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The Stories We Tell with Joanna Gaines

English, Arts, 1 season, 8 episodes, 4 hours, 20 minutes
New York Times Bestselling author Joanna Gaines invites guests - including podcast-reluctant Chip Gaines - to discuss her new book, The Stories We Tell. Filled with the same wit and hard-won wisdom you expect from the stars of Fixer Upper and Magnolia founders, this four-episode series shines a light on the vulnerable side of Jo as she speaks candidly about doubt and belief, shame and acceptance, and finding strength in self-discovery. Jo writes, “Earlier this year, I wrote down my story—all the people and places and moments from my life that shaped me. Some of it broke my heart, and some of it pieced it back together. But all of it made me surer than ever that the stories we tell—to ourselves and to each other—can heal, they can help us grow, and make us think. But mostly, stories are how we connect. That’s what led me to this podcast, to a place where we can share our stories together.” The series will feature solo conversations between Chip and Jo, along with other special guests, plus stories from others mixed in along the way. There is hope and power in living out the fullness of your story. But you don’t have to write it alone. New episodes every week in November!
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Introducing 50 Fires w/Special Guest Chip Gaines

From Executive Producers Chip and Joanna Gaines, 50 Fires is a new podcast hosted by financial planner and conversationalist Carl Richards. As a listener of The Stories We Tell, please enjoy this ad-free episode of 50 Fires with special guest Chip Gaines and listen to more episodes of 50 Fires on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. All over the world, people are taught never to talk about money, politics, or religion in polite company, but on 50 Fires, Carl will remove money from that list by having frank, funny, and often difficult conversations about money - the kind we were all told not to have! - with guests from all walks of life. This episode of “50 Fires” reveals a different seen side of Chip–entrepreneurial, spiritual, philosophical, and reflective. Carl and Chip discuss Chip’s unconventional attitude toward risk, using money as a tool for impact versus a measurement of success, the challenges of raising children in the Instagram era, and the fact that Jesus was a reckless financial planner (oh, and Joanna even makes a surprise cameo). Follow and listen to 50 Fires on Apple Podcasts Carl Instagram: @behaviorgap Blind Nil Instagram: @blindnilaudio Please direct business inquires to: [email protected] Music Credits:  Alexandra Woodward / Rabbit Reggae / courtesy of Cody Francis / Wherever You’re Going / courtesy of
11/14/202347 minutes, 2 seconds
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Introducing Blind Nil Audio

Two new podcasts from Joanna and Chip Gaines's new podcast network Blind Nil Audio are out now! This Morning Walk invites you to experience the transformative power of a simple walking practice. Join hosts Alex Elle and Libby DeLana as they share the lessons they’ve learned on their walking paths, both individually and together. On 50 Fires: A Podcast About Money and Meaning, host and financial conversationalist Carl Richards will invite a new guest on each episode to answer the question “What does money mean to you?” Their answers will reveal much more than their attitudes about money, spanning revelations about identity, community, faith, family and the true meaning of wealth. Listen and follow wherever you get your podcasts! Blind Nil Instagram: @blindnilaudio Please direct business inquiries to: [email protected] Website:
10/11/20232 minutes, 54 seconds