village in Semnan, Iran
Mike Doyle from Drive 80 Studio, This was the Scene Podcast and Your Daily Bred joins us this week on ABR to discuss design, punk rock and all things content creation. We met Mike back in the early days of CrossFit when we were venturing up to Morristown. Mike is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to digital creation and he drops gems in this episode. If you're a punk rock fan from the late 90's you're going to want to check out Mike's podcast "This was the Scene" Stay Connected!!! https://www.drive80.com/ https://thiswasthescene.com/ https://yourdailybred.com/ https://www.instagram.com/yourdailybred/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
Welcome back to Artbeat Radio! In this episode, service users from the Music Literacy and Music Studio classes at Able ARTS Work San Diego invite listeners to hear about what their classes are like, what they are excited about learning, and what they have been working on!Featuring: Jonathon Garcia, Stephanie Monis, Liam Porter, Claire Feth, Santiago Milanino, Sam Beyer, Matthew Fotinos, Sarah Shaw, Kaitlyn Johanson, Josh Andrews, Max Lecanu-Fayet Thanks for listening and tune in next time! For more information about our organization, please visit our website www.ableartswork.org Audio Transcription: (Please listen on Podomatic or Spotify to view the full transcript) *Intro music by Artbeat Radio staff* Music, stories, and more! You're listening to Artbeat Radio, a program of Able ARTS Work. *Music plays (Matthew) Alright! Do it! (Jonathon) Hello everyone and welcome to Art Beat Radio. (Stephanie) This week's episode will be featuring students from the Music Literacy and Music Studio classes at Able Arts Work San Diego. (Start background music) (Liam) You may be asking yourself, ‘what is music literacy?' (Liam) Basically, music literacy is how to read, write, and understand music. (Claire) We start class with music appreciation. (Santiago) We listen to a song carefully and explore the emotions it makes us feel. (Liam) Doing music appreciation teaches us how to explore our emotions because songs can have more than one emotion. (Jonathon) Mixing major and minor chords can give us a complex feeling like bittersweet. (Stephanie) If you want to be literate in music, first you need to learn the musical alphabet. The musical alphabet has 7 letters. (Sam) A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. (Jonathon) Sometimes a note can be sharp. (Claire) That means the note goes up. (Stephanie) Sometimes a note can be flat. (Santiago) That means the note goes down. (Liam) You can take notes and put them together to make chords. (Stephanie) Every basic chord is a triad – three notes played together. (Stephanie) We have learned that in any key, you can make major chords, minor chords, and diminished chords. (Santiago) Major chords can make us feel happy, calm, good, or bright. (Claire) Minor chords can make us feel tense, dark, down, or sad. (Jonathon) Diminished chords are even more tense than minor chords. (Liam) After a few weeks, we used all of this knowledge to start writing our own song together. (Stephanie) To come up with a chord progression, we started with the I chord, then experimented with other chord numbers until we came up with something that sounded good. (Jonathon) For the verse, we wrote a chord progression that goes I to iii to vii to I. (Liam) For the chorus we wrote a chord progression that goes V to vi to vii to ii. When the chorus repeats, we replace the ii chord with a IV chord. (Stephanie) Next, we experimented using notes from the chord triads to write a melody. Once we had our chord progression and melody, we listened to it carefully to figure out how the music made us feel. (Santiago) We chose one emotion to focus on with our lyrics. (Liam) We chose to focus on heartbreak because we agreed that the music sounded bittersweet. (Claire) Now we were ready to start writing the lyrics. (Jonathon) We used a rhyming dictionary and a thesaurus to help us craft the lyrics. (Santiago) To capture the bittersweet emotion of the music, we focused on the bitter in the verses, and on the sweet in the chorus. (Stephanie) Once we had the lyrics, we started choosing the instruments we wanted for our backing track and writing those parts in Logic. (Jonathon) Do you want to hear a preview of our song right now? (Stephanie) Hi, my name is Stephanie J. Monis. My favorite artist is Taylor Swift because I love her music and she is a songwriter. What I want to learn in this class is I want to put my songs and projects together so I can have some finished songs. (Sarah) Hi, my name is Sarah Shaw. My favorite recording is Demi Lovato. The thing I'm most excited about in Music Studio class is recording the song I wrote. The song I want to record from my song book is called “All Eyes On Me”. (Kaitlyn) My name is Kaitlyn Johanson. My favorite song artists are Harry Styles “As It Was” and David Bowie “Star Man”. My favorite recording artists are Kelly Clarkson and Bentley Brown. I'm most excited to learn from studio class this semester recording my voice, reading, and singing. (Claire Feth) My name is Claire Feth. My favorite recording artists is Celine Dion and Julie Andrews. I'm most excited to play my drums. (Josh) (Singing and playing piano) Oh, check it out. Hug-a hug-a. Hug-a please, promise. Craig coming. Where's coming coming? Say, Craig! (Max) Hi, my name is Max Lecanu-Fayet. My favorite recording artists are Matchbox 20 and Enrique Iglesias. The thing I am most excited to learn about in Music Studio is how to make music using the computer. *Outro music by Artbeat Radio staff* We hope you enjoyed this episode of Artbeat Radio. For more information, please go to our website. Ableartswork.org. Thanks for listening and tune in next time!
In today's episode of MP TV, we're chatting it up with Tom Mosher! Tom is part of the America's Best Restaurants team and his job may surprise you! He's the KING of automation & restaurant technology! From automating customer data collection to reporting results, Tom has an important role here at ABR! In this episode, we'll dive into: - What Tom does at ABR - Where Tom grew up - How Tom found ABR - What Tom LOVES about his job!
After an enlightening experience at Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball, producer Reanna Cruz takes a look at the connection between Gaga's music and the Latin sounds she's engaged with over the years, from traditional rancheras to the rhythm of reggaeton, Songs discussed: Lady Gaga, “Alejandro” Ace of Base, “Don't Turn Around” ABBA, “Chiquitita – Spanish Version” Madonna, “La Isla Bonita” Rihanna, “Te Amo” Vittorio Monti, Sarah Nemtanu, Chilly Gonzales, “Csárdás” Lady Gaga, “Americano” Rosemary Clooney, The Mellomen, “Mambo Italiano (with the Mellomen)” Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, “Despacito” La Flavour, “Mandolay” Lady Gaga, “Dancin' In Circles” Alejandro Fernández, “Como Quien Pierde una Estrella” Pedro Fernández, “Yo…El Aventurero” Lola Beltran, “Cucurrucucu Paloma” War, “Cinco de Mayo” Santana, The Product G&B, “Maria Maria (feat. The Product G&B)” Lady Gaga, “Dancin' In Circles” Justin Bieber, “Sorry” French Montana, Swae Lee, “Unforgettable” Tego Calderon, “Pa' Que Retozen” Rosalia, J Balvin, “Con Altura” Juan Gabriel, “Abrázame Muy Fuerte” Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, “Rain On Me” Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Arca, “Rain On Me – Arca Remix” Lady Gaga, “Fun Tonight” Lady Gaga, Pabllo Vittar, “Fun Tonight – Pabllo Vittar Remix” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Christian Klemm präsentiert die Top 20 der erfolgreichsten Neuzugänge, grössten Abräumer und überraschendsten Aufsteiger der «Hit-Welle». Die «Hit-Welle» ist die offizielle Schweizer Hitparade der Volks- und Unterhaltungsmusik. Weitere Themen: - «Hit-Welle» vom 17. September
La siembra trae su cosecha 1) Al borde: Es el «cristiano bordeador», vive su vida al límite. Es la persona que no sabe prever ni profundizar, vive con el Jesús en la boca. Eso sí, siempre espera hasta lo último. No tiene interioridad ni se da tiempo para sí. Todo el tiempo está a las apuradas y resolviendo, sí, pero resolviendo cosas que en su momento no resolvió. 2) En piedras: Es el cristiano «sí-pero-no». Le encanta programar y enchufarse, pero a la hora de los bifes, no está. Es vueltero y en su vida comienza bien, pero después no termina. No sabe terminar. Se entusiasma fácil, pero es difícil que persevere en algo. Su corazón no tiene vida espiritual. No tiene profundidad en lo que habla y en lo que piensa. Es bueno para pensar, pero no para concretizar. 3) Las espinas: Es el cristiano «afligido». Se aflige por todo y hasta su rostro lo muestra. Todo el tiempo busca peros y encima vive con preocupación todo. Todo le da miedo y a todo le busca la quinta pata al gato. Hoy Jesús te invita a que seas tierra fértil. Abrí tu corazón a Dios de par en par. Deja que Jesús entre a tu vida y te llene de Él, así das el fruto de la alegría, de ser una persona segura y de caminar sabiendo que podés siempre hacer el bien a alguien. Aporta a la Iglesia y no me refiero al dinero solamente, aporta hoy con una buena obra así seguimos construyendo, porque hasta el cielo no paramos. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/misioneros-digitales-catlicos/support
Welcome back to Artbeat Radio! On this episode of ABR, the EPI students prepare for the end of summer by sharing their top 4 favorite Summer tunes. We'll share the title of each tune as well as an excerpt to give you a feel for each one. We highly recommend that you take the time to listen to each one after you finish this episode. This episode was a collaborative effort involving our students from our online classes, in-person classes, and staff. Thanks for listening!Thanks for listening and tune in next time! For more information about our organization, please visit our website www.ableartswork.org
In Deutschland muss seit 13.09.2022 die Arbeitszeit systematisch und in vollem Umfang erfasst werden – endlich! So wollte es bereits das sog. Stechuhrurteil des Europäischen Gerichtshof (EuGH) aus dem Jahr 2019. Und so sieht es jetzt auch das Bundesarbeitsgericht (BAG) in einer aktuellen Entscheidung (Beschl. v. 13.9.2022, Az: 1 ABR 22/21). Insbesondere bei Vertrauensarbeitszeitmodellen und im Homeoffice gilt für Betriebsräte nunmehr: Aufgepasst! Der Arbeitgeber darf sich auch hier nicht länger um seine Erfassungspflicht herummogeln. Ein Initiativrecht des Betriebsrats auf Einführung eines (bestimmten) elektrischen Systems zur Erfassung der Arbeitszeit soll es zwarnicht geben, entschieddas BAG. Das freut manchen Arbeitgeber. Tatsächlich aber sollte sich die Arbeitgeberseite warm anziehen. Es handle sich bei der aktuellen BAG-Entscheidung nämlich um einen echten Pyrrhussieg, meinen W.A.F.-Fachreferentin und Volljuristin Sandra Becker und Rechtsanwalt Niklas Pastille. Hören Sie selbst! Themen in der heutigen Folge: Der Zickzack-Kurs der Rechtsprechung: Mitbestimmungsrecht (Initiativrecht) in Arbeitszeiterfassungsfragen „ja“ oder „nein“? DAS sagt das BAG (Beschl. v. 13.9.2022, Az: 1 ABR 22/21) Was (alle) Arbeitgeber JETZT tun müssen(§ 3 Abs. 2 Nr. 1 ArbSchG) HIERAUF sollten Betriebsräte (neuerdings) achten Seminarempfehlung aus dem Podcast:Seminar Home Office: https://www.waf-seminar.de/br101
Este año PEM muta y se transforma en Pará Pará, hacemos la gran Fantino y nos surgimos en una especie de entretiempo periodístico para pensar y reflexionar sobre esto que (nos) pasa y llamamos realidad. Paramos la pelota y durante -probablemente más que 15 minutos- desandaremos aquellos discursos dominantes, sentidos comunes y prejuicios que albergan nuestro día a día. Abróchense los cinturones porque estamos con más dudas que certezas.
Gestern, am 13.09.2022 hat das Bundesarbeitsgericht (Beschluss vom 13. September 2022 – 1 ABR 22/21) entschieden, dass Arbeitgeber grundsätzlich verpflichtet sind die Arbeitszeit ihrer Beschäftigten aufzuzeichnen. Die allgemeine Pflicht zur Arbeitszeiterfassung gab es vorher so noch nicht. Diese Entscheidung kommentiere ich hier kurz und zeige die Auswirkungen auf. - Ab wann gilt die Arbeitszeiterfassung? - Wie hat diese zu erfolgen? - Was steht im Beschluss des BAG? - Was ist Arbeitszeit? Mehr Informationen auf meiner Seite im Artikel ("Ist der Arbeitgeber zur Erfassung der Arbeitszeit des Arbeitnehmers verpflichtet?") zu dieser Entscheidung. Rechsanwalt Andreas Martin - Fachanwalt für Arbeitsrecht https://rechtsanwalt-arbeitsrecht-in-berlin.de/
Paralelo 20 (11/9/2022) [00:00:00] 9:00 am - Paralelo 20 [00:57:51] Advertisement [00:58:07] Advertisement [00:58:22] L-DA-PROMO RM GOLLA VIDA ES COMO UN GOL OKROBI [00:58:54] 12/07/20F-PROMO PODCAST 2020SQLXFRAME1AUDIO [00:59:18] L-DF-PROMO WASAP 1 ABR 22SQLXFRAME1AUDIO25 [00:59:45] BLANCO 1## PROMO SQLXFRAME1AUDIO25_00_00 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Más cansados que de costumbre, pero dispuestos a sacrificar un domingo en la madrugada aquí seguimos... ¡Continuamos con la lectura de Amazing Spider-Man! En honor al 60mo. aniversario de nuestro querido héroe arácnido, decidimos juntarnos a reseñar mensualmente (¿o ahora quincenalmente?) su historia en cómics y seguirle hasta donde la vida nos alcance. Conducidos por un supuesto experto y un supuesto novato, estaremos leyendo y platicando aproximadamente once números por programa de este clásico run comiquero. Acompáñanos y lee con nosotros, que nunca serán demasiados cómics... En este programa, (3:26) - ASM #63 "Wings in the Night!" (Ago, 1968) (12:35) - ASM #64 "The Vulture's Prey!" (Sep, 1968) (21:09) - ASM #65 "Escape Impossible!" (Oct, 1968) (31:40) - ASM #66 "The Madness of Mysterio!" (Nov, 1968) (38:41) - ASM #67 "To Squash a Spider!" (Dic, 1968) (42:07) - ASM #68 "Crisis on Campus!" (Ene, 1969) (49:47) - ASM #69 "Mission: Crush the Kingpin!" (Feb, 1969) (53:21) - ASM #70 "Spider-Man Wanted!" (Mar, 1969) (56:23) - ASM #71 "And Now... Quicksilver!" (Abr, 1969) (59:51) - ASM #72 "Rocked by The Shocker!" (May, 1969) (1:02:00) - ASM Annual #5 (Nov, 1968) FICHA COVACHA MESA: Bernardo Arteaga y Spider-Gámez GRABACIÓN: Domingo 11 de septiembre, 2022. EDICIÓN AUDIO & TIMESTAMPS: Bernardo Arteaga. Síguenos en Twitter, Facebook, YouTube y Twitch, La Covacha Anime Suscríbete al Podcast: Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Google, Anchor Playlist Podcast en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7m7l2pBglOegOgjv4UKlVi?si=31dd8c8d18e54f80 Descarga Directa: https://archive.org/details/desde-el-clarin-007 Notas del Programa: Música Spiderman · Ramones The Chrysalis Years Anthology ℗ 1995 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company Operator by Mikael Hellman Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/7972-operator License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Christian Klemm präsentiert die Top 20 der erfolgreichsten Neuzugänge, grössten Abräumer und überraschendsten Aufsteiger der «Hit-Welle». Die «Hit-Welle» ist die offizielle Schweizer Hitparade der Volks- und Unterhaltungsmusik. Weitere Themen: - «Hit-Welle» vom 10. September
“E disse o Senhor a Abrão, depois que Ló se apartou dele: Levanta agora os teus olhos, e olha desde o lugar onde estás, para o lado do norte, e do sul, e do oriente, e do ocidente; Porque toda esta terra que vês, te hei de dar a ti, e à tua descendência, para sempre.” Gn 13:14,15
Description for Episode Today's Art Beat Radio Episode is brought to you by your friends at CECA: PJ, Maria, Jesus, Ann, Andrea, Michael, Jenny, Johnny, Juliet, Kyuta and Norberta! We're happy to present our Latin Music episode where we talk about three different types of Latin music: Banda, Salsa, and Samba! Three Latin genres that we love so much, we decided to take influence from all three to create a song of our own. We hope you enjoy it! Transcript for CECA 9/7/22 ABR episode Michael: Hi! Welcome to Art Beat Radio! Jesus: This episode is brought to you by CECA! Michael: Today, we're talking about Latin music! Andrea: Cool! Jesus: Sharing our favorite songs, and sharing an original song. Alexa: First up! We are talking about Banda Music. It's originally from Mexico! Banda has trumpets, clarinet, horns, guitar, a sousaphone and percussion, and many more. There's also usually a singer. Banda groups are made up of a lot of musicians. Jesus: Wow! That's so cool! PJ: Here's one of our favorite Banda songs: Los Tucanes de Tijuana By La Chona https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULxcmMgsxf4 Jesus: Next up on our list, we're talking about samba! Alexa: Samba originated in Brasil. It is the ballroom dance of Brasil. Samba is the popular music played at carnival. PJ: Here's one of our favorite samba songs: It's called “Magalenha” by Sergio Mendez https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijnujobdJ4c Alexa: The next genre of Latin music is Salsa. Salsa music is originally from Cuba! It became popular in the 1920s Salsa music got its name because of how hot n' spicy it is, just like the food. PJ: Here is our favorite salsa song: It's called “La Vida Es Un Carnaval” by Celia Cruz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nBFWzpWXuM Jesus: I really like the singing in this one. Jenny: And now, the moment you've all been waiting for, Here is the song that we've made, with elements from each genre. Everyone: Enjoy! 02:38 Song plays 03:33 Song ends Jenny: This awesome song was created by all of CECA. We had such an awesome time making it. Thanks so much for listening, we hope you enjoyed this episode. Everyone: Bye byeeeeeee
Ryan Fischer from CHALK Performance Training joins us this week for episode 176 on ABR. A fellow Ocean County Native, Ryan stopped by to chop it about fitness, nutrition, travel and being an online fitness entrepreneur. If you're serious about your training we recommend you check out what Ryan's got going on over at CHALK Performance Training! Stay Connected!!! https://linktr.ee/ryanfisch https://linktr.ee/Chalk.performancetraining?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=ca5aeb52-5281-4f49-9684-c36f5cd4e6d4 The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation could help with cognitive depression Duke University, August 27 2022. An article appearing in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Heart Failure reported the outcome of a pilot study that found an association between supplementation with the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA and reduced cognitive depression in heart failure patients. Cognitive depression is characterized by subjective symptoms such as pessimism and sadness, while somatic depression includes physical manifestations that include fatigue and sleep disturbances. The study included 108 patients with a major depressive disorder, chronic heart failure and low blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Participants received fish oil containing EPA and DHA, a high EPA supplement or a placebo daily for 12 weeks. Blood samples collected before and after treatment were evaluated for red blood cell EPA and DHA, the Omega-3 Index and other factors. Omega-3 values increased in both the EPA/DHA and EPA only groups, while the placebo group showed little change. Higher omega-3 Index values were associated with lower cognitive depression scores. Social functioning as evaluated by a general health survey significantly improved with EPA/DHA supplementation and showed a tendency toward improvement in the high EPA group. "This was a study in already depressed individuals, which meant the researchers are looking to high-dose (although it could have been higher) omega-3 supplements to improve depressive symptoms, like a drug," noted coauthor William S. Harris, PhD. "Generally, we think of the function of omega-3s as preventative rather than as treatment. If used as treatment, the dose must be fairly high (4 grams is a typical 'drug' dose) and blood levels must be measured.” Groundbreaking Study Shows Fasting Can Slow Aging, Rebuild Immune System University of Southern California, August 28, 2022 Cutting-edge research reveals that occasionally adopting a diet that mimics the effects of fasting may provide dramatic health benefits. “Fasting flips a regenerative switch essentially regenerating the entire immune system. It gives the OK for stem cells to go begin proliferating and rebuild the entire system,” said Prof Valter Longo, Professor of Gerontology and the Biological Sciences at the University of California. A study, led by USC's Dr. Valter, revealed that a “cycles of a four-day low-calorie diet that mimics fasting (FMD) cut visceral belly fat and elevated the number of progenitor and stem cells in several organs of old mice — including the brain, where it boosted neural regeneration and improved learning and memory,” according to USC News. Dr. Longo notes that strict fasting can be difficult for people to adhere to, and also has the potential to be dangerous, while pointing out that a fasting mimicking diet is much safer and easier. “Strict fasting is hard for people to stick to, and it can also be dangerous, so we developed a complex diet that triggers the same effects in the body,” said Longo, Edna M. Jones Professor of Biogerontology at the USC Davis School of Gerontology and director of the USC Longevity Institute. “I've personally tried both, and the fasting mimicking diet is a lot easier and also a lot safer.” The fasting mimicking diet cuts a person's daily caloric intake over the fasting period down to 34 to 54 percent of their daily average, with a specific balance of micronutrients, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. In previous groundbreaking research, Longo has shown how fasting can protect immune and other cells from chemotherapy toxicity, while simultaneously starving out cancer cells. Fasting for seventy-two hours protected cancer patients against the toxic impact of chemotherapy: “The good news is the body got rid of the parts in the system which might be damaged or old and inefficient parts, during the fasting. If you start with a system heavily damaged by chemotherapy or aging, fasting cycles can generate, literally, a new immune system,” he said. “It's about reprogramming the body so it enters a slower aging mode, but also rejuvenating it through stem cell-based regeneration,” Longo said. “It's not a typical diet because it isn't something you need to stay on.” “If the results remain as positive as the current ones, I believe this FMD will represent the first safe and effective intervention to promote positive changes associated with longevity and health span, which can be recommended by a physician,” Longo told USC News. “We will soon meet with FDA officers to pursue several FDA claims for disease prevention and treatment.” “Micro-breaks” from tasks show promise in boosting wellbeing West University of Timioara (Romania), August 31, 2022 A review of 22 previously published studies suggests that taking micro-breaks—discontinuing a task for periods of 10 minutes or less—is generally associated with reduced fatigue and increased vigor. Patricia Albulescu of the West University of Timioara, Romania, and colleagues present these findings in the open-access journal PLOS ONE . Concerns are rising over the heavy workloads and long shifts faced by many employees currently in the work force. An increasing number of studies explore various aspects of employee energy management and recovery, often focused on recovery after the workday is over. However, the potential effects of recovery processes during the workday remain unclear. To improve understanding, Albulescu and colleagues conducted a meta-analysis of 22 studies from 19 manuscripts published within the last 30 years, all of which examined the potential benefits of taking micro-breaks from assigned tasks. Tasks varied between experiments and included work simulations, real work-related tasks, and non-work-related cognitive tests. Types of breaks varied as well, including physical breaks, relaxing activities, and more engaging activities, such as watching videos. Statistical analysis of the combined study results revealed an overall association between micro-breaks, higher levels of vigor, and lower fatigue in participants, suggesting that micro-breaks may contribute to wellbeing. These findings support micro-breaks as a potential strategy for boosting wellbeing in the workplace. However, when it comes to job performance, longer breaks may be needed for recovery from more cognitively demanding tasks. Future research could investigate longer breaks as well as address other remaining questions, such as optimal activities to engage in during a micro-break. Mindfulness training improves diabetes symptoms and blood sugar levels VA Healthcare System in Pittsburg, August 24, 2022 It's easy to let current circumstances in our lives dictate our thoughts and feelings. When a problem arises, if we get sick, we are quick to blame it on anything but ourselves. In this way, we are undermining the power of our own thoughts and intentions at work, in us and around us, guiding our present reality. Instead of letting negative circumstances and illness just happen to us, we should embrace the power of mindfulness, allowing ourselves to instead happen to the universe around us. The awareness of our bodily functions, our breathing, our thinking, our motives and the way we treat others helps us be mindful and aware, putting us in the driver seat of determining our paths through life. Research recently presented at the American Association of Diabetes Educators Annual Meeting & Exhibition showed that positive mindfulness training can help improve diabetes symptoms and blood sugar levels. The research was carried out on 28 veterans with type 1 and type 2 diabetes at the VA Healthcare System in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as part of the Mindful Stress Reduction in Diabetes Education program (Mind-STRIDE). Diabetes-related stress falls significantly in veterans during mindfulness training and deep breathing meditation Veterans' glucose levels drop dramatically as diabetes-related distress falls 41 percent The changes over the course of the training were significant. Three months after mindfulness training, diabetes-related distress for all 28 veterans fell 41 percent! A1C levels dropped significantly, almost measuring under the ideal 7.0 range. They went from 8.3 before the mindfulness training to 7.3 after the classes. On top of that, veterans completed diabetes self-management goals with more efficiency after the training. They were better problem solvers, began to eat healthier, were more active and coped better with stress. An Oral Combination of Vitamins A, C, E, and Mg++ Improves hearing University of Castilla (Spain), August 28, 2022 According to news reporting originating in Albacete, Spain,research stated, "The increasing rate of age-related hearing loss (ARHL), with its subsequent reduction in quality of life and increase in health care costs, requires new therapeutic strategies to reduce and delay its impact. The goal of this study was to determine if ARHL could be reduced in a rat model by administering a combination of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E acting as free radical scavengers along with Mg, a known powerful cochlear vasodilator (ACEMg)." The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from the University of Castilla, "Toward this goal, young adult, 3 month-old Wistar rats were divided into two groups: one was fed with a diet composed of regular chow ('normal diet,' ND); the other received a diet based on chow enriched in ACEMg ('enhanced diet,' ED). Auditory brainstem recordings (ABR) were performed at 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 kHz at 3, 6-8, and 12-14 months of age. No differences were observed at 3 months of age, in both ND and ED animals. At 6-8 and 12-14 months of age there were significant increases in auditory thresholds and a reduction in the wave amplitudes at all frequencies tested, compatible with progressive development of ARHL. However, at 6-8 months threshold shifts in ED rats were significantly lower in low and medium frequencies, and wave amplitudes were significantly larger at all frequencies when compared to ND rats. In the oldest animals, differences in the threshold shift persisted, as well as in the amplitude of the wave II, suggesting a protective effect of ACEMg on auditory function during aging." According to the news reporters, the research concluded: "These findings indicate that oral ACEMg may provide an effective adjuvant therapeutic intervention for the treatment of ARHL, delaying the progression of hearing impairment associated with age." Scientists use 'sleep age' to infer long-term health Stanford University, September 1, 2022 Sleep age is a projected age that correlates to one's health based on their quality of sleep. So for instance, if you analyze the sleep characteristics of dozens of 55-year-olds and average them out, you'll have an idea of what sleep looks like at that age. For instance, someone who's 55 and sleeps soundly through the night with good quality REM cycles could, theoretically, might have a sleep age of 45. Sleep expert Emmanuel Mignot, MD, Ph.D., and his colleagues analyzed some 12,000 studies, each of which focused on an individual, that reported characteristics of their sleep—such as chin and leg movement, breathing and heartbeat. Their goal was to develop a system that assigns one's sleep age and, using machine learning, identifies the variations in sleep most closely linked to mortality. I spoke with Mignot, who has studied sleep for 30 years, about why sleep age is important, how it's calculated and what the study's findings imply about our health. Why study sleep age? When you sleep, you're disconnected from sensory inputs—you're, ideally, not being bothered by the noisy external world or bright lights. During sleep, it's not just the brain that's going through an automatic program, but heart rate and breathing also change, and variations in these can be early predictors of a health disturbance. We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, so it's a substantial component of our general well-being. It's well known that, in pretty much any disorder, sleep is one of the first things that is disturbed. For example, about five or 10 years before other symptoms appear in Parkinson's disease patients, a specific sleep disturbance occurs during which the patient violently acts out dreams, shouts or punches into a wall. What was the most important finding from the study? Our main finding was that sleep fragmentation—when people wake up multiple times throughout the night for less than a minute without remembering it—was the strongest predictor of mortality. Though we see a link in the data, how it contributes to mortality is unknown. This is different from a person realizing they were waking up, which happens during sleep disorders such as insomnia. Determining why sleep fragmentation is so detrimental to health is something we plan to study in the future. Can we measure our own sleep age? Can it be improved? The code is available for physicians and researchers, but the average person would likely have trouble running it through a computer. Regardless, it's not deterministic. There is enormous variation. Even if you have an older sleep age than your chronological age, it doesn't mean that your mortality risk is going to be higher. You see people chain smoking and drinking alcohol at 90 years old and you wonder, "How is this person surviving so long?" There is always huge natural variation. Going to bed and waking up at regular hours is a key to improving your sleep. This means not oversleeping but ensuring you're fully rested. It's a different amount for everyone and often the window varies slightly—for example, being a night owl versus an early bird. Getting solid light exposure—preferably with outside light—during the day, keeping the sleep environment dark at night, exercising regularly but not too close to bedtime, not drinking alcohol and caffeine around bedtime, and avoiding heavy nighttime meals all contribute to healthy sleep. And, of course, make sure any sleep disorder is treated. We found that people with older sleep ages compared to their actual age are at an increased risk of mortality, based on the sleep of patients who later died. From other studies, we know that poor sleep is found in a variety of conditions such as sleep apnea, neurodegeneration, obesity and chronic pain. How poor sleep causes, exacerbates or results from these conditions is unknown.
É muito comum as pessoas olharem para as outras colocando nelas toda a responsabilidade do que acontece. O que não é comum é elas perceberem as suas escolhas. Houve contendas com os pastores de Abrão e de Ló. E por causa disso Abrão pediu a Ló para escolher algum lugar para ir. Se Ló olhasse para o privilégio que seu tio tinha, ele não escolheria sair de perto de Abrão. Mas, infelizmente, ele aceitou a proposta de sair de perto de Abrão. “E levantou Ló os seus olhos, e viu toda a campina do Jordão, que era toda bem regada, antes do Senhor ter destruído Sodoma e Gomorra, e era como o jardim do Senhor, como a terra do Egito, quando se entra em Zoar. Então Ló escolheu para si toda a campina do Jordão, e partiu Ló para o oriente, e apartaram-se um do outro.” Gênesis 13:10,11 Aqui mostra Ló com os olhos no ouro, no melhor para ele. Não o melhor para o seu tio. Deus nos deu o livre-arbítrio. Assim como Abrão deu a escolha a Ló para onde ele ia. Assim também Deus nos dá a escolha, o livre-arbítrio. Veja que, enquanto Abrão e Ló estavam juntos, não se revelava muito sobre Ló. Mas quando Abrão deu a Ló a oportunidade de escolher. O que ele fez? Escolheu o melhor para si, de acordo do que os seus olhos priorizavam. A sua liberdade mostra o que você escolhe como prioridade: Deus ou as coisas desse mundo. #QueméDeus #BlogVivianeFreitas #TardeMusicalRedeAleluia #Prioridades
Der frühere Sowjetpräsident und Friedensnobelpreisträger ermöglichte die deutsche Einheit - in seiner Heimat war er umstritten. Nun ist der Mann, der auch die atomare Abrüstung auf den Weg brachte, gestorben. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times
Underground Tel-Aviv Stands For Quality Music Only! Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/underground.telaviv/ Follow us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/UndergroundTelAviv Kadosh releases his first album to the world, together with his close friends they create 10 stunning tracks, The album is out now on Stil Vor Talent. Tracklist: 1. Kadosh & Marc Piñol - Interstellar 2. Kadosh & Johannes Albert - Sandcastles (Feat. Abrão) 3. Kadosh & Marco Resmann - From Jaffa to Friedrichshain 4. Kadosh & David Mayer - 1999 5. Kadosh & Murat Uncuoglu - Volantage 6. Kadosh & Emanuel Satie - Pronto 7. Kadosh & Floyd Lavine - My Mind (Feat. Erika Krall) 8. Kadosh & Rodriguez Jr. - Moran 9. Kadosh & Locked Groove - Far Too Close 10. Kadosh & Stereo Mc's - Think it Over Release Date: August 26th, 2022. Label: Stil Vor Talent Pre-Order: https://www.beatport.com/release/unanimously/3806074 Follow Kadosh: https://soundcloud.com/kadoshofficial Like Kadosh: https://www.facebook.com/Kadoshmusicofficial Follow Kadosh On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kadoshmusic_official/ Follow Marc Piñol: https://soundcloud.com/marcpinol Like Marc Piñol: https://www.facebook.com/marcpinolmusic Follow Marc Piñol On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marcpinol/ Follow Stil Vor Talent: https://soundcloud.com/stilvortalent Like Stil Vor Talent: https://www.facebook.com/stilvortalent Follow Stil Vor Talent On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stilvortalent/
[SÉRIE – QUEM É DEUS] – O que revelamos nas dificuldades Leia com atenção e observe como Deus age: “E aconteceu que, chegando ele para entrar no Egito, disse a Sarai, sua mulher: Ora, bem sei que és mulher formosa à vista; E será que, quando os egípcios te virem, dirão: Esta é sua mulher. E matar-me-ão a mim, e a ti te guardarão em vida. Dize, peço-te, que és minha irmã, para que me vá bem por tua causa, e que viva a minha alma por amor de ti. E aconteceu que, entrando Abrão no Egito, viram os egípcios a mulher, que era mui formosa. E viram-na os príncipes de Faraó, e gabaram-na diante de Faraó; e foi a mulher tomada para a cada de Faraó.” Gn 12:11 – 15 Por conta da fome na Terra que Deus escolheu para dar a descendência de Abrão, ele foi ao Egito. Justamente um lugar no qual os homens tomavam a mulher por sua formosura. Abrão temia isso. E realmente, aquilo que ele temeu, aconteceu. Eles tomaram a Sarai. Aparentemente não tinha lógica Deus chamar Abrão para passar por uma terra seca. E ter que sair desta terra, e mudar-se novamente para outro lugar que tinha alimento. Às vezes, parece que o que Deus pede é algo que não faz sentido. Se estivesse no mesmo lugar, lá no início, aparentemente ele estaria seguro. Não é? Mas Deus permite essas dificuldades de propósito. Porque são nas dificuldades que revelamos a nós mesmos quem somos. E quando fica em evidência a nossa atitude, vemos a nossa humanidade. Abrão combinou com Sarai de dizer que ela era irmã dele, mas ele fez porque amava e zelava por Sarai. Tudo ali parecia muito injusto, mas mesmo assim Abrão tinha um comportamento de fidelidade a sua esposa, que agradava a Deus. A atitude de Abrão fez Deus agir e cumprir a Sua promessa. “Feriu, porém, o Senhor a Faraó e a sua casa, com grandes pragas, por causa de Sarai, mulher de Abrão.” Gn 12:17 Deus deu tempo para Abrão provar quem ele era a si mesmo. E também para Se revelar diante daquela situação aparentemente “impossível de resolver”. Deus assiste e age em favor daqueles que são fiéis. Ou seja, Deus nos prova para que saibamos quem somos e também quem Ele é, e como Ele age em nosso favor. Lindo, não é? #QueméDeus #TardeMusicalRedeAleluia #BlogVivianeFreitas
Physical Therapist and Surfer Dave Santamaria join us this week on ABR to discuss Surf Well his Strength and Conditioning program designed specifically to help surfers transform their lives to surf more, surf longer and live healthier. Stay Connected!!! https://www.instagram.com/davidjames80/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
Mir wurde gesagt, ich soll fetzigere Titel machen… “Sicherheitshalber” ist der Podcast zur sicherheitspolitischen Lage in Deutschland, Europa und der Welt. In Folge 61 sprechen Thomas Wiegold, Ulrike Franke, Frank Sauer und Carlo Masala mit Jan van Aken über Bio- und Chemiewaffen. Es ist ein erster großer Rundumschlag zu zwei Themenfeldern, die, anders als Nuklearwaffen, im Podcast bisher kaum diskutiert wurden: Wann wird etwas zur Biowaffe? Wo liegen die Unterschiede zu Chemiewaffen? Wie steht es um die Rüstungskontrolle und die Abrüstung in diesen Feldern (vom Kalten Krieg bis heute)? Wie wird man denn bitte VN-Biowaffeninspekteur - und was macht man da? Wie groß ist das Risiko, dass solche Waffen aktuell zum Einsatz kommen (in der Ukraine)? Darum, und vieles mehr, geht es in dieser Ein-Themen-Episode. Abschließend dann wie immer der “Sicherheitshinweis”, der kurze Fingerzeig auf aktuelle, sicherheitspolitisch einschlägige Themen und Entwicklungen - diesmal zu den Angriffen auf das ukrainische Atomkraftwerk Saporischschja, einer neuen israelischen Drohnenpolitik, der deutschen Luftwaffe in Australien und dem französischen Abzug aus Mali. Bio- und Chemiewaffen: 00:01:30 Sicherheitshinweise: 01:00:52 Web: https://sicherheitspod.de/ Shop: https://sicherheitshalbershop.myspreadshop.de/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sicherheitspod Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sicherheitspod Komplette Shownotes unter: https://sicherheitspod.de/2022/08/18/folge-61-bio-und-chemiewaffen-vom-killerkaninchen-zum-radieschen-im-weltall/
En este episodio solillo de Nabi, vamos a viajar al NY decadente de finales de los 80's para conocer a la última subcultura original de la historia.¿Te gusta el pop? ¿La moda? ¿La peda loca? ¿TE GUSTA TODO? Qué bueno, porque gracias a estos personajes existe todo. Jaja.Este es un relato lleno de brillantina, intriga, drogas, sexo y arte. Un relato que no parece real. Un relato que obsesionó a Nabi ocasionando que lleve una semana durmiéndose a las 4 de la mañana viendo fotos y videos.Abróchate el cinturón y sujétate la peluca querido radioescucha… Esto es todo un viaje… de ketamina… ahverda…
Film marker Ben Joseph Stewart joins us this week on ABR to discuss his artistic process and how he got into making films. You may know Ben from his recent work with Aubrey Marcus and his film Awake in the Darkness or his work with Gaia and his show Psychedelica. Stay Connected!!! https://www.benjosephstewart.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/BenJosephStewart https://www.instagram.com/benjosephstewart/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
“E moveu-se dali para a montanha do lado oriental de Betel, e armou a sua tenda, tendo Betel ao ocidente, e Ai ao oriente; e edificou ali um altar ao Senhor, e invocou o Nome do Senhor. Depois caminhou Abrão dali, seguindo ainda para o lado do sul.” Gn 12:9 – 10
Presented by TwinSpires. Owner Peter Brant talks Breeders' Cup, Fourstardave, Beverly D. and more in this week's Road to the Breeders' Cup segment, Churchill Downs Director of Communications Darren Rogers discusses Saturday's special Arlington Million card, Gulfstream Park analyst Brian Nadeau walks through the mandatory payout Rainbow 6, Bill Hirsch remembers the career of his aunt Mary Hirsch, the only female trainer to saddle a Travers Stakes winner, TwinSpires handicapper Scott Shapiro gives you 3 races to watch in this week's "TwinSpires Triple Play", Dan Tordjman from ABR talks about their innovative platforms. Plus, "I Ask, They Answer" presented by the University of Louisville Equine Industry Program in the College of Business with trainer Dale Romans, turf writer Tim Wilkin & special guest Terry Finley from West Point Thoroughbreds, and Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History presented by Keeneland.
This week, we get nostalgic with some of our favorite songs from the PUNK GOES series!!// Listen to Calm & Collected by Deaf Andrews! //Laniidae is playing Amos' Southend in Charlotte, NC - 8/20! //TIMESTAMPS| 5:47 | Calm & Collected| 19:50 | Still Fly| 36:00 | Heartless| 48:23 | Glad You Came| 57:01 | ...Baby One More Time| 1:08:19 | Little Lion Man| 1:22:34 | TornJOIN OUR DISCORD!Hit us up! -- Instagram // Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLogo and Art by Mitch WeirCONTENT ADVISORY: Explicit language, mature lyrical themesThe Banger Alert Podcast is Joe Tantalo and Mitch Weir
(Día Internacional de las Poblaciones Indígenas) Abrían los cuerpos mediante cortes precisos. Les quitaban sus vísceras y los rellenaban de una mezcla de materia orgánica y barro. Si había algún hueso roto, lo sustituían con un hueso similar, o con un hueso de otro ser humano o de animal. Revestían la cabeza con una máscara de arcilla para preservar las facciones. Y simulaban el cabello con pelucas finamente confeccionadas. Quienes hacían ese admirable trabajo de momificación, igual o superior al de los egipcios de la época de los faraones, eran los pobladores de un modesto y desconocido pueblo indígena del norte de Chile, que vivieron hace más de siete mil años. Así lo informó a la prensa Hans Niemeyer, director del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Chile, cuando tenía a su cargo las investigaciones arqueológicas en la antiquísima «Cultura de Chinchorro», que floreció en el desierto del norte de Chile un siglo antes del desarrollo de la cultura egipcia. Según Niemeyer, el arte de embalsamar que practicaron los egipcios como consumados maestros, pero no con antelación a este pueblo indígena suramericano, tiene al parecer un solo fin: perpetuar de algún modo la presencia física del fallecido. El eterno anhelo de la humanidad es el de eliminar la muerte y prolongar la existencia todo lo que se pueda, aunque sea en una forma momificada. Todas las culturas de la antigüedad que desarrollaron alguna forma de religión idearon un lugar de delicias y felicidad para los buenos, y uno de castigo y angustia para los malos. En la mitología grecorromana, la morada de las almas de los héroes y de los hombres virtuosos, lugar de delicias, eran los Campos Elíseos o la Isla de los Bienaventurados. De igual modo, en la mitología escandinava y germánica, la morada eterna de los héroes muertos en la lucha era Valhala, lugar donde brillaba siempre el sol y se bebía buen vino. Los judíos, por su parte, creían en el seno de Abraham, lugar en que las almas de los justos aguardaban la llegada del Redentor. Los hindúes concebían muchos paraísos y el nirvana, estado de paz y felicidad. Y los indígenas norteamericanos soñaban con grandes cotos de caza, donde abundaba el bisonte y la tierra estaba llena de manantiales. A pesar de todas sus creencias sentimentales y de su anhelo de supervivencia, el ser humano sigue muriendo, y la muerte sigue siendo la reina de los espantos. Sin embargo, en medio de tantas nociones imaginativas y esperanzas fallidas, Dios envía al mundo a su Hijo Jesucristo como vencedor del sepulcro y conquistador de la muerte, que asevera: «Yo soy la resurrección y la vida. El que cree en mí vivirá, aunque muera».1 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Jn 11:25
Atomwaffen sollten nie eingesetzt werden, aber mit vorhandenen muss ein Umgang gefunden werden – soweit waren sich viele einig auf der UNO-Konferenz zur Überprüfung des Atomwaffensperrvertrags diese Woche. Große Uneinigkeit herrscht allerdings, welchen Weg zur nuklearen Abrüstung die Welt gehen sollte. Passenheim, Antjewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Eine WeltDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Russland und Nordkorea drohen offen mit Kernwaffen. Fast alle Nuklearmächte rüsten auf. Der Iran strebt nach der Bombe. Lange schien es fast ausgeschlossen - droht jetzt ein atomarer Konflikt? Denkt in dieser Lage überhaupt noch jemand an Abrüstung?Moderation: Birgit Kolkmannwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, WortwechselDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
►Еще больше эксклюзивной музыки: itunes.apple.com/ru/podcast/id… 01. DIM KELLY - Mangrove (Original Mix) 02. Lucefora - La Danza De Las Castañas 03. Alexey Romeo - Moments (Origninal Mix) 04. Chinonegro - My Moment (Original Mix) 05. Alaia & Gallo x Tara McDonald - Rapture (Extended Mix) 06. OFFAIAH feat. Guilty Empress - Lose Control (Extended Mix) 07. Tommy Trash x Go Freek feat. Lucy Lucy - Darkness Into Light (Extended Mix) 08. AMÉMÉ - Balafonerra 09. Super Flu - Gargamel 10. Abrão Johannes Albert Kadosh (IL) - Sandcastles 11. Adam Port, Alan Dixon - Forms Of Love (Original Mix) 12. LP Giobbi - All In A Dream (feat. DJ Tennis & Joseph Ashworth) [Extended Mix]
Author & Gnostic Church Pastor leader Mary Leeds joins us this week on ABR to discuss his work using gematria to decode the cipher within the English Alphabet. In this episode Marty provides insight on his spiritual journey and how that lead him to the Gnostic Church and his work at the Gnostic Academy. Marty shares his process while writing his books and his weekly Sunday Sermons available on YouTube @The Gnostic Church & Academy of Lord Jesus Christ. Stay Connected!!! https://gnosticacademy.org/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjcYXazpAS5g9uUEeQMAC4Q https://www.imdb.com/name/nm8702865/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
Dass sich die Zahl der weltweit knapp 13.000 Atomwaffen in absehbarer Zeit verringern lässt, ist unwahrscheinlich. Eine UN-Konferenz lotet dennoch aus, wie es mit der atomaren Abrüstung weitergehen kann. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times
Ein Leben an der Hitze: Vulkanologe/in; Wie wird nukleare Abrüstung überwacht?; Wie schaffen wir es, weniger Fleisch zu essen?; Waldbrände: So machen wir die Wälder sicherer; Drohnen - So könnten sie bei der Rettung helfen; Krebs in jungen Jahren - Kann man das verhindern?; Grüner Wasserstoff aus Chile; Trockenheit - Wie viel Wasser bleibt uns noch? ; Moderation: Marija Bakker. Von WDR 5.
On episode eighty one of Holy Ghost Notes, Matt talks about the current ABR tour and how touring has differed as a newlywed. Then the guys bring on guest, Dango Cellan (drummer for Scott Stapp of Creed, Amber Pacific, Sonic Flood and formerly of RED, SuperChick, Fireflight, and more). Dango shares about what a day in his life looks like, and gives some advice to drummers/musicians looking to pursue a career in music. The guys also talk about the importance of the Church, despite its many shortfalls, and Dango shares about his warped tour Bible study, an encounter with Fat Mike of NOFX, and sheds a light on his upbringing.
Thomas from Paranoid American this week on ABR. Since 2012 Paranoid American has been creating comics, graphic novels and interactive content exploring research into conspiracy theories and the occult. Stay Connected!!! https://www.paranoidamerican.com/ https://www.instagram.com/paranoidamerican/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
MasterMind Minutes - One Guest - One Question - One Answer in Minutes not Hours. Our guest today is Doug Smith... Doug is the Director of Sales for America's Best Restaurants (ABR) which is a digital marketing agency that works with restaurants around the world. ABR generates trackable ROI using their unique ROI engine platform. Doug is 27 year veteran of the radio, sales and marketing . America's Best Restaurants works with restaurateurs building sales and repeat business. Measuring the ROI of your advertising by tracking web hits, social media "likes", blog hits, and the like is OK....but you can't deposit "likes" into your bank account. If you are spending your time and money on marketing your restaurant and NOT building a database of your customers you are simply Hoping & Praying they come back. That's not a good use of your efforts. Our company helps restaurants gain the visibility needed to attract customers and then, once they give you their business, we help you build a segmented database to nurture a relationship and long term business from them. Contact Doug at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dsmithcincy/Visit: https://americasbestrestaurants.com/ Contact Gary at: email@example.com Visit www.frangrow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gary5396/support
Hello leader, welcome to a very special surprise episode of the Fierce Factor podcast, it's Kaeli here and I decided to plug in an extra episode this week to take a couple of minutes to share with you details of an upcoming virtual event that I will be hosting next week because this might be just what you for your business right now. It's always team building season over here. And we have quite a few clients who are in the process of hiring new staff to support their next level of growth. I don't know about you, but one of the biggest challenges our clients face when it comes to hiring is the “ramp up period” that's required for a new employee to get properly trained on the tasks of their new job, integrate with the existing systems, and adapt elegantly into company culture- all while making an immediate impact for the business. If you're a regular listener to the show you've heard me talk about stacking the bench or what we refer to in our POP Leadership Academy as “ABR” always be recruiting. And it sure seems like there is plenty of guidance out there to help you find great people. But what I've noticed is no one is talking about what to do when you DO find a great employee! I talk with my recruiter friends all the time about how perfect of a fit a candidate may be for a business, but most business owners lack systems to help employees onboard quickly to make immediate, actionable impact in their practice. And when you're an aesthetic or wellness provider with a fully booked schedule, you need a team who can plug in and contribute instantly. So how do we set our new team members up for lasting and sustainable employment all while optimizing their impact asap? Believe it or not, this process starts before the candidate is even hired. And I am going to share the KLC playbook for rapid business growth through team building in our Hire for Immediate Impact masterclass! Next week on Monday July 25th I will share the single most transformative and practical lesson I've learned through my time as a sales director in corporate america, through building my own 7 figure income-producing team, and by supporting hundreds of high growth aesthetic practices around the globe through this process. This Masterclass is an exclusive, one time, interactive course- limited to applicants who are ready to enroll their next high performing team member and cross the next million dollar milestone in their business with ease and deep fulfillment. Join me as we blow open the team building vault to get super practical about high impact hiring in 2022! Leader, It's time to stop tolerating the frustration of poor performance, behavioral issues, and the discomfort of "people drama" by creating a high impact hiring plan that will catapult your business TODAY! In this this powerful 60-minute session, learn to: 1- Magnetize your next high-performing team member 2- Set your new employee up for immediate, profit-producing impact 3- Leverage top talent to inspire company culture Register asap at https://www.klcconsultants.com/masterclass *PS- Mark your calendar! Live attendees will receive our Interview like a vixen master course and candidate grading rubric, with compliments (a $297 value) Ok leader, if you plan to hire this year or in the near future, you don't want to miss this FREE event. I look forward to seeing you next week! Book a Strategy Call with Kaeli Join the KLC Consulting Mailing List The Fierce Factor Society on Facebook KLC Consulting Website Kaeli on Instagram Kaeli on LinkedIn
Dietas, ayuno intermitente, ejercicio, hormonas, inflamación, glucosa, envejecimiento… ¡lo dimos todo! REVOLUCIÓNATE ha llegado al último episodio y te podemos asegurar que no hemos dejado ni un solo tema afuera. Anímate a repasar con Beatriz y Manu los conceptos clave que hemos aprendido a lo largo de la temporada para incorporar hábitos saludables, mejorar nuestro rendimiento, retrasar el envejecimiento y aumentar tu energía. Abróchate los cinturones y ponte en movimiento que la revolución recién comienza. Una producción de Pod Land.La revolución del podcast.www.podland.com
After a long hiatus, due to the pandemic, I've recently started going to the cinema again, and it feels great. There's something about seeing a film in a festival, actually in person, that feels extravagant…even if you have to still wear a mask.Because, when you're at a festival, you get to see the filmmakers in person, and often the actors or subjects too. It's just exciting. You feel like you're part of something.The most recent film I got to see was at the Hot Docs International Film Festival, and it's called Nalvany. It's a documentary that was following Nalvany, if you don't know, the unofficial opposition leader to Russia…a politician who might be able to beat Putin, if he was given a chance, perhaps if he was let out of jail. The film is amazing, and you should totally find it. And I'm not going to spoil it for you, in case you don't read the news. But it is a shocking, exciting film.After seeing this film, I felt inspired all over again. And it got me thinking about how to tell a great story. What kinds of secret sauce goes into collecting of these kinds of stories that we all love to hear.Now because you're here, and we're having this conversation, I'm going to let you in on a couple secrets about making documentaries. There are a few Golden Rules that we follow. And these rules work for both filmmakers and audio storytellers, podcasters, like me....and one of these rules is: Always Be Recording. ABR.What that means, on a practical level, is that you turn on whatever recording recording device you're working with, so sound, or video, you turn it on well before the thing that you're actually are going to record, if it's an event or an interview. . So whatever that thing is that you're about to capture, if it has an actual moment, like an event, or even an interview, you turn the tape before you open the door, before you start the phone call, before you go and meet the person. Down the road and around the corner, kind of thing. No where near the story. Always Be Recording.And then, that means that you capture the doorbell ringing, the door opening, the sound of voices greeting each other. The footsteps walking in or out. The sound the phone makes when it hangs up or picks up. The words that you say just before and just after…those words might seem unimportant, but dollars to donuts, the often make it in the final thing.It this feels awkward, push through.In the end, what you get is both a blessing and a curse...it racks up to hours upon hours of footage. But stick with it.When I came back from Antarctica, I had over 100 hours of raw tape. And that boiled down to just over two hours and a bit hours of finished story.At first glance, you could think that most of it was useless stuff...there were days upon days when I recorded everything, which seemed very interesting in the moment, but not so much after after.But then later, you find yourself needing a scene to establish in the story, you need to start somewhere, you need to get the ball rolling and have a moment of pause before the moment begin. Because there's something about un-produced sound effects feel much more real: An actual door opening, the beep of an elevator, the sound of shoes scuffing a hotel carpet floor. These details are so small that they are almost invisible. They can be the magic that pulls people into a story. Because, it's real. It happened. And you were there. That's the proof, it's right there. And using this sound helps people see the things. Even when it's on radio.So this story you're about to listen to, Always Be Recording, was recorded when I met up with Alice Rhuweza at a hotel in Washington DC. It was a follow-up interview, after we had returned from our trip.And you can decide if this is this a story about nothing...A Seinfeld moment, or whether this set up, this scene, leaves you very curious for what happens next? Because now, you feel you're in the room too. This story first appeared in my newsletter, Audio Love. To subscribe, follow the link in the show notes. Or google: Audio Love Newsletter.Thanks for listening. I'm Samantha Hodder.
Hall of Fame Wrestler and Coach Jim Miller joins us this week on ABR. As an Athlete Jim Miller was a 2 x Division II National Champion for the University of Northern Iowa and was a Division I All American placing 4th at 134 pounds in 1975. As a coach Jim was named Division III, Coach of the Year in 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003 and 2009 during his time at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. He had a career record of 413-37-2, winning 10 NCAA Division III team championships, 21 consecutive Iowa Conference championships and seven National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals championships. Additional, he coached 37 individual national champions, 147 All-Americans and 72 NWCA Academic All-Americans at Wartburg. Currently Coach Miller is the Director of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. Stay Connected!!! https://www.coachjimmillerspeaking.com/ https://nwhof.org/national-wrestling-hall-of-fame-dan-gable-museum The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
We had the pleasure of interviewing Erika Ender over Zoom video.Panamanian singer, songwriter, producer, communicator, and philanthropist Erika Ender is celebrating 30 years in the business by sharing a video for her breath-taking version of “Abrázame,” a song from her ambitious MP3-45 album. The visual functions as a salute of her past while looking into the future, as we see her vision of a romantic vintage era delivered in her unique style.Originally by Julio Iglesias, Ender picked “Abrázame” as one of the three cover versions that makes up the Side B portion of her album MP3-45; produced by Moogie Canazio, this selection is a way of acknowledging some of the music that made an impact on her as a young person. Although Ender has excelled as a songwriter for most of her career, we now focus on her performing abilities which are just as impressive, taking the broken-hearted feelings of the lyrics and delivering them with poise and subtleness. Of her choice, Ender says, “When I was about two years old, I used to refer to Julio Iglesias as ‘Mi Novio'. I wasn't supposed to be playing vinyl records myself, because I would scratch them—but I did anyway.” Her admiration for the crooner shines through on her version.Erika Ender is an artist that is hard to pigeonhole yet there's one thing that shines through all her different facets—her big-hearted emotions. As a songwriter, she has more than 200 albums under her belt and more than 40 top singles; perhaps her biggest achievement was co-writing “Despacito,” the chart-smashing hit that managed to stay a record number 16 weeks on the number one spot of the Billboard Hot 100, earning Ender awards, accolades, and nominations to some of the biggest recognitions from the industry, including Latin Grammys for Record of the Year and Song of the Year, as well as nominations at the 2018 Grammys, making her the only Latina woman to be nominated for Record and Song of the Year. She has also written hit singles for the likes of Marc Anthony, Jenni Rivera, Los Tigres Del Norte, Chayanne, and many others. As a solo artist, she has been releasing albums since 2007's Ábreme La Puerta, making the top of the Billboard Latin charts with some of her own hits.Released in 2020, MP3-45 is composed of six original songs and three covers. Along with “Abrázame,” there's also “When I Fall In Love” by Nat King Cole and “Só Louco” by Gal Costa. With this, Erika Ender delivers a part of her history with a hint of what's to come.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #ErikaEnder #Despacito #MP345 #Abrázame #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod