Lisa Fischer

Podcast

Why would anyone start a podcast with all the competition that exists? Well, I'm that person who is going to take a stab at it. I'm a longtime broadcaster; I have interviewed thousands of people since the mid 1980s when I began working as a radio/tv journalist and broadcaster. I was either sent on a story and told to "bring back some sound," that's TV talk for audio, or I was interviewing people for a radio show I hosted (the Lisa Fischer Show), I was still asking the questions I was expected to ask. So now it's my turn. Interviewing the people I want to interview and asking the questions I want to ask. You see, I have snobby ears. I don't always think podcasters do a great job on their podcasts, which of course they will say about mine. But mine is going to be unique to me, representing the way I interview. You'll either like it or you won't. Either way, give it a listen and leave a review. Here is the lineup.

Click this link to go directly to the Lisa Fischer Said podcast page on Apple Podcasts. Have you subscribed yet? What are you waiting for?

LISA FISCHER SAID PODCAST: LAUNCH DATE OCTOBER 5, 2020.

Here is the lineup of guests on the Lisa Fischer Said podcast:

Episode 1 Click this link to listen to Gin Stephens, author of Delay Don't Deny; Feast Without Fear; and Fast. Feast. Repeat. All books available here.

Episode 2-David Bazzel. Former Arkansas Razorback and media personality on 103.7 The Buzz and KATV. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 3-Laura Leigh Turner. Broadway star in Mean Girls. Former pageant darling. She has her own podcast entitled Living in the Light. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 4-Rebekah Fowlkes. Full disclosure: Rebekah is like a daughter to me. I met her in 1990 when she was 5, and her mother and I were in a Bible study. She's a leader in network marketing, but we talked about the Enneagram on this episode. Follow her on social. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Books/audio books she recommends:

The Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth by Christopher L. Heuertz:
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The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile:
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The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships by Suzanne Stabile
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The Wisdom of the Enneagram: The Complete Guide to Psychological and Spiritual Growth for the Nine Personality Types by Don Richard Riso:
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Podcast: Sleeping at Last

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Episode 5: Dr. Amy Beard. Dr. Beard is a functional medicine physician in Central Arkansas who has helped hundreds of people get off the cycle of a "pill for an ill." She practices what she preaches. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 6: Kaka Ray. It's a week from the general election; we are in the middle of a pandemic and emotions are running high. How to handle it? Kaka navigates the path for us. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 7: Joshua Kessler and Caitlin Cutt. They are both producers in the fabulous true crime space, and Caitlin even hosts her own true crime podcast called "Pretty Scary." I worked with these two professionals on a recent episode of "Twisted Sisters" on Investigation Discovery. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 8: Jeff Matthews! For those of you who listened to us on the radio from 2006-2015, you will know why I used an exclamation point. He was the reason we were a successful morning show duo on B98.5. Click this link to listen to the episode.

Episode 9: Jenny Bradley. Her website is a great resource for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer. Click this link to listen to the episode.

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Episode 10: Larry West Jr. of LWestJr designs. Larry is an adorable friend who makes me laugh and helps me where it counts: decorating/designing things. You'll love him, too, if you haven't met him. You can listen to the episode here.

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Episode 11: Laurie Lewis of FastForwardWellness.com. She is a delight and a faithful fasting advocate. Listen to her episode right here. #intermittentfasting #thinforlife #menopauseweightgain

Episode 12: Natalie Sanderon, my dear friend who knows everything about movies and tv shows, tells us what we should be watching right now. Here is the episode link. #netflix #amazonprime #hbo #apple+ #streaming #truecrime #comedy

Episode 13: Dr. Elena Zinkov is a naturopathic physician in Bellevue, Wash., and she has great advice on treating your thyroid and taking care of your hormones. Her website is here. The episode is here. #guthealth #hormones #thyroid

Episode 14: Dave Cawley, host of the podcast Cold. He brought such insight into his work as a journalist for this episode. If you're a #truecrime fan, you have to download this episode. It is here. #cold

Episode 15: Shannon Lea is the @autoimmunefoodie on social media. The girl knows her way around healing the body through nutrition. She was diagnosed at one time with more than seven autoimmune conditions, and she has fought a valiant fight to gain her life back. Check out her episode here. #health #guthealth #nosugar #glutenfree #wahlsprotocol

Episode 16: The trio of therapists from Tennessee Neurofeedback were terrific to kick off 2021. Kaka Ray, David Hampton and Nate Larkin hit it out of the park with their take on addiction, alcoholism and pandemic living. Listen to it here.

Episode 17: Australia's intermittent fasting sweetheart Graeme Currie tells his journey of losing more than 130 pounds just by limiting his eating window to one hour a day and by cutting fast food and sugar. Very impressive. He's a best-selling book author already and a very successful podcaster.

Episode 18: This is a great episode about addiction and alcoholism. David Hampton is a great guest. You must listen to this. Link is here.

Episode 19: Melissa Radke is hilarious, guys. Hil. Ar. I. Ous. Listen to her episode here. She had a TV show on the USA Network in 2019. It's worth a peek, too.