The World Health Organisation has been sounding the alarm about the path of the pandemic in Europe, as Covid infections and deaths continue to rise across parts of the continent. Affected countries are listening and responding: mandatory vaccines, vaccine passports and movement restrictions on the unvaccinated are dominating the debate in several European countries. In this episode we bring together people who are resisting or refusing to get the jab.
The disaster in B.C. has displaced thousands, but what about those who were already displaced, or homeless? We talk to Kevin McArthur, from the Lookout Housing and Health Society in Abbotsford; and Elijah Mack, a young Indigenous business owner who has been trying to help those in need.
People working in sectors that require a vaccine pass must have their first vaccination by Friday next week. That's 10 days notice for hospitality, close contact businesses, gyms, events and gatherings. The mandate includes religious leaders - something that has caught some churches by surprise. Businesses and organisations can use an app to scan and verify vaccine certificates. Amy Williams filed this report.
Patrick Byrne is the CEO of The America Project which has been instrumental in the Arizona audit and the entire election integrity movement. He is also the Founder and Former CEO of overstock.com. DOJ And National School POLL: 59.4% OF LIKELY VOTERS BELIEVE ELECTION INTEGRITY ISSUES AFFECTED THE OUTCOME OF THE 2020 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
You have heard a lot about how the pandemic affected those with a diagnosis – and it isn't good. Recent studies have turned their attention to stress and anxiety and depression of caregivers during the pandemic. It was higher in those parents with children of a neurodevelopmental disorder, but it was also complicated, related to […]
Listen to Tony Lynch, Podcast Host at Memories of Us, reflect on his experience before and after his 8 year old son unexpectedly died. And how his emotions and inaccurate thinking influenced him to plan and almost commit suicide. This episode was produced to help people who are grieving gain a better understanding of the emotions they are experiencing, and with the intent to help them develop positive and effective coping skills.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, share and follow me at:. Mario P. Fields - YouTube· Instagram· Facebook· LinkedIn. Unarmored TalkEmail me at email@example.comSponsored by Global Inspirational Speakers
A lot of us hunkered down at home last Thanksgiving instead of making the usual feast. Now we're getting together again. But with pandemic-related shipping and supply chain issues, plus this summer's extreme heat … you've got a recipe for sticker shock.
Click for links and more info ⬇️⬇️⬇️ BIOS Flaws Hit Intel Processors, Robinhood was Hacked and 7 Million are Affected , and the FBI's Email Server was used to Send Spoofed Emails ! All that coming up now on ThreatWire. #threatwire #hak5 Links: Weekly security and privacy news, brought to you by Shannon Morse. ThreatWire is a weekly news journalism show covering security and privacy topics for network admins, information security professionals, and consumers. Watch this on youtube (video may be “private” until the scheduled publish time): https://youtu.be/j3vQJNMiTMk Shop ThreatWire Merch Directly! - https://snubsie.com/shop Shop ThreatWire Merch on Teespring! - https://morsecode.creator-spring.com/ Support ThreatWire! https://www.patreon.com/threatwire Follow Shannon on Social Media: https://snubsie.com/links Links: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/high-severity-bios-flaws-affect-numerous-intel-processors/ https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/security-center/advisory/intel-sa-00562.html https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/fbi-system-hacked-to-email-urgent-warning-about-fake-cyberattacks/ https://twitter.com/spamhaus/status/1459451401269043201 https://twitter.com/vinnytroia/status/1459515619838251010 https://thehackernews.com/2021/11/fbis-email-system-hacked-to-send-out.html https://krebsonsecurity.com/2021/11/hoax-email-blast-abused-poor-coding-in-fbi-website/ https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-statement-on-incident-involving-fake-emails https://blog.robinhood.com/2021/11/8/data-security-incident https://www.vice.com/en/article/epxdmn/robinhood-hackers-internal-tool-security-features https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/7-million-robinhood-user-email-addresses-for-sale-on-hacker-forum/ https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/robinhood-data-breach-exposed-7-million-customers/ Hak5 -- Cyber Security Education, Inspiration, News & Community since 2005: -----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆ Our Site → https://www.hak5.org Shop → http://hakshop.myshopify.com/ Subscribe → https://www.youtube.com/user/Hak5Darren?sub_confirmation=1 Support → https://www.patreon.com/threatwire Contact Us → http://www.twitter.com/hak5 Threat Wire RSS → https://shannonmorse.podbean.com/feed/ Threat Wire iTunes → https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/threat-wire/id1197048999 -----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆ ____________________________________________ Founded in 2005, Hak5's mission is to advance the InfoSec industry. We do this through our award winning educational podcasts, leading pentest gear, and inclusive community – where all hackers belong.
Cal Fire Chief Thom Porter's retirement following two wildfire seasons. Needs from Northern Nevada, Stockton & Sacramento food banks ahead of the holiday season. How bookstores have been affected by supply chain issues and how it could affect holiday shopping. Today's Guests CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd on CalFire Chief Thom Porter's retirement following two wildfire seasons. Nicole Lamboley, President and CEO of the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, Dr. Leonard Hansen, CEO of the Emergency Food Bank in Stockton, and Blake Young, President and CEO of the Sacramento Food Bank, discuss the needs in their regions ahead of the holiday season. CapRadio Morning Edition Host, Donna Apidone, walks us through how bookstores and the publishing industry have been affected by supply chain issues and how it could affect holiday shopping.
During the pandemic, were you seeing patients regularly stopping by your clinic for an appointment? Probably not, right? The world was shut down. However, despite all that going on, my clients were still alive and thriving because they followed my lessons on how to run your private practice. In this podcast, one of my clients, Eric, talks about how he had, and still has, a 3-week waitlist for his patients to come to his clinic despite being affected by the pandemic simply because he was apart of my CEO Mastermind program. Listen to this podcast to hear his story. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Read more Marketing Tips Articles: Here Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for Daily Videos: Here Check out Paul's No.1 Best Selling Physical Therapy Business Books: Here
WXXI's Beth Adams recently reported on how the pandemic has affected the nursing profession. A national nursing shortage has impacted the number of patients that can be admitted to hospitals, wait times in emergency departments, and more. Despite that, the pandemic has inspired the next generation of nurses. The University of Rochester of School of Nursing is expanding and enrollment is up. This hour, Beth Adams joins us to discuss her reporting, and we hear from local nurses: Beth Adams , host of Morning Edition at WXXI News Kathy Peterson , chair and professor in the Department of Nursing at SUNY Brockport Karen Keady , assistant dean of clinical practice at the University of Rochester School of Nursing, and chief nursing executive at the University of Rochester Medical Center
WXXI's Beth Adams recently reported on how the pandemic has affected the nursing profession. A national nursing shortage has impacted the number of patients that can be admitted to hospitals, wait times in emergency departments, and more. Despite that, the pandemic has inspired the next generation of nurses. The University of Rochester of School of Nursing is expanding and enrollment is up.
In the second installation of this two-part feature about the LIBOR transition, you'll hear from Bill Geis, head of private client banking at Raymond James Bank, who details how the move will affect individual and corporate borrowers. [Recorded 10/19/21]
African countries will suffer the worst consequences of climate change, but you wouldn’t know it if you looked at the continent’s negotiators at the COP26 talks in Glasgow. Their strategy seem to be stretching their hands out for billions of dollars in handouts as compensation for wealthy countries role on climate change. What Africa needs … Continue reading Episode 80: Africa will be most affected by climate change, but negotiators show no urgency at COP26
Today's Pubcast Shot answers a question from Samantha Shaler. Pubcast Shots are short, bite-sized bits for when you're on the run. To submit your own question, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org (with the subject: Pubcast Shot Question) or send a message to my Facebook page.
We travel along the MacKenzie River to talk to northern community members whose lives have been affected by climate change; like Frank T'Seleie, a traditional leader and former chief in Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories. who has been fighting to protect the land and water of the region for decades. We also talk with Gladys Norwegian, the former Grand Chief of the Dehcho, whose life was forever changed by severe spring floodwaters in the communities of Jean Marie River, N.W.T., and Fort Simpson, N.W.T.
Cougar legends Alex Brink and Mkristo Bruce join Ian to discuss all things crimson and grey, courtesy of No-Li Brewhouse, Team Bruce Mortgage, American Football Brand, and The Buffalo Gym in Maple Valley
Marsh's Christine Williams and Dennis Tierney look at how COVID-19 is shaping the workers' compensation line and best practices for employers as the pandemic continues. You can access a transcript of this episode here. For more insights and insurance and risk management solutions, follow Marsh on LinkedIn and Twitter and visit marsh.com.
In today's episode about impacting the world through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about how stress affects your finances. I share how some of the indirect effects of financial stress still affect your finances as well. I share some tips you can do about the stress. Show Notes and Resources.
Frankston resident Roula Krikellis is one of hundreds of Melbourne residents affected by the wild weather conditions that battered the state. - Η ομογενής του προαστίου Frankston Ρούλα Κρικέλλη, ήταν από τους κατοίκους Μελβούρνης που επλήγησαν άμεσα από τα ακραία καιρικά φαινόμενα στην πολιτεία της Βικτώριας.
The National Empowerment Fund (NEF) has committed R722m to help support businesses that were affected by the unrest that gripped Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in July. Alishia Seckam spoke to NEF CEO Philisiwe Mthethwa for more detail
Steve Dodds is equal parts of Clark Kent and Superman when it comes to Finance and Insurance. Listen in to what he sees going on in the business offices around the country as a result of covid, supply chain issues and customers that have changed how they shop.
Listen as host Stephen Strang shares with you his November column in Charisma magazine. Learn how Mario Murillo impacted Strang's life in the past and present. Get your copy of Charisma magazine at https://shop.charismamag.com/collections/subscription
In our final regular episode of the 2021 season, Mac, Skyler, and Evan dole out the (intangible) hardware as they name the recipients of the prestigious... Tudies? Alties? AxA Awards? among the Colorado Rockies for the year. It's been a blast to bring you our podcast this year. We'll have occasional episodes throughout the offseason before resuming regular weekly content when Spring Training hits in 2022! Thank you so much for listening! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How has Social Media affected you? This episode we take a deep dive into this topic. Have you ever given thought to the fact that while social media remains free of charge for the users the companies continue to make millions? How is this possible? How is this sustainable? You'll be surprised when you hear those answers. Many of us feel the need to visit Social Media sites daily but is that our true free will or have we been programed ourselves? What Biblical principles can be applied to my social media usage? We touch on all of this on this episode. To learn more about our ministry visit cfbcla.org
While most Pacific nations have avoided large outbreaks of COVID-19, the economic fallout from the pandemic has been devastating leaving many concerned the region will not recover without urgent support. - Αν και τα περισσότερα έθνη του Ειρηνικού έχουν αποφύγει αυξημένα κρούσματα της νόσου COVID-19, οι οικονομικές επιπτώσεις της πανδημίας ήταν καταστροφικές, αφήνοντας την περιοχή ανήσυχη για το αν θα ανακάμψει χωρίς επείγουσα υποστήριξη.
Based on statics the self-storage industry is right at the top. Self-storage benefits during the recession because businesses downsize and put their belongings in storage. Individuals downsize during the recession as well, they might need to move in with somebody else or their families perhaps thus the need for storage to keep their stuff. Scott Meyers and his affiliated companies focus on the acquisition, development, and syndicating of self-storage facilities nationwide. He currently owns and operates over 2,200,000 square feet and over 13,000 units nationwide. His education organization www.SelfStorageInvesting.com provides courses, tools, life events, and mentoring to help others launch self-storage businesses to enjoy a lifestyle, as his saying goes “free from tenant, toilets & trash!” His various companies are also very mission-focused and funded the construction of 12 houses in Mexico and the Dominican Republic by taking his staff, partners & other associates on their all-expense-paid short-term mission trips. For more valuable information click on this link and watch the complete episode: https://youtu.be/JtieWmA6R_k - “Private Money & Self-Storage Investing with Scott Meyers and Jay Conner” Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3
Brought to you by TogetherLetters! In this episode: Amazon will allow many employees to work remotely, indefinitely. Affected businesses react Parents of children called Alexa challenge Amazon Coinbase Pitches Blueprint for Special Crypto Regulator Canva is getting into video Blue Origin successfully sends William Shatner and crew to edge of space and back Seven years after raising $542M at a $2B valuation, Magic Leap raises $500M at a $2B valuation Magic Leap has raised another $500 million, readies new headset Investors Spent Millions on ‘Evolved Apes' NFTs. Then They Got Scammed. Google Search Wants to Curate Big News. It Could Be a Minefield Twitter's tool for removing unwanted followers arrives for web users Drones can now fly through forests at 40kmph — run and hide, humans Weird and Wacky: Tesla To Sell Beer In Cybertruck-Inspired Bottle At Giga Berlin Mattel Mega lets you build a Tesla Cybertruck out of 3,000-plus bricks Tech Rec: Sanjay - WiFiman, Might Could podcast Adam - new iPhone 13 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/techtalkyall/message
New Zealand's Pacific neighbours are in for a climate aid boost. The government's committing $1.3 billion over four years to support countries most vulnerable to climate change - at least half of that money will go to the Pacific. The announcement comes ahead of the UN's Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, which begins at the end of October. Climate Change Minister James Shaw spoke to Susie Ferguson.
You're not alone if you're facing anxiety, concerns, and difficult situations in your workplace 18 months into the pandemic—it's a pattern across the globe. A lot of people thought (hoped) we'd be back to normal by this point, or at least adjusting really well to our “new” normal. But it turns out there are just a lot of new problems and questions, fears and insecurities. In today's episode, co-hosts Jeff Mask and Richard Lindner want you to know you're not alone. It's not just a hot topic; it's the anxiety everyone is feeling, whether or not they realize it. They want to help you understand what's going on and give you actionable steps to make things better, to give more clarity, to help you realign and reunite your company. This is how the episode will go: Validate what you're feeling. Live in that feeling a little bit. Go through some of the causes/effects. Give some hope. Your Experience/Feelings Are Valid We've all been through a lot in the past 18 months, and then we saw some signs that things were getting a little better. Then other things started to creep in. Things like: Tension being a little bit higher Friction being deeper and hotter Pockets in the business that don't feel as engaged/dialed in Resentment Entitlement Inconsistent sales Overall dysfunction within leadership teams More easily frustrated with people Richard shares their company's story. On Friday, April 13th, 2020, they sent everybody home from their headquarters for a couple weeks, which turned into a month, then a quarter. Then they made the decision to be a virtual first company. They knew they couldn't go back. They still don't know if today is a new normal or a temporary normal. They're in limbo. A couple weeks ago, things seemed to start getting better-ish, but people started leaving. Everyone wanted to know, what are we doing now? People seemed way more disconnected, out of touch, accusatory in tone. It was harder to get people on the same page. Everything seemed forced. They're not in a rhythm, not in alignment. Then people start leaving. Why Are People Leaving Your Company? Richard can't help but think, “Uh oh. Did we make it this far, then we're going to fall apart? The world is going to get better, and we're going to crumble? That's what it felt like.” “Our thoughts go to dark places,” Jeff says. “Maybe it's me. Maybe I'm a horrible leader. Maybe the company isn't as good as I thought it was. Now that things are more stable, people are going where they want to go. Before, they felt imprisoned in this company, but at least it was a place of security. And your ego goes all over the place.” Richard says yes to the ego. They stepped up and supported their people during the bulk of the last year. They cut other things before people. When the first few people put in their resignation, he had to fight his ego. “How dare you leave us when we didn't leave you? Do you know how easy it would have been to just cut this, but we didn't, but now you are? That's my own brokenness and humanity popping up, but I felt it.” Why are people leaving now? For a lot of reasons. First of all, it felt like a lot, because no one left for 18 months. People were exploring new opportunities because this wasn't a cultural fit for them. They had hit a ceiling. All types of normal reasons people leave. Natural ebb and flow of turnover happens. But it didn't for 18 months, so it felt like a lot all at once. Harvard Business Review has been putting out some great articles about the Great Resignation. It's helpful to put it into the context of a bigger picture. What occurred during the pandemic was a lot of soul-searching. Why am I doing what I'm doing? People had a lot more flexibility in where they live and work. They're leaving companies and also industries—not just because it's a horrible place to work. Some people leave because your company looks a lot different from the company they signed up for. We've changed. It's hard enough running a business, and then you slap a pandemic on it. There are so many new variables at play that are tough to navigate. Communicating Well When You're Not Face-to-Face The environment is shifting, so the medium we use to communicate is changing too. Face to face interaction was easier in many ways. The difficulty of going from eyeball to eyeball dialogue to strictly text/Slack/email is that you strip out so much of the richness of communication—tone, body language. As receivers, we fill in the gaps in the texts. And often erroneously when it's a high conflict situation and we're lacking nonverbal cues. One thing Richard does is make himself read the message to someone else or just out loud. Then he checks his tone. Have you ever read a text conversation out loud and noticed the change in inflection/tone when you get to YOUR part? Are you putting a bad guy tone, a Disney villain tone, on the other person's text? Are you ascribing emotion to the conversation that's not actually there? We filter texts through what's going on with us. We read it with baggage. So Richard does the Disney Villain Test. Take a breath, count to 5, tell himself the best case of what they could have meant, because he just acknowledged the worst case. It probably needs to be a conversation. Want to jump on the phone? Or acknowledge the weirdness. It takes time, but you have to invest the time upfront to deliver communication the right way from the beginning. A five minute conversation can offset weeks of resentment, underperformance, lashing out. Interpersonal stuff is a domino effect. If you feel that tension, when's the last time you connected on a personal level with that team member? There are probably other issues happening in their lives that are more important than work. Some Helpful Tips for Making Those Connections #1: Use a message matrix. It's a simple tool you can download. It lists different scenarios of communication and times to check in or face conflict and different mediums you can use. Knowing which medium to use with what timing with what person is super helpful. #2: Intentionally build relationships of trust. Check in on people. Flex your emotional intelligence muscle. If you don't have a high EQ, ask for help. It's one of the most critical skill sets we can understand and grow as we're leading through this unique time. #3: Give yourself a break. Stop beating yourself up so much. Stop expecting perfection. Don't go down the spiral of “everything's falling apart.” #4 Acknowledge It publicly. Not on Facebook, but with your team. A lot of times we leaders think we can't acknowledge a problem until we have a solution, but that's a limiting belief. That is a false narrative. One of the most powerful tools a leader has is to acknowledge something is wrong, even if—especially if—you don't have a solution. You'll see your team breathe a sigh of relief. Have a virtual meeting with your team. We know there are a lot of things going on personally, and there are a lot of changes in the business. This is normal. We are going to figure out a solution to make it easier to communicate and collaborate. We don't have one yet, but we'll get it. Know that we're committed to changing it. You're not alone. You Can Do This. Tell Us About It. We're all working through leading and growing together. No company or leader has it perfectly figured out. That's okay. Learn from each other. Give yourself space and grace. And take one action today. What's one thing you can do to create a healthier work environment today? Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What's working for you right now? What have you figured out in your organization as a leader that's helping this transition? And what are your biggest problems? Where are you stuck? What are some areas you can use some help? Where are things going well and why? If you have any really cool tools you'd like to share, they'll give you a shoutout and share them here on the podcast. If you have questions/problems they can help you find a solution to, email them here: email@example.com OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast
In this episode we are looking at a new piece of research - Flight to Safety: COVID-Induced Changes in the Intensity of Status Quo Preference and Voting Behavior.This paper focusses on some important questions around covid. How do emotions and particularly anxiety, shape or influence voters preferences? How does anxiety resulting from this unforeseen external force, covid, or manufactured for political gain, influence democratic politics and elections? Are voters inherently risk averse during periods of uncertainty? And how did covid induce a flight to safety among voters?Joining host Professor Jennifer Hudson is Dan Honig, Associate Professor of Public Policy here at the Department of Political Science who has been exploring all of these questions and more.
As you may know, there has been a bit of a shake-up in the world of digital advertising lately! Changes made by Apple via its recent iOS update have had a ripple effect across the digital landscape… and these changes have had an impact on the way that Facebook ads have been able to perform. My good friend Shay Hrobsky is a genius when it comes to paid advertising and social media marketing for small and medium-sized businesses, so she's the perfect person to explain exactly what the heck is going on — and how to shift the way you show up in front of your audience! “It's been a bit of an adjustment... I've also noticed that it's really making you move to get more connected with your clients, with yourself, with who you want to talk to,” Shay says. “Connecting with the client, connecting with the messaging, with the purpose, and really honing in on that.” In this episode of the Right on Time podcast, Shay and I dive DEEP into the practical, actionable tips you need to know in order to rock your advertising game, including how to balance cost-per-lead and earnings-per-leads and what you need to be mindful of when it comes to the digital ad landscape right now and in the near future. We also talk about how to keep yourself grounded and on track while building your business! In my latest podcast episode, you'll discover: How long you should wait to see results before tweaking your Facebook or Google Ads How to expand your business and test out new realms while still leveraging your foundational skills and revenue How brand partnerships and affiliate sales work — and how they can be incorporated into your business Bonus: you'll get the lowdown on The Planathon, if you're not already counting down the days until this year's event! Remember to subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher! Highlights: 00:28 Meet Shay Hrobsky 03:18 What's going on with Facebook ads?? 05:32 Cost-per-lead & patience 08:45 Free opt-in case study 11:40 The Planathon 12:42 The current ad landscape 15:20 Cost-per-lead case study 16:21 Earnings-per-lead 17:59 Shay's latest project 20:58 Reaching out for help 24:29 Affiliate sales & brand partnerships 26:20 Leveraging while expanding 28:36 Daily tracking & prioritization 34:55 We're on a journey together Thank you for listening! Want more information and tips? Bookmark ambermccue.com/blog and follow Amber on Instagram: @AmberMcCue Mentioned in this episode: Shay Hrobsky https://www.soulfueledlife.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayjordan1 https://christmasroad.com Instagram & Twitter: @shayhrobsky http://theplanathon.com https://ambermccue.com/playbook
Since the beginning of the pandemic, many public health officials in Idaho have called on people to put political differences aside to safeguard the community from COVID-19. Despite this, it seems as though political division has grown even more intense.
On this episode of The Dr. Cloud Show: Kate is waking up with panic attacks nearly every night. What can she do to calm her anxiety? Kathleen wants to be supportive of her daughter without meddling. Her daughter's long-term relationship ended abruptly and it's opening old wounds. Emily is good at helping others but feels empty inside. How she find peace and joy with herself? Go to www.boundaries.me for a free 14-day trial. Get daily coaching videos from Dr. Cloud and access to 90+ courses.
With beaches still off limits to surfers, swimmers and boaters, the lack of traffic in the area means fewer dollars for numerous shops like Trip Outdoor. Owner Billy Stade said his business has dropped by some 90%.
Facebook and its group of apps and social media platforms like WhatsApp and Instagram were down most of Monday. The outages come on the eve of another difficult congressional hearing for the social media giant. The cause of the outages still has not been explained. Sheera Frenkel of The New York Times reports on Facebook extensively and joins William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
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On this week's ATTITUDES! Erin talks about Arizona's recently passed law making it harder for rapists to request custody. Bryan weighs in on Dancing with the Stars JoJo Siwa making history dancing with a same sex partner, Switzerland becomes the 30th country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, and a revisiting of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell'. All this plus Popeye, Cybill Shepherd and a LulaRich review!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Military spouse Kristen Christy shares her touching story of losing her first husband to suicide and how that effected her and her family. Kristen's story is filled will darkness, but also and bright and powerful amount of hope for all in the military community. Follow Kristen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kristenchristy?lang=en Get more Waiting Warrior tips and resources at http://thewaitingwarriors.com/
This week, we take a look at Tasia and Camo's past and how this has influenced where they are in their lives now. Tasia and Camo discuss how having a criminal record made it difficult to find a job, but how it eventually led them to social media. On the flip side, they touch on how haters who can't let go of the past don't deserve a spot in their current life. Watch "Unfazed and Unbothered" on YouTube Follow Tasia on TikTok Follow Camo on TikTok Follow Tasia on IG Follow Camo on IG Follow Camo on YouTube Listen to Camo's music on Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices