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The Tutor Podcast the weekly show that’s all about the business of helping people. If you’re a tutor, a teacher or a coach, join your host Neil Cowmeadow for news, tips and insights to help you Start, Grow and Love your tutoring business. Plain English, no buzzwords and no BS. So, if you want to make more money - and make more of a difference - The Tutor Podcast will be with you, every step of the way.
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Welcome to Soul Chat with Ebony M. Tutora from the spiritual wellness brand Queens Recognize Queens®️ delivering you the most authentic conversations for your Soul, and propelling you into your most divine self. Our guests will include powerful influencers, authors, and real people who have tackled their darkest moments to find their own true light. May you be inspired to know how immensely brilliant you are, and walk away with a deeper understanding of your own purpose, and the importance o ...
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Tutor Doctor is proud to present, Tutor Talk, a podcast for tutors. Education Experience Specialist, Becky, shares Tutor Doctor news, tips and strategies that you can use in your sessions, development topics, interviews, and stories from tutors just like you.
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MRCP (UK) PACES Examination Tutorials Pass MRCP on the go, use this audio cast any time anywhere to master clinical examination techniques. Tutorials in mind maps diagrams are available in pdf on request Drop me an email! Dr. Hesham Elgamal, MRCP (UK), FRCP (Glasgow), MBA, MSc hesho333@hotmail.com
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Programa motivacional dirigido a estudiantes, pretende ser una guía que ayude a estudiantes de todas las etapas educativas, a obtener los mejores resultados académicos: técnicas de estudio, productividad, estilo de vida.... todos aquellos aspectos que influyen directa, o indirectamente, en el resultado académico.
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Your Technology Tutor - Chet Davis shares technology tips you can use, in plain language you can understand. Learn to become more successful using your personal tech tools like the iPhone, Mac computers, video cameras and digital photography.
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Audio based revision resources made by UK anaesthesia trainees for anyone with an interest in anaesthesia education. Made in conjunction with Mersey Video Viva Club. If you are revising for your FRCA check out https://www.msoa.org.uk/courses/
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Neil introduces the concept of Timelining, an NLP technique aimed at generating shifts in perspective and insight. Neil shares his personal experience with using Timelining in his own life and with his students and coaching clients. He guides listeners through the process of physically visualising their goals on a timeline, adjusting the timeline a…
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304 - Autism-Informed Supervisor Psychotherapeutic Needs of Mothers Returning to Work after Maternity Leave - Taking a Course during the Summer Break In Episode 304 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back for this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, Rory and Ken go through wha…
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Welcome to episode 71 of Soul Chat, where I open up about the profound challenges of 2022 that left me in a dark place. 🎤🖤In this heartfelt episode, I share my personal journey through the struggles and the transformative process of releasing, removing, and renewing as a way to revive myself back to a place of self-love and strength. It's a story o…
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If you’re a teacher or tutor who is looking to find more ways to scale into the international market, then look no further, Tutoring The World is the podcast for you. This is a brief trailer episode which gives you a taste of the content you'll hear when episodes are released weekly from June 24th, 2024. Please Follow or Subscribe so you're notifie…
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This week on the podcast we are breaking down a commercial that had quite a bit of car interior/exterior dialogue which meant we could highlight what a huge benefit it is to have a location you can move when shooting day exteriors. We basically followed the sun with the angle of the car which meant with a little bit of planning we could be backlit …
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Why do so many smart people find it hard to learn in classrooms? Why can’t an education system that was good enough for our grandparents be good enough for us? The first episode addresses some of the major themes and mysteries of modern education, while telling the story of Timmy Matthews–a person who, like so many of us, could learn well from tuto…
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Cinematographer Brendan Uegama is back on the show this week for his 3rd appearance and he is walking us through his work on Them: The Scare. It has been awesome following along with Brendan over the last few years to see his work evolve and progress. He discusses his latest thoughts on the job and shares where he is devoting his time and energy on…
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In this episode, Neil explores the importance of setting goals and the impact they have on personal growth and success. Drawing from his own experiences and insights gained over 25 years in business, Neil emphasises the need for clear, challenging goals that push individuals beyond their comfort zones. He discusses the concept of SMART goals and co…
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303 – Safeguarding Clients in Online or Phone Therapy Supporting Frontline Workers: Interview with Frontline19 CEO – Getting Books and Resources for the Next Leg of Your Studies In Episode 303 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’…
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This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Martim Vian about his latest film Lazareth. Martim shares a number of unique insights from his time on the film and highlights his process for bringing a script to life through the visual language of a project. Be sure to check out the trailer below and give Martim a follow over on Instagra…
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Neil shares insights and experiences from a round table meeting with property entrepreneurs. Drawing parallels between success in different industries, Neil emphasises the importance of learning from successful individuals and being willing to invest in oneself. He discusses the concept of "hurting money" as a motivator for taking action and highli…
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Cinematographer Larkin Donley is our guest on the show this week and he is on to talk about a unique project shot for PBS titled The Express Way with Dule Hill. This elevated documentary presented a number of unique opportunities as well as some interesting challenges and Lark talks us through his process for crafting the final images. It is certai…
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Neil shares his experience attending a business and finance seminar over the weekend, where he learned from successful millionaires and a billionaire. Neil discusses the value of investing in self-improvement events and training, highlighting the opportunity cost associated with not taking advantage of such opportunities.Neil encourages listeners t…
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302 – Shame in Supervision Pre-Trial Therapy Considerations – Managing Next-Level Overwhelm in Your Counselling Training In Episode 302 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, we look at reducing shame within supervision. Then in ‘…
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Breakdown Episode! Today we are looking at job that has all the hallmarks of a challenging operation. Tiny location, no room to light, tough style to emulate, and not a lot of time to do it. Then again, these jobs are always the most fun. Enjoy! Course: Mastering Exposure In the course I detail how I learned exposure and I share how I would get up …
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Neil passionately discusses the importance of embracing failure in education. Drawing from his own experiences and interactions with students, Neil challenges the traditional mindset of avoiding failure at all costs. He emphasises the value of making mistakes, learning from them, and using failure as a stepping stone towards excellence. Neil shares…
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301 – Skills-First Learning for Counsellors Interview with Renee McDonald – Preparing for the Ending of Your Counselling Course In Episode 301 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, we look at why skills-first learning is the futu…
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This week on the podcast we get a repeat visit from cinematographer Mark Schwartzbard who is on to talk about his latest work on the series Based on a True Story. Mark made his Wandering DP debut back in episode #400 where we discussed his background and his overall approach a bit more so for this episode we dove a little deeper in to his workflow …
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Join host Neil as he passionately discusses the pitfalls of relying on AI to write books and the importance of genuine effort and passion in writing. He criticises the deceptive tactics of individuals selling shortcuts and secret algorithms for writing books, emphasising that true writing involves soulful expression and dedication. Neil encourages …
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300 – Trauma-Informed Interventions for Therapists Practicing Online Therapy with Clients Abroad – Preparing for Final Submissions In Episode 300 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, we look at practicing online therapy with cli…
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For the last three centuries, American communities have been amongst the most educationally radical in the world. The colonial education movement in the 18th century, the common schools movement in the 19th, and the high school movement in the 20th each made a quality education more accessible to everyone. The impact of these education movements co…
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A few episodes back we took a quick pass at the results from this year's cinematography survey but, as predicted, I got side tracked and spent the majority of the episode rambling. This week on the podcast I am taking another stab at getting through the survey responses and although I didn't get to many of the great responses I think we got through…
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Neil shares insights and reflections on the importance of avoiding the comfort zone in life and business. Drawing from his own experiences and wisdom gained over 25 years in the industry, Neil emphasises the need to push boundaries, challenge oneself, and stay uncomfortable to continue growing and thriving. The episode serves as a motivational call…
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299 – Differences between Counselling Young People and Adults Taking Risks in Therapy – Referencing for Assignments In Episode 299 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, we look at the differences between counselling children and …
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This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Sam McCurdy ASC BSC about his latest work on the series Shogun. Sam breaks down how he approaches a project as massive as this one, details what he does to be prepared for the shoot, and so much more. If you aren't familiar with Sam's work be sure to check out the trailer below and also giv…
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Neil emphasises the importance of taking action and actively pursuing one's goals, rather than waiting for success to come by chance. Neil uses the analogy of a man waiting for a roast duck to fly into his mouth to illustrate the concept of not leaving things to chance. He encourages listeners to define their goals clearly, know what they want, and…
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298 – Self-Care for Counsellors Addressing Racial Identity – Neurodivergence within PD Groups In Episode 298 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, we look at resilience and self-care for counsellors and therapists. Then in ‘Pract…
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We are back at it this week looking at a recent commercial and doing a little breakdown. Normally a job like this I wouldn't highlight the approach but after talking with Elliot Nieves on a recent episode about this series I thought it might be beneficial to look at what works and what doesn't work when you are constrained for one reason or another…
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Neil shares valuable insights and advice for individuals in the tutoring, teaching, and coaching business. He emphasises the benefits and challenges of being your own boss, highlighting the freedom and responsibility that come with it. Neil discusses the importance of defining your ideal clients, setting pricing strategies, and diversifying income …
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297 – Scams Targeting Therapists Using Counselling Skills as a Filmmaker – Finding Your Voice in Supervision In Episode 297 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your hosts Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly are back with this week’s three topics: Firstly in ‘Ethical, Sustainable Practice’, Rory and Ken discuss navigating and protecting yourself from scams …
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This week on the show we sit down with cinematographer David Feeney-Mosier to discuss his latest work on the Oscar winning short documentary The Last Repair Shop. We chat about his approach to documentaries, how they differ from more traditional narrative projects, plus David shares his own journey of making the switch from camera assistant to dire…
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Neil discusses the topic of holidays and the unique perspective entrepreneurs may have towards them. Neil shares his personal experience of finding more joy in teaching and working than in traditional holiday activities. He discusses the guilt and conflicting emotions entrepreneurs may face when taking time off from their businesses. Neil reflects …
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Special Edition: Blogging for Therapists In this special episode of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, your host Rory Lees-Oakes speaks with Daragh McLoughlin from WebHealer about blogging for therapists. The main points of this conversation include: Blogging gives you a space on your therapist website to share your knowledge and expertise. Allows you …
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Neil delves into the concept of anchoring in NLP and its profound impact on teaching and learning. Neil shares his personal experience of using anchors to access his optimal teaching state instantly. He explains the process of building anchors step by step and encourages listeners to try anchoring for themselves! KEY TAKEAWAYS The concept of state,…
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