Organism's response to a stressor such as an environmental condition or a stimulus
In challenges and hardship, the struggle of adapting on the fly is paramount, and the ability to do so is characteristic of all champions. As Darwin said “it is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
As Colson Center's fiscal year comes to a close, we're thankful to reflect on all that God is doing at the Strong Women podcast. Today, we hear from you, the listeners, about how the podcast and community have blessed you! There are many ways to support us, and one of them is making a gift through colsoncenter.org/fiscalsw. This will help us continue to bring life-giving stories through the podcast as well as to grow where God is leading us. Show Notes Make a gift to the Strong Women podcast Colson Center Colson Fellows Breakpoint Upstream Podcast Colson Educators Wilberforce Weekend Online Strong Women Podcast Community Strong Women Instagram Email us at email@example.com The Strong Women podcast 48. Adversity is Part of Our Grooming with Tammie Jo Shults The Strong Women podcast 6. Strength in Upheaval with Sheila Broderick Nerves of Steel by Tammie Jo Shults The Strong Women podcast 17. Strong Women of the Past with Carole Joy Seid The Strong Women podcast S2 5: The Story of Ruth Bell Graham with Carole Joy Seid The Strong Women podcast S2 6: The Story of Edith Schaeffer by Carole Joy Seid The Strong Women podcast 55. Weak Woman, Strong God with Dr. Jean Sutherland The Strong Women podcast 31. Our Bodies Proclaim the Gospel with Christopher West Our Bodies Tell God's Story by Christopher West The Strong Women podcast 9. Sexual Discipleship with Dr. Juli Slattery The Strong Women podcast 84. What is the Purpose of Sex? with Dr. Juli Slattery - Part One The Strong Women podcast 85. What is the Purpose of Sex? with Dr. Juli Slattery - Part Two Finding The Hero in Your Husband by Dr. Juli Slattery The Strong Women podcast 20. The Pilgrims' Resolve with Glenn Sunshine The Strong Women podcast 76. The Women of the Reformation with Glenn Sunshine - Part One The Strong Women podcast 77. The Women of the Reformation with Glenn Sunshine - Part Two Letters to Malcolm by C.S. Lewis Join Strong Women on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/strongwomencc Erin and her husband, Brett, run Maven which “exists to help the next generation know truth, pursue goodness, and create beauty, all for the cause of Christ.” Check out more about Maven here: https://maventruth.com/ The Strong Women Podcast is a product of the Colson Center which equips Christians to live out their faith with clarity, confidence, and courage in this cultural moment. Through commentaries, podcasts, videos, and more, we help Christians better understand what's happening in the world, and champion what is true and good wherever God has called them. Learn more about the Colson Center here: https://www.colsoncenter.org/ Visit our website and sign up for our email list so that you can stay up to date on what we are doing here and also receive our monthly book list: https://www.colsoncenter.org/strong-women
In this after thoughts section, Luke Colson looks back on the previous episode which featured our guest Dr Robb Kelly discussing his Alcoholism and how he finally turned things around. As someone who can directly relate to alcohol abuse, Luke offers some thoughts on the disease itself and some of the issues around treatment in the US. Kyle Wise couldn't join this one due to Covid. Sorry listeners!!TRIGGER / CONTENT WARNING: Discusses domestic violence, domestic abuse and addiction.Site: https://robbkelly.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/addiction_doctor/FB https://www.facebook.com/drrobb.kelly.1Support the show
This week Andrew talks with New York Mets pitcher Stephen Nogosek. Stephen has had a great start to his 2022 season—but despite his success he has moved back and forth between the Mets and their AAA minor league team in Syracuse. Amidst all of the change and uncertainty, Stephen always looks ready to go when he is on the pitcher's mound. Stephen talks about his detailed process to continuously grow as a pitcher, how he stays focused during times of uncertainty, and so much more. This conversation is filled with ideas that stretch far beyond baseball and will help you reach your full potential in anything. Show Highlights:1:30 - Reflecting on start of 2022 season2:38 - Controlling what you can control4:43 - Evolving as a pitcher4:52 - Preparation for 20227:29 - Adversity during growth8:18 - Asking others for feedback10:02 - Role of data & analytics13:10 - Mindset of a relief pitcher17:12 - Mets team resilience in 202217:34 - Bullpen working together as a team18:50 - Adam Ottavino as bullpen leader20:36 - Role of Max Scherzer and Jacob deGrom 21:43 - Francisco Lindor's positive attitude 22:20 - Maintaining a positive focus25:02 - Buck Showalter's approach and leadership26:32 - Comparing mustaches with Keith HernandezCONNECT WITH ANDREW ON SOCIALTwitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123NEWSLETTERSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
It's not often we have so many extraordinary things happen in one episode. Where to start!? Dr Robb Kelly was an alcoholic of desperate proportion, he would do literally anything to get a drink. At one point, Rodd tells us how things became so bad that he stabbed his wife just to get to the Vodka! Alcohol and Drug addiction can strip you of everything, and Robb would end up homeless for 14 years until some sort of divine or universal intervention helped him get things back on track and turn his life completely around. In this jam packed episode, we go on a rollercoaster ride with twists and turns and as usual, we aim to focus on the good out of the bad, the triumph over trauma!TRIGGER / CONTENT WARNING: Discusses domestic violence, domestic abuse and addiction.Site: https://robbkelly.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/addiction_doctor/FB https://www.facebook.com/drrobb.kelly.1Support the show
John talks to Kristina Hoyer — former US Navy rescue swimmer, entrepreneur, competitive athlete, yoga teacher, human performance coach, and chronic pain survivor. Having served in the US Navy for six years, Kristina left the service after sustaining a serious injury. Listen to her as she discusses her journey into the US Navy and life as a human performance coach. Listen to this episode to learn more: [01:30] - What made Kristina enter the Navy [08:12] - Kristina's experience in the Navy [11:12] - Her keepsakes from the Navy [13:50] - The reason she left the Navy [17:36] - Internal changes Kristina made so her identity is not tied to what she did/does [22:52] - How John's pain made him what he is today [25:14] - Some of the dangerous ways people pretend pain is not there [28:00] - The difference between happiness and joy [30:00] - About Re-Human coaching [32:21] - What makes her coaching unique [35:35] - Ideal client for Kristina [38:08] - What does a quick win look like NOTABLE QUOTES: "No one job is who you are and no one thing is who you are like you're not only a mother or a father." "Figure out who you want to be, not what you want to do." "Pain leads to purpose, which leads to the platform." "The problem with most people is that they pretend the pain is not there. And some of the more dangerous ways that people pretend the pain isn't there is by trying to cover it up, putting salve on it, and using things like alcohol, drugs, and promiscuity. And none of those things are healthy because they don't help. All they do is push off what you're going to have to deal with anyway. And the further you push it down, the worse it gets." "Many times, people confuse happiness with joy. Happiness means I feel good about this at the moment because something is driving it at the moment. And as soon as the moment is gone, I am no longer happy. So striving for happiness is fool's gold." "Joy says, even in the midst of the most horrific things that could possibly happen in life, i.e., the Holocaust, I can still be filled with this sense of purpose. Joy is being fulfilled regardless of the circumstances." "A lot of the time, when you've been living with a certain amount of pain for a long time, you don't necessarily realize how much discomfort you're in." BOOK MENTIONED: 48 Days to the Work You Love: Preparing for the New Normal by Dan Miller (https://tinyurl.com/48DaysBookDM) USEFUL RESOURCES: https://www.kristinahoyercollective.com https://www.instagram.com/kristinahoyercollective/ https://www.facebook.com/Kristina-Hoyer-Collective-112781317226104 https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinahoyer/ CONNECT WITH JOHN Website - https://thejohnhulen.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnhulen Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/johnhulen Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/johnhulen LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhulen YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLX_NchE8lisC4NL2GciIWA EPISODE CREDITS Intro music provided by Tony Palacios - https://www.instagram.com/tonytonedog/ Outro music provided by Jeff Scheetz - https://jeffscheetz.com/
Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski describes how to adjust to the inevitable slumps that happen in baseball and how to adjust to adversity with Murph and Mac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski describes how to adjust to the inevitable slumps that happen in baseball and how to adjust to adversity with Murph and Mac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode Jason Gardner shares how his experience in the Navy SEALS created an opportunity to share leadership lessons that help businesses create and empathy and understanding within their organizations. Listen in as Jason and I dive into the importance of kindness, creating personal discipline in everyday life to overcome micro adversities, and how to show empathy without needing to agree. Jason Gardner is a former Navy SEAL combat leader, and now a leadership instructor and speaker with Echelon Front. Jason spent nearly 30 years in the Navy SEALS with nine deployments across the globe with experience operating in violent cities in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Jason has seen firsthand the power of the leadership lessons taught at Echelon Front. He bring perspectives from every level of leadership from a frontline SEAL sniper to a SEAL team, five-command master. As a lead instructor with Navy special warfare group, on training detachment he created and implemented realistic and challenging special operation combat training to better prepare sealed units for the real-world battlefield. Visit Jason's Website: https://echelonfront.com/ Learn more about the gift of Adversity and my mission to help my fellow humans create a better world by heading to www.marcusaureliusanderson.com. There you can take action by joining my ANV inner circle to get exclusive content and information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode, Allan welcomes Steve Sims. Steve is the founder and CEO of the luxury concierge service Bluefish. Bluefish is an internationally famous company that makes once in a lifetime events happen. Allan and Steve discuss how finding a mentor and surrounding yourself with successful people is important to your success as an entrepreneur. Successful people seek people they can do business with, as well as those who complement their strengths and weaknesses. In addition, entrepreneurs that are really successful view time differently and see things from a different perspective than non-successful people. Adversity makes us smarter, stronger and more successful.
One thing I know for sure, when nuclear winter descends upon us, two things will survive, coackroaches, and Simon Leslie. Simon is CEO of Ink. Imagine it's 2019, $150m in profitable revenues, 36 exclusive inflight magazine publishing contracts. Covid hits. Almost all those revenues dried up overnight, and they had to refund customers, so the slap in the head cost him more than $150m. Our intrepid leader refused to die. In 2 and half years he has gone from the world falling out from under him to Ink having their BEST EVER quarter in Q1 2022/23. Ink now owns a closed TV network serving 12m customers a day with hyper targeted advertising. We talk data, decision making and disasters. What will surprise you is just how much of Simon's recovery has been down to the application of soft skills, and building up his people from scratch. And it is a delight to see Simon thriving. His story is a lesson in leadership, leaning into his problems and an indomitable spirit of enterprise. Contact Simon on inkedin.com/in/simon-leslie-b252b92 Websites luckyleslie.com (Personal) ink-global.com (Work) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: Closerx -- Contact me on email@example.com
