Ep. 1: Friday Night Lights pilot  

Scott Porter (Jason Street) shares his surprising audition process, Connie Britton (Tami Taylor) talks about her transition from the FNL movie to TV show, Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen) reveals how he played his role far from what anyone expected, and more. Hosts Darren Franich and Sam Highfill dive into the show’s series premiere and revisit the residents of Dillon, Texas. Credits: Hosts: Darren Franich (@darrenfranich) and Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us:


Jen takes to the All Things Comedy studios to talk with her friend, old comedy stomping ground pal, and now children’s author Tami Fitzkoff about her journey from the east to the west coast, coming out, going back in, coming out and finding love, changing her mind about kids, health issues that used to cause shame, traveling to Paris and not falling in love, putting away a life in comedy by listening to an inner voice, and living a life for yourself, not for your family’s expectations. Oh, and of course there’s talk of NYC on 9/11 in this episode! First of the year! Her children’s book about embracing being different “Be The Grapes” is available on  This episode is sponsored by

Tami Neilson Sings The Songs Of Sinners  

An RNZ recording of Tami Neilson's 2016 set at The Tuning Fork in Auckland.

392 – Holiday Radiothon by Weatherbeeta – Dressage Hour  

Dressage Hour 4 with featured guests Bronze Medal Olympian Laura Graves and NY Times Best Selling Author and Dressage Rider Tami Hoag. Both of them share their "Fantasy Rides" and Laura tells about her Presidential hug. Loads of holiday voicemails and live calls from listeners and we give away a Kentucky Performance Products Dressage Performance Pack and a Total Saddle Fit English or Western Shoulder Relief Girth. Listen in...

Damien Echols: Magick  

Damien Echols was wrongly convicted of murder in 1994 as part of the infamous "West Memphis Three" trials. He spent almost two decades in prison, until new DNA evidence exonerated him in 2011. In this fascinating episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Damien on how he rejected bitterness at his mistreatment […]

10 - Christmas on a High Wire  

The final episode of Do Listen Twice, the podcast miniseries celebrating the release of the film Don't Think Twice. In this episode, some of the best improv actors in the country perform special Christmas themed show recorded live at the Bell House in Brooklyn. Saturday Night Live cast members Aidy Bryant and Sasheer Zamata, Scott Adsit, Tami Sagher, Chris Gethard, and Mike Birbiglia dream up a magical world on stage that’s only possible at Christmas. Don't Think Twice is available here:

Shinzen Young: The Science of Enlightenment, Part 1  

Shinzen Young is a renowned mindfulness teacher known for his live gatherings, where he uses a scientific, "algorithmic" approach to explain the many aspects of meditation. With Sounds True, he has published the decades-in-the-making book The Science of Enlightenment: How Meditation Works. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Shinzen speak […]

Krista Tippett: Virtue, Hope, Flesh & Faith  

Krista Tippett is a Peabody® award-winning broadcaster and New York Times bestselling author whose works focus on faith, ethics, and moral wisdom. She is the host of the radio program and podcast On Being. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Krista discuss how journalism can be an art that drives […]

Elena Brower: Following Your Homing Intuition  

Elena Brower is a yoga instructor, artist, and designer who is devoted to cultivating meditation as our most healing habit. With Sounds True and coauthor Erica Jago, Elena has published Art of Attention: A Yoga Practice Workbook for Movement as Meditation. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Elena about […]

Tami Simon: Wanting To Be Of Service And Finding Your Authentic Field of Grace - The Power And Purpose Podcast With Mastin Kipp Episode #13  

Highlights from a recent conversation with Tami Simon, founder of pioneering self-help publishing company Sounds True. Topics covered include, her inspiration to start the company 31 years ago, experiential knowing, her “ah ha” moment, wanting to be of service, reconciling spirituality with finances, and more.

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Eric Kaufmann: The Four Virtues of a Leader  

Eric Kaufmann is a leadership consultant who has advised executive teams at companies such as Sony and T-Mobile. With Sounds True, Eric has published the book and audiobook The Four Virtues of a Leader: Navigating the Hero’s Journey Through Risk to Results. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Eric […]

These Ain't Your Neighbor's Stem Cells with Dr. Tami  

Close friend and Bulletproof Radio veteran Dr. Tami Meraglia joins Dave in Bulletproof Labs for this episode of Bulletproof Radio. Dr. Tami runs the Vitality Medi Spa, a hormonal treatment center in Seattle. She's the author of Hormone Secret, and recently opened a stem cell treatment center in Seattle as well. On this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dave and Tami talk about testosterone imbalance, relationships, nitro oxide, light treatment, oxytocin, adrenal health, the thyroid and more. Enjoy the show!

The OTT, Episode 7: Last Chance U‘s Brittany Wagner  

On this week's episode of The OTT, I interview Brittany Wagner, the star of "Last Chance U," Netflix's six-part documentary about the East Mississippi Community College football program. Wagner is the academic advisor at EMCC and, in the weeks since the series came out, has become America's sweetheart. Matt had Brittany on his podcast last week (even though I booked my interview first, grr), but she was able to sit down with me on Friday for an hour to explore some topics in depth, including... --- How she's binge watching "Friday Night Lights" to figure out those Tami Taylor comparisons --- How she originally wanted to work for ESPN, but found her calling as an academic advisor --- The emotional roller coaster of taking kids under her wing and then seeing them leave --- Why Za'Darius Smith and AJ Stamps are two of her favorite former students --- What she's going to do with all those pencils people keep sending her --- And much, much more. Your homework is to finish "Last Chance U" by tomorrow's show, so consider this podcast your extra credit. To listen, just subscribe to "Kentucky Sports Radio" on iTunes or stream on Podbay. Also, please send Brittany a note on Twitter @Brittany_MSgirl to thank her for coming on.

139: Tami Simon  


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This week we talk to Tami Simon about What Matters Most

Tami Simon founded Sounds True at the age of 22 with the mission of disseminating spiritual wisdom. As a pioneer in the conscious business movement, she focuses on bringing authenticity and heart into the workplace while honoring multiple bottom lines. Tami hosts a popular weekly podcast called Insights at the Edge, where she has interviewed many of today's leading teachers, delving deeply into their discoveries and personal experiences on their own journeys. With Sounds True, she has released the audio program Being True: What Matters Most in Work, Life, and Love.

 In This Interview, Tami Simon and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable The core invincible goodness that's deep inside of us all Her new audiobook, Being True: What Matters Most in Work, Life and In Love What "There's no there there" means as it relates to enlightenment How she balances both accepting the moment and striving for things in her life The role that healthy ambition plays in daily life The types of feedback that our bodies give us to indicate that things are out of balance What her spiritual practice looks like today Somatic Meditation How she's working on integrating the meditative state into her everyday life The never ending process of deep attending within ourselves The five keys to living with integrity How support plays a big role in us having the courage to bridge the gap between knowing and doing Her experiences with some of the great spiritual teachers that she has met   Get more information on The One You Feed Coaching Program. Enrollment open until August 20th
Tehya Sky: A Ceremony Called Life  

Tehya Sky is an author and metaphysical guide who focuses on the integration of our physical humanity and our innate divinity. With Sounds True, Sky has published the book A Ceremony Called Life: When Your Morning Coffee Is As Sacred As Holy Water. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Sky […]

Episode 08: A-Listers, Rising Stars, and Cagey Veterans  

It's not malarkey, whatever you're into, we've got it! This week's panelists include the cast of "Roast Battle" (Tony Hinchcliffe, Chris Cubas, Sarah Tiana ) the cast of "Don't Think Twice" (Mike Birbiglia, Gillian Jacobs, Tami Sagher), plus Kathryn Hahn, Kevin Smith, and Matt Mira!

Jack Kornfield: Difficult Times & Liberation  

Jack Kornfield is a world-renowned teacher and one of the key figures to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West. He is the author of many books and audio programs, including The Wise Heart and After the Ecstasy, the Laundry. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Jack and Tami Simon discuss Buddhist views […]

Headquarters: Ben Edwards  

Record producer Ben Edwards' bookings schedule has been solid in the last year or so, thanks to the rise of Marlon Williams, Aldous Harding, Tami Neilson and the whole Lyttelton alt-country scene. We visit his recording studio in Lyttelton, to find out more about the producer/musician relationship.

Lissa Rankin: Leaps of Faith in a Benevolent Universe  

Lissa Rankin is a physician, public speaker, and the founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute. She is the New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine, The Fear Cure, and The Anatomy of a Calling. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Lissa speak on her incredible personal journey […]

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