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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Al Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Al Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Al Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Al Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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Al Smith | PFRPA Podcast #024 | Retired NFL Linebacker

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Al Smith is a retired NFL All-Pro linebacker, author, motivational speaker and an NFL Alumni Association Board Member. In Episode 24 of the PFRPA Podcast Series, Al shares memories of training day and his draft experience, as well as playing against greats of his era. You also don't want to miss his thoughts about the mindset that it takes to survive inside and outside the arena.
May 28 2020 · 30mins
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What Fulton J. Sheen Can Teach Us About Prayer | feat. Al Smith

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The saintly bishop Fulton J. Sheen was often approached by numerous people who had a simple request: “Teach us how to pray.” While he reached millions of souls via radio and TV, the bishop also penned dozens of pamphlets and short books address varying topics of prayer. However, many of those writings were forgotten later on. 

Thanks to the work of Allan Smith, Director of the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Mission Society of Canada and editor of Bishop Sheen Today, the many works of Bishop Sheen are now collected in a single volume. 

Allan Smith joins Michael on the CE Podcast today to share the lessons Fulton Sheen taught him while compiling his latest book, Lord, Teach Us To Pray: A Fulton Sheen Anthology. From Sheen's prolific writing, we learn how to call to St. Joseph and Mary to learn how they taught Jesus and countless other children to pray. 

With Lent just around the corner, today's episode will teach you some of Fulton J. Sheen's techniques and insights for a deeper, more efficacious prayer life. We especially focus on developing a devout and prayerful Holy Hour and the Stations of the Cross. 

Other things we discuss:

  • The transformative power of a Holy Hour.
  • How to work through distractions during prayer.
  • The role of Mary in teaching us how to pray.
  • How we can learn to console Mary's sorrows.
  • How St. Joseph taught Jesus to pray, and how he can help you too. 
  • Fulton J. Sheen's methods for working through distraction during prayer.

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Feb 13 2020 · 47mins

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Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco – Interview with President & Founder of The Hired! Group Al Smith

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Al is author of the job search manual HIRED! Every Employment Method and was the predominant co-author of the Amazon Best Seller and #1 Top Rated, HIRED! Paths to Employment in the Social Media Era.

He brings to the table more than 35 years of executive management, sales, marketing, training and coaching experience and served as a national trainer for 3 companies in 2 industries.

Al has helped in excess of 1,000 people with their job search in large part thanks to his proprietary “Words-to-Work™” page-1 keyword methodology to exponentially increase LinkedIn profile views and help job seekers through the “Black Hole” of online resume submissions.

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linkedin.com/in/alsmithhired | thehiredguy.com

Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco
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Jan 31 2020 · 40mins

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Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco – Interview with President & Founder of The Hired! Group Al Smith

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Al is author of the job search manual HIRED! Every Employment Method and was the predominant co-author of the Amazon Best Seller and #1 Top Rated, HIRED! Paths to Employment in the Social Media Era.

He brings to the table more than 35 years of executive management, sales, marketing, training and coaching experience and served as a national trainer for 3 companies in 2 industries.

Al has helped in excess of 1,000 people with their job search in large part thanks to his proprietary “Words-to-Work™” page-1 keyword methodology to exponentially increase LinkedIn profile views and help job seekers through the “Black Hole” of online resume submissions.

LEARN MORE:

linkedin.com/in/alsmithhired | thehiredguy.com

Resume Storyteller with Virginia Franco
https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/resume-storyteller-with-virginia-franco/
Jan 31 2020 · 40mins
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Retail Nightmares Episode 218 Double Birthday Pisstacular with Al Smith!

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Mysterious and multitalented musician / lawyer Al Smith joins the co-ghosts to discuss circus peanuts, the scoots and dynamic bulls.
Sep 02 2019 · 58mins
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7.06: The Al Smith Dinner

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At long last, everyone is ready to unleash their negative ad campaigns. Here's one Hrishi came up with. JOSH MALINA—he's not nearly as mean as he makes himself out to be! He says he "ruined The West Wing," but even Richard Schiff says 'Arctic Radar' is one of the best episodes of the series. What else is Josh hiding? JOSH MALINA—actually pretty nice. (My name is Hrishikesh Hirway, and I approve this message.)

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Aug 21 2019 · 51mins
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1928. Al Smith, the Happy Warrior

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In this episode, humorist historian Thom Woodley dives into Al Smith, Governor of New York, first Catholic nominee, a man who might have prevented the Depression even though he never even went to high school. 

Jun 04 2019 · 40mins
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Donald Trump at Al Smith Charity Dinner

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Just one night after the final presidential debate, Donald Trump roasted Hillary Clinton at the Al Smith Dinner. The Catholic charity fundraiser is an opportunity for the candidates to trade jokes and blows amid the heated campaign.

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Apr 17 2019 · 21mins
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Robert Chiles, "The Revolution of ’28: Al Smith, American Progressivism, and the Coming of the New Deal" (Cornell UP, 2018)

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Traditionally Al Smith’s 1928 presidential campaign is remembered mainly for being the first time a Catholic was nominated as the candidate for a major political party. As Robert Chiles demonstrates in his book The Revolution of ’28: Al Smith, American Progressivism, and the Coming of the New Deal(Cornell University Press, 2018), this focus obscures Smith’s efforts to promote a progressive reform agenda during the election and the role this played in forming the “New Deal coalition” in the 1930s. Chiles traces the emergence of Smith’s progressivism to his association with the women of the settlement house movement in the 1910s, through whom he gained a greater understanding of the problems facing urban workers. As both a state legislator and as governor Smith sought to promote reforms designed to improve the lives of New Yorkers on a range of issues, from workplace safety to environmental conservation. As the nominee Smith promoted a strong progressive agenda, one that appealed to many ethnic working-class voters in the Northeast and Midwest. These voters became an important source of electoral support for Smith’s successor as the Democratic presidential nominee, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who would realize much of Smith’s proposals after winning the White House in 1932.

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Jan 07 2019 · 57mins
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Robert Chiles, "The Revolution of ’28: Al Smith, American Progressivism, and the Coming of the New Deal" (Cornell UP, 2018)

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Traditionally Al Smith’s 1928 presidential campaign is remembered mainly for being the first time a Catholic was nominated as the candidate for a major political party. As Robert Chiles demonstrates in his book The Revolution of ’28: Al Smith, American Progressivism, and the Coming of the New Deal(Cornell University Press, 2018), this focus obscures Smith’s efforts to promote a progressive reform agenda during the election and the role this played in forming the “New Deal coalition” in the 1930s. Chiles traces the emergence of Smith’s progressivism to his association with the women of the settlement house movement in the 1910s, through whom he gained a greater understanding of the problems facing urban workers. As both a state legislator and as governor Smith sought to promote reforms designed to improve the lives of New Yorkers on a range of issues, from workplace safety to environmental conservation. As the nominee Smith promoted a strong progressive agenda, one that appealed to many ethnic working-class voters in the Northeast and Midwest. These voters became an important source of electoral support for Smith’s successor as the Democratic presidential nominee, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who would realize much of Smith’s proposals after winning the White House in 1932.

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Jan 07 2019 · 57mins
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