In this diary entry, Joe and Balve sat down (virtually) with Paul Blackburn. Coming from a fighting family, Paul was destined to be in the fight game. His rise to professional level was put on hold during lockdown, but this didn’t stop his ambition to get there. They talk about inner confidence, Margot Robbie, and being lonely. Enjoy!
This week I am joined by boxer Paul Blackburn, we start off talking about what it is like growing up around multiple fighting disciplines, Paul then opens up on some of the battles he's had with mental health. We then talk all about his boxing career and his plans for turning pro. I then test Paul's greed with some everyone has their price questions, finally Paul talks about what the future holds for him.Mogwai CBD discount Proud sponsors of Now Then Podcast - Discount with code : nowthen10
Radio Show 103 'Staying Calm Amidst Chaos – Build Inner Strength And Cope' With Paul Blackburn
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Paul Blackburn, founder of Global Success Academy, is a mindset coach working in the mindset space for over 30 years. His clients have been from all walks of life from the guy next door to executives at Qantas, BHP and Coles to and numerous world champion athletes through his tenure at the Australian Institute of Sport.He’s here today to share some of his recommendations for how we stay calm amidst the chaos that is prevalent during this COVID-19 crisis and indeed the times of stress we have to handle in our lives from time to time.You can find some of Paul’s material at theglobalsuccessacademy.comOr contact me for copies of his video series on this topic
Why did Paul Blackburn spend 25 years in jail for a crime he didn't commit?
Today in Focus
Paul Blackburn spent a quarter of a century in prison after being found guilty of a terrible crime. But after his conviction was quashed, he has tried in vain to get an apology for what he went through. Plus: Zoe Williams on an extraordinary year for Greggs. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
Ep. 47: This is Bourbon & Beyond, Pt. 2, w/Fred Minnick, Paul Blackburn, & Autumn Nethery
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Please give us a 5-star rate and review! Become a patron of the show at http://www.patreon.com/mybourbonpodcast This is one of the most free-form episodes of the show that we've ever done, and it's easily some of the most fun you'll ever have listening to four people sit around a table and chat about all things, not just bourbon. Enjoy. Fred Minnick: https://www.fredminnick.com Couvillion: https://www.eatcouvillion.com Jeptha Creed: https://jepthacreed.com Check out our apparel and accessories at http://bourbonshop.threadless.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybourbonpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mybourbonpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mybourbonpod/
Field of Streams: Episode 288 – It’s Not Paul Blackburn Levels
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Episode 288 – It’s Not Paul Blackburn Levels The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live! In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Dylan losing his voice, Reynaldo Lopez’s debut, Chad Bettis’ inspiring return, dueling picks, Dylan getting to see Ubaldo live, what would happen if the White Sox signed Mr. Jimenez, Matt going for the perfect […]
In.On.Or About The Premises: A Reading & Celebration Of Paul Blackburn - September 28th, 2016
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This event is a part of the “GIANT NIGHT: The Poetry Project at 50” platform series.Thought of as the pre-spirit of The Poetry Project, Paul Blackburn gave the first “official” reading of The Poetry Project on September 22, 1966. His poetry, translations, and organization and recording of early downtown readings, exerted a steady and widespread influence across a wide range of aesthetic practices. In his lifetime Blackburn published thirteen books of original poetry as well as five major works of translation. Twelve other books were published posthumously. The Collected Poems of Paul Blackburn (1985) and The Selected Poems of Paul Blackburn (1989) are both available from Persea Books, and a reprint of Proensa: An Anthology of Troubadour Poetry, is due out from New York Review Books in 2016.Join us for this kick-off event in “GIANT NIGHT: The Poetry Project at 50” as we read Blackburn’s work. With Kimberly Lyons, Ammiel Alcalay, Simone White, Martha King, Basil King, Jerome Rothenberg, Marcella Durand, Bob Holman, David Henderson, Anne Waldman, Rochelle Owens, George Economou, Mark Weiss, Patricia Spears Jones, Brenda Coultas, Gregg Weatherby, Carlos Blackburn and Joan Blackburn. We will also listen to some tracks from Blackburn’s 1966 inaugural Poetry Project reading.