This episode puts YOU in the spotlight as I answer your questions! Today's episode is just me and YOU 1:1.This week's question is…”What can I do RIGHT NOW, TODAY to get UNSTUCK and get back to chasing my dreams?”Everything about the answer to this flows from a simple but profound thought.Simply put…WHEN YOU HELP OTHERS, YOU HELP YOURSELF.And that's where the CHANGE IN YOU takes place.How can you help others? There's a common thread between all human beings so this applies to EVERYONE…Everybody is born with a DREAM. Every person you meet has a DREAM, including YOU.And all of them are looking for a LEADER in their lives to acknowledge and help fulfill those dreams. YOU can be that person when you start working on your ability to bring VISION to other people's dreams.And don't discount the fact that you are a leader! If you are a parent, you're a leader. If you are a friend, you're a leader. If you have one person working with you or for you, you're a leader. At minimum, you lead yourself every single day. WE ARE ALL LEADERS in one way shape or form.“IT TAKES LEADERS WITH VISION TO HELP PEOPLE WITH DREAMS.” Let that sink in, because it unlocks everything you need to know about changing your life now and every day going forward.In this episode, I'm breaking down the steps you need to take to execute on this starting today!There is no better way to create immediate change that will last a lifetime than harnessing these steps to become a great LEADER.
Did you know you can help plant trees in Virginia just by exploring your backyard? Virginia's Department of Forestry wants your acorns! In this episode of Hometown Stories, we speak with nursery manager, Joshua McLaughlin, about how you can get involved.
In the latest episode of "Chef AF", we welcomed Chef Daniel Garwood, a culinary force to be reckoned with. Currently, the Sous Chef at Atomix in New York City – the restaurant that recently made waves by ranking No. 8 in the 2023 World's 50 Best Restaurants list – Garwood is more than just a chef; he's a global storyteller.From Tasmania to the World StageBorn in Launceston, Tasmania, Chef Garwood started his culinary journey in local Tasmanian restaurants, where his passion for foraging, grilling, and using all-natural ingredients blossomed. His global expeditions led him to hone his skills in world-renowned kitchens from Sweden to South Korea, and all the way to the heart of New York City.It is at Atomix that Chef Garwood combines his rich tapestry of international experiences with the unique essence of New York – a city known for its diverse culinary landscape. While the foundation is Korean-inspired, the execution is globally nuanced, resulting in a menu that is distinctly "Korean but not."As we chatted about Atomix, it became clear that New York City is more than just a workplace for Daniel. The city's melange of cultures has shaped his approach at Atomix. However, Daniel humbly credits the restaurant's unique identity mostly to Chef Junghyun 'JP' Park, considering himself in a supportive role.Mentorship and The Power of NetworkingWe delved deep into the pivotal role mentorship plays in shaping culinary careers. Daniel's recent U.S. Regional Winner title at The S.Pellegrino Young Chef Academy Competition is a testament to this. His relationship with mentor Chef Nina Compton, from Compère Lapin in New Orleans, has been transformative. With her guidance, Chef Garwood has navigated the challenges of the competition, simultaneously staying authentic to his culinary ethos.But mentorship wasn't the only gain from the SPYCA competition. Daniel's victory opened doors to elite culinary platforms such as the James Beard Foundation, introducing him to chefs and initiatives championing community welfare and employee well-being.Signature Dishes and Culinary IdentityDaniel's Aged Duck and Persimmon in Tak Cheongju with Banchan Through The Eyes of a Traveler dish stands out not just for its flavor but the narrative it tells. Each element, from the choice of wood for grilling to the unique preparation techniques, traces back to a place or moment in Chef Garwood's life.For instance, during his stint at Firedoor in Sydney, Chef Garwood was introduced to grilling with various woods, each infusing the dish with a distinctive flavor profile. In the competition, his signature dish embodies this ethos, incorporating techniques inspired by countries he's graced with his culinary touch.Mental Health in the Culinary LimelightThe conversation took a poignant turn when they touched upon mental health – an issue close to Chef Garwood's heart. In collaboration with his wife, Sooky An, Daniel released "Oralis: A Conversation on Food and Mental Health," bringing awareness to the mental challenges faced by culinary professionals. By hosting dinner events, creating dialogue, and promoting practices like journaling and fitness, Chef Garwood is championing a change in the industry's perspective towards mental well-being.Aspirations and What Lies AheadNew York City may be home for now, but Chef Garwood has plans. He dreams of opening a large-scale bar restaurant, focusing on grilling with varied woods – an experience he feels NYC is missing.For those eager to experience Chef Garwood's culinary magic, you can find him at Atomix. However, snagging a reservation, especially at the 14-seat chef's counter, is no small feat given the high demand.The conversation with Chef Daniel left us inspired and waiting with bated breath for the Grand Finale of the S.Pellegrino Young Chef Academy Competition in October. Chef Daniel Garwood, with his signature dish and global experiences, is undoubtedly one to watch.
We're often told to “be true to ourselves:” to line-up the person we are on the outside with the person we are on the inside. In a word, to be authentic. But what does it really mean to “be who we are,” “get in touch with ourselves,” or to go full new-age “live in alignment with our higher purpose?”In this episode Dr. Rick and Forrest explore what authenticity is, where it comes from, and whether it's actually a good thing to be more authentic. They talk about what we really mean when we use the word “authenticity,” the fragmented nature of the self, and problems with unregulated self expression. They then turn towards how we can include all of ourselves, act from our values, and become at peace with who we are. You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:35: How Rick thinks about authenticity6:10: Congruence, presentation, and the difference between honest and good13:45: A personal example of authenticity from Rick and Forrest17:00: Self-disclosure as a factor of intimacy19:45: What parts of ourselves are we being authentic to?23:15: Vulnerability and aspiration28:10: Carl Rogers' idea of the perceived self and the ideal self33:20: Is self-improvement authentic?36:30: Unconditional positive regard, and embodiment40:10: Naming what you're feeling, the vastness of the psyche, and self-honesty46:25: Having a secure environment for aspirational change48:45: Individualism, social roles, and intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation53:05: Archetypes, the shadow, and integration59:20: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.SponsorsFactor delivers fresh, never-frozen, fully prepared meals right to your door. Head to factormeals.com/beingwell50 and use code beingwell50 to get 50% off. The Turning Points podcast is BACK with a new season. Check out season 3 of Turning Points: Navigating Mental Health wherever you get your podcasts.Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need, and deliver the type of experience you want. Head to zocdoc.com/being and download the Zocdoc app for FREE.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Finally get that project off the ground with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/beingwell for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch use coupon code BEINGWELL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
On today's podcast episode, host Bill Fisher is joined by our researcher Man-Chung Cheung and analyst Carina Perkins to examine TikTok's ecommerce plans around the world, looking at what's driven success in some markets and held it back in others. Follow us on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/insiderintelligence/ For sponsorship opportunities contact us: email@example.com For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org For a transcript of this episode click here: https://content-na1.emarketer.com/podcast-around-world-tiktoks-global-ecommerce-aspirations © 2023 Insider Intelligence Unlock unlimited opportunities that reach consumers everywhere with Awin's affiliate marketing platform. Choose which partners best match your marketing objectives. Control costs by defining how you pay them. And customize your program to mirror your unique goals. Consider Awin your full customer journey marketing partner to drive growth.
In this episode, we are flashing back to a popular episode that we did with Gloria El-Achkar, who had quite an EFF IT moment of leaving her abusive relationship, and got herself and her kids out with just the clothes on their backs. It was a very hard thing to do, but it was the best decision she could have made for her family. It's truly an inspiring story, and one that resonated with a lot of our listeners, so we wanted to bring it back! On a side note, we have come to the end of Season 2, so we will be taking a break, but will be back with some new, inspiring mamas and stories for you all for Season 3. See you all in a month!
Building a CPG brand is like playing a game of which came first, the chicken or the egg. You need inventory to feel confident making sales, but you need sales to have the money to pay for inventory. This is especially true with products that have a short shelf life. What's the answer? Utilizing proper forecasting tools to know how much product you should make.I've invited on Ian Leaman, co-founder and CEO of Pantry AI to discuss how to improve your forecasting.Startup to Scale is a podcast by Foodbevy, an online community to connect emerging food, beverage, and CPG founders to great resources and partners to grow their business. Visit us at Foodbevy.com to learn about becoming a member or an industry partner today.
In this enlightening conversation with Chad Carson, we unpack the intricate journey of commercial real estate investment. From the balance between aspiration and satisfaction to understanding the deeper reasons behind urban development, Chad offers a unique perspective that integrates real estate knowledge with personal growth and community-building aspirations. Key Takeaways: The Moving Goalpost Phenomenon: Investors often shift their financial targets, leading to a never-ending race. Recognizing your "enough" is pivotal for satisfaction and growth in the industry. Importance of Community Understanding: Chad recommends the book "Strong Towns" that emphasizes the financial dynamics and designs of towns, which is crucial for commercial investors. Engaging in local community activities and understanding urban development can influence investment decisions and enhance community welfare. The Power in Diversification: Chad shares his strategy for investing in both single family rentals and small multifamily properties to create the ideal portfolio. He also discusses the power in "doing your own thing" with the lessons you learn from others to create the lifestyle you want to live. Chad Carson | Real Estate Background Owner of Coach Carson Portfolio: 37 units, 99 units total - mix of small multifamily and single family homes Based in: Clemson, SC Say hi to him at: coachcarson.com The Small and Mighty Real Estate Investor (Chad's book) Best Ever Book: Strong Towns by Charles Marohn Greatest Lesson: Understand your why before you scale quickly. Know where your threshold of success is and stick to it, so you don't end up chasing the ever moving goalposts. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: Delete Me BAM Capital
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by The Educating All Learners™ Alliance (EALA), An InnovateEDU Project.The webinar recording can be accessed here.The parent-child relationship is at the heart of creating a safe, developmentally nurturant space for a child that builds their advocacy, develops agency, and demonstrates that the child matters. Parents with children who learn differently instinctively know their children need them at many different levels and in many different ways to support and sometimes create the path before them. Through the presenters' personal experience, research partners, and the work they do at GAB-on!, listeners gain insight into:How to guide parents to simply and consistently create a safe space for and engage in child-led conversations that provide a window into their thoughts and perspectivesWhy parent conversations with their child(ren) are needed to build agency, reduce anxiety (in children and parents too), develop social skills, and improve academic achievementHelping parents connect school to home through child-led conversations about their daySharing the importance of conversations to strengthen trusted relationships and provide the child with a feeling of belonging that strengthens mental health and future successThis edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 teachers.The Educating All Learners™ Alliance An alliance dedicated to equity for complex learnersDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.
Middle-Class Dharma: Gender, Aspiration, and the Making of Contemporary Hinduism (Oxford UP, 2023) is a contemporary ethnography of class mobility among Hindus in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Focusing on women in Pulan, an emerging middle-class neighborhood of Udaipur, Jennifer D. Ortegren argues that upward class mobility is not just a socio-economic process, but also a religious one. Central to Hindu women's upward class mobility is negotiating dharma, the moral and ethical groundings of Hindu worlds. As women experiment with middle-class consumer and lifestyle practices, they navigate tensions around what is possible and what is appropriate--that is, what is dharmic--as middle-class Hindu women. Ortegren shows how these women strategically align emerging middle-class desires with more traditional religious obligations in ways that enable them to generate new dharmic boundaries and religious selfhoods in the middle classes. Such transitions can be as joyful as they are difficult and disorienting. Middle-Class Dharma explores how contemporary Hindu women's everyday practices reimagine and reshape Hindu traditions. By developing dharma as an analytical category and class as a dharmic category, Ortegren pushes for expanding definitions of religion in academia, both within and beyond the study of Hinduism in South Asia. Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
Middle-Class Dharma: Gender, Aspiration, and the Making of Contemporary Hinduism (Oxford UP, 2023) is a contemporary ethnography of class mobility among Hindus in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Focusing on women in Pulan, an emerging middle-class neighborhood of Udaipur, Jennifer D. Ortegren argues that upward class mobility is not just a socio-economic process, but also a religious one. Central to Hindu women's upward class mobility is negotiating dharma, the moral and ethical groundings of Hindu worlds. As women experiment with middle-class consumer and lifestyle practices, they navigate tensions around what is possible and what is appropriate--that is, what is dharmic--as middle-class Hindu women. Ortegren shows how these women strategically align emerging middle-class desires with more traditional religious obligations in ways that enable them to generate new dharmic boundaries and religious selfhoods in the middle classes. Such transitions can be as joyful as they are difficult and disorienting. Middle-Class Dharma explores how contemporary Hindu women's everyday practices reimagine and reshape Hindu traditions. By developing dharma as an analytical category and class as a dharmic category, Ortegren pushes for expanding definitions of religion in academia, both within and beyond the study of Hinduism in South Asia. Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
Middle-Class Dharma: Gender, Aspiration, and the Making of Contemporary Hinduism (Oxford UP, 2023) is a contemporary ethnography of class mobility among Hindus in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Focusing on women in Pulan, an emerging middle-class neighborhood of Udaipur, Jennifer D. Ortegren argues that upward class mobility is not just a socio-economic process, but also a religious one. Central to Hindu women's upward class mobility is negotiating dharma, the moral and ethical groundings of Hindu worlds. As women experiment with middle-class consumer and lifestyle practices, they navigate tensions around what is possible and what is appropriate--that is, what is dharmic--as middle-class Hindu women. Ortegren shows how these women strategically align emerging middle-class desires with more traditional religious obligations in ways that enable them to generate new dharmic boundaries and religious selfhoods in the middle classes. Such transitions can be as joyful as they are difficult and disorienting. Middle-Class Dharma explores how contemporary Hindu women's everyday practices reimagine and reshape Hindu traditions. By developing dharma as an analytical category and class as a dharmic category, Ortegren pushes for expanding definitions of religion in academia, both within and beyond the study of Hinduism in South Asia. Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
Middle-Class Dharma: Gender, Aspiration, and the Making of Contemporary Hinduism (Oxford UP, 2023) is a contemporary ethnography of class mobility among Hindus in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Focusing on women in Pulan, an emerging middle-class neighborhood of Udaipur, Jennifer D. Ortegren argues that upward class mobility is not just a socio-economic process, but also a religious one. Central to Hindu women's upward class mobility is negotiating dharma, the moral and ethical groundings of Hindu worlds. As women experiment with middle-class consumer and lifestyle practices, they navigate tensions around what is possible and what is appropriate--that is, what is dharmic--as middle-class Hindu women. Ortegren shows how these women strategically align emerging middle-class desires with more traditional religious obligations in ways that enable them to generate new dharmic boundaries and religious selfhoods in the middle classes. Such transitions can be as joyful as they are difficult and disorienting. Middle-Class Dharma explores how contemporary Hindu women's everyday practices reimagine and reshape Hindu traditions. By developing dharma as an analytical category and class as a dharmic category, Ortegren pushes for expanding definitions of religion in academia, both within and beyond the study of Hinduism in South Asia. Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies
Middle-Class Dharma: Gender, Aspiration, and the Making of Contemporary Hinduism (Oxford UP, 2023) is a contemporary ethnography of class mobility among Hindus in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Focusing on women in Pulan, an emerging middle-class neighborhood of Udaipur, Jennifer D. Ortegren argues that upward class mobility is not just a socio-economic process, but also a religious one. Central to Hindu women's upward class mobility is negotiating dharma, the moral and ethical groundings of Hindu worlds. As women experiment with middle-class consumer and lifestyle practices, they navigate tensions around what is possible and what is appropriate--that is, what is dharmic--as middle-class Hindu women. Ortegren shows how these women strategically align emerging middle-class desires with more traditional religious obligations in ways that enable them to generate new dharmic boundaries and religious selfhoods in the middle classes. Such transitions can be as joyful as they are difficult and disorienting. Middle-Class Dharma explores how contemporary Hindu women's everyday practices reimagine and reshape Hindu traditions. By developing dharma as an analytical category and class as a dharmic category, Ortegren pushes for expanding definitions of religion in academia, both within and beyond the study of Hinduism in South Asia. Raj Balkaran is a scholar of Sanskrit narrative texts. He teaches at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and at his own virtual School of Indian Wisdom. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
What if you could get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes peek at the Golden Bachelor, the exciting new dating show for folks in their 70s? You've come to the right place! We're about to provide the ultimate rundown of the diverse cast, from Anna, a fearless 61-year-old who enjoys cage-less shark diving, to Christina, a 73-year-old nostalgic for her first Beatles concert experience. We'll even discuss the surprisingly soap opera-esque production style and the role of plastic surgery in Florida. Ever wondered about the intersection of religion and dating in later life? Join us as we continue our intimate exploration of the Golden Bachelor cast, from realtor Edith to private school administrator Joan, who loves a good dance and wine. Be prepared for a deep dive into their backgrounds, interests, and aspirations. We'll also be exploring how religion plays a part in this age group's dating scene and whether these contestants would be open to changing their beliefs.Not just content with providing you a sneak peek into the lives of our contestants, we also take a moment to analyze the upcoming season of the Golden Bachelor, comparing it with the Bachelor in Paradise. Will our mature contestants prioritize love, or will we see the influencer drama typically associated with Bachelor in Paradise? It's a thrilling ride of romance, reality, and revelation with the Golden Bachelor. Don't miss out! Tune in next week for the premiere!
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Fellow daily emailer and No-BS marketer Rod Aparicio joined me on Ditching Hourly to bust the myth of personal branding.Rod's Links Twitter Profile Email List AI SummaryIn this episode, Jonathan Stark and guest Rod Aparicio discuss the concept of personal brand and its misconceptions. They emphasize that personal brand is more about influencing perceptions rather than controlling how one is perceived. The importance of authenticity and credibility in building a personal brand is highlighted, along with the distinction between brand and reputation. The episode also explores the relevance of personal branding for solopreneurs and small businesses, emphasizing the need for positioning oneself and focusing on the needs of the target market rather than obsessing over self-image or becoming an influencer. Credibility and trust are emphasized as crucial factors in attracting and retaining clients for solopreneurs.Key Points Authenticity can be defined differently, with some emphasizing being true to oneself and others focusing on being different from others. Building a personal brand requires a curated version of oneself, but should align with one's values and not be hypocritical. Aspiration is the desire to become something, while inspiration is the internal motivation to do what one truly wants. Aspiration in personal branding could lead to a lack of authenticity and failure. Positioning oneself based on alignment and targeting the right audience is more valuable than building a personal brand. A credible offer, backed by testimonials, case studies, and referrals, builds trust with potential clients. Personal branding can lead to a sense of desperation and may not result in long-term success. Best Quotes “A personal brand is mainly how people can control how they want to be seen and perceived by others.” “A reputation can be linked to a person, and a brand is something that you make artificial.” ----Do you have questions about how to improve your business? Things like: Value pricing your work instead of billing for your time? Positioning yourself as the go-to person in your space? Productizing your services so you never have to have another awkward sales call or spend hours writing another custom proposal? Book a one-on-one coaching call with me and get answers to these questions and others in the time it takes to get ready for work in the morning.Best of all, you're covered by my 100% satisfaction guarantee. If at the end of the call, you don't feel like it was worth it, just say the word, and I'll refund your purchase in full.To book your one-on-one coaching call, go to: https://jonathanstark.com/callI hope to see you there!
Unraveling the Essence of Personal Development 1. Self-Awareness: At the core of Personal Development lies Self-Awareness - the Process of Understanding our Emotions, Thoughts, Strengths, Weaknesses, & Motivations. - Embracing Self-Awareness allows us to Recognize Triggers, Manage Stress, & Cultivate a Deeper Connection with Ourselves. How To Become Self-Aware: Journaling is a huge key & Meditating, or ask friends or family 2. Emotional Intelligence: Developing Emotional Intelligence Enables Us to Navigate our Emotions & Understand those of Others, Fostering Healthier Relationships in BOTH Personal & Professional Spheres. It Empowers US to Handle Conflicts Effectively & Positively influence our interactions. - - I recommend reading "Emotional intelligence 2.0" it'll help you understand what Emotional intelligence is & Understanding Self-Awareness. 3. Setting Goals: Personal Development Encourages US to Set Clear & Achievable Goals, Aligning our Actions with our Aspirations. These Goals can range from Professional Milestones to Personal Growth Objectives, All Contributing to a Sense of Purpose & Fulfillment. - Set Start & End Dates for your Goals 4. Continuous Learning: The Pursuit of Personal Development Emphasizes LifeLong Learning & Growth. Embracing New Skills, Knowledge, & Experiences enhances our Adaptability & Opens Doors to fresh Opportunities in Our Entrepreneurial Endeavors. 5. Resilience: As Entrepreneurial Millennials, We Encounter Numerous Challenges & Setbacks. Personal Development equips us with the Resilience to Bounce Back from Adversity, Learn from Failures, & Stay Determined Despite Obstacles. 6. Positive Mindset: Cultivating a Positive Mindset fosters Optimism, Gratitude, & an ability to Reframe Challenges as Opportunities for Growth. This Mental Shift is Fundamental in Maintaining a Healthy Perspective on Life's Ups & Downs. 7. Self-Compassion: In Our Journey toward Personal Growth, Self-Compassion is a Guiding Light. Treating Ourselves with Kindness & Understanding during Difficult Times helps Us Build a Strong Foundation for Mental Well-Being. 8. Intentional Reflection: Personal Development Encourages Regular Reflection on our Actions, Experiences, & Emotions. By intentionally taking time to introspect, We gain insights that guide our Growth & Decision-Making Processes. - Journaling helps with this. 9. Authenticity: Embracing Authenticity means being True to Ourselves & Our Values. By Living Authentically, We build a Stronger Sense of identity & Attract Genuine Connections with Others. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/support
Meet Preston Winn, an ardent cowboy, student athlete, and rodeo enthusiast. Preston shares how he ropes in football, wrestling, and rodeo into his demanding schedule. He takes us through his thrilling rodeo events, shoot dogging and steer wrestling. He gives us insight into the tough choices he has made to balance his roles as a sportsman and a student. Get ready for a rush as we journey through the life of this young yet dedicated rodeo star who manages to stay grounded amid the hustle.Preston WinnInstagram:@the_prestonwinn69https://instagram.com/the_prestonwinn69?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==Shoutout to:Preston Winn The Winn Family J.W. MerriottJ.C. Merriott
In this episode, we speak with Samreen Arshad, a madre of one, who decided to say EFF IT and start a cosmetic line after stumbling upon makeup tutorials on Youtube that were like an escape for her during her dark days of postpartum. Her depression was deep, but when she would play around with makeup, she started to feel better because she looked better. She had no makeup training or experience prior to this, but because she loved it so much, it has now become her career. You just have to EFFing be kind to yourself, stop thinking you have to be a supermom, and remember that when your baby is born, you also are reborn as your new self. And, know that it's ok to not know who you are once you become a mom. You will ultimately find your way. To check out Samreen's cosmetic line, please visit www.samreensvanity.com, and follow her on Instagram at @samreensvanity.com.
Lying is a bad habit, but why do we do it? Join us as we unravel the psychology behind our self-deception and explore practical strategies to break free from the lies we tell ourselves. Discover the path to a more honest and fulfilling life by tuning in today!KEY TAKEAWAYS Things that hold people back from attaining freedom and contributing to society Essential concepts to remember to recalibrate your minds Why it's crucial to be careful with the stories you tell yourself and othersHelpful ways to stop lying to yourself The power of working on your dreams to become a reality RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDSoundtracks by Jon Acuff: https://amzn.to/44Rrnk8 Crucial Conversations by Joseph Grenny et al.: https://amzn.to/44PW5duThe Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz: https://amzn.to/3RiUE48 CONNECT WITH USSchedule a 20-min get-to-know each other call - bit.ly/3OK31kISchedule a 20-min call to explore performance coaching - bit.ly/Coaching-JulieSchedule a 30-min call to learn about investing with Three Keys Investments - bit.ly/3yteWhxJoin the Book and Networking club via Zoom at: bit.ly/3HBPnQw or sign up at: bit.ly/3c0dr1uVisit ThreeKeysInvestments.com to download a free e-book, “Why Invest in Apartments”!Learn how to reduce your tax liability by scheduling a FREE consultation at https://modewealth.com/If you're looking for an affordable healthcare solution, check out Christian Healthcare Ministries by visiting https://bit.ly/3JTRm1I Please RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!
In this episode, we talk about the massive impact the Aaron Rodgers injury has on the New York Jets playoff hopes, recap of the Colorado-Colorado State game, NFL week two picks, and our sports betting locks‼️ Also, we talk about the WNBA Fantasy Basketball Championship Playoffs Click the link in the bio‼️ Also, if you participate in fantasy basketball or know someone who does, please complete our short survey on the impact fantasy basketball has on live NBA Game viewership The link is below, thank you: https://survey.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2tzxidrX7jkX2wC Subscribe and write a review on Apple Podcast search https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blogaccess1on1/id1466430762#episodeGuid=fc6c01b3-4637-43e2-b48c-ea6fe8bc0e4c click on more episodes, scroll to the bottom and write a review‼️ Please subscribe and turn on alerts by clicking the bell on our YouTube Sports Channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCDS9I3DI7YoyzxoYZJ6PyEQ Don't forget to subscribe to our Spotify channel and complete the five-star review after listening to the episode‼️ https://open.spotify.com/show/2V5WQPwPrCTKGfHj2ERzl3?si=1RncudRQSQuMrOBVA3rymQ Please support us by paying a monthly subscription to fund player interviews, events, and contest giveaways. https://anchor.fm/blogaccess1on1 Follow us on social media @blogaccess1on1 on Twitter and Instagram for the latest sports news. Also, follow our Facebook page, Blogaccess1on1 Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blogaccess1on1/support Shop now at hibachiproductions.com‼️ Use discount code Blogaccess1on1 to get 20% off your order‼️ https://youtube.com/@blogaccess1on177 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blogaccess1on1/id1466430762 https://open.spotify.com/show/2V5WQPwPrCTKGfHj2ERzl3?si=1RncudRQSQuMrOBVA3rymQ https://anchor.fm/blogaccess1on1 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blogaccess1on1/support
Welcome to another exciting episode of the "How to Trade It" podcast. Coach Bill Provenzano has an extensive 30-year trading career and a fascinating journey that led him to the world of trading. You aren't going to want to miss this lively discussion! Podcast highlights include...Bill's Journey BeginsFrom Runner to Desk ManagerTrading at Mid America ExchangeTrading Eurodollar FuturesChoosing Trading Over LawSubscribe to How To Trade ItMini ContractsMini contracts, also referred to as mini futures or E-mini contracts, are a derivative financial instrument designed to provide traders with more accessible and cost-effective exposure to the underlying asset or index compared to their standard-sized counterparts. These contracts are characterized by their reduced size and lower margin requirements, making them appealing to individual investors and traders with smaller capital bases. Mini contracts can cover a wide range of assets, including equity indices, commodities, currencies, and interest rates. While they offer similar profit potential and price movements as standard contracts, their smaller size allows traders to enter the futures markets with less capital and risk. This accessibility has democratized futures trading, enabling a broader range of market participants to engage in various trading strategies and risk management activities within the futures arena.Connect with Bill ProvenzanoWebsite: http://tradingcoachbillpro.comThe Canadian Money RoadmapDiscover strategies to save, invest, and grow your money effectively.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyGrab your copy of the Complete Trading System This book teaches you how to build a trading system from the ground up and how to become profitable in the markets. Join our back-by-popular-demand Strike Trader Elite Signal service for a limited-time only!https://info.tradingstrategyguides.com/strike-trader-elite-signalsSupport the showConnect with Casey: Website: https://caseystubbs.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TradingStrategyGuides YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/caseystubbs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TradingStrategy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caseystubbs Twitter: https://twitter.com/caseystubbs316 TradingStrategyGuides.com: https://www.tradingstrategyguides.com/ Global Prop Trader: https://globalproptrader.com/ Email: email@example.com
Episode 226 hosts Nicola Lowrey, a physician assistant from California, USA. Nicola joins us in the 15th Chapter of our series called 'The Injector Diaries'. These episodes feature in depth conversations, stories and experiences from injectors around the globe. Each injector brings their own unique take on things and we showcase every type of injector, from newbies to masters. We'll explore how and why they chose to inject, why they favour using certain products, look under the hoods of their clinics and aim to inspire our injector listeners. We discuss: Nicola's background & what a Physician Assistant (PA) is Her motivations for becoming an injector Who her mentor is What Nicola thinks of trends like Fox eyes, Big Butts and the newest one, 'Barbie-Tox' How Nicola runs her consultations and how she sees a face How she trained in ultrasound Her role as a trainer for Allergan Aesthetics The treatment modality that Nicola doesn't believe in And much more! We also ask every injector in these episodes: What is your number one toxin and why? What is your number one filler and why? What is your go to cannula make, size and why? Aspiration yes or no? What's been the best book, course or other educational offering that has influenced your practice the most? SPECIAL OFFERS: Check out all of our current partnership offers here SUPPORT THE PODCAST: If you enjoy listening to IA every week and would like to help support the podcast Click here to support us IA PATREON: Join our Patreon for a wealth of injectable and business education in addition to global networking opportunities Also get access to: - Business mentoring opportunities with David (additional cost, limited slots) - Shadowing opportunities in clinic with Dr Jake (additional cost, limited slots) CONTACT INFORMATION: Contact IA and other important links Subscribe to IA on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to IA on Spotify Follow Dr Jake on Instagram Follow David on Instagram
Admiration and aspiration are two very different things, but it can be easy to get them confused. Admiring someone means that you appreciate the success that they have had in a personal or professional setting. Aspiration on the other hand means what exactly you are trying to become. As children and as adults we often admire individuals, and believe that we want to be just like them. These people could be pro athletes, celebrities or musicians. We see the success and attention that they receive and we immediately believe that we want to be just like them. In reality though are we willing to put in the years of training and development of their craft in order to become them? Our guess would be no. Aspiration on the other hand refers to what you aspire to become. Surely you can admire someone, however their journey is not your journey. You have to find what you are passionate about and willing to do regardless of the secondary consequences like money, status, or fame. Only at this point will we be able to identify our calling. If we start with the “why” behind our actions we can clearly see what we do because of a need, and what we do because we truly believe in it and have fun. When you come home, after a long day of work, is there a passion or hobby you partake in just because you love it? Or if you do exactly what you love, do you read books after work about your industry because of your love for it? Admiration isn't a bad thing in the slightest. It's normal to admire someone for the courage and consistency it takes to achieve something. Before we idolize the person or role we admire, look towards the daily actions of that person and what it took to get to where they are now. Most of those people would say if they lost everything they would do it all over again, because they simply loved it that much. Aspire to love what you do day in and day out regardless of the consequences, as opposed to aspiring to become someone because of external rewards, like money or fame which can leave us hollow and broken later.
Jim Pouliopoulos, known to all as “Pouli” is a storyteller, professional speaker, author, and Senior Lecturer and Director of the Professional Sales Program at Bentley University. In July of 2020, his book, “How to be a WELL BEING: Unofficial Rules to LIVE Every Day”, was published by Wiley Publishing. It shares Pouli's insights on bringing a happiness-first approach to business, education, and life. In his three TEDx Talks, he explores similar concepts and the question of what drives inner motivation and professional success. He is also a certified trainer for “The Art of Brilliance,” a UK-based firm that specializes in training and development to increase workplace wellbeing and personal positivity. He is a currently a Facilitator at Force Management.He is a self-proclaimed "recovering engineer." After earning two engineering degrees and an MBA, he left the corporate world behind and found true happiness and success as an educator, speaker, facilitator, and author.Pouli holds an MBA in Marketing from Bentley University, a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from RPI, and a Bachelor's degree in EE from WPI.In this conversation with John McMahon, Pouli discusses the importance of happiness in business and life. He explains that happiness is not dependent on external circumstances but rather on our mindset and daily habits. Pouli emphasizes the need to focus on the process rather than the outcome and shares insights on how to minimize the impact of negativity bias. He also introduces the career satisfaction matrix and highlights the importance of finding enjoyment in our work.HERE ARE SOME KEY SECTIONS TO CHECK OUT[00:03:23] The gap between expectations and reality affects happiness[00:09:53] External circumstances should not determine happiness[00:13:39] Many people dwell on regrets and don't learn from them[00:17:13] Recognizing when negativity bias impacts our viewpoint[00:21:33] Importance of empathy and trust in sales conversations[00:26:01] Burnout from doing something well but not enjoying it[00:39:21] Gaining knowledge quickly vs. developing skills through practice[00:49:56] The importance of getting enough sleep[00:50:58] Focusing on daily actions rather than the end goal[00:53:39] Solution to many problemsHIGHLIGHT QUOTES[00:13:39] "Regret has always sort of been this early warning system that you're doing something against what you truly care about." - Jim "Pouli" Pouliopoulos[00:20:47] "If you just focus on things that are positive on a daily basis, you will be happier." - Jim "Pouli" Pouliopoulos[00:25:42] "If you do something well, but you don't enjoy doing it, it becomes drudgery." - Jim "Pouli" Pouliopoulos[00:32:32] "Mastery never means you stop learning." - Jim "Pouli" PouliopoulosLearn more about Jim "Pouli" Pouliopoulos through this link.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pouli/Check out John McMahon's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Qualified-Sales-Leader-Proven-Lessons/dp/0578895064
Join us as we chat with Andrew Moore, VP of Software Engineering at Nations Lending. In this engaging conversation, we explore Andrew's diverse background in the tech industry, from networking and IT support to data engineering and software development. He shares how he overcame misconceptions about software engineering and found joy in solving problems and helping people. Andrew shares the importance of understanding the root causes of problems before crafting technical solutions. He also emphasizes the need for pragmatic technology applications, especially in today's rapidly evolving tech landscape.
This is in response to the great feedback I received from my last video where I talked about "Dreams don't chase you back" I talk just a bit about building a life that you don't need a vacation from. And a lot of people ask me to expand on this, BOOM! Mentions: Highspeed Daddy- https://www.highspeeddaddy.com/?rfsn=7178368.317ce6 Live Rishi - Use the code "TABLE50" and get 50% off your entire order - https://liverishi.com/ Andy Frisella - https://andyfrisella.com/ Charlie Robison - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Robison Me - https://berawpodcast.com/ 'til next time! Living a Happy Life: The Pursuit of Joy and Fulfillment Happiness is a universal aspiration that transcends cultural, geographical, and individual differences. It is a state of well-being and contentment that many of us seek throughout our lives. While the path to happiness may vary from person to person, there are fundamental principles and practices that can help guide us toward living a happier life. Cultivate Positive Relationships: Human connections are at the heart of happiness. Surrounding yourself with loving, supportive, and positive individuals can have a profound impact on your emotional well-being. Nurture these relationships, and don't hesitate to cut ties with toxic or negative influences. Practice Gratitude: Gratitude is a powerful emotion that can significantly enhance our happiness. Taking time each day to reflect on the things you are thankful for can shift your focus away from what you lack and toward the abundance in your life. Mindfulness and Presence: Often, our minds are consumed by worries about the future or regrets about the past. Practicing mindfulness – being fully present in the moment – can help us savor life's simple pleasures and reduce anxiety. Techniques like meditation and deep breathing can be instrumental in achieving this state of mindfulness. Pursue Passion and Purpose: Find activities and pursuits that ignite your passion and give your life a sense of purpose. Whether it's a career, a hobby, or a cause you believe in, having something to strive for and look forward to can bring immense joy. Take Care of Your Health: Physical and mental health are essential components of a happy life. Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate sleep can boost your mood and energy levels. Similarly, seeking professional help when dealing with mental health issues is a courageous step toward a happier and healthier life. Embrace Resilience: Life is full of challenges and setbacks. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity. Cultivate a mindset that views failures as opportunities to learn and grow. Embracing challenges with a positive attitude can lead to greater happiness in the long run. Live Within Your Means: Financial stress can take a significant toll on one's happiness. While money is essential, it's equally important to live within your means and prioritize financial stability over excessive materialism. Simple living can often lead to greater contentment. Give Back and Be Kind: Acts of kindness and generosity not only benefit others but also enhance your own well-being. Volunteer your time, donate to causes you care about, or simply be kind to others in your daily interactions. These actions create a sense of fulfillment and connection. Set Goals and Celebrate Achievements: Setting achievable goals and celebrating your successes, no matter how small, can provide a sense of accomplishment and purpose. It's important to recognize your efforts and progress along the way. Find Balance: Strive for a balanced life that includes work, leisure, and personal time. Overcommitting to one aspect of life can lead to stress and burnout. Prioritize self-care and downtime to recharge. In conclusion, the pursuit of happiness is a lifelong journey, and there is no one-size-fits-all formula. It's about finding what works best for you and continually adjusting as you evolve. Remember that happiness is not a constant state but a series of moments. Embrace each moment, practice gratitude, and live with intention, and you will be on the path to a happier and more fulfilling life. Ultimately, the key to living a happy life lies within you – in your thoughts, choices, and actions.
In this episode, we delve deep into the world of fitness expectations, exploring the fine line between idealistic aspirations and genuine progress. Drawing inspiration from the buzz of a recent wedding's cocktail hour, we reflect on those underrated moments of joy and connection. We'll unpack changes in gym programming and how it aligns with our goals. Crucially, through the lens of the insightful book 'The Gap and The Gain', we confront the perennial challenge of comparing ourselves to others, questioning our self-imposed benchmarks. Is it healthier to measure against our ideal vision or to appreciate the strides we've made from where we once stood? From personal battles with competitiveness to the broader landscape of fitness business ownership, join us as we journey through the challenges and triumphs of self-evaluation. Celebrate your progress, understand your aspirations, and find the balance between where you are and where you aim to be.
We kick off this week's episode of the Lone Lobos podcast with the team trying some canned salmon. Xolo Maridueña talks about his experience at the LAFC game with Selena Gomez and his Thai restaurant adventure. Also, Jacob Bertrand asks for girl advice and expresses his desire to name his future child Beans. Lastly, a treat for you all: The Lone Lobos Official playlist. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2s78hk3UJYnepis62dBQB8?si=aa3e2726bf124c4b TIME STAMPS: :30 - Trying Fishwife salmon 5:45 - Xolo x Selena Gomez at LAFC 10:51 - Jacob's girl advice 24:30 - Relationships in different life stages 27:35 - Beans Bertrand 33:06 - Xolo's Thai food adventure 35:42 - Aspirations for life 45:40 - Official Lone Lobos playlist 47:51 - Post credit scene -----
Dive deep into the world of 401Ks and retirement planning with Dr. Preston Cherry on "The Life Money Balance Podcast." He'll demystify the complexities, debunk social media myths, and focus on vital legislation like the ERISA Act. But it's not just about rules and numbers – Dr. Cherry will explore the personal side, discussing what 'enough' means for you. Plus, he'll break down the benefits of 401Ks, diversification, and compare them to IRAs. Discover wealth-building strategies like permanent life insurance and the backdoor Roth, all while realizing the importance of saving 12-20% for retirement. Get ready to be informed and empowered to shape your retirement confidently!Download your FREE guide: 10 Questions to Discover Your Money Mind, Aspirations & FreedomSubscribe to Life Money Balance® YouTube for content beyond the podcastDiscover a client relationship. Schedule a FREE, 20-minute Good Fit MeetingConnect with us across social media for more content - top right cornerFind your story & learn about services that fit your journeyThank you for tuning in; we hope the information is educational and valuable. Remember to like and subscribe to the LMB® channel. We appreciate you. Listen to the disclaimer at the end of the show.#lifemoneybalance, #financialfreedom, #retirement, #aspiration, #wellbeing, #wealthbuiding, #wealth, #financialwellness, #compassion, #financialeducation
You or your child has just finished up working out or playing hard outside, then all of a sudden, your chest tightens and you have cannot breath. You first breath deeper and nothing can come in. Then you try short breaths and your lungs continue to restrict, and then its confirmed and fear and panic set in, you are having an asthma attack and the only thing you can do is reach for your inhaler and take a few puffs. That may give you some relief, but in the end, you know that the attack could still come back again. Let's be honest here, do you really know what caused the asthma or the breathing attack? Do you really know how to fix it? Do you really feel that taking an inhalant the rest of your life is truly the answer that you are looking for? Your answer is probably no to these questions. So, Dr. Julie and Dr. Skip do not like the answers to these questions as well, let's pull back the curtain on asthma and reveal the truth about what is truly going on!
In this episode Garth and Jane Halonen (University of West Florida) interview Roy Hopkins (Professor Emeritus) from the St. Mary's College of Maryland in St. Mary's City, MD. This interview was part of the East Coast Tour 2023, in which Garth and Jane interviewed Roy in his hometown of Charlottesville, VA. Roy can look back now and celebrate a career of twists and turns or use the phrase he prefers -- duality. He succeeds often in his career but simultaneously has "fish out of water" feelings. He was a first-generation college student who successfully applied for scholarships, yet his mother felt that attending college increased their distance. He goes to Harvard for graduate school yet experiences the imposter phenomenon of being from Virginia. After not achieving tenure at Vassar (his first job post-PhD), he lands at St. Mary's College of Maryland -- a good fit for his teaching career, but not a good match for a gay man (the duality). Roy became a successful textbook author, publishing in adolescent psychology and introductory psychology.
Ana Andjelic is Chief Brand Officer of ESPIRIT Holdings Limited and the author of the book The Business of Aspiration. Specializing in building brand-driven modern businesses, Ana is one of Forbes's The World's Most Influential CMOs. We discussed all of this and more this week on the On Brand podcast. About Ana Andjelic Ana Andjelic is a brand executive, author of “The Business of Aspiration” and one of Forbes's The World's Most Influential CMOs. Ana specializes in building brand-driven modern businesses. Most recently, she led the rebrand of Banana Republic and is now the Chief Brand Officer at ESPRIT. Ana earned her doctorate in sociology and is a widely read columnist, speaker, and advisor. Links from the Show ESPIRIT's new line targeted at Gen X and Gen Z (what Ana called “two for one”). Here's a collection of classic ESPIRIT ads from the '80s like Ana and I were discussing during the show. Check out Ana's book The Business of Aspiration. What brand has made Ana smile recently? Art collective MSCHF, specifically their recent colab with Victoria Beckham. Connect with Ana on X, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also sign up for her Substack. As We Wrap … Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon/Audible, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, iHeart, YouTube, and RSS. Rate and review the show—If you like what you're hearing, be sure to head over to Apple Podcasts and click the 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review to help others find the show. Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is a part of the Marketing Podcast Network. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we speak with Kayko Tamaki, a single madre of one, who said EFF IT, and decided to take on becoming a mother on her own. As a queer woman, she knew that she would need to make the decision to have a child, and go through fertility treatments to get there. And, despite not having a partner at the time, she knew it was going to be a hard, but fulfilling journey. But, as fate should have it, she did end up finding someone during her pregnancy that has blossomed into a beautiful relationship that she is raising her daughter in. It was totally unexpected, but it just goes to show that when you go after what you want, everything around you ultimately falls into the place that it's meant to be. . So, just EFFing take that leap if you really want it because there never really is that “perfect” time to do it. To follow Kayko's journey, please follow her on Instagram at @kaykotamaki.
In this episode, Baylor discusses the Riders, or list of requirements that entertainers have for travel and stage, and how we can look at the riders of our lives. He suggests we lump out personal growth pyramind into three categories, non-negotiables, needs, and aspirations. He ultimatelly concludes, that by setting new standards, we move up our pyramid and improve our lives and careers.
On this episode of Banking on KC, Henry Wash, founder and CEO of High Aspirations, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how the program supports young African American males through role modeling and mentoring. Wash has more than 20 years' experience designing, implementing and evaluating programming for at-risk populations. As a graduate teaching and research assistant at UMKC's Henry W. Bloch School of Business, Wash gathered peer-reviewed research to develop High Aspirations, a faith-based program focusing on African American males, ages 8 to 18. The program supports them socially, academically, emotionally, and spiritually through mentoring and leadership training. Henry has associate degrees in applied science and arts, a bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in black studies and a master's degree in public administration - urban affairs. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, the International Honors Society of Sociology; a Harvard Annie E. Casey Innovations in American Government award winner; an alumnus of the Kansas City Tomorrow's program; an AmeriCorps alumnus; and a Rising Star alum award winner chosen by The Independent Insider. He is also a guest lecturer at Yale University. Henry's background is similar to that of many of the young men who participate in High Aspirations, overcoming his circumstances in large part due to the mentoring he received from two prominent Kansas Citians—Henry W. Bloch and the late Thurman N. Mitchell. Henry's vision is to return the favor by changing the direction of young men from Kansas City's urban core, resulting in a stronger community. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC
For a conventional candidate, facing a criminal indictment might preclude a run for public office. But for Donald Trump, at least up until now, litigation, both criminal and civil, has done little to change his political aspirations or his base's support. But are the cases filed in D.C. and Georgia, which allege interference with the 2020 election and an attempt to subvert the election's outcome, different and do they place Trump in legal peril? How do the facts in these cases diverge from those brought up in Trump's second impeachment for conduct related to the January 2020 insurrection? We'll talk to experts and hear from you. Guests: Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor, Slate - covering the courts and the law. She also hosts the podcast Amicus. Her New York Times Bestseller "Lady Justice: Women, the Law, and the Battle to Save America" is available in paperback on September 19th. Andrew Prokop, senior politics reporter, Vox
Off-Season Funhouse: Episode 295 Joining us from the SDPN, it's Raptors Republic alum, Es Baraheni! Joining us for the first time from "The Man Don't Care Podcast," it's Tristan Dunn! (00:00) - Boiling HOT intro (06:30) - Team Canada makes the Olympics for the first time in over 20 years. What's gonna happen in Paris? (17:12) - Which former Raptor playing in FIBA would you most like to see on the current Toronto roster? (22:15) - Winning Time is a fun show! What era and team needs its own Winning Time? (34:31) - Which player is about to have their first all-NBA appearance this season? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Imagine being able to balance your long and short-term financial goals with ease, mastering the art of diversification, and having that sweet spot where your portfolio works for you. Sounds enticing, doesn't it? In this rich conversation with Christine Benz, the Director of Personal Finance at Morningstar, we peel back the layers on capital gains tax, the benefits of Roth IRAs, and how to maximize your 401k plan. Tune in as Christine brings clarity to these complex matters, teaching us about the flexibility of using Roth IRAs as training wheels accounts and even dissecting the intricacies of 401k plans according to employer size.As we steer the conversation further, we discussed investment strategies that can simplify investing for those who might feel overwhelmed by stocks and bonds. Christine shares her wisdom on the value of index funds, exchange traded funds, automatic features, and target date funds. We also delve into the bargain of retirement funds for compounding and tax breaks, highlighting the unconventional yet beneficial policy of benign neglect. So whether you're a pro at managing your finances or just starting to build your financial plan, this episode is packed with insights that will empower you in your journey. Don't miss out on the chance to be in control of your financial destiny. Tune in now and let's navigate the complex world of retirement planning together!Download your FREE guide: 10 Questions to Discover Your Money Mind, Aspirations & FreedomSubscribe to Life Money Balance® YouTube for content beyond the podcastDiscover a client relationship. Schedule a FREE, 20-minute Good Fit MeetingConnect with us across social media for more content - top right cornerFind your story & learn about services that fit your journeyThank you for tuning in; we hope the information is educational and valuable. Remember to like and subscribe to the LMB® channel. We appreciate you. Listen to the disclaimer at the end of the show.#lifemoneybalance, #financialfreedom, #retirement, #aspiration, #wellbeing, #wealthbuiding, #wealth, #financialwellness, #compassion, #financialeducation
Welcome to the 85th episode of our brand new podcast: New Media! In this video, we've got a packed agenda! Join us as we discuss the Detroit Lions' hype, break down the AFC East and NFC North divisions, and dive into the Miami Dolphins' Super Bowl aspirations for the upcoming NFL season. From dissecting the Lions' potential to predicting divisional winners, this is your one-stop-shop for all things NFL 2023. Stay informed and entertained with our expert football analysis, hit that play button, and get ready for an epic NFL season ahead! We appreciate you all for listening and stay tuned for our next episode!
In this riveting episode of While Black, we dive deep into the heart and soul of America with the incomparable Dr. Cornel West. Prepare to embark on a thought-provoking journey through faith, fear, love, and music, guided by one of the most influential voices of our time. Dr. Cornel West doesn't hold back as he candidly shares his unfiltered perspective on the state of our nation. From the pulpit to the political arena, his wisdom transcends boundaries, resonating with those who seek truth and justice. We explore the core values that have shaped his life's work, from the unshakeable faith that grounds him to the profound love that drives his advocacy for a more equitable world. Dr. West's words are a powerful reminder that faith is not the absence of doubt but the courage to persist in the face of it. As we journey through this conversation, we also delve into Dr. West's bid for the U.S. presidency. He discusses the necessity of third parties in a political landscape dominated by two major forces and the urgent need for leadership that reflects the depth of our nation's challenges. In a world that often encourages conformity, Dr. Cornel West stands as a beacon of authenticity, urging us to confront uncomfortable truths and challenging us to be better. Join us for an episode that's sure to spark inspiration, introspection, and a renewed sense of purpose in our pursuit of a more just America. Go engage and support Dr Cornel West on this website (http://www.cornelwest.com/) - Click Here Don't forget to get social with While Black IG: WHILE_BLACK; TWITTER @whileblackpc; FB @whileblackpodcast or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recorded @ drsatl.com Theme song Produced by Wahid Gomes and licensed through Verde Music Group Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Mary Sullivan, co-founder of Sweet but Fearless, talks with Rosalie Swingle, an associate at Lathrop GPM/Litigation & Dispute Resolution group, about how confidence, knowing her non-negotiables, and relying on intuition were key in making the right career choice. It's invaluable to understand your priorities when it comes to your work life and aligning yourself with a company or firm with your values and aspirations. Be bold and ask questions before you make that next decision! You spend a great deal of time at work, be sure it challenges you in an uncomfortable but positive way. Resources mentioned in the podcastLinkedIn - Rosalie SwingleRosalie Swingle - Lathrop GPM Check-in with Sweet but FearlessWebsite - www.sweetbutfearless.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/successfulwomensnetwork LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/successfulwomensnetwork
In this episode, we check in with each other since so much change has happened for the both of us. One of us moved back to LA after a short stint in Florida, and the other has found a new job and romantic relationship, all while doing this mom thing. There have been a lot of ups and downs, but we are still moving forward despite the fears we have because we know what we are meant for more. And, we are narrowing down our path to that purpose. We may still not have our footing quite yet, but we're getting there. You just have to EFFing keep going!
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Ethic. Process. Aspiration. Practice. Come learn what else UNcontrol is and means and why we should engage it in the work of personal and collective freedom. New Feature Alert! Transcripts! We've added episode transcripts to our website (ps: we have a new website, too)! Now you can download written transcripts, share them, copy/paste those reflection questions, or read along while you listen. Check out this episode's transcript here. Want to give a little love back to How To Make Love? Become a patreon of the podcast.
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