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Episode 50: A visit with A-State Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Ian Young

Second To None: The A-State Podcast

A visit with A-State Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Ian Young

47mins

12 Jul 2022

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Sober Empowerment with Harriet Waley-Cohen, Janey Lee Grace, and Ian Young

Club Soda Community Podcast

This week's podcast features guest host, women's leadership and empowerment coach, and long-time friend of Club Soda, Harriet Waley-Cohen. Harriet is joined by author and podcaster Janey Lee Grace and addiction consultant Ian Young. This inspirational trio discusses how sobriety has helped them and their clients to become more empowered.Meet your Empowering HostsHarriet Waley-CohenHarriet has been on her own sobriety journey for the last 18 years. Since she gave up drinking in 2002, she has been helping people realise personal empowerment and true potential in sobriety. Harriet comes at coaching from a very real place - she herself has had many life experiences, having recently survived breast cancer, all whilst being sober. You can find out more about Harriet's public speaking and coaching workshops on her website, or join her free Facebook page, Harriet's Inner Circle.Janey Lee GraceYou may know Janey as being co-presenter on the UK’s biggest radio show, BBC Radio 2’s  Steve Wright in the Afternoon. Janey also hosts her own podcast, Alcohol Free Life, and is an ambassador for the empowerment that sobriety can bring.  Janey is also the author of several books on Holistic Living, and her recent publication, 'Happy Healthy Sober: Ditch the booze and take control of your life' is available on Amazon now.Ian YoungIan knows recovery from the inside out. His struggle with drugs and alcohol gave him the insight to act; he's the founder of two of the largest drug rehabilitation services across the UK and Europe. Ian now lives in Phuket, Thailand, where he runs his private practice, Sober Services Global, as well as rehabilitation services in Southern Thailand. As you'll hear, empowerment has been a tool that Ian has found invaluable in supporting those in active addiction and their families.Support the show (https://joinclubsoda.com/product/tip-jar-support-club-soda/)

44mins

9 Aug 2021

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Ian Young

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Today, we speak with award-winning reporter Ian Young of the South China Morning Post. Young is the Post's Vancouver correspondent currently covering the Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings between the US and Canada. He also continues his investigative reporting into the policies that led to devastating coronavirus outbreaks in Vancouver care home facilities. A journalist for more than 20 years, Young covered the 1997 handover of Hong Kong and won (or shared awards for) excellence in investigative reporting and human rights reporting—as well as the HK News Awards 'Scoop of the Year.' In this episode, we discuss the Wanzhou hearings, the Little Mountain Place care home facility covid outbreak, and faux outrage over Sinophobia used to quash political dissent. 

36mins

13 Jun 2021

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Harriet Waley-Cohen, Ian Young, and Drew Lawson on connection with self

Club Soda Community Podcast

This week our podcast centres on our connection with self, our friend Harriet Waley-Cohen interviews Ian Young and Drew Lawson. We'd like to thank Harriet for guest-hosting the podcast, we're always grateful for her contributions toward Club Soda. Ian Young runs a recovery centre on the island of Koh Phanang, and Drew is a Holistic Therapist. In this interview, they get stuck into how they've found a deeper connection to self, as well as to those around them through sobriety. They discuss the physical expectations we place on ourselves to appear and appeal in certain ways, and delve into spiritual practices that they have found helpful in their journey through sobriety. Ian has a sober community around him and they enjoy dancing at the various parties on the island. At the peak of his pre-sobriety partying, Ian was using drink and drugs. He wasn't nourishing his body with food, and was hooked on sweet drinks like Malibu and Baileys. When he got sober, he worked in chocolate, and in this interview he talks about how he switched out those sweet drinks for a chocolate habit. He's trying to reduce this at the moment. Since becoming sober he says he feels he has found a connection with self that was always meant to be. He has become the person he was destined to be, and has let go of the need for external validation.Drew uses spiritual practice to find that connection with self. He meditates, and focusses on finding energy from yourself, rather than from external sources such as drugs and alcohol. Drew believes that being in service to others and dissolving selfish intent is the key to rebuilding a sense of self worth and connection with our true selves. The discussion also delves into relationships coming to an end, and how to find comfort in being single. Sex and self-pleasure are also part of the conversation, as well as finding the things in life that truly make you feel happy and fulfilled. Support the show (https://joinclubsoda.com/product/tip-jar-support-club-soda/)

57mins

19 May 2021

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Ian Young- footballer, kickboxer- strength and conditioning coach

How to build a creative business

Ian Young- footballer, kickboxer- strength and conditioning coach After I had my two boys a friend introduced me to Ian's in person  classes in 2011. They were weekly strength classes but I loved the  Saturday morning boxing best. Ian now has an online community with his  classes and a growing team of wellness coaches. His time as a young footballer taught him lessons about value and self  awareness. Furthermore, the in person classes he ran for many years- the  dedication and planning they required means Ian has a wealth of clients  and a true understanding of his ideal customer.

