In our newest Episode's Poppin' Culture segment, we discuss The Real Housewives of New Jersey, and the sometimes complicated nature of sibling-in-law relationships. Then, we do an Academic Deep Dive into new Psychoneuroendocrinology research titled, “Your Suffering is My Stressor: Proinflammatory Gene Expression Rises with Spousal Distress in Middle-Aged and Older Couples,” led by Dr. Stephanie Wilson at Southern Methodist University. Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, we react to TikToks on the difficulties of motherhood, making it look easy, and balancing our needs as parents with our need to prioritize our kids. Academic Deep Dive: hereGood or Bad Advice: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRwH2BYn/https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRKerN8J/https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRKJoEwa/https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRKekRRH/Youtube: hereAs always, this Episode has a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Want in? Head to Patreon and become a member today!
In the annals of bad advice, this might be up there with the worst of the worst. Like telling an emotionally dysregulated person to "calm down," the words "get over it" have been said millions of times. You have to wonder... how many times have they worked? I'd bank on zero. If something is signficant enough to cause long term emotional distress, chances are it's not something we can just "get over." This week we unpack this bad advice - what it really means and, more importantly, how to actually process our wounded places. Instead of expecting us to propel our hearts OVER a wound, let's talking about getting THROUGH it. (Please bear with my frog voice! I'm still getting over laryngitis!)
With ADHD we get to hear a lot of advice on how to get past our various symptoms. Sometimes that advice isn't so bad, sometimes it's pretty good - I mean that's what I'm trying to do with this podcast. But more often than not the advice we get for how to deal with our ADHD is downright bad.In this episode we're going to be exploring some of this unhelpful advice and what makes it bad and hopefully how we might be able to turn it around into something useful.Support me on PatreonAsk me a question on my Contact PageFind the show note at HackingYourADHD.com/142This Episode's Top TipsMuch of the ADHD advice available is not written by people with ADHD and doesn't consider the context and struggles of individuals with executive dysfunction. ADHD is a spectrum disorder with varying symptoms and levels, and advice may not work for everyone; individuals may have preferences or aversions to specific strategies or approaches based on their brain types.Common ADHD advice of "just do it" or "if you really wanted to do it, you'd do it" oversimplifies the challenges of ADHD and doesn't take into account how the symptoms of ADHD are going to prevent you from following through on that advice.ADHD is a real and impairing disorder, not an excuse or laziness. ADHD symptoms are chronic and significantly impact daily life.
A Bad Advice on how to handle a one-sided friendship! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
About Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship” Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all. However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent. Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal! Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods. But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.” They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problem, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems! Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about Sarah Contact Sarah
In this episode of Coffee and Prayer our devotions are found in James chapter 1-5 and Second Samuel chapter 16-20. We talk about getting kicked while you're down, how to respond when you realize not everybody has your best interest in mind. We talk about faith, God being in control and staying in your own lane. We talk about patience, the posture of success, and how to navigate the seasons and cycles of life.
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In this episode, your hosts, Pastors Kim and Jimmy, delve into the popular phrases "follow your heart" and "do what makes you happy." They discuss why these phrases can be dangerous and harmful to individuals, particularly when it comes to decision-making and the pursuit of happiness. Join them as they explore the potential pitfalls of relying solely on emotions and personal desires. Be sure to check out the show notes below for all the Scripture, resources, and links mentioned in today's episode. Thanks for listening! Never miss an episode! Stay in the know and get exclusive content when you subscribe to More Than You Asked For Updates: https://my.tfc.org/morethanyouaskedfor-wf Do you have a question for Pastors Kim and Jimmy to answer on the show? We'd love to hear it! https://rock.tfc.org/more-than-you-asked-for-comment Did you know More Than You Asked For is available on YouTube and everywhere you get your podcasts? You can also watch in your preferred TV App (Apple, Roku, and Amazon Fire) by downloading the TFC App on your device. SCRIPTURE Matthew 6:19-23 Jeremiah 17:9,10 Psalm 139 Matthew 22:36-39 Psalm 139:23-24 RESOURCES Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1566635055?ref_=cm_sw_r_apin_dp_30E4RJBQEYG68DVMSMQX The Bible Recap with Tara-Leigh Cobbel - http://www.thebiblerecap.com/podcast Tara-Leigh Cobbel's Israel Book - https://www.amazon.com/Israel-Illustrated-Devotional-Including-Features/dp/076424034X/ref=sr_1_1?hvadid=580750331252&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9028457&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=b&hvrand=777256907715450310&hvtargid=kwd-1104637423103&hydadcr=22562_13493218&keywords=tara+leigh+cobble+book&qid=1684177747&sr=8-1 LINKS Download Nota – https://apps.apple.com/us/app/my-nota/id1630818598?platform=iphone Get Pastor Jimmy's Book, Kingdom Come – https://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Come-Living-Heaven-Earth/dp/B0BN4PTDVQ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=jimmy+witcher+kingdom+come&qid=1678297510&sr=8-1 Listen to the Biblecast with Pastor Jimmy – www.tfc.org/biblecast Join this Sunday at Church – www.tfc.org/planyourvisit CONTACT US email@example.com Learn more: tfc.org/mtyaf CREW Hosts … Kim & Jimmy Witcher Producer … Bree Proffitt Video Director … Tyler Devenney Creative Director … Knox Botsford Content Producer … Anna Curry Audio & Video Editor … Matthew Bowen YouTube Specialist … Elijah Slaydon Content Creator … Katelyn Skrdlant Production Assistant … Hallie Jones
In our newest Episode's Poppin' Culture segment, we discuss what it might be like to work with a spouse and LIVE with Kelly and Mark. Next, we do an Academic Deep Dive to ““How Do Own and Siblings' Genders Shape Caregivers' Risk of Perceiving Care-Related Criticism From Siblings.” Recently published in The Journals of Gerontology – led by Dr. Marissa Rurka at the University of Michigan – explores adult children caring for their aging parents, and the often GREATER caregiving burden experienced by daughters than sons. Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, we talk about tips for family vacation from the Washington Post. Academic Deep Dive: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36469600/ Good or Bad Advice: https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/02/16/plan-family-travel-vacation/ Youtube: https://youtu.be/StdOCXGsgM4 As always, this Episode has a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Want in? Head to Patreon and become a member today!
This week Esther and Niki are your worst enablers yet. Whether it be going for it with the guy you like, moving in with him, or telling your mother in law off they're pushing you to just go for it! Need Advice? Submit your question anonymously HERE Follow Us On Instagram Follow Us On Tiktok --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theadvicehotline/support
In our newest Episode's Poppin' Culture segment, we discuss Love is Blind, and how people do or DO NOT work on their relationships. Next, we do an Academic Deep Dive to “Associations between vocal arousal and dyadic coping during couple interactions after a stress induction” by Dr. Lisanne Bulling at the University of Zurich. Turns out we can responde to our partners stress just by picking up on changes in their voice. Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, we talk about quotes from Stephen Sondheim's “Into The Woods”. Academic Deep Dive: here Youtube: here As always, this Episode has a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Want in? Head to Patreon and become a member today!
It's Not What It Seems with Doug Vigliotti
This episode of Books for Men is a short recap of all the episodes from April '23. It was a full month—(2) book episodes, (1) Bad Advice episode, and (1) From the Vault episode. All super solid. Listen for more!If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting the podcast. Any of the three things below will help provide awareness for the initiative—inspiring (more) men to read and bringing together men who do. (Ladies, of course, you're always welcome!)Share with a friend or on social mediaSubscribe or follow on your favorite podcast platformLeave a rating or reviewVisit BooksforMen.org to sign up for the Books for Men newsletter, a monthly round-up of all the episodes w/ links, full book and author info, best quotes from each title, and newsletter-only book recommendations.
It was a banner weekend for Ohio State as the Buckeyes landed offensive tackle Josh Simmons and defensive back Lorenzo Styles from the transfer portal, and received a commitment from 2024 running back recruit Jordan Lyle. Dan Rubin and Dave Biddle discuss that and more on today's show, including whether Luke Wypler -- who fell to the sixth round of the NFL Draft -- received bad advice before making his decision to turn pro. All of that and much more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A person's tumultuous relationship with her dad makes today's Bad Advice! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this video, we'll be discussing the renowned financial guru Dave Ramsey and his incredible impact on helping millions of people get out of debt. While Dave's advice on eliminating debt has transformed countless lives, we'll delve deeper into his wealth accumulation strategies and explore where they may fall short. Join us as we dissect his investment recommendations and offer alternative perspectives to maximize your wealth-building journey.
Outcome of Miguel's Bad Advice. Queen City Confessions: Just found out about he fathered a son. Blown Off: Nick & Emily—The Wedgie. AITA Follow-up: How was the Period Party? Try It Tuesday: BBQ sauce + pretzels. Kelbin's Sleep Study Results.
Miguel gives questionable advice to a friend Monday 4/24/23
Recognizing good advice and discarding the bad is part of the admissions process. Aline has finished her PhD! She walks Jeff, Riley, and AJ through what defending a dissertation is like, and looks back on some of the things she's learned about herself and about science. And, bad advice is like a leaky umbrella that lets you down when you need it most. So how do you recognize good advice and distinguish it from bad advice when you're applying to medical school?
Welcome to this week's episode of Leading As Serving. In today's conversation, Jason & Chris centered on a popular phrase that's often tossed around as a mantra for success: 'Fake it till you make it'. While we've used the phrase before, we realize that it could be misapplied and potentially harmful in some situations. The conversation is centered on the advice that sounds good on the surface but may not be appropriate in reality.Don't miss critical aspects such as the strong code of ethics, knowing your limitations and boundaries, building step-by-step, being methodical, and cultivating authenticity, transparency, and integrity in relationships.Sign up for an Uncommons Network Group here! uncommonsentwork.comFind out more on our website: leadingisserving.comLearn your Leadership Voice here: Take the 5 Voices Assessment for free and connect with coaching through exANIMO Solutions.Leading is Serving podcast is hosted by: Chris Wood (Stillwater Renovations) & Jason Kempf (exANIMO Solutions)If you have any questions, suggested topics, potential interviews, or just want to know more, contact us at on our website!Music is Disarray by Bobo Renthlei on SoundstripeRecorded at The Uncommons Studios
Scoot talks to Concealed Carry NOLA owner Dave Newman about what he teaches his students about responsible firearm use
In our newest Episode's Poppin' Culture segment, we step into a conversation about stepparenting after divorce with a discussion of Andrew Shue and Amy Robach. Next, have a conversation anpout allyship with an article title, “Help (Un)wanted: Why the most powerful allies are the most likely to stumble – and when they fulfill their potential” by Dr. Karren Knowlton at Dartmouth. Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, talk about how to be a first time grandparent.. Academic Deep Dive: hereYoutube: hereAs always, this Episode has a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Want in? Head to Patreon and become a member today!
In this episode I break down why “train the dog in front of you” may not be the most sound advice. Subscribe and follow -Dog Training Is My Passion- on Spotify, Google Podcast and Apple Podcast as well as other podcast platforms. For some of the best crates in the market go to: https://dogtrainingismypassion.com/crates/ Check out the Malinois Course & Members Area at: www.dogtrainingismypassion.com For my protection book, check out: https://www.amazon.com/Decoy-Book-Collaborations-Some-Industry/dp/B08T6YGWSD/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=william+garrido&qid=1611459006&sr=8-1 For the best exercise weighted harness, go to: https://xdog.com/?rfsn=6353897.841b22 Remember to use Promo Code: DTIMP15
The Moneywise Guys Friday, April 14th BE MONEYWISE. Moneywise Wealth Management I "The Moneywise Guys" podcast call: 661-847-1000 text in anytime: 661-396-1000 website: www.MoneywiseGuys.com facebook: Moneywise_Wealth_Management linkedin: MoneywiseWealthManagement Guest: Michael George, Executive Vice President/Marketing for Safe One Credit Union website: www.safe1.org/home/home
A response to a Bad Advice about a neighbor's noisy dog! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fight for a Happy Life with Sensei Ando: Martial Arts for Everyday Life
Welcome to Episode #117 of the Fight for a Happy Life podcast, “Bad Advice in the Martial Arts.” You get a lot of advice as a martial arts student… you probably give a lot of advice, too! But is it possible that all of that good advice is actually bad advice? In this episode, I'm... The post #117: Bad Advice in the Martial Arts [Podcast] appeared first on Sensei Ando.
It's Not What It Seems with Doug Vigliotti
This episode of Books for Men features another edition of Bad Advice which speaks to a well-trodden (oft-given) piece of advice to "work on your weakness" or “improve in areas you're not so great.” In general, I think (most of the time) the exact opposite is probably better advice. Ooh, dicey, but hear me out. Listen for more!If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting the podcast. Any of the three things below will help provide awareness for the initiative—inspiring (more) men to read and bringing together men who do. (Ladies, of course, you're always welcome!)Share with a friend or on social mediaSubscribe or follow on your favorite podcast platformLeave a rating or reviewVisit BooksforMen.org to sign up for the Books for Men newsletter, a monthly round-up of all the episodes w/ links, full book and author info, best quotes from each title, and newsletter-only book recommendations.
A Bad Advice about a divorced couple with kids who still live together! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Bad Advice about a lady who doesn't want to deal with her drunk mother in law! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of The New CISO, Steve is joined by Martin Fisher, CISO at Northside Hospital.An information security veteran, Martin has worked in the commercial aviation, finance, and healthcare industries and was an award-winning podcast host. Today, he shares how to build a unified team and his approach to managing mental health. Listen to the episode to learn more about the value of hobbies, defining company culture, and being an empowering leader.Listen to Steve and Martin discusses the importance of shared team culture and how CISOs can balance the stress of the job:Meet Martin (1:50)Host Steve Moore introduces our guest today, Martin Fisher. Over his decades-long tech career, Martin has worked in several industries. His podcast, Southern Fried Security Podcast, lasted ten years and was an incredible learning experience. While a podcast host, Martin discovered that he used too much jargon for non-security listeners, encouraging him to expand to a larger audience.Other Hobbies (5:52)Martin considers himself an original nerd, playing Dungeons and Dragons as a kid and an adult. A fan of role-playing tabletop games, Martin has backed many Kickstarters and has a great gaming community within his group of friends.Mental Healthcare (8:22)A CISO for a hospital, Martin stresses that mental healthcare is healthcare. Martin believes in what his non-profit-based workplace stands for, which is why he has chosen this role.The Bad Day Factor (10:27)Martin manages his mental health by setting boundaries. People need to separate their work and personal life because it's essential to have time to decompress. In the IT and security fields, there is a high percentage of neurodivergent employees who may need additional support in dealing with stress. Leaders must have employee assistance programs to help their staff with mental healthcare safely.Being Authentic (16:50)To build lasting relationships, you have to be your authentic self. When Martin looks for people to promote within his team, he looks for genuine individuals. Growing the Team (18:33)When Martin started his current position, he and the company culture aligned.Starting as the original security employee, Martin has been able to grow his team. His company understands that security is an investment and helps protect its patients, which has led to its success. Martin hires employees with their personalities in mind and how they fit the company culture.Patient Safety (22:53)Confidentiality is paramount to uphold in the medical security field. Since they are a patient-safety-first organization, Martin ensures he hires employees who understand that mentality.Defining Work Culture (28:25)Northside lists its company culture on job listings to attract the right candidates, which includes kindness. Since Martin focuses on patient safety and quality care with his CISO work, he hires people who match those ideals.When you have this approach to hiring, you can create a positive feedback loop while forming a strong team.Culture Over Security? (33:35)Steve presses Martin on what's more important: culture or preventing security issues?For Martin, security is still, of course, the focus. People are human and make mistakes, but they've never had a problem they couldn't control. Bad Advice (38:43)The worst career advice Martin ever received was to work for a hedge fund. This environment was not a good fit for Martin, further emphasizing his point on authenticity's value.Military Experience (39:56)Martin explores how he has applied his military service...
News Wheel: First impressions, dining manners // AI gives really bad advice // Jonathan reflects on how politics is boring, but he loves historySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our newest Episode's Poppin' Culture segment, we discuss Nappily Ever After, and the need for the White community to create a sense of belonging for Black women. To engage in behaviors that promote Black women's efforts to authentically express themselves in White spaces.. Next, we do an Academic Deep Dive into new Archives of Sexual Behavior research, with an article titled “Does Sexual Desire Fluctuate More Among Women than Men?” Turns out the sexual desire of the different sexes may not be so different, after all. Last up, in Good or Bad Advice, we respond to a listener's request to discuss advice on kids using cell phones. Academic Deep Dive: here https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s10508-022-02525-y.pdf Good or Bad Advice: https://consumer.ftc.gov/articles/kids-mobile-phones Youtube: here As always, this Episode has a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Want in? Head to Patreon and become a member today!
V Hale joins us for a Bad Advice about a friends with benefits situation gone wrong! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We get clarification on Alex's lotion situation and a Bad Advice filled with drama! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Bad Advice on how to deal with a neighbor's loud dogs! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Loqui Podcast @ Present Influence
How much bad advice is out there? How many people are creating valuable content in podcasts?We tend to think there is huge competition in the podcast space but the reality seems to be that there is very little valuable and quality content out there. Here is the opportunity.Neal Veglio is a podcast coach, editor and educator with a long history in podcasting and also in the broadcasting world. He's known for speaking his mind and being unafraid to speak out on the more negative aspects of the podcasting world.If you've ever wondered who to trust for podcast and promotion advice or you are trying to spray content all over the internet and wondering why it doesn't work, this is your episode.Should you listen to Gary Vaynerchuck's advice? How you can easily game the Apple Podcasts charts (if you want to)? Why a top UK podcast isn't really a top UK podcast.Find Neal on LinkedIn and at Podknows PodcastingEnjoying the content? Join me for the Podfluence Weekly newsletter. CLICK HERE to get articles and show updates every week(ish).You are warmly invited to join other coaching & speaking professionals who are building their authority through podcasting in the Podfluencers Facebook Group and get your free download of The Complete Podcast Guest Superstar FrameworkThere are 2 things that fill my heart with joy: one is people sharing my episodes because they've been helpful and hopefully entertaining, and the other is people leaving reviews for Podfluence on Apple Podcasts or PodChaser. Either of these will earn my ever-lasting gratitude and both might just get you on my Christmas card list.Of course, if you REALLY like the show, you're welcome to support Podfluence financially with our Supercast link Support the show Mentioned in this episode:Podfluence WeeklyJoin us for the official Podfluence Weekly newsletter https://present-influence.ck.page or Subscribe on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/build-relation/newsletter-follow?entityUrn=6882642444815519744
At some point, you gotta learn the important lesson that some of the people in the media are cons. They are paid corporate shills who are directed to push a particular narrative. They are controlled opposition designed to do whatever their corporate puppet masters advise them to do. If you listen to them, you are doing so at your own peril. ⚠️ "It has become more and more obvious that there is one political party in America and that is The Business Party." -Bill Hicks Links:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_PavcYPcmchttps://app.hedgeye.com/insights/70141-remember-this-jim-cramer-bear-stearns-is-fine-do-not-take-your-monhttps://nypost.com/2023/03/10/cnbcs-jim-cramer-touted-silicon-valley-bank-stock/https://fortune.com/2023/03/15/winner-silicon-valley-bank-collapse-bank-of-america-jpmorgan-goldman-sachs-deposits/Links where I can be found: https://causeyconsultingllc.com/2023/01/30/updates-housekeeping/Need more? Email me: https://causeyconsultingllc.com/contact-causey/
What happens when 2 assholes with too much sense stop making sense? On this episode, Antoine and Matt discuss Matt's love of Lord of the Rings. Listen to him become annoyed that Antoine knows nothing about the movies. They also discuss other movies and tv shows they've been watching as well as video games. Finally, they give some Bad Advice. Join the nonsense at https://linktr.ee/2sense
In our newest Episode, we first discuss depression as seen on Season 2 of Harlem, how to support friends' mental health, and carefully recommending therapy. Next, we do an Academic Deep Dive into new Family Process research by Dr. Casey Totenhagen at University of Alabama and her colleagues exploring whether couples who play together, and engage in shared activities, experience fewer negative effects of financial stress on their relationship. Then, in Good or Bad Advice, we discuss Schitt's Creek parenting recs, acceptance advice from Mr. Rogers, and Adele's take on friendships. It's a lot - and it's only here, on Attached!Academic Deep Dive: herehttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/famp.12869Good or Bad Advice: Moira RoseMr. RogersAdeleYoutube: hereWe also have a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Please, consider subscribing here!
Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Learn to take advice from those you are modeling your design career after, not those who do not! Learn more about asking less of those who aren't designers and more from those who are profitable the way you want to be profitable!Purchase Carina's new book here: https://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designprofitprosperEpisode 272 on the Make and Design Podcast: Stop Taking Bad Advice__________Watch Carina's FREE training, How to Become A Money-Making, Fulfilled Surface Pattern and Craft Designer Without Spending Time On Things That Don't Work https://www.carinagardnercourses.com/freetraining__________About Carina Gardner:Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc.Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers.Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.comWatch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/So many of you are seeing how to become Profitable in my new book Design Profit and Prosper! It's available on Amazon in kindle, paperback, and hardcover. There has been no better time to get into design and you are going to love learning how to stand out in the market! Plus, my new Masterclass specifically for this book is now available! Go to designprofitprosperbook.com to learn more!
It's Not What It Seems with Doug Vigliotti
This episode of Books for Men features another edition of “Bad Advice”—a new segment where I debunk advice that (I think) is given far too often. This edition speaks to all those "shortcuts" people are hawking. Do you really need it to be easier and faster? Listen for more!If you enjoyed this episode, please consider showing your support for the podcast. Any of the three things below will help to provide awareness for the initiative—inspiring (more) men to read and bringing together men who do. (Ladies, of course, you're always welcome!)Share with a friend or on social mediaSubscribe or follow on your favorite podcast platformLeave a rating or reviewVisit BooksforMen.org to sign up for the Books for Men newsletter, a monthly round-up of all the books and authors featured on the podcast that month.
What Engine Oil Weight do I use in my 1999 Chevy Suburban? Why does my 1996 Silverado drop out of Overdrive? Why does my 2012 Jeep get hot when I drive it hard? Why do my Chevy Trax Cooling Fans stay running? Do I really need ball joints on my Trailblazer? How do I remove stuck Spark Plug Boots? How do I pass a Smog Test in California? Does my Ram Truck have a bad cam or bad oil filter? Does my Toyota Tacoma have bad Catalytic Convertors?
A quick check in and a Bad Advice about bad management! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Maintaining The Me In Marriage And Motherhood
Feeling seen and supported by a few trusted individuals goes a long way. But the quality of support makes the difference in the direction you go.When you're not getting along with your spouse and/or can't seem to get on the same page and the kids are off the chain… you probably do what most people do… Call somebody to vent or get advice.In this episode Im talking about the problem with getting advice from people who aren't qualified, the benefit of getting professional support and 5 questions to consider when you're looking for support. TUNE IN!
Find Your Purpose - Live Your Passion with Gregory Knapp
“Find your passionate purpose” is bad advice, Your money or your life - yes? Greg explains. gregorybknapp.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DoubleStack WordPress Business Development
Following this popular, mainstream advice caused a multi-year delay in launching my career. I thought launching a web design business was more complicated than it...
before typing this out i sat for a whole five minutes in total silence. it was an accident. i didn’t mean to do it. but i’m realizing i don’t do that enough these days. and that maybe i should do it for longer sometimes. i’m in my bedroom and no one else is home right now. i can hear some quiet bird sounds from outside. i know the highway is only a few hundred feet away but i can’t hear it. there’s a low hum from something. probably the fan in the bathroom? the half bath doesn’t have a window so keeping the fan on in there helps keep it from getting too stuffy. the refrigerator makes sound but it’s mostly easy to tune out. i wonder if my lamp is making a sound right now. i just heard a motorcycle for a second. and now it’s gone.the heater just came on. in 15 seconds the fan will kick in and in another 20 second it’ll reach my bedroom. sound waves move through air. the heat moves through air to my body. i baste in it so my fingers can defrost and so i can finish this message to you. and then i’ll silence my fingers for five minutes.DOWNLOAD/STREAM RECORDING00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 Kate Davis “Daisy” Trophy03:14 Little Angry “Green Mountain” A Cup of Tea06:51 ratbath “the devil” cold golden boxes09:01 Chris Weisman “Yeah You” Romantics10:22 Friendship “You Might Already Know” Dreamin’14:02 Fern Mayo “Goddess Under Exclusions” Week of Charm17:53 Moor Mother “Passing Of Time” Analog Fluids Of Sonic Black Holes22:05 Ganser “Motivational Speaking” You Must Be New Here26:22 False Advertising “Reading it Wrong” Brainfreeze30:30 Sharks’ Teeth “Face the Grove” Broken Trust in Satan32:44 Romantic States “Mike’s Property” Ballerina36:28 Sarchasm “Deadname” Beach Blanket Bummer Pop39:43 James Kochalka Superstar “Tape Hiss” Eggs40:56 Mono Lisa “Comment Party” Vision Engineering44:22 Joy Cleaner “Bad Advice” You’re So Jaded47:17 Parlor Walls “Spinning Gold” Lunchbox / Spinning Gold50:18 Rachael Dadd “Palaeontologist” FLUX54:38 Yawzea “Slaw” Zoning Demos57:06 Shutups “Almost Won The Lotto” Every Day I’m Less Zen60:10 Dead Little Penny “Out Of Body Experience” Urge Surfing64:01 Squarehead “Maybe” High Time67:46 WOOLWORM “Dogman” Awe69:45 LACKER “HEAVENS” TWO-FACED GAG71:44 thanks for coming “clue” the back of my knee74:29 22 Halo “Big Fire” 22 Halo
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In our newest Episode, we're talking about racial justice and the work of antiracism in families and workplaces. First up we do an Academic Deep Dive into new Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology research done by Dr. Nkemka Anyiwo at Columbia and her colleagues exploring how Black families help support the healthy development and survival of their children in a racially oppressive society using a parenting practice known as “racial socialization.” Then, in Good or Bad Advice, we discuss recommendations on how to build an anti-racist workplace by Time's Up. Listen and let us know what you think! Academic Deep Dive: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/casp.2652 Good or Bad Advice: https://timesupfoundation.org/work/equity/guide-equity-inclusion-during-crisis/building-an-anti-racist-workplace/ Youtube: https://youtu.be/vtEIF0jq18s We also have a bonus Good or Bad Advice segment for our Patreon subscribers! Please, consider subscribing: https://www.patreon.com/attachedpodcast