Today's episode is absolutely powerful and I believe it can radically change your life even if you only took away one lesson my guest shared today. We all endure setbacks in life, but I promise you once you hear my guest's perspective and wisdom he shares today, you will learn that you too can overcome anything. Welcome Jason Redman. Jason is a retired Navy Lieutenant who spent eleven years as an enlisted Navy SEAL and almost ten years as a SEAL officer. Redman served multiple deployments throughout Central and South America pre-9/11 and Iraq and Afghanistan after 9/11. On September 13, 2007, outside of Fallujah, Iraq, Lieutenant Redman's Assault Team came under heavy machine gun and small arms fire and he was severely wounded in the ensuing firefight. While recovering at a Naval Medical Center, Redman authored and hung a bright orange sign on his door, which became known as the Sign on the Door and became a national statement and symbol for wounded warriors everywhere. After completing 21 years, Redman retired from the Navy and in 2013 he launched a speaking and coaching company which focuses on inspirational presentations on leadership, teamwork and the “Overcome Mindset”. Today he helps individuals, companies and teams to “GET OFF THE X” ™ from “Life Ambushes.” He is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir The Trident along with his second book Overcome, an Amazon bestseller. In this episode you will learn: Moving from a victim to a victor mindset The importance of self leadership and how to lead yourself What builds an outcome mindset Living by the words, “there are no bad days” The 3 components being a great leader and building credibility and much more Thank you to this episode's sponsor: Earth Echo Foods LLC. : Grab my favorite Green superfood elixir mix, Island Bliss for a special discount offer of 15% off https://shop.earthechofoods.com/erica or code at checkout: EricaL For full show notes and episode resources head to: https://ericalippy.com/jason-redman/ Find our guest at: Jason Redman | Website , Facebook , Instagram , YouTube Grab His Books: Overcome , The Trident Overcome And Survive Workshop Follow me on Social Media: Your Host: @ericalippy Podcast: @passionlovepursuit Facebook YouTube PASSION LOVE PURSUIT PODCASTS: https://ericalippy.com/the-podcast/
Josh McCallen is the founder of a company called Accountable Equity. He is a renowned hospitality executive, conference speaker, innovator, builder, and investor, serving as president of a 400+ person hotel development and management company and built businesses worth more than $150m. On today's episode, Josh and Lance talk about the exciting journey of being in the hospitality industry. Josh talks about the importance of humility, acts of kindness and serving others for self-fulfillment. He also shares secrets to leadership and the promotion that comes with it. Listen to today's episode to discover the tools you need to build your network and influence. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: 01:03 The secret to being successful in the hospitality industry 04:44 The benefits of reading good books and setting yourself up for growth 08:18 Insights into the life of Abraham Lincoln 13:46 The right way to correct somebody's mistake 27:20 An advice for people who lack direction and clarity
Today's guest is Trayvon Palmer. He's a professional basketball player, a former teammate, but more importantly, a great friend.Trayvon joins the show to speak on his inspiring journey from JUCO to joining the Detroit Pistons in the NBA. In this episode, Trayvon shares how he deals with adversity, allowing for his self-determination, resilience, and motivation to shine through. @triggatraypTrayvon Palmer ONI Follow instructions (2:30)ON His Jamaican Roots (4:45)ON Being the Quiet Kid (6:30)ON The Pre-Game Jitters are Contagious We're Humans DUH (7:00)ON Why We Struggle with Authenticity (13:45)ON Trayvon Checks Norense (17:07)ON His Transition from Football to Basketball (20:20)ON When you feel like the HARD WORK isn't paying off (24:36)ON Getting Released Twice by the same team (26:15)ON His Journey from Unemployed to the NBA (31:00)ON God's Timing (35:10)ON Trayvon and Friend both check Norense (37:05)ON His NBA CALL UP (39:39)ON Staying true to Himself (46:00)Fan Question (48:19)On Overcoming His Mind Bully (50:05)Send your topic requests and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show:https://www.instagram.com/mindbullypodcasthttps://twitter.com/mindbullypodFollow the Host:https://www.instagram.com/kingno_https://twitter.com/kingno_Support the show
When she started out as a radio DJ in Dayton, Ohio, Patty Spitler could not have envisioned where her career would take her or the challenges she would face along the way. In this episode, the well-known former WISH-TV anchor and entertainment reporter opens up about how a shy schoolgirl from Ohio would wind up interviewing some of the biggest names in Hollywood and dealing adversity that she refused to let define her career.
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Daniel Ritchie has faced remarkable adversity, yet he claims being born without arms was a gift. He shares how he overcame despair and discovered how to glorify God through his pain. Book by guest: My Affliction for His Glory: Living Out Your Identity in Christ.
NCAA Champ Seth Gross just added another incredible accolade to his resume: World Team Member! Today, just a week after the monster accomplishment, Seth joins me once again on the podcast to talk about his World Team Trials & Final X performances and share some insight around the matches, circumstances, and overcoming adversity. Always great catching up with Seth! We talked about: 1) Jesse Mendez Match at WTT 2) Nico Match at WTT 3) DeShazer Match at WTT 4) Being the Underdog at Final X 5) Overcoming the Adversity 6) Wrestling Anywhere Everywhere 7) Cut to 61 vs 57 8) Husband/Wife Competition Combo 9) Being “The Guy” in The Wisconsin Room 10) Life in Wisconsin 11) Coaching and Competing at the Same Time 12) Winning The Day - What it means! 13) Book Recommendations 14) Carnivore Diet & Coffee 15) Brand Side of Competing 16) Final X/WTT Fans 17) Upcoming Competitions This show is brought to you by our friends at ATAC. ATAC is an AI Strength & Conditioning coach, Nutritionist, and Mentality Mentor all in your pocket. Your Age. Your Goals. Your Program. Download the ATAC app and #LevelUp today! Feel free to tweet us and send us messages with questions and general thoughts! And, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and go through the archives to hear more great stories. If you want to support the podcast, be sure to leave a 5-star rating & review on Apple Podcasts, and shop some apparel on BASCHAMANIA.com! For all partnership and sponsorship inquiries, email email@example.com.
