In today's episode, I'm sharing why I believe the idea of “balancing” a healthy lifestyle isn't realistic and what is actually helpful instead. Resources mentioned in this episode: Move Forward, Feel Better Course Full episode notes can be found here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Background Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage, Yoga, Studying and TherapyHi everyone, this is Jim Butler and welcome to the Deep Energy Podcast 847 - Balancing Silence…………………………………….I have a brand new album/cd/download, whatever they call them. It's called Crossing the Rainbow Bridge and it's dedicated to my amazing dog Bennie who passed away in 2021. I'm really proud of it and hope you will enjoy listening to it. You can find the links to all of the places you can buy or stream it here:https://jimbutler.hearnow.comIf you would like to find out more about me and my music, head on over to www.jimbutlermusic.com or you can e-mail me at email@example.com. On the website you will find links to all of my social media including FB, FB fan page, IG and Twitter and any live appearances I am making in the Keene, NH area. My YouTube page has all of the podcasts if you like listening that way, plus various other videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/JimButlerMusicI now have a merchandise store with a collection of mugs, t-shirts, tote bags, hoodie's and a ton more… you can find it at www.deepenergy.threadless.com This podcast is ad supported, if you would like to listen to the podcast without ads or speaking, please go to my Bandcamp page and most of the podcasts are there. If you would like a podcast and you don't see it, just send me an e-mail and I will get it uploaded ASAP.www.jimbutler.bandcamp.com Please share, subscribe, rate and review (helps more people find the podcast) through however you listen to the podcast including:Spreaker, Stitcher, Apple Podcast App, Castbox, Pandora, Spotify, Soundcloud, Luminary, iHeart Radio, Radio.com, Deezer, YouTube, Alexa and Siri and many other podcast providers.Thank you for listening. Until the next time, please be kind to one another, peace, bye…Image by: @Leonevondizic via Twenty20https://www.twenty20.com/photos/47a69b65-0204-4da0-aa06-6114c7adecb5
Stacy Haughey is from a small town on Michigan's Upper Peninsula -- it's the kind of place where family is everywhere and traditions run deep. Hunting was something Stacy inherited from her maternal side. "Grandma's Hunting Training Academy" is what they jokingly called it when time at Grandma's was synonymous with time in a tree stand. 2:00 Wild game Christmas basket exchange, ya'll 3:30 Small-town life on Michigan's Upper Peninsula ("the U-P" to Michiganders) 6:00 Learning to hunt through your family's maternal side, where grandma's in charge... aka "Grandma's Hunting Training Academy" 8:00 How a Depression-era mentality influences ethos about food security 13:00 The UP Habitat Work Group 14:00 When species conservation depends on private lands habitat 18:00 Building connections... it's a time investment that pays dividends 21:00 Want to connect with Michigan's DNR? It's 906-226-1330 24:00 Balancing a passion for the outdoors with raising kids... there is no mold of what it should look like 30:00 Michigan's Becoming an Outdoor Woman (or BOW) program 33:00 Artemis Ambassador applications are open through Feb. 7... if you care about seeing more women in the field and on the water, your time and expertise is needed. Please apply! Want more Artemis? Find our Facebook group for more great discussion. 35:00 Hunting with older cousins as an 8-year-old and being sworn to secrecy after one of them runs the rig into a fencepost 37:00 Learning to track 38:00 Volunteering at a deer check station (best place to see what's new in hunting... like the blaze-orange body suit) 41:00 Barefoot turkey hunting with Mary Lynn 43:00 Is there ever an ideal time to have a new dog? Mid-life rescue dogs and their "interesting" behaviors
Contrary to popular belief, most successful business owners start out in their businesses while still working their full-time job. If this is you, you're in the right place, my friend. Before you high-five yourself, listen up. Balancing a full-time job and a business isn't easy. You need to cultivate a certain level of risk tolerance or else you'll likely throw in the towel before you gain momentum and strides. Especially if you're also a wife, a mom, and a host of other responsibilities. On this week's episode of the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, Christine talks about how you can successfully grow your nutrition business while you're still working your full-time job, without risking mental, emotional, or physical burnout. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE Common mistakes you can make when quitting your job too soon. 8 important strategies you can implement to grow your business while you're still working full-time. How to tell when it's really time to quit your job and go full-time in your business. How to prepare your MINDSET for becoming a small business owner. FEATURED ON THE SHOW Grow your business while working full-time with Christine as your business mentor. Don't go it alone when you don't have to! Learn more about private coaching and schedule a Consult Call w/ Christine so she can discuss the details of how she can help you grow your business AND transition from employee to entrepreneur with ease. Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur” Workbook
Ryan Maiuri joins us on the podcast to discuss the Central football offense which was #1 in total offense (570.1 yards per game) and scoring (53.5 points per game) in 2021. . Originally from Sterling Heights, Michigan, Maiuri graduated from Lakeland College (Wis.) in 2006 and received Illini-Badger Conference player of the year honors in 2005. He led the Muskies to their first-ever playoff berth and was the league's offensive player of the year in 2004. Maiuri has been an assistant at Lakeland, Winona State, Adrian College, and a graduate assistant at Minnesota under Jerry Kill. Shownotes: -Start in coaching -Offensive philosophy and culture -Having undersized, athletic players -Schemes that fit well with undersized linemen -Balancing the use of tempo and motions and shifts -Player involvement in constructing the offense -Educated freedom -F.R.E.A.K.S -Decentralized decision making -QB and WR meeting time -More group and team during season than individual -Group and team periods used throughout the week -Communication in inside run -Pass concepts -Teaching four verticals -Practicing four verticals -Most effective plays in the Central passing game -The need for having Both RPO and play action -Technology and changes through COVID -Winning edge - coaching with love Twitter: @coachmaiuri
Healthcare Professional Turned Real Estate InvestorEpisode 102: Nic Espanet has been passively investing in multifamily assets since 2016 and has been a multifamily Syndicator & Asset Manager since 2018. Nic has worked as a licensed Physical Therapist since 1996 and has run his own private practice since 2012. His experience as a small business owner combined with his detail-oriented personality has equipped the strong growth of Thrive Multifamily, a Texas-based multifamily syndication company. Nic is currently an Asset Manager in 4 multifamily syndications totaling 580 units and is a Passive Investor in an additional 1780 units at 7 properties.For today's episode we will cover: [ 00:00 - 03:13] Opening Segment.Getting to know Nic Espanet. [ 03:13 - 12:18 ] Experience as a healthcare provider.Lack of financial literacy as healthcare professionals.Realizing that physical therapy can't be sustainable.Why healthcare benefits aren't enough.Getting out of the rat race. [ 12:18 - 22:18 ] Getting the first deal.Analyzing deals with a partner online before Zoom.Working with a more experienced person.Setting a goal and learning what to sacrifice.Balancing being a W2 employee and a small business owner.Getting the foot through the door. [ 22:18 - 29:16 ] How COVID affected Nic's businessesChallenges to overcome.Knowing where to cut to be afloat.How the Multifamily market survived COVID. [ 29:16 - 41:05 ] The marketplace after COVIDSurprises in today's marketplaceInvesting in the South EastChanges in strategyFuture of Multi-family [ 41:05 - 46:50 ] Finding where to focusLook for a local partnerWhy you should connect with Nic [ 46:50 - 53:15 ] Closing segmentRapid fire questions for Nic.Final words from everyone.Tweetable Quotes: SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial freedom through multifamily investing! Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram John on LinkedIn and Facebook Brian on LinkedIn and Facebook #SuccessfulMindset#Smallbusiness#BalanceInLife
E144: Boston based singer/songwriter Andrew Geano and I sit down to speak over life as an artist through COVID times, differences between recording your own music at home and working with a pro studio, covers verses originals, process, and the value in authenticity and lo fi experiences. In this episode learn what it takes to properly balance the gig life with a day job and how to conquer unwanted pieces of the process. Music, day to day life, and what can happen in the Boston music scene. In This Episode We Cover Recording your own music through initial COVID lock downs Differences between recording your own songs and recording at a pro studio Authenticity in your creative Human element verses polished and perfect When is it time to go to a professional studio? Cover gigs vs originals Writing process Creative doesn't always have to be real or make sense Consuming new music and art even when you may not like it at first Quotes “ When it comes to demo's even if they don't have the studio polish to it, there's a certain charm that comes from lo fidelity that comes from demos.” - Andrew Geano “ Hearing someone saying your lyrics back at your face when you are at a new venue in a new place you are like “What the F$#$* is happening!?”. - Host Dave Swillum “ Theres not such thing as a wasted moment when it comes to consuming new art.” - Andrew Geano Andrew's Link's Website: www.andrewgeanomusic.com New Song! https://open.spotify.com/artist/4LeIRPuCY1Wx06h9Sm6GIF?si=CGkboGj_QDy8kv1-i75aJg&nd=1 Waking Up From Work Podcast Links IG / Tik Tok / Clubhouse / Twitter / HiHo Follow & DM Me! @davewakeup Merch To Support Us! https://wakeup.itemorder.com/sale?fbclid=IwAR30nyVXdpFaax0mN0CRcC_mVjNzafbMo0spds82eoG-GMo01HG6Uq0dvzw Patreon (If you want to support the show check out our sweet offers for you) https://www.patreon.com/wakingupfromwork Facebook Community to connect to creatives https://www.facebook.com/groups/wakingupfromwork/about/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org Youtube Channel & Series https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJeddF25VuWn8Eg3Fhy13fQ?view_as=subscriber For audio advice and more in depth music content from Dave www.crawlspaceaudio.com Dave's Indie Band Broadwing https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/broadwing/tennessee
Are you considering outsourcing for your business? Are you an outsourcing resource for other businesses? Do you want to better understand the ways that outsourcing can help you grow your business and balance your life? Our special guest Rachel Luther answers these and other questions about entrepreneurship, leadership and outsourcing. Rachel Luther is the Founder of Check Off Your List and an entrepreneur who was a virtual assistant before people knew what the term meant. After spending the last 10+ years growing her VA business from a one-woman show to a team of talented professionals providing all areas of back-office virtual support, Rachel is divulging her secrets to success, covering work/life balance, strategies for outsourcing, remote work, and everything in between. Rachel created her business to have a life and build a business, which she built while not only raising four children, but also homeschooling them. Rachel is often asked, “Can you be an entrepreneur and still have it all?” The answer is a resounding “Yes,” and her podcast (Checking Off Your List) tells you how. The Leadership Junkies Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com. Show NotesEpisode highlights… Role and importance of outsourcing in the new realities of COVID and remote work Understanding what needs to be outsourced Keys to choosing outsourced resources given the greater resource options Growth of virtual assistants and outsourced solutions Strategies for building your business as a virtual assistant or outsourced resource Strategies for choosing your outsourced resource Understanding different categories of virtual assistants and outsourced resources Outsourcing tasks versus projects versus processes Shifting your mindsets to work with outsourced resources Outsourcing as a path to balance and business growth Effective outsourcing and shifting your control mindset Value of outsourcing by working with people who can focus on what they do best and what they love Understanding why outsourcing rates may be higher than employee rates (value versus cost) Value of outsourcing – Clearing your plate and getting better results with less effort Understanding your unrealistic view of your employees' productivity Ways the outsourcing conversations have changed over the past five years – shifting from how is this possible to strategizing what needs to be outsourced Key questions to ask in exploring and choosing outsourcing resources Key question to ask in determining what to outsource (and what not to outsource) How to assess the value of outsourcing versus the cost of outsourcing Growth of fractional services in business Keys to assessing the outsourcing of marketing and social media Why outsourcing sooner than you think will help you grow your business and balance your life Resources: Rachel Luther LinkedIn Rachel Luther Instagram Check Off Your List Website Checking Off Your List Podcast with Rachel Luther New One Minute Manager book by Ken Blanchard The Leadership Junkies Podcast Cardivera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Far too many women's ministries are trapped in promoting superficial relationships....and superficial Christianity. How do we build ministries that disciple women into biblical literacy, and also foster an environment of Godly friendship and accountability?
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In this episode, Courtney talks about: -The many hats an entrepreneur mom must wear, and why we are FULLY capable of truly doing it all -Courtney's journey to achieving and BALANCING the demanding roles of CEO and mom-life -The importance of placing value on your time, as a tool to better prioritize and manage your schedule -3 Questions to ask yourself regularly, to take better inventory of your most valuable asset – your time Coming up: Momentum Mover Academy Learn + implement the Blossoming Moms AIM strategy to achieve your personal and professional goals with ease. Join our private + exclusive 8-week program TODAY. Learn more here! Connect With Us On Social blossomingmoms.co docjenblossom courtney__wolf
About This Episode: What a validating conversation I had with Laura, aka The OT Butterfly. She and I view parenting our neurodiverse kids in a similar light, and I truly loved hearing about her mindset shift around how to handle a meltdown. Here are just some of the things we discussed:-Balancing motherhood and being a professional in the field of neurodiversity-Meltdowns will happen - stopping the behavior is not the goal!-Difference between tantrums and meltdowns-Generational differences in emotional regulationYou can find Laura on IG @theotbutterfly. She's also launching a FREE masterclass called the Sensory Meltdown Masterclass for Parents - check it out at www.theotbutterfly.com/masterclass. Please shower Laura with love and support by SHARING this episode with your mom friends and groups!MORE:-Want to be a part of my support group community, Mothers Together? Send me a message on IG or FB and I'll tell you how to sign up!-Subscribe to On The Hard Days via Apple, Spotify, or however you get your podcasts. *Please leave a review* to spread the word to other moms around the world!
Welcome everyone to the Craft & Draft podcast! We are so excited to bring you what we love, talking with you about workshop, literacy, writing, reading, and real world teaching. Jacob and Pam discuss how they use direct and indirect instruction in their workshops. But before they begin, Jacob shares how each interview from the […] The post #72 Balancing Direct Instruction with Facilitation appeared first on Craft & Draft.
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Nicole Tabs, Co-Founder, and CEO of the business development agency Monarchy Media. She is also the Co-Founder of the modern business brand, Uplifts and Co-Founder of Serendipity Group Inc, a film production company that just launched its first show with ABC. Nichole is a master of starting, scaling and, managing businesses from the ground up. Tune in to learn more!
Welcome to season 4 of That Good College Life everyone! Today I am so stoked to welcome Melanie Ros from the University of New Orleans onto the podcast to talk about business and what it looks like to rest being a busy college student! She talks a lot about an on-campus ministry, Delight, that she has recently become a part of and how the Lord is working through her, the ministry, and all of the other women involved to spread the Good News on UNO's campus! It's pretty amazing! You don't want to miss it!
Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Career Podcasts! “Sit with the idea of what it would mean for you to take on a worthy goal, become the best version of yourself, and unlock your greatness by taking on the hard things. I'm asking not just for you, but I'm asking for me and my world, because it's a chance for all of us to live a better life.” - Michael Bungay Stanier With the new year upon us, what would it mean for you to find and set a worthy goal, something that is thrilling, important, and daunting at the same time? Today's special Finding Brave guest reveals the 3 key components of a worthy goal, what it really means to commit to one, and why we don't have to travel this path alone, because we can ask for support along the way. Michael Bungay Stanier helps people be a force for change. He's best known for his book The Coaching Habit, which has sold close to a million copies and has thousands of 5-star reviews online. His latest book, How to Begin, helps people find the clarity and courage to take on a Worthy Goal and start something thrilling, important and daunting. He founded Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that helps organizations move from advice-driven to curiosity-led. They've trained hundreds of thousands of managers to be more coach-like and their clients range from Microsoft to Gucci. He left Australia about 30 years ago to be a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, where he shares that his only significant achievement was falling in love with a Canadian. Michael now lives in Toronto, having spent time in London and Boston. Balancing out these moments of success, he was banned from his high school graduation for “the balloon incident,” was sued by one of his Law School professors for defamation, and his first published piece of writing was a Harlequin Romance-esque story involving a misdelivered letter called The Male Delivery. I encourage you to read Michael's latest (and very enlightening) book and let us know what lessons you glean from it. How has your energy been shifted, and what did you learn? Please feel free to reach out to Michael or me with your feedback and questions about what we discuss in this episode. Here's to your joyful pursuit of your worthy goal! To learn more about today's guest, visit: https://www.mbs.works/
Longtime Mountain & Prairie listeners will remember Adam Gall– he's a Colorado-based hunting guide who, along with his wife Anna, owns Timber to Table Guide Service. Adam is a highly regarded expert in the pursuit of elk and mule deer, and he offers a variety of outfitting services ranging from public land hunts for experienced hunters to private land hunts for beginners. In my first episode with Adam, we discussed his career path to guiding, which included stints as a wolf biologist and science teacher, as well as his advocacy for public lands and wildlife conservation. - In early January, I had the pleasure of joining Adam for my first-ever elk hunt, and this episode is a discussion about that extremely powerful experience. I had wanted to hunt elk ever since moving to the Rocky Mountains back in 2005, but I never took the necessary steps to learn how to do it. While I do have limited experience with bird hunting, I had zero experience hunting with a rifle. The idea of starting big game hunting from scratch was intimidating and overwhelming– plus, I have way-too-many other hobbies that fill my time– so elk hunting has been on the back burner for more than 16 years. But after getting to know Adam, learning about his skills as a teacher, and admiring his calm demeanor and reverence for wildlife, I decided that he was just the person to introduce me to the sport of elk hunting. - To be completely transparent, I was very nervous about all aspects of the hunt– my shooting proficiency, my ability to kill the elk quickly, quartering the animal, and processing the meat. I have the utmost respect for the skills required to be a responsible and effective big game hunter, so I was intent on approaching the entire endeavor with a high level of seriousness and focus. From the moment I arrived in Hotchkiss until we had processed the last pound of meat, Adam and Anna were exceptional teachers–we had a successful hunt and I left Hotchkiss with a newfound, life-changing appreciation for everything that is required to procure meat for my family. - The purpose of this episode is to provide instruction and insight for people like me– individuals who are interested in big game hunting and procuring meat but have no idea where or how to start. Even if you've never shot a gun, there will be useful information in this episode. Adam and I discuss all aspects of the hunt–from shooting practice at the gun range on the first day all the way to processing the meat into burger, steaks, and roasts four days later. I discuss the overwhelming emotions I felt after killing such a majestic animal, and the eye-opening experience of learning about specific cuts of meat with Anna. We discuss how Adam's experience as a teacher makes him such an effective guide, and the importance of approaching hunting with respect, reverence, and curiosity. We talk about game management, food systems, private lands' role in wildlife health, and much more. - I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Hopefully, it will give you the encouragement to pursue hunting if it is of interest to you. Hunting is obviously not for everyone, but as a person who eats and enjoys meat, I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to participate in all the tasks that are required to put clean, healthy meat on my family's table. - Thanks again to Adam and Anna for the once-in-a-lifetime experience, and thanks to you for listening. Enjoy! --- Timber to Table: https://timbertotableguideservice.com/ Adam's first M&P episode: https://mountainandprairie.com/adam-gall/ Full episode notes & links: https://mountainandprairie.com/elk-hunt/ --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 4:45 - Thanks to Adam 6:15 - Why Adam enjoys teaching first-time hunters 8:15 - Adam's background as a teacher 10:30 - Balancing fun and seriousness 16:15 - Details of the private land "meat hunt" 21:45 - Importance of game management on private lands 23:45 - Hunt preparation 32:15 - Morning of the hunt 34:45 - The kill 37:45 - Respect for the taking a life 44:45 - Quartering the animal and processing the meat 54:45 - A foundational shift in perspective 58:00 - Cooking resources and ideas 59:45 - Closing thoughts --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts
Today on the Friends in Beauty Podcast I welcome Tatiana Ward aka Beat Face Honey, to the Friends in Beauty guest chair. Tatiana is a celebrity makeup artist and educator. Her very start in the beauty industry was that of educating. Her precise and easy to follow YouTube videos have amassed over 13 Million hits on Youtube worldwide. Tatiana's mass appeal, skilled artistry, and straight forward teaching style has transcended her from an online influencer to working with celebrities and educating live. She has been featured in major publications such as Teen Vogue, Elle Magazine, Buzzfeed, Ebony Magazine and many more. Her bubbly personality and extensive knowledge of makeup has been featured on BET, The Steve Harvey Show, CNN, and the FOX Network as an on air contributor. Having nearly half a million Instagram followers and a growing online presence, Tatiana has become a long standing and respected staple in the makeup community. So much so that her live classes and private sessions keep her traveling the world. Let me tell you something! I'm still pinching myself that I was able to have this chat with Tatiana. She's been one of my inspirations from the beginning of my career as a Makeup Artist so this was truly a full circle moment + such an amazing + transparent conversation about her journey in the beauty industry. In this interview Tatiana shares: -How her journey in the beauty industry began + how makeup is just a small part of who she is -How she gained a huge following on YouTube + how the platform has changed making it a little harder for creators -Her experience working with some of the top celebrities in the industry - like Brandy, Nicki Minaj, Keyshia Cole -How she uses her other skills to generate income -Her excitement about her new product line -Balancing motherhood + staying motivated -Amazing advice from Sam Fine -And she even shares something she's never shared before about a particular celebrity that you may find intriguing. I appreciate Tatiana for sharing her experiences so openly. There are tons of learning lessons that we can all learn from sprinkled throughout our conversation. So, go ahead and jump into it with Tatiana and if you prefer to watch the interview then tune in on YouTube Don't forget to share with another #FriendinBeauty. Enjoy this episode! Leave us a 5 star review and share this episode with a friend or 2 or 3. email@example.com Resources Mentioned In This Episode: -Kevyn Aucoin - Book: Making Faces -Scott Barnes -JR Halsey Foundation -The Lohm -Sam Fine Additional Resources: -https://www.amazon.com/shop/akuarobinson -Skillshare - Use this link for 2 months free of the premium plan: https://skl.sh/30t352q -Shop Mented Cosmetics - https://www.mentedcosmetics.com/?rfsn=1290937.f2481 Use Code “AKUAROBINSON” for 10% of your purchase Announcements: We're on Apple Podcasts - www.bit.ly/FIBPodItunes! Join our Facebook community… If you're looking for a community of like minded, ambitious, and supportive #FriendsinBeauty all working to leave our mark on the beauty industry, join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty Join the Friends in Beauty Mailing List: www.bit.ly/FIBTribe Social Media Info: Tatiana Ward (Instagram) - @beatfacehoney Tatiana Ward (Website) -https://www.beatfacehoney.com Friends in Beauty (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - @friendsinbeauty Friends in Beauty (YouTube) - Friends in Beauty https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYPyO8nAosEmjEE5nza9Zg?view_as=subscriber Akua Robinson (Instagram,Twitter) - @akuarobinson AkuaRobinson (Facebook) - Akua Robinson MUA Akua Robinson (Website) - www.akuarobinson.com #FriendsinBeauty #FIBPodcast
5 ways to boost energy with nutritional therapist Alice Mackintosh. Feeling tired all the time is the most common complaint in GP surgery's, in this short episode we break down the simple steps to combat exhaustion from balancing blood sugar to the key vitamins and minerals to look out for, plus the role of coffee, sugar and artificial sweeteners.Here's a simple recap - eat lots of bright, colourful, whole food ingredients and look at:Balancing blood sugarSwitching to whole grainsIncluding protein in every mealIncluding lots of iron (with vitamin C for added absorption), B vitamins, magnesium and essential fats (omega 3)Be mindful of the quantity and timing of coffee consumptionTry to avoid consuming lots of additives, refined foods, artificial sweeteners and burnt foodsAlice Mackintosh:@alicemackintosh_nutritionwww.alicemackintosh.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Altruist is on a mission to make independent financial advice better, more affordable, and accessible. The company has built an all-in-one platform that reduces barriers for financial advisors to deliver great advice. As a result, advisors using Altruist can work more efficiently and substantially lower operating costs, enabling them to grow on their terms and help more people. Adam Grealish offers an overview of the state of the financial advising industry and why there's a time and place for Robo advisors. But there's a growing need for human financial advice too. About Adam Adam Grealish's career is rooted in financial innovation. Through his work (formerly at Betterment and Goldman Sachs, and now at Altruist as Head of Investments), Adam has a unique pulse on the trends and issues shaping the wealth management and financial planning technology spaces. Further, because Adam has assisted financial advisors for years in various roles, he has keen insight into how the industry has evolved and where it needs to go. Before serving as Betterment's investing lead, Adam was Vice President in the Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities division at Goldman Sachs. Adam was responsible for structured corporate credit and macro credit trading. In addition, Adam was part of the quantitative equity portfolio management team at New York Life Investments earlier in his career.
