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We started Someone To Tell It To in 2012, and all along, our philosophy has been to listen. Because our mission is to "cultivate meaningful connections through compassionate listening and train others to do the same," we thought it might be best to highlight both aspects—listening and training—in a podcast. Both listening and training continue to catalyze this global listening movement where Someone's voice is being heard, Someone is being reminded that they matter, and Someone doesn't need to feel alone in whatever they are facing in life. We are so excited to share these rich conversations with you. Please subscribe to hear each new episode as soon as it's released!

The Someone To Tell It To Podcast Someone To Tell It To

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    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

We started Someone To Tell It To in 2012, and all along, our philosophy has been to listen. Because our mission is to "cultivate meaningful connections through compassionate listening and train others to do the same," we thought it might be best to highlight both aspects—listening and training—in a podcast. Both listening and training continue to catalyze this global listening movement where Someone's voice is being heard, Someone is being reminded that they matter, and Someone doesn't need to feel alone in whatever they are facing in life. We are so excited to share these rich conversations with you. Please subscribe to hear each new episode as soon as it's released!

    6.16 The Humans' Emotional Needs

    6.16 The Humans' Emotional Needs

    It was her first podcast, and Dr. Lia Belanger is a natural! A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, she has spent her career in small animal family practice. She enjoys being able to play a part in helping people to enjoy meaningful relationships with animals. She and her team, which includes her husband, practice with sensitivity and compassion, and are attuned to the humans’ emotional needs as they nurture and love their pets.

    • 55 min
    6.15 The Listening Table

    6.15 The Listening Table

    Orly Israel created The Listening Table, aiming to empower people to be better listeners, because better listeners develop more relationship resilience which directly combats the loneliness epidemic that is facing our more-connected-than-ever world today. He writes: “We've unintentionally traded the quality of our relationships for our quantity of them, but more is not always better.” Orly is the real deal when it comes to addressing the loneliness epidemic. We know that you’ll enjoy this conversation. We certainly did!

    • 53 min
    6.14 Everyone Can Be an Advocate

    6.14 Everyone Can Be an Advocate

    An engaging international keynote speaker and best-selling author, Todd Cohen is the leading voice on sales culture. Todd’s messages focus on the mindset and behavior of selling and successfully and humorously teaches the non-sales professional how everything they do impacts the decision -making process. In this episode, Todd demonstrates how every conversation is a “selling moment” and how everyone can contribute to the growth and profitability of any organization and mission of which they are a part.

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    • 54 min
    6.13 A Healer for Humanity

    6.13 A Healer for Humanity

    Dr. Neha Sangwan, an internal medicine physician, is a thought leader and international spokeswoman bridging people in positions of power to humanity and helping humanity discover their power. She focuses on empowering individuals, organizational leaders, and their teams with the tools for clear, effective communication. She addresses the root cause of stress, miscommunication, and interpersonal conflict, often healing chronic conditions such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.

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    Our Sponsors/Affiliates:Wonders Found is a thrift store ministry. We sell quality, gently-used items donated by the community to support mission projects. Learn more about us by visiting us on Facebook!

    • 49 min
    6.12 Ambiguous Grief

    6.12 Ambiguous Grief

    Stephanie Sarazin understands the unique challenges of grieving the loss of a loved one who is still alive. Through trials and tears, she’s traveled around the United States and Central America in search of understanding this grief and healing her heart. Along the way, she has met so many others who were also grieving a loss not from physical death and found that this kind of grief is largely overlooked and almost always misunderstood. Now her mission is to ensure that no one navigating ambiguous grief suffers alone or forever.

    SOMEONE TO TELL IT TOOur Books | Our Blog | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

    Our Sponsors/Affiliates:Wonders Found is a thrift store ministry. We sell quality, gently-used items donated by the community to support mission projects. Learn more about us by visiting us on Facebook!

    • 1 hr
    6.12 Let Us Not Be Silent About The Things That Matter (Rebroadcast)

    6.12 Let Us Not Be Silent About The Things That Matter (Rebroadcast)

    We are proud to share this as our 100th episode of the Someone To Tell It To Podcast. This very special episode was first aired in July 2020. Dr, Mary Frances Berry was our guest. Dr. Berry is a civil rights icon. In our conversation with her we heard stories of her experiences with visionaries and prophets such as the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther and Loretta Scott King, world leaders such as Nelson and Winnie Mandela, and sports superstars such as Arthur Ashe, all icons in their own rights, like Dr, Berry. She is a historian, writer, lawyer, activist, professor, and was a university provost and chancellor. She also served with distinction in the United States government under five presidents - Jimmy Carter through George W. Bush - including as the chairperson of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. We felt incredibly privileged to have had this illuminating conversation with her. Dr. Berry spoke of serious and timely issues, especially about the rights and experiences of people who were historically marginalized in society. She also spoke with humor and passion. We loved this conversation and will always be grateful to her for gracing our platform with her presence, values, and vision for a better world. This is an episode of which we are deeply proud. So, during this Black History Month, we want to offer it to our audience again. Dr. Berry’s words and life are a testament to all those who have dedicated their lives to bringing about a world in which everyone is valued, everyone is equal in their humanity, and everyone is given the same opportunities to live a meaningful and good life.

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

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13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Stacey0671 ,

Everyone is a Someone

“Everyone is a someone” are the words that resonate with me when I think of Michael and Tom at Someone to Tell it to. They are truly amazing humans…striving to reach people through the simple act of connection through listening. This podcast is such a beautiful way to spread their mission of compassionate and intentional listening!

Conor-D10 ,

Incredible podcast and compassionate people

This is a truly incredible podcast led by two compassionate and brilliant individuals. Their ministry is making such an important impact on many people including myself. I hope everyone spreads this podcast out to their love ones because Michael and Tom are doing a fantastic and important job. The world needs more compassionate listening in order to help us truly understand ourselves and humanity.

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