dots back, you could probably find the one decision that might have seemed inconsequential in the moment that led to some of the greatest joys of your life. On the other side, there are probably some things that happened in your life that didn't go the way you want that all st…
 
Over the last year, Dan has shown you people he's worked that that have been flourishing during the pandemic. He's also talked a lot about how to handle the mental health challenges so many are facing right now. One thing that hasn't been discussed are people living in the messy middle: people not necessarily crushing it and not necessarily depress…
 
Anthony Mackie talks with Dan Patrick about his role as Sam "The Falcon" Wilson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and whether or not Sam wants to be the next Captain America. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
We can spend years reading the self help books. We can intellectually understand all the events of our life that have blocked us as fully and vibrantly as we want. But we stay in the place of intellectualizing. We understand, but we never embody a new way of being. This week's guest is going to get you out of your head and back into your heart. Tha…
 
Why should we wait to pursue our dreams after retirement? There's such a push to work really hard right now and sacrifice the present for the future. Why not create happiness right now in the present moment? Dan believes this YOLO economy signifies the fact that as a global workforce, we've awakened to the biggest lie that corporate America has sol…
 
James Van Der Beek chats with Dan about the scene in 'Varsity Blues' in which Mox confronts Coach Kilmer, and shares some sage-like wisdom on how he avoided the pitfalls of fame. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
According to the American Psychological Association, nearly 50% of Americans are experiencing symptoms of re-entry anxiety. Yes, people are getting nervous about returning to work and life going "back to normal." Even with the vaccine rolling out, people are still feeling uncomfortable about getting out again. After reading this, Dan asked his grou…
 
Recently, Dan was on The Tamron Hall show to talk about his journey. The show focused on men who are going through changes in their life. Especially those going through a midlife crisis. But really it's not a midlife crisis, but a midlife AWAKENING. It can happen at any age and to anyone! It's not just exclusive to men. Women go through it as well,…
 
It's the curse of the high achiever. You climb the ladder of success, get everything you want and yet you can still feel yourself feeling unfulfilled. How do we create a life with lasting meaning? How do we create a legacy we can be proud of to leave? Alan Weiss, PhD is a consultant, speaker and best selling author. Described by the New York Post a…
 
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