Experience a side of Dr. Phil McGraw you may have been missing as he delves into the minds of the most interesting and accomplished people in the world today. From celebrities to ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, to the world’s leading experts and “disrupters,” every guest will be provocative, informative and relevant. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
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The coronavirus outbreak continues and with it comes an increase in stress, pressure and uncertainty. Dr. Phil discusses ways to manage social distancing.
“I knew in my heart that I wasn’t a killer. I knew in my heart that I never wanted to take anybody’s life,” says reformed gang member, Joseph Lucero. On this week’s episode of Phil in the Blanks, Dr. Phil speaks with the youth mentor and actor about his life on the streets, his time behind bars, and what he says prompted him to turn his back on gang life. New episodes of the Phil in the Blanks podcast drop every Tuesday. Listen and subscribe.
Coronavirus: What are the facts? Dr. Phil is joined by leading medical and health professionals for a deep dive into the complexities of the pandemic.
Carla Pennington says she gave “probably the worst interview of my career” when being considered for the position of Executive Producer at Dr. Phil, nearly two decades ago.
Hear more about the television executive’s life and career when she sits down with Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast.
Psychiatrist and Medical Director for the County of Los Angeles DCFS Dr. Charles Sophy speaks out about the most significant problem he sees among youth, offers thoughts on a solution to the opioid crisis, and more on this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast.
Jon Taffer is an entrepreneur, consultant, author, TV personality and host of Bar Rescue on the Paramount Network who says he’s fascinated by human behavior. “We’re not in the television business – we’re in the human reaction business,” the the hospitality icon tells Dr. Phil on the next Phil in the Blanks podcast.
This week on Phil in the Blanks, Dr. Phil welcomes Jason Flom - a music industry giant who may be most famous for the people he’s helped to make famous. The executive has backed scores of artists like Matchbox Twenty and Sugar Ray, to Katy Perry and Lorde.
Flom is also an inaugural board member of the Innocence Project, and host of the podcast, Wrongful Conviction with Jason Flom, which he says he started three years ago because, “I thought if I could help exonerees share their stories, and in so doing, help to prevent even one wrongful conviction from happening in the future – then let’s do that.”
His newest series, Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions is a powerful 13-episode podcast that tells the story of twelve real false confessions, using actual audiotapes from inside the interrogation room, and asks and answers the question: why would an innocent person confess to a crime he didn’t commit? Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions launches, February 19. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
New York Times bestselling author, speaker, founder of "Magnify Your Message" and top-rated TED talker Cheryl Hunter joins Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast. Hear about Hunter’s life -- including being kidnapped, assaulted and left for dead.
What Made Pop Star Meghan Trainor Say ‘Uh-Oh’? Singer-songwriter and award-winning pop star Meghan Trainor joins Dr. Phil on the next “Phil in the Blanks” podcast.
Singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor first flew to the top of the charts in 2014 with her certified triple platinum album “Title” which included the hit singles “All About That Bass” and “Lips Are Movin.’”
“I was 19 when this all happened, and I was all of a sudden in charge – like the CEO of a million-dollar company – and I was like, ‘Uh-oh,’” the pop star tells Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast.
Since then, Meghan has received multiple awards and nominations, including a Grammy, four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, and two Billboard Music Awards.
Want to know more about her upbringing, career, personal life? She’ll share them all with Dr. Phil when the next episode of Phil in the Blanks drops this Tuesday. Check here to find out where you can listen and subscribe. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dr. Phil speaks with veteran broadcaster Jim Hill of CBS2 Los Angeles about his friendship with Kobe Bryant.
Basketball legend Kobe Bryant, 41, and his daughter, Gianna, 13, were among nine people who lost their lives when a helicopter crashed on a hillside in Calabasas, California on Sunday morning, January 26. Since then, tributes from thousands of fans across the world have been pouring in as they process the loss. and the tragic day he learned of his death along with his daughter Gianni and seven others.
On this encore episode, Dr. Phil "Phil's in the Blanks" in your life.
I'm helping you live your best life by moving your position from being right to being happy, teaching life laws, and more.
On this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast, Dr. Phil sits down with his good friend Ken Solomon, President of the Tennis Channel. They talk careers, television then vs. now, politics – and tennis!