Each of us goes through life making choices, and some of those choices have a more significant impact than others. When your cumulative choices prevent you from fitting ‘the mold,' especially in the Marine Corps, the path won't be easy, but it will be truly unique. In this interview, Mary Kate Soliva welcomes Josh Atkinson, a Marine Corps Veteran. Josh was fortunate enough to attend Annapolis, and because of the disciplined household he grew up in, he didn't have to overcome the culture shock that many of his classmates did. He ultimately decided to join the Marines because of the wide range of options they could offer him. And, as he points out in this interview, once you are a Marine, you are never NOT a Marine. John shares his unique story into, through, and out of the Marine Corps, including: • Why each obstacle in life is an opportunity to get to know yourself better, and to know what you are capable of • How he faced up to some of the most challenging times in his military career, when he made the choice to do what he felt was right even though he knew it would not be popular • The impact that having his transition timing decided for him had on his professional journey Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about Veteran Voices here: https://supplychainnow.com/program/veteran-voices Subscribe to Veteran Voices and other Supply Chain Now programs here: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe Learn more about Vets2Industry: https://vets2industry.org/ This episode was hosted by Mary Kate Soliva. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/bonds-create-without-adversity-josh-atkinson-marine-corps-veteran-vv60
Stevie Rasmussen, the wife of Ray's pitcher Drew Rasmussen, has a unique story to share of their experiencing true adversity in the big leagues.Everyone at some capacity knows that there will be hard times for families in the minor leagues. Still, few families are prepared and equipped with the tools to handle the complex circumstances that families will experience.Drew was drafted in the first round after his junior year - only to have this opportunity taken away due to a failed medical exam. Stevie shares how they have handled and persevered through many a trying time in baseball.Stevie shares their vulnerable story of how they went from being overnight millionaires to having to return to Oregon State for Drew's senior season - and having to take out student loan debt to fund his senior season.Stevie's simple yet profound advice to other baseball spouses going through similar circumstances - adversity in the game of baseball is inevitable. How you respond to that adversity and support your family is what truly matters. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS2:44 - Stevie discusses how she didn't want to be dating an athlete while at Oregon State, but Drew changed her mind4:18 - Sophomore year of college - Drew received his first Tommy John Surgery. Stevie discusses how Drew felt isolated and not part of the team5:09 - Stevie talks about how prior to the surgery, she saw that her identity was built around Drew and baseball, and the surgery grew their relationship6:12 - After rehab Drew returned to pitch in the College World Series and subsequently get drafted in the first round of the MLB draft6:33 - Drew flew to Tampa Bay to be announced as the Rays first-rounder, only to find out that his elbow was blown out again, and Drew received Tommy John surgery #2.8:45 - Stevie discusses the feelings she experienced during Drew's surgery10:01 - Stevie goes deeper regarding how easy it is to have her identity wrapped up in Drew - even going so far as to introduce herself as "Drew's wife"11:39 - Stevie discusses her feelings of Drew's second surgery - where they went from receiving a $2.1m signing bonus to working landscaping in Corvallis OR being in student loan debt15:55 - Stevie shares the 2 different draft experiences - with the second time being drafted by the Brewers18:40 - Drew's debut was in COVID of 2020 - Stevie, unfortunately, watched the debut in the hotel across the street.21:20 - In 2021, Drew was traded to the Rays, and Stevie shares how this was her roughest part of baseball22:30 - The wives' community is strong - and showed up when Stevie needed them most. Brooke Burnes, wife of Cy Young award winner Corbin Burnes, showed up and helped Stevie pack her entire apartment.27:55 - The Power of the Baseball Wives28:40 - Money does not fix our problems - money is just a tool to be taken care of for what's important.31:50 - Stevie discusses how fortunate they are, and how they optimize their resources for their family, their community, and giving back.35:26 - Stevie discusses the powerful perspective of families navigating the questions of 'can you' afford something vs. 'should you'37:53 - Stevie's advice - adversity is inevitable. Lean on the community and ask for help.
Wow. Lots to unpack here listeners and thank you Lori for an amazing episode! In this After Thoughts section, Luke and Kyle discuss belief systems and how we end up believing in what we do. It often takes trauma of some kind to land on a specific belief, and in fact we have had guests on who's belief system, religion, or families' religion have been the cause for the trauma itself. Fascinating stuff! Let us know what you think! firstname.lastname@example.orgLinks from Lori:Website: https://therawandwildhearts.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClRhr2XzExQ_aJ-efq1C36wInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/therawandwildhearts/Support the show
Buckle up, this one is a wild wild ride. This week we are joined by Lori Reising, who takes us on an amazing journey of self discovery and connection to the greater universe. Her traumatic childhood was filled with rejection right from the get go, as she was abandoned as a new born baby! But, Lori's story starts even before her birth, as she is a firm believer of parallel and past lives, oh and star families! She believes we come from, and then go back, to infinite, divine light. At the age of 15 she realized her purpose was to use her past wounds to heal and care for people. It's a fascinating and mind blowing episode! Lori Reising is an Intuitive Medium who finds the magic as the founder of The Raw and Wild Hearts Podcast, Awakening Your Fire Retreats and Beginning Within Therapy, as well as the co-founder of Awakening Astrology Retreats. She lives in and works with our elemental nature, the astral support system, body consciousness, cellular wisdom, ancient knowledge and the Divinity within that is your birthright. You can find her under the magic of the Sun, Moon and stars, living in and with nature, stoking your passion on YouTube and Instagram, riding waves of the ocean, rivers or lakes, working on her converted van home, and learning from her special needs animal sidekick every single day.Support the show
Today we're celebrating 100 episodes of the Acta Non Verba podcast. Listen in as I look back on 100 conversations that overcome limiting beliefs, and elevate our expectations of ourselves and each other. Tune in as I explore profound lessons learned from some of the top athletes, coaches, authors, and humans who find the gift in adversity every day. I'm breaking down tales of scaling businesses, embracing challenges, understanding the science behind fear. Learn how to be a leader in times of adversity and the mindset shifts that elevate you to the 1%. Learn more about the gift of Adversity and my mission to help my fellow humans create a better world by heading to www.marcusaureliusanderson.com. There you can take action by joining my ANV inner circle to get exclusive content and information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are only halfway through One Knox’s Inaugural Season but it feels like we’ve had 3+ seasons of drama, Ups & Downs, and Wins-Ties-Loses. In this episode, we get into all of it as well as all of the away matches that have kept the Boys in Cream on the road. Dakota Booth, founding member of the Scruffs gives us his own Car Take of the match against Tri-Cities Otters.Mark McKeever sits down with Brian to reflect on the season as a whole, introduces us to his favorite word: ADVERSITY, & then brings it home as the boys come home to Maryville College on June 18th.Rounding it out, Brian whispers a sweet recap of the Tormenta match before getting PUMPED about the Smoky Mountian Series.Speaking of, June 21st (Tuesday) in downtown Asheville, One Knox SC will take on Asheville City SC! This is the moment that we’ve all been waiting for when One Knox will topple our mountain rivals (avenging our season opener!) and begin their proper reign at the top of the South Central table.Brian & I will be there in attendance, join us! Get your away tickets here!The Boys in Blue return home to Maryville College this Saturday, June 18th against Peachtree City. Come on out to welcome them home!Thanks for listening! Subscribe to receive an email every time a new episode & post drops. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit knoxsoccerpodcast.substack.com
The bible says "if you are willing and obedient, you will eat the good of the land" Isaiah 1:19. If you desire to eat good at the table of The Lord, you must be willing and obedient as you pass through Hell's Kitchen. In other words, endure hardness as a good soldier. God will bring you out of your furnace of affliction in a glorious way! JUST TRUST HIM AND DON'T GIVE UP!The Two Fish Podcast : A Christian Bible Study Made SimpleThe Two Fish Podcast, hosted by Nick and Aaron, is a Christian Bible Study, with a goal...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyIf this podcast have ever been a blessing to you please drop me an email and share it with me. I would love to hear from you!JesseCantyPodcast@Yahoo.comCashapp: $JesseECanty Are you a BUSINESS OWNER? Then check out http://swypefast.com/save That's Swype with a “Y” or call them at 1-800-597-0713 for a no strings attached cost analysis. Don't forget to ask them about their revolutionary pricing, “ CASH DISCOUNT”, that has saved business owners up to 99% of their current processing fees. Let them know that Jesse E Canty sent you! Support the show
What's it like to be a gay man in America today? How is it different for gay men today compared with those in previous generations? Our guest on this episode, Dr. Perry Halkitis, is the author of the new book, Out in Time: The Public Lives of Gay Men from Stonewall to the Queer Generation. He is also Dean and Professor at the School of Public Health at Rutgers University and a longstanding advocate for the health of the LGBTQ population. Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> AirMedCare Network: AirMedCare Network provides world-class air transport services to the nearest, appropriate hospital or trauma center. AMCN Members have the added value of knowing their flight expenses are completely covered when flown by an AMCN provider. For as little as $85 a year, it covers your entire household, every day, 24/7, even when traveling. AMCN is the largest medical air transport membership in the country, covering 38 states. For just pennies a day, you can worry less about what matters most. This is security no family should be without. Now, as a Nobody Told Me! listener, you'll get up to a $50 eGift Card when you join. Visit www.airmedcarenetwork.com/nobody and use the offer code NOBODY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I am thrilled you are listening to today's episode, because I am talking to my friend Juan. Juan is a super creative and amazing person who is also an expert at Instagram and creating reels! As a former marketing expert, he transitioned into social media management for many companies until finding his space in freelancing for different accounts and agencies across the world. During our conversation, Juan shares how he made the leap from the corporate world to freelancing, why starting from scratch can be scary but totally possible, and how social media strategies differ from region to region and audience to audience. In this episode, we cover: Juan shares more about himself [2:06] Overcoming the fear of starting from scratch [7:37] Acing the formula for reels and getting over being camera shy [10:24] Dealing with constant algorithm changes [13:53] Do social media strategies vary when you work with international audiences? [19:14] The trend report [22:03] Connect with Juan: https://www.igcreatoracademy.com/ica-reels-challenge Connect with Mandy on IG: @themandyemerson @thefiercesocialsociety Website: https://www.themandyemerson.com/
John continues his conversation with JJ Birden, who shares stories of his life before and after he retired from the NFL. In the previous episode, JJ discussed his journey as a professional athlete and what he is doing as an entrepreneur. This episode focuses on the relationship part of his life. Listen to this episode to learn more: [00:00] - Why JJ got into network marketing [03:09] - What made JJ become a speaker [05:00] - Efforts to improve his significant relationships and how they affect his business [06:42] - The F6 Formula [07:16] - Tips for men on how to own date night [12:58] - One habit that every person needs [14:49] - JJ's criteria for accepting or declining a speaking engagement [19:11] - People that inspire JJ and teach him about leadership [24:41] - The size of his network [28:22] - Books JJ is reading and podcasts he listens to [34:17] - Five love languages [36:44] - Creativeness thrives when the mind is clear [40:07] - Average divorce rate in the USA NOTABLE QUOTES: "Don't spread yourself too thin. You don't have to put all your eggs in all these different baskets." "If you're going to invest in something or have a business, you make sure you're involved in it every single day. You gotta be there involved day-to-day." "Date night is what you write down in ink. It has to be in ink. You plan everything else around that, even the kids' stuff. And the kids…need to see that they're not the top priority. Your spouse is the top priority." "What marriage is all about is putting the needs of your mate ahead of yours." "Discipline is the key to success in anything you do." "Discipline is the ability to do what you need to do and when you need to do it, while no one is watching." "The more mentors you have, the more opportunities you have to grow." "My job as a leader is to create other great leaders. And if I view that as my job, that means that I have to be investing in other people. I have to be making them better." "If you don't believe in yourself, why should other people." BOOK MENTIONED: Sooley by John Grisham (https://tinyurl.com/SooleyNovel) The Four Year Career: How to Make Your Dream of Fun and Freedom Come True … or Not by Richard Bliss Brooke (https://tinyurl.com/FourYearCareerBook) When Opportunity Knocks: 8 Surefire Ways to Take Advantage (https://www.jjbirden.com/buy-jjs-book.html) PODCASTS MENTIONED: Lessons in Leadership with Michael S. Clouse (https://lessonsinleadership.podbean.com/) Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast (https://www.craiggroeschel.com/leadershippodcast) USEFUL RESOURCES: https://www.jjbirden.com/ https://www.instagram.com/jjbirden https://www.facebook.com/jjbirdenonline https://twitter.com/jjbirden https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjbirden https://www.youtube.com/user/birden88 https://www.jjbirden.com/buy-jjs-book.html CONNECT WITH JOHN Website - https://thejohnhulen.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnhulen Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/johnhule Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/johnhulen LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhulen YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLX_NchE8lisC4NL2GciIWA EPISODE CREDITS Intro music provided by Tony Palacios - https://www.instagram.com/tonytonedog/ Outro music provided by Jeff Scheetz - https://jeffscheetz.com/
I encourage you to be on the lookout for adversity, ready to push back against an emotional response by pausing, quickly evaluating what you can control, and responding in the way that sets you up for success moving forward. E + R = O.
This week we're talking about navigating change and adversity with Drew Salamone. Drew is the President and Founder of i76 solutions - a full-service, omnichannel marketing and technology services agency. In his career whether as an NBC Universal executive, founder, partner, or principal in several companies Drew knows what it takes to lead through change and adversity. His industry - marketing, media, and technology - has seen unprecedented change and it keeps happening at an ever-increasing pace - and Drew is leading his team and others through it. You'll discover: The value of a variety of experiences in times of adversity How to face change and adversity in rapidly changing industries The characteristics and support it takes to not only survive but thrive through adversity Learn more about i76 Solutions and Drew: Discover more about i76 Solutions: www.i76solutions.com Connect with Drew: www.linkedin.com/in/drewjsalamone
For years, Kathleen Buhle—formerly Biden—has been a tireless advocate for women. Whether by helping provide legal support for domestic abuse victims or fostering community among women in DC, her advocacy and nonprofit work has given many women critical support for sharing their stories and voices.Now she's giving voice to the most difficult story she's faced yet: her own.In her memoir, If We Break: A Memoir of Marriage, Addiction and Healing, Kathleen opens up about her marriage and very public divorce from Hunter Biden; addiction's devastating impact on relationships; and how she found resilience and healing through it all.In this episode of Beyond the Prescription, Dr. McBride and Kathleen talk about parenting through trauma; the power of forgiveness; and the myriad health benefits of facing adversity head on. As Kathleen's doctor, Dr. McBride has watched her struggle and grow—emotionally and physically. Now as Kathleen tells her own story, the power of personal story-telling and self-compassion is abundantly clear.A new episode launches every Tuesday. Beyond the Prescription is hosted by Dr. Lucy McBride (https://lucymcbride.com/podcast) and produced by kglobal (https://kglobal.com/podcast-studio).
At the age of 12 months, Daniel DeFabio's first child Lucas was diagnosed with a rare disease called Menkes Syndrome. After adjusting his expectations of what raising a child might look like Daniel began to tell Lucas' story with a short documentary. That film led Daniel to co-found DISORDER: The Rare Disease Film Festival and later The Disorder Channel, both which are dedicated to spreading awareness for patient families facing any of the more than 7,000 rare diseases.One of Daniel's stories about Lucas won the 2015 Rare Patient Story Award from Global Genes. His award winning 12 minute documentary on Menkes Syndrome is narrated by Oscar nominee Mary McDonnell. In 2008 he founded that Ballston Spa Film Festival. He was a pioneer of original content online (now called web series) and co-wrote and co-produced the internet's first animated series.He has created videos and marketing materials for American Cinematographer, PBS, RightRace, bio-techs. Hospitals, most major movie studios, TNT's “The Closer” and HBOs “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, among others. Daniel currently works as Global Gene's Director of Community Engagement. Daniel is here to today to share his powerful personal story.The Disorder ChannelDISORDER: The Rare Disease Film FestivalFollow @disorderrarediseasefilms on Instagram!
