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Zakir Naik
After I Accepted Islam my Mother asked me to Shave my Beard, to Stop my salaah

Zakir Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 5:45


ZamZamAcademy
Our Deeds Only Accepted Because of Allah's Veil [Hikam 131 & 134]

ZamZamAcademy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 40:18


"Were it not for the kindliness of His veiling, no deed would be worthy of acceptance." Hikam 131 "Allah is pure and accepts only the pure." Worldly affairs and daily engagements have become major distractions thus contaminating the deed and its purity. The Shaykh discusses two vital elements needed in any act of devotion for it to gain some recognition and acceptance in the lofty court of Allah Most High.

Grace in Focus
Would the Tribulation Period Have Happened if Israel Had Accepted Messiah at His First Coming?

Grace in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 13:50


Welcome to Grace in Focus radio. Today, Bob and Shawn will be answering several questions. First, we will hear the guys discuss the tribulation period. Specifically, they will address what the tribulation would have looked like if the nation of Israel had accepted the Lord at His first coming. In addition, we will hear them

Beyond The Horizon
Not All Survivors Accepted The Payout From The Fund

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 22:23


One of the ladies accusing Epstein of abusing her has turned down the offer for compensation from the fund and has decided to pursue her compensation from the estate itself. Let's dive in and take a look!(Commercial at 12:37)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comSource:https://nypost.com/2021/06/15/jeffrey-epstein-accuser-sues-for-500m-over-bone-disease/

The Epstein Chronicles
Not All Survivors Accepted The Payout From The Fund

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 22:23


One of the ladies accusing Epstein of abusing her has turned down the offer for compensation from the fund and has decided to pursue her compensation from the estate itself. Let's dive in and take a look!(Commercial at 12:37)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comIf you enjoy my content and want to help support the podcast:https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-jeffrey-epstein-showpaypal.me/bobbycapucciSource:https://nypost.com/2021/06/15/jeffrey-epstein-accuser-sues-for-500m-over-bone-disease/

Down to Earth But Heavenly Minded
The Way of Life, Being, The Accepted Time 2 Corinthians 6, James Boyd

Down to Earth But Heavenly Minded

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 12:46


Mr. James Boyd's printed ministry and poetry are included in this Podcast with heartfelt thanks to Andrew Langham, who painstakingly scanned many of the articles. All these writings are from back in the early 1900s. In all my podcasts I try to apply scripture to real-life experiences. And I expound on what I believe the scripture is trying to convey to us. We need to dig deep into God's Word to find out what life is all about, and how to live like God wants us to do and how to do it. Please go to this link for an introduction to my videos. https://youtu.be/1QGlmOknCOU Also, check out these links: https://youtu.be/ifbtZVJ6pqc https://hiawathabible.org/down-to-earth-but-heavenly-minded-podcast Links to more audio writings: https://www.facebook.com/Old-Authors-... https://hiawathabible.org/videos-audi...

AudioVerse Presentations (English)
Ivonne Restrepo: Fear of Not Being Understood or Accepted

AudioVerse Presentations (English)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 60:22


Mishna Study
Berachot 2:7 - Rabban Gamliel Accepted Eulogies for his Slave

Mishna Study

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021


Berachot 2:7 - Rabban Gamliel Accepted Eulogies for his SlaveSeder ZeraimSponsorship AvailableMasechet BerachotSponsored By Albert R. Mosseri in Honor of Sam & Jesse Salem and Families This class is taught by Mr. Jesse Salem MishnaStudy.com  

Admissions Straight Talk
Encore: How to Get into Kaiser Permanente Medical School – Warning It's Tough!

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 47:35


I am swamped now with clients facing early January deadlines so I decided to end 2021 with one of our most popular shows of the year, my interview with Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine's Senior Associate Dean for Admissions and Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity, Dr. Lindia Wllies-Jacobo.The Kaiser Permanente School has not yet graduated its first class, but with its tuition-free approach, dedication to social equity, and emphasis on small-group learning, it has an acceptance rate of roughly 1% and is third on Accepted's medical school selectivity index. It is very hard to get into. However, in this excellent and very popular interview, Dr. Willies-Jacobo lays out clearly what Kaiser Permanente is looking for. As we put away or throw out our calendars from 2021 and turn to 2022, I also want to share a few thoughts. When New Years Day comes and goes, some of us ignore the milestone, but many look back - and look forward. Whether your 2021 was a good one or bad one, I hope that AST's listeners will muster their courage and determination, their positivity and ability, to plan to create a better year, a better future for themselves and the world. To paraphrase Stanford GSB's motto “Improve lives. Improve organizations. Improve the world.” Again, thank you for listening to the podcast. I wish you much success in this brand new, exciting year ahead. Now the interview with Dr. Lindia Willies-Jacobo of Kaiser Permanente Tyson School of Medicine. For the complete show notes, check out the original blog post. Related links: Kaiser Permanente's Tyson School of Medicine's websiteThe Medical School Selectivity IndexMatching Your Values to the Medical School Mission StatementAccepted's Medical Admissions Consulting Related shows: Are You Rushing to Attend Rush Medical College?How to Get Accepted to Chicago Medical School at Rosalind FranklinHow To Get Accepted to University of Illinois College of MedicineAll About BU School of Medicine, a Social Justice-Minded Med SchoolWhat Med School Applicants Must Know About Johns HopkinsEverything Applicants Need to Know About the Dell Medical School Experience hbspt.cta.load(58291, '4b94e05c-2998-43ea-bc96-efd39d1c268c', {});

Lifestyle Asset University
Episode 49 - Getting Your Offers Accepted In Today's White Hot Real Estate Markets.

Lifestyle Asset University

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 53:45


I hosted a live training last Friday to talk about the secrets we've learned making over 400 offers this year. I shared what's working right now in the most competitive markets, and some hard-won wisdom on what hasn't worked for us this year. If you're looking to buy a vacation home in the next 6-12 months, you likely will need these secrets in order to get your offer accepted in these white hot real estate markets. I hope you enjoy this episode as you prepare to build your vacation rental portfolio. As always, thank you for listening and being the best part of this show.

Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast
Episode 464: Senior Bowl Accepted Invites and NFL Rookie Report

Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 90:53


Paul and Jeff start out the show discussing the prospects who have accepted invites to the 2022 Senior Bowl. They discuss the quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends that are already scheduled to take part in the event. They share their thoughts on each of those positions, the strength of the position and who could use the Senior Bowl to spring board their draft process.  In the next segment, Paul and Jeff deliver the NFL Rookie Report. They discuss the Urban Meyer firing and the impact it could have on Trevor Lawrence next year, Javonte Williams and his soaring value in fantasy circles, Amon-Ra St Brown, Rondale Moore, Josh Palmer and Terrace Marshall.  In the final segment, Paul and Jeff discuss Paul's changes to his dynasty rankings by position in the Dynasty Fantasy Report.  To purchase the S2S Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Jeff Abercrombie (@theSofascout) Editor: David Nakano (@KawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball)

MetaPod
Episode 36. Juliette and Theo of Apologies Accepted

MetaPod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 46:11


“An entertaining look at some of the big issues in history by examining public apologies of the famous and infamous. Apologies Accepted looks at politicians, serial killers, actors, and you!” Apologies Accepted is a place to examine and debate the controversies that develop around public apologies, as well as the expressions of remorse, regret and reparation – or failures thereof – that come along with them.Listeners who appreciate firm opinions and critique of cultural and political affairs will appreciate Theo and Juliette's discussions. From Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinksy to Billie Eilish and the Golden State Killer, Juliette and Theo dissect apologies of recent and historical significance. Oh yeah, and let's not forget the Pope.“We're all human, we all make mistakes,” says Theo.“Everybody's got something that they're sorry for. Hopefully, we grow out of it as we get older and understand a little bit more,” says Juliette.In this episode of MetaPod, we learn what constitutes a good apology and why people deserve and should give, apologies. We also discuss the sincerity and value of apologies from politicians and institutions.Are there things that simply cannot be apologized for? Do you think an apology means more when given by somebody on their deathbed? Find out Juliette and Theo's answers to these and more tough questions about being sorry.

Admissions Straight Talk
Encore: Are You Interested in NYU Stern? [Episode 449]

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 35:10


It's a busy time of year now. We here at Accepted are busy helping applicants with the end-of-the-year application crunch and enjoying the company of family. Perhaps adding to your happiness, you are planning a move to a new location after an acceptance. Or perhaps you're not yet at that happy stage; you're knee-deep in essay writing because your applications are due in January. Or maybe you are wisely planning ahead for a 2022 application with the intention to matriculate in 2023 – you're preparing for your aptitude test and working to raise your GPA or get relevant experience. Wherever you are in the application process, now is a great time for an encore show. Since it was one of the most popular MBA admissions interviews of 2021, I decided to replay the excellent interview provided by Lisa Rios, Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions at NYU Stern School of Business. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for listening week in and week out, or whenever you find a show you like. I also want to wish you a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy and prosperous new year, filled with the realization of your educational and professional dreams, and of course acceptances. For the complete show notes, check out the original blog post. Related links: NYU Stern's websiteNYU Stern MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines [2021-2022] & Class ProfileTop STEM MBA Programs: A Comprehensive List and Overview of STEM-OPT Eligible B-SchoolsWhy MBA? a free guideAccepted's MBA Admissions Consulting Services Related shows: An Interview with Dartmouth Tuck's Former Admissions Director, Luke PenaNYU Stern: An Insider's Perspective on Getting AcceptedHow to Get a CMU Tepper MBAAll About Becoming a Georgetown McDonough MBAWake Up to Your Amazing Career PossibilitiesNYU Stern's New Online Masters in Quantitative Management hbspt.cta.load(58291, '8759ad4b-61cd-4b71-8746-e7a0a50aab2e', {});

Crystal's Nightcap
I GOT ACCEPTED INTO RAYA DATING APP

Crystal's Nightcap

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 45:19


In tonight's episode of Crystal's Nightcap I give an update on me getting fired from my NYC job, there's a problem with one of the girls that one of my boyfriend Sam follows on IG, I got accepted into the dating app Raya, and MORE!

Four Corners Church - Newnan
Accepted by Christ, Accepting One Another

Four Corners Church - Newnan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


Accepted by Christ, Accepting One Another — Pastor Lonnie D. Bell, Jr.Romans 15:7-13Sermon Series: Romans (83rd Sermon)December 19, 2021DEEP SHEET: Sermon Study Questions1. What major Christmas themes do we find in this passage?2. How do these verses serve as a conclusion to Paul's topic? In what ways do they look back over the entire epistle?3. How does Paul unify and motivate his readers?4. What do we learn about Christ from this text? Why did he come?5. What happens to unnecessary divisions when we are preoccupied with praising God for his mercy?6. How does Paul bring together the two themes of unity and hope? Why does neglect of one necessarily affect the other?7. How does Romans 15:13 give fresh direction to your prayer life?References: Romans 1:16; Matthew 15:24; Luke 1:68-79; Genesis 12:3; Psalm 18:49; Deuteronomy 32:43; Psalm 117:1; Isaiah 11:10.

The Rock Church
The Joy of Being Accepted

The Rock Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 37:31


Rick Fry is the Senior Pastor at The Rock, located in Danville, CA. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.therockca.com

Rocky & Lissa
Rocky & Lissa Audio: Is This an Accepted SHOPPING HACK?

Rocky & Lissa

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 1:45


Ever stash something while shopping so no one else would find it?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Not Not Down
Episode #75: Accepted a Job Offer!, Xmas Shopping, Embrace Your Inner Villain

Not Not Down

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 45:03


Blethered
"To Be Accepted, I Had To Play The Fool" // with Bash The Entertainer

Blethered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 46:51


Bash talks about fleeing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo to end up in Glasgow with his family, and the difficult early days of integration into Scottish life, and: Encountering bullies and racism at schoolSurviving through being funnyFrom making videos on Facebook, to fronting national brandsDoing it for family And as always, there's plenty more. www.dontfretaboutdebt.net/blethered/ Contact: seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanmcdonald01

Admissions Straight Talk
UCLA Law School: How to Get Accepted

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 26:59


An inside look at UCLA Law School and what you need to know to get in [Show Summary] Robert Schwartz, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at UCLA Law, shares an inside look at the unique opportunities the program offers students and important tips for those seeking to attend law school. Interview with Rob Schwartz, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at UCLA Law [Show Notes] Thanks for joining me for the 448th episode of Admissions Straight Talk. Are you applying to law school this cycle? Or, perhaps are you planning ahead to apply to law school next year, or even later? Are you competitive at your target programs? Accepted's law school admissions quiz can give you a quick reality check. Just go to accepted.com/law-quiz, complete the quiz and you'll not only get an assessment, but you'll get tips on how to improve your chances of acceptance. Plus, it's all free. Now, let's move into today's interview. I'm delighted to have on Admissions Straight Talk, Robert Schwartz, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at UCLA Law. Dean Schwartz earned his JD from Cardozo Law and graduated magna cum laude. He then practiced law for several years before returning to Cardozo, where he served as Dean of Admissions for 11 years. He joined UCLA in October 2006. Dean Schwartz, thanks for joining me today on Admissions Straight Talk. Can you give us an overview of the more distinctive elements of UCLA Law School's JD program? [1:52] Sure, I can try to do that, at least for a little bit. I think it's a very distinctive school and program so there's a lot to say about it. In terms of distinction, I feel like we offer a lot of programs that are really on the cutting edge, that are very important in society today. So you take issues like climate change, we have the Emmett Institute for Climate Change and the Environment. You take issues like civil rights and racial justice, we have a specialization in critical race studies, one of the only schools in the country to offer such a specialization. Take the issue of LGBT rights, the Williams Institute for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law is located here at UCLA. There are several others. We've recently launched a Center for Immigration Law and Policy, and a Technology Law Center. On the human rights front, we consider ourselves a powerhouse here on the West Coast, through the Promise Institute for Human Rights. So those are just a few examples. I'm also very proud of our program that we offer in the first year, before the first full week of classes. We call it Law 101 and it's a five day program which gives students an introduction to what law school is all about. I think it makes them feel more comfortable, as they get ready to start their legal studies. You even get to take a practice law school exam at the end of the first week. It's just pass/fail but I think it gets the jitters out before you start your real classes. hbspt.cta.load(58291, 'c5572014-0b54-4e12-acd9-91a66e31a013', {}); UCLA is famous for its strength in arts, entertainment and media law. I read that 29% of the students specialize in media, entertainment and technology law and policy. Can you touch on what UCLA offers in those areas, both in the classroom and outside of it, in terms of extracurricular opportunities? [3:35] I'm glad you brought this up because when I mention a few things, I inevitably leave a few things out and what I left out was the Ziffren Institute for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law, which is another one of our specializations. It's actually not that high of a percentage of students who actually specialize in entertainment. By the time they graduate, I'd say only about five to seven percent of our students actually graduate with a specialization in entertainment law. But, it's a phenomenal program available to students. In the first year, students can go and attend talks, lunches, and events with our alumni who are executives in all kinds of positio...

Chapel of Change
Hope For All

Chapel of Change

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 53:25


Christ is the Hope of All. We are Accepted in the Beloved

Book of Jude
S2E24 The Bible Series - Accepted Text, Intertestamental Period, Dead Sea Scrolls

Book of Jude

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 48:58


Mega Episode - Review, Accepted Text, Intertestamental Period, Dead Sea Scrolls and much more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

NEW-Radio
Black Men Aren't Accepted Unless We're Coonish, Docile, or Gay

NEW-Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 88:33


During this episode, Newby is discussing the attack on Black masculinity, the different types of coons, and more. To gain access to our bonus episodes, visit NewbyDigital.com, tap the podcast link, and become a member of the New Radio Patreon. Also, follow Newby on Instagram at @newbydigital.

Grace Community Church
BELIEVE THE IMPOSSIBLE (Message 2): Joseph Believed And Accepted The Impossible

Grace Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021


Consistent and Predictable Community Podcast
How to Get Your Offer Accepted in Todays Market

Consistent and Predictable Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 5:29


--To find out more about Dan Rochon and the CPI Community, you can check these links:https://www.findyourpotential.life/https://thecpicommunity.com/Get your free copy of the Real Estate Evolution here:bit.ly/RealEstateEvolution_GetYourBookThis book shows you the step by step of how to:Step 1: Believe in your unknown potentialStep 2: Deconstruct persuasion techniquesStep 3: Find business and get hired consistentlyStep 4: Be proactive in the relationship with your clients.Step 5: Learn and implement the exact steps to hire, train, lead, and train virtual assistants so that they can build, support, and guide a winning team to scale.And if you'd like to have a consistent and predictable income, like this page, and don't forget to join the Facebook group to network with the top agents:https://www.facebook.com/groups/thecpicommunity/

Two Rivers Presbyterian Church Sermon Audio
“Accepted in Christ” – Jeremy Mullen – Romans 4:1-8

Two Rivers Presbyterian Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 45:00


Power Up!
Shabbat Treasures: Candle Lighting

Power Up!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 26:47


Accepted custom is the woman accepts shabbos at the time of lighting - when she says the bracha. Others may continue to do work until just before sundown. When a man lights, his Shabbos has not yet commenced, it's either a few mins before sunset or when shul he's in does last part of lecha dodi. 3 reasons for candle lighting: honor, enjoyment, peace in the home. How? Usually one makes a blessing prior to doing the mitzvah. When a female lights Shabbos candles she can't make the blessing first, as then Shabbos would begin before she could light the candles! So, she first lights them and then makes the blessing. If a man is lighting he first makes the blessing as for a man Shabbos doesn't come in with candle lighting but with sunset/last bit of lecha dodi. What? Candles or olive oil. Olive oil is preferable. Electric lights - are acceptable when no other alternative but shouldn't make a blessing on them. e.g. hospital. When? Custom - 18-20 minutes before sundown. No later than 2 minutes b4 sunset. As early as "plag hamincha" which is 1 and quarter halachik hours before sunset. How many? Shamor and Zachor - the 2 aspects of Shabbat. Basic requirement - 1 candle. Some have custom of adding on for each child. If didn't light: If negligent, doesn't apply to emergencies, has to light an extra candle forever! What if I'm running late? the mitzvah is not to light. When does "early shabbos" begin? If 1 shul in town then it is binding on the whole community but if more than one shul it does not apply. When it is for convenience it is independent for each member of the household, i.e. if the husband accepts it early it doesn't impose on the wife. Please see the beautiful blessing one can say at candle lighting time. Also not myzmanim.org has an app that you can see any Friday the earliest time for lighting called plag hamincha and the latest, which is just before sundown.

I Hate Green Beans with Lincee Ray
IHGB #246 -- Bachelorette Michelle Men Tell All: Apology Accepted

I Hate Green Beans with Lincee Ray

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 29:02


To keep with the tradition of past Men Tell All recaps, I will boil down one hundred and twenty minutes of footage into a handful of points that shed light on the important pieces of information we gathered after watching and fast-forwarding through the show.  Some Guy in Austin and I also talk about his epic birthday present. I can't wait for you to hear what I got him.  No, it's not Emily Maynard. But it's close. EPISODE NOTES: Here's the recap for the Men Tell All! And here's the LINK to Clayton's promo. Click HERE to be sucked in by the stats on Bachelor Data! SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Podcast: iTunes or Android Follow Me: Facebook and Instagram, and Twitter

Admissions Straight Talk
What's New at NYU Stern's Online Masters of Science in Quantitative Management

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 32:05


Thinking of applying to NYU Stern's Online MSQM program? [Show summary] Launched right before the pandemic, NYU Stern's online MSQM program offers a unique blend of business management foundations, leadership and analytics to (mostly) young professionals. NYU Stern's Vice Dean for online learning, Dr. Kim Corfman, joins us to share details about the program. Interview with NYU Stern's Vice Dean for Online Learning Dr. Kim Corfman [Show notes] Welcome to the 447th episode of Admissions Straight Talk, thanks for joining me. Before we dive into today's interview, I want to mention an Accepted resource that can help you prepare your statement of purpose to the MSQM, to a data analytics program, or a master's in management, as well as to other graduate programs. Download Five Fatal Flaws To Avoid In Your Grad School Statement of Purpose to learn how to avoid the five most common mistakes we see in grad school statements of purpose. You'll also learn how to write an SOP that makes your story memorable and highlights your qualifications for your target program. Download this valuable, free resource at accepted.com/447download.  Our guest today is Dr. Kim Corfman. She is a professor of Marketing at NYU Stern and Vice Dean for online learning. She has served as Vice Dean for MBA programs, Academic Director of the Langone Part-time MBA program, and Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Marketing. Needless to say, she knows a ton about management education and NYU Stern specifically. As I mentioned today, we're going to talk about Stern's fairly new MS in Quantitative Management program.  What is the Master's in Quantitative Management at NYU Stern? Can you provide an overview? [2:22] The MSQM provides business basics, essentially, the MBA core plus analytics courses. The combination is designed to help students become data-literate managers and leaders. That's the really short headline about it.  It's 20 months from start to finish and it's lock-step, so there are no electives. Students take one course at a time for three to three and a half weeks per course. They come one right on top of the next and are pretty intense, but we've calibrated them so they are manageable for motivated students. What kind of academic background are you looking for? [3:16] We welcome applicants with any undergraduate major and we have a wide variety. We do have some undergraduate business students. We even have some people who got MBAs already. Lawyers. A couple of doctors. It's quite diverse, which is really fun.  The other part of that is submitting a standardized test score is optional. Something we want to make very sure applicants understand that if they choose not to send us a test score, we do need to see strong evidence of the quantitative, verbal, and reasoning abilities that are necessary to be successful in this kind of program. They do need some math and reasoning ability. They need to be able to write and we need to be able to see that. What would be the minimum level of math that you would like to see? [4:12] Some calculus and a lot of the basic maths that leads up to that. On our website, we very clearly lay out exactly what prerequisites they should have. What type of students are you attracting to the program in terms of experience? Is there a maximum amount of work experience that you consider? Do you require full-time work experience? I recall, we spoke two and a half years ago, you were really aiming it at early-experience or even pre-experience students. [4:29] We originally thought that would be the population that found it most appealing, but we've ended up seeing that even though we get a fair number of applicants right out of undergrad, most of them are in the typical MBA applicant age-range, and we have a whole bunch that are considerably more senior - they've already had very successful careers and they're looking to refresh. Or they never got an MBA and this looks like something that ...

Full-Funnel B2B Marketing Show
Episode 75: How to get your PR pitches accepted by top influencers and media with Rand Fishkin

Full-Funnel B2B Marketing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 43:18


I got lots of spam emails promoting guests to my Full-Funnel Podcast. I never reply to any of them. Here is why.These BDMs try to show fake love to our podcast saying:“I love your podcast, especially episode #XX, keep up the great work!That said, I have a great guest for you.John Doe is a serial 7-figures entrepreneur who will happily join you as a guest. Here is his bio.Let me know when you want to set up a call with him.”Here is the truth.1. You didn't listen to the episode. You just chose the recent episode which is completely irrelevant to your guest's expertise.2. You didn't check my podcast description and target audience - otherwise, you won't suggest a bad-fit entrepreneur.All you did is:1. Scraping all podcasts from a business category2. Collecting emails from all hosts3. Scraping the names of the latest episodes — you even mark them in bold.4. You searched for some blog posts about pitching to podcast hosts or pitching a guest post, and copied the script5. You uploaded everything to the outreach software and spammed all the podcast hosts with the same templated message.Results?You sucked.If you want to get results from your outreach, here are 5 things you must learn:1. Connect and engage with podcast hosts and editors of target blogs way before you reach out: leave thoughtful comments, provide feedback, reshare content.2. Listen to the episodes and read articles to understand the audience.3. Ask about content needs - what topics do they plan to cover in the future?4. Present yourself and ask if you'll find great guests that fit their content needs, would they be up to talk to them?5. When you'll find a good fit, personalize your outreach by mentioning the expertise of the guest and what added value he/she can bring to hosts' audiences.Don't do what everybody else is doing: sending templates from “outreach best practices” blog posts, show fake love and spam everybody. You'll suck.Do things that are not scalable but that generate ROI:- Invest in relationship- Do research- PersonalizeWith Rand Fishkin we nailed the entire pitching approach. Join us to learn:- Why does marketing through sources of influence work so well?- How do you find true sources where PR will have the most impact?- How to get your pitches acceptedRESOURCESOn-Demand B2B Marketing Courses: https://fullfunnel.io/b2b-marketing-courses/Full-Funnel Insider - A Marketing Newsletter For B2B Marketers: https://fullfunnel.io/marketing-newsletter/Join our community for B2B marketers - The Trenches: https://sendfox.com/trenchesUpcoming events: https://lu.ma/fullfunnel/eventsFull-Funnel Marketing Content Hub: https://fullfunnel.io/blogRand on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randfishkin/

Ivy League Prep Academy Podcast
Rejected? Accepted? Waitlisted? How to Respond to Admissions Decisions

Ivy League Prep Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 19:31


Ivy Day is coming up. If you are one of the tens of thousands who has applied to these outstanding eight colleges, it will be a day of powerful emotions.But how should you respond to that decision? wether you were accepted, rejected, or waitlisted? Based on actual quotes from Yale admissions officers (from this podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/show/inside-the-yale-admissions-office/episode/dealing-with-decisions-82872057) and my own conversations with similar people at Harvard, Dartmouth, and others, I share my personal opinion about how you should respond to admissions decisions. If you have ambitions to apply to a top tier college, check out my introductory online class, Elite College Admissions Made Easy. You can find it here: https://ivy-league-prep-academy.mykajabi.com/ECAMEstarter-courseor to begin the Ivy League Challenge, go to: TILC.to/waitlist

Five Year Plan
Ep. 65 - Grip Strength When Deadlifting, Balancing Drinking/Going Out And Fitness, What To Do When You Feel Burnt Out, & Much More...

Five Year Plan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 77:34


Timestamps Connor fell in the shower (0:30) Accepted (3:28) Zyn and our drinks (4:42) Zach's training and his bright lines (7:38) Connor's training and the benefits of tempo work (15:28) Are we back on Zyn? (24:25) Week 13 NFL talk/picks (25:10) O.J. Simpson (48:40) Zach took a Viking's quiz (51:45) Zyn flavors and Connor's Zyn idea (53:10) Questions Question #1: My deadlifts hit a plateau because of my grip strength. I've only used neutral grip until now, should I start using straps/mixed grip or should I continue with neutral until I get stronger? I'm afraid I'll become dependent on straps if I start using them. (55:38) Question #2: How do I balance drinking and going out with working on my fitness goals? I really want to get back in shape and go hard but I also love drinking and watching sports with my friends, so it's hard mentally. Any tips? (1:03:56) Question #3: If you're feeling burnt out, would you recommend taking time completely off of exercise… or just cut back on the load? (1:09:34)   Work With Us Apply for 1:1 coaching   Support Us 20% off Redcon1 supplements → Use code “T20FiveYearPlan” at checkout   Connect With Us Leave us a 5-star rating and review on Facebook and Apple Podcasts TikTok: @fiveyearplanmedia Instagram: @fiveyearplanmedia Website: www.fiveyearplanmedia.com @connoryoungman_ (Instagram & Twitter) @z_condon (Instagram & Twitter)

Keys of the Kingdom
12/4/21: Christ's Way to Freedom

Keys of the Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 115:00


Got questions? We find answers; Knowing the bible; Confederate secession; Constitutional ratification?; U.S. separate government; Missing history; Denominations; "Accepted" biblical interpretations; Modern brain washing; Twisting cognitive dissonance; Living for the herd; Life cycle; Political hijacking of agenda; Preaching anti-Christ; Psychological "enmeshment"; Questioning basic "beliefs"; Examining the idols you worship; Early Church networking; Organizing by tens, hundreds and thousands; Jethro and Moses; Resolving conflict; What binds the kingdom together?; "gods"; Golden calf; Pharaoh's gold; History of God's kingdom; Emotional pressure on children; Parental giants; Allowing children choices; Setting righteous boundaries; Freedom of speech; Autonomy of families; Church = called out to serve congregations; Free society; Taxless, but responsible for needs of neighbor - voluntary; Bound by love; Seeing reality around you; Blind guides; Substituting emotion for spirit; Trying to show light in darkness; Light-haters; Creating connections of substance; Trajan conversing with Theophorus (Ignatius); The charity difference; "Religion"; James 1:27; Visiting (caring for) the afflicted; Fitting the puzzle; Setting the people free; No compelled contribution; Bondage of Egypt; Free assemblies, freewill offerings; Tithing according to service; Fifties; Minister job description; International network of charity; Paul's tent-making; Story of Ignatius of Antioch; Christian and Rhomaios - in possession of your rights; vs Quires - subject citizen; Paul's appeal to Rome; Baptism of thousands; "Elders"; Are you a "god"?; Ignatius' writings; "Presbyter" = counsel: position/office of family; Family = corporation of God/Nature; Congregation = free assembly (not corporation); Ignatius' sense of humor; Taken to Rome/away from Antioch; Appeal of Christianity; Social safety net; Becoming merchandise; Free country?; Gather to strengthen others.

Created on Purpose
ALL of Who You Are is Accepted (and Needed!)

Created on Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 15:59


Denver Rising Leaders 3rd Thursday of the Month in Denver!  Next event: Thurs, Dec. 16 from 3:30-5pm MST Register here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/denver-rising-leaders-december-tickets-214039246147 Connect with Jordan Instagram: @jordanypendleton

Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church » Podcast
Accepted in the Beloved / Tim McCool / 11-28-21

Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church » Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021


It is common to hear that a person must accept Christ into their heart in order to go to heaven. But the Word of God teaches that we are accepted by God, and not we accept Him. In this message, Bro. Tim speaks of how we are accepted in the Beloved, Christ Jesus. 11.28.21.Accepted.in.the.Beloved.Tim.McCool

Escaping Narcissist Parents
I Just Accepted They are a Narcissist

Escaping Narcissist Parents

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 44:24


So now what do I do? I tell you what you will feel and how to handle the situation. #narcissist #narcissisticmother #toxicfamily #healingfromabuse #donm #nocontact Please follow me on Instagram @escapingnarcissisticmothers If you find my podcast helpful, donate to my podcast, any amount is appreciated. https://paypal.me/escapnarcparents?locale.x=en_US Please subscribe to my website at www.escapingnarcissisticmothers.com or linktr.ee/narcissisticparents

Admissions Straight Talk
Would You Like to Improve Your Language Skills?

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:09


Are less-than-stellar language skills preventing you from reaching your professional or academic or personal goals? [Show summary] Christina Ball, Fulbright scholar and founder of Speak! Language Center and B-Speak! brings her love of cultures and languages to this episode. She describes the approach her programs take to making language learning enjoyable and effective for those looking to improve their English or learn a new language.  Language issues don't need to keep you from reaching your dreams [Show notes] Welcome to the 446th episode of Admissions Straight Talk, Accepted's podcast. Thanks for joining me today. Before we dive into today's interview, I want to share a free resource at Accepted that can benefit you if you are applying to graduate school. The challenge at the heart of admissions is showing that you both fit in at your target schools and stand out in the applicant pool. Accepted's free download, Fitting In & Standing Out: The Paradox at the Heart of Admissions will show you how to do both. Master this paradox and you are well on your way to acceptance. Download your free guide at accepted.com/fiso.  It gives me great pleasure to have on Admissions Straight Talk for the first time, Dr. Christina Ball. A Fulbright scholar, Dr. Ball earned her PhD in Italian language and Literature. In 2004, she founded Speak! Language Center to help people learn other languages. In 2012, she co-created B-Speak! English, a one-on-one coaching and educational service designed to help international graduate students, especially those applying to business school, and working professionals strengthen their speaking and writing skills in the English language. She's also a writer and actress. Let's hear her story and then cover how she can help you. How did you get into the business of language instruction, both for Speak! and B-Speak!? [2:13] It all started with my own passion for language and my interest in languages and cultures. Both sets of my grandparents were immigrants from Poland and Italy, so I grew up hearing lots of Italian and Polish in the household of my grandparents. I think it all started there. Then, in my own travels and studies, I just fell in love with Italian, French, Spanish, all of the literature, and meeting people and hearing their stories and learning about culture, so real love of culture. Speak! started in 2004. I have an academic background, so I was a college professor before starting my business. Many people in my family have businesses, so I think I definitely have the entrepreneurial gene.  I was teaching at Yale, Wake Forest and here where I live at University of Virginia, and I just started to notice not only my own desire to have a language center, but also people kept asking me, "I'm not a student at UVA.  I'm an adult, and I'm going to Italy. How can I learn Italian?" I just saw there was a real need for a language center like you have all over Europe. You'll find private businesses, which are language centers, teaching people all of the languages of the world, but it's less common here in the US where we tend to rely on universities to teach us.  So in 2004, I started a one-room Italian school called Ecco. In Italian, ‘ecco' means like ‘voila', or ‘here it is'. I had about five adult students and me as the teacher and then over the years the demand for Spanish, French, and German caused us to change the name to Speak! Language Center in 2009 and to add online services. Now we teach 22 languages as well as obviously English, and we just added sign language. It's very exciting.  We started B-Speak in 2012 through a local connection. We have the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business here. We started hearing from some of their own graduate students from different countries, such as China and Korea, and they came to us on their own saying "I see you do English now. Can you help me? I'm struggling in my class” or “I'm not getting any internship or job inter...

Life Church Selah
Accepted Into The Beloved

Life Church Selah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 77:56


Joel Hart

Rins Real Rap Podcast
Rins Real Rap Ep.18 " Do You Feel Accepted"

Rins Real Rap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 100:16


Episode 18 the crew talks about "Do You Feel Accepted" Thanksgiving/Holiday Season, Young Dolph Killed, DaBaby vs. Danileigh, Will Atlanta run rap the next 10 years?, Grammy Nominations 2022, Billboard Top 10 Artist of All Time, Kanye West x Drake FREE Larry Hoover Concert, BMF Finale, Harder They Fall , Ahmad Aubrey Verdict, Kyle Rittenshouse , Lebron James Drama and more......   Follow Rin Loco on social media Youtube: Rins Real Rap Instagram @Rinloco @RinsRealRap Facebook: RinsRealRap Twitter: @RinsRealRap TikTok @rinsrealrap    (Co-Hosts) Dapper Don @The_Donssc Shantel @Shantell______

Sermons
7 - Fellowship - Accepted

Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Calvary Chapel of the Cumberland Valley Podcast
Luke 14:15-35 - "Accepted or Rejected?"

Calvary Chapel of the Cumberland Valley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 63:00


Luke 14:15-35

Popternative
Travis Van Winkle talks about YOU on Netflix, Accepted and much more!

Popternative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 19:08


Travis Van Winkle talks about YOU on Netflix, Accepted and much more!  

Admissions Straight Talk
No Med School Interviews: What Now?

Admissions Straight Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 16:07


What to do if you have no interviews [Show summary] What do you do if you still haven't heard back from medical schools by Thanksgiving? In this episode, podcast host Linda Abraham shares how students can pursue parallel tracks to expand their opportunities. Linda Abraham's advice for med school applicants who still haven't received interview invitations [Show notes] Welcome to the 445th episode of Admissions Straight Talk, Accepted's podcast. Thanks for tuning in.  I decided to do a solo show today. This is my second in a row, but don't worry we're going to go back to normal interview programming next week. This show is aimed at our premed listeners, but I think there is value to other applicant groups as well in listening in. But the focus today will be on medical school this time.  As I mentioned, this is Thanksgiving week, a short week, and I have something timely to discuss, so I'm going to share it. I'm also going to keep this podcast a little shorter than usual in honor of the short week and also because I think I can cover the topic in less time and I'm not going to keep you on the podcast for no good reason. I'm going to dive into our timely topic in just a second.  The freebie we're offering with today's show couldn't be more relevant to today's topic. One common reason for no interviews or ultimately rejection for medical school applicants is that they simply aimed too high. And you have to ask yourself, were you really competitive at your target programs? If you're aiming ahead, are you competitive at your target programs? Accepted's Med School Admissions Calculator can give you a quick reality check. Just go to accepted.com/medquiz, complete the quiz, and you not only get an assessment, but tips on how to improve your chances of acceptance. Plus, it's all free. Recent admission stats [2:38] Now, let's face it. It's hard to get into medical school. The process is long, difficult and grueling. In my opinion, of all the graduate and professional programs, it has the most demanding process. One of the difficult parts of it, by the way, is the utter silence at this stage of the game. But leaving that aside for the moment, acceptance rates support my contention. The AAMC reports applicants aiming for the class that entered in 2020, where I strongly suspect acceptance rates were higher than this past cycle that entered in 2021, enjoyed a 41.9% acceptance rate overall. That means that most applicants were rejected. And the news from AACOMAS is even worse. The most recent data, which is only for 2018, shows that of 20,981 applicants to 20 DO programs, 7,415 were accepted. That's a 35.34% acceptance rate. In other words, almost two thirds were rejected. Now, this data is all for the classes that applied before COVID. It is not for the class that applied through the pandemic when the so-called Fauci effect is believed to have contributed to a surge in medical school applications, the recession probably also had some role to play. What medical schools are looking for beyond grades [3:57] Most admissions directors whom I have spoken with are still seeing a high level of applications this year, but AMC data is not yet available for last year's cycle or for this one. Of course, while we're talking about stats and numbers, the focus tends to be on GPA and MCAT but medical school admissions aren't just about stats. Medical school admissions offices are very serious about holistic review. In my many interviews with medical school Admissions Directors and Deans, when I ask them, "How do you winnow it down? How do you choose from the thousands who apply to the few hundred who get interviewed and then maybe one or two hundred who are accepted?" The answer almost always is: your essays, your experiences, and your writing. They're looking at what you've put in the application, not just the grades and the stats. So in addition to competitive grades and MCAT, which you definitely do need,

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

As a child, Tenny felt insecure. He sought approval from his father, but he never received it. It seemed that whatever he did, whether in school or at home, it was never good enough. Even when he entered adulthood, the insecurity remained. He continually wondered, Am I good enough? Only when Tenny received Jesus as his Savior did he find the security and approval he’d long yearned for. He learned that God—having created him—loved and cherished him as His son. Tenny finally could live with the confidence that he was truly valued and appreciated. In Isaiah 43:1–4, God told His chosen people that, having formed them, He would use His power and love to redeem them. “You are precious and honored in my sight,” He proclaimed. He would act on their behalf because He loved them (v. 4). The value God places on those He loves doesn’t come from anything we do, but from the simple and powerful truth that He has chosen us to be His own. These words in Isaiah 43 not only gave Tenny great security, but also empowered him with the confidence to do his best for God in whatever task he was called to do. Today he is a pastor who does all he can to encourage others with this life-giving truth: we are accepted and approved in Jesus. May we confidently live out this truth today.

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
URGENT!! BEST CHANCE FOR 10X ALTCOINS THIS YEAR!

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:57


Welcome to NFT Update hosted by Justin and Deezy! We are the #1 NFT show on the internet! We come to you twice a week Wednesdays and Saturdays bringing you the hottest news and projects in the NFT space. We aim to bring you the latest and most relevant NFT news today. Unifty ($NIF) is our pick of the month! We have met with the team and are convinced that this project is headed to the moon (do your own research). This project offers true NFT DeFi for creators, collectors, and DAO galleries. Accepted galleries will get UNT tokens in return. Participating on social media can earn you a higher return while your gallery is on Unifty. We are announcing a massive Pluto Alliance partnership that includes rev share for Pluto holders! Coinleague, a fantasy altcoin trading game, has now partnered with Pluto Alliance to bring holders of certain races of aliens 5% rev share. Coinleague teams is dropping an NFT on the Matic network to give holders of the NFT a rev share in the game. Blackhole, Pluto, and Mercury aliens will receive these NFTs for free. Others can participate in the rev share by minting their own NFT!

Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast
”How To Get Any Offer Accepted In A Hot Competitive Market And My $2Million Mistake With Your Host Brandon Elliott” (EP197)

Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 43:08


About Your Host, Brandon Elliott @BrandonElliottInvestments  Top 100 Yahoo Finance in 2020, Brandon Elliott is a leading authority on real estate and credit. He is experienced and proven in utilizing credit to invest in real estate and implement the "BRRRR Strategy." Brandon has a thriving credit repair and tradelines company but prefers teaching people the credit hacks he's been applying for years such as building huge credit lines for both personal/business up to 7 figures and manufactured spending techniques- showing ways to create millions of points equivalent to cash, free travels, and even buying properties using credit cards. From the credit knowledge that is taught in his Elite Credit Course, Brandon was able liquidate $200K+ for a safety-net when purchasing a 4-PLEX in one of the most desirable locations in San Diego, just 8 minutes walking distance from the famous San Diego Zoo. His passion in helping others reach their financial freedom too, lead Brandon to host "Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing" podcast every Monday sharing how you can invest in real estate successfully with little to no money utilizing credit. Brandon has completed numerous of Fix & Flips locally in San Diego as well as across the country out of state virtually with his worst project still being 60% cash-on-cash ROI. ----------------------------

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Tuesday, November 9, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:48


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 15:9): ────────────────── But Who Will Regulate the Regulators? Who Will Govern the Governors? Frustrated Activists Protest at Glasgow Climate Summit FINANCIAL TIMES (THE EDITORIAL BOARD) More Hot Air Than Progress At COP26 WASHINGTON POST Greta Thunberg Says ‘COP26 Is A Failure,' As She Leads Glasgow Protests PART 2 (15:10 - 23:22): ────────────────── The Secular Worldview Asserts Itself: What Explains the Rapid Acceptance of Assisted Suicide in the West? THE ECONOMIST In the West, Assisted Dying is Rapidly Becoming Legal and Accepted PART 3 (23:23 - 25:48): ────────────────── What the Commissioning of Just One Navy Ship Tells Us About the Seismic Shift In the Morality Of Our Nation USA TODAY (JOHN BACON) Navy Christens Ship USNS Harvey Milk, Named After Gay Rights Activist

OutSpoken
"My Parents Finally Accepted Me"

OutSpoken

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 38:24


In this week's episode, I read a handful of LGBTQ+ stories submitted by you! Stories like coming out at work, school and family; we hear about the different struggles with finding and accepting yourself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices