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    the morning shakeout podcast
    Episode 207 | Marquis Bowden

    the morning shakeout podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 83:01


    This week's conversation is with Marquis Bowden, who you may remember from Episode 132 back in the fall of 2020. Since that time nearly two years ago Marquis and I have kept in close touch and make it a point to catch up with one another every couple of weeks. His life has undergone a lot of changes since we recorded that first podcast: he moved from the only place he'd ever known, Los Angeles, California, to the mountains of Boulder, Colorado. He's embedded himself into the running and cycling communities there and put himself on a path to chase his professional, athletic, and personal dreams. In this episode, we talk about that transition and what it's been like for him. We discuss trauma, hardship, reaching out for help, and prioritizing mental health. Marquis told me about trying to take his running to the next level, navigating injuries from both a physical and emotional standpoint, the importance of leaning into his community, especially during tough times, and a lot more. This episode is brought to you by:— New Balance. If you're looking for a workhorse to run most of your miles in, look no further than the FreshFoam X 1080 v12. This shoe has the perfect blend of cushioning and responsiveness, it's lightweight, it transitions smoothly, it has the most streamlined fit to accommodate a wide variety of foot types, and it holds up to heavy mileage week in and week out. The FreshFoam X 1080v12 is available in both men's and women's sizes on newbalance.com or at your local run specialty retail store. Click here for complete show notes, sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday, and/or join our growing community on Patreon, where you'll also gain access to exclusive content like The Weekly Rundown, my Patreon-only podcast with Billy Yang, a live monthly Coaches' Corner discussion, and other perks that pop up from time to time.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Nugget Climbing Podcast
    EP 125: Zofia Reych — The Heritage of Climbing, Breaking Down Gender Roles, and What It's Like to Be Autistic

    The Nugget Climbing Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 123:17


    Zofia Reych is a Polish climber and anthropologist and author of Born to Climb. We talked about renovating their mid-18th century house in Fontainebleau, researching the book, identifying as non-binary and directing the Women's Bouldering Festival, what it's like to be autistic, key chapters in climbing's history, losing friends in the mountains, and much more.Check out Petzl!petzl.comOr find Petzl helmets at your local climbing shop!Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app! (Available for iOS and Android)We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/zofia-reychNuggets:0:06:05 – Getting back from bouldering0:08:19 – Zofia's 240+-year-old house in Fontainebleau, and fixing the leaking toilet0:11:31 – 12th-century castles, and what will be left of our civilization in 700 years0:12:45 – Growing up in Poland, and living and bouldering in Fontainebleau0:16:30 – Expecting to get better at climbing by living in Font, and my (Steven's) experience with the 9-5 grind0:18:27 – Our education system in the US, having direction, and Zofia's fascination with people who start things very young0:20:09 – Zofia's mom, piano, and romanticizing about having a single focus in life0:22:02 – The immersive process of writing a book, and the impact on Zofia's climbing0:25:26 – Negative vs. positive motivation0:28:27 – The cycle of falling in love with climbing, feeling drive, pushing hard, and forgetting why we fell in love with it in the first place0:30:05 – “Don't push it.”0:30:53 – Why Zofia felt like she needed to write Born to Climb0:32:00 – An overview of the book0:36:14 – Doing research for the book0:40:38 – Zofia's master's thesis, and why it feels outdated0:44:15 – Zofia's gender identity (they/them), and being the director of a women's bouldering festival0:48:13 – Zofia's Instagram post about gender identity (see show notes for link)0:51:01 – “There shouldn't be one recipe for how to be a human.”0:53:21 – Autism, and using an inner formula to have conversations like this one0:55:35 – Acting0:58:31 – What Zofia is like when she is alone or with her mom, being childlike without filters, and dancing in public1:01:35 – Stimming (stimulating)1:02:18 – Being diagnosed with autism at age 31, and how that has changed Zofia's life experience1:04:43 – Being introverted in a society that rewards extroversion, and telling your life story to someone you meet in an elevator1:11:16 – What Zofia does to recharge1:12:35 – Climbing alone vs. with a group1:17:58 – The scope of Born to Climb, stories from the mid-14th century hill walking, how polar exploration influenced climbing in the Alps, and climbing's elitist roots1:24:35 – On Stolen Land, and the uncomfortable history of Yosemite1:33:21 – Loss in climbing, the fragility of being human, and exposing ourselves to risk1:43:40 – Being responsible for your own safety, and feeling empowered1:45:55 – TrueBlue1:46:57 – Why writing the last chapter of the book was the most difficult part1:49:56 – What Zofia hopes readers take away from Born to Climb, and being a tiny spec on the timeline1:53:00 – The existential sandwich1:54:32 – Who should read Born to Climb, and where to buy it (see links in show notes)1:58:21 – Time for a nap

    Calvary Bible Church - Boulder
    Nehemiah – Nehemiah 1-6 - Unsung Heroes

    Calvary Bible Church - Boulder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022


    Through our series, “Unsung Heroes,” we're focusing on lesser known men and women from the Bible. As we open scripture and look at their lives we will see unfamiliar acts of faith we can imitate and character traits of God we can trust. This week at Calvary in Boulder, Patrick Sobecki looks at Nehemiah in Nehemiah 1-6. We'd love to hear from you! Fill out this online Connect Card to get in touch with us. https://calvarybible.com/onlineconnect

    Afternoon Drive
    Fri. July 1: Hour 1 - Brian Howell on Pac-12 shift, Rocky Mountain Showdown, titles for Denver, Oakland Athletics

    Afternoon Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 44:18


    USC and UCLA headed to Big Ten, Brian Howell on Colorado looking to leave Pac-12 as well, NIL, potential targets for the Pac-12 to add, CU vs CSU, Rocky Mountain Showdown to alternate between Boulder and Fort Collins, next team to bring a title to Denver, Kroenke sports empire, best Canadian NBA player, Colorado Rockies vs Arizona Diamondbacks, Athletics staying in Oakland?

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
    06.26.22 (MP3): PPIHC 2022 Review - The Drivers, Racecars & Stories from the Race, w/ Finishing Times, Backgrounds, Tales from the Track & A Little Bit About the Course, Somehow Good Weather, Next Year's Access, + Daily-Driven Hillclimbers &

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:27


    Too much good stuff:  with the Pike's Peak International Hillclimb done (full-length, too!), it's down to the whos, the whats and the hows. Racecar: Mustang, Camaro, Bronco, Wolf, 911, Cayman GT4, Evo, 935, Taco (spaceship), Tesla, Sierra, M3, NSX, WRX, STi, Audi 4000, Charger, 'Cuda, Boss 302S, Integra, Palatov, Viper, F1, Leaf and a Porschevy. Racer: Shute, Donner, Donahue, Vahsholtz, Becker, Block, Millen(s), Boyd, Zwart, Murdock, Dai, Dallenbach, Clay, Bolleau, Robinson(s), Schrantz, Aweida, Denmeade, Sighn, Guerrero, Strauch, Hess, Novembre, Zimmer, Lundh, Hill, Crouch, Wesley and Oi. Spot: George's Corner, Cog Cut, Engineer's Glen Cove (& Cove Creek), Elk Park, 16-Mile, Devil's, Boulder and the Ws.

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
    06.26.22: PPIHC 2022 Review - The Drivers, Racecars & Stories from the Race, w/ Finishing Times, Backgrounds, Tales from the Track & A Little Bit About the Course, Somehow Good Weather, Next Year's Access, + Daily-Driven Hillclimbers & Going

    Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:27


    Too much good stuff:  with the Pike's Peak International Hillclimb done (full-length, too!), it's down to the whos, the whats and the hows. Racecar: Mustang, Camaro, Bronco, Wolf, 911, Cayman GT4, Evo, 935, Taco (spaceship), Tesla, Sierra, M3, NSX, WRX, STi, Audi 4000, Charger, 'Cuda, Boss 302S, Integra, Palatov, Viper, F1, Leaf and a Porschevy. Racer: Shute, Donner, Donahue, Vahsholtz, Becker, Block, Millen(s), Boyd, Zwart, Murdock, Dai, Dallenbach, Clay, Bolleau, Robinson(s), Schrantz, Aweida, Denmeade, Sighn, Guerrero, Strauch, Hess, Novembre, Zimmer, Lundh, Hill, Crouch, Wesley and Oi. Spot: George's Corner, Cog Cut, Engineer's Glen Cove (& Cove Creek), Elk Park, 16-Mile, Devil's, Boulder and the Ws.

    SATIATE
    Ep. 62 :: Nourish Your Nervous System(with Dr. Arielle Schwartz)

    SATIATE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 71:27


    I am thrilled to host long time Boulder local and friend, Dr. Arielle Schwartz, in this incredibly resourceful episode of SATIATE. Arielle Schwartz, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist, EMDR Therapy consultant, somatic psychotherapist, certified yoga instructor, and internationally sought-out teacher. She is the author of six books, including Therapeutic Yoga for Trauma Recovery and The Post Traumatic Growth Guidebook. She is a leading voice in the treatment of PTSD and complex trauma who specializes in applied Polyvagal theory for trauma recovery. Her integrative, mind-body approach to therapy includes relational therapy, part-work therapy, somatic psychology, EMDR Therapy, and therapeutic yoga for trauma. She believes trauma recovery is an awakening of the spiritual heart. LISTEN AND HEAR: ~ A clear definition of the Social Nervous System ~ The many ways to create more certainty and safety in our bodies when we are feeling anxious ~ What is an embodied approach to healing ~ The three phases of trauma recovery ~ How to use therapeutic yoga, breath work, and Polyvagal Theory for trauma recovery Her wisdom may be just the relief many of us need (personally and collectively) during these tumultuous times in the world. Discover more at: http://DrArielleSchwartz.com Learn more about her many books at https://drarielleschwartz.com/books-by-dr-schwartz/ Find Me at: Sue Van Raes: www.bouldernutrition.com/ Boulder Nutrition Retreats: www.bouldernutrition.com/retreats Follow Me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/bouldernutrition/

    First Community Church
    Faith Kit Hosted by Glen Miles featuring Jim Keck

    First Community Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:45


    Jim, born in Des Moines, Iowa, started heading west for undergraduate study at the University of Colorado, Boulder and graduate study in Berkeley. He received his Doctorate of Ministry from Andover Newton Seminary and was ordained in the United Church of Christ in 1990. In 1993, after serving churches in Berkeley and Corona Del Mar, California, he became the Sr. Minister of the West Concord Union Church, in Massachusetts. In 1999 he became the Sr. Minister at the Congregational Church of San Mateo, California. He also served as an adjunct faculty member at Pacific School of Religion; as president of the Peninsula Clergy Network which links 400 clergy with other area civic leaders; and as a board member of the Mission Hospice of San Mateo County. He has also served as a guest lecturer at Tufts University, Andover Newton Theological School, American Baptist School and Pacific School of Religion, as well as a keynote speaker for numerous denominational events. When Jim is not at church he loves to play golf, basketball, handball, tennis, or just about any sport.

    KGNU Morning Magazine Podcast
    Morning Magazine Podcast — Thursday, June 30, 2022

    KGNU Morning Magazine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 26:33


    On today's Morning Magazine, we hear about what a lifeguard shortage in Boulder means beyond reduced operating hours at local pools. Then, Colorado State University researchers have developed a new digital tool to identify high-risk areas where climate disasters overlap with […]

    The Strength Running Podcast
    154. Running Imbalances: How to Prevent & Treat Asymmetries with Dr. Sarah Ceschin

    The Strength Running Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 57:53


    Running is essentially a series of one-legged hops repeated over and over again. The repetitive nature of running can exacerbate imbalances in any part of our body.  While many mild asymmetries are normal and not necessarily cause for concern, others can make you more injury prone.   This week's guest helps runners deal with all types of imbalances. Dr. Sarah Ceschin is a physical therapist from Boulder, Colorado, who I had the pleasure of meeting in person at a recent group run. Sarah works with a variety of athletes, particularly runners and climbers.  If you ever find yourself in need of a physical therapist, try to seek out one who is familiar with treating runners! As a runner herself, Sarah understands the demands of running and helps runners stay healthy and strong. As a physical therapist, she deals with athlete imbalances on a daily basis and is a tremendous resource to learn how to address them. In our discussion, we dive deep into the topic of asymmetries and imbalances, including: How to define an imbalance, and where you may find unexpected imbalances in your body Why some imbalances are normal and shouldn't make you worry How more pronounced imbalances may increase your risk of overuse injuries  The unexpected asymmetries you may discover in trail running How fatigue accentuates imbalances: picture mile 26 of a marathon! The importance of strength work to minimize the impact of imbalances If you're looking to maximize your strength and durability, you'll enjoy my conversation with Sarah! Links & Resources from the Show: Visit Sarah's website Follow Sarah on Instagram and Facebook Learn how to prevent overuse injuries here Thank You InsideTracker! This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, one of the most reputable blood testing companies in the world. They were founded in 2009 by aging, genetics, and biometrics scientists to help you analyze your body's data and get a firm idea of how well you're responding to training. Understanding your body's biomarkers, from stress hormones to testosterone to Vitamin D, can help you figure out if you're over-training, under-training, optimally training, or if you have a health issue that might be affecting your running. But the best part is that they give you personalized optimal ranges for each of these biomarkers and a host of ways to improve these markers through diet, lifestyle, or exercise changes. I've personally gotten three Ultimate tests from them and the process is simple, easy, and very eye-opening if you haven't done a deep dive on your biomarkers yet.  Of all the investments you can make in your running, this one is like getting a detailed checkup or regularly scheduled maintenance for your internal physiology.  If you're ready to take control of your health and optimize your training, get 25% off any of their blood tests with code STRENGTHRUNNING at InsideTracker.   Thank you Gnarly Nutrition! What an amazing brand name! But they don't just sound great, they make amazing nutrition products to help athletes like you optimize their diet, fuel smarter, and reach new heights in training. Their chocolate whey protein powder blows my mind - it's the tastiest protein powder I've ever had. I mix it with almond milk and it's just amazing how creamy and sweet it tastes.  Gnarly is a trusted supplier of nutrition products to athletes because all of their protein powders, pre-workout supplements, amino acids, and fuel are all NSF-certified. That means you can trust everything from Gnarly to be safe, clean, and free of any banned substances. ​​They comply with strict standards and procedures during every stage of the product's development, including unplanned on-site inspections, to ensure you know exactly what you're putting in your body. Fuel better and recover smarter so that you can do more of what you love: running. Go to gognarly.com and be sure to use code GNARLY20 to save 20% sitewide on your entire order.

    The Climate Daily
    Boulder, CO Launches “Cool Boulder” Natural Climate Solution Campaign, NOAA to Map Heat Inequities in 14 U.S. Locales, More NOAA Urban Heat Island Mapping Stuff, Listeners' Call to Action!

    The Climate Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 8:19


    Boulder, CO Launches “Cool Boulder” Natural Climate Solution Campaign, NOAA to Map Heat Inequities in 14 U.S. Locales, More NOAA Urban Heat Island Mapping Stuff, Listeners' Call to Action!

    The Uptime Wind Energy Podcast
    New Hurricane Ready Two-Bladed Wind Turbines

    The Uptime Wind Energy Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:42


    Rosemary interviews two wind experts, and you're guaranteed to learn from both of them: Jessica O'Connor from ArcVera Renewables describes how wakes from large rotors cause a significant energy loss. Stability is the key - and the amount of loss is stunning. Then Brian Hill from Bachmann Electronics discusses turbine automation, focusing on North American installations, including cybersecurity for and repowering of older turbines. But wait, there's more: like GM Ventures (yes, that GM) pouring $10M, and some project management expertise, into wind catching technologies. Plus, palm-tree inspired wind turbine designs (with the blades in the back?!) may withstand hurricanes. Some of the design elements are already proven, but how powerful can flexible blades be? Visit ArcVera here - https://arcvera.com Visit Bachmann here - https://www.bachmann.info/en Sign up now for Uptime Tech News, our weekly email update on all things wind technology. This episode is sponsored by Weather Guard Lightning Tech. Learn more about Weather Guard's StrikeTape Wind Turbine LPS retrofit. Follow the show on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit Weather Guard on the web. And subscribe to Rosemary Barnes' YouTube channel here. Have a question we can answer on the show? Email us!  Uptime 119 Jessica O'Connor: What we're seeing is something that is. Really shown in any other wake models that are, you're trying to capture those external wakes is that these external wakes are lasting for over a hundred kilometers. Yeah, that's insane. It's waking the entire array. Just the Southern array is waking the entire. Jessica O'Connor: Collection of array. Allen Hall: Welcome to the uptime wind energy podcast, Rosemary what's first on our list this week, Rosemary Barnes: we're gonna be talking about some wind turbines being designed in Colorado with the university and collaboration with NREL and they have Palm tree inspired, wind turbines to survive. Hurricane forces. And we've got a couple of fun interviews that I recorded while I was at Texas clean power conference a little while ago with Jessica O'Connor of Avera about awake model that they've developed for offshore wind and Brian Hill of Buckman about some of their control system retrofits that they can do. Allen Hall: And then we talk about GM. Yes, the GM and the United States makes all the automobiles is investing in multi turbine technology. Interesting development. We're also  Joel Saxum: gonna talk about a consortium of energy producers in the United States that are putting together $6 billion to invest into someone to make them solar panels here. Joel Saxum: All right, Rosemary.  Allen Hall: Palm tree, wind turbines. I know this is gonna go right to your design engineering instincts. So the university of Colorado, sorry, Colorado university Boulder, which is a  Joel Saxum: beautiful place. Gotta get it right. Get it right. It's a very beautiful place.  Allen Hall: It has a great, it's a great campus by the way. Allen Hall: They're they're doing some research there with, in the United States where they're looking at basically backward wind turbines. what I mean backward wind turbines is the blades are in the back and the cells in the front. And instead of having three blades they've are using two blades. And the, the rationale behind this is that in theory makes them more hurricane resistant, tolerant to big wind gusts. Allen Hall: Now, I, I don't understand that part of it, but it's and Rosemary, this is where you can help us a little bit. Mm-hmm so the blades are supposedly are lighter. They need to be, they can be more flexible because there's less chance they're gonna run into the tower. Yes in the reverse situation. Okay. But that's the claim to fame is with the tube bladed system with. Allen Hall: Pointing backwards. So when turning pointing backwards that they could handle much higher wind speeds and then it would make them possib...

    Epigenetics Podcast
    The Effect of lncRNAs on Chromatin and Gene Regulation (John Rinn)

    Epigenetics Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 50:05


    In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with John Rinn from the University of Colorado in Boulder to talk about his work on the role of lncRNAs in gene expression and nuclear organization. The Rinn Lab pioneered the approach of screening the human genome for long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs). More recently, the lab has shifted focus from measuring the number of lncRNAs to finding lncRNAs that have a distinct biological function in human health and disease. One example of such a lncRNA is FIRRE, which is present in all animals, however the sequence is not conserved, except for in primates. FIRRE contains many interesting features, such as repeat sequences and CTCF binding sites. In absence of FIRRE, defects in the immune system can be observed and also some brain defects may also be observed.   References Carter, T., Singh, M., Dumbovic, G., Chobirko, J. D., Rinn, J. L., & Feschotte, C. (2022). Mosaic cis-regulatory evolution drives transcriptional partitioning of HERVH endogenous retrovirus in the human embryo. eLife, 11, e76257. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.76257 Long, Y., Hwang, T., Gooding, A. R., Goodrich, K. J., Rinn, J. L., & Cech, T. R. (2020). RNA is essential for PRC2 chromatin occupancy and function in human pluripotent stem cells. Nature Genetics, 52(9), 931–938. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41588-020-0662-x Kelley, D., & Rinn, J. (2012). Transposable elements reveal a stem cell-specific class of long noncoding RNAs. Genome biology, 13(11), R107. https://doi.org/10.1186/gb-2012-13-11-r107 Khalil, A. M., Guttman, M., Huarte, M., Garber, M., Raj, A., Rivea Morales, D., Thomas, K., Presser, A., Bernstein, B. E., van Oudenaarden, A., Regev, A., Lander, E. S., & Rinn, J. L. (2009). Many human large intergenic noncoding RNAs associate with chromatin-modifying complexes and affect gene expression. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(28), 11667–11672. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0904715106 Guttman, M., Amit, I., Garber, M., French, C., Lin, M. F., Feldser, D., Huarte, M., Zuk, O., Carey, B. W., Cassady, J. P., Cabili, M. N., Jaenisch, R., Mikkelsen, T. S., Jacks, T., Hacohen, N., Bernstein, B. E., Kellis, M., Regev, A., Rinn, J. L., & Lander, E. S. (2009). Chromatin signature reveals over a thousand highly conserved large non-coding RNAs in mammals. Nature, 458(7235), 223–227. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature07672   Related Episodes The Role of lncRNAs in Tumor Growth and Treatment (Sarah Diermeier) The Role of Small RNAs in Transgenerational Inheritance in C. elegans (Oded Rechavi) Chromatin Structure and Dynamics at Ribosomal RNA Genes (Tom Moss)   Contact Active Motif on Twitter Epigenetics Podcast on Twitter Active Motif on LinkedIn Active Motif on Facebook Email: podcast@activemotif.com

    Off the beaten path but not lost
    36. Exploring the Northern Colorado Rocky Mountains and the National Park

    Off the beaten path but not lost

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 59:37


    Oh boy, do we have the Colorado bug. We only spent a few weeks in a tiny area, but we can't wait to return. For nine days, we stayed near Boulder and drove into the Rocky Mountains as much as we possibly could! Rocky Mountain National Park was absolutely breathtaking! https://thefaiolas.com/36

    Cultural Awareness Podcast
    Finding out your Baby Mama is your fiancee first cousin

    Cultural Awareness Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 19:43


    Man O Man, this one right Here is Crazy. What will you do if this happened to you? Check out the story of the day and leave your impressions

    Market Meets Podcast
    Market Meets: Hurdle's Jewely

    Market Meets Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:24


    Hurdles Jewelry is the longest running business on the Pearl Street Mall. For over 75 years the Hurdle family has graced Boulder with its curated selection of diamonds to semi-precious gems to watches to vintage consignment pieces. This family treasure is located 1402 Pearl Street and has no plans of leaving. Listen in this week to learn about new jewelry trends like lab grown diamonds and more. Special Guest: Nicole Hurdle.

    Bama Means Business
    Olivia Ustas: Lockheed Martin Pt 1

    Bama Means Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 23:02


    Olivia is back on campus for a Habitat for Humanity fundraiser and to talk to students in the Culverhouse College of Business. Having graduated from Alabama with three degrees, an engineering undergraduate and a master's in engineering, and an MBA. Olivia shares her career and journey to working at Lockheed Martin in Boulder, CO. She also shares how meeting Marilyn Hewson inspired her to pursue a career with Lockheed.For more information about the Culverhouse College of Business visit our website https://culverhouse.ua.edu.Stay up to date with the collegeFacebook: https://facebook.com/culverhouseuaTwitter: https://twitter.com/culverhouseuaInstagram: https://instagram.com/culverhouseuaLinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/school/culverhouse-college-of-business

    Mark Simone
    Hour 1 Rudy Giuliani claims the slap he got from a Shop Rite worker felt like a boulder hit him. The worker was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor.

    Mark Simone

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:53


    January 6th hearings will hear testimony from Trump's Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows, Meadows top aid Cassidy Hutchinson claims she saw Meadows burning documents in the White House. Bill O'Reilly Interview: Bill and Mark talk about abortion not being a constitutional right, it's not and never has been.

    5 Talents Podcast - Commercial Real Estate, REI, Financial Freedom
    Brian Eastman - How to Make the Most of Your 401k

    5 Talents Podcast - Commercial Real Estate, REI, Financial Freedom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:09


    Brian Eastman, a financial advisor who specializes in self-directed retirement plans has transitioned from working in corporate America to starting his own real estate business. He discusses the risks and challenges when starting his business and how he was able to overcome them by taking calculated risks and focusing on the right opportunities. They also discuss the importance of retirement planning and how to make the most of your 401k. Brian stresses the importance of diversifying one's investment portfolio across many different types of investments to mitigate risk. Brian Eastman is a principal and Sr. Consultant at Safeguard Advisors, LLC, a Self-Directed Retirement Plan provider headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Mr. Eastman has personally worked with thousands of independent investors over the years and has a deep understanding not only of the tax framework that governs self-directed retirement plans but how to use such plans successfully in a variety of real estate and alternative asset investment types. [00:01 - 14:10] Opening SegmentIntroducing Brian to the showBrief background and career[14:11 - 21:08] 401k: How to maximize your returnWhy people in their twenties should be investing in 401k The average returns for commercial real estate[21:09 - 35:22] How to Retire Safely with an IRABrian shares his experiences with commercial real estate, cryptocurrency, and blockchainBrian recommends a diversified retirement plan that is IRA-based and offers a checkbook control optionBrian also recommends investing in physical metals, through a self-directed IRA or 401k[35:23 - 42:10] How to Build Wealth with Private Equity ExpertsA solo 401k: An IRA on steroids Has a much higher contribution limitThe 401k form of trust is run by the listener as the trustee, and there is no third-party administrator[42:10 - 43:09] Closing SegmentSee the links below to connect with BrianQuotes:"Most commercial real estate investments don't hit home runs. They don't get that 30% return if you were an initial investor in some cool startup which you can see in the stock market but they also don't tend to crater out when the news cycle happens bad.” - Brian EastmanConnect with Brian through LinkedIn, or email him at brian.e@ira123.com.Connect with me:www.5talents.capitalLinkedInInstagramWatch 5T CRE on YouTubeLeave us a review and receive your free ebookEmail us --> abel@5tcre.com 5 TALENTS CAPITAL | ABEL PACHECO If you are ready to start your investment journey with 5 Talents Capital, here are the next steps you should take:View our informational video and case study at https://5talents.capital/grow-your-wealth/After viewing the video follow the prompts which will lead you to a scheduling link to meet one on one with Abel Pacheco. Register for our investor portal here investor portal once registered you will be able to review some of our past deals and you will receive alerts for upcoming investment opportunities.Support the show

    Conrad Life Report
    Episode 88

    Conrad Life Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 21:37


    Topics: Dobbs, neighborhood report, backyard and stoop hangs, Oliver annual checkup, new Delta headhouse/terminal at LaGuardia, trip to Boulder, Dead and Company at Folsom Field, altitude effects, Uber/Lyft prices, last day of school, American Museum of Natural History, Hayden Planetarium, Woodstock, Saugerties Lighthouse, C'mon C'mon, The Kids in the Hall, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Steve Reich: Reich/Richter by Ensemble Contemporain, The Resurrection of Rust by Elvis Costello, Farm to Table by Bartees Strange, The Spur by Joan Shelley, 'Carolina' by Taylor Swift, Home Before and After by Regina Spektor.

    In The Moment podcast
    141. Max Holleran with Marcus Harrison Green: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing

    In The Moment podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:45


    It's no secret that housing costs are climbing and income is struggling to keep up. It's a complex problem with a lot of loud voices. One of the newest voices, however, is the YIMBY (“Yes In My Backyard”) movement. This growing number of influential activists are calling for more construction and denser cities in order to increase affordability. Max Holleran's book, Yes to the City, offers an in-depth look at the movement and how it fits into the larger debate of how we shape where we live. From YIMBY's origins in San Francisco to its current group of activists pushing for new apartment towers in places like Boulder, Austin, and London, Holleran explores how changing the way we look at urban density can make an impact. Once blamed for overpopulated slums, urban density has become a rallying cry for millennial activists locked out of housing markets and simultaneously unable to pay high rents. For many, the YIMBY movement has become a way forward. Yet, with many points of view and powers at play in this fast-changing public debate, there is much tension between activists and proponents of other housing movements. In this installment of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Marcus Harrison Green talks with Holleran about the current state of the housing movement, the history that got us here, and how both might shape the future of where we live. Max Holleran is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Melbourne. His work focuses on urban development in Europe and the United States, particularly how cities manage tourism. He has written about gentrification, architectural aesthetics, post-socialist urban planning, and European Union integration for anthropology, sociology, geography, and history journals. His work on cities and politics has also appeared in Australian Book Review, Boston Review, Contexts, Dissent, Slate, and many other publications. He is currently an Urban Studies Foundation research fellow. He is the author of Tourism, Urbanization, and the Evolving Periphery of the European Union. Marcus Harrison Green is the publisher of the South Seattle Emerald and a columnist with The Seattle Times. Growing up in South Seattle, he experienced first-hand the impact of one-dimensional stories on marginalized communities, which taught him the value of authentic narratives. After an unfulfilling stint in the investment world during his twenties, Marcus returned to his community with a newfound purpose of telling stories with nuance, complexity, and multidimensionality with the hope of advancing social change. This led him to become a writer and found the South Seattle Emerald. He was awarded the Seattle Human Rights Commissions' Individual Human Rights Leader Award for 2020. Buy the Book—Yes to the City: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

    In The Moment Podcast
    141. Max Holleran with Marcus Harrison Green: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing

    In The Moment Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:45


    It's no secret that housing costs are climbing and income is struggling to keep up. It's a complex problem with a lot of loud voices. One of the newest voices, however, is the YIMBY (“Yes In My Backyard”) movement. This growing number of influential activists are calling for more construction and denser cities in order to increase affordability. Max Holleran's book, Yes to the City, offers an in-depth look at the movement and how it fits into the larger debate of how we shape where we live. From YIMBY's origins in San Francisco to its current group of activists pushing for new apartment towers in places like Boulder, Austin, and London, Holleran explores how changing the way we look at urban density can make an impact. Once blamed for overpopulated slums, urban density has become a rallying cry for millennial activists locked out of housing markets and simultaneously unable to pay high rents. For many, the YIMBY movement has become a way forward. Yet, with many points of view and powers at play in this fast-changing public debate, there is much tension between activists and proponents of other housing movements. In this installment of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Marcus Harrison Green talks with Holleran about the current state of the housing movement, the history that got us here, and how both might shape the future of where we live. Max Holleran is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Melbourne. His work focuses on urban development in Europe and the United States, particularly how cities manage tourism. He has written about gentrification, architectural aesthetics, post-socialist urban planning, and European Union integration for anthropology, sociology, geography, and history journals. His work on cities and politics has also appeared in Australian Book Review, Boston Review, Contexts, Dissent, Slate, and many other publications. He is currently an Urban Studies Foundation research fellow. He is the author of Tourism, Urbanization, and the Evolving Periphery of the European Union. Marcus Harrison Green is the publisher of the South Seattle Emerald and a columnist with The Seattle Times. Growing up in South Seattle, he experienced first-hand the impact of one-dimensional stories on marginalized communities, which taught him the value of authentic narratives. After an unfulfilling stint in the investment world during his twenties, Marcus returned to his community with a newfound purpose of telling stories with nuance, complexity, and multidimensionality with the hope of advancing social change. This led him to become a writer and found the South Seattle Emerald. He was awarded the Seattle Human Rights Commissions' Individual Human Rights Leader Award for 2020. Buy the Book—Yes to the City: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

    Sports Gambling Podcast Network
    Colorado Buffaloes College Football Season Preview 2022 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 971)

    Sports Gambling Podcast Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 39:21


    The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Colorado Buffaloes. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down each and every game on the Colorado Buffaloes 2022 schedule and key in on the current Buffaloes roster. Will Karl Dorrell bounce back and have his 2nd winning season in 3 years in Boulder? Did the Colorado Buffaloes get hit by the transfer portal worse than any other team in the nation? What has happened to the Colorado Buffaloes football program? Is wideout R.J. Sneed a player to watch out for? Does Colorado have the toughest schedule in the nation this year? Why did Colorado hire Mike Sanford at offensive coordinator? Will the Buffs be starting J.T. Shrout or Brendon Lewis at quarterback? Can Alex Fontenot pick up for the loss of Jarek Broussard? Could tight end Brady Russell emerge in this offense? Is Chris Wilson perhaps an underrated defensive coordinator? Is West Virginia transfer Josh Chandler a name to watch out for on this Buffaloes defense? Will Terrance Lang and the Buffaloes defensive line be a force in 2022? Will the lone returning starter in the secondary Isaiah Lewis be enough for the Buffaloes in 2022? We talk it all and more on this Colorado Buffaloes edition of The College Football Experience.   Colorado Buffaloes 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 3.5 vs TCU @ Air Force @ Minnesota vs UCLA @ Arizona BYE vs California @ Oregon State vs Arizona State vs Oregon @ USC @ Washington vs Utah Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - AthleticGreens.com/SGP | IPVanish.com/sgp Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    The College Football Experience
    Colorado Buffaloes College Football Season Preview 2022 (Ep. 971)

    The College Football Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 39:21


    The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Colorado Buffaloes. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down each and every game on the Colorado Buffaloes 2022 schedule and key in on the current Buffaloes roster. Will Karl Dorrell bounce back and have his 2nd winning season in 3 years in Boulder? Did the Colorado Buffaloes get hit by the transfer portal worse than any other team in the nation? What has happened to the Colorado Buffaloes football program? Is wideout R.J. Sneed a player to watch out for? Does Colorado have the toughest schedule in the nation this year? Why did Colorado hire Mike Sanford at offensive coordinator? Will the Buffs be starting J.T. Shrout or Brendon Lewis at quarterback? Can Alex Fontenot pick up for the loss of Jarek Broussard? Could tight end Brady Russell emerge in this offense? Is Chris Wilson perhaps an underrated defensive coordinator? Is West Virginia transfer Josh Chandler a name to watch out for on this Buffaloes defense? Will Terrance Lang and the Buffaloes defensive line be a force in 2022? Will the lone returning starter in the secondary Isaiah Lewis be enough for the Buffaloes in 2022? We talk it all and more on this Colorado Buffaloes edition of The College Football Experience.   Colorado Buffaloes 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 3.5 vs TCU @ Air Force @ Minnesota vs UCLA @ Arizona BYE vs California @ Oregon State vs Arizona State vs Oregon @ USC @ Washington vs Utah Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - AthleticGreens.com/SGP | IPVanish.com/sgp Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    BE with Champions
    Matt Hanson - Professional Triathlete and Coach 5x Ironman/5x 70.3 champion Owner of MHRacing

    BE with Champions

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 65:11


    Today I am joined by one of the greatest Ironman athletes in the world. He's currently ranked 8th on the PTO World rankings and has been steadily making his way up this list for many years.   Dr. Matt Hanson is a professional triathlete and coach for triathletes, cyclists and runners. He has an extensive background as an athlete and is highly-educated in all things sports-related.   He's quietly gone about the job of winning major Ironman's, including 4 North American titles. Combine that with his multitude of half-Ironman wins and you start to see the incredible foundation he has built.   As an athlete, Matt comes from a wrestling background, but running has always a been a passion of his. In 2014, his first year as a pro, Matt set 3 run course records and won Ironman Chattanooga. He has since tallied 10 professional wins. He also owns the fastest ever marathon off the bike with a 2:34.   With his background as a Professor of Sports Science, his natural ability to run a fast marathon in an Ironman, and his discipline and determination, I have him on course to become one of the true greats.   Show Sponsor AnyQuestion - anyquestion.com/MattHansonTri   Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26936856 "The Greg Bennett Show"   Find Matt Hanson on social media: Twitter: @MattHanson Facebook: Facebook Instagram: Matt Hanson Tri YouTube: Matt Hanson web: Website Training Peaks: Matthew Hanson Coaching   Timestamps 0.0 - Introduction to show and advertising 5:56 - Altitude v. Humidity when it comes to training and racing. 7:52 - 2022 has been a solid year - Matt talks us through this year after having a quiet year in 2021 where he came 2nd to Bart Aernouts in 70.3 IM Florida and ran out of real estate and 4th at Clash Daytona. 16:04 - Matt explains how after a bought of heat stroke in Kona he now loses over 20lbs during a race. The challenge is to stay hydrated to ensure his sweat rate is maintained. 18:11 - The Champions Mindset of Matt realises that he has to improve to keep up with the math of performance. Greg and Matt discuss where the numbers sit currently, and how they have changed in the past decade. 21:25 - There's no place to be when it comes to giving up time ... the fella's talk how running shoes have played a significant part to performance. 24:58 - Greg and Matt 'rewind the clock' and discuss Matt's early connection and inspiration in sport. How he set 50 goals and developed his passion for triathlon. Surprisingly, owning a monkey came close to triathlon on Matt's set of goals. 31:57 - Matt explains the moment when he decided to go 'all in' on triathlon, effectively giving up his tenure as a Professor. Academic tenure is a system of strong job protection that virtually guarantees a university professor will never be fired. 43:09 - Matt is coached by Julie Dibens and Matt Botchel. He explains the training process and schedule in Boulder. 45:40 - Matt talks through his pre race training schedule, including how he test his nutrition plan going into a race. 47:22 - The hard lessons learned. 54:04 - Who can stop the Norwegians? 58:50 - Rapid fire Q&A;   1. Best and worst subjects at school? 2. What are you currently watching on Netflix? 3. First car you owned. 4. Two most-used apps on your phone? 5. What time of day are you most productive? 6. First job? 7. Summer or winter? 8. Who would you want to play a movie of your life? 9. Which decade of music is the best?   1:03:01 - What is instore for Matt Hanson in 2022 and beyond? 1:04:33 - Interview concludes.

    Adam Carolla Show
    Dicky Barrett, Live from Denver Comedy Works (ACS June 27)

    Adam Carolla Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 118:22


    Adam opens the show chatting about a tornado shelter at the Denver airport. He then recalls a few of the buskers he passed by in Boulder on his way to lunch. Next, his old friend Dicky Barrett of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones joins Adam on stage and the two reminisce about their history together and some of their favorite Bossstones songs, including this show's theme song. The two laugh about an old performance on Conan which leads to Adam recalling some of the big festivals they would play together. Gina and Bryan then join the program for a Denver-themed round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Then Gina reports news stories about passwords and balsamic vinegar Tik Tok challenges. Lastly, Adam performs a round of "Unprepared."

    Star Spangled Gamblers
    Is Colorado in Play or Are Republicans Rolling a Boulder Up Hill?

    Star Spangled Gamblers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 63:24


    Things have gotten so bad for Joe Biden that Republicans now believe they can win in Colorado. Even better, its primary is tomorrow Tuesday, where GOP voters will pick the slate of candidates who will take-on incumbents Jared Polis, Michael Bennet, and more. And according to our special guest, Matt Connelly, betting markets are badly misspriced compared to reality on the ground. SECONDLY, a brief conversation about Roe, abortion, and where things are going on that troubled issue.

    Calvary Bible Church - Boulder
    Naaman – 2 Kings 5:1-19 - Unsung Heroes

    Calvary Bible Church - Boulder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    Through our series, “Unsung Heroes,” we're focusing on lesser known men and women from the Bible. As we open scripture and look at their lives we will see unfamiliar acts of faith we can imitate and character traits of God we can trust. This week at Calvary in Boulder, Pastor Thomas Milburn looks at Naaman in 2 Kings 5:1-19. We'd love to hear from you! Fill out this online Connect Card to get in touch with us. https://calvarybible.com/onlineconnect

    The Traveling Therapist Podcast
    26. Typical Therapist to Traveling Therapist: Ruthie's Journey To Portugal; Tips, Tricks, and Recommendations!

    The Traveling Therapist Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 44:09


    Join us for this episode with Ruthie Kalai. Ruthie recently traveled to Portugal for a month where she continued to see clients and the country as part of a unique digital nomad travel club. In this episode, Ruthie shares her tips, tricks and experience with being A Traveling Therapist.    She has been a therapist for over 20 years but was always stuck working in schools. It wasn't until she started her remote private practice, that she realized she could travel AND work at the same time. The idea came to her after looking for a way to visit her mom every 6 weeks in Florida to help take care of her during her cognitive decline. That's when she was introduced to teletherapy and soon opened my own private teletherapy practice.    Several years later, she is loving being able to combine her love for travel with her love for her career. She typically travel solo but never really alone because she meet so many people along the way. Her favorite solo trip was in 2016 when she flew off to Southeast Asia for a 6-month adventure. She call it her "Eat, Pray, Love" experience because it was truly that. She recently was able to spend a month in Portugal while seeing clients full-time. It was her first experiment to see if she could work and travel simultaneously and she's thrilled to say it was a total success. It's shown her that she can continue to travel and work at the same time. Her only struggle is navigating time zones when scheduling sessions. That and the occasional wonky Wi-Fi. Up next on her travel itinerary is Boulder, Israel, Venice, and Prague. But she is the kind of person who will most likely say yes if someone invites her to join them so this list might expand as the weeks go by.    She's really excited to share her experiences with you and hopefully show you that traveling therapists do exist! Check out her website, www.ruthiekalai.com.   Big News!!  The Expert's Guide To Becoming A Traveling Therapist is available for purchase! This is a comprehensive course of curated experts showing you how to travel the world, fund your traveling obsession, and still see your clients. Learn from therapists that are already making this lifestyle a reality. This course consists of carefully chosen Traveling Therapist Experts in our field. All of the contributors have created amazing training to teach you the ins and outs of being a traveling therapist. https://course.thetravelingtherapist.com/sp   Connect with me: Instagram: TheTravelingTherapist_Kym  Signup to learn more about the life as Traveling Therapist: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/l2v7c3  The Traveling Therapist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onlineandtraveling/  Bill Like A Boss Insurance Billing Community: https://privatepracticeinsurancebilling.com/ Subscribe to the Podcast Apple iTunes | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | Amazon | Castbox

    The Craig Silverman Show
    Episode 102 - Colorado Governor Jared Polis and CU Regent Heidi Ganahl

    The Craig Silverman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 85:11


    Rundown -    CU Regent Heidi Ganahl - 04:29   Colorado Governor Jared Polis - 39:22   Troubadour Dave Gunders - 01:13:12   "Place In The Sun" by Dave Gunders - 01:18:55   Podcast honored by 30-plus minute guest appearances each by Colorado Governor Jared Polis and his leading Republican rival, CU Regent Heidi Ganahl. Listen as Heidi successfully vies for host's Unaffiliated primary vote, as she tries to beat her mega-MAGA opponent Greg Lopez.   Lopez promised a pardon for Tina Peters, and Ganahl rips that decision. So does host. Discussion of Big Lie and its consequences ensues. Host reveals his disdain and desire to distance himself from Big Lie perpetrators. Also discussed are US Supreme Court rulings on guns and abortion.   Heidi Ganahl earns host's GOP primary vote with a pledge to meet Coloradans where they are (pro-choice) on abortion, and her keeping an open mind as the January 6 Select Committee concludes. Heidi Ganahl gets confronted about appearing on Bannon podcast; and responds.   Learn why Heidi Ganahl says she won't yet appear with 9News' Kyle Clark. Find out where Heidi draws the line on right-wing interviewers. Find out why she thinks Colorado's crime and education problems would get better if she's elected Colorado's first female Governor.   Headlining guest, Jared Polis, is Colorado's serving Dem Governor, and may be propelled into a White House groundswell by a big win in November, especially if US has down Dem cycle. Governor Polis queried repeatedly about his presidential ambitions, possible Rockies' ownership, and relative merits of Denver and Boulder.   I-70 killer truck-driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' commutation discussed, along with any Kim Kardashian role. Governor Polis explains the tax rebate ($1500 for joint filing Colorado couples) and how it happened. Find out if TABOR deserves credit. Governor Polis explains why he's not advocated for statewide assault weapon ban.   Governor Polis was a US House member for ten years and expresses his strong reaction to January 6, 2021. Congressional colleagues Liz Cheney and Adam Schiff are two colleagues. Polis knows well. White supremacist Proud Boy aspect of Trump's insurrection discussed. So is hateful bigotry over-present in America and Colorado, including Denver talk radio.   Troubadour Dave Gunders makes perfect contribution with Place in the Sun about societal upheaval back in the turbulent 1960s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFfqiY4bETA. Many of same societal issues still plaguing us now. Time for new better generation of leadership.   Podcast proud to be independent forum for reasonable Republican and Democratic political leaders alike to experience fair and revealing interviews. Polis and Ganahl impress as smart fine people. Let the voters decide on policy. And let Trump's Big Lie and Insurrection be met by truth and justice.

    The Checkpoint
    Ep 38. Abby Hall

    The Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 58:57


    This episode of The Checkpoint is sponsored by adidas TERREX. Abby Hall is a professional trail runner for adidas TERREX. She started running at the age of 12 and has never stopped! She fell in love with running, both the pursuit and the community and – as an adult - continued running when she was living in Chicago and Los Angeles, working as a graphic designer. She started to make trips to the mountains on the weekends and moved to Boulder, Colorado with a view to be part of a community eager to explore the outdoors. In Boulder, Abby signed up for a number of ultras and attended every group trail run she could find, exploring the trails and mountains. She now lives in Flagstaff, Arizona and over the past few years has been racing all over the world. Recently, Abby has finished 1st at the Innsbruck Alpine Trail Festival 65k, 2nd at the 2022 Transgrancanaria Classic (126km), 2nd in the prestigious 2021 UTMB-CCC race and she has also finished Western States 100 amongst the top 30 athletes. Abby is part of the adidas TERREX ‘United by Summits' campaign and we discuss what that message means to her in this conversation. For more information on Abby, follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abby.k.hall/ For more information on United by Summits: https://www.adidas.com/us/blog/858718-united-by-summits

    Generation Carbon
    Is a warming climate bad for birds that migrate? How can we help migratory birds?

    Generation Carbon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 17:48


    Hey Gen C Changemakers. This is Generation Carbon. The podcast where kids like you, help grownups like us, save the planet. We know you have tough questions about climate change, and we believe you deserve the answers! In this episode of Generation Carbon, we are learning about Birds! Does trash in our waterways affect the birds? And what about birds that migrate to cooler temperatures. Are they in trouble if it gets warm? Holly Hummingbird arrives at her summer feeding ground on her yearly migration only to find that the trees that were her shelter last year have been cut down. Learn how you can help! Our Science Sparks come from Alani, Ellie and Leo. Gen C Changemakers from Alexandria Virginia and Luton, Pennsylvania. We hear what's going on firsthand from Edie, Holly Hummingbird & Spencer Sparrow. Learn more from B.J. Glick artist, bird enthusiast & educator and Gen C Super Scientific Story Reporters Emma and Erik, from Stockholm Sweden. Hanna, from Boulder Colorado, shares what she thinks life in 2050 may look like. Gen C Changemakers. We'd love you to get involved. If you'd like to ask a question or submit your super scientific findings in a future episode, we need Gen C science-minded story reporters on the climate case! Have your grownups visit https://my.captivate.fm/thecarbonalmanac.org/kids (thecarbonalmanac.org/kids) to sign up. This podcast is a part of the Carbon Almanac Network of Podcasts. Supervising Producer: Jennifer Myers Chua. Senior Producer: Tonya Downing. Producer: Karin Schildknecht. Expert Outreach Advisor: Tania Marien. Written by: Karin Schildknecht. Hosted By: Jennifer Myers Chua, Edie Chua. Talent: Amanda Hsiung-Blodgett, Olabanji Stephen, Steve Heatherington Editor: Jennifer Myers Chua. Project Co-ordinator: Jen Ankenmann. Shownotes: Amanda Hsiung-Blodgett. Some audio effects were made possible by https://sound-effects.bbcrewind.co.uk/ (BBC Sound Effects).

    For The Long Run
    219. Dylan Bowman: Growing Trail + Ultra Running

    For The Long Run

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 56:50


    Dylan is a professional trail runner who grew up in Boulder, CO, but now lives in Portland, OR. He is at a crossroads in his professional life starting his venture Freetrail.    In this episode we talk about:  -being a lifelong athlete -from college lacrosse to trail and ultra running -becoming obsessed with the Leadville 100 -finding your calling and chasing joy  -achieving lifelong goals of professional athletics -bridging into the sports media landscape -depression and injuries -being more than “just a runner” and impacting others -anxiety behind going all in on doing what you love -the drive to always do more -the ultra runner psyche  -diving into sports media  -starting a podcast, Freetrail and the Trail Society -sharing stories and building community -the future of ultra/ trail running -being a fan and growing the sport -trail race magic  -race commentating and livestreams  -the journey is the destination: winning or losing doesn't matter Follow Dylan on Instagram @dylanbo and Freetrail @runfreetrail and For The Long Run @forthelrpod  Tune in to the Freetrail and Trail Society podcasts today  Check out Freetrail on YouTube and at freetrail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support  Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process.  Going solar isn't as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide.   Tracksmith  Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I'm proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I'm a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home.  Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I've been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn't take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It's a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones.  Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support

    The Behavioral Economics in Marketing's Podcast
    Altruism vs Self-Interest in Marketing and Leadership | Lessons From the Fire | Behavioral Economics in Marketing

    The Behavioral Economics in Marketing's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:41


    Altruism is a form of prosocial behavior. It is the principle and moral practice of concern for others (including human beings and animals). Altruism is generally defined as the belief in or practice of disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others. In this episode, I describe how marketing professionals can avoid conflicting and confusing altruistic vs self-seeking benefits in several facets of their marketing and leadership efforts.   Behavioral Economics in Marketing Podcast | Understanding how we as humans make decisions is an important part of marketing. Behavioral economics is the study of decision-making and can give keen insight into buyer behavior and help to shape your marketing mix. Marketers can tap into Behavioral Economics to create environments that nudge people towards their products and services, to conduct better market research and analyze their marketing mix. Sandra Thomas-Comenole | Host | Marketing professional with over 15 years of experience leading marketing and sales teams and a rigorously quantitative Master's degree in economics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Check out her Linkedin profile here: Sandra Thomas-Comenole, Head of Marketing, Travel & Tourism Lessons From the Fire | Lessons From the Fire, Season 5 of the Behavioral Economics in Marketing podcast will be dedicated to those that along with our family lost everything in the Marshall Fire in Boulder, Colorado, as well as to those that have been affected by natural disasters. My hope is that listening to this season of the Behavioral Economics in Marketing podcast will help others in their healing process. But I also believe that this season will be full of marketing wisdom for marketing professionals and business leaders.

    Ready to Run
    Episode 3: Matt Hensley - Navigating Injury Risk and Training Load as a Coach

    Ready to Run

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 68:29


    Matt Hensley is a former collegiate runner at the University of Florida. He is a marker of consistency with his own running and has a marathon personal best of 2:19:51. He currently lives in Boulder, Colorado where he is the coach of the Boulder Underground team. He also is the Vice President of Business Operations at Roll Recovery. In this episode, we discuss Matt's family tradition of running and how that has influenced his approach to coaching his athletes at Boulder Underground. He will describe his approach to injury management, collaboration with his sports medicine team, balancing training load, and how he keeps his athletes healthy and performing at their best. Lastly, we will discuss his role at Roll Recovery and what he values most and prioritizes in terms of recovery. What we talked about: 4:00- Introduction to Matt 5:45- Starting the Boulder Underground 8:40- Some mistakes that he has made in his own training 14:55- Matt's coaching philosophy 18:00- The physical and mental aspect of injury 24:55- How to navigate athlete injury as a coach 26:15- Load management / balancing training load 29:30- His go-to exercises for injury prevention 31:05- Most important exercises to stay healthy 46:35- Return to run progression (from rehabilitation to coach) 48:40- Creating a team culture 51:50- Perfectionism in running 57:20- Guinness record attempt 1:04:05- Role at Roll Recovery Show notes: Running Rewired Boulder Underground Website Boulder Underground on Instagram Sponsors: Roll Recovery Use code "ROLLready" for 10% off your order

    Colorado Matters
    June 22, 2022: Private investigator lifts the veil; Model with vitiligo has ‘tough skin’

    Colorado Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 47:02


    In "Tell Me Everything," former private investigator Erika Krouse writes about the landmark sexual assault case she was assigned to in Boulder. It expanded the scope of Title IX. We read her book for "Turn The Page with Colorado Matters." Then, why Denver model and activist Jasmine Colgan has developed "Tough Skin" as she gets comfortable in her own.

    Aging Angst and Alleluias
    10. Ashley Bright

    Aging Angst and Alleluias

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 32:16


    Mary Anne's guest is Ashley Bright. She received her Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Aging Services Leadership from Lipscomb University. She went on to use her unique skills as a Medical Social Worker in the fields of Geriatric Medicine and Long Term Care. After several years in Long Term Care, her passion for advocacy for dying people and their families led her to obtain an End of Life Doula Certificate from the Conscious Dying Institute (CDI) out of Boulder, CO. She realized there was a severe lack of education surrounding Death and Dying, and a desire to fill that void led her to accepting a role as faculty at CDI where she trains other End of Life Doulas across the globe.   In addition to her role at CDI, she also is in private practice as owner of Bright Pathway End of Life Doula Services.  She also provides consulting to healthcare workers and companies who desire to become a pioneer in quality, holistic end of life care; and she teaches community seminars for those seeking to live a more purposeful and meaningful life by starting with the end in mind. www.verandaministries.org https://www.brightpathwaydoula.com