On the 273rd episode of The Copywriter Club Podcast, we're joined by 3 guests. Peta O'Brien-Day, Tori Autumn, and Demetrius Williams join the show to talk about their experience inside The Copywriter Accelerator. The Accelerator Program is our signature program to help new-ish copywriters build the foundations they need to have a successful copywriting business. Whether you decide to join or not, this episode is filled with actionable advice no matter what stage of business you're in. Here's what we talk about: How The Copywriter Club Accelerator can help transform your business. Why people decide to join + how you may feel when you've hit a ceiling in your business. The key to fast-tracking your business. Hint: Systems and processes play a big role. How to go from order-taker to business owner (and stay that way). 3 books you may want to add to your bookshelf in 2022. The secret(s) to shifting your money and pricing mindset, so you can increase your prices. Why it's important to dedicate time to your business AND business development. Balancing the different roles you play in your business and outsourcing what you can. The benefits of accountability, and how it will propel you forward faster. How branding yourself can be like therapy. Should you start before you're ready? How to juggle life and business while going through an immersive program. Niching yourself based on your values. Creating packages that feel good and don't overwhelm you. Why it's a good thing to change your brand over time. The best time to invest in yourself. Hit play or check out the transcript, so you can jot down and implement the advice in this episode. Ready to hit accelerate on your business? Check out the Accelerator by hitting the link below. The people and stuff we mentioned on the show: Kira's website Rob's website The Copywriter Club Facebook Group The Copywriter Accelerator The Copywriter Underground Peta's website Tori's website Demetrius's website Full Transcript: Rob Marsh: If you're a regular listener to The Copywriter Club Podcast, you know that it's rare for us to have more than one guest on a single episode. But today we're going to do things a little differently. We've invited three different members of the current cohort of The Copywriter Accelerator to join us, to talk about their experience in this transformative program. Kira Hug: We'll let these copywriters introduce themselves in a moment, but first, let me just say, if you're tempted to skip this episode, because you're not interested in this program, it could be worth giving it a quick listen because many of the takeaways they share about the changes they've made to their businesses apply to copywriting businesses at every single stage. And these writers are doing some pretty cool things in their businesses. You might be inspired by what they've done, and maybe even borrow an idea or two for your own business. Rob Marsh: At this point in the program, we would usually say something like this episode is brought to you by The Copywriter Accelerator. And then we would tell you all of the reasons why you should consider joining. We're not going to do that today. Other than to say that after listening to this episode, take a moment to visit thecopywriteraccelerator.com and see what this program is all about. And see for yourself whether or not it's something that you should consider for your business this year. Kira Hug: So, let's jump in with our guests. We are so excited today to be here with some of our Accelerator members, members who are currently in the program, which we're about to wrap up this month. And so before we dive into this conversation and ask you all a bunch of questions, can you take a minute to introduce yourself, all three of you? Just share name, where you're located, your copywriting specialty, and then bonus points if you want to share a favorite movie or bo...
In this episode, Kylie & Sophie are joined by Claire Grieve for her second episode on The Not So Simple Life. Claire is a highly sought after celebrity yoga instructor & an extremely knowledgable health coach. On her popular social media platforms, she shares all of her best wellness tips for both the body & mind to help us achieve a more vibrant life. Claire has struggled with depression in her past and would rely on anti-depressants. By using the power of yoga & meditation, along with some other important lifestyle changes, she managed to overcome this illness and put away the medication. To listen to our very first episode with Claire Grieve CLICK HERE. STAY TUNED AT THE END OF THIS EPISODE FOR A VERY SPECIAL 8 MINUTE SOUND BOWL MEDITATION BY CLAIRE. Some topics that will be covered in this episode with Claire include: Explaining the experience at her wellness retreats and upcoming trips, Her top travel tips for traveling alone, Life lessons she has learned from traveling, How she optimizes her digestion, sleep schedule & immunity while traveling, How she adjusts her diet and fitness routine while on vacation, Balancing social media content and staying present while traveling, Tips for improving sleep quality and staying asleep through the night, Combating winter blues while staying positive and energized during the cold season, How she got started with mediation and her tips for daily mindfulness, The benefits of sound bowls and how to use them while meditating, How to cleanse your aura, Common life interferences that will lower your vibrations, How to raise your vibration and protect your energy, SOUND BOWL MEDITATION AT THE END OF THE EPISODE & SO MUCH MORE! You can find more on Claire & her wellness retreats on her WEBSITE, INSTAGRAM & WELLNESS APP EVE. SHOP our favorite Cured Nutrition CBD & use code SIMPLE for 10% off at checkout. SHOP Palo Santo SHOP S.A.D Light SHOP Sunlife Organics Matcha SHOP Sage Smudge Spray SHOP Lavender Essential Oil If you liked this episode, please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE on Apple podcasts. We would love it if you could leave us a rating/review to tell us about any thoughts you may have. Take a journey on over to our podcast Instagram page @TheNotSoSimpleLifePodcast. Feel free to email info@TNSSlife.com if you want to get in touch with @KylieVonnahme & @SophieLongford! FIND MORE & SHOP OUR FAVORITES ON OUR WEBSITE AT www.TNSSlife.com. NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY...See y'all next Tuesday!
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Episode 71:I answer questions about how to be happy for others, handle job loss, keeping relationships while trying to figure out your life & more.Join the Beauty Marks Facebook Community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/232540008049231/https://www.facebook.com/groups/232540008049231/Don't forget to subscribe to my podcast, leave a review and follow me on Instagram & Facebook https://www.instagram.com/elizabethsabby/ . For questions, comments or collaborations please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Antibiotic use has become a major area of focus for the swine industry in the last few decades. With more and more resistance genes appearing, we need to do our best to limit the use of antibiotics so we can continue to use them as long as possible. In today's talk with Dr. Karriker, he talks about the proper use of antibiotics in the swine industry and how we can maximize health while decreasing antibiotic use on our swine farms. "
Do you believe that passion and purpose come from simple events? How can we, in our little way, make a difference and change lives? In this episode, Raul welcomes guest Dawn Manske to talk about fighting against human trafficking. Dawn is an advocate against human trafficking, and she shares how she creatively found and created a vehicle to uplift this vulnerable community. Through Made For Freedom, a business that she established, many victims' lives have been changed. It provides people with dignified employment. Also, this business's goal is to let people wear things made with dignity. Currently, Dawn partners with 15 centers across the globe to expand its organization's operations. Highlights Dawn's origin story of discovering and fighting against human trafficking - 2:00 Aligning purpose and growing the business - 9:02 The genuine need: the issue behind the pants and how it changes lives - 11:50 Partnering with 15 centers across the globe - 14:03 Balancing the supply and demand - 15:15 Measuring the social impact - 18:45 Reinvesting profits into the cause: the true value of business - 22:45 Where you can read more about the Dawn's cause: Made For Freedom Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork https://dogoodwork.io/work-with-raul https://dogoodwork.io/podcast Connect with Dawn Manske https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnmanske https://madeforfreedom.com/
As the new year unfolds, do you feel more pressure to fully live your purpose? But what if your purpose remains unclear to you? In this episode of the Align Podcast, I'm joined by Youtuber, Podcaster, and polymath Chris Williamson. He's the creator and host of "Modern Wisdom" where he interviews some of the brightest minds on the planet to explore different topics on human nature, philosophy, health, fitness, and many more. Chris admits feeling like an outsider his whole life, which helped forge his exceptional perceptive qualities that led to his huge commercial success as a club promoter. But, for Chris, we're more than what we do. He goes on to discuss the key to finding your purpose, how to make sense of your suffering, and one of the most bewildering topics of all…modern dating. He explains why more men and women struggle to find a partner nowadays and how balancing the feminine and masculine energies can solve it. What we discuss: 0:00 – Introduction to Chris Williamson 2:30 – How dogs can help you live longer 7:09 – Intrinsic focus Vs. Extrinsic focus 13:30 – Is there a cheat code to finding love? 17:30 – How to reframe your negative experiences 21:40 – Why curiosity is also a desire to be understood 32:00 – How to transcend your suffering 38:40 – Finding and questioning your purpose 42:00 – The most attractive quality in a person 46:00 – Is a high-agency partner good for you? 55:00 – On modern dating: Problematic relationship advice you need to rethink 1:02:00 – Balancing the feminine and masculine energies to solve the chaos of modern dating Learn more from Chris Williamson: Website: https://chriswillx.com/ Instagram: @chriswillx
1:04 - The guidance hypothesis: the dichotomy of implicit and explicit learning.Generally well developed and researched.1:49 - Rich Masters and the role of implicit and explicit learning on the effects of pressure and stress on performance.2:54 - Defining explicit and implicit learning.4:52 - Using golf putting as an example of studying the effects of implicit and explicit learning.6:00 - Tendencies to believe that implicit learning is drastically superior to explicit learning.Both implicit and explicit groups in the golf putting study improved.6:32 - How the introduction of pressure and stress changed the results of the study.The implicit group found little to no decrease in performance while the explicit group had detrimental effects to their performance.7:14 - Combating “choking” from a motor learning perspective.8:46 - Defining choking and its causes.10:15 - Rich Masters methods to induce implicit learning.“Dual-task learning”13:25 - Creating an effective environment for implicit learning15:16 - Balancing explicit learning and implicit learning: how much time should athletes spend in each environment?Depends on the athlete's skill level.20:58 - Despite having a heavy emphasis on implicit learning, does Kasey still debrief with his athletes or give them direct instructions?Overlapping elements.26:39 - Using the theories to also guide communication with athletes.30:13 - How coaches can know if they have actually established an effective implicit learning environment with benefits to their athletes' performance.Get CYBO the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098630904Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/coachyourbrainsout
Cartoonist and publisher Spike Trotman publishes books she considers “strange and amazing.” Her company Iron Circus specializes in “underrepresented voices, underrepresented themes, stuff that has not got a big audience quite frankly or a lot of people catering to it right now.” Sounds like a recipe for struggle. Yet they're KILLING it. “For the first time in my career, it feels limitless. It feels like I have so many possibilities.” Spike is a Kickstarter All-Star champ, and Iron Circus has gone from self-publishing her webcomic collection to putting out up to 15 books a year, riding a wave of pandemic-fueled popularity into new ventures (animation) and big plans for more growth. Spike does everything her own DIY way and is making it work (and then some), so give this fun episode a listen and find out why you're better off better off making pineapple-anchovy pizza. Top takeaways: Despite reasonable competition for the hardest-working publisher and loving her work, Spike's got hit with major burnout. feeling overwhelmed: "The answer isn't to work harder. The answer is to take a break." The importance of delegating tasks and asking people for help. You don't have to (and shouldn't) do it all. More from the episode... How the pandemic affected comics publishing (spoiler alert: 40% GROWTH.) Spike's struggle to shift her mindset from DIY indie comic to business owner: "I was still in that headspace where no one can do it correctly but me." The ins and outs of Kickstarter, including how the platform has evolved since Spike's first campaign in 2009. What is Spike's "cheese pizza" theory of mainstream media? And why are anchovies so awesome? "You do not have to be a New York Times best seller to make a living." — Why it only takes a thousand true fans. How sometimes, small indie creators can do better than mainstream authors. "There's still room for functioning independently." "We love our erotica and we love the people who make it." — How Iron Circus nurtures (one of) its niche audience(s). Spike describes her first vacation in over 10 years. The value of intentionally reserving some elements of life to be non-monetized in avoiding burnout. Balancing business and the need to be creative, Spike shares her low-stress method for making her own comics even while running an active publishing company. The value of NOT learning to do everything yourself...learning to accept help and delegating tasks within her small business: “I remember with crystal clarity the day I decided, oh wait, maybe it would be more efficient to hire someone who's been doing this for 20 years, than try and teach myself an entirely new system and do it myself.” More from Spike Trotman C. Spike Trotman is a cartoonist and publisher. She started an imprint called Iron Circus to self-publish her own webcomic Templar, AZ back in the late aughts, and then built that little publishing effort into the largest indie comics publisher in the Midwest! Trotman is also known for the webcomics Lucas and Odessa (with Meg Gandy), Sparkneedle (with Matt Sherridan), and Blikada. Iron Circus now publishes a slate of a dozen or more new books every year. They're even getting into the animation game with a short by Tracy J. Butler's Lackadaisy that Iron Circus just Kickstarted for $330,000. Spike is also incredibly generous in helping younger and less-established creators figure out how to make this all work (check out her eBook, Let's Kickstart a Comic). Connect with Spike Trotman https://ironcircus.com https://twitter.com/Iron_Spike https://twitter.com/ironcircuscomix https://facebook.com/ironcircuscomics instagram @ironcircus pillowfort @iron_spike Additional Links https://law-arts.org https://mynoise.netThe Autonomous Creative is brought to you by Authentic Visibility: marketing for creatives who (think they) hate marketing. Learn more here!
The perfect yoga teacher doesn't exist. We may know this on one level and still try to perform the idea of a yoga teacher rather than embody our own truth. Dagmar Spremberg shares her story of moving from comparison and impostor syndrome to sharing her gifts with confidence. Episode Highlights: How Dagmar learned to trust her intuition. Why it's helpful to practice telling your story The importance of community and sufficient time in teacher training Balancing vulnerability and leadership while holding the seat of the teacher Why you need to separate your personal practice from your teaching practice Links & Resources Follow YTR on Instagram @yoga.teacher.resource Join the Yoga Teacher Resource email list Join the Yoga Teacher Resource Facebook Group Learn more about the Impact Club Dagmar's website @montezumayoga
Balancing your own needs with the needs of others can be a tricky practice. On this episode of the podcast, we explore that exact thing – how to balance your personal wants and needs with other people's wants and needs ... Read More The post Ep #138 Identity and Connection appeared first on Build A Life After Loss.
