Donald Trump has been impeached twice and investigated numerous times since he took office in 2017. However, his opposition has come up empty-handed every time. This week, they finally resorted to a surprise raid, approved by the highest level of the American justice system. Are we seeing a "Russian collusion" part two? Plus, a viral abortion story gets a much-needed fact-check. And why is Mindy Kaling telling young girls to freeze their eggs? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In Episode 291 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses how to participate in Shooting Sports Month and dives deep into some problems with the newly-approved Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Project slated to operated by 2027. SHOW NOTES National Shoot Sports Month: NSSF Governor Youngkin's Shooting Sports Month Proclamation SCC Approves Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Project Virginia Clean Economy Act Dominion Energy: Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind DOE: Wind Energy Impact Virginia Mercury: Not a great time to roll out Dominion's pricey solar tariff Virginia Mercury: Amid global energy price spikes, Dominion customers' bills could rise between 12 and 20 percent Virginia Profile: EIA Virginia's Youngkin supports offshore wind projects; doesn't join Biden coalition WSJ: A Green Logrolling Classic (2018) RTD: SCC backs millions in rate increases for Dominion's offshore wind project Oceanography Magazine: Setting the Context for Offshore Wind Development Effects on Fish and Fisheries June 2022 BOEM Letter from VA Cabinet --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
On todays episode of Future Talk we talk about how the UAE government is all set for a comprehensive digital transformation, with a new federal committee announced on Monday. Approved by the UAE Cabinet, the ‘Higher Committee for Government Digital Transformation' will be chaired by Ohood Khalfan Al Roumi, Minister of State for Government Development and The Future. Listen to #Pulse95Radio in the UAE by tuning in on your radio (95.00 FM) or online on our website: www.pulse95radio.com ************************ Follow us on Social. www.facebook.com/pulse95radio www.twitter.com/pulse95radio www.instagram.com/pulse95radio
In today's podcast, we're going to talk about what SBA approved or eligible means. The Small Business Administration (SBA) offers a variety of loan programs for small businesses. One of the things that SBA does is approve or certify businesses as being eligible for their loans. We will discuss what it means to be SBA approved or certified, and how it can benefit your business. Stay tuned! SBA Search Page: https://www.vettedbiz.com/sba-search-page/ Tired of your job? Thinking of starting or buying a business? Take our Biz Quiz to filter through over 10,000 business opportunities today! https://www.vettedbiz.com/quiz-test/ Need help finding the right franchise? Click here: https://www.vettedbiz.com/franchise-search/ 00:00 Introduction 00:48 What the SBA looks at 02:31 The 7(a) Loan 02:43 SBA 504 Loan 03:18 Other SBA Lending 03:32 Vetted Biz Directory 04:00 Conclusion #SBALoan #FranchiseFindings If you are looking for more information, you can connect with us through our networks: https://www.vettedbiz.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/vettedbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/vettedbiz https://www.tiktok.com/@businessandfranchiseinus
Sohrab is a founder and editor of Compact: A Radical American Journal, and he’s a contributing editor at The American Conservative. He spent nearly a decade at News Corp. — as the op-ed editor of the New York Post and as a columnist and editor with the WSJ opinion pages in New York and London. His books include From Fire, by Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith and The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos. A new voice for a new conservatism, I tried to talk him through how he got to this place — politically and spiritually.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — on whether the free market is actually a tyranny, and how many liberals actually reject democracy, e.g. Brexit — pop over to our YouTube page.Sohrab’s appearance this week is a good excuse to publish a transcript from David French, his great nemesis in conservative circles. Here’s a clip from David’s Dishcast:A reader wrote last week:I know the Sohrab episode isn’t out yet, but judging by his Twitter presence, it’s going to be a real barnburner of sophistry. His latest quips regarding foreign policy are ones that I find to be ignorant, especially his quips at Yascha Mounk. I know you’ve already shot the episode, but I’d suggest you check out the book, The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization. I think it really puts into perspective what American military might has brought to the world (absent, obviously, some of the more glaring blunders), and it might give context, rather than rhetoric, to Sohrab’s arguments.We clashed a little, but I also gave him space and time to explain his own strange journey to this brand of neo-reactionism. In my view, his biography tells you a lot about his need for moral and political “absolutes.” In my book, that makes him close to the opposite of a conservative.If you’re sympathetic to Sohrab’s arguments, send us a comment for next week’s edition: email@example.com. On last week’s episode of the Dishcast, a listener writes:Terrific interview with Larry Summers. Though my politics are thisclose to Summers’, he floated two whoppers in his talk with you.1) His suggestion that the United States and other liberal democracies can “build their ways” out of right-wing authoritarianism with more housing, infrastructure and health care is simply not true. Not even close. The evidence is very clear that the driving force behind right-wing illiberalism is demographics and left-wing illiberalism is culture. Under investment in macro-economic indicators is a problem, to be sure, but it has nothing to do with illiberalism.2) The United States is decidedly not an exporter of inflation. The US dollar is at historic highs, which means foreigners are investing in America and in dollar denominated assets, because Joe Biden’s America represents the “nicest house in a bad neighborhood,” when measured by jobs growth, business investment, private consumption and personal savings.Summers is right that the America Rescue Plan was too generous. But he seems reluctant to consider the historic relevance of the post-WWII era when American inflation was 14% in 1947, 8% in 1948 and -1% in 1949. As in the post-pandemic era, aggregate demand in the late 1940s rebounded a lot faster than supply, and consumers worldwide bid up the prices of scarce goods, services and raw materials.Summers responds:On the reader’s first point, it’s an interesting hypothesis, but my guess is if there were more and better blue-collar jobs, more affordable housing, and more prosperity, there would be less raging populism.On the second point, I don’t agree. The demand from the US has contributed to global bottlenecks. The strong dollar means weak other currencies which adds to their inflation. I have thought much about the post-WWII period, and I doubt it is a good parallel. There was the effect of removing price controls. There were very different expectations under the gold standard and given the recent depression.I agree with my reader on the core cultural question of left over-reach. I suspect Larry does too — but it’s not a subject he’s comfortable with, especially since his Harvard cancellation. Another reader looks to the deepening tribalism on the right:Perhaps you missed it, but I haven’t seen the Dish comment on the Texas GOP platform yet. This surprises me, since the Dish is, in my view, the most important defender of classical liberalism on the web. The platform of the largest state Republican Party in the country can be found here. From the AP’s summary:Approved by 5,000-plus party delegates last weekend in Houston during the party’s biennial convention, the new platform brands President Joe Biden an “acting” commander-in-chief who was never “legitimately elected.” It may not matter who the president is, though, since the platform takes previous language about secession much farther — urging the Republican-controlled legislature to put the question of leaving the United States to voters next year. The platform also says homosexuality is “an abnormal lifestyle choice” …The platform is the guiding document of a political party that has controlled every executive office in Texas since 2002, a state of almost 40 million people. To put this number in perspective: that’s more than twice as many of our fellow citizens who attend college this year and 25 times as many of our fellow Americans who identify as transgender. Texas and Florida lie at the heart of today’s Republican Party, demographically and financially. To ignore what those Republicans stand for is as near-sighted as ignoring how California and New York stand in the vanguard of what the national Democratic Party will stand for a few years out.The platform is an affront to liberalism and an example of the “movement after Trump” that you’ve speculated about. In my view, the movement preceded Trump and will proceed in his aftermath.The extremism was on full display this week in Dallas, as CPAC cheered Viktor Orbàn’s denunciation of marriage equality (which has 71 percent support nationally). I agree it’s creepy and deranged. But so is the postmodern, pro-criminal madness of the CRT/CQT/CGT Democrats — and they run California.On the growing affection for the Hungarian president on the American right, here’s “a Hungarian living under the Orbán regime”:In my mind, he has become popular among Republicans for two reasons:The fundamental problems of Hungarian society (and most of post-communist Europe’s) are not dissimilar to those of the US — at least on the surface. The cultural cleavages between the “globalist elite” and the “deplorables” are similarly wide. Multiculturalism and the markets’ winner-takes-all logic hit these post-communist societies harder than most, because local communities had been extremely weak to begin with: the communists had been suspicious of any organic communities therefore had worked very hard to suppress and eliminate them as much as they could. Capitalism, financialization, globalization and the wholesale urbanization of culture all happened at once when these societies were completely atomized. No wonder many felt that nobody cared about their problems and all they received from the elite was some lecturing on the inevitability of these phenomena. The American society has gotten to a similar stage through a different path, nicely documented by Robert Putnam. Therefore, the US lower-middle class resonates well to the messages developed from a Hungarian experience.Viktor Orbán and his team have made conscious and expensive efforts to reach out to Trump Republicans (word in Budapest is that Arthur Finkelstein and Benjamin Netanyahu were instrumental in this effort). The regime has not spared any money to welcome, wine, and dine second- and third-tear MAGA influencers. They came, got impressed, and spread the word at home. It definitely helped that these tours have been all-inclusive: who would not like to spend a few days in cool and beautiful Budapest — for free? Moreover, they received and continue to receive official respect. This is all the more attractive now that they are far from the halls of power in the US. It should not be surprising that they were all too happy to believe the propaganda that the regime fed them.I am sure I don’t see the full picture on the American side, but these factors seem to be quite important in explaining Orbán’s popularity in the US.One of those American conservatives courted by Orbán is Rod Dreher. A reader defends Rod:I’ve generally agreed with most of your recent output and was pleasantly surprised to read your more-than-lukewarm enthusiasm for a DeSantis administration. However, I think you’re being rather unfair on Twitter to Rod Dreher regarding Orbán and Hungary. First of all, you and Rod clearly agree that the current level of immigration to the US (and the West more generally) is unsustainably high, and that continuing to bring ever larger numbers of culturally, racially, and religiously diverse groups of primarily economic migrants into any country is bound to increase social tension and strain social safety nets. You also agree that this is especially reckless under a regnant elite ideology that constantly denigrates Western cultural traditions, antagonizing the native-born white population while simultaneously promoting the importance of group identity and solidarity for non-whites. It’s a recipe for civilizational suicide.I get that Rod is enamored with Orbán and wants an American president somewhat in that vein, but it’s ridiculous to say that he thinks everything that Orbán does for Hungary will translate well for the US or that he would support every analogous policy here. Rod explicitly denies thinking that in almost every post he writes about Orbán. In addition, Rod is right that racial issues are completely different in the US and Hungary. An ethnically homogeneous country like Hungary that seeks to restrict immigration levels in order to preserve its national character will necessarily exclude most foreign-born members of other racial groups from citizenship. White European countries that do this (and are explicit about their motivations for doing this) should not be held to a different standard than non-white, non-European countries such as Japan that do this (and are also explicit about their motivations for doing this). It is perfectly reasonable for Hungarians to look at the recent experience of Western Europe and decide that they don’t want to establish another Molenbeek in suburban Budapest. Excluding prospective immigrants for any reason is in no way comparable to committing atrocities against long-resident minority populations like the ongoing Uyghur genocide in China.Furthermore, the meat of the argument Orbán makes surrounding his objectionable Camp of the Saints reference reads to me as in the same vein as Douglas Murray’s thesis in his masterful anti-Merkelian philippic The Strange Death of Europe, the main difference being that Murray’s perspective is that of the tragic observer, while Orbán obviously has the ability to devise government policies in line with his views. And Murray was on your podcast recently.In this speech, Orbán, like Murray, is not primarily attacking the migrants themselves, but rather the European political class that constantly ignores its constituents’ wishes on the matter of immigration levels and sources, and that will not be satisfied until every EU country “diversifies” itself by accepting large numbers of Third World migrants. The same could almost be said about Raspail’s book, The Camp of the Saints, which, despite its disgustingness, provides a useful indictment of a decadent and self-loathing Western elite that is unwilling to fight to preserve its cultural heritage. Indeed, Murray, Orbán, and Raspail would essentially all endorse the same policy outcome (complete moratorium, or at least severe restriction, of non-European immigration) for essentially the same reason (desire to preserve historic character and culture of their societies). They only really differ in their level of empathy for the non-European migrants, with Murray capable of recognizing their individual humanity, Orbán treating them more as an impersonal force of nature to be repelled, and Raspail viewing them with racist contempt as a demonic horde who the last “heroes” of the West will die fighting against. None of them view chronic Third World immiseration as the West’s problem to solve, least of all by allowing the impoverished masses to indefinitely relocate to Europe.The Covid era showed that Western countries do indeed have the means to control their borders when necessary. But their ruling classes do not think that voters’ preferences for less immigration — tainted as they must be by ignorance, “xenophobia” and “racism” — are a good enough reason to actually enforce their laws. And even restrictionist-leaning administrations have trouble following through with policies that inevitably appear heartless towards those who seek shelter in the West, because each individual migrant often has a generally sympathetic story and by himself wouldn’t pose a great burden on the receiving society. Yet unfortunately the annual influx of millions of these individuals does strain Western countries, and sometimes tough choices must be made. It seems like an unfortunate reality that it takes someone who is otherwise unpalatable like Orbán to actually enforce immigration restrictions these days. I know I’d vastly prefer someone clear-eyed (even cold-hearted) and competent like him in charge of our southern border over Biden or even Trump.Lastly, it’s one thing to criticize Orbán for the specific comments he made in the speech, but your continuing guilt-by-association smears of Rod are just lazy. I could analogously indict you on the same topic — not for anything you’ve specifically said or written, but that, say, “I heard Andrew Sullivan did a friendly podcast with Ann Coulter where he largely agreed with her about our current immigration issues… In a recent article she wrote ‘(insert egregiously inflammatory sentence stripped of any context)’… Coulter also endorsed articles that were published on the website of an SPLC-certified hate group… Ergo Andrew Sullivan endorses white nationalism.” On his blog, Rod clearly and repeatedly says he disagrees with the anti-“race-mixing” language, especially as applied to America and other multiracial societies, and admits that The Camp of the Saints is a racist novel that shouldn’t be praised the way Orbán did. But those demerits don’t invalidate Orbán’s main argument. He can be “racist” by American standards and still right about the overall immigration strategy that is best for Hungary.I know you despise Orbán, and Rod rankles you with some of his posts that deploy a knee-jerk “think of the children” outrage regarding gay and trans news. But you’re better than stooping to insinuations of racism against him personally, especially when you’re pretty much on the same page regarding the challenges that mass immigration poses for the West. Not sure if it’s something you could hash out with him on a podcast or if tensions are too high, but it could be productive for both of you. Thanks for these comments, which I don’t disagree with much. I haven’t called Rod a racist, and don’t think he is. The trouble for me lies less in his defense of Orbanism than of Orbán himself — to the point of becoming a near p.r. spokesman for this authoritarian. The only moment I have actually called Rod out was when he insinuated without evidence that a gay man with monkeypox may have raped a toddler to explain why the kid came down with the disease. Rod withdrew the remark. It’s also perplexing that he shares my disgust at Camp of the Saints but finds nothing significant in Orbán’s belief that the book is “outstanding.” At some point, the rationalization has to stop. Another reader wants me to be less productive with Rod:Please, please, Andrew! Do an old-fashioned fisking already! Dreher is totally unhinged! For example: I’m not saying gays are Nazis, but …Or pick any of his recent articles. Twenty bullet points for defending the “race mixing” comment! Gays didn’t exist forever before Diaghilev! Libraries are groomers! They are so so far beyond. And if you try to comment, you are deleted or told you are doing “whataboutism.”Best not to use the term “fisking” around Rod. From a reader who loves pluralism and cultural diversity:I have trouble understanding why people in the US have trouble with newcomers. Maybe because my dad and maternal grandparents were immigrants, I have a closer view. In my 76 years, I can’t even begin to tell you what I have learned from folks who are NOT like me: black people, immigrants from a whole lot of places in the world, plus their children. I think people who are afraid of being “replaced” have to have some deep-seated insecurity that I don’t understand. For Tucker Carlson to spout the garbage that he does to get ratings is just scary to me, because it seems to help unleash the worst in people. And believe me, it’s not just a color divide. My Polish dad and Italian mom were subject to all kinds of discrimination and harassment, but it was much easier for them to assimilate because they were white and certainly much easier for their children. My life is so much fuller because not everyone I know and care about looks, acts, or thinks the same. Including you!I’ve long lived in highly diverse places and love it. But I’m not a typical human being, and the desire to live among “people like you” is so deeply ingrained in human nature it deserves respect in public policy. I’m pro-immigrant, but the pace and scale of migration right now is far beyond what a country needs to retain a sense of itself, its history and identity. We’re at a century-high peak of immigration; and we could do with a respite for cultural and social cohesion. “A long-time subscriber, first-time correspondent” has some guest recommendations for the Dishcast: One theme I’ve particularly enjoyed on your podcast is faith and secularism in the contemporary world. I’m writing to suggest several thinkers who could bring a lot to that discussion.First is the eminent philosopher Charles Taylor, the most important living Canadian intellectual. While he’s contributed to many branches of thought, his book A Secular Age transformed the study of religious faith in the modern world. He’s also interested in the concept of multiculturalism and has stood up against efforts in Quebec to stop Muslim women from wearing the hijab. His political stance is more communitarian than liberal, though, and he’s had fascinating dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and other thinkers.Another suggestion is the Anglican theologian and philosopher John Milbank. As a founder of the Radical Orthodoxy movement, he’s taken on liberalism more directly, but I think the two of you could have a very constructive conversation about it. He would also have really interesting — and maybe provocative — things to say about continental philosophy (he has coauthored books with Slavoj Žižek!), Brexit, and the future of Western political systems.Finally, I’d recommend the Protestant theologian James (Jamie) K. A. Smith, a philosophy professor at Calvin University. He’s written many books on Christianity in the contemporary world, drawing especially on postmodern philosophy. He is particularly interested in how Christian intellectuals can engage with contemporary art and literature, and is editor-in-chief of the journal Image.I actually read A Secular Age in its entirety a couple of years ago. It’s magisterial but bloated: two words I’m not sure work on a podcast. But thanks for the other suggestions. Next up, a reader with some personal advice:I wanted to tell you something based upon a comment you made discussing your testosterone shots. Get Biote pellets. I did, and I don’t have the ups and downs. You get them put in every 4-6 months, depending on how active you are with exercise and sex. I work out every day, so I get them replaced at the 4-month mark. It’s also referred to as hormone replacement therapy. I used to use the cream daily, but I felt like s**t every morning until I put the cream on again. I have no ups and downs now, and my levels stay around 1,200. You can do less if you want, but man, I feel great for months at a time and it’s not that expensive. One more reader:You linked to an interesting piece by Lisa Selin Davis with the teaser, “What if ‘life-saving care’ for trans kids is really more about cosmetic passing?” Yes, it does seem like transitioning is mostly cosmetic. I wonder if trans advocates would support men who want to take testosterone for bodybuilding. What about professional sports, to get a competitive edge? What about Olympic sports? Any thoughts?I’m not against adult men using steroids to get bigger and hotter. Au contraire. I’m not against trans adults using any safe, pharmaceutical methods to “pass” more easily. I’m against using these very powerful substance on children without extremely careful vetting and an expansive mental health assessment. Yes, transing them before puberty could make them more likely to pass as adults — but I don’t believe most are mature enough to make that kind of decision at that age, especially when it may guarantee them sterility and, in some cases, an inability to experience orgasm ever. Keep the dissents and other comments coming: firstname.lastname@example.org. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
A neurostimulation device has been cleared for post-C-section pain; a new plaque psoriasis treatment; the FDA address the contrast agent shortage; Lucentis biosimilar treatment is approved; and the recall for an over-the-counter laxative is expanded.
The Christian Nerd Podcast is back and experiencing minimal progress. Scott starts the show by talking about his week camping and the end of the summer. He discusses his excited about Andor in Approved for All Audiences. Nerd News has stories about She-Hulk's new night, Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn, and all craziness at Warner Bros. Discovery. With Batwoman getting shelved, Scott has a Countdown of other comic book movies that shouldn't have made it to the theater. And In Jesus Time, he talks about our desire to shelve our mistakes and live like they didn't happen. Show Notes Intro - 0:00 "Isn't it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?” - L.M. Montgomery Approved for All Audiences - 5:03 Andor trailer Nerd News - 7:59 She-Hulk dropping on Thursdays Alien TV series begins filming next year Lady Gaga is Harley Quinn Warner Bros. Discovery Countdown - 14:52 Jesus Time - 22:57 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 Goodbye - 30:41 Be sure to check out The Christian Nerd Like The Christian Nerd on Facebook Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and leave a comment Or use our RSS Feed to subscribe: http://thechristiannerd.libsyn.com/rss Follow The Christian Nerd on Twitter Follow Scott on Twitter Support The Christian Nerd on Patreon Email Scott at Scott@TheChristianNerd.com to get added to The Octagon. Thanks to Nick for The Christian Nerd theme music.
Approval for the renaming of the religious group widely known as the Unification Church can be attributed to former Japanese Education Minister Hakubun Shimomura, a former bureaucrat said Friday.
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14 states now approved for State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI). The new version of the SSBCI program provides a combined $10 billion to states, the District of Columbia, territories, and Tribal governments to empower small businesses to access capital needed to invest in job-creating opportunities as the country emerges from the pandemic. The funds will also support recipient jurisdictions in promoting American entrepreneurship and democratizing access to startup capital across the country, including in underserved communities. Connect and watch live on Facebook: http://bit.ly/SheBossTalkShow Subscribe to our YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/SheBossTalkYouTube Subscribe to our Podcast https://anchor.fm/shebosstalk Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shebosstalk Follow us on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/shebosstalk Opportunities to be part of the Show She Boss Talk Show Guest - Apply bit.ly/SBTShowGuests She Boss Talk Ambassador - Apply bit.ly/SBTAmbassador She Boss Talk Author Spotlight - Apply bit.ly/SBTAuthorSpotlight She Boss Talk Product Reviews - Apply bit.ly/SBTPRoductReview She Boss Sponsorship - Submit http://bit.ly/SBTSponsors Visit us at www.shebosstalk.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shebosstalk/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shebosstalk/support
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SubmitHub is one of the most divisive topics among musicians… Some love it, some are ambivalent, and others hate it. I happen to fall on the “love it” side - not only because I recognize its value as a promotional tool in any artist's toolbelt, but also because I understand how to use the platform and can often get above-average results when running a SubmitHub campaign. Most artists who dislike SubmitHub are unhappy because their music was rejected. Fortunately, that's typically not SubmitHub's fault. It's a classic case of shooting the messenger. You see, if these artists took the time to learn how to use the tool that is SubmitHub, they would experience better results on their campaigns. If you want to improve your SubmitHub results, this episode is for you. Listen now to learn how to get higher approval rates on your next submission! What you'll learn: How the new changes to SubmitHub affect your submissionsWhy you aren't getting approved on SubmitHubThe most common mistakes artists make on SubmitHubChoosing the right blogs and playlists to submit toThe right way to handle feedback on SubmitHubHow to submit on SubmitHubHow to get more SubmitHub approvalsStandard vs. premium credits on SubmitHub For full show notes, visit https://bandhive.rocks/140
(00:00) Fred, Rich and Wallach continue to react to the big news of the morning, which is MA lawmakers passing the long awaited sports betting bill. (11:23) The Sports Hub's very own Bankroll Boy, Joe Murray, joins Toucher & Rich to share his thoughts on Massachusetts lawmakers legalizing sports gambling. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
A new MP3 sermon from Faith Baptist Tabernacle is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Paul: In All Things Approved Speaker: Mike Rodgers Broadcaster: Faith Baptist Tabernacle Event: Sunday - PM Date: 7/31/2022 Bible: 2 Corinthians 6:4-10 Length: 55 min.
(00:00) Fred, Rich and Wallach continue to react to the big news of the morning, which is MA lawmakers passing the long awaited sports betting bill. (11:23) The Sports Hub's very own Bankroll Boy, Joe Murray, joins Toucher & Rich to share his thoughts on Massachusetts lawmakers legalizing sports gambling. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
After spending over 20-years as a celebrity esthetician, Angela Caglia became fed up with the subpar products on the market. Thus, inspiring the creation of her namesake brand, Angela Caglia. The brand focuses on providing products with clean ingredients, clinical expertise, and transformative results.In today's episode, Angela gives insight into her career and brand inspired by European skincare principles and explains Barbra Streisand's influence behind the brand.Angela also shares:Her thoughts on starting a brand in your 40sHow she allocates her time for running a brand while continuing to provide esthetician servicesThe brand's most successful marketing initiativesThe brand's approach to balancing DTC and retail partnershipsYou'll also hear about what's next for Angela and the brand.This episode is sponsored by AttentiveAttentive is a personalized text message marketing platform that lets you communicate with your customers in real-time, engage them with timely campaigns, and help your business drive revenue.Thousands of brands like CB2, Pura Vida, and Coach have created magical customer experiences and driven over 20% of their online revenue using Attentive-powered personalized text messages. And you, too, can turn SMS into one of your top-three revenue channels in just a few months. Visit attentivemobile.com/wavebreak to learn how you can try it for free.This episode is also brought to you by WavebreakLeading direct-to-consumer brands hire Wavebreak to turn email marketing into a top revenue driver.Most eCommerce brands don't email right... and it costs them. At Wavebreak, our eCommerce email marketing agency helps qualified stores recapture 6-7 figures of lost revenue each year.From abandoned cart emails to Black Friday campaigns, our best-in-class team of email specialists manage the entire process: strategy, design, copywriting, coding, and testing. All aimed at driving growth, profit, brand recognition, and most importantly, ROI.Curious if Wavebreak is right for you? Reach out at Wavebreak.co
This series were originally released in 2018 and 2019 for subscribers on our Patreon page. The episodes are now available freely for all, but have not been edited. The first episode of our Patreon-exclusive podcast series Exploring the NQS discusses Element 1.1.1 of the National Quality Standard, "Approved learning framework". Element description: Curriculum decision-making contributes to each child's learning and development outcomes in relation to their identity, connection with community, wellbeing, confidence as learners and effectiveness as communicators.
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, 1789. Originally written by the Marquis de Lafayette, heavily edited by Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès. Approved by the National Assembly of France, August 26, 1789 The representatives of the French people, organized as a National Assembly, believing that the ignorance, neglect, or contempt of the rights […]
Part of the 101 Ash Street saga is settled, and the city of San Diego will take ownership of the building. The San Diego City Council voted 6-3 Tuesday to settle the city's lawsuits over leases for 101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza. Watchdog reporter Jeff McDonald explains.
It's In the News! The tops diabetes stories this week include: Australian scientists say they have a new way to restore insulin production using an existing and approved drug, Tandem rolls out bolus by phone for wider release and acquires Capillary Biomedical, an infusion set maker. Dexcom adds Spanish as a language option for the G6, a necklace is said to be able to monitor glucose levels and Netflix's Purple Hearts focuses on type 1 medical costs as a plot point. Learn more about the T1D Exchange: https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM* Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days. XX In the news is brought to you by T1D Exchange! T1D Exchange is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving outcomes for the entire T1D population. https://t1dexchange.org/stacey/ XX Australian scientists say they have a new way to restore insulin production in pancreatic cells, using a drug that's already approved for use in humans. In lab experiments on pancreatic stem cells from donors with type 1 diabetes, the team was able to activate them to begin expressing insulin by exposing them to a drug compound known as GSK126. These cells don't normally produce insulin, but the drug let them functionally step into the shoes of the beta cells that had stopped working. In principle, a single course of this kind of drug over a few days could replace the need for regular insulin shots in diabetics. The new treatment would work much faster, within a matter of days, and without the need for surgery. But perhaps the biggest advantage is that GSK126 is already approved by the US FDA and elsewhere in the world as a treatment for cancer. Its safety profile is already being assessed in clinical trials, which could reduce hurdles down the road for its use against diabetes. That said, the scientists caution that it is still very early days. These experiments were conducted on cells in culture – not even in animals yet – so there's still plenty of work to do. Nevertheless, it remains an intriguing new possible tool. https://newatlas.com/medical/diabetes-breakthrough-insulin-production-existing-drug/ XX Couple of big announcements from Tandem Diabetes this week. They've widened the roll out of their Mobile Bolus feature, now open to all customers with in-warranty tslim x2 pumps and compatible smart phones. Approved earlier this year, it has been available for a few weeks to a small group of users. https://www.tandemdiabetes.com/products/software-apps/tconnect-mobile XX Tandem also announced it acquired infusion set developer Capillary Biomedical, an infusion set maker. To quote the press release: Capillary Biomedical's unique extended wear infusion set technology is currently in development and not commercially available. The company designed its SteadiFlow seven-day-wear infusion set technology to significantly extend patient wear time to a week and maintain insulin stability. Capillary Biomedical received FDA investigational device exemption for the platform in January of this year. https://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/tandem-diabetes-acquires-capillary-biomedical-infusion/ XX Dexcom is launching their G6 mobile app in Spanish. It is estimated that 11.8% of U.S. Latino adults have diagnosed diabetes. Dexcom says, “ “Launching the Dexcom G6 app in Spanish is a positive step toward improving health equity for individuals with diabetes who primarily speak Spanish.” To access the Dexcom G6 mobile app in Spanish, users need to install the latest version of the app and set their compatible iOS (v1.10.1) or Android (v1.10.0) smartphone* language to Spanish (any dialect/region). The app will automatically display in Spanish as long as the phone language is set to Spanish. XX Big issue for a diabetes app in the UK. CamAps FX is an automated insulin delivery system that works with Dexcom and Tandem. But Google has blocked it from the Play Store and won't let it send text message alerts. Camdiab, the company behind it, is having to send the messages via another service and pay for each one individually. Google said it doesn't allow any apps, other than the designated text message app on a device, to send SMS messages. CamAps FX spent 15 years in development by experts at Cambridge University and was the first system of its kind to be recommended by the NHS for use by children from the age of one, and pregnant people. We'll see if the court of public opinion has any sway on what happens here. https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-62184812 XX Should we get excited about a new smart necklace said to measure glucose in sweat? Ohio State University recently presented the necklace, which has a clasp and pendant with biochemical sensors installed on the back so that when placed around the neck, it could capture the sweat and analyze glucose, serotonin, sodium, potassium, and hydrogen levels. In one experiment where people cycled and drank sugary drinks, the sweat measured the increased glucose levels with a 98.9% accuracy. They didn't really say what that means, though. Long way to go here but interesting idea. https://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/38989/20220726/smart-necklace-track-wearers-health-status-98-9-accuracy-using.htm XX The T1D Exchange Registry is a research study conducted online over time, designed to foster innovation and improve the lives of people with T1D. The platform is open to both adults and children with T1D living in the U.S. Personal information remains confidential and participation is fully voluntary. Once enrolled, participants will complete annual surveys and have the opportunity to sign up for other studies on specific topics related to T1D. The registry aims to improve knowledge of T1D, accelerate the discovery and development of new treatments and technologies, and generate evidence to support policy or insurance changes that help the T1D community. By sharing opinions, experiences and data, patients can help advance meaningful T1D treatment, care and policy. The registry is now available on the T1D Exchange website and is simple to navigate, mobile and user-friendly. For more information or to register, go to www.t1dregistry.org/stacey XX A new Netflix movie featuring type 1 is getting a lot of attention: Called Purple Hearts, it tells the story of Aspiring singer-songwriter Cassie Salazar (Sofia Carson). The synopsis says: Chasing her dreams isn't exactly easy when she's juggling multiple jobs and trying to keep her Type I diabetes at bay. Raised by an immigrant single mother and navigating a cruel health-care system, Cassie has seen how the “Land of the Free” has been everything but for people like her. After learning that Marine spouses get full health benefits and extra pay, Cassie comes up with an idea to marry one. Although the marriage is temporary, their true feelings for each other are revealed when an unexpected tragedy sends her now husband home earlier than expected. I've reached out to the film makers. We'll see if this one gets type 1 right.. but it sounds like they understand some of the health care system. XX Next week I'm talking to Jeff Ryan, who was diagnosed with type 1 as a little kid back in 1971. He also lives with an essential tremor, and was one of the first people to have brain surgery for it. Which was very successful. The long format episode out right now is with Sebastien Sassville who tals about completed the race across America – a coast to coast cycling race in just 12 days. Listen wherever you get your podcasts That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.
Two lower mainland men arrested and charged in murder of Ripudaman Singh Malik Gurpreet Singh, Author for the Georgia Straight discusses the arrests and rumors surrounding the murder of Ripudaman Singh Malik. Malik was acquitted in the 2005 trial surrounding the 1985 Air India bombings, which killed 331 people. How will Kitsilano's social housing impact the community? Cheryl Grant, Spokesperson for the Kitsilano Coalition raises concerns that the community of Kitsilano has over social housing developments throughout the neighbourhood. What are the issues with Kitsilano's social housing development? Colleen Hardwick, Vancouver City Councillor and Director of Metro Vancouver Regional District discusses why she is opposed to the Kitsilano social housing development. The repercussions of clearing Tent City Jean Swanson, Vancouver City Councillor and Alternate Director of the Metro Vancouver Regional District discusses why police and fire departments clearing Vancouver's DTES's tent city may not be a wise decision. Should New West keep the moniker “Royal City”? Daniel Fontaine, New Westminster resident and City Council candidate for the Progressives says if elected, he will move to keep the New West moniker of "Royal City" amid calls to drop the nickname. Hockey Canada's history with allegations of sexual assault Laura Robinson, Independent Film Maker, Journalist, and Author of "Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada's National Sport" has been following the recent allegations of sexual assault within Hockey Canada & has been writing about the issue since the 1990s. She joins us to discuss what needs to change within Hockey Canada.
Hunter & Ryan talk through sone personal and medical issues that people may think will prevent them from obtaining benefits like insurance. At McIntyre Financial, we are used to uncomfortable conversations. Schedule your free consultation today at 704-218-9223. #Diabetes #life #insurance #lifeinsurance #money #attorney #agent
Welcome back to Bri Books! If you're new to the show, leave a review of Bri Books on Apple Podcasts, and listen to Bri Books on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and SoundCloud! Please tell me where you're traveling to by using #bribooks on Instagram and subscribe to the Bri Books newsletter at bribookspod.com/newsletter. It's July, and we are approaching high summer! I kicked off the season with a travel “bang”—a work trip to Johannesburg, South Africa for 9 days, during which I put my international skincare routine to the test. In this episode, I'm walking you through my 9 summer skincare essentials, AKA my summer skincare ‘empties.' Listen to my recent episode about your 6 Travel Essentials for a Summer Holiday! 1:40 - Paula's Choice Omega + Complex Cleansing Balm (Sephora, Paula's Choice) - This luxe cleansing balm melts away everything from sunscreen to makeup as the lather transforms from an opaque liquid into a soapy, oily balm. This Paula's Choice cleanser got me through my travels in Johannesburg, and I love that it leaves my skin clean without feeling stripped. Trust me, when you're traveling, this is the cleanser you'll want by your side to help you wash the day away. 3:45 - Farmacy Sweet Apple Meltaway Makeup Cleansing Balm (Sephora, Farmacy) - I love to use this cleansing balm in the mornings while in the shower. It gently melts away makeup (especially eye makeup) and helps to remove excess oil from the skin. I like to use this on dry skin and slowly add water to build up the lather. 5:15 - Caudalie Beauty Elixir (Sephora, Caudalie)- Caudalie Beauty Elixir has been part of my holy grail travel kit for years, and it's a definitive summer travel essential. The 50 mL bottle of this stuff is perfect for travel, as it's below TSA carry-on liquid limits, and no inflight experience is complete without a super hydrating and luxe misting moment. I sometimes pair it with The Heritage Store rosewater, which is another year-round staple and summer travel favorite for infusing instant moisture into the skin. 6:15 - Caudalie Reservatrol Lift Face Lifting Soft Cream (Sephora, Caudalie) - I love traveling with the Caudalie Reservatrol Lift Soft Cream as my decadent, almost pillowy moisturizer of choice. Airplanes dry my skin out desperately, and I find my skin can get easily irritated if not moisturized properly. when I travel, I try to keep the Reservatrol Lift Soft Cream in my handbag. It's packed with ingredients like reservatrol and hyaluronic acid, which leave the skin feeling soft and deeply moisturized. 8:00 - Saje Natural Wellness Calm-o-Mile Face Oil - This winner from Saje is formulated for people with sensitive skin. Blended with blue chamomile, evening primrose, and camellia. I always feel like I'm doing a face-plant into a meadow of medicinal flowers every time I apply this product, which is why I run out so quickly. I use it as the final step in my skincare routine when traveling. The blue chamomile reduces the appearance of dryness, and primrose is high in omega-6 fatty acids. When used as part of my nighttime treatment, Calm-o-Mile leaves my face feeling lush the next morning! 9:30 - Pura d'Or Rosehip Seed Oil - I use organic oils to moisturize my skin after bathing. I love to use Pura d'or Rosehip Seed Oil, as rosehip oil helps to rejuvenate dry skin and improve moisture. Rosehip seed oil restores PH balance to soothe skin and also helps with scalp health. If you want your skin to be moisturized but not oily-slick, Pura d'Or's rosehip seed oil is for you. 11:05 - Lush Cosmetics Ro's Argan Body Conditioner - This body conditioner is scented with argan oil, rose absolute, and cupachu butter. I add a dollop of Ro's Argan to a few drops of the reship seed oil, mix, and apply it to my skin after showering. 12:15 - Bonus: Lush Posh Chocolate body wash - This is the perfect pampering post-travel shower companion. How can you feel tired after showering and emerging smelling like chocolate?! This body wash is a great product to use when you're back on your home turf following an adventurous travel season. 13:37 - Bonus: The travel Dopp kit from Soho Skin - This Dopp kit comes with a cleanser, face cream, renewal serum, eye balm, lip cream, shaving gel, and more! It's definitely the travelers' skincare essential, inspired by the global Soho House community. The products are exclusive to Soho House bedrooms around the world, but I got my hands on a kit and tried it on while on longhair flights between New York City and South Africa. The face cream, shaving gel, lip balm, and eye balm were the stand-out products, and the chic Dopp kit case is perfect for catching all of your skincare needs. When you travel, what are your essentials? is there a lip balm you can't leave the zip code without? Show me on Instagram at Bri Books! If you're new to the show, leave a review of Bri Books on Apple Podcasts, and listen to Bri Books on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and SoundCloud! Please tell me where you're traveling to by using #bribooks on Instagram and subscribe to the Bri Books newsletter at bribookspod.com/newsletter.
This week's Stills disease Journal Club features expert discussants Drs. Olga Petryna, Daniel Lovell, Hermine Brunner and Jack Cush. Journal articles reviewed includes: - CONSIDER Trial. Canakinumab for Treatment of Adult-Onset Still's Disease. Kedor C. Ann Rheum Dis 2020 Aug;79:1090-1097 https://bit.ly/3coPFg0 - TENDER Trial. Tocilizumab in systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis. De Benedetti F. N Engl J Med. 2012 Dec 20;367:2385-95 https://bit.ly/3uXFq8Q
More helipads have been approved for Aotea Great Barrier and Waiheke islands despite community opposition. Locals are frustrated at the rate consents are being granted and aim to increase their lobbying of Auckland Council. Phil Pennington reports
Jacob Goins breaks down the news of Auburn approving new upgrades to Plainsman Park, adding new seating down the first base line, behind right field, and atop of the Green Monster. He discusses why this is important for fans and for Auburn to keep Butch Thompson as the Head Coach. Jacob then plays his interview with "Mr. College Football" Tony Barnhart from SEC Media Days last week. ESPN released an article breaking down college football schedules from across the country, Jacob dives into it and tells you what category Auburn falls under. All that and more on the Tuesday edition of On the Line.
A video game was approved by FDA for children with ADHD, Fall out Guys has competition, Kojima is upset, reaction to the Netflix Day Shift trailer, and much more.
A bipartisan group of senators reached a deal on Wednesday to reform a federal law and prevent a future presidential candidate from overturning the will of the people and the result of a valid presidential election. Two Texas men were indicted on Wednesday in connection to the deadliest known case of alleged smugglers taking migrants across the U.S.-Mexico border. The indictment comes as record numbers of migrants are crossing into the U.S. illegally. The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday moved a bill banning assault weapons forward but it's unclear if the legislation has enough support to pass a floor vote. Ivana Trump, the 1980s style icon and businesswoman who helped Donald Trump build the empire that put him on a road toward the White House, lived a “beautiful life,” the former president recalled as loved ones paid final respects to her Wednesday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When it comes to employment and tax regulation, state laws are literally all over the map. But for the many organizations who have determined remote or hybrid works best for them, compliance across state laws is crucial. ▬ Episode Resources & Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ What Employers Need to Know About Withholding | HR Party of One https://youtu.be/mV8WvMStr90 (https://youtu.be/mV8WvMStr90) What Is Reciprocity for State Income Tax? | The Balance https://www.thebalance.com/what-is-reciprocity-for-state-income-tax-3193330 (https://www.thebalance.com/what-is-reciprocity-for-state-income-tax-3193330) How to Hire Independent Contractors | HR Party of One https://youtu.be/vFv3zyWo-HY (https://youtu.be/vFv3zyWo-HY) State by State: Paid Sick Leave | SHRM https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/employment-law/pages/state-local-paid-sick-leave-chart.aspx (https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/employment-law/pages/state-local-paid-sick-leave-chart.aspx) Overtime Threshold: What is it and How Does it Work? | HR Party of One https://youtu.be/ng8L7vA_oTI (https://youtu.be/ng8L7vA_oTI) Is Overtime Calculated Daily or Weekly? | HR Party of One https://youtu.be/GGbmvnITsrU (https://youtu.be/GGbmvnITsrU) Find us at https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/ (https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/) BerniePortal: The all-in-one HRIS that makes building a business & managing its people easy. http://bit.ly/2NEQ5Qb (http://bit.ly/2NEQ5Qb) What is an HRIS? https://bit.ly/what-is-an-hris (https://bit.ly/what-is-an-hris) BernieU: Your free one-stop shop for compelling, convenient, and comprehensive HR training and courses that will keep you up-to-date on all things human resources. Approved for SHRM & HRCI recertification credit hours. Enroll today! https://university.bernieportal.com/ (https://university.bernieportal.com/) The HR Party of One Blog https://blog.bernieportal.com/en/hr-party-of-one?hsCtaTracking=b3b92578-8739-4cfd-b1ca-97b75053c111%7Cfc88f7d2-eafe-4e2f-b269-3cd9d1d6950c (https://blog.bernieportal.com/en/hr-party-of-one?hsCtaTracking=b3b92578-8739-4cfd-b1ca-97b75053c111%7Cfc88f7d2-eafe-4e2f-b269-3cd9d1d6950c) Join the HR Party of One LinkedIn Group! https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12527070/ (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12527070/) Mentioned in this episode: Payroll by BerniePortal Learn how BerniePortal can revolutionize the way you manage HR. Watch a demo of our all-in-one benefits administration and HR software. https://hrpartyofone.captivate.fm/https-bit-ly-bernieportalpayroll (Payroll by BerniePortal)
Time Stamps: 01:00 Panel Intros 05:00 NEW Report suggests that Platinum Games has approached Microsoft to work on another Xbox Exclusive game, should Xbox take the bait?? 30:00 Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels DLC drops today and its looking like ANOTHER win for Playground Games, PLUS As Dusk Falls is getting INCREDIBLE reviews! 58:00 The "Debate" rages on RE: The Last Of Us Remake being worth $70, the panel discusses why it NOT! 1:12:00 Will the Activision/Blizzard deal be signed, sealed and delivered as soon as August 2022? That's the BIG question the panel will tackle on the last topic of the show! 2:15:00 Panel Outros and Special Message to the Community! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craig-ravitch/support
Weed is legal now in Connecticut, and 16 cultivators have been granted the green light to start production. Chaz and AJ spoke with their weed guy, Joe LaChance, who explained that all of these places had to pay $3 million up front, before growing even a single plant. (0:00) School shootings are terrifyingly commonplace in the United States, and one Connecticut town is not waiting around to be next. Avon PD Lt. John Schmalberger talked about the training the entire department will be doing, to avoid a situation like the one in Uvalde, Texas. (12:10) Movie critics don't always get it right, and no one knows that better than movie critic Joe Meyers. He was on to share five examples of movies critics either loved or hated, only to be proven wrong. (20:43) Image Credit: SEASTOCK / iStock / Getty Images Plus
Feature Film: Jaws (1975). Other films discussed: Mystery Alaska (1999), Bruce Almighty (2003), Ace Ventura 2 (1995), Man on the Moon (1999), Ghostbusters (1984), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). Comedian and mascot Ruben Escobedo III has two podcasts about movies: Kid Tested, Mother Approved and Into the Sandlerverse. But that's not enough time spent talking about movies. He wants MORE. Have no fear, Mixtape is here! We chat with Ruben about his favorite creature feature, the bloodiest summer blockbuster to ever almost kill George Lucas. We also talk about many other Ruben favs, and we hear some great stories, including a heartwarming tale about Christopher Lloyd, and many fun stories about Ruben's dad. This episode is dedicated with loving memory to Ruben's father, Ruben Escobedo Jr. Follow Ruben Escobedo III on Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok Follow BYOP: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook Become a treasured kernel in the BYOP bucket over on PATREON! For as little as $3 a month, you'll get access to exclusive photos, videos, polls, merch, a sense of buttery community, and more! MUSIC: Adult Problems by Richard and the Julians Copyright Richard and the Julians 2015; Popcorn Frog by MC Chris Copyright mc chris llc 2013. "Jaws" Theme Song Remix from Remix Maniacs 2019. BYOP Logo by @MilkMyth.
On the Local News Roundup, the governor signs the budget into law while vetoing other recent legislation. He also lifts the COVID-19 state of emergency beginning in August. And, the nation's new poet laureate teaches at Queens.
The Christian Nerd Podcast is back and trying to find something new. Scott starts the show by talking about his week and getting ready for some vacation. He looks at some trailers, including one for The Rings of Power, in Approved for All Audiences. Nerd News has stories about directors for Captain America 4 and Lilo and Stitch. Scott discusses Dune in Reading Rainbow. In The List, he talks about a list of the 50 most essential science fiction novels. And In Jesus Time, Scott talks about opening ourselves up to new ways to experience God. Show Notes Intro - 0:00 "It is so shocking to find out how many people do not believe that they can learn, and how many more believe learning to be difficult.” - Frank Herbert Approved for All Audiences - 5:50 Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Nerd News - 7:26 Dominion Chapter 4 Captain America 4 has found its director Live-action Lilo and Stitch has found its director Dune Part 2 pushed back Reading Rainbow - 13:03 The List - 17:32 50 Essential Science Fiction Novels Jesus Time - 22:33 Goodbye - 30:52 Be sure to check out The Christian Nerd Like The Christian Nerd on Facebook Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and leave a comment Or use our RSS Feed to subscribe: http://thechristiannerd.libsyn.com/rss Follow The Christian Nerd on Twitter Follow Scott on Twitter Support The Christian Nerd on Patreon Email Scott at Scott@TheChristianNerd.com to get added to The Octagon. Thanks to Nick for The Christian Nerd theme music.
Andy and Jessica welcome you to another episode of The Deal Board Podcast, and today, they are talking about Jessica's article in Inc. written by Minda Zetlin and titled Selling Your Business? These 5 Simple Changes Can Boost Your Price 50 Percent Some 80 percent of owners can't sell their businesses at any price. But you can flip those odds in your favor.In today's episode, they dive deep into the five necessary steps to get your business ready for sale and even significantly increase its value. Joining them is John Arnold, a renowned business coach who shares valuable information for entrepreneurs who struggle with letting their company go. Listings of the week:Mark Keane (Boston) is selling a commercial landscaping company dedicated also to snow plowing that has been in business for seven years; listed at $985,000, its SDE is around $350,000 per year. Email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.orgMarc Lazarus (New Jersey) is selling a great pizza place whose income is $60,000 weekly (over $3 million per year); the store is split in two, with dining and pizza areas. They are doing better numbers than they did pre-COVID-19. Listing Price: $2 million. Approved to be SBA financed. Email Marc at email@example.com or call (201) 370-9600. Key takeaways: [1:37] Most businesses don't sell and Jessica explains why.[2:17] Get ready to sell your business: Step 1: Clean up your financial record.[8:25] Step 2: Make the business less about you.[13:35] Step 3: Review your contracts.[17:43] Step 4: Create an owner's manual for your company.[21:16] Step 5: Take care of your business' reputation (especially online).[25:42] Jessica talks about the one key that has to happen in order to implement the change: Do the work.[27:26] John Arnold (business coach) shares the stressors he sees currently.[30:45] How does John help business owners go over the “paralysis by analysis”?[33:20] John explains how he helps his clients to let go.[35:22] John speaks about the importance of getting to know his clients personally.[37:01] John speaks about his work helping leaders become more effective in their organizations.[40:22] Does John have to adapt his style for each client or organization?[43:48] John highlights the importance of entrepreneurs getting used to feeling uncomfortable.[46:50] Listing of the week: Mark Keane (Boston) is selling a commercial landscaping company dedicated also to snow plowing that has been in business for seven years; listed at $985,000, its SDE is around $350,000 per year.[49:40] Deal of the week: Aaron Fox (Boston) assisted three hair stylists to buy the salon that they were working for from the retiring owner. Full SBA financed deal. Sold for $250,000.[50:59] Listing of the week: Marc Lazarus (New Jersey) is selling a great pizza place whose income is $60,000 weekly (over $3 million per year); the store is split in two, with dining and pizza areas. They are doing better numbers than they did pre-COVID-19. Listing Price: $2 million. Approved to be SBA financed. Mentioned in this Episode:The Deal Board PodcastSubscribe to The Deal Board Podcast YouTube ChannelUnited Franchise GroupTransworld Business AdvisorsTransworld on LinkedinTransworld on FacebookCall us — at (888) 719-9098 Email us firstname.lastname@example.org The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It, by Michael E. GerberCall John Arnold at (954) 294-7053 or email email@example.comEmail Mark Keane at firstname.lastname@example.orgCall Aaron Fox at (781) 773-8922 or email email@example.comEmail Marc Lazarus at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (201) 370-9600 Tweetables:“As entrepreneurs, we all want freedom and we want money, that is why we have created our businesses.” #thedealboard #transworldbusinessadvisors #sellingyourbusiness “Owner-absentee-run business can dramatically increase the value of a business.” #thedealboard #transworldbusinessadvisors #sellingyourbusiness “Business owners and leaders are experiencing stress that they have never felt before.” #thedealboard #transworldbusinessadvisors #sellingyourbusiness “Business leaders often struggle to let go.” #thedealboard #transworldbusinessadvisors #sellingyourbusiness
In honor of her song Carolina in the movie Where The Crawdads Sing, we talk about the songs that Taylor has featured in films and shows.. Plus, a couple of Taylor approved binges to get into! Plus, some behind the scenes show speculation..Which song is your fav? And what would you like to hear from us? Let us know!!CONTACT THE PODCAST!Email – email@example.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/the13podcastTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@the13podcast FOLLOW US!Ana - https://www.instagram.com/anacas31Lacey – https://www.instagram.com/laceygee13Amy – https://www.instagram.com/amysnicholsNick – https://www.instagram.com/nickadamspics CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS!Lacey & Amy – "Loose Lips & Child-Bearing Hips"Ana - "On Cloud Wine"Nick – "Shut Up!" & "The Chatty Daddies" This podcast is in no way related to or endorsed by Taylor Swift, her companies, or record labels. All opinions are our own.
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