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Say Yes! with Carla Hall

English, Social, 1 seasons, 37 episodes, 23 hours 21 minutes
Carla Hall has a mantra: “Say yes. Adventure follows, then growth.” Taking risks is how she became a world-renowned chef (two-time Top Chef Finalist) and television personality (Netflix’s Crazy Delicious, Good Morning America). All along the way, she’s had to deal with people saying “No" to her—a lot. And she’s not the only one. On SAY YES!, Carla connects with people who've found success through adversity. In each conversation, her guests talk about how they overcame their own challenges, and how they keep going...even when it seems impossible. Because nobody’s life path is a straight line, and we can all learn from one another’s experiences. Premiering on September 15th.
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Listen Now: 'Tis The Grinch Holiday Talk Show

Cuddly as a cactus and charming as an eel, he’s your new favorite snarky talk show host. Join The Grinch (and his faithful dog Max) each week as he rants against Christmas cheer and roasts celebrity guests like chestnuts on an open fire. Starring Saturday Night Live’s James Austin Johnson as the notorious curmudgeon and broadcasting straight from Who-Ville, will The Grinch send these famous folks back down Mt. Crumpit, or will they soften his stance against Christmas and grow his heart three sizes? Grab your hot cocoa and cozy slippers and listen along to find out!Follow&nbsp;'Tis The Grinch Holiday Talk Show on the Wondery App or wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen to episodes of&nbsp;'Tis The Grinch Holiday Talk Show early and ad-free right now by joining Wondery Plus. Listen now:&nbsp; Privacy Policy at <a href=""
13/11/20235 minutes 4 seconds
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Listen Now: Wow in the World

Did you know that spider silk can help save the planet and drawing eyes on cow butts protects cows from predators?! Well you and the curious kids in your life can learn all about these AMAZING scientific discoveries and more on the Wow in the World podcast.The #1 podcast for curious kids and their grownups Wow in the World transforms every car ride into a scientific adventure. Join hosts Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz as they dive into the latest scientific discoveries, innovations, and stories guaranteed to make everyone say WOW!Listen to Wow in the World&nbsp;here.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at</a
19/10/20235 minutes 50 seconds
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Listen Now – The Cat in the Hat Cast

Hold on tight and prepare to be whisked away on a weekly adventure with Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat! In a world full of delightful mix-ups and exhilarating mayhem, the mischievous Cat takes the reins and enlightens the ever-cautious Fish on the art of hosting a perfectly poised podcast. Featuring alphabet song sing-a-longs, tremendous tongue-twisters, and wondrous wordplay, you'll be left guessing what surprises The Cat will pull out of his hat next. Listen to The Cat in the Hat Cast now.&nbsp;Follow The Cat in the Hat Cast on the Wondery App or wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen to The Cat in the Hat Cast early and ad-free right now by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app or Wondery Kids Plus in Apple Podcasts.Listen to The Cat in the Hat Cast&nbsp;here.See Privacy Policy at <a href="" rel="noope
18/09/20236 minutes 17 seconds
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Wondery Presents: Don’t Panic with Anthony Atamanuik

Staying alive in the most ridiculous situations keeps comedian Anthony Atamanuik up at night. If you’re attacked by a swarm of killer bees, do you lay on the ground and play dead? Climb up a tree? Jump into the nearest body of water with a little straw poking out as a breathing apparatus? We could find ourselves caught in a million wild situations, and if you don’t know what to do, you might not make it out alive!&nbsp;On Don’t Panic, Wondery’s new comedy show, super-worrier Anthony Atamanuik brings to life our most irrational fears and anxieties with some of the funniest people on the planet. Along the way, guests will also share what keeps them doom scrolling on their phones, and learn what to do in every ridiculous, worst-case scenario situation that couldn’t possibly happen in real life. Or could it?&nbsp;Enjoy Don’t Panic on the Wondery App or wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen to Don’t Panic&nbsp;early and ad-free on Wondery Plus. Join Wondery Plus in
10/07/20237 minutes 37 seconds
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Introducing: How I Built This with Guy Raz