38mins

13 Apr 2021

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Pitching A Script To Hollywood? - Ian Young

Founders House

#2: Unlike many industries, which have lengthy formal training programs for new hires, the talent agencies start their hires in the mailroom. Breaking into the mailroom is extremely competitive and everyone knows you can only do it with at least one exceptional referral, otherwise, they won’t even interview you. Ian Young, a recent UTA Virtual Extern (2020) talks about the application process, pitching a movie script to Hollywood agents, what they look for in new hires and how he's navigating the ongoing pandemic. Ian is an undergraduate at the University of Michigan and has experience as a Set Production Assistant at 313 Entertainment and was also a General Staff member at Funny Bone Comedy Club in Ohio. SIGNUP for the FoundrsHouse newsletter or add our creator, Milan Ehrhardt on socials here: https://linktr.ee/foundrshouse ALERT: Book a slot on our show if you've founded a company, had an awesome internship or started-up a project that could help our listeners in any way. Students and young professionals from any industry are welcome! Find a date here: https://calendly.com/milanehrhardt/foundrshouse HAVE A QUESTION OR SUGGESTION? Send me a voice note below and I'll respond on our episode. If you have a suggestion for a guest you'd like to hear from, let me know! FoundrsHouse is the business & careers show for Gen Z. Created by Milan Ehrhardt, a second year university student at the University of Westminster in London, UK.

13mins

23 Jan 2021

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Ian Young on Death and Discipleship

Church Talk

Episode 9 // Emmy and Ian talk about the realities of death, the joys of discipleship, and serving in the local church.

33mins

18 Nov 2020

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4: Living Hell to Living Big with Ian Young

Unbroken: Healing Through Storytelling

Ian Young uses his own experiences to see how he can genuinely benefit others.   He has been working in the Private Sector of the Addiction treatment industry since 2003, successfully touching the lives of thousands of people and their families, showing them a new way to live and encouraging them to rebuild their lives Ian was the founder of two large Rehabilitation facilities in the UK in 2004 and 2006 And is currently the Co-Founder and Treatment Director of The PARC ~ Phuket Addiction Recovery Clinic , which he has been developing and growing since September 2019. Ian is about to begin a new project on the island of Koh Phangnan, where he is collaborating to create a sober health and wellness co-working retreat next to the beach called Eden. In 2008 Ian founded Sober Services Global, which helps people attain and maintain recovery from their behavioural health challenges by offering bespoke packages of treatment to individuals and their families also affected by the patient Ian published his autobiography “It’s Not About Me ~ Confessions of a Recovered Outlaw & Addict, from living hell to living big” in 2013. Ian’s personal mission is to co-create a green and harmonious world, through laughter and love, bringing a better quality of life to all who cross his path and beyond.Some key points from our interview:How he had to hit rock bottom for him to turn his life aroundHow his third overdose woke him up and started his sobriety journeyHow he realised that for himself absolute abstention was the only way he would recover from his drug and alcohol addiction How the hardest part of his recovery journey was surrendering and accepting the factsHow recovery had helped him move away from being the bad guy to a good guy"Gratitude is so important" - Ian YoungYou can get more information about Ian here:  https://www.sober-services.com/ian-young/*                                                     *                                              *                                                      *"Unbroken: Healing Through Storytelling" features  individuals who have all triumphed after adversity and have not just bounced back in life, but forward and are now making a difference for others.Hosted by Madeleine Black, the show will share stories of all the amazing people Madeleine has met on her own journey as an author/speaker and these stories will heal, motivate, inspire and bring hope when they share their wisdom and knowledge with her.She really believes in the power that comes when we share our stories, that in fact we are not story tellers but story healers. Tune in to discover what helped them to stay unbroken and together we will discover that none of us are broken beyond repair.You can find out more about Madeleine, her story and her memoir, Unbroken,  from her website: https://madeleineblack.co.uk/Watch the Podcast via YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeleineBlackUnbrokenFollow on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/unbrokenthepodcastwithmb 

43mins

8 Nov 2020

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Part 2 | Ian Young - Now touches the lives of thousands of people | TSMF SHOW

The Sonya Morton Firth Show

Do you want to live a more fulfilled life? Subscribe and receive my special gift to You: https://www.sonyamortonfirth.com/?mailmunch_preview=893920 Today my guest is Ian Young. Speaker, author, founder of recovery clinics and Sober Services Global in the UK and in Thailand. In his past life a squatter, raver, DJ and addict. Injecting heroin, cocaine as well as being an alcoholic. His life then revolved around setting up large raves in the UK and in Europe and dodging prison. Ian now touches the lives of thousands of people offering lasting recovery for those struggling with addictions. Watch this interview as Ian and I discuss the 12 step program, Russell Brand, God, religion, and love.❤️ Subscribe to my Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/thesonyamortonfirthshow?sub_confirmation=1

30mins

29 Sep 2020

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Ian Young - Now touches the lives of thousands of people | TSMF SHOW

The Sonya Morton Firth Show

Do you want to live a more fulfilled life? Subscribe and receive my special gift to You: https://www.sonyamortonfirth.com/?mailmunch_preview=893920 Today my guest is Ian Young. Speaker, author, founder of recovery clinics and Sober Services Global in the UK and in Thailand. In his past life a squatter, raver, DJ and addict. Injecting heroin, cocaine as well as being an alcoholic. His life then revolved around setting up large raves in the UK and in Europe and dodging prison. Ian now touches the lives of thousands of people offering lasting recovery for those struggling with addictions. Download Ian's book for free: https://ian-young.com/its-not-about-me/  Listen to Ian talking in 12 Step Conventions: https://ian-young.com/audios/ Follow The Sonya Morton Firth Show, subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/thesonyamortonfirthshow?sub_confirmation=1

1hr 12mins

22 Sep 2020

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