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Stratfor Podcast
Applied Geopolitics Central Asia's Geopolitical Challenges

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 36:10


In this episode of Applied Geopolitics from RANE, host Rodger Baker speaks to Dr. Kamran Bokhari, Director of Analytical Development at the New Lines Institute, who has just returned from a trip to Central Asia. They discuss how Central Asia is re-emerging as a key region for trans-Eurasian trade. But the landlocked Central Asian “Stans” sit in a complicated neighborhood, with a new sort of Great Game being played quietly among Russia, China, and more recently Turkey, with political and security uncertainty in nearby Afghanistan, and with a growing desire for additional outside investment to build on recent economic and transportation gains. RANE (Risk Assistance Network + Exchange) is a global risk intelligence company that provides risk and security professionals with access to critical insights, analysis, and support, enabling them to better anticipate, monitor, and respond to emerging risks and threats. RANE clients benefit from improved situational awareness, more efficient access to relevant intelligence and expertise, and better risk management outcomes. Join the millions who are tapping into the collective wisdom of the world's largest community of risk and business professionals. For more information about RANE, visit www.ranenetwork.com.#geopolitics #Afghanistan #Pakistan #CentralAsia geopolitics #riskmanagement

The College Metropolis Podcast: College Admissions Talk for High School Students and Parents
What to Do After Receiving Acceptance Letters from the Colleges to Which You Applied. Steps to Help You Evaluate Which School Offers You the Best Opportunities, Including Which Is the Most Affordable. The Importance of May 1st

The College Metropolis Podcast: College Admissions Talk for High School Students and Parents

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 34:23


#114 – There will be a time, usually a few weeks after you turn in your college applications, when you will begin to receive responses from the colleges and universities to which you applied. The responses may say you have been given admission, placed on a waitlist, or denied admission. On this episode we walk you through the steps you should take for the schools that give you admission. These steps will help you narrow down your choice to the one school, from among the schools that accepted you, that you absolutely feel is the best one for you. Additionally, we talk about the Financial Aid Award Letter that you will receive from each school that gives you admission, and highlight important areas of it that will help you understand how affordable each school will be. We will give you several pieces of practical advice to help you make wise choices. You can access the show notes for this episode at https://www.collegemetropolis.com. We invite you to please give us a 5-star rating and to leave us a positive review on your podcasting platform of choice. In doing so, you would be helping us grow our community. Thank you!

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - Calling Out “Woke” Pastors! (Yes, We Name Them) | with Jon Harris

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 105:07


In this replay episode, Pastor Joel has invited Jon Harris (@ConversationsThatMatterpodcast) podcast, an individual who is well-versed on the dangers of social justice, critical race theory, and "wokeology") to join him in boldly calling out "woke" preachers by name. Their purpose is to lovingly protect Christ's sheep from this pervasive heresy in the American Church today.

Windows & Mirrors
Day 19 (Exodus 21-24) - Rightly APPLIED

Windows & Mirrors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 14:26


Recap of Exodus 17-20. For more information on our year-long journey of the Bible, visit windowsmirrors.org Join our PATREON: patreon.com/windowsandmirrors

Developer Tea
Management Model of Ability and Will Applied to Self

Developer Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 18:20


If you aren't doing something, you either can't or won't. In today's episode, we explore this very simple starting point for behavior change and habit development, and explore the boundaries of the model.

ABA on Call
CentralReach “ABA On Call” Season 5 Ep. 1 - 10x clinical and research outcomes (Part 2)

ABA on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 34:39


One of the hallmarks of visual analysis is trend. Trend refers to the direction of data as it changes across time. A trend line is often superimposed on a data set which behavior analysts then interpret. However, if the data are placed on a standard celeration chart a trend line is transformed to a celebration line. The celeration line quantified how fast a behavior is changing. The quantified line allows an objective evaluation of not only the direction but the precise numeric growth or decay rate of a behavior. Discussion surrounding the benefits to clinical work and research with a quantified trend line is discussed.    To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don't forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review.   Show Notes Related Slides

Astrocandy
Holistic Healing, Applied Kinesiology and Divine Feminine & Masculine Energy Balance with Holistic Guide Reagan Rios

Astrocandy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 57:08


“Holistic healing is a whole experience– mind, body and spirit. And that's going to look different for every person. But the goal is balance.” Holistic guide Reagan Rios joins the show to discuss healing modalities to balance your body, mind, emotions and spirit. Reagan has a bachelor's degree in International Cultural Studies, Anthropology and Peacebuilding. She's also an EFT practitioner and certified Emotion Code and Body Code practitioner. In this episode, Reagan shares how she uses energy, intuition and applied kinesiology (muscle testing) to help clients find and release imbalances in their system. We also discuss societal programming, re-parenting your inner child, emotional expression, presence and awareness and divine/ wounded masculine and feminine energies.Connect with Reagan:Website: healingthroughholism.comInstagram: @iamreaganriosThis episode is brought to you by Magic Mind– the world's first productivity shot. Magic Mind is made with matcha to boost your energy, adaptogens to help you relax, nootropics to help you focus and agave to sweeten the taste. Visit MagicMind.co/astrocandy and use the discount code ASTROCANDY to get up to 56% off your first subscription in the next 10 days or 20% off your first one-time purchase.About Astrocandy:Host Raven Brinson invites you on a mission of self-exploration and discovery through spiritual and mystical topics like astrology, holistic healing and wellness, manifestation, mindfulness and meditation, human design, chakra balancing and more.Connect with Astrocandy: Website: astrocandypodcast.comInstagram: @astrocandypodcast

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina
Teaching Young Women Resilience and Grit

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:40


In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Charlotte Wasserman, co-founder of “It's a Girls Life”, an organization dedicated to teaching young woman grit and resilience.  Topics they discuss grit.  The conversation includes what grit means and what the acronym stands for, the importance of finding the right people to surround yourself with and how you can be the right person for someone else, and the biggest challenges facing young women today. Links from this Episode: It's a Girls' Life Website: https://www.itsagirlslife.org/ It's a Girl's Life Podcast (Apple Podcast) It's a Girl's Life Podcast (Spotify) Show Notes: (03:10)  What does G.R.I.T. stand for? (04:49) What inspired Charlotte to start G.R.I.T.? (06:45)  An inspiring example of how Charlotte used grit to go against the grain and make the best decision for her (10:46)  The struggles of finding the right Team to support you (11:30)  Why it's important to have the right Team (12:55)  Is teaching grit different for girls than for boys? (16:14)  Can grit grow to meet the really big challenges in life? (17:31)  A project to help people deal with really big challenges (18:32)  “It's a Girl's Life” Podcast - what will listeners get from this podcast? (21:15)  How to be a good, supportive Team member for someone else? (22:05)  Why sometimes it's better to be a good listener (23:57)  The biggest challenge girls face today (25:00)  What's in the future for the “It's a Girl's Life” program (26:43)  How Charlotte plans to help more college and high-school girls with her program (27:52)  Sororities:  Confidence Builder or Resilience Killer (28:15)  How to pick out the right sorority for you Transcript: Susan Stone: Kristina, what's so sad is we never get to meet people under. , everything's great. Kristina Supler: Ordinary circumstances.  Susan Stone: Yeah. like, Hey, you know, come you, if you call us for help, that means  Kristina Supler: most of our clients are in a bad place. So when we're dealing with students, it's some type of crisis  Susan Stone: and we don't see the post crisis. We don't get to see the bounce back.  Kristina Supler: Rarely. Yeah. I mean, sometimes we stay in touch with families and, and receive updates, but yeah, I think you're, you said it exactly right. We, we see the worst and we don't get to see the best or the recovery,  Susan Stone: but the one aspect of getting through a legal process at least, or a challenging situation, I think is how resilient a student is when they come to us, because, uh, the students that have a little bit more grit. Mm. Yeah. That's gonna be the word for today of day. The word of the day. The students that show a little more grit are just more present and get through the process a lot. Well, frankly, better for them and better for us. Right. Kristina Supler: I agree. It does help us. Uh, it makes it a little easier for us to do our job in terms of guiding and supporting students going through the crisis. Susan Stone: So I wanna know, and the question always is that we talk about. What makes regardless of the circumstances, Why are some people are just more resilient than others?  Susan Stone: And that's it. Kristina Supler: It's great question. And on that note, I'd like to introduce today's guest. Today we are pleased to be joined by Charlotte Wasserman, who is a freshman at Southern Methodist University, SM u Charlotte hails from Cleveland. And she's really passionate about empowering girls to become the best versions of themselves through her nonprofit. Called, it's a Girl's Life. Charlotte's been working on, it's a Girl's Life since its creation in middle school for her. Kristina Supler: She's hosted several events for teen girls, primarily focused on teaching them about grit and resilience, and her current focus is on growing and being the host of It's a Girls' Life podcast, which empowers young women to be creators of their own stories. Welcome Charlotte.  Kristina Supler: Welcome  Charlotte Wasserman: Charlotte. Hi, . Thanks for having me. Susan Stone: Y. And I have to say that, um, I've known Charlotte since she was been born, and if you wanna talk about grit, someone that I respect a lot and is incredibly strong, beautiful, and resilient, is Charlotte's mom, Halle. So big fan. You can tell her. I did a shout out about her today.  Charlotte Wasserman: I will tell her after this. Susan Stone: So, charlotte, . Grit is a word, but it's an acronym. When we looked at your website, yes, G R I T in all caps, tell us what it stands for and what it really means.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, so. Grit. So grit is obviously as a one word definition about like resilience and getting back out, up and out there after you like fall down or have a challenge in kind of overcoming that. Charlotte Wasserman: But. As to girls' life, we saw grit as more than that and kind of like a framework for people and like girls specifically to live by. So the G stands for Growing Guts and that is growing courage. And confidence I guess you could say. And then the R stands for resilience. Which is, getting back out there after, times are tough and you're experiencing different things, "I" is imperfections and accepting your own imperfections and that, you're not perfect. All around people make mistakes and that's what makes us human.  Charlotte Wasserman: And then T is team, and that means surrounding yourself and the importance of surrounding yourself with people who build you up and support you and can help you through those tough times as well. So between all those, that's like the most important things that I think are for someone who wants to build grits, I guess you would say, and what you need or to like accept when you're building grit in your own life. Susan Stone: That's a lot to unpack actually. That's a lot. .  Kristina Supler: I love that. And I'm just trying to imagine as a, as a middle school student having the maturity and awareness and insight to think about creating this platform and, and executing it. So tell us a little more about what inspired you to do what you're doing and create grit. Charlotte Wasserman: The first thing I would say is that I can't take full responsibility for like the whole G R I T framework because that was actually established a foundation out in California that I found when I was in middle school that was teaching girls, but very like small group settings, middle school and maybe high schools as well about grit and resilience. Charlotte Wasserman: So what happened is that when I was in middle school I was like facing a lot of academic and social challenges as a lot of girls do. And I just realized that there has to be like some way to teach girls about everything that we're all experiencing that will like provide them Clarity on like what they're experiencing, but also how to fix it. Charlotte Wasserman: And when I heard about what this organization out in California was doing and teaching girls about, which was grit I just, my own research and found out was a topic that was mostly taught to adults. And I thought it was so interesting in how you can actually teach that to girls and how meaningful it would be. Charlotte Wasserman: So then I reached out to them. We just started talking about creating an event series for teen girls here in Cleveland. So it wasn't just going to specific middle schools or high schools, but anyone who wanted to come could attend, learn what grit is, hear about it in like real life examples from speakers. Charlotte Wasserman: And again, reminder, reminds them that like, you're not the only person who's dealing with something, whatever that could be. Susan Stone: I have a two-part question, if you'll bear with me a little bit. Mm-hmm. , I struggle with the idea, can you teach grit? Mm-hmm. ,  Susan Stone: is it something you just have to live through something tough and look back, but if, right. Susan Stone: Your whole group is based on the idea that you can. So I'm assuming your answer is yes. , but can you give me an example of a situation where someone learned some tools, what those tools were and they actually got gritty? Charlotte Wasserman: Hmm. That's so interesting question that I really like. No one's ever asked me that question before. Charlotte Wasserman: I think like the part that's teachable about grit is that the reflection part, what you said is helping people realize that like it's something. You grow over time and I think that it's like you have to almost focus on realizing that you have it based on like experiences you've dealt with in the past and how those experiences impact where you are now and how you deal with the different things happening to you right now. Charlotte Wasserman: Or it could be like identifying the problem and realizing, you know, what that taught you. , and that's like a practice of grit because you're realizing like, what is something that I one struggled with and how is that teaching me something about like what I could use today? So I think it's more like the teaching part is more of like the realizing and reflecting part and then a real example of grit and I guess how you see it teaching someone something. Charlotte Wasserman: there's I've, I guess I've talked to a lot of people about it, so I'm trying to pick like my favorite one, but let me think for a second. I would say I can use like my own kind of like personal story as an example, but when I was going to college, which was a recent decision, obviously like last year, a year ago today, I was apply, I was hearing back from a bunch of colleges. Charlotte Wasserman: I remember this time specifically I was hearing back from the college of at now. But one thing was like, . My college decisions were back to back two days in a row. One was a rejection from a school that I made an early decision to, and one was a school that I'm currently at right now. And those were a day apart from each other. Charlotte Wasserman: And I chose, well, I mean through all of the other places that I got accepted into later on, I was able to make the decision to go to the school I'm at right now. And that was a school that no one really from, like my hometown, talked about going to. And it was, I knew it was, I was going from Ohio to a school in Texas and a lot of people had a lot of specific things to say about where I was going off to that weren't always. Charlotte Wasserman: Like a lot of like questions like, oh, like why would you go all the way over there? Or I never ha, I don't have any, any family down there. So I was like, oh, this is so nerve-wracking. Like new experiences, new people, something totally outside of my comfort zone. Charlotte Wasserman: But now that I'm there, I realized that like, even though this was maybe like a tougher decision or something that was a little bit different from just going to a school in Ohio maybe where a lot of people went to, I knew it taught me that. Charlotte Wasserman: I could do something where I don't know anybody and like find people to, be friends with or that I could do something that was like outside of the known and be just fine. So that's like an example. Susan Stone: Well, you're more than just fine. You're actually thriving.  Kristina Supler: But it's interesting to hear you speak about, just taking what you've just shared with us the process of settling on your, your college and you made a decision and people were questioning you and you were sort of doing something different from a lot of your peers surrounding you, and then you found new people. Kristina Supler: It makes me think of the "T" and Grit Team. Mm-hmm. so, . How do you know when to change up your team or what to look for in quote unquote teammates  Susan Stone: and teams change. Right, right. Yeah. I think sometimes we realize. Uh, I know I've had a lot of different life experiences and I've, I feel like I'm a cat who's lived nine lives. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. and sometimes I look back and I think these were lovely people in my life, but they weren't my team. I'm a little bit of an odd duck, wouldn't you say?  Kristina Supler: Yeah. I mean, I think you've especially gone through experiences where there was a place and a time for a relationship that was supportive and meaningful, and then we evolve and. you reevaluate. But Charlotte, I'm, I'm curious to hear more of your thoughts on changing up your team.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah. I think it's really important, like topics to talk about because when I was in high school and middle school, I really struggled with finding the right people to surround myself with. Susan Stone: It's hard, it's hard for everyone. Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah. At any, yeah. I guess it's like kinda a constant thing, but I just remember that was a specific time. , I realized I was hanging out with people who weren't really like supportive I guess, of the direction I was heading in. So then I had to decide that I wanted to find people who were gonna be more supportive of that. Charlotte Wasserman: And that was really scary cuz then I was like, oh, well I didn't really know who to lean on to when I was like going through transition of people. But then I realized that, you know, when you do find people who are not only like supportive of what you're working on, but supportive of like your goals and maybe you have some things in common. Charlotte Wasserman: I think that it is really important because it provides some confidence around things that maybe you find that are important to you but also provides like people who, you know, you can, reach back onto when like things are getting really challenging and you might need support that you don't feel like you can provide only by yourself. But I've realized that even if. And even so like, when I went off to college, I knew that it was gonna be a really exciting experience for me to find even more people that I connected with because when I was in high school and initially was trying to find different groups of people that support me, I always felt like really limited cuz I had a really small high school class. Charlotte Wasserman: And then when I went to college I knew like I would have so many different people that are around me, so I could really go and Look for the kind of people that I wanted to surround myself with. And then it just helped me feel like more confident in myself, but also like confident in things I wanted to work on too, which is really important that I found. Susan Stone: And your team's going to grow again? Yeah. After college. It always changes. , it always changes.  Kristina Supler: Absolutely. Well, and I think it's really nice to hear you talk about taking some risk, the g and then having confidence and, and finding your team people to build you up and support. , Tell us about, I, I wonder this idea of grit and your organization is focused on young women. Kristina Supler: Is teaching grit different for boys and girls, or is it the same?  Charlotte Wasserman: I. Honestly don't exactly know what it's like to teach grit to boys cause I've never had that experience before. I do have one brother.  Susan Stone: But you do have two brothers. Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I do. I was just gonna think about that . However, I don't really talk to them about these top. Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I mean I guess like if I ever had an event or was working on something that's a girl's life, obviously they knew about it, but I never like saw the impact of what that could be because I never focused on a group of got boys before. Fair.  Susan Stone: No, that's fair. And you went to an all girls school? Yes. Charlotte Wasserman: Growing up. Had much experiences. Like until, and I still haven't because even at college it's not like I talked to, I don't really there's obviously it's like a co-ed school, but I'm not, I haven't done like an event with boys ever, so I don't really know the difference. I would just say I've always focused on girls because I am a girl and that was an experience that I knew is. Charlotte Wasserman: Some things that girls do are unique to girls course. So that's why of course I kind of chose to focus in that area Kristina Supler: well and it's work you enjoy doing, so that Right. That makes sense.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yes.  Susan Stone: I'm gonna ask a tough question. Okay. Life is not fair and I thought it was. Yeah, well, equitable at all times. Susan Stone: Equitable. At all. At times. And how do you impart grit when some people's problems are just different in scale with what other people have to deal with. I mean, certainly people dealing with broken homes or disease or illness is different than people dealing with. My boyfriend just broke up with me. Susan Stone: Right. I'm  Kristina Supler: Or, or what we sometimes refer to as mean girl behavior or mean  Susan Stone: girl behavior. Yeah. We deal with a lot of parents calling us, saying, my child's bullied and I have to break it to them that bullying is a technical word and. , you can't make people invite you, your child to the birthday party. That is not a reason to call a lawyer. Susan Stone: It's sad, it's painful. Mm-hmm. , but it's not necessarily now total exclusion. Can be bullying, right? Mm-hmm. , it depends to degrees, but what we're seeing is we've seen some really, really, really bad bullying cases where kids have been assaulted and yeah, psychologically devastated, but that is just a difference from someone not. Susan Stone: liking you  Kristina Supler: and Well, and I think parents sometimes have a, a, they recoil a little when they hear us say, oh,  Susan Stone: we're always given bad news, and unpopular news.  Kristina Supler: Well, and, we're not minimizing the impact of, the quote unquote mean girl behavior. But it's just the reality is that not. All obstacles or difficulties are of similar magnitude or import on an individual's life. Kristina Supler: So,  Susan Stone: so I don't know, have you had experience with someone coming to you crying saying, God forbid I have, you know, I, my mom's got, God forbid, cancer, or my father or I don't have enough money, and it just seems like you can't compare problems, but I just wanted to know what your reflection is. scalability of issues in life. Charlotte Wasserman: Right. I think it's definitely interesting cuz I've always thought about how like, it's amazing that like grit can be. Applied to like such different problems and yet, it could still teach people about what to do when they're experiencing those things. So I always thought that's great that there's a, there's like a need for it because you can teach it to people who are going through like very, very different situations such that you talk about that are maybe life threatening and, but you can also teach it to people who are dealing with Problems that are like, you know, the mean girl thing, sort, sort of situation. Charlotte Wasserman: So I always thought that was very interesting how like, one topic could be taught, like people were experiencing very different things. But I remember like a speaker we had at one of our events, we would always have a, an example person who would share their story. And one year it was a speaker who was talking about how she lost her mom when she was really young and how it. Impacted her in a way that made her start something where she could ha have people share their own stories. Not only as like a way to heal, but also to bring attention to what different things people are dealing with and how to talk about hard feelings that are difficult in life because those are really difficult situations. Charlotte Wasserman: And so it's called Never ever Give Up, and it was like a letter writing. Project where people could submit their own stories about what they were dealing with. And she shared those stories. And then we had all of the attendees write their own stories. And so it was really interesting because you're right, people have different types of problems and some of them are. Charlotte Wasserman: do are more urgent than others, I would say. But that doesn't, I've also found that that doesn't mean that and I don't think you're saying this invalidate like different people's problems because they're both problems. It's just different about what their problems kind of entail and how big that's gonna impact them. Charlotte Wasserman: But grit can be taught to both situations.  Susan Stone: That was really. Well said. Well said. Said that you have a tool that works for any type of problem. Wow. I.  Susan Stone: Yeah.  Kristina Supler: Whoa. So Charlotte, you have your own podcast called It's A Girl's Life. What type of topics do you cover? Who are your guests? You plug your  Susan Stone: podcast, Charlotte. Charlotte Wasserman: Oh yeah. Okay. So it's called, it's a Girl's Life. And it's a lot of empowering and inspirational interviews for young women. So we've talked to a lot of not only like female entrepreneurs, because those stories always have a lot of grit I found in the beginning of their stories and throughout. Charlotte Wasserman: But also I've talked to like young women who are like teenagers that are, some of them have been entrepreneurs, some of them have not been. And then also like what I started to get more interested in was different things that young women could be dealing with and inviting on guests to unpack those situations and help them, provide them advice and what to do when you're dealing with those situations. Charlotte Wasserman: So I had an interview yesterday that was really fun, that I really liked, and she was actually a food nutritionist and we talked a lot about how to deal not only with moving away to college and not having like, , everything that like you would have in your home, like kitchen and everything. Charlotte Wasserman: But also like the mindset of food and that can be really get really toxic for girls. So it's just like a very Yeah. How to be healthy. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And something that I think everyone has kind of dealt with, so I thought that was really interesting to hear her opinion about it, but it's just kind of like empowering and educating girls about not only grit but also different specific topics that can help them when they're growing. Susan Stone: I wanna shift focus a little bit. We talk about using grit to develop our own resilience and then getting a team, but I wanna get your insight on what it takes to be a supportive team member. Mm-hmm. , a supportive mentor, or a supportive friend. And I'm gonna share a story about your own mother. Oh, tell us about, yeah, I, I've got a. Susan Stone: Grit, giving gift from your mom. So I was going through a really, really, really dark period and I mean dark. It was bad. And I was on the phone with Halle and I was driving, driving a court that day, and I just was telling her how low I felt and how dark it felt for me, and I just felt like it was never gonna end. Susan Stone: I'm like getting teary talking about this and Hailey, pause. And said, don't you wanna know how your story ends? I'm really curious. I know this is gonna be an awesome story. Kristina Supler: That's a great question.  Susan Stone: Oh my gosh. It was like the best enough of a sudden. I'm like, that's so smart. Yeah. Yeah. It was so smart because it made me think a, she believed in me. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. . And it made me believe in me because I was like, yeah, I can do this. So I think we all need someone in our life, but can you give a couple tips out there for women, mothers, students on what it takes to be a good team member? . Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, I think that's something I've definitely been working on like developing over the past few years. Charlotte Wasserman: Cuz I realized like I wanted to find my own kind of group of people, but that also comes with you are becoming part of someone else's group of people as well. And especially with college has, that's been so fun to realize that. I'll find, I'll like make friends and then not only will I go to them for advice, but I see them coming to advice to me, which is really fun and, and like interesting to see. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think some really good things to focus on is like that I'm also always working on is listening. You have to be like a good listener. So important, hear what they're dealing with and, and not always just come like super quick to respond because sometimes like people just need to kind. Talk about what's happening and get it off their chest. Charlotte Wasserman: And then I think that you need to, I feel like it's really important to like maybe share sometimes. Something you're dealing with that can maybe be on like a similar level sometimes because that can help them see like, oh, if she got through this, maybe a similar situation. Or it could be something of different if you haven't gone through the same things, which won't always happen. Charlotte Wasserman: Maybe that could help them kind of see like there is an end like what I might be dealing with. But then also, Sometimes you just don't know what to say, which is also really hard. And so that's when you just like should be honest with them and be like, I've never had to deal with this myself. Charlotte Wasserman: I don't even know, is, this is like a hard thing for me to grasp poo. And I think honesty is always everyone can understand honesty. And it's good to be honest with the people who you care about cuz it like shows that like, not even, go for like telling them the wrong thing. Charlotte Wasserman: You just wanna tell them like, I'm here for you and like you come and talk to me about this. And like, make sure that they know, like you're here to support them as well, I guess.  Susan Stone: I think that's a great curriculum. Mm-hmm. , I think you should really write that down, what you said, and I'm picking up what you're throwing down. Susan Stone: It's great.  Kristina Supler: Charlotte, based on your experiences and then your guests on your podcast and, and the work you're doing with your organization, what is the biggest challenge impacting young women today in your opinion? Charlotte Wasserman: I think one of the biggest challenges is like, overall confidence for girls. I think we, we see that a lot. Charlotte Wasserman: Which is why sometimes girls are really hesitant to not only like start their own thing, but they think that like they just can't do it and they can't get through it. And I think that. It gets true for all ages. Oh my God. outta the mouth. God. Yeah, you're spot on. Yep. Problem that like, I mean, everybody of course has, but I just see a lot in like girls, they just think there's no, yeah. Charlotte Wasserman: And I also think like another thing is they don't think they're like worth being able to get better too, which I think is like really sad because like everyone's worth improve themselves. and then they just don't do anything and they like won't like, try to improve their situation. Charlotte Wasserman: So I think that's definitely a big problem. Susan Stone: what are your dreams for this organization? Is this something that you wanna continue with? Or after you graduate from college, do you think you're gonna pass the baton?  Charlotte Wasserman: Hmm. I think like I've been like, constantly asking myself that as well. Once I went to college, I knew like I wanted to give myself the time to evolve myself and like figure everything out there. Charlotte Wasserman: But now that I've settled more into the college experience I found that like it's definitely impacting girls and girls who are younger than me too has always been a part of me. So I don't ever really see that ever going away because. . Just certain moments in my own experiences where I've seen like the impact we've done has been really inspirational. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think that, I think probably the way that we do what we do will continue to change over time and maybe our mission will change slightly too, but I'm not really sure. And I think that there's definitely still a need for this content to be taught. I just don't know exactly what it will turn. Charlotte Wasserman: Who's we?  Susan Stone: Who do you work with?  Charlotte Wasserman: Oh, well I do, I work with the organization still in California. They're just kind of like the person that I worked with there. Sarah Anderson. She left the organization and started her own coaching business for girls, but we worked together on the events for the past four years, and I would work with her on it, but I also think what, and then we also did some podcast episodes together too, but I. Charlotte Wasserman: something that I always wanted to do was grow the kind of like it's a girls life team and involve some other girls that are around my age to work with them on it because I've always kind of done a lot of the work by myself and I think it's fun to involve other people and help them, like make an impact on girls too. Charlotte Wasserman: So I would love to work on it with someone else as well, but I have to find that person.  Kristina Supler: What do you see as next for the organization?  Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I really want to, since I go to school in Dallas, Texas and it's a really close-knit community I've found so far, especially with the university that I go to. Charlotte Wasserman: I really would love to do an event with Dallas girls in the schools in the area, cuz there's a lot of schools that are right near my college. And then maybe something with college girls. I just don't know what that.  Susan Stone: Kristine and I work with a lot of Greek organizations. Yeah. And  Charlotte Wasserman: That could be cool  Susan Stone: too. Susan Stone: that could be really cool question. Mm-hmm. , do you think sororities are good for building the resilience for girls or do you think the whole rush process where we basically girls go and select on. Criteria that's not always based on depth. Do you think Substitute. Thank you. I was open for the word super blur. Susan Stone: Uh, I mean, do you think sororities take away from resilience, build resilience, or good, bad, or. Neutral.  Kristina Supler: Hmm. Interesting question I had to ask. I'm very curious to hear what your thoughts are, Charlotte. Yeah, this is  Susan Stone: real talk. This is real Talk with Susan and Kristina. You gotta get real  Charlotte Wasserman: with you. Right. I think it's interesting cuz I'm actually gonna go through that process in January myself which I'm really excited about. Charlotte Wasserman: Ooh, you'll have to  Susan Stone: report back. Yeah. We're gonna have you back to talk about do sororities foster resilience.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, it's definitely interesting cause. . There's so much I've been hearing about it for the past few months, but also like so much is still like unknown about the experience. Cause I haven't done it yet. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think it depends on the individual and like what they want out of the process. Because obviously there's some cases where people are going to join a sorority for maybe like the quote unquote wrong reasons. Sometimes It depends what they want out of it. And like for me personally, like I really wanna find like a group of people who have similar like values as me, I guess. Charlotte Wasserman: Like they wanna make an impact with the people that they like surround themselves with, but also like wanna find a group of people that are like supportive. So like knowing that I think is probably setting me apart from other people or just, maybe doing it to. For social stuff, which is obviously another reason why I wanna join sorority, but not the only reason. Charlotte Wasserman: And. It also depend, I don't know, they kept talking to us about we would have these p and m like potential new member meetings before Rush actually started, and they would tell us about like how they viewed it as like a values based system. So how you should be finding the houses that align with similar values as you. Charlotte Wasserman: Probably not. A lot of people think about it as much as I have, but like I always thought about like how that means. Oh, I should be clear than on what I want and why I want it. And hopefully that will work out in the end too.  Susan Stone: Oh, we have to have you come back. Such an interesting  Kristina Supler: gossip. You are such an impressive young woman. Kristina Supler: Oh my gosh. Such a treat speaking with you today, and I really encourage our listeners to check out it's a girl's life and check out the podcast, the organization, everything you have to offer. This has really been a lot of fun.  Susan Stone: and I hope this organization goes viral on every campus. There should be, and it's a girls' life organization everywhere and in every high school, and much success. Susan Stone: I know I am beaming with pride.  Charlotte Wasserman: Thanks for joining so much.

My Amazon Guy
How to See What Orders Had a Coupon or Promotion Applied - Amazon Seller Central FBA Tips & Tricks

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 2:52


How To Check Coupons Applied:00:00 Introduction00:19 Go to Advertising Tab inside Seller Central 00:21 Click Coupons and go to the coupon campaign00:25 Go to the expired one00:28 Display clicks and redeemed00:45 Go to Reports and go to Fulfillment and click All Orders01:25 Download the Txt. file and import to google02:42 Find, sort and show the redeemed coupons

Influence Ecology
Transactional Competence Applied to Financial Advising with Jody Lentz

Influence Ecology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 46:28


Jody Lentz is the Vice President of Brokerage for Pacific Advisors. She works with financial advisors across the country to allow them to work with their clients by helping to train and service those advisors on Life Insurance and Disability Income products. She has a motto that we just love. She will never apologize to … Transactional Competence Applied to Financial Advising with Jody Lentz Read More »

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - Which Pastors Can You Trust? | Tim Keller, John Piper, Gavin Ortlund, Voddie Baucham, Matt Chandler, Michael Horton, Russell Moore, John MacArthur, R. C. Sproul, Doug Wilson

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 60:30


In this replay episode of Theology Applied, I play a little game with Megan Basham from Daily Wire. I mention a well-known leader in Evangelicalism by name, and then Megan and I place them in one of three categories. Here's the list of names we cover in this episode: 1) Timothy Keller 2) John Piper 3) Gavin Ortlund 4) Voddie Baucham 5) Matt Chandler 6) Michael Horton 7) Russell Moore 8) John MacArthur 9) R.C. Sproul 10) Doug Wilson The “old” fault lines of Calvinism vs. Arminianism, Cessationism vs. Continuationism, and Baptist vs. Presbyterian are still important, but the “new” fault lines have quickly moved to the center of the debate. What are these “new” fault lines? Oh, you know. Things like Woke vs. Not Woke, Covid Tyranny vs. Personal Liberty, Socialism vs. Capitalism, Globalism vs. Nationalism, etc. Now what we're starting to see when it comes to these “new” fault lines, we're starting to see that there are basically only three camps: 1) Pietism (Apathy) 2) Progressivism (Compromise) 3) Perseverance (Faithfulness) You're definitely not going to want to miss this episode!

BHBC :: Rockford Campus
Grace Applied

BHBC :: Rockford Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 46:07


What do the ancient Corinthian church and you have in common? More than you think. Kicking off our new series on 1 Corinthians, Matt Zainea offers insight into Paul's letter to the Corinthians and why it still matters today.

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast
From Student to Working Professional: How to navigate a career path in applied health while authentically living for moments that matter with Rio Alegre, BPH, MPH #133

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 83:00


Today we have an allied health care professional who has a passion for customer success and client management. She went from a focus on public health to environmental tech. She got her Bachelor's Degree in Public Health at Brock University then went on to get a Master of Public Health at Brock University. She currently works in customer success and client management - We have Rio Alegre, BPH, MPHShownotes: https://thephmillennial.com/episode133Join Community Health & Wellness Discord: https://www.thephmillennial.com/joinRio Alegre, MPH on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rio-alegre/Omari on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins All ways to support The Public Health Millennial: https://thephmillennial.com/support/ Shop at The Public Health Store: https://thephmillennial.com/shop/Books:Atomic Habits by James ClearHow Women Rise by Sally Helgesen & Marshall GoldsmithI Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit SethiSupport the showThanks for tuning in. Let's all work together towards a culture of health, wellbeing, and equity for all. ⭐⭐ SUBSCRIBE & Leave a 5-STAR REVIEW! ⭐⭐ Follow & Support:- Buy me a coffee through Ko-Fi- The Public Health Millennial on IG - The Public Health Millennial on LinkedIn - The Public Health Millennial Website- Omari Richins, MPH on LinkedIn- Support on The Public Health Store

Construction Genius
Luck Is Not A Tactic: Navy SEAL Wisdom Applied To Construction With Peter Worhunsky And Jeremy Beal

Construction Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 48:20


Running your construction business like a Navy SEAL team is a great way to be successful. The principles and tactics of teamwork and leadership all apply and transfer over. You need to create a company culture that is aligned with everyone at the business. In the Navy, once you have a mission, you have to push forward so you can complete that mission. It's the same thing in the construction industry. There must be a reason why you're doing what you're doing. Join Eric Anderton as he talks to the President of Radix, Peter Worhunsky and the Chief Leadership Officer of Radix, and former Navy SEAL, Jeremy Beal. Discover how they implement SEAL team training, culture, and principles in the construction industry. Find out new tactics so you can grow your construction business today!

Christian Apostolic Center
THE WORD APPLIED: "Separate"

Christian Apostolic Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 6:26


DON'T MISS staying CONNECTED with C.A.C through our FACEBOOK page for current news, updates and even OUR LATEST  SERMON-SERIES POST! It's sure to provide an Apostolic insight and practical application for the born again believer. C.A.C FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/CACFlint/ALSO:Continue to catch up on the latest C.A.C Sermon ON THE ROAD!! Just tune into our local radio station SATURDAY @ 1pm & SUNDAYS @ 2:30 pm on WSNL A.M 600/F.M 106.5. A HUGE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

Real Coffee with Scott Adams
Episode 1989 Scott Adams: The Hypnotist Persuasion Filter Applied To Headlines

Real Coffee with Scott Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 89:04


My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a Find my "extra" content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com Content: Keenan Anderson's death Drug rehab program issues My defense of Sam Harris Biden classified docs speculation Pfizer booster stroke spike in elderly? Bill Gates farmland & fake meat ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you would like to enjoy this same content plus bonus content from Scott Adams, including micro-lessons on lots of useful topics to build your talent stack, please see scottadams.locals.com for full access to that secret treasure. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-adams00/support

Calvinism on SermonAudio
Introduction to Redemption—Accomplished and Applied

Calvinism on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 41:00


A new MP3 sermon from Christ Fellowship Particular Baptist Chapel is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Introduction to Redemption—Accomplished and Applied Subtitle: Redemption—Acc. & App Speaker: Kenneth Glisch Broadcaster: Christ Fellowship Particular Baptist Chapel Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/11/2023 Bible: John 3:16 Length: 41 min.

The Body Nerd Show
196 Standing desk vs sitting desk - which is better?

The Body Nerd Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 18:41


Is it better to sit or stand for work? Maybe you have a sit/stand combo desk that allows you to do both. Or maybe you've been looking at getting a treadmill so you can spend your workday moving. If you've heard the phrase “sitting is the new smoking” and now you're wondering how to keep working without having a negative impact on your physiology and mobility… I'm here to tell you all is not lost. You don't have to invest in a super expensive treadmill desk or just give up all hope and continue to sit. There is a middle ground

Transforming Trauma
Cultural Animation and Applied Human Ecology with Anthony Twig Wheeler

Transforming Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 54:43


Anthony “Twig” Wheeler is a Trauma Specialist, Environmentalist, Performance Artist, Applied Human Ecologist, Cultural Animator, Consultant, Educator, and so much more. His interest in resolving societal conflicts and being introduced to Peter Levine's work of Somatic Experiencing guided him to branch out into different areas of trauma.  While Twig's interests led him to various studies - such as evolutionary, somatic, and ecological psychology, and environmental and cultural anthropology -, his own therapy created his focus for advocacy and translating the work for the world as best he can.   Twig and Brad share their early experiences learning about somatic psychology and reflect on the evolving understanding of complex trauma. Twig also describes what being a Cultural Animator is all about. About Anthony “Twig” Wheeler:  Anthony Twig Wheeler specializes in restoring a participatory relationship between humans and their nature - how to enjoy our biology rather than hate it. As a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and trauma expert, Twig works with individuals, groups, and helping care professionals. As an Applied Human Ecologist, he works toward an articulation of the evolutionarily established needs of our species. As a Performance Artist and Cultural Animator, Twig translates his social observation and research for general public audiences to enliven, inspire and catalyze action for good living, respect of self and others, and engagement with biodiversity. With his studies and a strong background in social change and ecological preservation efforts, widespread travel, and years spent mastering the wilderness living arts, Twig has developed an unusual appreciation of the human species and modern human condition. Learn More: Liberation is Possible Website Twig's Public Projects StressLess Guide Twig's SE Reflections for Practitioners To read the full show notes and discover more resources visit https://www.narmtraining.com/podcast *** NARM Training Institute https://www.NARMtraining.com View upcoming trainings: https://narmtraining.com/schedule Join the Inner Circle: https://narmtraining.com/online-learning/inner-circle Sign up for a free preview of The NARM Inner Circle Online Membership Program: https://www.narmtraining.com/freetrial *** The NARM Training Institute provides tools for transforming complex trauma through: in-person and online trainings for mental health care professionals; in-person and online workshops on complex trauma and how it interplays with areas like addiction, parenting, and cultural trauma; an online self-paced learning program, the NARM Inner Circle; and other trauma-informed learning resources.   We want to connect with you! Facebook @NARMtraining YouTube Instagram @thenarmtraininginstitute

Turmeric and Tequila
166. Harry & Meghan, Royal Tea:)

Turmeric and Tequila

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 57:59


“Like, how did we end up here?”  – Harry   Ok, I am not really one that keeps up with what is going on over the pond in regards to the Royal Family, but I am one for disruption, even if lacking grace. SO, I had to check out the most recent Royal Netflix doc, Harry & Meghan,  to see what all the hype what about. I wasn't so much interested in the gossip as I was the history- and the doc did not disappoint in that aspect, in my opinion! I of course had to get T&T pseudo co-host and fellow pop culture enthusiasts, The Ashley Simone Knight, to come on and give her take as well. This is a fun one that breaks down the documentary and English tradition from our perceptive. You do not need to have seen the doc to enjoy this convo, in fact, this might just be the cliff notes to save you some time if you haven't seen it. Our main question in this convo- when does tradition no longer become the excuse for what is now considered bad behavior? Progress has happened even if hard to see sometimes, but are some holding us back? We don't have hard answers, but we do have some hot takes. Conversation, awareness, and perspective are always keys to moving this world in a more unified, equal direction- regardless of what side of the fence you are on- so at minimum, it's nice to hear H&M's take and gain some history in the meantime… so the rest of us can choose what we do and don't buy into. One thing is true, the power is in the people… even if it takes time to make it right. Keep faith in the larger audience at hand.   Highlights: Harry. Meghan. England and the Commonwealth. Conversation, awareness, and perspective. Racism, tradition, and bad behavior. Progress, evolution, and the ones standing up for change… and the ones holding us back. Applied meaning and realization. Changing the narrative and blazing trail. Agreeing, disagreeing, and the power of the next generation.   Kristen M. Olson Entrepreneur. Creative. Coach. Leader. Athlete. Podcaster. Pup Mom. Experienced and innovative marketing and branding professional with 20+ years' experience in brand development and management and particular expertise with integrated marketing strategies, strategic territory management and relationship building. Broad based background encompasses strong work ethic and commitment to organizational objectives within highly competitive athletic apparel/CPG/Lifestyle markets. Coach, tactical planner and team builder with ability to attract key players and develop lasting business relationships. Recognized for decisive leadership and proven ability to execute sound decisions while directing product development and launches. Former D1 athlete, CrossFit Games Athlete, and current podcaster, Turmeric & Tequila. @KOAlliance , www.koalliance.com @turmerictequila , www.TurmericAndTequila.com @madonnashero @formationpowertribe   Ashley Simone Knight Ashley Simone Knight is an Esthetician, Model, and Colorado native. She started modeling when she was 20 and gained her experience in the growing Colorado market. She has been an Esthetician for the past 6 years and has recently evolved from working at various spas and salons to starting her own business. Ashley loves balance: Caring for others as a Skin Care Therapist, imparting all of the lessons she's learned to others who are navigating life in her industries, as well as dancing and singing karaoke @theashleysimone @4youeyesonlyesthetics . . . Get In Touch With T&T: IG: @TurmericTequila Facebook: @TurmericAndTequila Website: www.TurmericAndTequila.com Host: Kristen Olson IG: @Madonnashero Tik Tok: @Madonnashero  Website: www.KOAlliance.com  

BrainChip Podcast
Episode 23 – BrainChip Talks AI Innovation with Accenture's Managing Director and Global Chief Technology Officer of Accenture Applied Intelligence Jean-Luc Chatelain

BrainChip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 20:14


Jean-Luc Chatelain joins BrainChip CEO Sean Hehir to help listeners understand how data-driven AI will help businesses gain insight into their business process and affect positive outcomes.

A Quick Timeout
Applied Advanced Stats | Dom Samangy, Arkansas Razorbacks

A Quick Timeout

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 27:32


After four years as a student manager and data analyst for Jim Boeheim's Syracuse Orange, Dominic Samangy now serves on staff with Eric Musselman's Arkansas Razorbacks. Dom discusses the application of analytics to scouting, recruiting, and game preparation.This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball Shooting Machine. Mention "Quick Timeout" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.Let Hudl Assist bring your stats to life. Every stat is marked on the video at the moment it happened. See every shot, turnover, rebound and much more with just a few clicks. Visit Hudl Assist to learn how Hudl is elevating basketball.

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - Postmillennialism As Fuel For Evangelism | with Dale Partridge

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 59:27


In this replay episode, Dale Partridge ( @relearntv ) has officially embraced Postmillennialism. In this episode of Theology Applied, Dale talks about how his optimistic eschatology has impacted the way he thinks about evangelism.

ThriveStyle
Episode 2 - Officially Applied

ThriveStyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 19:11


In this episode I share the latest in my application process for military retirement and internship.  I also share the latest in my process to build up my business.Follow Jamie on Social:InstagramFacebook

The Craig T. Owens Audio Blog
A book review of “Proverbs: Amplified and Applied”

The Craig T. Owens Audio Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 3:05


This is an in-depth look at the Book of Proverbs that I've never seen before, and I am thoroughly enjoying it! Check out my review of “Proverbs: Amplified And Applied” by Dick Brogden. You can find Dick's book here. ►► Would you please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? My Patreon supporters get behind-the-scenes access to exclusive materials. ◀︎◀︎

The NatureBacked Podcast
Turning Plastics Greener and Cheaper With Applied Bioplastics' Alex Blum

The NatureBacked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 29:19


A trip to a refugee camp in Bangladesh led to a documentary and sowed the seeds for a material startup, which promises to cut plastics production costs and emissions using cellulose, said Alex Blum, founder of Applied Bioplastics.“What we've done by mixing cellulose with regular plastic in a way that is inexpensive to accomplish is that we've created a replacement for durable plastics that cost less than the original plastic while cutting the carbon footprint in half,” Blum said.Learn more about:Details of one of the weirdest founding storiesWhy is the adoption of bioplastics limited so far?How to scale material innovation globally fast Should you be proud when you staff $3 a day?Applied Bioplastics team of 20 has so far raised $1.2 million and seeks to raise a further $1.24 million. You can check their campaign on Raise Green platform through this LINK.Blum's “Blossoms From Ash” documentary about the Rohingya genocide won several awards and is available on Amazon.In the NatureBacked podcast of Single.Earth, we talk with our guests about their vision of the new green economy.Small Business PRProven and FREE strategies to get more eyeballs on your small business in 2023 without adsListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyFollow NatureBacked across platforms:Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google PodcastsTwitter | Instagram

Christian Apostolic Center
THE WORD APPLIED: "Marriage"

Christian Apostolic Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 7:28


DON'T MISS staying CONNECTED with C.A.C through our FACEBOOK page for current news, updates and even OUR LATEST  SERMON-SERIES POST! It's sure to provide an Apostolic insight and practical application for the born again believer. C.A.C FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/CACFlint/ALSO:Continue to catch up on the latest C.A.C Sermon ON THE ROAD!! Just tune into our local radio station SATURDAY @ 1pm & SUNDAYS @ 2:30 pm on WSNL A.M 600/F.M 106.5. A HUGE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

Calvinism on SermonAudio
Redemption Applied by God the Spirit, Part 2

Calvinism on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 65:00


A new MP3 sermon from Berean Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Redemption Applied by God the Spirit, Part 2 Subtitle: Fulfill the Great Commission Speaker: Pastor Jerry Slate, Jr. Broadcaster: Berean Baptist Church Event: Teaching Date: 1/9/2023 Bible: 2 Timothy 1:8-11; Titus 1:1-3 Length: 65 min.

Green Living Chats
Why is Africa's climate research struggling? || Prof. Benjamin Lamptey

Green Living Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 46:56


Prof. Benjamin Lamptey is a meteorological (weather and climate) modeller with expertise in Database Management. He has been vital in developing Africa's climate science research and operations. In fact, he was a lead author of the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) AR6 WG1. In September 2013, he joined the African Centre of Meteorological Applications for Development (ACMAD) in Niamey, Niger, as the Deputy Director-General (DDG). From 1st January 2017 to 31st December 2018, he became the Acting Director General of ACMAD cumulatively with the DDG position before joining the University of Leeds, UK, as a Cheney Fellow in 2019. Prior to joining ACMAD, he was the Acting Head of the Nautical Science Department and Acting Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at the Regional Maritime University in Accra, Ghana. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, USA, from 2005 to 2007 after obtaining his doctorate degree in Geosciences (with a minor in High-Performance Computing) from the Pennsylvania State University. He also holds Master's degrees in Meteorology (Penn State) and Applied and Agricultural Meteorology (the University of Reading. UK) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Computing and Information Systems (UK). He started his meteorology career as a Weather Forecaster at the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet), having been trained at the UK Meteorological Office College in Shinfield Park, Reading. And later became the Head of the Climatology Division. He serves on several International Committees and is Guest/Associate Editor of a number of Journals and lectures part-time in the Graduate programs of the West African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL), African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and the Pan African University for Water and Energy Science (PAUWES). His current passion is in the transition from research to operations. Get in Touch with Prof Lamptey African SWIFT Cheney Public Lecture: From Extreme Weather to Climate Change in Africa- https://youtu.be/X-gRnVhTJ6s Dr Ben Lamptey: Cheney Fellow continues African SWIFT role from Ghana - https://africanswift.org/2021/01/12/farewell-to-dr-ben-lamptey/ Researchgate - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Benjamin-Lamptey LinkedIn - Benjamin Lamptey ------- GLC aims to share knowledge and education with our cherished listeners through this Podcast. It's about time we connect the pieces: sustainability is a sacrifice but are we ready? Get involved Website - https://glcpodcast.ecoametsolutions.com/. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ecoametsolutions. Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ecoametsolutions/. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/green-living-chats-podcast. Twitter - https://twitter.com/GLCpodcast. Share - https://linktr.ee/ecoametsolutions. Get in touch with the GLC podcast via mail: glcpodcast@ecoametsolutions.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ecoametsolutions/message

LSAT Unplugged
If I Applied To Law School I What I'd Write About

LSAT Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 8:38


Free Easy LSAT Cheat Sheet: https://bit.ly/easylsat LSAT Unplugged Courses: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/lsat-course-packages.html LSAT Schedules: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/month-lsat-study-schedules-plans.html LSAT Blog Free Stuff: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/lsat-prep-tips.html LSAT Unplugged YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/lsatblog LSAT Unplugged Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lsat-unplugged/id1450308309?mt=2 LSAT Unplugged Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lsatunplugged #lsat #lawschool #lawstudent #lawstudents

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Marketing O'Clock
Auto-Appalled! Google Ads Sets New Precedent on Auto-Applied Recommendations

Marketing O'Clock

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 48:10


On this week's episode of Marketing O'Clock, if you forgot to check your email this week, you may have missed a pretty big update to one of Google Ads' auto-applied recommendations. Microsoft is B(r)inging artificial intelligence to the SERPs. Plus, Twitter votes to bring back political ads and updates view count displays. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro - 00:00 News - 6:51 Take of the Week - 17:02 ICYMI - 18:27 Lightning Round Paid - 19:38 Lightning Round Organic - 23:46 Lightning Round Social - 29:41 What the Heck - 33:25 Working Hard or Hardly Working - 37:47 Cool Tool - 40:33 Must Read Marketing Article of the Week - 41:47 Shooting the Heck - 43:42

ACSI: Moving Forward with Lynn Swaner
Moving Forward Flourishing Series: Insular Culture

ACSI: Moving Forward with Lynn Swaner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 16:40


About Today's Show Today's podcast features Tia Gaines, director for Educational Strategies for UnifiEd, A Center for Hope and Unity. Tia talks with Lynn Swaner about the Flourishing Schools construct of Insular Culture, where “the school shields students from the world's brokenness, the school is independent from the surrounding community, and/or the student body lacks diversity.” The conversation focuses on creating communities of belonging for students within Christian schools.   To go further in learning about this construct, check out these resources: The UnifiEd Digest ACSI's PD by Design series, Cultivating Biblical Unity, featuring UnifiEd Blog post Taking a Selah Moment: Black History Month and Christian Schools by Tia Gaines   To learn more about Flourishing Schools Research, check out the Flourishing Together book by Lynn Swaner and Andy Wolfe (Eerdmans 2021) and this video overview of the research. You can also find out about the related institute for leaders and instrument for schools here.    About the Guest Tia Gaines is the director for Educational Strategies for UnifiEd. She serves as department chair for the English department, as well as the 6–12 instructional coach, for Insight PA Cyber Charter School. She coaches more than 200 teachers on teaching strategies in a virtual setting. She has also taught in the School for Applied and Innovative Learning program at Delaware County Christian School in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. In addition, Tia provides consulting to schools, universities, and organizations on diversity, equity, and inclusion alongside her husband, Joel. She resides in Philadelphia with her husband and their four children.   About the Host Dr. Lynn E. Swaner is the Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer at ACSI, where she leads initiatives and develops strategies to address compelling questions and challenges facing Christian education. Dr. Swaner serves as a Cardus Senior Fellow and is the co-author or editor of multiple books on Christian education, including Flourishing Together: A Christian Vision for Students, Educators, and Schools and MindShift: Catalyzing Change in Christian Education. Prior to joining ACSI, she served as a professor of education and a Christian school administrator in New York.  

KGI: Innovation in Applied Life Sciences & Healthcare
#152—Dr. James Sterling on the PhD in Applied Life Sciences

KGI: Innovation in Applied Life Sciences & Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 23:15


In this episode of the KGI podcast, one of KGI's founding faculty members, Dr. James Sterling, program director of the PhD in Applied Life Sciences program, discusses his various roles at KGI and talks about the PhD program and the future of a doctorate degree.

Cincy Reformed Podcast
What is Repentance?

Cincy Reformed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 15:13


What does it mean to "Repent"? The Bible gives summary lists of various sins, and they are sins of which mankind is to repent. But how does one repent? Is it a mere, "I'm sorry," as an elder brother might half-heartedly say to a younger sister, when the former is caught taking a toy away from the latter? In this episode, Pastors Brandon and Zac discuss the six "ingredients" of repentance as taught by Puritan Thomas Watson, as well as insights from the Heidelberg Catechism.  For more information, see:  The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson  Redemption Accomplished and Applied by John Murray  The Whole Christ by Sinclair Ferguson 

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - The Theonomy Controversy | with Dr. Joe Boot

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 48:41


In this replay episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel is joined by Dr. Joe Boot from the to discuss Theonomy, its adherents and why so many oppose it, even within the Reformed Tradition. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content like this.

Cincy Reformed Podcast
What is Repentance? (Audio only)

Cincy Reformed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 15:13


What does it mean to "Repent"? The Bible lists various sins, and they are sins of which mankind is to repent. But how does one repent? Is it a mere, "I'm sorry," as an elder brother might say to a younger sister, when the former is caught taking a toy away from the latter? In this episode, Pastors Brandon and Zac discuss the six "ingredients" of repentance as taught by Puritan Thomas Watson, as well as insights from the Heidelberg Catechism.  For more information, see:  The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson  Redemption Accomplished and Applied by John Murray  The Whole Christ by Sinclair Ferguson     

Pure Dog Talk
562 – Applied Structure and Anatomy LIVE in Utah

Pure Dog Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 33:04 Very Popular


Applied Structure and Anatomy LIVE Join the live studio audience with host Laura Reeves at Bonneville Basin Kennel Association to discuss why our dogs are built the way they're built. Laura and members of the audience address structure and why our dogs are built the way they're built. Form and Function go together There are a lot of differences between herding dogs, depending on the type of herding they did, according to AKC judge and Pumi breeder Chris Levy. Tonia Holibaugh Cruz A lot of people think “oh it's a toy dog, structure doesn't matter.” What happens is that as companions, these dogs need to be able to live to 10 or 11 years old and still be able to make it to the food bowl. Your expectations of a Pekingese cannot be the same as your expectations of an Italian Greyhound. Even though they're all toy breeds, their purpose is completely different. The construction is different, therefore their abilities (are different.) Linda Culver A properly constructed Italian Greyhound can be just as sturdy as a Whippet Carma Ewer I love to see a beautiful schnauzer moving around the ring with great reach and drive, but you don't have to have great reach and drive to kill a rate. We are starting to lose some of our other qualities. We have to have strong teeth, muzzle and head to be able to do the job. You need to have good bone, muscle tone, don't want the rat pulling your dog in the hole because it's so weedy. Lydia Hovanski Lyon Tail placement on these terriers is so important. My Fox Terrier, when it goes to ground, and it's pulling out a fox, I have to be able to grab it by the tail and pull it out, to help it. If we can't grab onto those tails, that dog is useless and going to die. With the dogs that are going to ground, it is essential to pick them up by their tail. It's showing they can do the job. Hear more on this topic when host Laura Reeves presents on Form and Function at Breedercon this weekend at the IKC show in Schaumburg, IL. Sign up for the seminars HERE.

Christian Apostolic Center
THE WORD APPLIED: "Experience"

Christian Apostolic Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 5:07


DON'T MISS staying CONNECTED with C.A.C through our FACEBOOK page for current news, updates and even OUR LATEST  SERMON-SERIES POST! It's sure to provide an Apostolic insight and practical application for the born again believer. C.A.C FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/CACFlint/ALSO:Continue to catch up on the latest C.A.C Sermon ON THE ROAD!! Just tune into our local radio station SATURDAY @ 1pm & SUNDAYS @ 2:30 pm on WSNL A.M 600/F.M 106.5. A HUGE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

Valdosta Baptist Church Sermons
The Doctrine of Election Applied

Valdosta Baptist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 40:04


God, Law & Liberty Podcast
S3E72: Bad Theology Applied to Pulpit and Politics

God, Law & Liberty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 22:38


David ends the year with a little help from Alister Begg, Choc Knox Unplugged, and Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance. With their aid, David explains how subjective theology neuters the gospel and brings about a “Christian politic” that smacks more of polytheism than Christianity.Support the show: https://www.factennessee.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hey Frase Podcast
Sorry, But I Loved That Kathy Hilton Applied Lipstick During Mariska Hargitay's People's Choice Awards Speech | Sarah Fraser

Hey Frase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 28:21


David Yontef is on the show, love you all for listening. Our thoughts on Kathy Hilton applying lipstick during Mariska's speech. Rinna sitting next to Kathy and saying it was awkward as hell. Plus, best and worst dressed housewives at the People's Choice Awards Show is sponsored by:    Carawayhome.com use code TSFS for 10% OFF your order at check out   Cosmetic Plastics and Dr. Magge Book Dr. Magge for you mommy makeover, breast implants, botox and more. Mention The Sarah Fraser Show or code Podcast for 10% OFF ALL SERVICES    Dwhittenlaw.com mention Sarah Fraser get 50% off your consultation    Financialgym.com/TSFS use code TSFS to get 20% your first year of membership   Kristilittmanphoto.com - Book Kristi Littman for your wedding photographer   Horizonfibroids.com - Get rid of those nasty fibroids!    Nutrafol.com: use code TSFS for FREE shipping and $15 off   Smartnews App: Download breaking local and national news for FREE   Zocdoc.com/tsfs - Download the Zocdoc App for FREE   Advertise on The Sarah Fraser Show: Contact Laila Kalantari at True Native Media campaigns@truenativemedia.com Got at TIP on 90 Day Fiance, a TLC Show, Welcome To Plathville? Email: thesarahfrasershow@gmail.com Follow me on Tiktok: @thesarahfrasershow Book me on Cameo: cameo.com/sarahfraser Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Self-Funded With Spencer
Entrepreneurship in Autism Therapy - Derek Barrows of Belay On Autism Services

Self-Funded With Spencer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 48:53


Entrepreneurship in Autism Therapy - Derek Barrows of Belay On Autism Services Derek is the Founder and CEO of Belay On Autism Services, which offers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children diagnosed with autism in North Texas. In this episode, Derek shares information about applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy, a widely used approach that focuses on reinforcing positive behaviors and teaching new skills. While ABA has been shown to be effective for many children with autism, it's important to note that it may not be the best fit for every child. In this episode, you'll learn about:

Stressed - The Podcast to Develop your Stress Resilience
Life 2.0 - Emotional Alchemy and the Process of Change [INTERVIEW]

Stressed - The Podcast to Develop your Stress Resilience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 57:19


Interview with Catherine Gagnon. Catherine is a Master NLP Transformational Coach and Mind-Body Practitioner who works with people who are tired of being tired and worried. She can hear, see and feel the emotional and physical "energy leaks" in people and help them "plug" these leaks. As a result, her clients regain sustained physical/emotional energy, recover faster from illnesses, attain mental clarity, self-confidence, feel more at peace with themselves and happier in their relationships. Catherine is also a hang glider pilot, certified as an Applied neurosciences Practitioner and holds a Nurse Practitioner diploma. She's currently pursuing a doctorate in Natural Medicine and studying the Ancient Wisdom of Siddha Veda that stems from Ayurvedic medicine.In this podcast episode you will learn:✨How to make big life decisions✨What are energy leaks✨The 3-step process of change✨Emotional Alchemy: how to transmute feelings✨What is the energy equationEnjoy listening.With gratitude,Julia---SHOWNOTES:Connect with Catherine:www.catherinegagnon.ca/enwww.missionlyme.com/homehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine-gagnon-transformational-coachhttps://www.facebook.com/CatherineGagnon.TransformationalCoachhttps://www.instagram.com/catherinetransformationalcoach/If you wish to book a discovery session with Catherine, follow this link: https://calendly.com/catgagnon/discoverysessiondecouverte-----

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - At What Point Should We Call Someone A Heretic?

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 72:55


Over the next 3 weeks, we are re-releasing some of our favorite episodes. We hope you enjoy! In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon and Dr. James White discuss the recent apostasy of major Christian leaders in the Evangelical Church.

Optimal Health Daily
1983: Classic Money Rules Applied to Time by Joel of 5AMJoel

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 11:02


Joel of 5AM Joel applies classic money rules to time. Episode 1983: Classic Money Rules Applied to Time by Joel of 5AMJoel Joel is a 35-year old living in Los Angeles with his wife and their dog. He was born and raised in Australia and moved to the US when he was 22. About 4 years ago he started getting up every morning at 5am. It started as one of those 30 day challenges, but after the challenge was over, Joel never stopped. He started noticing major improvements in his work, health, relationships and happiness in life. Joel sends out a short daily message at 5am each morning. He writes about happiness, positivity and learning to be a better human. The original post is located here: http://5amjoel.com/money-time-rules/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #207 - David Hamm - Top 6 Considerations for New Property, Big Buck Breakdown, Hunting Cattle Farms, New Lease with Habitat Podcast Land Plan Applied & PA Deer Camp

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 87:45


Habitat Podcast #207 - David Hamm joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbleib to catch up on Dave's big buck success! Brian and Dave are on a new lease this year, and Brian put the HP Land Plan process to the test. Brian and Dave hit the ground running with hard work all Summer and it paid off in a huge way. Congrats again Gents! We cover: Top 6 Considerations for New Property, Top 6 Reasons that helped Dave harvest this mature buck, Big Buck Breakdown - Dave tells us his hunting story and strategy, New Lease Details and Land Plan process, Food Plots with Vitalize Seed, Hunter Access, Pressure, Cattle Farms and Pinch Points, Family PA Deer Camp & Traditions, E-Bike Access and more! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - 5 Doctrines That Stunt Sanctification w The King's Hall

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 89:31


The next 4 weeks we are re-releasing some of our favorite episodes. We hope you enjoy! In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by the hosts of the King's Hall Podcast (Brian Sauvé, Eric Conn, and Dan Berkholder) to discuss a list of 5 doctrines in order of most dangerous to least dangerous. Over the past 20-30 years or so, God sovereignly addressed several false doctrines that were not merely unbiblical, but heretical: Prosperity Gospel, Seeker-Sensitive, Roman Catholicism, & Liberal Theology (Open Theism, Process Theology, Etc). Our prediction is that over the next 20-30 years, God will sovereignly begin to address doctrines that are not necessarily heretical, but still unbiblical and dangerous. In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by the hosts of the King's Hall Podcast to discuss a list 5 doctrines in order of most dangerous to least dangerous. Check out The King's Hall Podcast here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUD3FduoMa8k2-NhsPA4LPg

Lead with Levity
LIGHTEN UP: How Humor Makes the Workplace Better

Lead with Levity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 64:12


This episode is a collaboration with the Laughbox Podcast (sponsored by the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor).Key Takeaways:Why and What is Lead with LevityBenefits of humor at work and for your lifeWays to not taking yourself so seriouslyUnderstanding how humor worksA comedian's perspective on when it is appropriate to use humorHow a little humor can improve your meeting discussionsHumor can heal or can hurtHow to find what brings you joyLifting your mood through the Power of MusicHow to use humor to break through social barriersDiscussing “The Gift of Limits”Support the showDid you have any lightbulb moments while listening? Share it with us on Instagram @leadwithlevity or visit our website leadwithlevity.com so we can talk about it!

Capital Allocators
[REPLAY] - Ana Marshall – Applied Direct Investing at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (Capital Allocators, EP.111)

Capital Allocators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 51:06


Ana Marshall is the Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, where she oversees a $10.5 billion pool of capital. Ana joined Hewlett in 2004 after spending eighteen years as a direct investor in high yield credit, emerging market debt, and international equities. Our conversation covers Ana's lifelong passion for investing, joining the “super buy side,” conducting company meetings to inform the manager selection and allocation process, portfolio structure, manager selection, monitoring and measuring risk, perspectives on peers, internal dynamics, and working through a big mistake. Learn More  Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn  Subscribe to the mailing list  Access Transcript with Premium Membership