Tanya N. Blocker, the Assistant General Counsel and Director for the US Employment, Labor, Privacy and Cybersecurity Group of energy conglomerate National Grid, speaks … Read More
The boys welcome on the legendary and suave Taylor Averill. There minds go down rabbit holes of rabbit holes.. where does it take these 3 DADDYS... idk.. watch to find out. How do you become a better middle? Is middle easy? Are middles getting better? Are all middle just really uncoordinated players with no control? Find out all on the latest episode of IYCHTH.
Episode 195 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Juha Lehtola, who this season became the third Finnish goalie coach hired by an NHL organization when the Washington Capitals brought him in to work with their AHL affiliate in Hershey.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, features Lehtola sharing insights on his path from coaching in Finland's top League, the SM-Liiga, to the opportunity to work with Hershey, including the role Colorado Avalanche goalie coach Jussi Parkilla played in opening doors as the first Finn to be hired in the job in the NHL (and to win a Stanley Cup). Lehtola also talks about the philosophies he learned in Finland, how they compare to North America tactically and technically, and his work with Capitals goaltending coach Scott Murray, including a season together in the OHL one decade ago.All that, plus our first trip to the new location of The Hockey Shop Source for Sports (now in Langley) for a look inside the new store, as well as a preview of some Black Friday Sale highlights.
That old sneaky, subtle pride will block up your blessings! It's pride that will cause us to run ahead of God to make things happen. Pride can morph into comparing and competing with others instead of functioning in the spirit of true collaboration. It can show up as needing to be seen, puffed up and validated externally based on works instead of simply being who you are in God. It can turn into the lone ranger syndrome of being unwilling to receive community and connection because of the erroneous (and prideful belief) that you can do it all alone and thus receive all of the credit. Let that not be you as we leave 2022!Click the link below to grab your copy here from either Amazon or my site to get your personally signed copy and to get on Tonika Maria's VIP mailing list to be the first to know when coaching and mentoring communities open up for 2023! https://linktr.ee/tonikamaria Let's Connect!
Episode 194 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features an incredible conversation with Michael Hutchinson of the Vegas Golden Knights.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, is one of our best ever, a "top-10 for sure," according to Woody, as Hutchinson shares specific details from a 13-season pro career that started as a Black Ace on the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup run in 2011, and has continued with stints with the Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs (twice), Colorado Avalanche, Florida Panthers and now Vegas. The 32-year-old shared lessons from past playing partners, including Tim Thomas, Tuukka Rask, Conor Hellebuyck and new Hall of Famer Roberto Luongo, as well as adjustments made along the way with a variety of goalie coaches, from how he moves to how he holds his stance, including a fascinating realization off the ice about the importance of a neutral pelvis that didn't come until he was 29.This interview is loaded with advice and insights that make it one of our best ever.All that, plus our last weekly trip to the old location of The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the Sportmask helmet line, as well as a preview of Black Friday Sale and the new store!
This Episode we interview Sean Ford, Brian Kelly, Brittany Blocker about their take on being a Gym Owner. Welcome to the Gym Lords Podcast, where we talk with successful gym owners to hear what they're doing that is working RIGHT NOW, and to hear lessons and failures they've learned along the way. We would love to share your story! If you'd like to be featured on the podcast, fill out the form on the link below. https://gymlaunchsecrets.com/podcast
Today I've got two twenty year olds who are making over 7 fingers per month! That's absolutely crazy! I was a broke college kid when I was 20 years old. To see these two walk into my office, and who live here in Las Vegas, in real estate doing these types of numbers blew my mind. Inayah and Bryson are totally killing it! They have Airbnbs in St. Louis and have launched a coaching program where they are teaching 800 students how to use Airbnb and make money. Inayah and Bryson used the arbitrage model where they don't even own the real estate! Confronting Grant Cardone On Fraud Allegations And Billionaire Status - https://youtu.be/YPBbqmoXptAConnect with Inayah and Bryson!Instagram - @inyayahmcmillan, @airbnbbreakdown, @brysonblockerTikTok - @inyayahmcmillan, @brysonblockerWebsite - https://www.freebnbworkshop.com/Join the Wealthy Way today and get access to my free course, planner, and discord community! https://wealthyway.com______________________________________________________Here's how my businesses can help you:Want to be coached by me on real estate investing? Apply at https://futureflipper.comAre you an entrepreneur who wants to build their personal brand on social media? Go to https://contentempire.ioYou can invest in my real estate deals! Go to https://pinedacapital.comNeed tax and accounting help? Contact my CPA Firm! https://TrueBooksCPA.com/Are you a woman in entrepreneurship? Join our women's mastermind! https://wealthywoman.io/Join my coaching program for real estate agents! https://wealthyagent.io/For a free consultation with my team go to https://RyanPineda.com______________________________________________________My other social media channels:Subscribe to my main channel "Ryan Pineda" https://www.youtube.com/c/ryanpinedaSubscribe to my real estate only channel "Future Flipper" https://www.youtube.com/c/futureflipper1Follow me on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/ryanpinedahttps://www.tiktok.com/@ryanpinedahttps://www.twitter.com/ryanpineda______________________________________________________Bryson and Inayah both dropped out of college in their first semesters to pursue entrepreneurship. They were trying to find their space in entrepreneurship through drop shipping, stock options, nannying, and more when they found out about Airbnb! Inayah, Bryson, and I discuss their journey through entrepreneurship, social media, business hacks, and more! Entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship advice, young entrepreneurs, airbnb, airbnb business, airbnb arbitrage, how to start an airbnb, social media, content creation
Darrell M. Blocker is a former American intelligence officer who served for 28 years with the Central Intelligence Agency. He held prominent positions including deputy director of the Counterterrorism Center (CTC), Chief of Africa Division, and Chief of Training at Camp Peary, Virginia, better known as "The Farm". Within the intelligence community, Blocker was known for participating in a number of semi-professional musical ensembles during his postings abroad. He retired in 2018 as the most senior black officer in the CIA's Directorate of Operations. Since 2019 Blocker has been chief operating officer of intelligence and advisory firm MOSAIC, and a contributor for ABC News. In November 2020, Fox News reported that president-elect Joe Biden had included Blocker among his shortlist of candidates to nominate for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency; in the end, the position went to William Burns. Today's Sponsor: SAP Gear (Stately Asset Protection) https://SAPGEAR.com Veteran-owned company, Stately Asset Protection's retail store specializes in handmade and unique survivability products. Use the code “TEAM” for 15% off your order! https://SAPGEAR.com To help support the show and for all bonus content including: -2 bonus episodes per month -Access to ALL bonus segments with our guests -Ad Free audio feed Subscribe to our Patreon!
Episode 193 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a fantastic conversation with Abbie Ives of the Connecticut Whale in the PHF.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Ives shares great insights and advice from her path to professional hockey, one that started with just playing for fun (and because her dad was a goalie) until getting more serious at age 13. The 24-year-old, who was how she skated any time she could get on the ice, whether it was crease movement at drop in skates or filling in for her dad at beer league, to play her way into college hockey at Quinnipiac, and now the PHF. Ives has some great thoughts on how to teach and develop patience on the skates, and shares how she uses Sense Arena (more than any other goalie in the world) to get ready for games and practices, as well as where the women's game is headed at the pro level and the improvements she's seeing in the PHF this season. All that, plus our weekly trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new PadSkins, including some new options we weren't previously aware of, and how best to apply them.
The LA Clippers finished their Texas two-step with a win over the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night. Was Paul George the main man yet again? Do the LA Clippers have the best shot blocker in the league? In today's episode, Host Darian Vaziri examines yet another Kawhi Leonard less win for the Los Angeles Clippers. A game in which they led by 17 & also trailed by 10 capped off by John Wall, Ivica Zubac, & Paul George. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 192 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Craig Anderson of the Buffalo Sabres plus a look at Anchor Pegs and why Woody never leaves home without them.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Anderson, currently the oldest player in the NHL talks about his personal evolution as the game has changed around him, the value in being unpredictable with shooters, working with Eric Comrie and much more.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at Anchor Pegs - a great solution for those terrible pegs found in most rinks that prevent goalies from playing the way the game is now taught. And yes, our own Kevin Woodley packs two sets to every game and explains why you might want to consider it yourself.
There are several groups of people who are involved in every move of God and one of them are wolves. Wolves are dangerous ones. They come in pretending to be what they are not and they hunt and devour. They pretend to be the Mature or the Immature in hopes of getting in to position to destroy.
Episode 191 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a couple of great goalie conversations with Annti Raanta of the Carolina Hurricanes and Amanda Makela of the PWHPA.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Raanta shares insights from a career that has included playing partners like Corey Crawford, Henrik Lundqvist and now Frederik Andersen, and some of the keys he has taken away from each. Raanta also shares a tip on setting up your skates that he picked up from Lundqvist, and explains why that method now has him trying to transition in-season to the new Bauer KONEKT skates.Makela also joins the show for the first time to talk about a fascinating -- and at times frustrating -- career that includes being a NCAA standout at Mercyhurst, the battle of playing far too few games the past couple of seasons, and why it led to a stint in Sweden. As a goalie and goaltending coach who works with Jon Elkin of the Toronto Maple Leafs as well as running Mak Goaltending, Makela has lots of great advice, including how to manage your games in those periods when all you seem to get is practice time.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer Promo-V stick, a limited edition model that weighs in at just 575 grams.
We always find time for what we value. We think about the Return on investment. Return on Investment is what are we going gain. Spending time with God is the best investment we could make. Then He will be a God who gives and we would be a people who receives.
10/20/22 7am CT Hour John, Glen and Sarah chat about gas prices, Padres tie the playoff series and rise in turkey prices for this Thanksgiving. Mayra, Former Planned Parenthood Clinic Director, reveals how Planned Parenthood is now targeting kids with messages that convince them that puberty blocks and medical abortion are safe and a right. Fr. Kubicki shares the story of St. Paul of the Cross and how he became the founder of the Passionists.
Kat talks about how she got involved in singing and playing the piano. She also shares about how alternative music, along with singer-songwriters paved the way to the music she enjoys even to this day! Kat has made a playlist of the very songs that have impacted her life. If you are interested in listening, head to soundtrack.fireside.fm, click on Soundtrack playlist and it will take you straight to their soundtrack on Spotify!
Today on the podcast we are chatting about a topic that if we are honest we just don't feel qualified to talk about but He has led us to…so that's what we are doing. Join us today as we talk all things… money! Like I said we don't feel qualified but we are going to share with you what He has taught us and how to face money as a follower of Christ. Let's do this! Radical by David Platthttps://www.amazon.com/Radical-Taking-Faith-American-Dream/dp/160142221Follow us on Social!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jesuscoffeehipposhttps://www.Facebook.com/rad.rvltnInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyn_cravenhttps://www.instagram.com/c_rave_7https://www.instagram.com/rad.rvltnTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@robyn3130https://www.TikTok.email@example.comYouTube:https://www.YouTube.com/c/RobynCravenPinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/radrvltnCheck Out Our Site! https://www.radrvltn.com
Episode 190 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features another great conversation with Spencer Knight from the Florida Panthers.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Knight is back for a third time on InGoal Radio after spending an hour with us heading into the 2019 NHL Draft, and teaming up with USA playing partner Dustin Wolf for an episode after winning World Junior Championship gold. This time we catch up on Knight's first two seasons in the NHL, and how the (still just) 21-year-old continues to evolve his game and approach, including finding the balance between being willing to try new things but not always chasing change for the sake of change. Knight talks about everything from why he purposely stays off the ice longer in the summers, to the benefit of AHL stints even after establishing himself as NHL ready, to glove positioning, to what he likes about his Bauer KONEKT skates.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the Coveted masks that fared so well in recent NHL testing, what option might be best for you, and why.
There are several reasons that keep people from God and one of them is Fear. Your level of shame, condemnation and Fear is determined by the depth of your relationship with God. The intent of Christ is to free those who are afraid. All Fear is founded in sin- sin is the foundation of Fear.
This week's episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features the man who is not only the most formidable blocker in the United States, but also the guy who is quietly the funniest guy on the AVP Tour: Theo Brunner. At 37 years old, Brunner is finally coming into his own, on and off the court: Creating a hysterical Instagram persona, delivering hilariously candid interviews for Volleyball World, while also putting together his best AVP season to date with Chaim Schalk. We chatted – and laughed – a lot on this one, covering: How he and Chaim Schalk have developed such perfect team chemistry Why he is playing what he thinks is the best beach volleyball of his career Who's better: Phil Dalhausser in his prime, or Anders Mol right now? His fourth-place finish at World Champs, and how he and Schalk can build on it And, as always, much, much more! ENJOY! *** NEW BOOK ALERT!!! Travis Mewhirter and Kent Steffes just published a seminal work on the history of beach volleyball in their new book, Kings of Summer: The Rise of Beach Volleyball. Check it out on Amazon!! https://www.amazon.com/Kings-Summer-rise-beach-volleyball/dp/B0B3JHFKM7/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1WGJFWHPBGPQ2&keywords=kings+of+summer+book&qid=1658922972&sprefix=kings+of+summer+book%2Caps%2C1328&sr=8-1 We are FIRED UP to announce that we've signed on for another year with Athletic Greens! Stay healthy with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter and get your greens today! https://athleticgreens.com/partner/d35ctoffer-strength/en?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=influencer&utm_campaign=sandcast_d35ct__a3172__o27&utm_term=cac__a3172__o27&utm_content=sport__a3172__o27 We now have SANDCAST MERCHANDISE!! Rock the gear of your favorite podcast today! https://www.sandcastmerch.com/ If you want to receive our SANDCAST weekly newsletter, the Beach Volleyball Digest, which dishes all the biggest news in beach volleyball in one quick newsletter, head over to our website and subscribe! We'd love to have ya! https://www.sandcastvolleyball.com/ This episode, as always, is brought to you by Wilson Volleyball, makers of the absolute best balls in the game, hands down. You can get a 20-percent discount using our code, SANDCAST-20! https://www.wilson.com/en-us/volleyball Check out our book, Volleyball for Milkshakes, written by SANDCAST hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter: https://www.amazon.com/Volleyball-Milkshakes-Travis-Mewhirter/dp/B089781SHB
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: 4:05pm- Former Democrat Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard announced that she could no longer remain a member of the Democrat Party—citing the party's widespread embrace of “wokeness” and “racializing every issue.” Gabbard also objected to what she considers a pro-war mentality. 4:15pm- While speaking with CNBC, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon explained that he believes a recession is likely to occur in the next six to nine months—stating that the Federal Reserve waited too long to raise interest rates. Dimon went on to implore the Biden Administration to drill domestically instead of relying on Saudi Arabia and OPEC+ for energy. 4:30pm- Justin Goodman—Senior Vice President for Advocacy & Public Policy at White Coat Waste Project—joins the show to talk about his organization's monitoring of medical testing on animals, particularly of the United States government which is the single largest funder of animal testing in the world. Goodman reveals that, according to investigations, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) distributed tax dollars to EcoHealth Alliance which preformed gain-of-function coronavirus research involving bats at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Astoundingly, the Wuhan Institute of Virology remains eligible to receive U.S. tax dollars for gain-of-function research. 4:50pm- While speaking at the 2020 Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health (AETH), Dr. Jeremi Carswel—the director of the hospital's Gender Multi-Specialty Service at Boston Children's Hospital—revealed that doctors are handing out puberty blockers to young children like “candy.” Although an advocate for gender reassignment procedures, she conceded that she was sometimes worried that “in this field” it can be “dangerous” how easily doctors are “swayed” by their patients. Audio from the conference was recently unearthed by Breitbart.
In this episode we continue discussing how each season or stage of life presents its own challenges and opportunities with regard to sabbath keeping. Today we're joined by two guests, Phaedra Blocker and Vicki Degner. In the first half Phaedra and Ruth talk about sabbath keeping in seasons of singleness. Phaedra shares the ways in which the church can often fail to support single people in the practice, and what she does to make the day feel special and set apart. She also shares her own perspective on the notion that the sabbath is a privileged concept. Then we hear from Vicki, who shares about her experience with sabbath during seasons of intense caregiving. Vicki has an adult son with special needs as well as two aging parents and she and Ruth discuss very practical ways in which they still strive to keep sabbath during this difficult season. Rev. Dr. Phaedra D. Blocker is a preacher, teacher, singer, spiritual director, and consultant. Founder and principal of Word & Wisdom, she is dedicated to empowering individuals and organizations to move toward wholeness and actualize their potential as agents of change and shalom in the world. She serves as Director of the Center for Community Care, Formation & Vitality at Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University and is Affiliate Professor in Leadership & Formation. Vicki Denger is trained and certified through Christos Center for Spiritual Formation as a spiritual director, and has been practicing for 18 years. She serves the Transforming Center as the Coordinator of Spiritual Direction Ministries and also on the TC board. She is married to Gerry, has two adult children, and two grandchildren that are the light of her life. Purchase Ruth's new book! Embracing Rhythms of Work and Rest comes out on October 11, 2022. It is out now, wherever you buy books (Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Bookshop.org). You can also pre-order the Sabbath Journal, which will be available sometime in January 2023. This season of our podcast is sponsored by GoodKind. GoodKind is all about helping people cultivate the GoodKind of habits and holiday practices that allow them to engage with God and one another throughout the year. They have a great tool for Advent, a Sabbath Box to help you practice unplugging, and more. To learn more about them and the products they make, you can find them at goodkind.shop Music Credit: Kingdom Come by Aaron Niequist Reflection from Transforming Center Resource Music in Solitude Support the podcast! This season, patrons will receive an overflow of bonus content from the episodes, including exclusive conversations between Ruth and guests, clips that we couldn't fit into the final cuts, and more! Become a patron today by visiting our Patreon page! The Transforming Center exists to create space for God to strengthen leaders and transform communities. You are invited to join our next Transforming Community:® A Two-year Spiritual Formation Experience for Leaders. Delivered in nine quarterly retreats, this practice-based learning opportunity is grounded in the conviction that the best thing you bring to leadership is your own transforming self!
Episode 189 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features another great conversation with Boston Bruins goalie Jeremy Swayman, as well an interview with October Saves founder Lara Hopewell about their amazing efforts to fight cancer.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Swayman returns for a second appearance to catch our listeners up on his meteoric two-year rise from being the NCAA's top goalie to becoming an NHL regular. Swayman shares insights on his quick adjustments to pro on and off the ice, how his game and approach changed in that short time with help from Tuukka Rask and goalie coach Bob Essensa, why he uses a figure skating-like warm-up skates (and yes he still uses ballet to train), and his inspiring Goalie Hugs everywhere through his strong relationship with playing partner Linus Ullmark. Swayman has also used his voice to help promote October Saves, which makes him the perfect guest this week alongside Hopewell as InGoal joins this great cause to help raise money in the fight against cancer. In addition to listening to the interview, be sure to check out how the sign up, the great prizes you can win (we added a Carey Price-signed jersey and Connor Hellebuyck-signed stick to the list) and how we'll donate half of any new InGoal subscriptions in October to the cause.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Brian's Optic 3 pads and gloves that are on the shelf now, and all their new features.
Darrell Blocker retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in 2018 after serving as an operations officer and manager in many countries, especially within Africa. His self-described lack of success recruiting assets during early assignments nevertheless taught him important lessons about the intelligence business, about how people work, and about himself; later tours of duty gave him the chance to make up for lost time by excelling at the job while also getting shot at and even gaining minor fame as the lead singer in an African jazz band. Blocker left CIA service as one of the most senior black officers in the Agency's history—and he was reportedly on President Biden's shortlist to become the director of the CIA. Now, he's involved in several creative projects in Hollywood.On this episode of Chatter, David Priess chatted with Blocker about his career and his activities since retirement. They discussed getting spy stories told on film, growing up as an Air Force brat, understanding the Pledge of Allegiance, stumbling early in an intelligence career, appreciating the operational environment in Africa, growing from mistakes, accepting lessons from 360-degree feedback, performing on stage in a jazz band, singing the national anthem, being considered as a CIA director, enhancing the CIA's interactions with the media, learning about the benefits of fictional representations of Hollywood's take on intelligence, and more.Chatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Darrell Blocker retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in 2018 after serving as an operations officer and manager in many countries, especially within Africa. His self-described lack of success recruiting assets during early assignments nevertheless taught him important lessons about the intelligence business, about how people work, and about himself; later tours of duty gave him the chance to make up for lost time by excelling at the job while also getting shot at and even gaining minor fame as the lead singer in an African jazz band. Blocker left CIA service as one of the most senior black officers in the Agency's history--and he was reportedly on President Biden's shortlist to become the Director of the CIA. Now, he's involved in several creative projects in Hollywood.David Priess chatted with Blocker about his career and his activities since retirement. They discussed getting spy stories told on film, growing up as an Air Force brat, understanding the pledge of allegiance, stumbling early in an intelligence career, appreciating the operational environment in Africa, growing from mistakes, accepting lessons from 360-degree feedback, performing on stage in a jazz band, singing the national anthem, being considered as a CIA director, enhancing the CIA's interactions with the media, learning about the benefits of fictional representations of Hollywood's take on intelligence, and more.Chatter is a production of Lawfare and Goat Rodeo. This episode was produced by Cara Shillenn of Goat Rodeo. Podcast theme by David Priess, featuring music created using Groovepad. Among the works mentioned in this episode:The TV series CondorThe TV series HomelandThe Pledge of AllegianceThe Star-Spangled Banner Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 188 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a long, informative conversation with last season's PWHPA champion Marlène Boissonnault.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Boissonnault (or Boss, as she is known to teammates and on Instagram @MarleneBoss) shares fascinating insights into her path from a mostly self-taught goalie who learned from her dad and trying to be like Martin Brodeur, to a more structured goalie who now also coaches right up to the college level in Canada.There are great lessons on health and mindset from her time at Cornell University, where she studied pre-med but also took psychology course) and endured a hip surgery. She shares great examples of the modernization or her game, including a 3-layer stance and what quadrant of the skate blade she wants to be on as part of a "Bring It" mindset and how to clear your brain of negative thoughts.Boissonnault also shares stories about how an engineer convinced her to wear white as her signature pad color, and why she was willing to forgo that last season to play in a set of yellow Juuse Saros gear. There really is something for everyone in this hour-long interview.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at their special edition Bauer Mach chest protector, with beefed up arms and shoulders, and other custom options.
In the previous podcast, I talked about how the Texas State Capitol Building in Austin was financed by raising funds through the sale of 3,050,000 acres of vacant land in the Panhandle of Texas. The land purchase was conducted by a Chicago firm, which created the Capitol Syndicate purchased the land in 1882. An immediate decision was made to use the land for cattle ranching until they could see an opportunity to break it into parcels for sale. This podcast looks at the famous ranch that grew out of that decision—The legendary XIT Ranch. To fund the new ranch's development, one of the Capitol Syndicate's major investors, John V. Farwell traveled to England, set up The Capitol Freehold Land and Investment Company of London and sold bonds to wealthy British investors. The funding resulted in the successful creation of the XIT Ranch. The ranch was huge, stretching more than 220 miles north-to-south along the New Mexico border and measuring from 20 to 30 miles east-to-west. A common belief is that the name XIT stands for “Ten in Texas,” referring to the 10 counties it covers, As you might guess, the ranch chose as its brand the letters XIT. The land, rich with grass, was fenced and in July of 1885, stocked with 2,500 longhorn cattle. According to a 1929 book —The XIT Ranch and the Early Days of the Llano Estacado—by historian J. Evetts Haley, the XIT brand was conceived by the Texas trail driver, Abner Blocker, who drove the original herd of cattle from Fort Concho to the XIT. Blocker also branded the first XIT cow. According to Haley, ‘She was not an animal of high pedigree, but a Longhorn from South Texas. Her color, gauntness, and perversity were historic.'” To run the mammoth ranch, Farwell hired Colonel Burton Harvey “Barbecue” Campbell of Wichita, Kansas as general manager. Campbell's “Barbecue” nickname came from a cattle brand he used at his ranch along the Kansas-Oklahoma border—on land rented from the Cherokee—A bar with the letters B and Q below it. Now, if you think of Texas cowhands as rough and rowdy, ranch manager Campbell had other ideas for the XIT. He published a booklet with a list of twenty-two rules aimed at creating well-behaved cowpunchers. And there were a lot of cow punchers. One hundred and fifty cowboys rode 1000 horses and branded 35,000 new cows during one year on the ranch. Here are a several random examples of Campbell's expectations for well-behaved cowhands: • Six-shooters or other small firearms will not be permitted to be carried on the ranch. • Card playing or gambling of any kind is strictly prohibited on this ranch. • All persons having the care or use of animals belonging to the ranch will be required to handle them carefully and treat them kindly. • Horses are furnished for the care of cattle and for other useful purposes, and they must not be used to run wild horses, or buffalo, or antelope, nor to run races. • Beeves will not be permitted to be killed unless the force is large enough to consume the meat before it becomes unfit for use, or other provision be made to salt and preserve it. By 1888, “Barbeque” Campbell had been fired over rustling allegations and replaced by Albert Boyce, who was active in management on the ranch for eighteen years and published his own list of ranch rules. At its peak, the ranch handled 150,000 head of cattle secured by 6,000 miles of fencing. By 1901, the last of the bonds sold to English investors were maturing and the ranch began selling off parcels of land. The last of the cattle were sold in 1912 and the remaining parcels of land were put up for sale. The XIT Ranch faded into legend. However . . .Today, the legendary XIT Ranch is back. Drew Knowles, the great grandson of investor John V, Farwell and Knowles' wife, Abby, have brought the XIT Ranch back to life...
"I don't think that's really for you...", "I don't think that's going to work out", "You just won't be able to accomplish that, think realistically!" Does that sound familiar?! When you're trying to accomplish your goals and dreams, you run into goal blockers! Coach Carrie helps you identify goal blockers, why they "block" your goals, and how to not let them affect you in this episode of Drive Your Thoughts!
In this solo episode, Geri explores the impact of judgment, throwing stones, and widening gaps of separation on our individual and collective experience, and proposes the risky topic of embracing your opposition and using curiosity to forge a connection with anyone (even the people who oppose everything you believe). Who knows, maybe you'll leave actually feeling grateful for that person/belief system/group you can't stand. Time Stamps 01:10 - Judgment As a Blocker to Connection, Creation, and Evolution 2:41 - Accepting Opposing Forces as Two Sides of the Same Coin 7:51 - Using Curiosity to Forge Connection With Anyone 9:55 - Connection vs. Separation for a Richer Human Experience 13:17 - How 2020 Changed My Views on Opposing Beliefs 16:00 - Maintaining Boundaries While Opening to Connection 22:40 - Approaching Conflict as an Elevation of the Collective About Geri Paige Butner Geri is a leader in the art of personal freedom, working to create powerful catalysts for individual change and transformation. She serves through her work as a freedom-focused entrepreneur, speaker, coach and highly curious being who has learned that when we follow our curiosity, we're led to what lights us up and propels us forward. Geri is the creator of The Business Firestarter and The Liberated Life programs, where she guides people on their journey to create a life and work they love. Host Links https://www.instagram.com/abundantlycurious/ (Abundantly Curious Instagram) https://geripaige.ck.page/abundantly-curious-subscribe (Abundantly Curious Email List) https://www.instagram.com/geripaige/ (Geri Paige Butner Instagram) https://www.geripaige.com/ (Geri Paige Butner Website) https://www.geripaige.com/breakthrough-sessions (Book a Coaching Session with Geri) Special Offers Starting a Business? Check out https://www.geripaige.com/the-business-firestarter-accelerated (The Accelerated Business Firestarter) Ready to change your life? https://www.geripaige.com/breakthrough-sessions (Book a 90-Minute Breakthrough Session) Looking for a Life or Business Coach? https://www.geripaige.com/ (Learn more about how to work with me)
Episode 187 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a great conversation with Seattle Kraken goalie Chris Driedger as he continues his comeback from a torn ACL in the gold medal game of the World Championships back in May.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Driedger talks about the slow road back from an injury that isn't common for goalies, and the importance of patience while going through a process expected to keep him out until at least Christmas. Driedger also shares some valuable lessons from his first season in Seattle, and an expansion franchise that struggled out of the gate, including how his work with a sports psychologist helped him re-examine his pre-game preparation and ultimately simplify that process as part of a late-season surge he hopes to carry over once he's back.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a closer look how to properly fit your chest protector, including the most common mistakes goalies make picking a size.
A gay rights organization was DE platformed by PayPal and its subsidiary Venmo, only to discover on Thursday that pro-pedophile organization Prostasia continues to be on good business terms with the multinational financial technology company. Two GOP senators are pressing the FDA to provide data on the effects of a puberty-inhibiting drug recently warned about by some medical experts. Former President Donald Trump's litigation over documents he took to his Florida home inadvertently led to a judge rejecting a request by MyPillow founder Mike Lindell to regain access to his cellphone after FBI agents seized it at a Hardee's drive-thru earlier this month.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My name is Bob. You rarely hear from me directly. I'm the senior editor at THN Media. One of my responsibilities is to create the summaries for each episode. Most of the time, it's really fun. Hell, no one even cares if I just make up stuff. But I really don't know what to do about Episode 49. At this week's staff meeting, I suggested that we shove it in a missile casing and launch it toward North Korea. Everyone told me to get back to work. Episode 49 started out fine enough. As you know, special guest Carla from Burnt Korn, Alabama, is also the manager of the local Dairy Queen. Co-host Arik asks her: “When you're cleaning the DQ men's room, instead of using urinal cakes, do you just drop a Dilly Bar in the urinal?” Cute. Well, I thought so. Carla stared hard at Arik, then proceeded to read a lovely hate letter from Nikki Goldenheart: “Hello, my fellow dispensers of Hatorade! Let's keep it simple. I hate vehicles that hog up all of the gas pumps on any one aisle at the gas station—especially Amish passenger vans!” Carla follows this golden epistle by sharing her hatred of websites that refuse a user access until they sign up for the site. Pauly practically has a hategasm over this. That's when things go sideways. Pauly hates idiots—then throws himself on The Hate Napkin. (Clearly, he's just positioning himself for an upcoming Hatey.) Then Arik goes off the rails. He starts with a nostalgic sidebar about Kurt Vonnegut and the heyday of the short story. Then something about lot lizards and cheese curds at the local Kum & Go. Something something The Pooper. Then a story about the time when columnist Dan Savage visited the Columbia City Paper staff. Arik finally concludes with an aborted THN PSA about getting bodily fluids and excrement on the sheets during lovemaking. Arik concludes: “There really isn't any shame—it's all just part of the human experience. We're stuck on this tiny rock in the middle of a galaxy surrounded by billions of other galaxies with billions of stars.” Um, not quite true. Actually, there is quite a bit of shame. And it's called Episode 49. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehatenapkin/support
We're unveiling a new Mossy Oak camo pattern that's exclusive to ScentLok and Blocker Outdoors; Terra Outland! And there's a bunch of big boys on the show this week to give you a behind-the-scenes on how a project like this comes together. Mark & Terry Drury, Chris Paradise from Mossy Oak, and Aaron Ambur from ScentLok/Blocker unveil the process. Want to be a guest on the show? Submit your audition video, here! Leave us a Question of the Day by clicking here and you could win a DeerCast hat! Join the 100% Wild Rack Pack! It's a Facebook group just for you and other 100% Wild podcasters!
Episode 186 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a conversation with Hunter Miska, now playing for Straubing Tigers in the German DEL.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Miska, who played the last three seasons in the Colorado Avalanche system, talks about a wide range of topics including his start in the game, early influences as the son of one of the most well-know mask painters in the game, his first NHL games and his ongoing development as a goaltender. Despite meeting many of the men his father painted for (Backstroke, Fernandez, Kiprusoff, Nabokov to name a few) Miska didn't start playing goal until freshman year when he made the varsity squad for his Minnesota high school team, and had little coaching before making his way to the US NTDP in only his third year as a goaltender.We know you'll enjoy this interview as much as we did with lots to learn for goalies, coaches and goalie parents!All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports as Cam and Woody look at the new True HZRDUS sticks/ The PX being the lightest - and most expensive - stick on the market and the 7X a feature-filled second price point option.
Episode 185 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a conversation with Joel Hofer who made his NHL debut this season with the St. Louis Blues.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Hofer shares his route to the pros, his experience in the AHL with Springfield as he shared the net with Charlie Lindgren leading the team to the American League final - and in his first playoff game scored his first goal!Hofer made his NHL debut this season playing two games and shares the experience with us. InGoal listeners will appreciate how he goes into detail as he only can with our all-goalie audience including describing drills he and coach Dan Stewart have done to refine his puckhandling skills - though already amongst the best young puck handlers in the game.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports as Cam and Woody look at the True 12.2 line - but with a plot twist - the sets manufactured offshore.
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Episode 184 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features World Junior Champion, CHL Goaltender of the year and New York Rangers prospect Dylan Garand.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Garand shares his experience during the gold-medal run, memories from a dramatic (to say the least) overtime win over Finland in the championships game, and the tricks and tips that he used to stay calm and focused in that stress-filled game and throughout the entire tournament. As he prepares to turn pro this fall, Garand also shares insights from his training camp experience with the New York Rangers last season, including what it's like to step on the ice against Igor Shesterkin and learn from goalie coaching legend Benoit Allaire. He also takes us through the writing process he uses to make sure he's always learning from each of those new experiences, and how it provides a great reference point even when things aren't going as well.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a closer look at the highly anticipated Flex 5 stick line, with two options now available, including one that earned praise from Thatcher Demko for its improved durability despite being even lighter weight.
Episode 183 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features an in-depth conversation with recently re-signed Dallas Stars goalie Scott Wedgewood. In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Wedgewood dives deep into his evolution over nine years of professional hockey, from getting to learn from his the goalie he used to emulate in street hockey, boyhood idol Martin Brodeur, during parts of six season with the New Jersey Devils, to working with a long list of great goalie coaches while bouncing around a bit more over the past five seasons. There were important lessons along the way on and off the ice, and Wedgewood shares them with an openness that will resonate with goalies of all ages while also detailing the technical and tactical changes that helped fuel a breakthrough last season that included playing an important role in helping the Stars make the playoffs after being acquired at the trade Deadline. To say this one is loaded with in-depth breakdowns and great on-ice advice would be an understatement.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a round-up of their Pro Return inventory, which includes new additions like a glove worn by a recent Stanley Cup champion, no-label Warrior gear made for a Monster in the NHL, that old school Warrior set you've all been asking after it appeared in the background of recent gear segments, some CCM E-Flex 4 gloves and blockers made for NHL goalies, and discounts on the remaining inventory of big-name Bauer gear too. And don't forget their Back to Hockey sale for more great savings.
Episode 182 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a couple of great guests from our week at the NET360 Goalie Camp put on by Alpha Hockey in Kelowna: James Reimer of the San Jose Sharks and multi-dimensional therapist Brandy Osborne.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, we catch up with Reimer on the podcast for the first time in more than three years, a span that has seen him work with three different goalie coaches, and soon to be a fourth with new Sharks goalie coach Thomas Speer, who was also at NET360 and is also a past podcast guest. Reimer shared some great insights into how he has found a balance between embracing new ideas from all his new goalie coaches at the NHL level without abandoning the foundation that has helped him thrive for more than 10 years in the League. He also shares some great insights into the evolution of his game and his equipment, including a look at how pros tinker with new lines (in his case the new Bauer Mach) and try to figure out if they want to add the new features to specs they've always used and been comfortable with.As an added bonus, we also caught up with Osborne, who started working at NET360 as a massage therapist years ago and now brings so much more as part of her never-ending path to provide better ways for her athletes to manage their health and their mindset on and off the ice. It's an approach she calls the Elemental Being ( https://theelementalbeing.com ) and it has been embraced by goalies at the camp and from the CHL to the NHL, including some great takeaways she shares in this interview that you can try for yourself, including breathing to reset yourself and a sensory warm up.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new True TF7 goal skates, a second price point option with some features popular right up to the NHL.
Episode 181 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features our second straight new Washington Capitals goalie: coveted college free agent Clay Stevenson.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Stevenson walks us through the NHL recruiting process that followed his strong play at Dartmouth (including breakfast with some guy named Henrik Lundqvist in New York City!) and why he chose the Capitals despite no promises of playing time at higher levels. Stevenson also shares several great stories from and insights into his somewhat unique development path: from not having a goalie coach and not playing AAA hockey between the ages of 12-16, to the BCHL and a breakout .936 save percentage as a 20-year-old despite the death of his mom on that season, to not playing a single game as a college freshman because of Covid-19, to the one season of NCAA that led to plenty of interest from several NHL teams. He also walks us through his evolution on the ice, including a great description of changing his glove position.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro sticks, a second price point in the Mach line that's popular all the way up to pro.
Let's get right into this week's episode: do many straight men utilize sex education, outside of watching mainstream porn, in order to ensure they're really putting it down?In my opinion…no… as both a sex educator and as someone who's had sex with straight men, I gotta say The ego that I've been met with from straight men has been toxic at times and really sad at others. And to me ego is both the biggest turnoff and biggest, for lack of a better term, cock blocker to actual great sex. In this episode I get a group of straight men, a male sex coach and Tim Chantarangsu to shed light on why men are often too proud to engage in sex education. Follow Shan on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shanboodyCall in to the show to leave a voice note (323) firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the guests on this episode Starring GuestTim Chantarangsu: http://instagram.com/timchantarangsuPodcast: No Chasers https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-chaser-with-timothy-chantarangsu/id1454272724 Male Sex CoachAlex Grendi is a male sex coach that specializes in helping men with premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. He also helps men integrate what they've learned about becoming superior sexual lovers into all areas of their life.http://Superiorlovers.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/AlexGrendiSL Jared Bradyhttp://instagram.com/enjoyjaredbradyhttps://youtube.com/c/Enjoy248Follow enjoy the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts