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In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray interview author and leadership consultant, Sean Glaze. Sean began his career initially thinking he was going to become a lawyer. However, after getting an English degree, he was convinced to become a high school teacher. Within his first year, he was asked to assist with 9th grade basketball. His vision of perfecting a team strategy did not go as planned. As he says, he face-planted hard. The revelation that there was more to team-building than just X's and O's hit him hard. Sean began to formulate his thoughts on leadership and team building, leading to his first book. As his teaching and coaching career continued, he began to explore a parallel career in consulting. He continued to write new books on team building and leadership, adding new lessons to the ones he learned. After 20 years, he made the decision to retire from teaching and focus full-time on leadership and team consulting in the private sector. Over the course of the interview, Sean Glaze lays the groundwork for sucessful teams, effecting leadership and to always remain coachable. After the interivew, Alan and Walt share some odd news for the week leading into Thanksgiving. Then they both dive into the Entertainment segment, discussing what they have been watching, reading and listenig to. WATCHING Walt, on Alan's suggestion, has been watcing Jean-Claude Van Johnson and loves it. He also started to watch the new A&E Biography series on MTV. Finally, Walt has been binge-watching The Tick. Alan, on Walt's suggestion, watched the entire season of the docuseries, Catching Killers on Netflix. He watched the first 3 episodes of The Wheel of Time on Amazon and feels luke-warm about it thus far. He watched the Tom Hanks flick, News of the World, and did not like it at all. Finally, Alan's weekly YouTube suggestions are the movie reaction channels, Ashleigh Burton and Popcorn in Bed. READING Walt is continuing to plow through, "Killing the Mob," by Bill O'Reilly. Simiarly, Alan is continuing to work his way through, "Dune." LISTENING Walt likes to tune in to the Sirius XM channel, Classic Rewind, in the morning to hear the Alan Hunter Show. He has been listening to the podcast, True Spies and Conan Needs a Friend. Finally, Walt does a shout-out for the cultural podcast, Radio Labyrinth. Alan has been going through a super-long episode of the Spotlight Reflection Show on RoboCop, heard on the 60MW Podcast. Alan also plugs the brand new Time Bandits Minute. He is a guest host on minutes 4, 5 and 6 along with permanent hosts, Duncan Shields and Curtis Bloes. Finally, Alan has been listening to classic Christmas music as well as New Age Christmas tunes. Also, make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listener's Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Bund und Länder beraten über härtere Corona-Maßnahmen Bund und Länder wollen an diesem Donnerstag härtere Maßnahmen im Kampf gegen Corona auf den Weg bringen. Dazu schalten sich die Länderchefs mit Noch-Kanzlerin Angela Merkel und Bald-Kanzler Olaf Scholz zusammen. Der Vorsitzende der Ministerpräsidentenkonferenz, NRW-Regierungschef Hendrik Wüst, hat schon angekündigt, es solle unter anderem um umfangreiche Kontaktbeschränkungen für Ungeimpfte gehen sowie um die Vorbereitung einer allgemeinen Impfpflicht. Im Gespräch sind auch eine Ausweitung der 2G-Regel auf den Einzelhandel und die Reduzierung der Zuschauerzahl bei Großveranstaltungen. UN: Zahl der Bedürftigen weltweit wächst um fast 40 Millionen Im kommenden Jahr dürften nach Schätzungen der Vereinten Nationen fast 40 Millionen Menschen mehr weltweit auf humanitäre Hilfe oder Schutz angewiesen sein als in diesem Jahr. Die Vereinten Nationen stellen sich 2022 auf 274 Millionen Bedürftige ein, nach 250 Millionen im Jahr 2021, wie das UN-Nothilfebüro (OCHA) berichtete. Jeder 29. Erdenbewohner sei auf Unterstützung angewiesen. Gründe dafür seien politische Instabilität, zunehmende Vertreibungen, Folgen des Klimawandels und Auswirkungen von COVID-19. Groß sei die Not unter anderem in Äthiopien, Afghanistan, im Jemen, Myanmar und Südsudan. Milliarden-Investitionen der EU in Entwicklungsländern Die EU will sich mit Milliarden-Investitionen in die Infrastruktur von Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern mehr globalen Einfluss sichern. Das Projekt macht damit Chinas Vorhaben für eine "Neue Seidenstraße" Konkurrenz. Wie EU-Kommissionspräsidentin Ursula von der Leyen in Brüssel mitteilte, sollen über die Initiative "Global Gateway" bis 2027 bis zu 300 Milliarden Euro zur Verfügung stehen. Geplant sind unter anderen Projekte zur Energieerzeugung mit klimaneutralem Wasserstoff in Afrika sowie eine neue Unterwasserkabelverbindung zum Datentransport zwischen der EU und Lateinamerika. Verstöße gegen Atomabkommen Der Iran baut seine Fähigkeiten zur Anreicherung von Uran weiter aus. Dies teilte die Internationale Atomenergiebehörde IAEA in Wien mit. Deren Inspektoren hätten am Dienstag die unterirdische Atomanlage in Fordow besucht. Dort habe der Iran Schritte zur Urananreicherung mittels hocheffizienter Zentrifugen unternommen. Mit dem Pakt von 2015 war das Atomprogramm des Iran stark eingeschränkt worden, um die Entwicklung von Nuklearwaffen zu verhindern. Unter anderem hatte sich die Führung in Teheran verpflichtet, in Fordow keine Zentrifugen mehr einzusetzen. Erdogan feuert Finanzminister Inmitten einer schweren Währungskrise tauscht der türkische Präsident Recep Tayyip Erdogan den Finanzminister aus. Der bislang stellvertretende Finanzminister Nureddin Nebati soll auf Lütfi Elvan folgen, der seinen Posten gerade mal ein Jahr lang innehatte. Vor dieser Personalentscheidung war die türkische Lira auf Berg- und Talfahrt gegangen. Auslöser dafür waren umstrittene Äußerungen Erdogans zu Zinssenkungen und dem Eingreifen der Zentralbank. Die Türkei muss im kommenden Jahr mit einer Inflation von etwa 30 Prozent rechnen. Schulschütze in Michigan unter Terrorverdacht Nach der Schusswaffenattacke an einer US-Schule ist der 15-jährige Angreifer wegen Terrorismus und vierfachen Mordes angeklagt worden. Dem Teenager werden zudem in sieben Fällen Körperverletzung mit Tötungsabsicht und Verstöße gegen das Waffenrecht zur Last gelegt. Ihm soll nach dem Erwachsenenstrafrecht der Prozess gemacht werden. Dem Schüler droht lebenslange Haft. Er hatte am Dienstag an einer Highschool im US-Bundesstaat Michigan mit einer Pistole vier Mitschüler getötet und sieben weitere Menschen verletzt. Großer Zapfenstreich für Merkel Am Abend will sich die Bundeswehr von der scheidenden Bundeskanzlerin verabschieden. Kurz vor Ende ihrer 16-jährigen Amtszeit ehren die Soldaten Angela Merkel mit einem Großen Zapfenstreich. Das traditionsreiche Zeremoniell gelte als "die höchste Würdigung, welche die deutschen Streitkräfte einer Zivilperson zuteilwerden lassen können", teilte das Bundesverteidigungsministerium mit. Die Feierstunde für die deutsche Regierungschefin findet vor dem Bendlerblock statt, dem Berliner Dienstsitz des Ministeriums. Als Ehrengast wird Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier erwartet.
Dragon on the Couch: This week the Dragon stayed in her TV corner and finished Squid Game (Netflix), which she overall liked but felt was a little too long and did not end well. She also finished the third season of the show What We Do In The Shadows (Hulu), which is based on the movie of the same name (Fubo), that she absolutely loved and highly recommends. Along those lines, The Dragon highly recommends everyone watch Wellington Paranormal (HBO), a New Zealand spoof on ghost hunting shows that she also LOVES. Lastly, the Dragon interrupted Berto on the Bed to mention the show Pen15 (Hulu). Berto on the Bed: Berto had a very busy week. He saw The Matrix Revolutions (HBO) in preparation for the coming sequel and said it was utterly bad, and makes him worry about the fourth film. He also saw Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Theaters) which he thought was bad, but had some funny moments and was at least different from other superhero movies. He watched Incident In a Ghost Land (Netflix), a film he thought was ok overall, but has a very good twist in it. Next, he watched Leatherface (Tubi), a prequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Fubo) that he thought was really bad. He saw Intouchables (Netflix) a French BOATS (Based On A True Story) film about a down and out man becoming the assistant of a quadriplegic man, he loved it and felt it was very uplifting. Berto continues his new segment Flicks For Chicks and watched Love Hard (Netflix), a new Netflix Christmas rom-com that he utterly hated and, frankly, made him angry. Next, he watched a few Christmas love movies: Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star (Netflix) which he enjoyed because he felt it was just Vanessa Hudgens having a good time. And finally he watched Rodeo & Juliet (Prime), which has a typical Hallmark film plot with zero money that he thought was not that good. Dragon at the Movies: This week's deep dive was the 1999 dark comedy Election, currently streaming on Hulu.
Sexting, libido, and dildos, OH MY! These are just a few of the things we go deep into (you're welcome) with queer sex educator Gabrielle Kassel! It's a *very* uncensored ep of the pod as Gabrielle shares the questions she is most frequently asked in her particular line of work. Gabrielle, who defines sex as "any meaningful act of pleasure," blows our minds by laying out the difference between spontaneous desire and responsive desire, and discusses how to cultivate an environment where it's easier to talk about the sex you're having. Plus what to do about mismatched libidos, and why you should seriously consider wearing your new dildo around the house while you do chores (roommates allowing)!Follow @gabriellekassel everywhere, and check out "Bad in Bed" wherever you get your podcasts!
Tadpool Santa knows if you've been bad. Break me off a piece of that particle board. MEANWHILE, At The Hall Of Cocaine! Always blame the toddlers. Homeless Bags. Death By Chowder! Danny Elfman Toddler. The Fly Said No! No! No! I Did It All For the Nucky. P T Ass D. Give me Freddy's or give me death. Original Flavor Covid. A Reptile Disfunction in Bed. It's going to cost a lot of Monday. Diabetes peeciees and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Tadpool Santa knows if you've been bad. Break me off a piece of that particle board. MEANWHILE, At The Hall Of Cocaine! Always blame the toddlers. Homeless Bags. Death By Chowder! Danny Elfman Toddler. The Fly Said No! No! No! I Did It All For the Nucky. P T Ass D. Give me Freddy's or give me death. Original Flavor Covid. A Reptile Disfunction in Bed. It's going to cost a lot of Monday. Diabetes peeciees and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week -Candy Coated Christmas (2021) Starring: Molly McCook, Lee Garlington, and Aaron O'Connell.A wonderful movie where a woman acts like she's too good for mint. We ask the tough questions this week…How much mint do you have to sell to turn a profit? Is the Winters' house a Bed and Breakfast? If so, where are the guests? Is Ree Drummond's character evil? Listen to the podcast - then watch the movie or vice versa! But stay home, please. What do you need to go out for? Maybe groceries? Then go back home. Stay home. No need to go out. Pretend you're in an underground fallout shelter. It's therapeutic (and just safe, right now). HEIGL Meter!!A scale for movies. 5 Heigls = worst movie you've ever seen in your life, most painful. 1 Heigl = not bad. Sarah: 75.5 US Heigls. James: 225,000 Mint Brownie Heigls. Follow us on Social Media! Twitter: @YouGotHeigldFacebook: www.facebook.com/yougotheigldInstagram: @yougotheigld Sarah - Twitter: @sarahhisfunnyInstagram: @sarahhisfunnyBuy Sarah's books on Amazon! Small Potatoes: Mouthwatering Musings of a Misanthrope Small Potatoes: Leftover Beef From a Lovable Curmudgeon James -Twitter: @JimmypisfunnyInstagram: @jamespietragalloListen to James's other podcasts!Crime in Sports podcastSmall Town Murder podcast Patreon.com/yougotheigld for upcoming bonus content PayPal: email@example.com We have merchandise!heiglyourself.threadless.com Tune in every FRIDAY!STAY HOME, PLEASE! RATE and REVIEW on Apple Podcasts! Are you still reading this? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Isaia fills in for Nikki him and Hudson break down the reason they no longer care who goes to space. They also explain why they are not shopping at Dollar Tree anymore. Bed parades, demanding pizza, feet nipples, and more on this episode of the Worst of The RIOT.
The 2006 tour is seen as Pearl Jam's last massive rigorous touring year in their catalog. Supporting the Self Titled, or better known as Avocado record, they were finding their groove with new songs while also emptying their tank of all their songs with long droughts of not being played. The Albany show that we cover in this episode takes place just over a week after the album's release, and while nine of those thirteen songs were showcased, the band went through and did some digging deep into the back catalog to bring back a few that hadn't seen the live stage in a number of years - Red Mosquito, that had been played on the previous tour year but held off for 40 straight shows, Satan's Bed, which was haphazardly brought back at State College in 2003 but played for the first legitimate time since 1996, and Rats which had only been played twice in the Matt Cameron era. Rats is the big one from this set that most fans will remember since it had gone 224 shows on the shelf. Later that month, the band would end up adhering to another popular drought request, Leash, and then eventually the elusive Dirty Frank. This show is defined by it's rarities just as much as it's defined by the brand new songs energizing them. Wasted Reprise/Life Wasted combo opening the show was something they didn't break out very often, and after this era songs like Marker In The Sand, Army Reserve and Gone were pushed aside. We'll get to talk extensively about some of these tracks and how fresh they felt being played for only a single digit amount of times till that point. Thanks to Horizon Leg Patron Zach Fields for requesting this show! Visit the Concertpedia - http://liveon4legs.com Donate to the show - http://patreon.com/liveon4legs
What kind of man is he? Well he's the Doctor of course. Doctor Who? In this episode, we answer the First question, the oldest question in the universe, the one hidden in plain site, the one that can never be answered...what house does the Doctor get sorted in? More importantly for all of you to know, why isn't it the same house every time he regenerates? Because it's definitely, 100% NOT. Rachel and Lauren are joined by the ever present Meg of Bed, Wed and Behead pod fame, he husband Marty, and Rachel's husband George to discuss all things Doctor Who, and the barely sort at all. Except they do sort. Because time is all relative, isn't it? Just a bunch of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey...stuff. Don't blink or you'll miss it - listen to this Doctor Who episode.
Wenn man verschiedenen Experten die Frage stellt, ob Kinder Grenzen brauchen und ob wir Erwachsenen diese setzen müssen, kann die Antwort ganz unterschiedlich ausfallen. Einmal: Nein, Grenzen engen ein und führen dazu, dass sich Kinder nicht natürlich und unverbogen entwickeln können. Zum anderen: Ja, Grenzen geben Kindern Orientierung und Sicherheit und wir Erwachsenen haben die Verantwortung diesen Bedürfnissen gerecht zu werden. "Kinder brauchen keine Grenzen, sondern Erwachsene, die Grenzen haben." liegt wohl irgendwie dazwischen. Ist wohl alles Definitionssache. In dieser Folge stellen wir uns zunächst die Frage, ob wir Menschen generell Grenzen brauchen und geben euch dann einen Einblick darüber, wie wir dabei in Bezug auf Kinder stehen. Wenn ihr mehr über uns erfahren und an Momenten aus unserem Alltag teilhaben wollt, folgt uns gern bei Instagram: instagram.com/elternsicht_/ Habt ihr Fragen, Anregungen oder Feedback? Schreibt uns gern an email@example.com Wenn euch unser Podcast gefällt, lasst uns gern eine Bewertung bei Apple Podcasts oder Spotify da und abonniert ihn!
In the dark of night, a crime committed! But who could perform such a heinous act? It is up to the Champions to uncover! Feel free to drop us a review on iTunes and Message us over social media. We'd love to hear from you! Also, we have a Patreon. Head on over if you'd like to support the show. You can get access to bonus episodes and get your hands on our main episodes a week early. Cast Bryan Scharf @ReliableDM as the DM Matthew Reed as Scratch Nicole Summers as Piper JJ as Jelltur Andrew Brown as Kreg Sara as Francois You can find "Reliably Chaotic" at: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReliablyChaotic Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/reliablychaotic Sponsus: https://sponsus.org/u/reliablychaotic Discord: https://discord.gg/mF66vGq Twitter: @Reliablychaotic Website: http://Reliablychaotic.com Music credits for this episode: “Sword of Kings”, "Bed of Roses" Adrian von Ziegler https://adrianvonziegler.bandcamp.com/ "Sneaky Snitch", "Darkest Child" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ All mentions to Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), including the 5e ruleset refer to the property owned by Wizards of the Coast (WotC). We do not own the rules or module. We just enjoy playing!
Sermon taught by Gini Downing. Service hosted by Jackie Lopez, Worship led by Jared Bangs, Tom Anderson, and Christina Fabro. ASL by Kelsey Owen. Are you new? Let us know you were here: https://liminalventura.org/connectioncard The post Unravelling the Bed of Roses appeared first on Liminal Church of Ventura.
The Jack Benny Show, originally broadcast November 21, 1954, Jack is Sick in Bed. Jack is sick in bed with a cold, he had been caught outside Don Wilson's house in the rain. Also Fibber McGee and Molly, originally broadcast November 21, 1955, The Practical Joke. Who is more deserving of the "Liar's Award" than Fibber McGee?
When we look at research, especially in the realm of development, we tend to focus on things like resilience, struggles families face, and so on. This is particularly true when we look at the research on parenting in families of colour - the focus starts with what's wrong and how we can fix it. It was under this guise that I approached Dr. Erika Bocknek as she had done research on resilience in Black Fathers that was - I thought - interesting. What we talked about ended up being quite different with a much larger focus on the inherent racism that exists in the research questions and assumptions themselves, especially when we look at Black Fathers. I hope that you will all find this as eye-opening and important a conversation as I did because we need to recognize these problems before we can start to fix them. Dr. Erika Bocknek: https://wayne.edu/people/an5012 Research: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/imhj.21950 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.22168 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-51027-5_7 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.21836
Miss Molly's Bed and Breakfast has been on the suggestions list for quite a while and we decided to produce it now because our longtime listener and Executive Producer Amy Martinez's daughter recently visited the location and had a chance to investigate. A sign outside one of the rooms reads, "Street ladies bringing in sailors must pay for room in advance." So clearly, this wasn't always a simple little hotel. This was once a brothel and many of the spirits from that time back in the early 1900s are still sticking around the bed and breakfast. Join us as we explore the history and hauntings of Miss Molly's Bed and Breakfast! The Moment in Oddity features Yemen's Well of Hell and This Month in History features Lawrence Joel awarded the Medal of Honor. This location was suggested by listener Amy Martinez. This episode is brought to you by Best Fiends. Download for free on the App Store or Google Play! Check out the website: http://historygoesbump.com Show notes can be found here: https://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2021/11/hgb-ep-411-miss-mollys-bed-and-breakfast.html Become an Executive Producer: http://patreon.com/historygoesbump Music used in this episode: Main Theme: Lurking in the Dark by Muse Music with Groove Studios (Moment in Oddity) Vanishing by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4578-vanishing License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license (This Month in History) In Your Arms by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3906-in-your-arms License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro Music: Happy Fun Punk by Muse Music with Groove Studios All other music licensing: PODCASTMUSIC.COM License Synchronization, Mechanical, Master Use and Performance Direct License for a Single Podcast Series under current monthly subscription. Humble Texas by 5 Alarm Music
For us students and new grads, communication is an area that doesn't get much attention, but can be a make or break moment when talking with patients. Do you ever wonder how you can explain concepts to patients in simple terms? What about explaining pros/cons or risks about certain procedures? How will they even trust you enough to let you do such a procedure? In this interview with Clinical Associate professor Dr. Tony Au, we talk about all things communication. Tony is a specialist prosthodontist in Sydney who deals with complex cases AND complex patients daily. Tony provides us with his top tips on how to deal with pushy patients, how to use analogies to help patients understand concepts, and how to BED a patient. You heard that right, how to BED a patient. If that doesn't peak your interest, I don't know what will. The post TIP #66 – Managing Patient Complexities with Clin A/ Professor Dr Tony Au appeared first on Dental Head Start.
Brett Botten, CEO at Spar Group on the company's financial results. Nick Wilkinson, Chairman of SA Olive discusses the story of the South African olive industry. Consumer Ninja Wendy Knowler explains a puzzling case of Capitec's long queues. Charlie Wright, co-founder at Clean my Bed, is our Shapeshifter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode features two leading experts on human sexuality, Dr. Justin Lehmiller, Kinsey Institute fellow and author and Sara Tang, sex coach and podcast host. They talk us through some fascinating insights into how we can talk about our sexual fantasies and explain that fantasies are a normal thing and how to explore them. We'll also be looking at how technology might help us live out our wildest sex dreams. To learn more about this show, visit FutureOfSex.org. To keep up with all things Future of Sex, follow us on Instagram @futureofsex and Twitter @futureofsexshow. Guests: Dr Justin Lehmiller, Kinsey Institute fellow, founder of Sex and Psychology website author of Tell Me What You Want, The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help Improve Your Sex Life and Sara Sense, Sex coach and Sexologist, you can listen to her podcast Better in Bed here Sponsors We-Vibe: We-Vibe are creator's of the world's best couples vibes and our favourites when it comes to innovation in sex toys. Check out We-Vibe's Touch X which is not only a Swiss army knife for your pleasure (7 vibration modes) - visit at www.wevibe.com for more info! From November 24th check out We-Vibe's Black Friday sale with up to 50% discounts on selected products! Pure: As mentioned in today's episode by Sara the Pure app is the ultimate dating app to explore all your fantasies and desires. Pure is all about honest dating without shame. Pure works as online board with classified ads where people write what kind of experiences they are looking for, which can be specific kinks, a date for a wine/coffee or maybe invitation to museum/cinema. You decide. To download Pure, follow the link here Frenchie: Frenchie has been created for a new generation of lovers. They believe sex should be fun, natural, simple and safe for everyone - just like your sexual wellness products should be! Frenchie have a range of lubes and condoms all made with vegan and natural ingredients. Check out their latest Lovers Kit for a passionate weekend or night in ;) Credits Host: Bryony Cole on IG @bryonycole Twitter @bryonycole, www.bryonycole.co Producers: Bryony Cole and David Lamb on IG: @davylamb Editor: Chad Michael Snavely on Twitter @chad_michael, www.chadmichael.com
Why are private branding strategies becoming increasingly important to the retail industry? We unpack this question in detail, first clarifying some often confusing terminology, while also making the important distinction between "private labels" and "private brands." Mostly we center the important role of exclusive products in providing competitive differentiation, minimizing web-enabled price shopping and improving margins. We also call out how retailers young and old, vertically integrated and multi-line, are doubling down on private brands as a way to become more remarkable.What's behind big shifts at Amazon, Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond? Why are DNVB's partnering up with legacy players like Nordstrom for semi-exclusive distribution? Why are Nike and others moving away from wholesale distribution to more exclusive, DTC channels? We take it all on!But first we open up the with the Top 3 retail stories that caught our attention this past week, including some take-aways from "Singles Day" (aka the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival) and what to make of the big bounce back in sales and earnings for some legacy players--and the lack of profitability among many so-called disruptor brands. While we're not exactly sure just what the heck the "Metaverse" is (a second life for Second Life?), we do take on Facebook's (er, Meta's) plans to market it through their own physical stores.Steve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his website. The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a Forbes senior contributor and on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel here.Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn.
On today's episode of The Grail my guest is Robin McRoskey Azevedo owner of one of the greatest Mattress Companies in the world. McRoskey has been making Mattresses by Hand in San Francisco since 1899. I know most of you are thinking who cares about a Bed well considering you spend a major part of your life in bed you are gonna wanna listen to this episode. I toured the factory and saw first hand how these beds are made and it was amazing to see the Old School Craftsmanship that goes into making these Mattresses. This company is part of San Francisco's history and I think you will love Robins story. Thanks For Tuning in. DDR
Hey cutie drunkards! This epi, we discuss Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah. Check out our Patreon: www.patreon.com/drunkofthebook! In the episode, we discuss: retail jobs, Plato's Closet, saying the quiet parts aloud, Olivia's love of The Giver, judgey ten-year-olds, books versus movies, the impossibility of feeling empathy for people who do horrible things, evil version of It's a Wonderful Life, more retail reminiscences, Olivia's hatred of Steinbeck's descriptions and Ashley's goal to make her get his writing, and so much more. Olivia drinks: rose from France in a very large bottle Ashley drinks: Little Grove by Allagash We read: Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah Up next: Please Don't Sit on my Bed in Your Outside Clothes by Phoebe Robinson
It's "Time for Go to Bed" with Ken and The Suz. They will tell you how their week has gone and sales for their (still) new business VoodooZombie Boutique. Then to wind down we play two new Oz stories from "The Road to Oz" and one Jerry of the Circus, #reseller
This week we continue our conversation with Dr. Lee Gettler, discussing his research which has advanced our knowledge on fathering across cultures and from different lenses. Here is for all the fathers out there. Dr. Lee Gettler: https://anthropology.nd.edu/people/faculty/lee-gettler/ Relevant Research (just skimming the surface): https://www.pnas.org/content/108/39/16194.short https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.22121 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-70958-3 https://pure.mpg.de/pubman/faces/ViewItemOverviewPage.jsp?itemId=item_3281046 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajhb.23342
Bryn Woznicki is a director, actor, writer, comedian, burlesque performer, and far too many other things to list. Kate and Nicky get to sit down and ask about growing up too fast, queefing on cue, and going fearlessly after your goals. You can catch Bryn's movie, "Her Side of the Bed," which she directed and stars in, her band The Real Tough Cookies on YouTube, and her sketch comedy all over LA.
No part of retail has been facing more transformative forces than the grocery business. In this episode we explore how the retail food business is being disrupted with globally recognized experts David Marcotte, SVP at Kantar Retail and Sylvain Charlebois (aka "The Food Professor") Senior Director, Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University. We dive deep into how the pandemic accelerated online shopping the profitability challenges associated with home delivery, the importance of sustainability and more!But first we open up the episode with the Top 3 retail stories that caught our attention this past week, including lots of news with Bed, Bath & Beyond, including their curious partnership with Kroger, Allbirds blockbuster IPO and Wayfair big earnings whiff. Sylvain CharleboisDr. Sylvain Charlebois is a Professor in food distribution and policy in the Faculties of Management and Agriculture at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He is also the Senior Director of the Agri-food Analytics Lab, also located at Dalhousie University. Before joining Dalhousie, he was affiliated with the University of Guelph's Arrell Food Institute, which he co-founded. Known as “The Food Professor”, his current research interest lies in the broad area of food distribution, security and safety. Google Scholar ranks him as one of the world's most cited scholars in food supply chain management, food value chains and traceability.He has authored five books on global food systems, his most recent one published in 2017 by Wiley-Blackwell entitled “Food Safety, Risk Intelligence and Benchmarking”. He has also published over 500 peer-reviewed journal articles in several academic publications. Furthermore, his research has been featured in several newspapers and media groups, including The Lancet, The Economist, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, BBC, NBC, ABC, Fox News, Foreign Affairs, the Globe & Mail, the National Post and the Toronto Star.Dr. Charlebois sits on a few company boards, and supports many organizations as a special advisor, including some publicly traded companies. Charlebois is also a member of the Scientific Council of the Business Scientific Institute, based in Luxemburg. Dr. Charlebois is a member of the Global Food Traceability Centre's Advisory Board based in Washington DC, and a member of the National Scientific Committee of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in Ottawa.Steve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his website. The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a Forbes senior contributor and on Twitter and LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel here.Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn.
Synopsis: Do you hate yourself? Do you love death? You might instinctively think the answer is, “Of course not!” but Marcus Aurelius, Shlomo ha'Melech, and Dr. Theodore I. Rubin beg to differ. Today's episode is about a single line from the first chapter of Meditations Book 5 and focuses on an idea I alluded to at the end of the previous episode, which I felt warranted its own separate treatment. This week's Torah content has been sponsored anonymously. May Hashem send a refuah shleimah to Margalit Esther bat Ettel and Noam Binyamin Refael ben Dina Nili.Related Rabbi Schneeweiss Content: - How to Get Out of Bed on a Cold Morning (Aurelius - Meditations 5:1)Sources:- Aurelius, Meditations 5:1- Mishlei 8:36 with Ralbag and Meiri (can't directly link, but it's available here)- Theodore I. Rubin, M.D., Compassion and Self-Hate: An Alternative to Despair----------If you have questions, comments, or feedback, I would love to hear from you! Please feel free to contact me at rabbischneeweiss at gmail.----------If you've gained from what you've learned here, please consider contributing to my Patreon at www.patreon.com/rabbischneeweiss. Alternatively, if you would like to make a direct contribution to the "Rabbi Schneeweiss Torah Content Fund," my Venmo is @Matt-Schneeweiss, and my Zelle/Chase QuickPay and PayPal are mattschneeweiss at gmail.com. Even a small contribution goes a long way to covering the costs of my podcasts, and will provide me with the financial freedom to produce even more Torah content for you.If you would like to sponsor an article, shiur, or podcast episode, or if you are interested in enlisting my services as a teacher or tutor, you can reach me at rabbischneeweiss at gmail.com. Thank you to my listeners for listening, thank you to my readers for reading, and thank you to my supporters for supporting my efforts to make Torah ideas available and accessible to everyone.----------YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rabbischneeweissBlog: https://kolhaseridim.blogspot.com/"The Mishlei Podcast": https://mishlei.buzzsprout.com"The Stoic Jew" Podcast: https://thestoicjew.buzzsprout.com"Rambam Bekius" Podcast: https://rambambekius.buzzsprout.com"Machshavah Lab" Podcast: https://machshavahlab.buzzsprout.com"The Tefilah Podcast": https://tefilah.buzzsprout.comGuide to the Torah Content of Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss: https://kolhaseridim.blogspot.com/2021/04/links-to-torah-content-of-rabbi-matt.htmlSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rabbischneeweiss)
In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray sit down with Atlanta radio veteran, author and podcaster, Pete Davis. Well before Pete got into writing and podcasting, he thought he was going to be an actor. He wanted to move to LA and be a star. That was until he saw a live radio show. From that point, he was focused on a career on the air waves. And, sometimes, being at the right place at the right time is all a person needs. When the opportunity arose to be involved in an evening talk show, he ran with it. Along the way, he would bring up sports, movies, current events, politics, or whatever else happend to be in his head. However, no story would be as compelling without a little drama. At the height of Atlanta radio programming, WGST decided to launch a brand new branding strategy -- Planet Radio. It will forever go down in history as one of the biggest radio debacles in history. While Pete did manage to survive a lot of the turmoil, it did create some challenges for him. As he was bouncing around, he took up writing and put out a couple of books related to his love of sports. The first one is, "The Totally Biased Guide to College Football." The second is, "I Love Texas/I Hate Oklahoma," and the last is, "Canines of College Football." While using social media to help promote his writing, he decided to get into podcasting. He created the show, Holy Crap, It's Sports, which can be found on most pod-catchers. Given Pete's love of sports, it made sense to spend the last 10-15 minutes of our interview discussing some sports. You may or may not know the teams or the sports, but what you will quickly learn is it doesn't matter! Pete is such a funny guy, you just want to hear what he has to say. Pete was not able to stick around for the rest of the show., so after his interview, Alan and Walt spent time going through odd news stories. They closed the show with the entertainment segment, breaking down what they have been watching, reading and listening to over the last week. WATCHING Walt is almost done with Only Murders in This Building and highly recommends it. He has begun to dive into season 3 of The Movies that Made Us on Netflix and Bad Sports, also on Netflix. Alan saw Dune part 1 and could not praise it enough. He believes is it a cinematic masterpiece, akin to a Christopher Nolan film. He also suggests the YouTube reaction channels, Ashleigh Burton and Popcorn in Bed. READING We are just going to go past this section as both Alan and Walt have brains that function just above those of most primates and have not been able to turn the pages of a book in the last few weeks. LISTENING Walt continues to dive into the podcast series, The Murdaugh Murders. He has also been listening to The Thrilling Adventure Hour and Wondery. Alan contines to listen to the latest Iron Maiden album, Senjetsu. He also suggests the podcasts, 60MW and Radio Labyrinth. Also, make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listener's Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Harper The Fox joins Jess & Brandon to share her story — 2 weeks postpartum. She talks about her work in camming, cartoon cam models, working on OnlyFans and Chaturbate while pregnant & the importance of supporting mental health for sex workers. Check out Jewelry.sex if you'd like to support Harper and, even better, support Pineapple Support. All 2021 profits will be donated to help provide free and low-cost mental health support to any and all active sex workers with the therapists at Pineapple Support. And to stay up to date with Harper, follow her Twitter, and learn more about when her new book, "The Grateful Winter" (working title), comes out, get notified from HarperTheFox Books. If you've got questions or topic suggestions for the podcast, submit them here. As well, you can now record your messages for us! Please record your message/question in a quiet room and use your phone's headphones with a built-in mic if possible. And be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podbean, Google Podcasts & Stitcher! Rough Transcript: This is a computer-generated rough transcript, so please excuse any typos. This podcast is an informational conversation and is not a substitute for medical, health or other professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the services of an appropriate professional should you have individual questions or concerns. Camming, Mental Health & Motherhood 00:00:05 - 00:05:02 You're listening to the sax with dr jess podcast sacks and relationship advice you can use tonight in welcome to the sex with dr podcast. I'm your co host brandon. Wear here with my lovely other. Half dr jess. Hey how are you feeling feeling all right. Pretty good getting back into the groove of things. Yeah and today. We're actually going to be chatting with harper. The fox awesome name. Es and you weren't here. The last time harper was on the program but harper is a performer and digital entrepreneur and her unedited sex tapes feature her having real loving sex with her partner of a boat. I think ten years. Now 'cause i think it was around seven years the last time we talked. And i definitely recommend you go back and listen to the old episode with harper. Because in our last conversation she shared like just kind of really unique sites into camping into porn. She's also a poet. I think she talked about how to use toilet. Paper rolls sex dolls. There was a lot of a lot of conversation there. So she's she's coming back to update us on her work post pregnancy because she just had a baby like two weeks ago. I'm very intrigued on multiple levels here. I'm still going back to thinking about the sex dolls toilet paper rolls. So i will need to revisit dot podcast so Before harper joins us. I wanted to talk about a topic. That has come up in a couple of my recent interviews and then when i've posted about it i've received a lot of what would be the word passionate response from folks around going to bed angry. Well told me more. I'm not really sure where to take this charles so basically we started with this conversation around. Is there any truth to the phrase never go to sleep angry at your partner or is it a myth and so thinking about our relationship. We've definitely gone to bed angry. You try not to go to feel. We've i've tried to rectify an issue. But i still am angry when i go to. Bed doesn't happen very often but it more but i think back. We used to fight at night. Do remember that we still do fight. It just tends to happen and actually. That's something i should probably reflect on. Why do i start fights. Or why do i get into arguments late at night and don't feel like it happens as much as of late but i remember like a time where it would be an i mean i know why i. I don't know why. I think. I know why we fought at night. That's when you come together it will only time. We have privacy right downstairs in the living room. My dad's the dining room. It adds to the office.
Let's be honest - when we talk about parenting, we're often talking about mothering. Most of the research on raising kids is based on mothers. Mothers in WEIRD cultures (and by weird, I mean the acronym - Western, Educated, Industrial, Rich, and Democratic countries). But of course, humans are in a small group of animals where the fathers play a large role in how children are raised. This means we need to broaden our work, our discussions, and our mindsets around parenting if we're going to truly understand parenting. As such, this is the beginning of my Fatherhood series where I will be welcoming researchers who have focused on fathers in their work. There are more than you'd think and this is just the beginning of what I hope to cover. And starting us off is the researcher who comes to most minds when we think of research on fathering - Dr. Lee Gettler. This is the beginning of a two-part interview covering just a small part of his research which has advanced our knowledge on fathering across cultures and from different lenses. Here is for all the fathers out there. Dr. Lee Gettler: https://anthropology.nd.edu/people/faculty/lee-gettler/ Relevant Research (just skimming the surface): https://www.pnas.org/content/108/39/16194.short https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/dev.22121 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-70958-3 https://pure.mpg.de/pubman/faces/ViewItemOverviewPage.jsp?itemId=item_3281046 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajhb.23342
A.M. Edition for Nov. 4. Attempted or successful coups in Africa are occurring more frequently as democratic states buckle under pressure from Covid-19. WSJ's Benoit Faucon discusses the state of democracy on the continent and what role developed nations are playing. Plus, meme stocks are back! WSJ's Caitlin Ostroff discusses the rally in Avis and Bed, Bath & Beyond shares and whether we are looking at another retail-investor craze. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Brianne throws a wrench in the Midwestern food bracket on day one, Melanie is forcibly drafted into the world of hot takes, we investigate the secret lives of farm children, Brianne has questions about necking, and we offer legal advice for anyone with a Kyle in their inbox.Content warnings: vomiting/nausea, adult jokes, murder, pigs eating people, violence, robbery, brief mention of rape, decapitation, bugs/spiders laying eggs under your skin, very gross veterinary medicine story, trypophobia, pimple popping, stalking, brief mention of threatened suicide, depression/mental health crisis.Links:Fed to PigsOregon farmer eaten by his pigsCan Pigs Make A Body Disappear? Almost.Pig farmer 'eaten by his own pigs' leaving only bones for neighbours to findFarmer EATEN ALIVE by his own pigs in shocking attackSusan MonicaItalian mafia boss ‘fed alive to pigs' The HookTexarkana Moonlight MurdersLovers' laneTexarkana Murder MysteryThe HookBloody Mary (folklore) Strange-face-in-the-mirror illusionTroxler's fadingLocking Eyes with a MonsterIn a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary StoriesA Wife Should Have No Secrets: Unthinking Privilege and Privacy in Carmen Maria Machado's “The Husband Stitch”The Husband Stitch11 Bugs That Will Lay Their Eggs Inside YouReal-Life ‘Alien': Meet The Parasitic Botfly That Bursts Through Human SkinMyth: Spiders can lay their eggs under human skin in wounds created by their bites.Stalker broke into teenage girl's home and spent the night hiding under her BED after sending a text saying 'I'm watching you'TEEN'S HORROR I found stalker under my bed
Exciting news this week! Maureen got her window fixed! And she went into a Bed, Bath, and Beyond! Dan wants to tell her about the news, but she needs him to know all about it. It was so spacious! So full of concrete! Dan is persistent. There is a very important gathering happening in Texas—the Q Crew are down in Texas, waiting for the return of JFK Jr. Which is weird. But it gets so much weirder. So much weirder. It turns out we haven't had 30 presidents, and everyone is coming back from the dead, and there are kings? Or something?Dan is starting to wish he'd let Maureen tell him more about the concrete floor in the Bed, Bath, and Beyond.And then, things get weird.Grab a cart, SaysWhovia! The floors are smooth.Content note: In addition to a lengthy discussion about Qanon, there is a discussion of the anti-trans movement in the UK.
Ghouls have survived 4 years of podcasting and all they got was this amazing and fun show with their friends. Ghouls are joined by special return guests, Isaiah Luck, Mike Levitt, Wi-Moto Nyoka, Roland Boyden, and Sergio Galeano. We played a super spooky and sexy version of Wed, Bed, Behead with some of your favorite horror characters. And Kat provided us with some horrifying and exciting horror scenarios from some of our favorite films to see how we would survive.
Jenn talks to Dr. Holly Peek about eating disorders and their impact on both physical and mental health. Holly shares insights into how we can better understand the role emotion can play on our eating habits, and provides advice on how we can navigate a stressful world while staying true to ourselves.Holly S. Peek, MD, MPH, is an instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the assistant medical director for the Klarman Eating Disorders Center at McLean Hospital. Dr. Peek is board certified in both adult and child and adolescent psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She also has a private practice specializing in child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy and medication evaluation and management.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/e0h– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/3d2643- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2021 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.
Ja sagen, wenn wir nein meinen. Die eigene To-do-Liste mal wieder um mindestens drei Prio-1-Aufgaben sprengen, weil die Themen alle so spannend waren. Mich bis zur Erschöpfung für mein Team einsetzen, um gemocht zu werden. Schon im Privaten fällt es uns häufig schwer, Grenzen zu setzen und uns für uns selber stark zu machen – im Job ist es häufig noch komplizierter. Die Angst, sich Karrierechancen zu verbauen oder ein spannendes Projekt zu verpassen, ereilt häufig vor allem die Menschen, die in ihrer Arbeit Sinnerfüllung und Berufung suchen. Die klassische “Fear of Missing Out” (#fomo) führt häufig dazu, dass wir nahezu unbemerkt unsere Grenzen überschreiten: was wiederum zu Stress, Panik und zu schlechteren Ergebnissen führen kann - schlichtweg weil wir überfordert sind. Für das eigene Wohlbefinden, die mentale Gesundheit wie auch die Team-Dynamik ist es wichtig, die eigenen Grenzen zu erkennen und offen zu kommunizieren. Erst dann besteht die Möglichkeit, auch in Organisationsstrukturen und über Hierarchieebenen hinweg ein Umfeld zu schaffen, in dem wir unser Potenzial voll entfalten können, ohne unsere Haltung und Bedürfnisse hinten anzustellen – denn das ist auf Dauer ungesund und führt zu einem Ungleichgewicht im Job. In der Podcastfolge #183 schaue ich mir verschiedene Szenarien aus dem Berufsalltag genauer an und gebe Impulse wie wir in ganz konkreten Situationen reagieren können. Dabei spielen vor allem Faktoren wie Status und Macht eine Rolle, aber auch die Fähigkeit zur Selbstführung, die wir nutzen können, um Aufgaben zu priorisieren und die gesetzten Grenzen wirklich einzuhalten. Darüber hinaus gebe ich Tipps, wie Grenzen in verschiedenen Team-Konstellationen gezogen werden können und wir Aufgaben kompetent – aber konsequent – ablehnen ohne uns Karrierechancen zu verbauen. Und wie gehe ich eigentlich damit um, wenn meine Grenzen von Kolleg*innen nicht akzeptiert oder immer wieder überschritten werden? All das erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge. PS: Dieser Folge liegen wertvolle Fragen von Teilnehmer*innen aus einem meiner Online-Seminare zu Grunde. Wenn du auch Lust hast, Fragen im Podcast zu stellen, gibt es ab sofort ein tolles neues Format: Im “Jour Fixe mit Vera” kannst du deine Stimme im Podcast hören. Schick mir einfach deine Frage in Form einer Sprachnachricht zu. Ich freue mich auf deine Nachricht!
We started our study of this book by identifying that one of its surprising threads was that of simplicity. Today we are looking at the book's final three parts, a chapter on The School – Room and Nurseries, which I'm imagining will feel slightly more relevant than it might have in the pre-pandemic era, a chapter titled Bric-a-Brac, which is a term that makes me think of the scenes on Portobello road in the movie Bed knobs and Broomsticks, and the conclusion. All continue to address this issue of simplicity – In fact, the book ends with a collection of what read like proverbs on the subject, “The supreme excellence is simplicity;” “a great draftsmen represents with a few stokes what lesser artists can express only by a multiplicity of lines;” and, “the tact of omission characterizes the master hand.” I'm not sure if you all have a collection of short essays by more contemporary thinkers and design practitioners at the end of your copy like I do in mine, but in the one I have by William Cole he says, “the book might equally be called, The Graces of Life - for its real subject is not just about houses, but the quality of life in them. Edith and Ogden are definitely not advocating for the simple life in the sense we think, but they are calling for unity not just in the composition of the home, but in one's life. Nowhere is this more evident than in today's chapters.
Hi guys! I cannot believe I am making this episode a year later considering where I was a year ago! I have felt extremely lost in the past and am thrilled to make this episode today giving you the raw and real traits I picked up to stop BED and have a great body image relationship. IG: @toristerling_ @stridespinandfitness_ YouTube: youtube.com/toridesimone Amazon Shop: amazon.com/shop/toridesimone Get 10% your first month by visiting https://www.betterhelp.com/tori and start living a happier life Meet your health goals at https://manifest.myfitnesspal.com and use code MANIFEST to get one month of premium membership Go to https://thrivecausemetics.com/manifest for 15% your first order Explore your creativity at https://www.skillshare.com/MANIFEST and get one-month of Premium Membership for free Ready to apply? Head to https://www.creditkarma.com/loanoffers to see personalized offers with your Approval Odds right now. Get the sleep of your dreams with Beam's Dream powder. If you subscribe now, you'll get 35% OFF your first month of Dream, PLUS get a free mug and frother. Go to beamorganics.dom/MANIFEST and enter code MANIFEST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Anti-diet therapist and Binge Eating Disorder expert Amy Pershing joins us to discuss how our fatphobic culture hinders recovery, how diet culture steals our personal power, the healing that can be found in getting angry, the role of restriction and trauma in binge eating, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about quick ways for primary-care providers to talk to patients about intuitive eating and HAES. (This episode originally aired on March 26, 2018.) Amy Pershing LMSW, ACSW is the Clinical Director of the Center for Eating Disorders (CED) in Ann Arbor. In 1993, she developed “Bodywise™,” a comprehensive treatment program to serve a growing population of clients coming to the center with binge eating disorder (BED). In 2008, Pershing and Chevese Turner, CEO and founder of Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA), joined forces to found Pershing Turner Consulting LLC which offers training to clinicians treating BED nationwide. Pershing has pioneered an integrated approach based on almost 30 years of clinical experience. Her approach is strengths-based, incorporating Internal Family Systems, mindfulness strategies, Self Compassion interventions, and a range of somatic trauma techniques. Her approach also integrates intuitive eating and movement and a “health at every size” philosophy. Pershing offers two- and three-day Intensives for those in recovery, as well as “Hungerwise™,” a 10-week program for ending chronic dieting and weight cycling offered jointly with with St. Joseph Mercy Health System in Michigan. Pershing lectures internationally and writes extensively on the treatment of BED and her own recovery journey for both professional and lay communities. She has been featured on numerous radio and television programs speaking about BED treatment and recovery, relapse prevention, weight stigma, and mindful eating and movement. She is the winner of BEDA's Pioneer in Clinical Advocacy ward. Pershing has also served on a variety of professional boards and is the Past Chair of the Binge Eating Disorder Association. Her book, published by Taylor and Francis, will be out in late summer 2018. She maintains a clinical practice in Ann Arbor. Find her online at TheBodyWiseProgram.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
Happy Halloween, canoneers! In this spooktacular bonus episode, we read and discuss five selections from Alvin Schwartz's "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" series. Infamous for their horrifyingly non-child friendly accompanying illustrations, these lil guys were a staple of late twentieth century childhood (for one of our hosts, anyway). Theo gets white girl wasted and removes his shirt. Jackie's mailbox is used to commit multiple felonies. Rachel keeps it light. And finally, two out of two women on this podcast agree: they would eat the fish. Topics include: weebs, Schrodinger's nips, well-fitting suits, Men's Wearhouse, power moves, Three-o's return, A Series of Unfortunate Events, hissing intent, Gator Grove, the importance of pre-nups, expensive sombreros, the psittacosaurus, xoloitzcuintli, rabies, two-legged horses, whether rats make good pets, demonologist-veterinarians, Tumblr, Harry Styles x Your Name, The Twilight Zone, Cherie Berry, and future handwriting. Stories discussed: "Harold", "The Wreck", "Alligators", "Sam's New Pet", and "The Bed by the Window".
Winter should be fun, and we agree that the cast of Bravo TV's Winter House is off to a great, boozy start! Before we jump into the premiere of Bravo TV's first series collab, we reminisce about our TV watching pasts (Degrassi: Next Generation, anyone?) and talk about Desmond and Brie's weekend discussing Bravo TV with Nyemade Boiwu of YouTube's Black, Bold and Addicted to Bravo! There is also much Bravo TV news to cover, so a big congratulations goes out to Madison Lecroy who has finally met her attractive match in a fiance! And in between gushing (lusting?) over the Winter House cast, we lament Kyle's angry leprechaun return over Primary-Bedroom-Gate and have so. many. questions. about why half of the house wants in Austen Kroll's bed?! We end the episode with Game Time - it's time for Bed, Wed, or Dead: Winter House Edition! Check out our guest appearance on Bold, Black, and Addicted to Bravo! on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdS8x6eFR_k And if you like what you hear, please subscribe, give us 5 stars, and leave a review! Find us on Instagram and Twitter @boymeetsbravo and visit creativegeniusesnetwork.com for more content! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/creative-geniuses-network/message
In an ideal world, being a creative professional means you love what you do and your passion for your work fuels a meaningful and fulfilling life that also has a positive impact on the world. Whether you write, direct, produce, edit, or work on set - that's the dream we all set out to achieve when we join the industry. In the real world, however, you quickly discover that passion can also lead to exploitation. Toxic work environments, unreasonable deadlines and schedules, and unrelenting work hours extinguish even the deepest, hottest burning passions inside of us. Respect, dignity, and a basic appreciation for the work we do are essential ingredients in keeping that passion alive and sustaining us through long careers. Unfortunately, these concepts have been pushed aside in favor of faster, cheaper, better. Today I'm excited to discuss the realities of working on the production side of the industry with Shay'La Banks and Nickolaus Brown, both of whom work in the costume department and were recently featured with me in the recent Variety article IATSE Crew Members Share First-Hand Accounts of Set Life. Shay'La is a Costume Supervisor who has worked on shows such as The Voice, Insecure, Grown-ish & The Oscars. Nickolaus has been working in costumes for almost 25 years for films such as Free Guy, The Lake House, and Dukes of Hazzard, and TV shows like How to Get Away w/ Murder, Scandal, and Glee. This honest conversation gets to the very core of the many issues that production crews face while on set. You'll hear candid stories about the horrible conditions and disrespectful behavior they both endure on a routine basis and how it affects their health and relationships. You'll also hear that despite the enthusiasm they both have for their craft they both desperately crave the change that is so necessary in our industry. The energy from this conversation is palpable, and it's one of the most unique and interesting conversations I've had on the record in a long time. If you enjoy this format please let me know by leaving a review or emailing me directly. I'm considering doing more interviews like this so I'd love to hear your thoughts. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Here's What You'll Learn: Shay'La and Nickolaus describe their jobs and responsibilities on set. The biggest misconception of costume designer's jobs. The challenges that arise on set and how producers never understand what they are asking for. Nickolaus wants to know why is our time not respected? The unfair and unreasonable hours production crews are expected to work. Nickolaus worked 28 days straight on a pilot in Hawaii. The call sheet hours vs. the hours the costume department actually works. What is ‘Fraturday' and what is meant by ‘turnaround”? How the pandemic changed the perspective on work-life balance. The toll their jobs take on their physical bodies. The sad reality of the shows needs superseding the needs of the workers. KEY TAKEAWAY: You never stop ‘paying your dues' if you don't start to value yourself. The producers aren't trying to figure out a better way to do things because it's working for them. Why we need to get better at saying the word ‘no' to unreasonable expectations. The disconnect between how the budgets are made and how the work actually gets done. How you, as an individual, can start to affect change in the industry. Why Nickolaus believes the costume department is the lowest paid in the industry. How Shay'La talks to producers to negotiate more money or better schedules for herself and her department. 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Here are Five Basic Needs to Get You Back On Track Our Generous Sponsor: This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don't spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Guest Bio: Shay'La Banks Shay'La Banks is a Costume Supervisor & Creative Director that hails from Los Angeles by way of Riverside, California. Shay'La, a Cal State San Bernardino alum, began her career in the entertainment industry right after college in the casting department. With God's favor she met the right people and found fulfillment and success in the Costume Department, quickly working her way up the ranks to Costume Supervisor. Some of Shay'La's credits include Costume Supervising on shows such as The Voice, Insecure, Grown-ish & The Oscars amongst others. She knows it took a strong village to get her where she is so she is very passionate about giving back and mentoring youth. She leads by example & believes in operating with confidence, dignity and having a strong work ethic.This is why being on the board of FABRIC is a must. It means so much to her because everything FABRIC stands for and will do for the community speaks to her Life's mission statement. She attributes ALL her success to her strong faith & living a God-led life in which she strongly believes God led her to this Organization to help shine a light and create change for the people that need it the most. Nickolaus Brown Nickolaus Brown has been working in costumes for almost 25 years scouring Los Angeles and beyond for character driven fashion for film and television. He has a degree in fashion from the Fashion Institute of Technology and a degree in costume design from CalArts. He lives in Los Angeles with his dogs Scotch and Ripley. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).
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