Did you know that only 8 percent of people keep their New Year’s resolutions? If you want to be one of those people, tune in to this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast to learn the key. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
It’s the new year! Are you making resolutions? If you plan on reaching your goals, tune in to this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast where Dr. Phil tells you how to increase your chances of keeping your resolutions. Learn how to program your environment, keep yourself accountable and make your resolutions part of your schedule. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Remembering What The Holidays Are Really About – Whether you’re celebrating time-honored traditions or creating new ones, Dr. Phil shares ways to remember what the holidays are really about with meaningful rituals and customs, on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Are you a serial dater? Do you have trust issues? Or, do family members sabotage your relationships? Tracy McMillan, author, television writer and relationship expert from the hit OWN reality series Family of Fiancé, tackles these topics and more on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
“The formula for a successful relationship is: The quality of a relationship is a function of the extent to which it is built on a solid underlying friendship and meets the needs of the TWO people involved.” - Dr. Phil. In the season finale of Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With? episode 8, Dr. Phil details the two jobs you need to master for a successful relationship. For more information and worksheets: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dr. Phil dives into ways that you can make your relationship sing in episode 7 of Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With?
Reclaim Your Core: ‘Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With?’ Episode 6:
“It’s time to make a substantial difference in the health, pleasure, joy and satisfaction in your relationship – whether your partner does anything or not,” says Dr. Phil in episode 6 of his Phil in the Blanks podcast series “Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With?”
“If you’ve been listening to my latest series, Relationship Reality Check, we’ve worked hard to get rid of the myths and “bad spirits” in your relationships. Now, it’s time to choose to behave differently,” Dr. Phil says.
Find out how to reclaim your core in episode 6 and how you can get through Thanksgiving with a smile on your face!
Tuesday People with Mitch Albom: Morrie said there was no substitute for the experience of having children. The hosts discuss the importance of family, the decision to have – or to not have – children and how today’s decisions will affect you later in life. To subscribe and for additional information: https://www.mitchalbom.com/tuesday-people/
In episode five of Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With? Dr. Phil explains how every one of us has an irrational and destructive emotional side to our personality. This dark side can sabotage your relationship in an insidious way. Take your own inventory!
In episode 4 of Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With?Dr. Phil is joined by leading human sexuality expert Justin Lehmiller to bust myths about sex and discuss ways to improve your sex life. Plus, learn the seven most common fantasies that people have about sex. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
BONUS EPISODE: Mitch Albom’s beloved professor Morrie Schwartz once said, when you have a terminal disease as he had, you find out really quickly who your friends are, and how important your family is. Guest Dr. Phil McGraw joins Mitch Albom to discuss who he keeps close and how he chooses those he spends his precious time with. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SUBSCRIBE: https://www.mitchalbom.com/tuesday-people/
Dr. Phil continues his series "Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With?" on his Phil in the Blanks podcast. This week, he dives into relationship myths, like, there’s a right way and wrong way to have a great relationship. “Not true!” Dr. Phil says. Also, Dr. Phil tells you how four minutes can change your whole relationship. https://drphilintheblanks.com
How well do you know your partner? And, does your partner know you? Dr. Phil continues his Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With? Series on his Phil in the Blanks podcast. Find out how Dr. Phil can predict if you’re going to get a divorce based on the Four Horsemen. Tune in to find out what they are. For more information and worksheets: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
In order to fix your relationship, you'll need to get real about yourself first. The journey towards a better relationship begins with you. You may be in a relationship that has gone off the rails, you feel disappointed and disillusioned but now is the time to change all of that. I am going to give you the means to turn any relationship around. Episode one of Relationship Reality Check: How Much Fun Are You To Live With? For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/ Also, Tuesday October 22nd on Dr. Phil more relationship issues: "Liar, Liar: Which Sister is Telling the Truth?" Check out this clip: https://www.drphil.com/shows/liar-liar-which-sister-is-telling-the-truth/
In Living By Design, Episode 10, on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast, Dr. Phil revisits the 16 steps people can take to dramatically change their lives. From having a life-script to taking responsibility for your own actions, Dr. Phil says, no matter your age, it’s never too late to start. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dr. Phil says, “Never put yourself in an untenable position by picking a battle that you don’t need to fight and don’t know with great certainty, that you can win.”
Are you bold enough to stretch yourself? Find out in the eighth installment of Living By Design. In this episode, Dr. Phil tells listeners, “You have to believe enough in yourself to get out there and reach for what you want,” and discusses working on your Playbook for Life.
Dr. Phil is continuing to discuss the 16 steps you can take to come out on top – a playbook for life. Are you reactive or proactive? How can change your life by doing a few key strategies 30 minutes everyday? Listen in and learn how having a plan, keeping things “close to the vest” and always being in investigatory mode can propel you to the top!
Bonus Episode: Robin swaps secrets about the perfect Girls Night with jewelry designer and entrepreneur JENNIFER MEYER! Robin and Jennifer discuss Girls Night do's and dont's (does Robin bring Dr. Phil to Girls Night?!), favorite activities, and some juicy Girls Night Out stories! Robin also surprises Jennifer with a few of her FAVORITE things to do on Girls Night: we're talking karaoke, cocktails, and a special psychic reading from acclaimed psychic/medium BILL PHILIPPS! Change into something comfy, because we're having a GIRLS NIGHT IN tonight! For more information: https://www.ivegotasecretwithrobinmcgraw.com/
In the sixth installment of his series Living By Design on the fan-favorite “Phil in the Blanks” podcast, Dr. Phil continues his discussion of the 16 steps people can take to come out on top - from learning to claim and accept praise, to knowing your real currency. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
If you want to be a winner, Dr. Phil says there are 16 things you need to do to get ahead and come out on top. On this week’s all new Living By Design Phil in the Blanks podcast, learn what you can do to maximize your position in life.
“I am going to tell you why winners win and losers lose, and trust me, it is not an accident and it’s not luck,” Dr. Phil says. “You could be a Goody Two-shoes, or you can be a winner; but you can’t be both.”
Every 92 seconds, another person experiences sexual assault. That’s according to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. On this week’s podcast, Dr. Phil discusses campus safety, sexual assault and what parents can do to better prepare their kids for college and the best resources students can use to reach out for help.
Veteran police sergeant and author of 400 Things Cops Know and Police Craft, Adam Plantinga, is Dr. Phil’s guest on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast. Ever wonder what a cop knows? How they think? What they feel? How they cope with the streets? How they do their jobs? Sgt. Adam Plantinga knows the answers to all these questions. That’s because he’s been a cop for almost twenty years and he’s smart. And funny. And honest. Thankfully for us he’s turned his life into best-selling books that share his sometimes shocking, breathtaking experiences and insights- books that screenwriters and crime novelists use to help them create believable characters and stories. Turns out being a cop is not at all like what we see on television and in the movies. What do cops think about the communities they serve? Racial profiling? Gun control? Interrogation? Diversity training? Fearing for one’s life? Dealing with the bad ten percent ninety percent of the time? Their mental health? What do they really need? If you care about how to understand and help the men and women who keep you safe then you need to get yourself settled in and listen to Dr. Phil’s conversation with San Francisco Police Officer and Author Adam Plantinga. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Mary Lambert’s says she was abused as a child, attempted suicide at 17, turned to drugs and alcohol before being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and survived multiple sexual assaults throughout her childhood. Her poetry collection “Shame is an Ocean I Swim Across” explores themes of childhood abuse, sexual trauma, body acceptance and mental illness, stemming from the entertainer’s personal experiences.
“I'm really impressed by it - and impressed by your courage,” Dr. Phil tells the artist on this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast.
Robin McGraw is a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and best-selling author. She also just happens to be married to Dr. Phil! “I fell in love with you that very first night,” Robin tells her husband, whom she fondly refers to as “Phillip” on this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast. The couple, who celebrates 43 years of married life on August 14, talk about their family, key moments in their life together, Robin’s considerable accomplishments as a businesswoman and advocate, and life in the public eye. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Leading body language expert human behavior analyst and author, Susan Constantine, talks deception detection, ways to catch a liar and decoding the truth behind lies on this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast from Dr. Phil. Susan looks for "deceptive language – liars appeal to your logic, often using words to remove them out of the event. Every word is important because the subject selects them, it’s unconscious and provides a wealth of information." More information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Americans are fascinated by athletes. There is an entire media industry built around critiquing their work, assessing their value and holding them accountable to the adoring public that craves their success and pays their salaries. Athletes rarely allow the public to see beyond carefully crafted branding strategies. Some shun the public’s attention altogether, some crave that attention and can’t live without out it. Metta World Peace is one of those rare athletes who makes no pretense of hiding who he is and what he’s about. Metta has struck a chord with Americans. Whether by design or not he is more transparent and accessible than most athletes and exerts far less control over what he allows us to see. When he won a championship ring with the Los Angeles Lakers, one of the most recognizable and valuable sports franchises on Earth, he thanked his psychiatrist in his post-game comments. Not the kind of thing most athletes would do. But our guest has had to struggle for everything and knows what is real accomplishment. He was raised on public basketball courts in New York City where people have been killed over petty personal disputes. He has had to look over his shoulder his whole life. In one of the most competitive sports, he became a first-round pick in the NBA, an All-Star, won the NBA’s coveted Defensive Player of the Year Award, and of course, became a World Champion. While achieving the impossible he struggled to leave his past behind. He has fought his battle with mental health in front of the cameras and has become an important voice in understanding mental health and how mental health problems impact athletes and athletics. He has come so far from his rough and tumble roots that he won the J. Walter Kennedy Award given to the NBA player who shows outstanding service and dedication to the community. Of all the things he has achieved that is among the most impressive, because it shows the true colors of this playground warrior.
Renowned neurosurgeon and concussion expert Dr. J. Patrick Johnson talks about how medicine is changing and the markers that can tell whether someone is likely to have Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) - the brain condition associated with repeated blows to the head. Plus, Dr. Phil talks about safety tips for children with Tracie Arlington Founder and lead instructor of Play It Safe Defense. She’ll cover empowering children with knowledge and techniques to combat verbal defense, bullying, sexual assault prevention and more.
Every single one of us has some kind of sense of humor, but only a precious few can make all of us laugh. Cedric The Entertainer is one of those rare people with near universal appeal who has put together a hugely successful career as a beloved stand-up comedy legend, a Tony Award winning Broadway star, a popular game show host, a sitcom star, an iconic movie star and just for good measure he’s been awarded an honorary doctorate. For the last thirty years he’s been one of our most important and influential public voices. The comedy legend, who stars in and executive produces The Neighborhood and appears in the hit TV comedy The Last O.G., opens up about his life before comedy, including working as an undercover security guard at Sears, his philosophy with hecklers, the Kings of Comedy Tour, and more.
We all strive to do our best. That’s why we love champions. We love to win. Americans in particular love to learn how to win. Tennis Champion Coco Vandeweghe has done just that. She has learned how to become a champion. And she’s learned from some of the best. Her immediate family boasts Olympians, former NBA players, and even a Miss America. For her competing and winning is a way of life. Anyone who wants to win has something to gain from her passion, intellect, commitment, struggle, dedication and her ability to deal with enormous pressure. Not just a champion but an outspoken advocate for equality and fairness in sports and in everything she does. Hear what Dr. Phil and Coco have to say. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Best-selling author, journalist, screenwriter, playwright and radio and television personality Mitch Albom joins Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast. Albom, whose books include Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven among others, opens up about how writing Tuesdays with Morrie changed his life forever, his fascination with heaven, what he learned from Chika, a little girl he was raising as his daughter who died of a brain tumor, and more.
People have been talking about the potential of the internet since its inception. Amanda Cerny has fulfilled some of that vast potential in staggering ways. With more views and viewers than some cable channels this young lady has redefined media in the 21st Century in ways that has changed our future. There are hundreds of millions of people trying to accomplish what she has accomplished and yet only a handful have managed to compete at her level. Listen in as Dr. Phil finds out who she is and how she has come so far in such a short time, and explore her vision for the future. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Winning the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the greatest prestigious award given in the field of comedy can be the most rewarding experiences of your life. Jay Leno, one of the most successful talk show host and comedian, shares his love for cars, techniques on saving money and insights into an ultimate garage. Hear what Jay tells Dr. Phil about having one of the most famous and successful careers in the history of American humor.
The Jonas Brothers are back – and they’re opening up to Dr. Phil on the next Phil in the Blanks podcast! Kevin, Joe and Nick, who formed their rock band in 2005 and broke up in 2013, give their first interview since reuniting in March. Find out what they kept inside all these years, what to expect on their new tour, and more! The Jonas Brothers Happiness Begins tour, with special guests Bebe Rexha and Jordan McGraw, kicks off this Summer! The Jonas Brothers’ ‘Chasing Happiness’ clips provided courtesy of Prime Video. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Former Police Chief David Brown is best known for his steady leadership during the 2016 Dallas sniper shooting. During the shooting, five police officers were killed, and seven other officers and two civilians were injured. On this week’s episode of the Phil in the Blanks podcast, Chief Brown sits down for a candid conversation with Dr. Phil. He shares why he became a police officer, how he humanized the men and women behind the badge, new solutions for school shootings and more. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Ever wish you could live a life where you could say exactly what is on your mind at all times? Very few people actually have that kind of freedom. It takes a certain kind of sacrifice in order to reap the rewards that come from being true to who you are. Such people must take the risk that being yourself will lead to being successful. There’s a certain kind of character a person must have to take such a risk- whatever happens is yours and yours alone- success or failure- its nobody else’s fault. We like that kind of character on Phil In The Blanks. True success ultimately comes down to self-ownership and the courage to take responsibility for oneself- all the good and all the not so good. Ron White has walked that walk, and because he’s walked the walk he can talk the talk- and when he talks people laugh and they laugh hard. He’s a Navy Vietnam vet, a blue-collar comedy icon, a producer, an actor, a whiskey drinking, cigar smoking, unfiltered, off the cuff stand up from a small town in Texas who’s seen it all, done it all and landed on his feet in front of microphone. One has to love Ron White for all the good and for how he helps others learn to walk in their own truth the best they can. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Jimmy Kimmel, radio host, sports guy, multiple award winning writer, producer and host, accomplished voice over actor, legend of the groundbreaking Man Show, screenwriter, host of the highly influential hit late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live, host of the ESPY's and the Academy Awards, avowed tormentor of Matt Damon, internet sensation, break up revenge artist, self proclaimed three headed dog and football prognosticator. Best known for putting the funny into taboo subjects that rampant political correctness has relegated to untouchable status. He will tell the truth in ways that cannot be dismissed or ignored and so has become a true national resource. He attracts a lot of controversy and makes a lot of people laugh, even when he makes them angry- so he must be doing something right. We're here to enjoy his unique talent and perspective on Phil In The Blanks. More info: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Gayle King is a voice of reason, calm and love who has been in our lives for decades now. We count on having her there in the morning to inform us, lead us, entertain us and get the positive vibes flowing bright and early. When the news is bad she’s great and when the news is good she’s even better. A beloved radio host, she’s also one of the most successful names in television journalism and one of the most trusted and respected. King interviews top newsmakers and delivers original reporting to CBS THIS MORNING and all CBS News broadcasts and platforms. She is also Editor-at-Large of the award-winning O The Oprah Magazine. Since joining CBS News in 2011, King has conducted revealing and news-making interviews with world leaders, political figures and celebrities. Among her numerous awards are three Emmys and the American Women in Radio & Television’s Gracie Award for Outstanding Radio Talk Show. When they say “it couldn’t happen to a nicer person” they’re talking about Gayle King. She's one of those people who keeps us connected to honesty, truth and decency, and for that she is more valuable than ever before, and why we want her here on Phil In The Blanks.
Click link below to navigate to Dr. Phil’s other podcast 'Analysis of Murder by Dr. Phil' where this week you will hear all about what happened the night Dee Dee Blancharde lost her life, in one of the most bizarre and twisted murder cases ever.
You will hear his fascinating, exclusive prison interview with Dee Dee’s tortured daughter Gypsy Rose, who was there that bloody night and involved in more ways than you can imagine.
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Dr. Phil and Coach Mike Bayer, the New York Times best-selling author of Best Self: Be You, Only Better, go LIVE and take questions from listeners! On this special episode, Dr. Phil and Coach Mike get real about suicide, the opioid crisis, cyber bullying and how parents should draw the line on their teen’s privacy. To see this full video: http://bit.ly/DrPhilLive or go to https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Police issue a nationwide, all-points bulletin for the safe return of Gypsy Rose Blancharde, believed to be kidnapped by her mother’s killer. Police use advanced technology to trace her whereabouts and find her hiding in a closet 700 miles from her home. What happens next will shock everyone beyond belief. Subscribe: Subscribe and Listen Now: https://apple.co/30au1Bn
Episode 3 of Tracks of Life is truly a family affair! Jordan’s dad Dr. Phil shows up to take us on a journey through night shifts in factories, homemade mix tapes, and an apartment building guarded by the notorious Hell’s Angeles. Even Jordan walked away from this one with some new knowledge of where Dr. Phil came from and how important music was on his journey to becoming the most recognizable face on television. The Doc even turns the tables to get a couple of the songs from Jordan and Fabian’s own Tracks of Life… This is NOT one to miss!
Every life has a soundtrack. On Tracks of Life, Jordan McGraw and Fabian Marasciullo talk to YOUR favorite musicians, actors, authors, producers, business moguls, and athletes to find out what songs they’ve put on theirs. This podcast isn’t about famous people’s favorite songs. Tracks of Life is about the songs that had a lasting impact on the most interesting people’s lives. Subscribe: apple.co/tracksoflife
When it comes to judging future success, most people get it wrong, one way or the other. There are simply too many variables. One of the hardest things to do on Earth is play in the National Football League. It is also one of the hardest places to predict individual success. Everyone in the league is superior in some way: speed, strength, agility, skill, instinct, passion. Separation between best and worst is often measured in split seconds or a couple of inches, or in a single moment of inspiration or hesitation. Think about what it takes to be the best ever in a world like the NFL, to somehow move beyond superior and live there. Emmitt Smith thought about it then went out and did it. But when he was coming out of high school a man considered to be an expert at judging young football talent said about him: “he is a lugger, not a runner. He’s not fast. He can’t get around the corner. When he falls flat on his face, remember where you heard it first.” The most important variable in becoming the best running back in the history of the NFL is being Emmitt Smith.
Justin Paperny, who spent time in prison and now prepares others for their time behind bars, visits with Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast to discuss the infamous college admissions cheating scandal involving celebrities and wealthy parents. Listen in as Paperny, author of Lessons From Prison and Ethics in Motion, reveals what he believes is the motivation that caused these parents to cheat – and why he believes all the defendants in the headline-making scandal are going to prison. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Sophie Turner, known as Sansa Stark on the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, opens up about what it was like to be in front of the camera starting at a young age, and how she has worked to overcome her own body image issues on the newest episode of ‘Phil in the Blanks’ podcast. Turner reveals that she has suffered from depression for five or six years, sometimes preventing her from getting out of bed and leaving the house. She says she noticed it come on strong when she was 17. Hear why she says it’s important for her to share her story. For more information: www.drphilintheblanks.com
Dr. Phil and Oprah Winfrey have been close friends and professional colleagues since she first invited him to be a regular contributor on The Oprah Winfrey Show over 23 years ago. On the latest episode of Phil in the Blanks, Dr. Phil says that he’s never forgotten the help Oprah gave him. He also reveals that he sends her a message - at least twice a year – “Just for the purpose of telling you how much I appreciate how much you’ve done for me and my family.” Hear more from Oprah, and learn all about her new book: The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose, on this week’s podcast. Featuring anecdotes from her life, as well as the lives of renowned figures such as Brené Brown, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Elizabeth Gilbert, Jay-Z, Ellen DeGeneres and others, in the book Oprah shares what she sees as a guide for activating your deepest vision of yourself, offering the framework for creating not just a life of success, but one of significance. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Life is riddled with bad guys so in the latest installment of Living By Design series Dr. Phil teaches you how to identify the people who will “screw you over” and “take what is yours” -- and how to protect yourself and those you love. Learn about BAITERs and the Evil 8 qualities that identify a BAITER so you can win in the world. It’s time to learn how the world really works, not how you wish it worked. https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Money, success, fame and influence are not an antidote to anxiety and can even make things worse. For Charlamagne Tha God, living with anxiety has been a life-long issue, from an unsafe childhood and a dysfunctional family to being black and successful in America, he has looked at mental health from every perspective. As a popular radio and podcast host he has discussed the issue at length and has arrived at a compelling way of looking at things, that is, at times, at odds with the way mental health is viewed in parts of his community. Here on ‘Phil In The Blanks’ we are going to look at how anxiety and other mental health issues are viewed behind the scenes in media work environments and in the African American community, and see how one man’s tireless struggle to overcome anxiety, fear and doubt has helped shape the lives of his family, his friends, his co-workers and even some A-list celebrities. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
If you like celebrities and controversy then you are going to love Piers Morgan who does both better than anyone else in the world. The youngest editor in fifty years of a British national newspaper succeeds with a cunning wit and a win at any cost approach to giving the public what it wants. He has an appetite for conflict and a nose for controversy, but he himself is a controversial figure as well, through his comments about others and by stretching the laws on privacy and access to celebrities’ lives. As an editor, television host and columnist Piers Morgan has made himself an international success by getting to what’s interesting about people and there is nothing controversial about that. He’s a man who will go toe to toe, any time, any place, and that’s the kind of spirit we like here on Phil In The Blanks. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Anyone who can be called both "Sir Charles" and "The Round Mound Of Rebound" has got to be an interesting person. Charles Barkley is serious and regal and joyous and athletic and always funny whether he's trash talking NBA Legends on the basketball court or offering indispensable insight into the game while hosting his television talk show. The one thing Sir Charles has in abundance, aside from talent and numerous NBA records, is personality. He is one of the country's most watchable television stars and most beloved voices. There is no one who doesn't stop and listen when Sir Charles speaks. Fearless, transparent, wise beyond his years, spot on insights and a weary honesty that captivates are just some of the qualities and characteristics this giant possesses. Here on Phil In The Blanks we are going to give The Man a platform to express himself so we may get to know him better than ever and enjoy all those things he can't bring forward on television. There is so much fun to have and so little time! For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
What are the ten defining moments in your life? What seven critical choices have you made? And who are the five pivotal people that you’ve encountered along the way? These are just a few of the questions that Dr. Phil explores on his next podcast that could help reveal why you're where you are right at this moment. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com
Pamela Meyer is a best-selling author, successful entrepreneur, has an MBA from Harvard and that’s not even the coolest part. What makes her so interesting is that she’s a world-renowned expert on lying. She can spot a liar from space. She has focused her considerable intellect and analytical skills on the subject and has brought forward a powerful skill set that she can pass on to all of us. We need to know when someone is not telling us the truth. Sometimes all we have is a suspicion that we can’t turn into something more concrete. Pamela Meyers is going to share with us some of her best tools and insights, discuss how she developed them and teach us how to use them well. Liars beware! For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com
Tony Romo, winner of the prestigious Walter Payton award for outstanding division 1-AA football player, and a consensus All- American, he was an undrafted rookie out of Eastern Illinois University when he signed with the Dallas Cowboys as an extra quarterback for practice drills. He hung around long enough to make the team and get a chance as a backup quarterback which he grabbed on to and never looked back. One of the highest rated quarterbacks ever, holder of numerous team and NFL records, and considered one of the gutsiest and smartest quarterbacks to ever play the game. He was forced to retire due to a compression fracture in his spine or he would still be playing. But his loss has been our gain- soon after retiring he landed in the CBS broadcast booth where every football fan in American has marveled at his incredible ability to know what plays teams are going to call next from both the offensive and defensive side of the ball, which has created a whole new level of fun and excitement in our television experience of the NFL and set a new gold standard for broadcasting sports. Tony Romo is a perfect example of the old adage- "the cream always rises to the top." He didn't have the high profile college career many others had, but there was no denying his talent once he stepped on the field as he outperformed big time first round draft picks his entire career. Never give up, never doubt your abilities, grab onto opportunities when they show up and you'll rise to the top just like Tony Romo. For more information go to https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Are you ready to put yourself first and start accomplishing your goals to get to where you want to be in life? Dr. Phil says it’s never too late to get started -- and he’s going to tell you what you need to do to get an edge in your life in his Living by Design series. Learn the seven core characteristics of a champion and how to achieve them. For more information: http://www.drphilintheblanks.com
On this episode, I will be "Phil -ing in the Blanks" in your life. This is my new series where I will help you get “the edge” in your life. I want you to know who you are, and more importantly how you got to be there. The only person you have to control, to make a huge change in your life is you. What I want you to do is start Living by Design and have a definition of what success is in your life. I want us to come away with a plan that you can get excited about. ….and that’s what this series is all about! For worksheets and more: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
There is strength and accomplishment and then there is our next guest, Kathy Bates. She has hundreds of acting credits on stage and in film and television, and a formidable body of television directing work. She is an Academy Award winner and three-time nominee. She has fourteen Emmy nominations and two wins. She is a Tony Award nominee. An Obie Award winner. She has two Golden Globes Awards. Two Screen Actors Guild Awards. Two BAFTA nominations. There is no acting challenge she has not met and mastered. For the past several years, Bates has served as a Spokesperson for the Lymphatic Education and Research Network (LE&RN). LE&RN is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded in 1998 to fight lymphatic diseases and lymphedema through education, research and advocacy. Listen in Kathy sits down to discuss growing up in the south, going to SMU, finding her voice on stage, her greatest roles and life as an actress. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dr. Phil taps into the huge reservoir of strength and talent that is Steve Harvey. Twenty-seven years doing something is impressive. Being successful at something for twenty-seven years is even more impressive. Being one of the best at something for twenty-seven years is absolutely incredible. Being the best at something that is extremely difficult. Steve Harvey is one of the best stand-up comics ever. For most people that would be everything. For Steve Harvey that’s getting out of bed in the morning. You also know him as an award-winning radio host, an award-winning television host, a successful actor, a producer, a respected and cherished leader in his community, a man who does not shy away from controversy, a devout Christian, husband and father and the man to turn to when in need of a little dating advice. Someone who makes success look so easy is truly accomplished, but like every successful person he has had to work hard to overcome some truly frightening obstacles. Steve Harvey has a life-time of amazing accomplishments and yet it feels like he’s only just begun. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dax Shepard, comedian, writer, director, editor, actor, voice over artist and political force. He grew up in the suburbs of Detroit and came to the West Coast to live the dream life he has today. He is a TV star, he has mastered the practical joke, he has written and directed feature films, he is an accomplished improvisational actor and has one of the most popular commercial campaigns ever. Dax is also an accomplished motorcycle racer. Hear how Dax Shepard, a successful and accomplished improvisational actor, tackles addiction, the paparazzi and living his greatest life. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Former NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal is a Sheriff's deputy in Georgia. He has a deep love and appreciation for law officers and how hard they work and how much they risk doing their jobs. He's also a platinum recording artist who's released four albums, working with the likes of Michael Jackson and Aaron Carter. He is one of the first African Americans to play a major comic book hero in a movie. He's performed comedic roles in dozens of television shows and films, and has appeared in numerous music videos, and has even voiced a character in a Smurf movie. He's appeared in dozens of best-selling video games as himself, has created and hosted numerous television shows for major networks, is a beloved product spokesman, a beloved professional wrestler appearing in major WWE events, a highly successful investor and real estate entrepreneur, a minority owner of a major sports franchise, a tech investor and he also owns a Krispy Kreme store in Atlanta. His mother, Lucille O'Neal is his best friend and confidant. His late father, Army Sergeant Phillip A. Harrison served as one of Shaq's greatest coaches of all time. He grew up poor on the streets of Newark New Jersey but has never stopped helping those in need now that he's a world-wide brand and host of one of the most significant sports talk shows on television. Shaquille is one of the most outrageous and beloved personalities in the world as well as having one of the greatest professional careers in the history of athletics. He's one of those one word name celebrities who are instantly recognizable anywhere on the planet. To read his list of accomplishments on the court would quite literally take up our entire podcast. But I don't need to do that. We hope you enjoy diving in deep with Mr. Shaquille O'Neal aka Shaq! For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/
Dr. Phil McGraw will draw on his background in broadcasting, psychology, human functioning, litigation, medical sciences, and that of a Hollywood insider, to ensure you will gain wisdom and insight into events, breakthroughs and people you only thought you knew… including yourself. Most importantly, you will have a fun and entertaining time doing it. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/