Shivani Govil, Chief Product Officer at CCC Intelligent Solutions, and Seth Rachlin, Executive Vice President at Capgemini, discuss the ways digital technology is transforming the insurance industry, share advice on balancing internal innovation with external stability, and much more.---------“At the end, it's about streamlining towards the outcomes that you're trying to deliver. It's very important that as we think about this need for digital transformation, it's not an isolation of, ‘Oh, I want to go on this journey because everyone is doing it.' It's about how do you deliver those better outcomes as a business and as an organization?”- Shivani Govil“I think many who sit in the CIO and CTO seat, we are enamored of technology. We love technology. I think too many of us don't recognize that there needs to be a business imperative for technology to make a difference… The secret is figuring out how to make it relevant and meaningful, and how to make it resonate for customers, employees, and for stakeholders through the ecosystem, because otherwise it's just cool technology.”- Seth Rachlin---------Time Stamps:* (1:53) New tech's influence on consumer's expectations* (5:11) Balancing internal innovation and external stability * (8:22) How new tech and world events will impact insurance in 2022* (11:04) Reasons for digital transformation outside remote working * (17:10) Advice to legacy companies for digital transformation * (21:07) Innovating with a purpose and plan* (23:03) Shivani and Seth share what keeps them motivated--------SponsorThis podcast is brought to you by Asana. Asana is a leading work management platform that empowers teams to orchestrate their work — from daily tasks to big strategic initiatives — all in one place. By enabling the world's teams to work together effortlessly, Asana helps organizations of all sizes and industries achieve their goals, faster. Learn more at Asana.com.--------LinksConnect with Shivani on LinkedinConnect with Seth on LinkedinLearn more about CCC Intelligents SolutionsLearn more about Capgemini
On today's episode, Hari Krishnan is joined today by Benn Eifert, to discuss running a volatility fund, the benefits that Benn gets from using Twitter, how to effectively serve clients as a volatility trader, the drawbacks of hedging via ETFs, monitoring market flows, the popularity of short-dated options, implied volatility versus realised volatility, how correlations change over time, balancing family-life with managing a fund, and the new normalisation of working from home. In this episode, we discuss: A behind the scenes look at running a volatility fund How to use Twitter as an investor Bringing value to clients as a volatility trader Hedging via ETFs Market flows Options Implied volatility Finding a good work & life balance Follow Niels on https://twitter.com/toptraderslive (Twitter), https://www.linkedin.com/in/nielskaastruplarsen (LinkedIn), https://www.youtube.com/user/toptraderslive (YouTube) or via the https://www.toptradersunplugged.com/ (TTU website). IT's TRUE
Teresa Greco is a happiness expert and the host of a weekly internet TV show called “The Steps to Happiness Show With Teresa Greco.” She's a 2X bestselling author, an educator, and educational technologies consultant with a master's degree from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is the editor and senior writer at two Canadian lifestyle magazines as well as a contributor to 3 international magazines. Teresa is being featured on the November 2021 cover of Modern Warrior Magazine. As a coach and reiki master, she does public speaking, holds workshops, and mentors others about embracing, honoring, loving, and celebrating their true authentic self and achieving their own personal happiness and fulfillment. Are you ready to unlock & embody The true Warrior Spirit in all areas of your life?
Episode 429: Fixing Athletes Thyroid To Stay Healthy Inside Out with Dr. Aime Hornaman Our bodies were not made for walking around, being miserable, tired, depressed, or constipated. This is not a sign you're getting older. It's also not something you need to live with. It's a signal that something is wrong with your body. You can find it through testing, listening to your body, and asking yourself how you feel. Pairing up how you feel with your lab test will help you get the full picture of what is going on and the proper treatment plan. Learning how to be a patient advocate for yourself and work with a specialist will help you find the right answers and get back to optimal health. Join the conversation with Dr. Aimee as she shares about thyroid dysfunction and other related hormones dysfunction, causes, and intervention strategies to provide you with tools to help you advocate for your thyroid and hormone health. Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:24] About KetoCon Austin 2022 conference. Registration code Lowcarbathlete [03:18] What's in for you in today's episode [06:36] Hyperthyroidism attacks in female athletes and entrepreneurs [10:23] Dietary and lifestyle changes impacts among people with thyroid issues [11:29] Pairing Keto and hyperthyroid [13:39] The opponents of pairing up keto with Low carb diets [16:30] Having a sustainable keto diet lifestyle [18:44] Balancing and matching your nutrition with your workouts, menstrual cycle, etc. [20:59] How overriding fasting signals activate reverse T3 and bring hypothyroidism [26:08] The importance of hyperthyroid help and how to get help [29:26] How low testosterone and estrogen levels contribute to thyroid disfunction [30:44] T4 conversion to active T3 and to reverse T3 hormones [33:28] Lifestyle changes that athletes should focus on to optimize their thyroid functionality [38:57] Blood screening tests sample for thyroid and other hormones markers [46:16] Nutrition for autoimmune, hypothyroidism (with high free reverse T3), and hair loss [47:47] Low thyroid function impact on vitamin D and other health risk factors [50:26] The importance of iodine and selenium test [54:00] Takeaways from Dr.Aime [58:38] Cycling your carbohydrates naturally while listening to your body [59:45] How to connect and reach out to Dr. Aime Notable Quotes “Going too low on carbs for extended periods will drop your T3 levels.” “Tunning to your body will help you do your dieting and fast naturally.” “Sleep is vitally important, and you're not going to be a better human being with five hours of sleep.” “High selenium is as bad as low selenium in preventing T4 to T3 conversion.” “You've to know your levels before you start throwing in supplements.” “Be a patient advocate for yourself.” Connect With Us Dr. Aimee Website: https://dramiehornaman.com/ The Thyroid Fixer Podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/the-thyroid-fixer-dr-amie-hornama LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-amie-hornaman- Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/amiehornamannutrition/?_ Debbie Potts Website: https://debbiepotts.net/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thewholesticmethod/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lowcarbathlete/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/thelowcarbathlete? ***Thank you for listening to The Low Carb Athletes, Healthy Building Podcast. We focus on discussing content to help you burn fats, improve health, and increase performance in life and sport. Transform the whole you from the inside out with a holistic method. Please consider leaving a review and sharing the podcast with your friends! Also, don't forget to follow us on social platforms*** Head to my website to learn more and to schedule a free discovery call via http://debbiepotts.net/
The art of stagecraft. It's not just what you say, it's how you say it. Understanding your artistic ability, and how to bring things to life, will separate the speakers from the professional speakers. So how do you find your inner performer? Our lead coach, Rick Clemons, is the expert on helping others find where their star shines the brightest, and how to take delivery and content to the next level. Rick takes a deep dive into what speakers should be doing to bring their craft to life while balancing the value of performance vs. being in the moment with your audience. He shares a few of his own first-hand experiences on the stage and how he's relied on strong fundamentals and creativity to adjust his stagecraft for each audience. What's exciting is that Rick will also share about a special cohort we will be launching SOON here at The Speaker Lab. Through live virtual sessions, Rick will be working with students to develop everything from volume, cadence, receiving constructive feedback, and navigating the technical things that make all the difference. If you're excited about what you heard in today's episode and interested in learning more about our stagecraft cohort, visit thespeakerlab.com/stagecraft to schedule a call with one of our enrollment advisors. Rick is an amazing coach and he's planned an incredible experience for our students - we hope you'll join us! THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW: Does booking gigs mean you're a good speaker? Finding your inner performer (not someone else's) The value of an outside perspective Can stagecraft be taught or do you have to have the “it” factor? Balancing performance vs. presence How to join our stagecraft cohort And much more!
After early success in his wrestling career, it was during his college years that he lost sight of who he was and what motivated him. It was during these dark times where Josh was introduced to the Navy SEALs and the catalyst that would get him fit enough to join their ranks, CrossFit. Once Josh had envisioned becoming a SEAL there was absolutely no turning back. Training harder than ever before, he overcame numerous hurdles to earn his trident and walk amongst the planet's elite. During his time in the SEALs, Josh still trained harder than ever to accomplish another lofty goal of competing in the CrossFit Games. Balancing the grind of serving his country, he managed to do what he set out to and took 2nd place in the 2011 CrossFit Games, thus catapulting his name into the limelight in the world of competitive fitness. Known for his fiery antics and passionate roars of satisfaction when crossing the finish line after a job well done, he has gone on to compete at the CrossFit Games six times, winning multiple events and regionals along the way. Josh's approach to mental preparation has long been sought after and he could not be more excited to help anyone from all walks of life to become the best version of themselves.
We're excited to welcome Natalie Pertz to the show today! Natalie Pertz (she/her) is an arts administrator and ultra-marathoner currently based in our nation's capital. Her perfect day would begin with strong coffee and early hours spent frolicking in the woods followed by a good meal in great company. Outside of her full-time gig in education at The Kreeger Museum, Natalie is also a cat mom pursuing her master's degree. Since finishing her first 5k at IRIS' Run for Refugees in 2017, she has run over 40 races, most notably the JFK 50 Mile in 2021 and the Marine Corps Marathon during the downpour-humidity cocktail of 2019. "Hide of a rhino, heart of a fairy. Topics we dive into include: How Natalie got started in running All about her first 50-miler — deciding on the race, any apprehensions, the process of training, and reflections afterward How she has balanced running with grad school, big life changes like moving, and a new full-time job! Future aspirations with running and life The role that community plays in Natalie's running journey Advice she would give a newer runner (and her younger self) What being a Strong Runner Chick means to her Tips for those visiting or moving to D.C. (including her favorite running groups)! Connect with Natalie: Instagram: @pertzfect --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/strong-runner-chicks/support
Welcome to episode 246 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen with your host Matt Payne. This week on the podcast I was joined by Kurt Budliger - a full-time professional photographer from Vermont. I've had the pleasure of knowing Kurt for several years and have always admired his photography, positive attitude, and work ethic. Kurt and I had a fantastic chat on the podcast this week discussing his journey, how he balances full-time landscape photography with family life, and how his experience as an outdoor environmental educator has impacted his career in photography. On this week's episode we discuss: Kurt's journey into photography coming from the world of outdoor environmental education and a middle school teacher, Knowing about the landscape and how it enhances our photographs, Balancing work and family as a full-time landscape photographer, Kurt's love affair with trees, Staying creative in a world of iconic images and homogeneity, And a lot more! Over on Patreon this week, Kurt and I discuss why it is important to go outside of our comfort zones and what that looks like. Here's who Kurt recommended for the podcast this week: Joe Rossbach. Sandra Bartocha. Brian O'Keefe. Bryan Gregson. Adam Barker. Clyde Butcher. Other items mentioned on the show: 1. Support the podcast on Patreon. I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group - so don't be shy! Did you also know we have listener after-parties on Clubhouse? This is a great opportunity to interact with other listeners, guests, and the host (when I can) regarding your thoughts on the episode. We also have a searchable transcript of every episode! Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.
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Have you witnessed an armoire levitating and moving a distance of four feet before settling back down? Anthropologist and Psychic Medium Kenneth Joholske has! In this interview, Kenneth tells stories from paranormal investigations, his mediumship, and tales from his summers at Lily Dale, Western New York's historic home for mediumship and spiritual healing since 1879. Visit BigSeance.com/202 for more info! Other Listening Options Direct Download Link In this episode: Episode Teaser :00 Intro :50 Happy New Year! And RIP Betty White. 1:30 Send in your predictions for 2022! Use SpeakPipe.com/BigSeance or email email@example.com. 2:26 Kenneth Joholske's Bio 3:23 Welcome to the parlor, Kenneth! 4:54 What is Cultural Anthropology? 5:34 Balancing being both a scientist and a medium. 6:12 Encountering poltergeist phenomena. 6:58 “And then all of the sudden, the armoire picks up off the floor and floats four feet to the right and then lays itself down. And I'm like, what?!” 8:37 Missed Moments and tech in paranormal investigation. 12:45 Kenneth had a terrifying experience of seeing a ghost at age seven. “I felt like Jamie Lee Curtis.” 13:54 Learning about Spiritualism and mediumship. 16:00 “The Dame Edna of the spiritual world.” 17:15 Seances at the French Embassy. A history of mediumship in Kenneth's family. 18:19 Guidance from Carol Gasber and experiences at Lily Dale, Western New York's historic home for mediumship and spiritual healing since 1879. 19:40 “Mediumship is like music.” 22:25 “Angel Moments”, and did Schubert tap on Kenneth's shoulder at the piano? 22:54 Rosemary Brown, the housewife who claimed to channel history's great composers. 25:13 Pearl Curran, the housewife who claimed to channel Patience Worth and wrote many novels using the Ouija Board. Check out The Mysterious Story of Patience Worth, episode 32 of the Big Seance Podcast. 28:00 More fascinating experiences at Lily Dale, the “City of Lights.” 28:49 “Physical mediumship, by the way, is still alive and well. People still do trumpet. It's just not taught as well as mental mediumship is.” 33:40 Materialization and Apports at the Church of Two Worlds. “And there was a pop of energy in the room, and it kind of jolted people. And when the lights came up, there were rose petals—hundreds of them—in the shape of a wing—a dove wing. And I actually saved some of them. They were hot to the touch.” 36:24 Lily Dale during the pandemic 38:10 Does a seance require a medium? 40:19 Gadgets and tools in the paranormal. 42:21 A full-blown apparition at the Henryton Institute. 45:13 “You're never alone.” Leaning on mediumship in those down times. 47:40 Phone calls from the Other Side. 50:06 How do Spirits speak audibly without vocal cords? 52:30 EMF and EVP may or may not be capturing phenomena, plus a story from Edwards Ferry in Maryland. 54:46 Kenneth's most treasured possessions. 59:24 Where to find Kenneth Joholske and the services he offers. 1:00:06 Kenneth recommends Mysteries: The Powerful Sequel to The Occult and Poltergeist: A Classic Study in Destructive Hauntings, both by Colin Wilson. 1:01:01 Final thoughts from Kenneth Joholske 1:03:21 A special THANK YOU to Patreon supporters at the Super Paranerd and Parlor Guest level! 1:04:59 Outro 1:07:15 For more Kenneth Joholske Kenneth on Facebook The Big Seance Podcast can be found right here, on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Amazon Music, and iHeart Radio. Please subscribe and share with a fellow paranerd! Do you have any comments or feedback? Please contact me at Patrick@BigSeance.com. Consider recording your voice feedback directly from your device on my SpeakPipe page! You can also call the show and leave feedback at (775) 583-5563 (or 7755-TELL-ME). I would love to include your voice feedback in a future show. The candles are already lit, so come on in and join the séance!
If you are the parent of young kids or are suffering from one or more chronic conditions, you are going to want to listen to this episode! My guest on today's episode is Madiha Saeed. She's known as the Holistic Mom MD. She is making it her mission to take the mystery out of holistic health and empower kids and families to make better decisions, build resilience, and heal and prevent acute and chronic conditions at any age.I'm super excited for you to listen to this episode. It is full of so much good stuff!On this podcast, we are going to talk about...Madiha's journey to heal herself and build a holistic health practiceThe foundations of good health and simple actionable steps that you can take to improve your health today.How to talk to your kids and empower them to make healthier choices.About Madiha SaeedMadiha was born and raised in Illinois. She completed her residency in South Bend, Indiana. After that, she joined an integrative medical practice and witnessed firsthand the struggles each patient encountered. They were so frustrated about where to begin. She worked with a team of practitioners to determine the root cause of disease for each patient and also herself. She witnessed firsthand the power of integrative medicine as she healed herself from hypothyroidism, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, acne, fatigue, alopecia, joint pain, weight, and digestive issues all while balancing a growing family and a busy practice.In 2015, she opened her own practice. When she wasn't with patients, she was researching and pulling the puzzle pieces together of true holistic health care. As a physician, she was concerned. If she was confused, how could those suffering all over the world find healing? After four years of studying, she wrote “The Holistic Rx: Your Guide to Healing Chronic Inflammation and Disease.”Resources Mentioned:Books: The Holistic RxAdam's Healing AdventuresThe Holistic Rx for Kids: Parenting Healthy Brains and Bodies in a Changing World: Coming out November 11, 2021. The Holistic Kids Podcast Where to connect with MadihaWebsiteFacebookAdditional ResourcesDon't forget to sign up for my free resource! The Functional Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://lcvjtpc8.pages.infusionsoft.net/Dr. Tabatha's Website: https://www.drtabatha.com/Dr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/TheGutsyGynecologistRemember to Subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen so you don't miss an episode and take time to leave a review.
My guest on today's episode is Wendie Trubow. I'm really excited for this week's episode, because we're talking about toxins with Wendi. She's the author of “Dirty Girl: Ditch the Toxins, Look Great and Feel FREAKING AMAZING!” I love her book. It's so good.On this podcast, we are going to talk about...The toxins that we are being exposed to on a daily basis.How to reduce them and “clean up our act”What we need to do to heal ourselves from the inside out.About WendieDr. Wendie Trubow is a functional medicine gynecologist. She received her MD from Tufts University and has been practicing functional medicine since 2009. After all these years, she's still passionate about helping women optimize their health and their lives. Her own health journey helped inspire her methods of care. Through her struggles with mold disease, metal toxins, and celiac disease, she has lived through what has worked and what hasn't and this has really created her methods of care.Wendie has developed a deep sense of compassion for what her patients are facing. When she's not helping patients in her practice at Five Journeys, you can find Dr. Wendie alongside her husband and their four children, creating a beautiful ecosystem in their yard, which provides nourishment to both the body and soul.Resources Mentioned:Dirty Girl: Ditch the Toxins, Look Great, and Feel FREAKING AMAZING!https://www.amazon.com/Dirty-Girl-Toxins-FREAKING-AMAZING-ebook/dp/B09H7SLC6D?tag=scribemedia-20&geniuslink=trueDirty Girl Non-Toxic Living Guide: https://www.fivejourneys.com/product/dirty-girl-non-toxic-living-guide/ Where to connect with WendieWebsite: https://www.fivejourneys.comPodcast: https://www.fivejourneys.com/podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fivejourneys/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/5journeyshealth/ Additional ResourcesDon't forget to sign up for my free resource! The Functional Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://lcvjtpc8.pages.infusionsoft.net/Dr. Tabatha's Website: https://www.drtabatha.com/Dr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheFunctionalGynecologistRemember to Subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen so you don't miss an episode and take time to leave a review.
Today I speak with IFBB Pro and 2021 Olympian Vania Auguste. Vania started competing back in 2015 and won her pro card at Jr Nationals in 2019. Vania works as a posing coach alongside her teaching career, leading girls to the stage with a powerful stage presence and confidence in their routines. Vania shares what inspired her move from her native country of Haiti to the US, sharing how she ended up in Nashville and chose her career as a high school teacher. Vania also discusses what inspired her to explore her love for posing, offering her time to competitors as a posing coach. She talks about how she balances both her teaching schedule and traveling for competitions and how she approaches the topic of bodybuilding with her students. This year Vania was able to qualify for the Olympia after 10 shows and she shares her journey to the stage and what inspired her decision to become an IFBB Pro. We also discuss how Vania changed both her physical and mental training to gain the success she's had in the sport, and how she prioritizes her health at all points in her prep. You won't want to miss Vania's insight to both competing and work-life balance in this episode! Topics Covered: -Tips for improving your stage walk -Mistakes at National level shows -Decision to become a posing coach -Balancing teacher life & competing -Olympia experiences -Mentality switch to earn the O qualification -Prioritizing health during prep -Future plans & advice for competitors Time Stamps: [0:50] Celeste introduces Vania. [1:50] Vania shares her pre stage ritual. [3:00] Vania shares tips for the best stage walk. [4:20] Celeste asks Vania how she helps posing clients control their arms. [5:45] Vania talks about what's helped her confidence on stage. [11:10] Celeste asks Vania about mistakes she sees girls make at the national level. [13:50] Vania shares how and when she started posing coaching. [15:35] Celeste asks Vania how she came to America & what influenced her decision to pursue teaching. [20:05] Celeste asks Vania about time management with her teaching schedule and competing. [22:55] Vania talks about life in prep vs in improvement season. [26:10] Celeste asks Vania to share her Olympia experience. [30:15] Vania discusses her journey to becoming a pro & the inspiration behind competing in figure along the way. [33:00] Celeste asks Vania what specifically made her “feel like a bikini girl.” [39:20] Vania shares what attributed to her progression her rookie season, leaving her just one point shy of her Olympia qualification. [44:50] Celeste asks how that first season affected Vania's mentality going into her next, where she earned her O qualification. [47:15] Celeste asks Vania how her training changed once she switched coaches. [55:20] Vania discusses how she manages her body's health & needs during long competition seasons. [60:30] Celeste asks Vania about her Olympia feedback and current plans. [66:25] Vania gives her best advice for novice competitors and for girls on their road to pro. [70:50] Vania shares how and where listeners can further connect with her. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE FOOD RELATIONSHIP COACHING SERIES CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE POST SHOW BLUES COACHING SERIES LEARN MORE AND APPLY FOR MY 5 WEEK FOOD RELATIONSHIP HEALING & DISCOVERY COACHING PROGRAM FOR OTHER FREE RESOURCES, LIVE EVENTS, AND WAYS TO WORK WITH CELESTE CLICK HERE
Carrie chats with Sarah Cummings, the 2021 JFK 50 Mile Champ! They talk about how missing an early turn in last year's race added onto the mental pressures of this year's race, overcoming injuries, the team aspect of ultramarathoning, finding a way to fit in all the training, and so much more.
Balancing a business and a family, while super rewarding, is never easy. It is even harder when you have major life changes, like a pandemic, a new baby, or for me this year, my youngest child going off to college. Today, I want to share the 5 phases my photography business has gone through over the last 2 decades and what to pay attention to, no matter what phase you are in. You can have a photography business that fits your life, no matter what your family life currently looks like. Hit play to learn how. RESOURCES: WORTH EVERY PENNY JOYCAST SHOW NOTES: www.joyofmarketing.com/podcast/episode-87 Go Boutique Live TICKETS ON SALE – 3 Day event February 15-17, 2022 www.goboutiquelive.com BOUTIQUE BREAKTHROUGH – 8 WEEK WORKSHOP www.joyofmarketing.com/boutiquebreakthrough INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sarah.petty FREE COPY: NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING BOOK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS www.joyofmarketing.com/freebook FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ditchthedigitals