About This Episode: To me, the story of Tom Brady is the greatest example of preparation meeting circumstances. Had it not been for a single moment, Tom Brady might have been a career backup. That moment is what I like to call the “Mo Lewis moment,” a moment when the preparation that we have spent our entire lives on meets the circumstances. The name comes from the former Jets linebacker that hit then Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe, knocking him out of the game and bringing Tom Brady into the game. We all have those moments. Some of us aren't ready. Others cannot recognize those moments when they occur. So, not only is it about preparation; it is being able to recognize an opportunity in the adversity presented in front of you. This is the first in a series of episodes taking us through August 5th in which we will count down to the launch and work through the launch of my brand new book, Unremarkable to Extraordinary. The book releases on June 21st and you can get your copy over at www.getextraordinarybook.com. Unremarkable to Extraordinary: Ignite Your Passion to Go From Passive Observer to Creator of Your Own Life: https://getextraordinarybook.com/ Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/994 Sponsors: LinkedIn Jobs: Post your first job for free linkedin.com/cyol MyPillow: Use the promo code: CYOL to get up to 60% off https://www.mypillow.com/ Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. Right now I'm reading " Bad News How Woke Media Is Undermining Democracy" by Batya Ungar-Sargon www.jeremyryanslate.com/book
Todays guest is Justin Gray. He's a professional basketball player, and a former collegiate athlete at Texas Tech University. He is my brother, and my former teammate. One of the brightest people i've ever been around.He joins the pod as “Mr. TEXAS TECH” himself. A Florida boy, who quickly fell in love with the south plains and the 806.In this episode, Justin shares how he is able to find self-confidence, motivation, and inspiration, in the face of adversity. @justin_gray5Justin Gray ON:ON Growing Up Wanting to Impress his Parents (4:20)ON Going from Public to Private School (16:00)ON Receiving Backlash when Committing to Texas Tech over Harvard (21:00)ON Starting as A Freshman at Texas Tech (29:00)ON Fracturing His Knee (30:25)ON Mental Battle in Fighting to Recovery (36:00)ON Tubby Smith Leaving For Memphis (39:15)ON Making Sacrifices for the team and Chris Beard (45:35)ON Playing through an Injury his Senior Year (51:25)ON His Mindset when Faced with Adversity (58:00)ON Leaving a Legacy at Texas Tech (1:01:50)ON Watching Texas Tech advance to Final 4 after he left (1:02:45)ON “Filthy Humans” (1:11:20)Fan Question (1:15:05)ON Overcoming His Mind Bully (1:17:50)Send your topic requests and questions to: email@example.com Follow the show:https://www.instagram.com/mindbullypodcasthttps://twitter.com/mindbullypodFollow the Host:https://www.instagram.com/kingno_https://twitter.com/kingno_Support the show
In this episode, Jeannette talks to Gerald Ratner who is now a highly sought-after speaker, an author and entrepreneur. In the eighties, he transformed the UK jewellery industry and took the US by storm. In 1991, the Ratner´s Group netted profits of £125 million, which would equate to almost a £billion, today. They talk about that journey, including how he lost it all when he made a joke when speaking to the Institute of Directors at the Royal Albert Hall, in 1991. Gerald also explains how he went about building multiple brands under one umbrella, including top-end shops and why he prefers to use the acquisition model to grow a business. As well as speaking about the mental health issues he suffered from and what he did to solve them. KEY TAKEAWAYS For two years, Ratner Group shares were the fastest-growing on the FTSE100. What you say in a speech needs to be carefully tailored to fit your audience, the type of event and the venue. When things go wrong there is always a silver lining. Pre-selling membership is a great acid test for a business idea. Acquiring businesses rather than starting from scratch brings many benefits. It is much easier to face the problems rather than hide from them. Exercise every day it helps you to balance your life out. Look after your staff, it's the right thing to do, it is good business and creates great loyalty. You are not going to achieve anything by being a wallflower. The key to success is making smart decisions. BEST MOMENTS ‘In 7 years, we went from losing £34,000 to being the world´s largest jewellery business. ´ ‘One the advantages of being sacked is that I´ve now become a much better husband and father.' ‘Happiness actually is about giving things to people not just taking things.' EPISODE RESOURCES Gerald Ratner: The Rise and Fall and Rise Again - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gerald-Ratner-Rise-Fall-Again/dp/B07732GQTG Reinvent Yourself - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Reinvent-Yourself-Reinventing-Your-Successful-Opportunity/dp/1909846570/ Gerald Ratner´s full 1991 speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nj9BZz71yQE This is the perfect time to get focused on what YOU want to really achieve in your business, career, and life. It's never too late to be BRAVE and BOLD and unlock your inner BRILLIANCE. If you'd like to join Jeannette's FREE Business Impact Seminar just DM Jeannette at firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up via Jeannette's linktree https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot VALUABLE RESOURCES Brave, Bold, Brilliant podcast series - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/brave-bold-brilliant-podcast/id1524278970 ABOUT THE GUEST Gerald Ratner was born in London and based his philosophy of business on his experiences as a boy in Petticoat Lane Market. He observed that “the people who shouted the loudest and appeared to give the best offers sold the most”. Ratner joined the family business in 1966 and built up an extremely successful chain of jewellers during the '80s, of which he was chief executive. The shops shocked the formerly staid jewellery industry by displaying fluorescent orange posters advertising cut-price bargains, and by offering low price ranges. The Ratners Group consisted of Ratners, H. Samuel, Ernest Jones, Leslie Davis, Watches of Switzerland and over 1,000 shops in the US including Kays. Ratners was one of the few British retailers to succeed in the US. Gerald Ratner was, until 1991, one of the UK's most successful and well-known businessmen. Unfortunately, he went down in history when, at a corporate speaking engagement for the Institute of Directors, he jokingly described one of his non-jewellery products as “total crap” and compared another to an M&S prawn sandwich; suggesting the sandwich would last longer. Gerald Ratner was, until 1991, one of the UK's most successful and well-known businessmen. Unfortunately, he went down in history when, at a corporate speaking engagement for the Institute of Directors, he jokingly described one of his products as “total crap” and compared another to an M&S prawn sandwich; suggesting the sandwich would last longer. This, now infamous speech, spelt disaster for both Gerald and his company, Ratner Group, the world's largest jewellery retail company which included H Samuel and Ernest Jones, of which he was the Chairman and Chief Executive, However, Gerald's story of how he dealt with the aftermath and returned over a decade later to become, once again, a major player in the online retail sector is a remarkable journey of perseverance, passion, resilience, entrepreneurial skill and a remarkable lesson in overcoming crisis and adversity. ABOUT THE HOST Jeannette Linfoot is a highly regarded senior executive, property investor, board advisor, and business mentor with over 25 years of global professional business experience across the travel, leisure, hospitality, and property sectors. Having bought, ran, and sold businesses all over the world, Jeannette now has a portfolio of her own businesses and also advises and mentors other business leaders to drive forward their strategies as well as their own personal development. Jeannette is a down-to-earth leader, a passionate champion for diversity & inclusion, and a huge advocate of nurturing talent so every person can unleash their full potential and live their dreams. CONTACT THE HOST Jeannette's linktree - https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot https://www.jeannettelinfootassociates.com/ YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtsU57ZGoPhm55_X0qF16_Q LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Facebook - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jeannette.linfoot/ Email - email@example.com Podcast Description Jeannette Linfoot talks to incredible people about their experiences of being Brave, Bold & Brilliant, which have allowed them to unleash their full potential in business, their careers, and life in general. From the boardroom tables of ‘big' international businesses to the dining room tables of entrepreneurial start-ups, how to overcome challenges, embrace opportunities and take risks, whilst staying ‘true' to yourself is the order of the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
No matter who it is, they failed at one point or another. What separates a winner from a loser is that a winner consistently rises back up no matter how many times they fall. Adversity is great because it builds character and a deeper understanding of a field. In this episode, we dive into the world of emotional intelligence and I talk about how to deal with adversity like a winner. If you want more practical insights on how to be more emotionally resilient, then be sure to check out the ArmaniTalks free daily newsletter!
