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Alex Franklin

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The Alex Franklin Episode

Tha Bloc Report

Can you believe that today we’re kicking off the 4th year of Tha Bloc Report hosted by Pot-C? Over the past few years, Pot-C has really held it down delivering a fantastic podcast that has kept fans up to speed on the latest and greatest music and artists from Tha Bloc. A sincere thank you goes out to Pot-C and all guests who’ve stopped by over the past three years! Today Pot-C continues to deliver! This time around Alex Franklin stops by to speak about musical background and what he’s got cooking for the future. As always, you’ll also hear new music and hits from Tha Bloc Report charts. Music by Louis Lingg and The Bombs, Liam Stewart, Cheese N Pot-C, Danke Sun, Timezone Lafontaine, Krazy Shitz, Vietnam II and of course lots by Alex Franklin! So be sure to check it out. Enjoy! As always, thank you to Pot-C for continuing to make it happen! Thanks also to Alex for stopping by! Of course, thanks once again to you for downloading & listening. We always strive to deliver content you’ll love. Please spread the word about blocSonic, if you enjoy what we do.


3 Sep 2021

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The Magical Mystery Tour of Life & The Universe with Alex Franklin

The Never Settle Podcast

In today's episode Alex tells her story of being completely burned out after years of working in TV production and how that led to many twists and turns and the Universe seriously having her back! After standing up a friend on a night out for the umpteenth time because of work commitments, her friend called her out and told her to quit. Not something she had even considered before, but this conversation gave her the balls to do it.  But then what? What were her passions?  After some travelling in Costa Rica she worked for a while in a hostel, and then after briefly toying with becoming a yoga teacher decided to pursue her travelling passion and worked on a yacht. This did not become a dream for her spending 14 hours doing laundry most days of the week with less time off than her TV career, so again she had to rethink and came back to the UK.  Keeping  with the hostel theme she worked for a UK Hostel Association which proved to be a lot more hard work than her time abroad.  Eventually a persistant back problem continued to get worse to such a point she needed to be signed off and narrowly avoided an operation. Having time to reflect and listen to her doctors advice she went back to the idea of being a self employed yoga teacher, and 12 months later went to India to complete her training.  Feeling like she had come home after making that decision and the healthiest she had ever been, doors opened and life just flowed.  A teaching opportunity landed in her lap to teach yoga at a surf school in Morocco, which gave her the confidence she needed to buy a yoga business and move to Bristol. That and the Universe delivering the money she needed to buy the business.  The business grew to a point where she needed to employ other teachers and as much as she loved it, after a while felt she needed more traditional Indian training.  Meditation one day revealed the name of the Ashram she was soon to visit and work at.  That time out there led Alex to realising she wanted to have the freedom to visit friends and family back home but also earn money from anywhere in the world so she could continue her travels. Enter SFM and Alex's online marketing education.  This was intially for an affiliate marketing business but has since taken her to supporting other marketers and now embarking on her coaching career.  Alex says - Just take the leap into the unknown, especially if it has landed in your lap, as the possibilities that could open up for you are life changing. You only need the 1st step and the rest of the journey will unfold over time.  If you would like to learn more about Alex and connect you can find her on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/alexfranklincoaching/ If you are unhappy with your relationships or career you can speak to me, Mel Clarke, about The Ultimate Contribution Uncovered program, which is simply life changing. Please book a call with me at https://calendly.com/melanieclarke/call-with-mel--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mel-clarke/message


27 Jan 2021

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Don't Be a Barney - "The Fabulous Buchanan Boys" w/ special guest Alex Franklin!

Baywatch Watch

Mitch has a brother! Hobie has a cousin! The crew pops chills, greases on noodles, and learns how not to be a barney while Shauni and Eddie investigate the case of the disintegrating bikinis and Kaye breaks ground on the Venice Voice.  Join us as we shoot the pier with special guest Alex Franklin (host of the podcast "Trust the Bachelor Process" and writer on the upcoming reboot of Showtime's Dexter) as we talk blood gas, milk vs. coke, and 1991 laptop specs, and whether or not Mitch ever flirts. Grab a chill, sit back, and enjoy the ride.

1hr 44mins

28 Oct 2020

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Episode 14: Why You Don't Share Your Faith with Alex Franklin

How to Christian Podcast

Alex Franklin is a Christian writer at heis.blog. Alex and I have a conversation about God's plan for us, living by the Spirit, and asking questions like, "Why don't I share my faith?" For more information and resources mentioned: www.kalecourtright.com/podcast/episode14 For questions or comments: kcourtright@crosspointcofc.org


27 Aug 2020

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The Bachelor Is The Best Way To Find Love: Alex Franklin

Hills I'd Die On with Taylor Cox

Taylor is joined by writer/comedian Alex Franklin (Trust The Bachelor Process) to debate love, reality television, and whether or not milk is gross (hint: IT'S NOT).Art: Mackenzie MooreMusic: Hayden CoplenEditor: Mike CarrierSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


4 Jun 2019

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The Bachelor w/ Sarah & Alex Franklin

Guilty Pleasure

Guilty Pleasure is the podcast that celebrates, elaborates, and experiences our odd interests!Today’s guests are Sarah and Alex Franklin, hosts of “Trust The Bachelor Process” and we’re talking The Bachelor! Enjoy!


9 Apr 2018

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Bachelor Fam! w/Special Guests, Sarah and Alex Franklin

The Bachelor Zone

In our first ever crossover episode we welcome into the Bachelor Zone fellow Bachelor pundits The Franklin Sisters, hosts of the wonderful podcast "Trust The Bachelor Process". Sarah and Alex share with us their insights on last season and predictions on Becca K as the Bachelorette... Jaw dropping leaks, Earth shattering theories of producer meddling, and how the tact and strategy of contestants, and culture of the franchise may be changing in the era of the #metoo movement. "Trust The Bachelor Process"https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/trust-the-bachelor-process/id1238026111?mt=2Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebachelorzone)


5 Apr 2018

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#43 w/ Alex Franklin & Stevie Johnson; Mini Tour Golfers

No Gimmes

Alex and Stevie play out of Stonetree in Northern California. Both players come from very different backgrounds that got them to professional golf, which has led to some very interesting views on how to achieve success in the professional golfing ranks. We discuss; Trusting the pross Staying centered out on the course How to overcome pre performance anxiety Who is the greatest golfer ever Catching flames and bags How disassociation from the result yields better performance


13 Nov 2017

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Nickelodeon and Mental Illness with Sarah and Alex Franklin

Lizard People: Comedy and Conspiracy Theories

This one goes out to the 90’s babies! And also to anyone who’s ever wondered if there’s a little more to their cartoons than meets the eye. Also people who love sad shit. This week we talk to the hilarious Franklin sisters, hosts of the podcast Trust The (Bachelor) Process and stellar comedians and writers. Sarah and Alex have a little theory about some of your Nickelodeon shows, and baby, it ain’t pretty. They believe that Doug, Rugrats, Spongebob Squarepants and Hey Arnold are actually about the ravages of loss and mental illness. Yes, your favorite cartoon kiddos are actual irradiated, depressed, schizophrenic, racist, and just downright old-fashioned grief phantoms. Fun!


11 Aug 2017