Have you ever wondered how some of the biggest companies like Chobani, OpenAI or Michael Kors got started? On the podcast How I Built This, Guy Raz interviews the world’s best-known entrepreneurs to learn how they built their iconic brands from day 1. In each episode, founders reveal deep, intimate moments of doubt and failure, and share insights on their long journey to eventual success. How I Built This with Guy Raz is a master-class on innovation, creativity, leadership and how to navigate challenges of all kinds.Check out How I Built This wherever you get your podcasts. You can listen early and ad-free on the Amazon Music or Wondery app: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at <a href="
26/06/20237 minutes
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Wondery Presents: Diss and Tell

Savage subtweets. Scathing diss tracks. Tell-all memoirs. These are the weapons that celebrities use to wage modern social warfare against each other. Feuds between celebrities captivate us like nothing else. Why are there so many fights that play out for everyone to watch? How do public figures tap into the arsenal of weapons at their disposal to come out on top? And why do we have such a hard time looking away?From Wondery, the makers of the hit series&nbsp;Scamfluencers&nbsp;and&nbsp;Even the Rich, comes Diss and Tell. Hosts Sydney Battle and Matt Bellassai take you deep into pop culture’s most iconic celebrity feuds, from Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan to Hailey Bieber and Selena Gomez. Sydney and Matt unpack who fired the first shot, what happened, and how cultural phenomena and hidden forces influence not only these battles, but also the world we live in.&nbsp;Listen to&nbsp;Diss and Tell:&nbsp;<a href="" rel="noopener no
12/06/20236 minutes 36 seconds
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Carla Says Yes to Biscuits

Say Yes is going to be taking a break, but the show so far has been a journey! Carla recounts some of her favorite moments from past interviews, and gives a critical list of requirements for good biscuits. This week’s ingredient: if you’re not full of biscuits already, get Carla’s cornbread from&nbsp; Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
13/04/20217 minutes 59 seconds
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Suze Orman Saves for Security

Planning for the future shouldn’t come as an afterthought, but it’s often one of the hardest things to talk about. Financial expert Suze Orman has spent her career giving advice to help people take control of their money and save for an emergency. She talks with Carla about how she first got into finance as a waitress with no background knowledge, and quickly became a top performing broker. And Suze tells Carla about the health emergency she recently suffered, and how it made her slow down in life. This week’s ingredient: talk with a family member or friend about your short-term money goals!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
06/04/202150 minutes 48 seconds
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson Cooks Up Possibilities

It’s hard to let go of controlling so many things in our lives - when a beloved project ends, what our kids will grow up to be - but all the more rewarding when we accept the unexpected. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, best known for playing Mitchell on Modern Family, pivoted from acting to write a cookbook with his friend Julie Tanous, Food Between Friends. He talks with Carla about the end of Modern Family, his love for cooking, the state cookie of New Mexico, and being a new parent - an exercise in being ready for anything. This week’s ingredient: cook a favorite recipe with a family member or friend that has special significance to you, and share those memories with them!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
30/03/202145 minutes 28 seconds
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Iliza Shlesinger Is a Morning Person

Sometimes following your own rhythm is the best example you can show others. Iliza Shlesinger, comedian and actor, is known for her Netflix standup specials including Unveiled and Elder Millennial. She and her husband also started a series of cooking videos called Don’t Panic Pantry, to show people how to cook some favorite home cooking staples during the pandemic. Iliza and Carla talk about being morning people in the very late night industries of comedy and restaurants, and Iliza shares how she’s never felt shy or hesitant about being herself. In fact, sharing personal experiences on stage has shown her how many women are dealing with the same challenges. This week’s ingredient: let go of your texting expectations and forgive those unanswered messages!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at <a href="" rel="no
23/03/202152 minutes 6 seconds
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Folake Olowofoyeku Explores New Worlds

Being the newbie in the room can be embarrassing, but how else will you expand your horizons? Folake Olowofoyeku, star of Bob Hearts Abishola, talks with Carla about moving from Nigeria to the US, stepping into her first big TV role, and navigating her first press event. Plus they discuss the differences in racial identity and experience between Black Americans and Nigerian immigrants, and the deliciousness of West African food. This week’s ingredient: practice your posture!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/03/202152 minutes 53 seconds
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Darius Rucker Sings of Sunshine

It’s scary to break away from the group and start a solo project, but the new adventure can bring creative success. For Darius Rucker, frontman of Hootie and the Blowfish and Grammy-winning country music singer, another bandmate’s departure signaled the beginning of his solo career. As a Black man, Darius’ path into the mostly white industry of country music was difficult but rewarding. He talks with Carla about the musicians who inspired him, his career in music, and his new single Beers and Sunshine. This week’s ingredient: have a karaoke party to sing the music you loved growing up!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/03/202137 minutes 5 seconds
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Danielle Evans Writes New Histories

Sometimes getting a creative project done means being willing to risk failure - that’s what award winning author Danielle Evans learned from writing her second book,&nbsp;The Office of Historical Corrections.&nbsp;Danielle talks to Carla about how she tricked herself into writing through a block, and how feedback provides important insight during the writing process. And they discuss the ways that storytelling can show different perspectives on American history, apologies, and second chances. This week’s ingredient: try telling a familiar story from another voice or perspective!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/03/202148 minutes
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Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin Organize the Perfect Partnership

If you’re used to working alone, it’s tempting to just keep going solo - but finding the right person to work with can make an enormous difference. For Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer, becoming partners and starting their home organizing business together was unexpected, but an instant success. Their show on Netflix, Getting Organized with the Home Edit, shows Clea and Joanna doing what they love best: organizing mess and chaos into labeled containers and restoring balance. They talk with Carla about how a random lunch date turned into a business meeting, and how their introvert/extrovert combination is the perfect match. This week’s ingredient: organize and edit a space, even just a shelf, to make it functional and beautiful!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at <a href="" rel="noopener noreferrer" t
23/02/202149 minutes 15 seconds
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Robin Roberts Practices Optimism

These days, we’re all having times when it’s hard to stay positive. But as Robin Roberts reminds us, being optimistic and hopeful is a skill that needs to be practiced. The&nbsp;veteran journalist and co-anchor of Good Morning America talks with Carla about getting out of her comfort zone to switch from sports to anchoring GMA, how she identifies the ease and rhythm of a good interview, and one of the most important lessons she learned from her mom: make your mess your message. And Robin gets real about being nervous on the job when she was younger (hint: gotta make a quick bathroom getaway!). This week’s ingredient: even if you don’t feel optimistic, try saying something hopeful about tomorrow!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
16/02/202149 minutes 54 seconds
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Michelle Lee Changes the Faces of Beauty

Diverse representation means changing not just the cover of the magazine, but what conversations and decisions go into making it. Michelle Lee, Editor in Chief at Allure magazine, made it her mission to redefine beauty by diversifying the images, voices, and stories inside. She also banned the term “anti-aging” from the magazine in an effort to show that beauty isn’t determined by youth. Michelle and Carla talk about her career in magazine journalism, facing imposter syndrome at work, and how Michelle found her place in her job by sticking to her ideals. Plus, she shares her best sunscreen recommendations. This week’s ingredient: appreciate a part of your body that’s changed as you’ve gotten older!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
09/02/202149 minutes 37 seconds
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Ree Drummond Shares Her Frontier Follies

Living in the middle of nowhere doesn’t mean being disconnected - sometimes, it builds the strongest bonds. Author, home chef, and Food Network star Ree Drummond found herself living on a remote ranch in Oklahoma when she married her husband Ladd. It wasn’t the life she’d envisioned for herself, but as she soon found out, it was the life that fit her. Ree tells Carla about the beginnings of her blog-turned-TV show, The Pioneer Woman, and about how her relationship with Ladd involves a lot of humor and rubber snake pranks. This week’s ingredient: stop doomscrolling and enjoy your favorite comfort food!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
02/02/202149 minutes 13 seconds
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Mayim Bialik Stays Curious

Did you know that trying new things literally exercises different parts of your brain? Actress, author, and scientist Mayim Bialik started acting when she was a kid, then got her doctorate in neurobiology before returning to TV in The Big Bang Theory. She’s also written books about the science behind adolescence, and hosts a new podcast on mental health. Mayim’s also starring in a new show, Call Me Kat, about a single woman who opens a cat cafe. Mayim and Carla talk about why it’s important to keep learning and trying new things, what pop music she loves, and why getting nervous makes some people need a bathroom break! This week’s ingredient: notice what happens in your body when you’re stressed.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
26/01/202143 minutes 35 seconds
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Laila Ali Throws a (Flavor) Punch

Even champions have their doubters, and sometimes that’s an inspiration to fight even harder. Laila Ali, champion boxer and cookbook author, talks with Carla about how her determination to fight overcame her father’s misconceptions about women in the ring, and about how preparation gave her confidence when facing an opponent. And now that she’s retired from boxing, Laila has turned to another of her passions: cooking. She and Carla geek out over how Laila developed her own organic spice mixes, and what they’ve learned about honoring your own palette. This week's ingredient: experiment with a food you don't like by pairing it with flavors you love!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
19/01/202145 minutes 37 seconds
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Dr. Nicole LePera Does the Work

What does it mean to really get to know yourself? Dr. Nicole LePera is a holistic psychologist dedicated to helping people understand the patterns and history that inform our behavior, and the connection between our mind and physical body. Carla and Nicole talk about the need to express ourselves and been seen by others, and the effects of generational trauma. This week's ingredient: ask a friend to tell you what one of your blindspots is.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
12/01/202152 minutes 40 seconds
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Misty Copeland Dances into the Future

Saying yes is always hard, especially when it means being the first person to break boundaries. Misty Copeland was the first Black woman to be named principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater, and her stunning career has been focused on further opening up ballet for Black and brown dancers. Her new children’s book, Bunheads, inspired by Misty’s own childhood, shows the power of friendship and storytelling in ballet. Misty talks to Carla about the challenges she faced building her career, and the similarities she sees between being Black and being a ballerina. Plus, Misty shares her passion for inspiring young would-be dancers. This week’s ingredient: read a children’s book!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
05/01/202146 minutes 51 seconds
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Rachael Ray Bounces Back from 2020

As we close out a very difficult year, many of us are reflecting on loss and how to rebuild after trauma. Rachael Ray, celebrity chef and author, talks with Carla about the devastating fire at her home and how she draws on family lessons about hard work and perseverance to pull through. She also opens up about the loss of her beloved dog Isaboo, and why animal rescue organizations are so close to her heart. This week’s ingredient: find a community hero in your neighborhood and do something small to acknowledge their work.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Panera Bread - Look for Panera Soups as well as more cafe inspired grocery products from Panera next time you shop for groceries. To find a story near you, go to;See Privacy Policy at
22/12/202046 minutes 49 seconds
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Theresa Caputo Has a Message

This year, we’ve all been coping with loss and thinking about what it means to find healing. Theresa Caputo, star of Long Island Medium, has a gift for sensing what she calls Spirit, the presence of loved ones who’ve passed away. She passes along messages to family members and friends struggling with loss, focusing on soothing past traumas. Theresa and Carla chat about how we mourn the many tragedies in our lives, big and small, especially in 2020, and Theresa’s mission to create a positive impact. Plus, a very special Say Yes moment: Carla and Theresa sing a favorite song together. This week’s ingredient: take a few minutes to recall someone you love.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - Panera’s line of cafe-inspired grocery products gives you a head start at great flavor with limited prep time for your holiday cooking. Find Panera Soups, Mac&amp;Cheese, Dressings and more where you buy gr
15/12/202053 minutes 9 seconds
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Megan Roup Will Have You Dancing

It's been a tough year to stay motivated and moving our bodies, but fitness instructor and dancer Megan Roup specializes in just that. After years of training and working as a professional dancer, Megan learned that dance had the power to change her relationship with her body and inspire confidence and strength. Megan talks with Carla about her program, The Sculpt Society, and about why she feels called to her work helping people feel comfortable in their bodies. This week's ingredient: have a dance party at home!Go to and use Promo Code CARLA25 to get 2 weeks free&nbsp;+ 25% off your&nbsp;first month on the TSS app! (valid for new members only)Support us by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - From Coffee Shortbread Cookies to Salted Coffee Caramels, find these and many other delightful recipes fe
08/12/202045 minutes 25 seconds
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Yeardley Smith Uses Her Voice

Sometimes the things that made us stand out as kids turn out to be valuable assets. Actress, podcaster, and author Yeardley Smith is best known for voicing the iconic Lisa Simpson. Her career in theater and acting goes all the way back to childhood -- but she never anticipated voice acting would be her ticket to fame, especially after being teased for having a distinctive voice. Yeardley and Carla talk about changing their own perceptions of what success looks like, leaping into new adventures, and how Yeardley started her podcast and found a new relationship. This week’s ingredient: reinvent your Thanksgiving leftovers!Support us by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - Find stress-free, delicious recipes featuring Panera cafe inspired grocery products at You can pick up your favorite Panera varieties where you shop for groceries, online or
01/12/202041 minutes 31 seconds
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Jamie Oliver Keeps It Simple

Often it’s the easiest, fastest meals that are the most delicious. Starting with his show The Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver’s had a long career in cooking, TV, cookbook writing, and running restaurants. In his new cookbook 7 Ways, Jamie continues his emphasis on simple, home cooking with few ingredients, aimed at getting even reluctant cooks to make something tasty. But Jamie’s also faced obstacles in the restaurant business that have taught him valuable lessons. Carla and Jamie talk about the importance of home cooking, embracing failure, and how you can never have too many chili sauces. This week’s ingredient: find something at home and repurpose it in a fun way!Support our show by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - Panera Refrigerated Soups and Mac &amp; Cheese are available in the refrigerated deli section, and Panera Sliced Breads are on the shelf in the bread aisle where you buy groceries. Go to <a href="" rel=
24/11/202047 minutes 46 seconds
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Jackie Aina Has the Perfect Shade

Sometimes, you just have to shrug and say “why not?” to try out a new direction in life. YouTube star and makeup artist Jackie Aina had a couple detours in life - joining the military, moving to Hawaii - before she really hit her stride sharing her makeup videos online. But as she tells Carla, all that discipline and hard work proved that she could do anything she put her mind to. Jackie shares how tricky it is to navigate social media, and why it’s important to push the beauty industry to be racially inclusive. This week’s ingredient: try out a new look, not for anyone else, but for yourself!Support us by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - Created by Panera chefs, flavorful recipes are available at You can pickup Panera’s Fuji Apple Vinaigrette and their other Dressing varieties when doi
17/11/202050 minutes 49 seconds
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Gail Simmons Writes Her Own Future

What happens when you go into the same career as one of your parents - but they actually wanted a different path for you? That’s what happened to Gail Simmons, food writer, cookbook author, and judge on Top Chef. In fact, Gail and Carla first met on the show years ago, when Carla was a contestant. They talk through the exploration Gail went through to find her career in food despite her mom’s misgivings, the anxieties of being on TV, and how not having a set plan means being able to change and learn throughout life. Plus, Gail shares the attitude and personal mantra that’s helped her find happiness. This week’s ingredient: try a new veggie or ingredient you’ve never tasted, roast it in the oven, and enjoy!Support us by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - For an extra bowl of comfort for you or to make someone in your house happy, look for Panera’s Chicken Noodle Soup– and its other soup varieties--online or in the refr
10/11/202042 minutes 22 seconds
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Rachel Lindsay Is Being Herself

Have you ever followed one path just because it was what you were supposed to do? Then wondered if you were in the right job? Rachel Lindsay thought becoming a successful lawyer was the right move - until she made the life changing decision to go on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Now she’s a correspondent on Extra, a podcast host, and using her platform to advocate for more diversity on the TV shows that put her in the spotlight. Rachel and Carla talk about the ups and downs of being Black women on reality TV, and how long distance relationships can sometimes be the right choice. This week’s ingredient: write a thank you note to someone who supports you.Support us by supporting ours sponsors! Panera At Home - Panera Salad Dressings are made with no artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors, or colors, and can be found online or in the refrigerated produce area at your local grocery store. You can find more tasty inspiration with Pane
03/11/202055 minutes 35 seconds
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Chelsea Handler Is Using Her Anger for Good

How much do you challenge your own views? How much do you listen to people with different perspectives from yours? It’s something we could all do a little more of these days. Chelsea Handler first made a name for herself with her irreverent humor, as the only female late-night talk show host on the air. Lately, she’s been using her platform to build more empathy and understanding. Chelsea and Carla talk about the importance of finding common ground, finding humor in yourself, and how she channels her anger into sustainable action. This week’s ingredient: Vote!Support us by supporting our sponsors! Panera At Home - With a few simple ingredients on hand, you can incorporate your favorite Panera products and flavors into more than 150 recipes created by Panera chefs! Find recipes featuring Panera's grocery products at See Privacy Policy at <
27/10/202037 minutes 52 seconds
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Paul Scheer Is Out of the Safe Zone

Paul Scheer got his start in sketch comedy and improv, but he almost didn’t take an audition for FX’s The League because he didn’t want to try something new. But when he finally said yes, it turned out to be one of the biggest roles of his career. Paul (Black Monday, How Did This Get Made) talks with Carla about being open to new things, about their shared experiences at Catholic school, and how his kids are already turning into comedians. This week’s ingredient: make a list of what you did last week that made you happy, and set an intention to find the same mood this week.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App.&nbsp; us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - You can find all of Panera's </stro
20/10/202040 minutes 14 seconds
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Loni Love is a Big Nerd (And So Is Carla)

Loni Love has been through some big career changes -- in fact, she used to be an electrical&nbsp;, she played French horn and worked at General Motors. Yup, she’s a big nerd. Comedian, actor, and Emmy winning host of “The Real,” Loni Love talks with Carla about her book “I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To: True Life Lessons.” She share how a little curiosity and mentorship changed her life. This week’s ingredient: listen to a song that picks you up!Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - For more meal ideas featuring Panera’s Broccoli Cheddar Mac &amp; Cheese, visit <stro
13/10/202047 minutes 26 seconds
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Duff Goldman Will Try Anything

Duff Goldman is famous for being a baker. But bakers are constant tinkerers: Duff’s also a musician, a metalworker, a boss, a TV personality, and soon he’s going to embrace his biggest job yet: Dad. Carla talks with Duff (“Ace of Cakes,” “Holiday Baking Championship”) about how saying yes to a series of new adventures has totally transformed his life. And guess what his favorite cake is? Yellow box cake!Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - For more meal ideas featuring Panera’s Creamy Buttermilk Ranch Dressing and Dip, visit today!Candid - To save $75 off your
06/10/202043 minutes 40 seconds
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Gretchen Rubin Stays Positive

What makes us happy? How do we even&nbsp;define happiness? There’s perhaps no one better to answer those questions than Gretchen Rubin, the best-selling author of The Happiness Project and host of Happier with Gretchen Rubin. She and Carla talk about how to stay positive in these uncertain times, and how it’s never too late in life to say yes to something new. This week’s ingredient: Do something you loved to do when you were a kid.&nbsp;Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - For more meal ideas featuring Panera Mac &amp; Cheese, visit today!Indeed</stro
29/09/202039 minutes 44 seconds
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Glennon Doyle’s A G*damned Cheetah

On today’s episode, best-selling author Glennon Doyle (Untamed, Together Rising) joins Carla to talk about how she was told a courageous choice would be “career suicide,” how she overcomes fear to say yes, and how she defines her faith. This week’s ingredient: Challenge Yourself to Do Something Different.&nbsp;Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. us by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - Panera grocery products are developed by chefs, featuring high-quality ingredients that you can pronounce – and they’re available where you buy groceries, in stores and online!Third Love - Go to&nbsp;THIRDLOVE
22/09/202042 minutes 14 seconds
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Kristen Bell Gets Messy

For our very first episode, Carla welcomes Kristen Bell (The Good Place, Frozen). One of coolest things about Kristen is that she’s not afraid to share her messy side. She and Carla talk about why every marriage needs a good “housecleaning,” Kristen's growth mindset, and how she is handling her kids’ distance schooling. This week’s ingredient: Making Mistakes.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. our show by supporting our sponsors!Panera At Home - Panera grocery products are developed by chefs, featuring high-quality ingredients that you can pronounce – and they’re available where you buy groceries, in stores and online!Indeed - Try Indeed out with a free $75 credit at&nbsp;<a href="h
15/09/202045 minutes 40 seconds
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Introducing: Say Yes! with Carla Hall

SAY YES! will be a chance for Carla Hall to talk with people who have found success all while overcoming personal and professional challenges. The show will showcase her signature warmth and humor as she digs deep with her respected guests.You can binge all episodes of Say Yes! with Carla Hall exclusively and ad-free on Wondery+. Find Wondery+ in the Wondery App or on Apple PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
28/08/20201 minute 57 seconds