The 6th episode in a 12-part series “Black, White, and Red All Over: A Podcast Series about the Bible.” ------------------------ Episode Summary/For Further ExplorationJohn, Ellyn, and Tiffany are joined by special guest Ethan McVay as they review what they took away from the Bible books 1&2 Samuel, 1 Chronicles, and Psalms. They also talk about having humility in the face of adversity and, being in-between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July in America, if America is a "Christian Nation." Intro and Fun Banter - 0:00 All about Eggbeater Jesus - 9:15 Humility in the Face of Adversity - 19:00 Is America a Christian Nation? - 27:50 Ellyn's thoughts on this month's readings - 39:22 Ethan's thoughts on this month's readings - 46:28 Tiffany's thoughts on this month's readings - 52:44 John's thoughts on this month's readings - 56:45 Closing Words - 1:04:07 Join them in reading through the Bible this year! Find resources to help get you started below. *If you have thoughts or questions, we'd love to talk with you! Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com* ------------------------ Resources & References for After You Listenhttps://my.bible.com/reading-plans/17553-the-bible-recap-with-tara-leigh-cobble#:~:text=%E2%86%90Plans-,Share,-The%20Bible%20Recap (The Bible Recap Reading Plan on the Bible App) https://www.thebiblerecap.com/start (Bible Recap Resources to help get you started in reading through the Bible) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1R9HzW7B3jBBAi_NmMnateGeqoYleTVf5/view (The Bible Recap Links) https://bibleproject.com/ (The Bible Project) https://announce.bibleproject.com/?_ga=2.225246429.615507031.1642525114-1608109579.1642525114 (The Bible Project App) Check out All our Other Episodes on our Podcast & Keep an Eye Out for Episode 7 of Season 3 on or around August 1st! ------------------------ Special Thanks to Ellyn Christian and Patrick Chester! Visit us online at https://my.captivate.fm/www.fbchsv.org/youngadults (www.fbchsv.org/youngadults) and check out our sermons and services at https://my.captivate.fm/www.fbchsv.org/sermons (www.fbchsv.org/sermons), and watch our 30min TV Program https://tvchurch.online/ (tvchurch.online)
Dennis Vaillant is a Million Dollar Earner closing in on 100 offices in his company. He's spread out all of the U.S. and Canada. He spends his time mentoring others and passing on the lessons he has learned. • Lots of people have the ability but without the right circumstances, they don't flourish. • Growth spurts come from adversity. • The separation from top to bottom is mental toughness. • Will you keep working hard when shocking adversity comes? • Adversity attacks your core principles. TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [3:40] Going in a new direction. [10:03] Are you going to do what it takes? [20:20] When did you start feeling confident in the business? WEIDELONWINNING.COM/WEBINAR
Sometimes it's hard to find the hope and light in these stories of trauma and suffering. The events that Leigh and her son have been through, and are going though, really put things into perspective. Leigh has shown such strength to come on the show and tell us her harrowing tale and it really does offer hope to people who might be going through something similar. Luke and Kyle discuss the events of the episode, and once again, if you missed it, go back, have a listen, and join us here afterwards! Links From LeighWebsite: https://leighhuxley.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/leigh.huxley.7IG: https://www.instagram.com/huxleyleigh/Support the show
In this heartbreaking and raw episode, Leigh describes the events that led to her son having a total psychotic break at the age of just 16. Leigh's Son, Mark, had recently moved to China with his Dad. Leigh lived in England and It had been hard letting Mark go to live so far away as a young teen. One morning she came home to an onslaught of messages that her son was having some sort of breakdown. Visa and travel issues ensued but she was finally able to collect him in China, and bring him back to the UK for medical help. Leigh described her son at this point as a totally unrecognizable human being. Paranoid and delusional, scared of colors and sounds. Like an Alien in another body! Leigh describes the next 7 years, bringing up to present day, and lives in hope for her son, that he will one day, once again, lead a normal life. Take some deep breaths listeners, this one is a rollercoaster. Thank you for your courage Leigh!NOTE: While a mental breakdown does not exclude the possibility of psychosis, a psychotic break refers specifically to an episode of psychosis. Symptoms may include delusional thoughts and beliefs, auditory and visual hallucinations, and paranoia.Links From LeighWebsite: https://leighhuxley.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/leigh.huxley.7IG: https://www.instagram.com/huxleyleigh/Support the show
Everyone faces daily challenges on some sort of level, whether it's going to the gym or deciding to push yourself to the next ridge trying to find a big buck. It's pushing through adversity that gives you daily wins and allows you to be successful. Listen as Erik and Payton discuss pushing through adversity and the benefits they've had and how they felt when they gave up. MegaWatt Link: https://1stphorm.com/products/megawatt/?a_aid=MuleyfreakPost-Workout Stack: https://1stphorm.com/products/post-workout-stack/?a_aid=MuleyfreakPrivate Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/muleyfreak/
Today's episode is all about understanding that adversity builds who you really are. I grew up extremely lucky that I didn't get handouts, from anyone. I was born in the Soviet Union, came to the US as a child and had to completely adapt to a different lifestyle, all while keeping my head clear and my eyes set on my goals. I see a lot of you on your parents payroll complaining about how being spoiled all your life made you lazy. Well I have one thing to say to you in this episode... I hope you find this helpful. Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter