While it's normal to want to please partners in relationships, overextension of efforts often leads to conflict. In this episode, Rohini and Angus share their take on how to break the pattern of pleasing our partners without honoring our limitations, while valuing the importance of diversity in relationships. They also talk about how to surpass any feelings of resentment that may arise when the receiver misses out on celebrating the giver's generosity.It's important to know our boundaries and articulate our limits to our partners. This is important for “pleasers” in a marriage who have a tendency to put themselves first without listening to what works for them. Often, they resort to overriding their instincts for the sake of a quiet and peaceful coexistence and to avoid emotional pain. And, when the appreciation they receive is not equal to the overextension they're making, it only leads to unhappiness.Assuming that our partner recognizes the efforts we're making disregards the fact that the other person is not psychic, or that they process information differently than we do. Pleasing our partner is healthy, but only if it's within our internal boundaries. If it's just to feel safe from disappointment, then the misplaced motivation only serves as a coping mechanism to protect ourselves.In this episode, Rohini and Angus offer helpful advice on how not to keep giving with our reserve fuel to the point of depletion. Doing so ensures we'll only be running on fumes. It's easier to get angry when holding on to old patterns of people-pleasing behavior.To overcome the conflict that results from a lack of appreciation, it's important to be present and more honest with ourselves. We must be okay with being vulnerable. One important takeaway from Rohini and Angus' discussion is when we speak our truth from a neutral place without fear of being judged, we can show up more authentically in our relationships. This creates a harmonious give-and-take dynamic that allows two people who love each other to enjoy the relationship.Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate private couples' intensive retreat programs that rewild relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 52 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
How has the First World War been represented in Russia? This month Angus, Chris and Jessica are joined by Sofya Anisimova to discuss the film Sniper (1931) and its representation of the Russian Expeditionary Force in France. Along the way, we discuss the significance of sound in film, the importance of re-enactment groups in retaining the memory of the war and the popularity of Richard Aldington and Henri Barbusse in Russian culture, while once again attempting to give Chris nightmares.
MixerBox連結上線了！ 粉絲福利都在這： 加入我們的群組一起聊～ 拿Juicy帽子！ pse.is/3cz8qh 《Juicy Talk》 (00:01:00) Discord感恩活動、姆斯籃球IQ、一舉四得的動作 (00:15:00) 怎樣算是骯髒球員？假硬漢Angus、球隊該感謝誰？ (00:31:00) Andy猜猜我是誰、球員＆球隊遊戲、歡迎孔鏘老師 (00:39:00) 勇士主場開箱、Oracle Arena陰屍路、NBA球場名稱 Music: Extraordinaire by DJ Quads | Roxanne by Arizona Zervas | FML by Arizona Zervas ------------------------------ 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》是一個以「NBA 美國職籃」為主的網路廣播節目（Podcast）。我們是幾個在美國加州柏克萊大學認識，現在在世界各個角落工作，和你們一樣喜歡打籃球、打2K、討論籃球、靠北Fantasy Basketball的臭男生。每集會以過去幾天有趣的NBA頭條為主題，提供我們的看法，也會有認真地辯論/不認真地預測，以及翻譯國外體育新聞或Podcast平台的內容。 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》以Podcast的形式，聊聊台灣電視及網路上較少討論的話題。希望透過我們的分享，帶給你不同的籃球觀點和NBA動態。若想推薦之後的主題或來賓，歡迎私訊或留言告訴我們喔。Peace! - Andy / Angus / Chase
This episode was recorded on September 7, 2021. Angus Fletcher and I discuss creativity, the link between literature and resilience, what makes for compelling narratives, the different kinds of stories, and much more. Angus Fletcher is a Professor of Story Science at Ohio State's Project Narrative, the world's leading academic think-tank for narrative theory. He is also the author of Wonderworks: The 25 Most Important Inventions in the History of Literature. Find more Angus Fletcher on his website: https://AngusFletcher.co [00:00] Intro [01:21] What is Project Narrative? [02:27] "Stories are the most powerful things ever invented. They're the most powerful tool we possess" Angus Fletcher [03:04] "When you realize stories have the power to change how our mind works, to troubleshoot it, to make it more resilient, more creative, more scientific—to do all these things... When you couple the power of stories with the human brain, you throw open the doors to anything" AF [03:53] The problem with literary studies. How stories empower us and improve performance [07:06] Wonderworks and the story of courage in Homer's Iliad [12:40] "Literature and scripture are synonyms. They mean 'that which is written.' So [something] more fundamental than any technology... Is simply that sense of spiritual experience" AF [13:18] The Neuropsychology of Anxiety by J. Grey [14:44] What are the 2 kinds of stories? [19:12] Story thinking [19:22] "Human cognition is largely narrative. We process the world narratively" AF [22:12] "The wonder of being on this earth... is to build stories and [empower people] to tell their own" AF "And to unite us in a collective story so we can work towards the same ends" JP [23:00] Why are certain stories so compelling? [24:48] The zone of proximal development [25:44] "Being enthralled is a manifestation of the instinct that specifies the zone of proximal development" JP [31:24] The ideal spirit transcending the individual; Jung's Pleroma [32:14] "The flip side of anxiety is creativity—they're both about restless energy" AF [33:31] What's the source of dreams? [33:55] "We have this vast knowledge in embodied action." A great storyteller takes "images that reflect a compelling pattern of behavior [and verbalizes them]” JP [34:56] Abstract representation of patterns as a dream-source [38:43] Computational power, stories, and the differences between the abstract and particular [38:48] "Much of what drives the demand for higher computational resources is... producing artificial realities for fantasy simulation" JP [45:51] Christianity and Star Wars [46:35] "Star Wars is Christianity for atheist nerds" JP [46:56] "We are most happy when we don't perceive ourselves as inheriting an archetypal story" AF [48:16] "We see in stories, and this is partly why our eyes are adapted... so that people can see [the white in] our eyes. It's really important because [our eyes point at] what they're interested in. We can see what they value [and] infer their motivation" JP [50:36] Literature and psychedelic experiences [51:27] "In psychotherapy... you're trying to hammer the person's narrative into a single... functional unit" JP [55:31] Trauma, unconscious mapping, and dream analysis [56:56] "Any territory you cannot perceive through the overlaid projection of a narrative map is traumatizing" JP [59:59] Jung, Joseph Campbell, and Erich Neumann [01:02:51] Jung vs Darwin on stories [01:10:18] "Literature can build emotional and intellectual resilience" AF [01:14:55] Being adaptive is “to be emotionally and intellectually resilient" AF [01:15:54] Creative training; measuring creativity #Creativity #Stories #Jung #Literature #Darwin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is an insightful conversation with entrepreneur, coach, and Rewilder Guide Melissa Palazzo Hart about doubting our doubts and ultimately letting go. We also get to hear Melissa's powerful poem which perfectly encapsulates the feeling of finally accepting ourselves as we are in the here and now.Melissa shares her experiences with self-doubt and self-esteem issues, despite all the success and happiness in her life. One milestone and success point after another, she continued to look for the perfect pieces for her life to fall all in line.Melissa's emotions can be felt as she recounts her journey towards acceptance. She is a charismatic speaker able to pull our heartstrings, make us laugh, and help us see the light amid all the darkness and doubt in our minds.Rohini and Melissa dive deep into the importance of acceptance. Melissa shares how accepting ourselves as we are can give us more freedom to truly grow into full potential — to have the courage to explore and experiment. As Rohini pointed out, knowing who we are allows us to come to a place of authentic empowerment. It becomes the foundation from which possibilities arise. By recognizing our insecure thinking and doubting our doubts, we start to hear the voice inside ourselves that says everything is perfect as it is now. When we pay less attention to our negative thoughts and accept that we are good enough, we start to open ourselves up to possibilities in all areas of life.Show NotesTetris - a puzzle game popularized in the 80s where players have to fit tiles together perfectly to advance to the next level“Chasing enoughness”: how Melissa describes living a good life yet still believing that something needs fixing and it isn't enoughebook Marriage by Rohini RossMelissa Palazzo-Hart is a mom, leader, and coach, who is part of the 1% of women that have ever managed to smash through the C-Suite glass ceiling of corporate America. As a pioneer of women in the boardroom, she's taken the arrows so that her peers – and the next generation – will have more success and less stress. She has over 20 years of experience building powerful brands, scaling businesses, and increasing revenue. Melissa's passion is to unleash the infinite potential within all people: helping individuals and teams see and live beyond perceived limits. She regularly speaks about State of Mind and its impact on performance in businesses worldwide. Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 51 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
This episode contains discussions about mental illness and suicide. Please listen with care, and if you're struggling call Lifeline on 13 11 14. Despite her bubbly personality, Tayla Clement can't smile. She was born with an incredibly rare condition called Moebius syndrome, that gave her facial paralysis and club feet. Tayla has overcome severe bullying and depression to achieve amazing things, including becoming world number 1 in her classification for shot-put. She tells Dylan and Angus why she describes her disability as ‘free botox', why she decided to walk away from sport, and how she developed the confidence to show off her version of a smile every day on her popular Instagram account. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of The Grazing Grass Podcast, Cal talks with James Coffelt of Ohio Land and Cattle! We discuss low input management of the ranch's Angus cows, as well as, paddlefish and hunting. Show notes available at https://grazinggrass.com/episodes/40
The soundtrack to the 1995 movie Angus is chock full of great bands like Weezer, Green Day, The Goo Goo Dolls and more. But if I was going to revisit this 90's soundtrack, I may as well sit down with Angus himself... actor Charlie Talbert! Charlie and I met almost a decade ago doing stand-up in L.A. and we've kept in touch over the years so I invited him on Waterproof Records!
Welcome back listeners to another episode of World Forge! This week we're taking on TWO topics for the price of one! First we spend some time talking about our experience creating episodic adventures and finding ways to accommodate players with inconsistent availability. We also take on a listener topic from our dear friend Angus who asks us to explore the idea of civilizations that predate known history! We had a lot of fun with these ones and we hope you will as well! We also recommend you go and check out Arcane on Netflix it's... just so good. As always, if you enjoyed this episode or want to share any feedback please consider reaching to us on on social media! How are your games going, and do you have any ideas about how to improve or expand upon our creations? If so we can be found on twitter @worldforgepod and via email at email@example.com! We're always excited to hear from our listeners, and if you send us something really interesting we may just share it on air! If you're feeling particularly generous, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, or your podcasting app of choice! Leaving us a review or sharing our show with a friend are the best ways to support this podcast completely for FREE, and really helps to get our show in front of new listeners! We of course want to thank you all for tuning in, and we also want to thank James Duke for our amazing theme music, he can be found at jamesduke.info! Talk to you again next week listeners!
This week's DTD tune is from Jen's son Angus and we hear thoughts from Rob, Jan, Katherine, Witherspoon, Bill, Kate, Sarah, Clare from Clapham, Bernadette, Charles & Barbara. Plus a Dumteebookdum item from Melanie Golding. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MixerBox連結上線了！粉絲福利都在這： 加入我們的群組一起聊～拿Juicy帽子！ pse.is/3cz8qh 《Juicy Talk》 (00:01:00) 迎接Angus元年、小手套＆禿曼巴、啦啦隊過譽？ (00:14:00) 東區必上列車、錄到失火？台灣最強射手、大谷笑死 (00:32:00) Curry vs. KD、巫師/太陽真龍頭？Point God復活 (00:47:00) 關鍵先生、PG13＝皮朋 2.0？21世紀小前鋒、西門續集 Music: Extraordinaire by DJ Quads | Roxanne by Arizona Zervas | FML by Arizona Zervas ------------------------------ 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》是一個以「NBA 美國職籃」為主的網路廣播節目（Podcast）。我們是幾個在美國加州柏克萊大學認識，現在在世界各個角落工作，和你們一樣喜歡打籃球、打2K、討論籃球、靠北Fantasy Basketball的臭男生。每集會以過去幾天有趣的NBA頭條為主題，提供我們的看法，也會有認真地辯論/不認真地預測，以及翻譯國外體育新聞或Podcast平台的內容。 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》以Podcast的形式，聊聊台灣電視及網路上較少討論的話題。希望透過我們的分享，帶給你不同的籃球觀點和NBA動態。若想推薦之後的主題或來賓，歡迎私訊或留言告訴我們喔。Peace! - Andy / Angus / Chase
Canadian rock band The Trews sit down for an exclusive interview and performance in celebration of their latest record "The Wanderer." You will hear how the album was constructed through a global pandemic, and how interestingly it came together. Colin and John-Angus, talk about the bands move from Nova Scotia to Ontario and what is yet to come for the band. www.thetrewsmusic.com Great conversations...over coffee! Subscribe to the podcast here. www.meetmeforcoffee.co
Every relationship includes two people often with different neurological orientations living in their separate realities. In this episode, Rohini and Angus share how they navigate neurodiversity in their relationship. Their brains work very differently, and they have different strengths and weaknesses. You will get to hear some of their hilarious escapades.Here are some teasers, Rohini lacks coordination when it comes to physical activities, while Angus is a gifted athlete and loves sports. Rohini loves to talk, while Angus needs time to organize his thoughts and says much less. During their conversations, Angus sometimes has to connect the dots due to Rohini leaving out crucial details because she's already hit the ground running, and Angus can't always read her mind.Their neurodiversity is even apparent in how they start their days. Rohini usually wakes up first and is running on all cylinders. Angus needs time to warm up and ease into the day. When it comes to finances and business development, Rohini is the visionary, and Angus excels in creativity and artistic talents. They are both, however, very intuitive, and empathic. There they share common ground.The key for relationships is to understand and respect the separate realities and neurodiversity of our partners. Relationships are not about fixing your partner or changing them. They are for opening our hearts and celebrating differences and diversity. We, humans, are always looking to experience greater balance and harmony. With an open heart and open mind, love and understanding are natural by-products that support couples in finding common ground and experiencing more balance and harmony in their relationships.Neurodiversity does not have to be a challenge for couples when it is understood. Embracing neurodiversity allows couples to see how to complement each other and it brings newness and fresh perspectives to relationships.One thing Rohini and Angus can wholeheartedly say is because of their differences, they are never bored in their relationship.This episode explores:Navigating neurodiversity in relationships Understanding and finding humor in each other's strengths and weaknessesFinding balance and harmony for a happier and healthier relationshipAngus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 50 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
This is a beautiful conversation with recording artist and Rewilding Guide, Alvin Dawkins, about the unshakable truth of who we are at our core despite our circumstances. We also get a special sneak preview reading from Alvin's forthcoming memoir, From Prison to Purpose, which chronicles Alvin's birth in prison to his being adopted and growing up in Alabama during the harrowing Jim Crow era, to his discovery of music and his true spiritual essence. Alvin reminds us that no matter what we've been through, the wisdom behind life -- this creative energy force that infuses us all, remains intact no matter what. Not only is it intact, but it is guiding us, and we get to be part of it. He likens this truth to learning the mechanics of music, or an instrument so that we can play it -- but we then do better when we release the mechanical knowledge and become the instrument. That's when the music plays through us. The same can be said of the spiritual energy we are all a part of. For Alvin, music was the most powerful gateway that led him to embody his truth. For many years Alvin battled with depression and distorted self-limiting beliefs. Through his journey of finding freedom from depression and his many "internal prisons," he realized so many people are still trapped living in their own prisons, not living from their authentic selves, and he wrote his upcoming memoir to show others that it's possible to break free and to point readers to the truth of they are. As Angus points out, one of the best ways we can point people toward their true nature is by telling our own stories, recounting our own insights, so that people might start to see the truth and possibility in finding the same freedom. This episode explores:the metaphorical meaning of rewilding"God's love never abandons us" - Alvin Dawkinsthe arts as a gateway to our soulthe nature of life is ever-expandingtelling our story helps us point to the formlessShow Notes"psyche": Greek for breath, life, soul. Psychology is ultimately the study of the soul."higgledy-piggledy": in confusion or disorder / another Angus-ismAlvin Dawkins is a Rewilder Guide. He's also a jazz bassist, composer, songwriter, and recording artist. He's author of the forthcoming book From Prison to Purpose, which is a memoir that chronicles his birth in prison, and being adopted and growing up in Alabama during the ugliness of Jim Crow segregation, during the heart of the civil rights movement, to freeing himself from depression and finding his calling.Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 49 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
This week's DTD tune is from Jen's son Angus and we hear thoughts from Matthew, Becky, Glyn, Jen, Emily, Formerly Cycling Christine, God Squad Mia, Brian, Chris & Kate. Plus a special bookish item with Rachel Joyce. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Imagine living with a disability so rare no one has heard of it. Anja Christoffersen was born with VACTERL Association, an acronym that stands for vertebral, anal, cardiac, tracheal, oesophageal, renal and limb. It's a collection of birth defects that have caused Anja to have over 35 surgeries and 150 hospital admissions in her life, including emergency surgery on her food and air pipes, bowel and bladder when she was only an infant. In this eye opening chat Anja explains what it's like being a young woman with bowel incontinence, why she was determined to break into the exclusive world of modelling, plus she gives Angus an important lesson on the female anatomy, much to Dylan's amusement. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"I always kinda, I guess I grew up with a mindset of scarcity and lack and I think maybe I didn't get the right attention or I just, I didn't receive the proper things that a child should receive. And so that ended up manifesting in the way that I thought about myself and doing that for awhile." In this podcast, Angus Mitchell tells his own experience with depression and how he found a way to love himself through spirituality. It was not easy for him to be able to get rid of the negativity in his life, but through spiritual growth he learned that there is more than just one side to life. He learned that it is okay not to be okay sometimes and that we should focus on loving ourselves. He also talks about the toxic positivity movement which is a trend in our society today. Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode: Spirituality Struggles with anxiety & Depression Being an artist/musician Hammer gang (lifestyle Brand) Toxic positivity Loving yourself Crytocurrency If you would like to follow Angus Mitchell and his journey you can head over to Instagram and TikTok @angustheguru, you can find many great posts about what he is going through and some great uplifting posts to bring some positivity into your day! If you would like to support the show please leave a 5 star review over on Apple Podcasts or leave a voice message on Anchor FM. You can also follow the show and my journey on IG @depthsofdarkside! Thanks for listening and have a great day! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lightofsuccess/message
Angus Nelson is a speaker, coach, and facilitator. He's spoken at corporate headquarters for Walmart, Whole Foods, Coke, and BMW. He also hosts the podcast “Up In Your Business.” Angus is a High Performance Coach For Men. Helping men reclaim their personal power & design their fastest road to new success. Connect w/ Angus Nelson: LI: linkedin.com/in/angusnelson Web: angusnelson.com (Personal Website) FB: facebook.com/angusnelson (Facebook) TW: @angusnelson Connect w/ Jovica: LI: linkedin.com/jdjurdjevic IG: @asap_jovi Music Credit: Title: Clean Break Artist: Density & Time
A Brother Reflections reunion. Check out BROTHER here: https://brothermusic.com/ Chances are you've seen BROTHER on NBC's ‘ER', maybe heard their music on the classic ‘Baraka' soundtrack or UPN's ‘ Twilight Zone.' The band has shared stages with Joe Walsh, John Entwhistle, Linkin Park, and Alicia Keys and are the only independent band to have played the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Fusing signature vocals and guitar with the deep pulse of the didgeridoo, the soaring highs of the bagpipes, and tribal percussion, BROTHER is wholly original. The band's powerhouse live performances are an energetic celebration, captivating and engaging the audience from the first song to the last. Angus, founding member of BROTHER, arrived in Los Angeles from Australia with his brothers a decade ago as little more than fresh-faced farm boys. In LA, they found themselves busking at Venice Beach, the Hollywood Bowl and Universal Studios to survive. Since those days, BROTHER evolved its trademark sound while touring extensively in the United States and in Canada, Japan, France, Egypt and Australia. They did it all free from standard industry trends and pigeon-holes. BROTHER has self-released 12 albums, sold more CDs in the USA than any other independent Australian act and has regularly been cited as a role model within the independent scene.
Inspired by remarks Tanner Zagarino made in our previous episode, we wanted to explore the themes of personal responsibility and free will.When talking about how we generate our experience of life from the inside out, this may sound like we are saying that we have control over what we experience, since it's dependent on our internal perceptions. But while it is true that our experience is created from the thinking we identify with in the moment, it's not true that we are in control of what we experience, any more than we're in control of what thoughts will pop into our mind. Rohini had a massive insight about free will years ago at a training. She sees that all we can do is our best with the understanding that we have and since we don't have control over our understanding there is no free will. This took a huge amount of pressure off of her and gave her a deeper experience of inner freedom that brings out the best in her. While Angus, following an Anglican upbringing, had a hard time reckoning with the idea of no free will. He was brought up to believe he needed to use his free will for good and to get into heaven. This was indoctrinated into his psyche growing up. His fear was that if people have no free will, they'll just live by their worst instincts and present their worst version of themselves. Rohini counters this with her personal experience of being more gentle on herself, and therefore in her relationships too. When she doesn't think she needs to improve herself or be better, she is naturally kinder and more compassionate. Angus sees how the impersonal does not contain free will, that free will is a construct and therefore just part of our conditioned thinking. He feels he still has more consciousness rungs to climb in this arena. As we all do with an infinite understanding.This episode explores:The idea of free will and how it is a conceptHow much personal responsibility do we have over our experience and how we feelOur experience of life is created from the inside 100% of the timeThe implications of the aboveAngus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 48 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
MixerBox連結上線了！粉絲福利都在這： 加入我們的群組一起聊～拿Juicy帽子！ https://pse.is/3cz8qh 《Juicy Talk》 (00:01:00) 忍者龜喝到斷片、Andy vs. 25年灰狼迷、目前最恐怖球員 (00:13:00) 最恐怖球員：賽爾提克誰在氣氛？胖虎爆肥、痛痛玻璃God (00:30:00) 最恐怖事件：熱火總冠軍？勇士防守第一、哈登沒飯吃 (00:44:00) 登迷 vs. 燈謎、最強小三元球員、最可怕新球衣設計 Music: Extraordinaire by DJ Quads | Roxanne by Arizona Zervas | FML by Arizona Zervas ------------------------------ 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》是一個以「NBA 美國職籃」為主的網路廣播節目（Podcast）。我們是幾個在美國加州柏克萊大學認識，現在在世界各個角落工作，和你們一樣喜歡打籃球、打2K、討論籃球、靠北Fantasy Basketball的臭男生。每集會以過去幾天有趣的NBA頭條為主題，提供我們的看法，也會有認真地辯論/不認真地預測，以及翻譯國外體育新聞或Podcast平台的內容。 《Juicy Baskets 就是籃球》以Podcast的形式，聊聊台灣電視及網路上較少討論的話題。希望透過我們的分享，帶給你不同的籃球觀點和NBA動態。若想推薦之後的主題或來賓，歡迎私訊或留言告訴我們喔。Peace! - Andy / Angus / Chase
The Government says it wants to require companies producing animal feed to only use soya which doesn't destroy forests. We hear whether the supply chain can ensure eco-friendly soya. As world leaders meet at the international climate conference in Glasgow this week, we're looking at net zero and the measures farmers are taking to help them meet government targets. Precision techniques in agriculture have allowed farmers to reduce carbon emissions by working differently on the land. We hear from a team in Angus using techniques to target individual plants with spray. Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
Last episode, I interviewed Del Ficke and Ken Stewart about the Graze Master Group and their upcoming Saturday, Nov. 13 Inaugural Graze Master Cattle Sale and Educational event. Josh Freiberger of Hague Angus Ranch is excited to also be featuring some cattle at the event on Nov. 13. Listen to Josh talk about life on the ranch near Alliance, Neb. and more on episode two of the Underdog Ag podcast: “Much of where breeding philosophies have gone wrong is with all this technology. The cow/calf guys and status quo seedstock producer are relying more on modern conveniences instead of the instincts God gave them to raise an animal to function in a real-world environment,” Freiberger says. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe.HOST: Kerry HoffschneiderGUEST: Josh Freiberger - firstname.lastname@example.orgHague Angus Ranch - www.hagueangusranch.com FOLLOW: facebook.com/underdogagthepodcast --CREDITS:Mitchell Roush, ProducerBibi Luevano, Cover ArtPurple Planet Music, Theme
Keep the spooky times rolling as we visit the life and works of Gothic horror writer Shirley Jackson. [And if you’ve never read “The Lottery,” well, some spoilers ahead.] Later, take a quiz called “Surely You Can’t Be Serious”! . . . [Music: 1) Angus & Julia Stone, “Big Jet Plane,” 2010; 2) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]
11-1-21 AJ Daily Xtend Your Reality at Angus Convention with the Angus Media Virtual Scavenger HuntMore information on Angus Convention is available hereAdapted from a release by Julie Mais, Angus Journal. Hear from Board Candidate Mike WendelListen to all candidate interviews hereAdapted from a release by Miranda Reiman, senior associate editor The Value of AccuracyAdapted from an article by Kasey Brown, Angus Beef BulletinTariff Agreement with EU Reopens Doors for U.S. Agriculture Exports Adapted from a release by the American Farm Bureau Federation USDA Announces Early Release of Select Commodity Tables for Agricultural Projections to 2031 Adapted from a release by the USDA Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
We had a great time speaking with one of Angus's long-term clients, and actor, Tanner Zagarino about the impact this understanding has had on his career, relationships, and wellbeing.In his early days working with Angus, Tanner experienced a significant shift in understanding after Angus helped him to see that the flow state emerges naturally from being present. In that moment Tanner reflected on how all the times he feels most at ease, and happiest is when he is fully present with not much on his mind. Seeing the common denominator in this allowed him to leverage this understanding to help him with his acting craft and in his relationships. Tanner's excitement about this understanding is palpable. We both enjoyed sharing in his joy for the life-changing spiritual truths we discuss on this show. He speaks beautifully and profoundly about how we can experience flow states like driving by trees. We can let our thoughts pass without having to get caught up in the details. Tanner also speaks to how once we start experiencing more flow states in our life, it can be easy to get down on ourselves when we lose them. It is important not to use this understanding against ourselves and recognize we are all on the learning curve of waking up and being present. This learning is infinite so we can relax and be grateful for what we see knowing more will always be revealed. Show NotesRADA: The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art is a drama school in London, England, that provides vocational conservatoire training for theatre, television, film, and radio. Angus booked a most-coveted audition but showed up a little too under the influence to get a callbackClaritin: Tanner likens talking with Angus and Rohini to taking Claritin for allergies - the conversations clear him right up.Tanner Zagarino is a former division one athlete and is now an actor and writer, known for Vinny Mancuso's Rules for Good Business (2020), The Price We Pay (2022), and 9-1-1: Lone Star (2020).Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 47 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
Another month is in the rear view mirror so it's time for the regular format monthly news round-up from Kneel Before Pod. The discussion covers DC FanDome, nostalgia and asks the question "How much Batman is too much Batman?" Craig can be found on this very site and over on Rarely Going on the We Made This podcast network. Angus can be found on this very site and over on SoundCloud. Kat can be found on Twitter and elsewhere under here. Chris can also be found on a Sunday between 12 and 2pm GMT live on Black Diamond FM as well as on many of the previous podcasts. Show Notes Reviews Craig's reviews of DC's Legends of Tomorrow season 7 Craig's reviews of Superman & Lois Craig's reviews of Supergirl season 6 Craig's review of No Time To Die Craig's review of The Suicide Squad Craig's review of Solo: A Star Wars Story Craig's reviews of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Craig's reviews of WandaVision Craig's review of Halloween (2018) Craig's review of Halloween Kills Craig's review of Ron's Gone Wrong Craig's review of Venom: Let There Be Carnage Craig's review of Injustice Craig's review of Dune Craig's review of Cruella Craig's review of The Lobster Craig's review of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Craig's review of Aquaman Craig's review of Shazam! Craig's review of Zack Snyder's Justice League Craig's review of Bumblebee Craig's review of Fast & Furious 9 Craig's review of Dawn of The Planet of the Apes Craig's review of War for The Planet of the Apes Craig's review of Tenet Craig's review of Blade Runner 2049 Andrew's reviews of The Expanse Graeme's review of Ghostbusters (2016) Podcasts Superman & Lois season 1 The Suicide Squad Solo: A Star Wars Story The Kevin Smith round table Star Trek: Discovery season 3 “Crisis on Infinite Earths” – first podcast and second podcast The Expanse season 3 The Expanse season 5 Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice The Snyder Cut Bumblebee WandaVision Trailers The Expanse season 6 House of the Dragon Ghostbusters: Afterlife Home Sweet Home Alone Scream Tick, Tick...BOOM! Encanto The 355 Cowboy Bebop Wolf Uncharted Red Notice Ambulance Clerk Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City better trailer? Star Trek Discovery Season 4 DC Fandome The Flash gets boots for the TV series Farewell Supergirl Smallville at 20 Superman & Lois behind the scenes Black Adam Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom The Aquaman animated series Peacemaker The Flash Catwoman: Hunted Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (Last year's trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League) Gotham Knights (Last year's trailer for Gotham Knights) Batgirl (Brendan Fraser cast as the villain) Naomi Batman: The Caped Crusader Shazam: Fury of the Gods The Batman News Will Poulter cast as Adam Warlock in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Agatha Harkness TV series in the works Hawkeye spinoff Echo to bring back Daredevil cast World War Hulk in development Dune sequel officially greenlit Hayden Christensen returning to Star Wars for Ahsoka The Munsters first look Merlin gets a director David Gordon Green to direct film about Disneyland's creation Prophet movie in the works Hellraiser reboot announces cast First look at Timothée Chalamet in Wonka Cillian Murphy starring in Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer Mel Gibson to star in John Wick spinoff The Continental Crimes of the Future Ryan Gosling cast as Ken in Barbie movie Transformers: Rise of the Beasts first look at vehicles Misc Podcast 616 The Eddie Burback video about Jeff Bezos Craig's Power Rangers reboot pitch Music Niall Stenson's cover of the “Marvel Fanfare“, his cover of the “Batman themes” and his YouTube channel If you enjoyed what you heard here then please do subscribe to Kneel Before Pod on iTunes, Spotify or any major podcasting app you can think of. If you have any feedback then we'd love to hear it. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter or just make yourself known in the comments section below.
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In this episode we have not one, but TWO amazing guests with Down syndrome. First up is Nathan Basha whose parents were given three choices when he was born - they could ‘institutionalise' him, adopt him out or take him home. Thankfully they chose to take him home, and Nathan has flourished into an articulate young man passionate about teaching others how great living with Down syndrome can be. Next up is Matt O'Neil, who chats to Dylan and Angus about his love of hip hop dancing and working out at the gym, what his ideal first date looks like, and why it's important to give people with Down syndrome employment opportunities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
10-29-21 AJ DailyBeef-Cow Culling ContinuesAdapted from a release by Paul Dykstra, Certified Angus Beef Board Elections: Hear From Candidate Dru Uden Listen to all Board candidate interviews hereAdapted from a release by Miranda Reiman, senior associate editorMissouri Biodiversity Pilot Project Provides Opportunities to Increase Conservation HabitatAdapted from a release by the Ecosystem Services Market Consortium New Ag Literacy Resource – Sharing the Story of Agriculture with Food and Farm FactsAdapted from a release by the American Farm Bureau Federation Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
Angus cattle and merino sheep share the rolling hills on a scenic farm near Culverden. Third generation farmer Jono Reed was only 14 when he started breeding cattle at the property. His wife, Sarah, uses the fleece from their hoggets to produce blankets and knitting yarn for her Grumpy Merino brand.
This episode features Mark Mclemore, cattle manager for Ragged Edge Angus Ranch, as he talks about the ranch history and this year's sale offering coming up November 6th, 2021 held at the ranch sale facility located just outside of Kingston, Oklahoma.
10-28-21 AJ DailyLegendary Giveaways at the 2021 National Angus Convention & Trade ShowAdapted from a release by Briley Richard, Angus Communications Henry “Bryan” Smith Runs for Angus Board Listen to all candidate interviews hereAdapted from a release by Miranda Reiman, senior associate editor CAB Insider: the Upside of Heavy Carcasses Adapted from a release by Paul Dykstra, Certified Angus Beef USDA Opens Registration for the 2022 Agricultural Outlook Forum Adapted from a release by the USDA Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
Candice Carty-Williams, bestselling author of Queenie, talks to our new host Zawe Ashton about how groundbreaking fiction can help decolonize British literature. Candice and her debut novel Queenie made history smashing every glass ceiling going when it was published back in 2019. The novel was conceived when Candice was just twenty-six. It went on to win Blackwell's Debut Book of the Year 2019, was shortlisted for Book of the Year by Waterstones, Foyles and Goodreads - and longlisted for the Women's Prize. It also won Book of the Year at the British Book Awards in 2020, making Candice the first black British woman to win the prize in its history. Candice's latest novel Empress and Aniya is out now and can be purchased here. Candice's book choices are: ** Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison** Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman** Character Breakdown by Zawe Ashton ** Citizen by Claudia Rankine** Keisha the Sket by Jade LB Zawe Ashton, acclaimed actress, director, playwright and author, will host the new season of the chart-topping Women's Prize for Fiction Podcast, launching with a double episode release: a conversation with Emmy award-winning actress Claire Danes, and a conversation with bestselling novelist Candice Carty-Williams. The new Women's Prize podcast season continues to celebrate the best books written by women, by interviewing inspirational women about the books that have most influenced their life and career. Make sure you listen and subscribe now, you definitely don't want to miss the rest of Season Four. This podcast is sponsored by Baileys and produced by Bird Lime Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10-27-21 AJ DailyAssociation Perspective: Preparation and RewardsAdapted from an article by Casey Jentz, American Angus Association Hear From Board Candidate Greg McCurry Listen to all candidate interviews hereAdapted from a release by Miranda Reiman, senior associate editor New Proposals Threaten to Roll Back Environmental Progress Adapted from a release by American Farm Bureau Federation COVID-19, Climate Change Creating New Challenges in Global Fight Against Malnutrition Adapted from a release by Farm Journal Foundation Per Capita Meat Consumption Outlook Adapted from a report by Len Steiner, Steiner Consulting Group Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
How do you harness and enhance human potential? Dr. Cory Shaffer explores this topic with Dr. Angus Mugford, VP for High Performance for the Toronto Blue Jays. They discuss Dr. Mugford's vision in developing a strong culture at an MLB organization, his philosophy behind building a high-performance team, and positioning the Blue Jays for success in a highly competitive league.
My next guest grew up in a wee village in Angus, travelled around New Zealand, worked on a farm in Georgia and earned a little over £800 working full-time in a call centre. And that's just a snippet of some of the stories you're about to hear on Episode 22 of These Are The Days... Give us a follow on social media, we're @thedayspodcast and check the website at thedayspodcast.com Ally's Info ⬇️⬇️⬇️ twitter.com/Historic_Ally www.facebook.com/AlistairHeatherWriter/
10-26-21 AJ DailyFeeding Outside the BoxAdapted from an article by Heather Smith Thomas, Angus Beef Bulletin John Dickinson Runs for Angus BoardAll candidate interviews are available here. Adapted from a release by Miranda Reiman, senior associate editorMaine Legislators are Leading the Charge on the Right to Food Adapted from a release by Protect the Harvest NCBA's National Anthem Contest Draws Singers of All Ages Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Top 10 Reasons to Attend American Farm Bureau Convention Adapted from a release by American Farm Bureau Federation Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
Angus Liew is the General Director of Gamuda Land, which is the property development arm of Gamuda Berhad - one of the leading infrastructure groups in Malaysia. With over 20 years of experience in construction, infrastructure development and real estate, he has a wealth of knowledge about construction management, business development, and housing demand of customers. His vision and talented leadership skills have helped Gamuda Land Vietnam affirm its position in the Vietnam market with many prestigious awards, including the best Real Estate Developer of the year at Dot Property Vietnam Awards 2020.Stay tuned for this VNI podcast episode to explore more about the potential of the real estate sector from the perspective of Angus Liew and the plan to construct a city with Township space - how integrated utilities will be deployed in Vietnam in the future.Thank you sponsor Office Haus for supporting Vietcetera in this podcast episode.
Making room for our partner's humanness is important for the health of relationships. It is helpful to understand the inner workings of the nervous system that are at play when we and our partners are caught up so we can see their psychological innocence. Realizing that our fight, flight, or freeze responses are involuntary can help us take our partner's behavior (or lack thereof) less personally. Ultimately the fight, flight, and freeze responses are meant to keep us safe. Our nervous system is triggered inside of us when we perceive we are in danger -- we have no control over this natural response. But what we can do is practice self-care and support our nervous system. Taking care of ourselves helps us to maintain perspective, and this helps us to have greater clarity to see what is a threat and what isn't. Respecting a settled and relaxed state of mind is important too. The more time we spend in a settled state, the less often our nervous system is involuntarily triggered. But perhaps most important, is to understand that we're all on a learning curve with this, and our partner is acting the best way they know how for protecting themselves, even if the threat is just perceived. So if we can see the psychological innocence of our partner, and afford them that grace as their nervous system activates, we can wait for a better time to address issues and lessen the amount of escalation in the relationship. The more we see our own psychological innocence, the better we'll get at this. This episode explores:the nervous system is involuntary and protectiveif we're suffering it's because we're identifying with our painful thinkingour partners are human and have their own responses to perceived threatsthe less time we spent caught up, the more our nervous system settles Show NotesSpit out the dummy: To have a childish overreaction or angry outburst to a negative situation or outcomePear-shaped: A British idiom that means something went wrong or "went south" as Angus would also say. Fight, fight, or freeze: Angus's version of the nervous system fear responsesAngus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 46 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
Men need each other. And it's perhaps more important now than ever before. Today we have the tools and resources to feel and understand deeper. Tools that our forefathers did not have that have caused trauma and pain to be passed down. Angus joins us in this episode, as we seek purpose in incredible pain and changing for the better. Angus has gone through it all. An unfulfilling career, a nasty divorce, and every hero complex imaginable to men. We are more than familiar with impulses that cause deep self-harm and for the longest time men didn't know the reason behind them. Because of this, the life journey we take is filled with pain and anguish as a result of mistakes. And we did not know how to make sense of this, it never gets addressed, and the pain eventually manifests again. We repeat a cycle of failures simply because we did not know to address the root of it all: Who you really are. For centuries, men were told to put their heads down, don't feel, and just hustle. While this has helped build society, it has also caused generations of mentally and emotionally damaged men. We have an opportunity to ‘right' this today. Never in our history did we ever get the chance to stop and look into managing our emotions. The expectations of hustle culture in men have caused these traumas to be passed down because we never got to address them, until today. Angus offers a deeply personal journey that affirms a message that we all needed to hear a long time ago: It should all begin and start with Self-love. In this episode, you will learn about 09:14 - Men need each other 12:28 - Men get messed up in divorce 18:35 - Getting married for the wrong reasons 20:35 - My identity was my performance 23:46 - Resetting identity, trauma, and your authentic self 30:00 - Giving ourselves permission to recognize our own greatness 32:34 - New truths about myself 36:59 - Cheating is a result of something not being present 46:05 - The suicide thought process and resetting life 50:56 - The damages of Hustle Culture 1:01:12 - Self-love Action Steps! 1:05:38 - Morning Manifest, Affirmations and Principals Connect with Angus Nelson on: Website: https://angusnelson.com/ Email: email@example.com Instagram: @angusnelson Connect with Ian Lobas & the Men on Purpose podcast: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://ianlobas.com/podcast/ Join the Men on Purpose Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/themenonpurposecommunity Connect with us on social media: https://www.instagram.com/menonpurposepodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/MenOnPurposePodcast/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianrlobas/ Want to watch this and other awesome interviews? Check out our YouTube channel! #identity #selflove #change
How are Sean and Brett organizing their GM stuff? campaigns, sessions, etc. Anything not working? How much is a matter of having to use the tools and use the tools (practice)? Thanks to patron Jim I. for the inspiration! Announcements IntroSignUp – Thank you Angus, check out Kirby's Kids Podcast: https://bit.ly/3Gjv6My Project BS: Delta Green... The post How Do We Organize as GM's appeared first on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast.
After kicking off the grand opening of the Brand Champion Marketing Network with Episode 1, Riley Bradshaw of the Bradshaw Ranch is back to discuss this year's SC Online sale offering of elite Hereford, Angus and Simmental show heifers on October 26th, 2021.
Angus Nelson is a man on a mission: to help ambitious men find a life of meaning and purpose, free from the constraints of limitations imposed by others or self. He helps men create lives they've always wanted. As an entrepreneur, Angus endured the pain of burnout, addiction, and divorce as the gut-wrenching consequences of neglect in his own mental health, self-awareness, and humility. Angus is the Founder of Evolve Men Coaching and is one of America's top men's performance strategists. He's spent the last decade working with high-achieving leaders using his signature alignment tool, The Manhood Matrix™, to discover what ignites men at their core. He's spoken for global brands like Walmart, Coca-Cola, BMW, and Disney and will host the upcoming Evolve Men Podcast. He is ecstatically married with three children living in Nashville, Tennessee. He loves all things human behavior, Green Bay Packers, and BBQ nachos. = = = = = The Team here at PYP has put together another uplifting, insightful, and inspiring show for you today. Our goal is to bring you timely, relevant, and useful conversations so that you can experience more success, energy, and LIFE as the leader of your business, career, side hustle, or passion. We always appreciate your 5-star rating and review of the show. Thank you for helping us get the word out about PYP! Here are a few ways I can help you: Share this episode with one person who could use a boost of inspiration and positivity today. Grab your copy of my leadership playbook that teaches you the 11 skills you can quickly master to become an exceptional leader. Buy one of my books on Amazon and leave me a 5-star review. How's your writing these days? Is what you write and say more "ho-hum" than "oh ya!" Let's work on making your writing work better for you. Book a free call with me today!
We talk with Dawn Wesolek, Business and Career Coach, Rewilding Guide, and student of the Three Principles, about how her relationship to problems in her life has completely transformed. Dawn now sees how when she doesn't get caught up in her analytical machinery she is much better able to navigate life's challenges. She sees challenges as opportunities for learning and growth rather than as problems.Since seeing her relationship with her own wisdom as her primary relationship, all the other important relationships in her life have improved. For example, she used to think her child needed to be different, or she needed to find her a Dad. But since letting her mind quiet, and deepening her understanding of where her experience comes from, she realized her daughter simply wanted her to be present with her and listen to her. This alone has transformed their relationship.Dawn also presents a beautiful example of being guided by wisdom to leave a relationship. She saw how by living in her true nature, the decision of whether to stay or go was made for her, through her, and it couldn't have been clearer.This episode explores:Relating to our problems differentlySeeing the opportunity in hardshipUnderstanding deeply that we are enoughPresence is the greatest gift we can give Show NotesThe Joys of Spring: how Angus experiences DawnThe Principles Don't Solve Problems: They Make Them Disappear: Rohini's controversial blog post from 2019Soufflé of life: Dawn's metaphor about how respecting divine timing can eliminate the illusion of a problemDawn Wesolek is a Business and Career Coach, Rewilding Guide and student of the three Principles. She practices worldwide focusing on helping individuals find inner resilience and renewed purpose in their careers and businesses. She has worked as a career coach with graduates, corporations, small businesses, and individuals since 2015. After a history of burnout in high-profile corporate jobs, she is now living a life transformed by the principles behind all human experience. Her practice is nestled between the sea, forest and, moors of Devon, in the UK where she offers her clients space for peace and reflection to find their inner creative guide and rewild their relationship to work. Dawn can be reached at: email@example.com.Angus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 45 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.
Do you understand concepts like code-switching and why the BIPOC community sees the need to do so? While we're beginning to understand that the overall needs of the BIPOC community are different from the needs of the white community, that doesn't mean it's being applied everywhere — like in the workplace. Join us as today's guests, the founders of the mental health app Shine, explain their personal journeys as BIPOC women in corporate America and how they came together to offer a unique mental health space to their communities. To read the transcript -- or learn more -- visit the official episode page here. Guest BioMarah Lidey is the co-founder and co-CEO of Shine. She earned a spot in Forbes' 30 Under 30 in 2018 for Consumer Technology, and she was featured in Vanity Fair as one of the 26 Black female entrepreneurs who have raised more than $1 million in venture capital. She previously built her career in product and content at companies like American Express, Viacom, and Autotrader.com. Marah lives in Atlanta with her partner, daughter, and two cats, and in her free time enjoys cooking, binge-watching new Netflix series, and listening to podcasts. Naomi Hirabayashi is the co-founder and co-CEO of Shine. Naomi was named one of the "40 under 40 Marketers'' by DMN and the “Top 35 People to Watch in NYC Tech." Prior to co-founding Shine, Naomi built her career in digital marketing for mission-based companies, as one of the first employees at Attention, the first boutique social media marketing agency. Naomi lives in DC with her husband, daughter, and cat Angus. Inside Mental Health Podcast HostGabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com.
This episode features Clint Hunter, an extremely successful multifaceted auctioneer, active in both the livestock and car auction business. You may have seen him on the NBC Sports channel with the Mecum Auction tv show that he has been actively involved with for a number of years, or at the helm of an Angus cattle auction near you. A very fun and interesting look inside the world of auctioneering.
Angus and Rohini talk about the healing power of embodying the full human experience, or put another way, the full breadth of human emotions. They each reflect on how they used to turn to coping mechanisms to avoid their more painful emotions, but these strategies just made the experience more difficult and had a negative impact on their relationship. Their coping mechanisms tended to push the other away. It's in resisting our emotional experience that we suffer. As Sydney Banks, the man whose teachings inspired ours, said: "if the only thing people learned was not to be afraid of their experience, that alone would change the world." The fear-based thoughts we have about our emotional experience is what paralyzes us. For example, Angus shares about his fear of heights and how once he saw the role his thinking was playing in magnifying that fear, he was able to just feel the emotion and still approach the activity involving the heights (like riding a roller coaster). Letting himself feel the fear instead of being stuck in the thoughts about the fear, allows him to still take part and ultimately enjoy the activity. Embracing our emotional experience, without judgement of ourselves, also allows us to experience deeper connection with others. It is difficult to have an authentic experience with someone else if we are "white-knuckling" our way through our own emotional experience. If we aren't being authentic then we aren't being vulnerable -- and our relationships require vulnerability for there to be true connection. This episode explores:Resisting our emotions causes sufferingBeing with our emotions is authentic and supports connectionLetting go of control is actually the most pleasurable choiceThe healing power of experiencing all of our emotionsShow NotesKnott's Berry Farm: "California's Best Theme Park" and where Angus rode a rollercoaster eyes-wide-open, screaming like a babyAngus Ross & Rohini Ross are “The Rewilders.” They love working with couples and helping them to reduce conflict and discord in their relationships. They co-facilitate a private couples' intensives retreat program that rewilds relationships back to their natural state of love. Rohini is the author of the ebook Marriage, and they are co-founders of The 29-Day Rewilding Experience and The Rewilding Community. You can also follow Angus and Rohini Ross on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To learn more about their work visit: therewilders.org. Read Rohini's latest blog.Episode 44 features the music of RhythmPharm with Los Angeles-based composer Greg Ellis.