Pianist Tom Grant has been a Portland jazz piano staple for decades, and CGOA is thrilled that he sat down to talk to us about his career and music making during the pandemic. Tom is appearing during our first-ever online auction, "The Show Must Go On," April 8-11. You can get a preview of our dozens of items up for bid at charityauction.bid/cgoa. Music this month: Angel's Crossing by Tom Grant.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cgoa/message
My life’s pursuit is Learning. I have had an amazingly full life. I have been blessed with experiences of working with different types of people, in various business types and different trades. Spanning from ditch digging to sales, from self-care interests to becoming a trauma injury physician. I have traveled a life of great physical fitness to being injured and disabled. I currently provide the legal profession with medical advice. I’ve started online training schools; post graduate professional training courses; and I provide life coaching. I’ve worked with amazing leaders in industry and with incredibly smart everyday people. I love learning from them all. In the course of my life, I have come across powerful tools that have let me reshape my life, something I was hoping to do, but didn’t know how to get started and how to discover the changes I sincerely wanted to x achieve. I used to think that struggle was the only way one could get ahead in life. How wrong I was. Yes, there are struggles, yet there are ways to work toward a life of harmony in achieving goals, not just bashing into submission to get our objectives. Our mind is in charge of designing our environment, of the way we interact with it and interact with other people’s self-designed environments. We can shape our own landscape by tapping into the infinite capacities of our minds. You’ll need s guide for that. I hope you will find these podcasts a great start in knowing who to look for in helping you make the changes you want to achieve. I will introduce you to ways of searching for a mentor, a life coach, a design guide who can help you create the life you want to achieve and enjoy. In this podcast adventure I want to share with you my life’s experiences and passion for peaceful self-development. In addition to sharing the insights I’ve gained, I’m planning on bringing guest interviews of people from various walks of life who can help us find clarity and purpose for our lives. I am calling my podcast “Landscaping Your Life”. I hope you will find value in the journey we will take.
Singer songwriter Tom Grant is honestly one of the most compassonate kind hearted people to ... well to exist!In this podcast he speaks openly about his asperges - mental health - music & creativity - religion and all the little bits in-between. check out his single on Spotify Life too short... a thing are pure beauty!
Tennis & Golf Pro Tom Grant on his Mindset for Competition
Gene Zannetti Interviews Tom Grant. Listen to the discussion about Mindset and Competing at a very high level. Golf Mindset Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/golfmindset12 Golf Pro: Tomgrantgolf@gmail.com Insta : Tom.grant.79069 Nutley Golf Coach: https://nutleyathletics.org/tom-grant/
Back in Episode 2 of the podcast we chatted to skier, mountain guide and climber Tom Grant. At that time he was on a high having just made the first ski descent of the Caroline Face on Mount Cook in New Zealand. However, a few weeks after we spoke to him he tore his anterior cruciate ligament, putting him on the sidelines long term. We wanted to know what coming back from a big injury is like, and what advice he'd have for someone who found themselves in a similar predicament.
Most people think that skiing is a pretty safe sport, where a broken leg is as bad as it gets. Think again - Tom Grant skis mountain sides so steep that a fall would be fatal and where avalanches and falling rocks are an everyday concern. In October 2017 he made the first ski descent of the 2000 metre high Caroline Face on Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest peak, as he continues to push the boundaries and pursue mastery of his passion.
A Celtic State of Mind presents its 29th instalment of insightful discussion around the culture of Celtic Football Club, the city of Glasgow, and fans of the reigning treble-winning Scottish champions.Paul John Dykes and Kevin Graham are joined by Celtic's ex-director, Tom Grant, who offers a fascinating insight into the running of the club in the 1980s and 1990s.Tom explains exactly why Celtic refused to complete the Mo Johnston transfer in 1989, and lifts the lid on audacious efforts by Billy McNeill to recruit Peter Beardsley and Steve Bruce. Tom also dissects his relationship with Fergus McCann, and the impact of the 'Celts For Change' movement in overturning the 'family dynasty' board in 1994. The CQN Podcast has gone from strength-to-strength over the last few months, and there are many more guests lined up in the months ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature and politics.Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulDykes, @anorthernprose and @CQNMagazine and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.