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Song of the Day – KUTX
Matt Koziol: “Loving You Loving Me”

Song of the Day – KUTX

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 3:04


When a player becomes a hot commodity within their musical community, there’s an unsaid understanding that they could probably demolish a solo set all on their own. A perfect example is singer-guitarist Matt Koziol, who’s collaborated with country legends like John Paul White, Abby Anderson, and Jimmie Allen and enjoyed a creative partnership with Bre […]

Yep OR Yuck Podcast
Ep. 2: Autumn to the Rescue

Yep OR Yuck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 41:25


We're back and shakin' some ass! Welcome back to The Insecure Experience with Bre, Candice, and Tia! Today we'll be talking episodes 3 and 4 of #PValleyStarz where Autumn brings Uncle Clifford some very interesting news about The Pynk and some mess is afoot between Mercedes and Patrice. Enjoy the show and share your thoughts! Support Purchase some merchandise! Use the hashtags #TheInsecureExperience, #TheInsecureExp, #TISE, on social media when live listening and posting about the show! Share this podcast with a friend, a loved one, a coworker, or even a stranger! Contact Twitter: @TheInsecureExp | @NotSoNewlywedPC | @TeeTheGem | @_ItsMissBre Instagram: @TheInsecureExperience | NotSoNewlywedPC | BreTastical | _TeeTheGem Facebook: The Insecure Experience Email: TheInsecureExperience@gmail.com Website: The Insecure Experience Patreon: Patreon.com/FlawlessNoises The Insecure Experience™️ is a Flawless Noises Media Network presentation. #FNMediaProd

Worth Thee Wait
Is Waiting For Marriage Worth It?!

Worth Thee Wait

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 42:47


Welcome! In this episode, Dre and Bre take their experience of waiting for marriage and give their opinion on if you should or should not do it. They also give practical advice how to make waiting work if you choose to do it!Dre IG: @itsdresmith - https://www.instagram.com/itsdresmith/Bre IG: @breannaaponte - https://www.instagram.com/breannaaponte/Relationship Restored IG: @relationshiprestored - https://www.instagram.com/relationshiprestored/Want To Request A Topic? Visit Relationshiprestored.com and go to the contact us section. Please like, comment, and subscribe to get featured on the next episode! Leave a review to get featured on the next episode!

Ráno Nahlas
Irena Brežná: Putin sa pohybuje v zlodejskom zákone, Rusi majú v kultúre empatiu s páchateľom

Ráno Nahlas

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 33:04


Dostojevskij je presiaknutý ospravedlňovaním páchateľa, pravoslávím a imperializmom a aj ďalší veľkí ruskí autori boli imperialisti, hovorí oceňovaná slovenská spisovateľka Irena Brežná žijúca vo Švajčiarsku. Rusi podľa nej vedú koloniálne vojny a nechápu, že si menšie národy nechcú nechať diktovať. Na rozdiel od Nemcov si nikdy nepripustia chybu. Prezidentka Zuzana Čaputová cez víkend udelila Irene Brežnej štátne vyznamenie. Brežná emigrovala z Československa po sovietskej okupácii v roku 1968 a žije vo Švajčiarsku. Vyštudovala slavistiku,, filozofiu a psychológiu. Bola vo vojnách v Čečensku a publikovala o tom knihu Vlčice zo Sernovodska. V minulosti pracovala pre BBC a Slobodnú Európu, za svoje knihy získala napríklad Cenu Dominika Tatarku. Rusi podľa nej na Ukrajine postupujú podobne ako v Čečensku, snažia sa zdeptať obyvateľstvo. Zmenia niečo v Rusku matky zabitých vojakov? A poučí sa niekedy Rusko? Irena Brežná na Slovensku publikuje najmä vo feministickom vydavateľstve Aspekt. Pýtali sme sa jej, čo znamená feminizmus na Slovensku v porovnaní so Švajčiarskom. „Zlatokopky“ sú podľa nej antifeministický krok naspäť a ide o ženy, ktoré podľahli konzumu. Rozhovor viedol Peter Hanák.

Podcasty Aktuality.sk
Irena Brežná: Putin sa pohybuje v zlodejskom zákone, Rusi majú v kultúre empatiu s páchateľom

Podcasty Aktuality.sk

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 33:04


Dostojevskij je presiaknutý ospravedlňovaním páchateľa, pravoslávím a imperializmom a aj ďalší veľkí ruskí autori boli imperialisti, hovorí oceňovaná slovenská spisovateľka Irena Brežná žijúca vo Švajčiarsku. Rusi podľa nej vedú koloniálne vojny a nechápu, že si menšie národy nechcú nechať diktovať. Na rozdiel od Nemcov si nikdy nepripustia chybu. Prezidentka Zuzana Čaputová cez víkend udelila Irene Brežnej štátne vyznamenie. Brežná emigrovala z Československa po sovietskej okupácii v roku 1968 a žije vo Švajčiarsku. Vyštudovala slavistiku,, filozofiu a psychológiu. Bola vo vojnách v Čečensku a publikovala o tom knihu Vlčice zo Sernovodska. V minulosti pracovala pre BBC a Slobodnú Európu, za svoje knihy získala napríklad Cenu Dominika Tatarku. Rusi podľa nej na Ukrajine postupujú podobne ako v Čečensku, snažia sa zdeptať obyvateľstvo. Zmenia niečo v Rusku matky zabitých vojakov? A poučí sa niekedy Rusko? Irena Brežná na Slovensku publikuje najmä vo feministickom vydavateľstve Aspekt. Pýtali sme sa jej, čo znamená feminizmus na Slovensku v porovnaní so Švajčiarskom. „Zlatokopky“ sú podľa nej antifeministický krok naspäť a ide o ženy, ktoré podľahli konzumu. Rozhovor viedol Peter Hanák.

Worth Thee Wait
Living Together Before Marriage: Should You Do It?!

Worth Thee Wait

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:39


Living Together Before Marriage - Ep.2 - Worth Thee WaitWelcome! In this episode, Dre and Bre take their experience living together and give their opinion on if you should or should not do it. They also give practical advice how to make living together work if you choose to do it. Dre IG: @itsdresmith - https://www.instagram.com/itsdresmith/Bre IG: @breannaaponte - https://www.instagram.com/breannaaponte/Relationship Restored IG: @relationshiprestored - https://www.instagram.com/relationshiprestored/Want To Request A Topic? Visit Relationshiprestored.com and go to the contact us section. Please like, comment, and subscribe to get featured on the next episode! Leave a review to get featured on the next episode!

Yep OR Yuck Podcast
Ep. 1: Welcome to the Pynk

Yep OR Yuck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:07


We're back and shakin' some ass! Welcome back to The Insecure Experience with Bre, Candice, and Tia! The ladies are back and talking episodes 1 and 2 of the premiere season of #PValleyStarz as we gear up for Season 2 coming June 3rd. Enjoy the show and share your thoughts! Support Purchase some merchandise! Use the hashtags #TheInsecureExperience, #TheInsecureExp, #TISE, on social media when live listening and posting about the show! Share this podcast with a friend, a loved one, a coworker, or even a stranger! Contact Twitter: @TheInsecureExp | @NotSoNewlywedPC | @TeeTheGem | @_ItsMissBre Instagram: @TheInsecureExperience | NotSoNewlywedPC | BreTastical | _TeeTheGem Facebook: The Insecure Experience Email: TheInsecureExperience@gmail.com Website: The Insecure Experience Patreon: Patreon.com/FlawlessNoises The Insecure Experience™️ is a Flawless Noises Media Network presentation. #FNMediaProd

Toxic Vibes Podcast
Toxic Vibes Future Is Now

Toxic Vibes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 64:31


Check out our website www.Toxicvibespodcast.com Welcome back to the most poppin' pop culture podcast in the Midwest. This week we are discussing The Future album I Never Liked You, Bre's dad has an honest conversation and so much more. You are tuning into The Toxic Vibes Podcast. Thank you for listening and tell a friend to tell a friend. Latest Youtube Video www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhl9xBFN-dY&t=14s Podcast's Twitter twitter.com/ToxicVibesPod Podcasts IG www.instagram.com/toxicvibespodcast/ Breon's Toxic Twitter twitter.com/BreonDeLaReal Breon's Toxic IG www.instagram.com/thebreon/ Ryan's Vibes Twitter twitter.com/ryanrabadan Ryan's Vibes IG www.instagram.com/sphere94/

Miss Mindset

Procrastination. It's so common! Are you guilty of doing all the things but not THE thing? If you answered yes, this episode is for you.Tune in to hear Bre chat about:

Podcast – Apostolic Childrens Ministry
Podcast | May 4, 2022 | Lots of People Playing Catch-Up!

Podcast – Apostolic Childrens Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022


For now enjoy LOTS of us, Julian, Kim, Bre, Liz and Phillip catching up on the last several weeks with a special emphasis on the recent children’s ministry workshop in Redlands.

Real Talk w/Terry
Episode 28: Real Talk w/Terry: After Hours_E7 Can Men and Women Be Platonic Friends

Real Talk w/Terry

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 27:32


Terry Cato welcomes back Sexpert, Bre. They discuss the sometimes complicated relationship between men and women. Can men and women be BFFs, and can men and women have a truly platonic relationship. 

Straight Talk with Sally
The Power of Being Heard in the Social Space with Bre Donofrio

Straight Talk with Sally

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 63:03


Disclaimer: This was recorded last year For this week, we have Bre Donofrio, Founder and CEO of V.E.E. by Bre, Virtual Event Experiences. She is a renowned event planner who has curated over 1,000 unique events worldwide. Bre Donofrio helps brands (personal and products) lead the way in the audio space.  In this episode we talked about The Power of Being Heard in the Social. Connect with Bre at: Instagram Clubhouse LinkedIn Connect with Sally and the Sparkle Team: Facebook Youtube Instagram

Motherhood Narrated
Homebirth - Wtih Guest Breanna Fowler

Motherhood Narrated

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 78:05


We are thrilled to introduce you to our friend Bre for this topic of homebirth! Breanna has had all 3 of her girls at home and is a Doula now as well.  We've been wanted to tackle this topic for a long time and couldn't think of a better guest to have on. While this is the longest episode so far we still feel like we could have spoken about so much more, so if you get a chance to send in your questions we would love to do another Q&A.Bre can be found on Instagram @ArizonaDoula for her doula services. 

The Cash Shit Podcast
Two Sharmells' (featuring Booker She)

The Cash Shit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 79:13


Reverse Rell, Rob E., & special color commentator, 1/2 of The Tennessee Terrors, Bre aka Booker She, talk the O Face Gawd, Unification Where, Backlash or Backwards, & Cash Shit! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Charity Matters
Episode 40: Girls Leading Girls

Charity Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 44:19


Today's conversation is equally inspiring because that is exactly what our guest, Bre Russell does, coach soccer and SO much more! Join us as Bre shares her inspirational journey from a student-athlete to a nonprofit founder teaching thousands of young women how to lead.

Miss Mindset

Do you need a bit of motivation? Are you looking to put a pep in your step? Well look no further because this week on the podcast, Bre chats to Instagram's # 1 hype girl, Chloe Bromage.Chloe is an online health & fitness coach, Personal Trainer and all round breath of fresh air. Tune in to hear her chat with Bre about:

Nowa Europa Wschodnia
Drogi Polaków i Ukraińców rozeszły się w XX wieku

Nowa Europa Wschodnia

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 10:42


Bartosz Rydliński: O ile powstanie Chmielnickiego, ważne dla historii Ukrainy, historii Polski i historii Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, jest już nam znane, to chciałbym zapytać się ciebie o wydarzenia, które były mniej znane, a szczególnie w Polsce. Gdybyśmy się ciebie zapytali o to, co było najważniejsze od czasu I wojny światowej do uzyskania niepodległości przez Ukrainę, jakie wydarzenia, twoim zdaniem, są kluczowe do zrozumienia współczesnej Ukrainy?Olena Babakowa: Współczesna podstawa programowa o relacjach ukraińsko-polskich pomiędzy Chmielnickim a rokiem 1918 mówi całkiem skąpo. To znaczy oczywiście wiemy, że było powstanie listopadowe, powstanie styczniowe, wiemy, że nawet studenci Uniwersytetu Św. Włodzimierza brali w nim udział, że nawet sporo Polaków tam studiowało, ale poza tym – bardzo mało. Natomiast temat wątków relacji polsko-ukraińskich wraca przy okazji omawiania konsekwencji I wojny światowej – bardzo ważnego okresu dla naszej części Europy, kiedy to Polakom udało się odnowić swoje niepodległe państwo. Polska w 1918 roku odzyskała swoją niepodległość, natomiast Ukraińcom najpierw się udało, a potem się nie udało. Powstała wtedy Ukraińska Republika Ludowa, zresztą Białoruska Republika Ludowa także w tym samym czasie powstawała. Nawet miała ona swoje uniwersale, nawet była próba tworzenia konstytucji, była tam rada centralna, potem hetmani, potem dyrektoriat, i tak dalej, i tak dalej. Mam jednak wrażenie, że miejscem do napiętej dyskusji jest inna formacja, czyli [Zachodnioukraińska] Ukraińska Republika Ludowa. Czyli również państwo ukraińskie ze stolicą we Lwowie, utworzone na terenie ziem Ukrainy Zachodniej, jak by powiedziało wiele osób wtedy, a nawet i dzisiaj, w Polsce – Galicji Wschodniej. Tu właśnie, od tych takich symbolicznych konfliktów – o to, jak interpretować unię lubelską czy jak interpretować płaszczyznę szlachty ukraińskiej i tak dalej, i tak dalej. Już mieliśmy tu konflikt całkiem realny, bo konflikt o ziemię. Bartosz Rydliński: Czyli to, co dzisiaj różni Polskę i Ukrainę, chociażby na Cmentarzu Łuczakowskim, czyli chodzi o podejście do Cmentarza Orląt Lwowskich – chodzi tu o właśnie te wydarzenia?Olena Babakowa: Tak, bo dla Polaków to, że Lwów został częścią Polski, to, że Galicja i Wołyń zostały częścią Polski, to dla wielu był początek pięknej historii Polski międzywojennej. Zbliżony zresztą do ideału od morza do morza, od ziem zachodnioukraińskich aż do Morza Czarnego, tam naprawdę niewiele brakowało. Natomiast dla wielu Ukraińców nie był to bardzo słodki okres historyczny. Ja wiem, że polska historiografia, nie wiem niestety na temat nauczania w szkołach, odchodzi od tego mitu kresowej Arkadii, czyli opowiadania, jak fajnie nam się układało w tych latach 20. i 30., potem wybuchła II wojna światowa i jak to mogło się stać, skoro były rzeki mlekiem i miodem płynące. Natomiast w ukraińskiej szkole sporo się mówi o ruchu narodowym, który szczególnie wtedy w latach 30. unosił głowę na terenie Galicji. Ogólnie [zgodnie] z modą ukraińską powstawały organizacje skrajnie nacjonalistyczne, w tym organizacje, które dziś nazwalibyśmy skrajnie prawicowymi – również organizacje skrajnych, ukraińskich nacjonalistów, którzy za swój cel obierali walkę o niepodległość Ukrainy. Stosowały one w tym celu różne metody – w odróżnieniu od poprzedniego pokolenia ludzi, którzy ogłosili istnienie Ukraińskiej Republiki Ludowej – ci stosowali metody bardziej radykalne, nawet terrorystyczne, ale uważali, że cel uświęca środki. Uważali, że to, co się dzieje, to polska okupacja, że to są ziemie ukraińskie, że nie ma żadnego ale. Więc ukraińska szkoła opowiada z jednej strony o ukraińskich intelektualistach, którzy rozwijali ukraińską kulturę w tym okresie, ale jednocześnie sporo uwagi skupione jest na tym ruchu narodowościowym. Program uniwersytecki już wprowadza do tego obrazu więcej niuansów. Bartosz Rydliński: Czyli tak naprawdę dopiero na uniwersytecie Ukraińcy mogą dowiedzieć się czegoś krytycznego o Ukraińskiej Armii Powstańczej, dla przykładu?Olena Babakowa: Ukraińska Armia Powstańcza to już jest kawał czasu do przodu, już w czasach II wojny światowej. Jak wiele ruchów ultraprawicowych w nieniepodległych państwach przed II wojną światową, [tak] pośród środowiska ukraińskich nacjonalistów, którzy z resztą jeszcze przed wojną rozdzielili się na organizacje melnykowców i banderowców, którzy nie do końca różnie widzieli cel, ale środki, jakie były akceptowalne dla osiągnięcia tego celu. W każdym razie widzieli oni nadzieję związaną z III Rzeszą, że jeśli przyjdzie armia niemiecka, to będzie to mogło poskutkować powstaniem niepodległej Ukrainy. Nadzieje ukraińskich nacjonalistów legły w gruzach już 30 czerwca 1941 roku, kiedy próbowali ogłosić niepodległość Ukrainy, ale zostali aresztowani przez Gestapo. Ten okres 1939–1941 jest bardzo ważny. To jest właśnie niesamowite osiągnięcie ukraińskiej szkoły ostatniej dekady – ukraińska szkoła bardzo mocno szerzy taką myśl, że dla wielu Ukraińców II wojna światowa zaczęła się w różnych dniach. Dla jednych zaczęła się 1 września, dla innych 17 września, a jeszcze dla kogoś 22 czerwca. Dlatego właśnie, że dla wielu Ukraińców to, że dziadek, pradziadek czy ktoś jeszcze bardziej odległy czasowo należał do Ukraińskiej Armii Powstańczej, jest to albo piękna rzecz na kartach historii rodziny, a dla innych udział w Armii Czerwonej, która wyzwoliła Ukrainę. To znaczy wyzwoliła z perspektywy tych żołnierzy, a nie z perspektywy dowódców.Bartosz Rydliński: Warto tutaj zwrócić uwagę, że obecny prezydent Ukrainy Włodymir Zełenski jest dumny z tego, że jego przodkowie walczyli w Armii Czerwonej. Olena Babakowa: Ja uważam, że jest słusznie dumny, ponieważ historia Ukrainy nabiera powoli takich zachodnich metod i ona powoli schodzi z historii państwa na historię społeczeństwa. To znaczy, że podpisanie różnych umów, wybranie jakichś rządów czy jakiś transfer władzy to są rzeczy ważne, aczkolwiek znaczenie ponadprzeciętne ma perspektywa człowieka, który w tych czasach żył, który niekoniecznie był związany z polityką, ale jednak w jakiś sposób to odbierał. To rozwiązanie nie jest jeszcze ukończone, ale jesteśmy do niego bliżej. Współczesna podstawa programowa w ukraińskich szkołach stara się przybliżyć uczniom perspektywy mieszkańców różnych regionów – patrzenie i na okres międzywojenny, i na ten okres II wojny światowej, i szczególnie na okres powojenny, kiedy to cały teren obecnej Ukrainy znalazł się pod jurysdykcją Związku Radzieckiego. W obecnej ukraińskiej szkole linia jest klarowna – uformował się teren Ukrainy, ale cały czas mieliśmy obce rządy. Pytanie jednak brzmi, i jest to również dobre pytanie dla polskiej szkoły: Czy warto ten okres postrzegać wyłącznie jako okres okupacji moskiewskiej? Czy może jednak był to okres naszej państwowości, w której to my o czymś decydowaliśmy? Bartosz Rydliński: Nie da się rozmawiać o międzywojniu w ukraińskiej historii bez wspominania o historii, która w Polsce jest bardzo mało znana, czyli o Wielkim Głodzie na Ukrainie. Na ile Wielki Głód na Ukrainie kształtuje świadomość historyczną współczesnych Ukraińców? Wszystko jedno, czy są to Ukraińcy mieszkający w zachodniej, czy we wschodniej Ukrainie.Olena Babakowa: Mam wrażenie, że coraz większe miejsce to zajmuje zarówno w ogólnej pamięci historycznej, jak i w pamięci poszczególnych rodzin. Wielki Głód jako tragedia dla narodu ukraińskiego, jak to zna [uznał] parlament ukraiński, jak i wiele innych państw, jako ludobójstwo narodu ukraińskiego, to była tragedia, która dotknęła głównie mieszkańców Ukrainy środkowej i częściowo wschodniej, i częściowo południowej. Na Ukrainie zachodniej głodu nie było. Pamięć rodzinna związana z tymi wydarzeniami była zresztą przez lata tłumiona przez władzę radziecką. Teraz na Ukrainie sporo uwagi poświęca się historii rodzin w tym temacie. Tu właśnie wiem, że – [od] wielu nauczycieli wykładających w ukraińskich szkołach – to już jest w okresie liceum, gdzie dzieci są w wieku 15, 16, 17 lat. Tu nauczyciele zachęcają uczniów do takich ćwiczeń antropologicznych, żeby nagrali na dyktafon wywiad ze swoimi krewnymi. Nawet jeżeli nie pamiętaliby oni sami, bo to już jest bardzo daleki okres, to może słyszeli coś od swoich rodziców czy wujka albo cioci. Ma to na celu, żeby historia rodzinna stała się częścią historii ogólnej. W ogóle mam takie wrażenie, że historia Związku [Radzieckiego] na terenie Ukrainy została sprowadzona do dwóch wątków. Są nimi represje stalinowskie i głód, i represje powojenne również, do tego represja czasów Breżniewa, kampanie przeciw decydentom. Oraz wątek drugi, czyli gospodarka – kolektywizacja, realizacja, jak wyglądała odbudowa gospodarki po wojnie. Pozostała polityka, pozostała gospodarka, ale jeżeliby popatrzeć na całość okresu, to wątek percepcji indywidualnej, on został – on został trochę jednak zaniechany. Pytanie teraz, jak ta władza tak długo wytrwała, skoro wszyscy byli przeciwko niej, to pytanie pozostaje bez odpowiedzi. Podcasty w cyklu "Ukraińskie ABC" zostały opracowane przez Związek Nauczycielstwa Polskiego ze wsparciem Fundacji Friedricha Eberta.

GANZ NETT HIER
Fondue im Knast

GANZ NETT HIER

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 68:15


Mal wieder eine Identitätskrise im Hause Julius: Der württembergische Wirtschaftskriminelle hat online Bekanntschaft mit seinem Ebenbild gemacht. Handelt es sich hierbei um seinen lange verloren geglaubten Bre? Tim startet derweil auf TikTok richtig durch. Mit einem noch die dagewesene Konzept kocht er sich in die Herzen der Nation. Paul Bocuse meint: „Stabil, was der Bruder auf'n Tisch zaubert.“

Worth Thee Wait
Finding Your Life Partner: How We Meet

Worth Thee Wait

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 76:24


Welcome! In this episode, Dre and Bre take their "How We Met" story and break it down into practical advice on finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. In this episode, they discuss their opposite upbringing, past relationships, and the signs they received that confirmed they were the one for each other. Dre IG: @itsdresmith - https://www.instagram.com/itsdresmith/Bre IG: @breannaaponte - https://www.instagram.com/breannaaponte/Relationship Restored IG: @relationshiprestored - https://www.instagram.com/relationshiprestored/Want To Request A Topic? Visit Relationshiprestored.com and go to the contact us section. Please leave a review to get featured on the next episode!

Miss Mindset

This week on the podcast Bre is going to give you a masterclass on why gratitude is KEY in forming the foundations of a happy and fulfilled life.Tune in to hear Bre chat about:

Waves of Change
Interview with Bre Russell from Girls Leading Girls

Waves of Change

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 38:13


In this episode, Lizzie interviews Bre Russell from Girls Leading Girls. Bre took her love of soccer and turned it into an organization that is teaching hundreds of girls to be leaders through soccer. Girls Leading Girls makes it a priority to have all women coaches and trains their girls how to be future coaches as well. Their curriculum is girl centered to keep girls in the game. You can find out more about Bre and Girls Leading Girls at: www.girlsleadinggirls.org or on Instagram at @girlsleadinggirls

Miss Mindset

Do you catch yourself comparing yourself to others online? Or even in real life? Beating yourself up for not having what someone else has? The perfect biz, the perfect family, the perfect life?! Then this episode is for you.Tune in to hear Bre chat about;

#PodCast GC - A Melhor forma de manter-se atualizado no mundo dos negócios
#PodCastGC 091 - Venda sem emissão de nota fiscal: Problema!

#PodCast GC - A Melhor forma de manter-se atualizado no mundo dos negócios

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 33:18


Esperteza? Sonegação? Único meio de sua empresa prosperar? Planejamento tributário criativo? Nada disso, vender produtos ou prestar serviços sem emissão de nota fiscal é crime, que pode levar a empresa e o empresário a falência. Ninguém vai descobrir? Não tem como? Você é mais esperto? Acho que você precisa saber alguns detalhes envolvidos no processo de emissão de nota fiscal. Aproveita que gravamos esse conteúdo e se informa melhor, depois tenha uma boa conversa com seu contador para não cair nesta armadilha. Confira aí! Aperte o play! Não deixe de conferir essa e muitas outras informações que estão disponíveis em nosso Blog, pelo link: https://gestaocontabilonline.com.br/?p=10860 Não esqueça, este e vários outros conteúdos também estão disponíveis no formato PodCasts, que podem ser cortados pelo Spotify através do link: https://spoti.fi/2R08Rn6 Estamos também na plataforma Google PodCasts: https://bit.ly/2L88ruA Todos os episódios também estão em nosso Site / Blog: https://gestaocontabilonline.com.br/?page_id=8 O conteúdo PodCast também pode ser visto em nosso Canal GC do YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxHmviWIdHaJovbMi5ntKFQ Você que é empresário e empreendedor não pode deixar de fazer o nosso curso: CONTABILIDADE PARA NÃO CONTADORES, que está disponível na plataforma SYMPLA, pelo link: https://www.sympla.com.br/contabilidade-para-nao-contadores__1061562?lang=PT Aproveite e participe de nosso Grupo de Tira Dúvidas do Telegram: https://t.me/gestaocontabil Maiores dúvidas e informações, entre em contato: WhatsApp & Telegram: 85988910976 Site: www.gestaocontabilonline.com.brE-mail: contato@gestaocontabilonline.com.br Nossos canais de contato: https://linktr.ee/gestaocontabil --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gestaocontabil/message

She's a Rec'
Food, Joy and Self Love With Writers Bre Graham and Tahmina Begum

She's a Rec'

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 85:01


Double bill guests join Lauren this episode! Best friends and writers Bre and Tahmina delve into the world of food, self love and what it takes to live a fulfilled life not just a busy one. Their rec's will bring you 90's and naughties nostalgia and all the joy, class, and taste that comes with it. An episode to really nourish the soul.  To advertise on this podcast email shesarecstudios@gmail.com or visit Advertisecast. 

Wanna Be On Top? with Shea Couleé
Cycle 7: Runway Lesson (w/ Priyanka)

Wanna Be On Top? with Shea Couleé

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 81:58


Queen of the North, Priyanka, joins the Wanna Be On Top? Crew to chat about these models' Cycle 7 runway lesson from Ms. J Alexnader and Bre. First, things get musical as Shea and Priyanka get nostalgic about the early 2000s. Then, Pri tells us how she would handle the drama in the top model house. After, Shea confesses she HATES this Top Model photoshoot. And Priyanka tells us all about manifesting greatness. CALL ME NOW! Leave your voicemail messages here: (661) 977 - 6855 Listen to Famous This Week Ad-Free on MOM Plus FOLLOW PRIYANKA FOLLOW MOM PODCASTS FAMOUS THIS WEEK IS A FOREVER DOG AND MOGULS OF MEDIA (M.O.M.) PODCAST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Miss Mindset

This week on the podcast Bre is fired up about 6 things we learn in school that ultimately hold us back. Listen in to hear Bre chat about:

We Own This Town: Music
299: Ampersand Avalanche

We Own This Town: Music

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 64:31


Rickey Calloway & The Tennessee Band, Amber Woodhouse & Wilderwater, DeRobert & The Half-Truths, Snooper, 95COROLLA, Trash Man, Torsion, K.O.N & Jus7in, Virghost, 2'live Bre, Passion Fruit Boys, Dolour, Safari Room, Westwood Avenue, Eve Maret & David Onri Anderson, karson

Fraser's Ridge
Give Me Liberty

Fraser's Ridge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 94:09


Fraser's Ridge: An Outlander Podcast “Give Me Liberty” - Outlander Season 6 Episode 5 Recap: Join us as we discuss all the happenings in the most recent episode of Outlander, Give me Liberty. We get to see a whole new side of Malva this week, some next level Bre engineering, and a few surprises that left us gushing! Resources: Intro & Outro Music: Achaidh Cheide by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3338-achaidh-cheide/ License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Stay In Touch: We want to hear from you! Email us - frasersridgepod@gmail.com Follow-us on twitter @frasersridgepod and instagram at frasers_ridge

Miss Mindset
☀️ Morning routines & daily mindset practices to set you up for success

Miss Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 24:44


This week on the podcast Bre talks about the importance of her morning routine and how allowing it to change over time, depending on where she is in life and biz, has been super beneficial.Tune in to hear Bre talk about:

Přepište dějiny
Lenin, Stalin, Putin?

Přepište dějiny

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 24:30


Srovnávání dnešního vládce Kremlu s jeho předchůdci běží na plné obrátky. Chce být Putin jako Stalin nebo jako Brežněv a dopadne jako Chruščov? A má s nimi vůbec něco společného? Jak jsme vnímali prvního muže SSSR a Ruska v minulosti? Bonusovou část s otázkami a odpověďmi najdete na portálu Gazetisto a také v Deníku N pokračuje seriál Přepište dějiny.

Miss Mindset

This week on the podcast, Bre gets into the nitty gritty of over riding our fear response by choosing faith in times of uncertainty.This episode is for you if you need a (coffee fuelled) reminder from your surrogate bestie that although fear is your brains' way of protecting you, you can safely tell it to "sit this one out" when it comes to making those big, change filled life decisions.Tune in to hear:⭐️ How to counteract fear based thoughts⭐️ Learn how to tune into your fear and override it⭐️ How to recognise and acknowledge your ego brain without letting it 'win'⭐️ What happens when our cortisol levels spikeThe passion is real in this episode so grab a cuppa and your notebook and get ready to take some serious notes!If you'd like to learn more about Bre's Hacking the Universal Laws course, you can do that HEREFollow Bre on Instagram HEREVisit Bre's website HEREAlso, a big congratulations to Megan @colourpop.studio_ who has won a 1:1 coaching call with Breanna after leaving a (beautiful) review of the podcast! We will be in touch to book your session, Megan. Thank you again!

Our Take: With Breanna and Mark
Our Take: Daredevil

Our Take: With Breanna and Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 47:38


In this episode, Bre watches episodes 1 and 2 of Daredevil. We talk about Bre's guesses for the rest of the series and our hopes to see these characters return in the near future. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Microshare: Unleash the Data
Manifest Density - Episode 58 - Andy Dengel - The science of indoor air quality

Microshare: Unleash the Data

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 34:11


The science of indoor air quality UK air quality expert Dr. Andy Dengel on an invisible threat Andy is currently Director of Environment in the Building Technology Group at BRE. He gained a PhD and postdoctoral research experience in chemistry at Imperial College London, publishing extensively on the structures, properties and catalytic oxidising abilities of transition metal complexes. Andy then spent the next 16 years of his career working in and managing contract analytical laboratories. Starting with drinking water analysis, this took in food and consumer product analysis at a Public Analyst laboratory and latterly the operational/site management of a growing suite of contaminated land/water laboratories for ALcontrol. Since joining BRE in 2006 Andy has led the IAQ and Chemical Assessment teams, and in 2008 also assumed overall responsibility for the other BRE environmental engineering and consultancy teams (HVAC, Air Pollution, Lighting and Environmental Noise) and in 2013 he became Deputy to the Director of BRE's 70-strong Building Technology Group. This bio work constitutes a fair-use of any copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright law. View original source here: Andy Dengel   Episode transcript: The transcription of this episode is auto generated by a third-party source. While Microshare takes every precaution to insure that the content is accurate, errors can occur. Microshare, Inc.  is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. Michael Moran [00:00:11] This is manifest density. Hello, everyone, and welcome to this edition of Manifest Entity, your host Michael Moran here, and we are here to explore the intersection of COVID 19 global business and society. And unfortunately, war, which has now entered the picture in Ukraine. Manifest density is brought to you by the global smart building in ESG data company Microshare. Unleash the data and today I speak with. I'm pleased to have with me, Dr. Andy Dingell, who is the director of the environment team at Barry, which is the kind of leading building research establishment in in the UK and has global reach and influence. Andy, welcome to the podcast.   Andy Dengel [00:01:13] Hello, Mike.   Michael Moran [00:01:17]  So, Andy, tell us a little about yourself and your work on indoor environments at spirit.   Andy Dengel [00:01:29] Yeah, sure. So I started off as a chemist, so my doctorate was in chemistry and then I went on to do a lot of analytical chemistry. In the last 15 years, I've been at body building research establishment and I've headed up what we loosely call prairie environment, but really, really concerns the indoor environments that we find ourselves living and working in learning in. So it's everything from indoor air quality through to ventilation and H-back and also lighting noise and other other parameters that can affect us when we're in the buildings. And in that we we do various types of work. We do a lot of research, both collaborative research but also commercial research. And there's R&D for people with products in this area. And we also do advisory work and sometimes to street testing of other products or materials to do the indoor air quality.   Michael Moran [00:02:25] So we were talking before the podcast began about the, you know, really new impetus that air quality has gained throughout the pandemic. Obviously, a virus travels through an airborne virus. It's going to be something that alarms you a bit about. The space you're in makes you wonder about what you might have considered a fairly neutral space. But air quality goes back well before the pandemic. Air quality as a as a capability, as a concern in indoor spaces. Can you give us a little background on where the science has come from?   Andy Dengel [00:03:06] Yes, absolutely. I mean, we've been involved here before and before I joined even the last twenty five years when he was some of the the IQ issues that come about and of course, traditionally equality came to the consciousness in terms of external air quality, air pollution and those sort of things. But then gradually over the last maybe 10, 15 years, people start to think, Well, we actually spend more time indoors. Some people spend all of their time indoors. And often they are. The indoor air quality indoors has a great, great potential to affect the health and well-being. So I say the last 15, 20 years, we've seen a gradual increase in awareness, I'd say, of indoor air quality. And of course, the internet and social media really take that to another level in a lot of people start to know, you know, listen to podcasts like they say they they can read things, they can access things and it's getting more on the agenda. And I think before the COVID pandemic, we were starting to see a lot of organizations, whether it be schools, medical corporate offices, whatever. So into place a bit more emphasis on the health and well-being of occupants. Because after all, if your employee isn't happy in their indoor environment, they won't perform as well. They may become ill and they may become absent. So we were starting to see that before the for the pandemic, but I think the pandemic has really thrust it even more into the spotlight.   Michael Moran [00:04:36] I want to look state state pre-pandemic for just a moment and talk about some of the research and some of the case studies that were were floating around before anybody really had it focused on COVID 19. I mean, a lot of these things had to do with preventing absenteeism, preventing the the ill effects of CO2 buildup, which which make people drowsy and toward the end of the day, for instance, could really hit productivity in a workforce. And then there was, you know, the pure health care or the health issues which which had to do with things like the humidity and temperature mix, which can affect the spread of disease. What are some of the factors that go into the pure? Air quality concerns that predated the pandemic.   Andy Dengel [00:05:31] Yeah, so I think a lot of what we used to do used to be reactive in a way which is a pity where people would contact us when they were experiencing problems enough in an office or a school or hospital. And normally that would be one or two or more people experiencing irritation or discomfort or ill health. Then, of course, you have this sort of psychosomatic factors in the so-called sick building syndrome where, you know, open plan always if three or four people become uncomfortable and attribute that to the indoor environment that can start to to spread. So we were starting to do that sort of work and we were developing protocols ready to go in and assess indoor air quality in indoor environments. And we often call it Iizuka, you know, taking everything into account. But there weren't many standards or guidelines for people to hang their hats on as such. There were a lot of schemes, so voluntary schemes such as Brianna, where you can raise a building for a whole load of factors, one of which is air quality ventilation, but very little proactive stuff. But we had, you know, started to look at ways of, yeah, for a reasonable amount of money to be able to go in and assess what's important. And that, first and foremost, would be things, as you said, the CO2 levels, the level of ventilation and also the effects that can come from, you know, too much ventilation or too little things like dampness or on the other hand, dryness of air is too dry and then particular sources of indoor pollutants bosses, for instance, which can make those effects, you know, two out of nine out of 10 people, but one person could be sensitive and have problems. So we were starting to look at that, but really don't know. So it was one to one basis, but I think we had the advent of more technology is going to thrust us all towards a point where there's more measurement going on.   Michael Moran [00:07:30] And you hold that thought we're going to take a break to hear from our sponsor. There will be a little dead air here, and I'll come back. OK, I'm back with Dr. Andy DeAngelo of the British I'm sorry, the building research establishment in the UK. Doctor, is there a. Kind of secret weapon for indoor air quality. We've now seen, as you were mentioning before, we took the break. Technology has really evolved. We've had a pandemic which certainly raised the awareness of the concerns that might be extended in indoor air. But I know iOttie, of course, allows for a certain amount of collection of data. But what's it seems like? There's a real challenge in connecting all the various elements that can affect indoor air quality into a responsive single unit. Is that about is that right?   Andy Dengel [00:08:33] Yes, because it can be quite complex, you know, on the level of CO2, that's reasonably straightforward. I mean, but even then, you know, there can be other factors. But you know, there are so many factors. So it really all comes down to something it a balance between. Energy efficiency, I'd say, in ventilation, because more and more we're seeing very airtight buildings relying on mechanical ventilation. And if that doesn't work properly or isn't designed properly, you can have problems. Of course, some places don't have that luxury and they'll still be problems because there's not the opportunity for the cross ventilation, etc. So to the whole thing really makes it quite difficult to know which premises you should look at. And there are certainly some important markers, but I think where is the the iottie and the ability to share data and collate data and do things with data is really going forward. The technology to have really robust and reliable sensors to do continuous monitoring is a little bit behind when it comes to economies, you know, in terms of financial economy, because really the more you spend, obviously the better you you'll be. But you know, some of the sensors do have limitations, and I think those limitations need to be at least understood before data is collected.   Michael Moran [00:09:59] You know, we had we've had several experiences at Microshare where clients have gone ahead and deployed air quality monitors, IoT monitors. And discovered the air was less than ideal, and their decision, rather than to take remedial steps, was to remove the air quality monitors and pretend like they'd never found this out. It's not a very progressive way to approach it, obviously. But is that a common problem? Is there is the is the reaction so complex that you find some people would just rather not know?   Andy Dengel [00:10:42] Yes, I think I think it's all about, first of all, deciding, you know, what you're trying to do and who you're going to share the data with and how much data because and then more importantly than anything, are you prepared to act on it? I think you just touched on the worst case scenario there they're acting on. It is removing the measurement. But it is important. And I think, you know, all sorts of organizations at the moment, I think, are wrestling with this problem in that, you know, if they're going to do this and they do, and if you do either well or you don't do so well anyway, there'll be lots of data. And if you're if you're sharing that with a with a lot of people, there's a lot of different little subjectivity. People will look at different things and you've got a problem. If, for instance, a red light starts flashing when there's, for instance, voices are deemed to be high and so on. So we're thinking, well, wait a minute, the air quality is not good. What's my employee or my landlord going to do about it when in fact, it could have been a false positive? Because, you know, for the sort of sensors we're talking about, they're not always as selected as he might wish. And things can actually trigger trigger responses. So I think there's a bigger piece here in terms of, you know, really thinking. Do I want to do this? How are we going to do it and how are we going to share data are all prepared to go the whole way and then work with the the people who have effectively been being monitored to try to show that you want to do something about it?   Michael Moran [00:12:17] You know, there was a pretty well-traveled story a few months back in the New York Times, where parents of children in the New York City Public Schools were sneaking air quality monitors into their lunchboxes and backpacks and then showing up at the Parent Teacher Association meetings and raising hell about the air quality in the schools. Is that is that indicative of what you think the COVID pandemic has done to people's realization about all this?   Andy Dengel [00:12:52] I think so. I think it is a real possibility and I say these things are quite affordable. You know, you can buy some some of some of these things, single parameter things for maybe under $500, I don't know. But even but in our in our experience, even ones that cost multiple hundreds of dollars or pounds, we'll still have limitations in and a lot of cases simply because the parameters that they are trying to measure are very complex in themselves. I think CO2, the sensors there, they're much more mature and at the end of the day, you're looking for one one, one compound or molecule. But if you're looking for bio seeds and you have a sense of the claims, look at total doses or tbose. That's pretty much impossible for that sort of sensor because there are so many different viruses that will give different responses. So it's a very complex parameter and similar.   Michael Moran [00:13:45] Can you define viruses? I don't think most of the audience will understand what that   Andy Dengel [00:13:48] yes, VOCs, volatile organic compounds. So it's a whole whole range of different chemicals that have to volatile always will be big vapor at room temperature. And they include anything from something like petrol. So if you think of petrol, that's a good example. You can smell the volatile organics and petrol go right through to lots of things we use in in our in our homes and in our offices, the cleaning products. And through to the furnishings of paints and varnishes. Air fresheners, you know, people may have may use plug in air fresheners. They emit VOCs, so there's a whole whole range of seasons. Some are potentially hazardous. Some are potentially irritable. Some won't be. But the point is in anyone's face, there may be dozens of different voices and so sensitive to look at so-called tbo AOC is really oversimplifying.   Michael Moran [00:14:50] Does there in any way virus come into this, I mean, things that travel through the air as well, which may not have a particular. Telltale odor sensors, are there sensors that can actually find these kind of things in the air?   Andy Dengel [00:15:11] Yeah, we don't know. I don't think at the very top level as we speak, people probably working on ways to, for instance, you know, to to detect COVID 19 in the air, for instance. I think there's been work done on surfaces, but the problem is you're really dealing with surrogates in a way it's a part of the particles. Viruses are particles in very small particle size range, which we call ultra fine particles. So if you can have a sense of it looks for ultra fine particles, that's particles under one micron. So. You know, there's an indication that if you can remove if, for instance, an air purifier or a piece of ventilation reduces the amount of ultrafine particles, then it's a pretty it's a pretty good assumption that you will be doing something to either remove or reduce the amount of virus particles in the air. But as we stand at the moment, there's nothing that I know certainly to be able to do in reducing buildings to actually sense virus particles. So you're really into the realms of, you know, looking at the closest surrogate, which in this case would be small particles.   Michael Moran [00:16:22] And there's, you know, one of the things I wanted to talk to you about is the reaction to an indication that air is substandard. So the Environmental Protection Agency in the U.S. has a as a kind of basic best practices guide on its website. And they they run through things like the obvious, which are, you know, open a window, you know, down to, you know, essentially having that tough conversation with your HVAC company to see whether there's something they can do with it. The one thing that stood out for me was they have a very they're they're not saying that air purifiers, even those with HEPA filters are particularly effective and they're not, you know, they're not saying they're useless, but it's not part of their recommended reaction to poor air quality. Why is that?   Andy Dengel [00:17:24] I think you know that on top of those, of course, with the things that you probably thought about before resource control, you know, there are things you could do in terms of hopefully reducing sources of air pollution, but coming onto the things like filters and other air purifiers. I think it's because they're all good in principle, but they all have to be used properly and sited properly and maintained properly. And I think that that's the thing where we're lagging behind. So, for instance, the HEPA filters need changing every so often. If you're going to sell air purifiers that are actually using Nuvei or Ozone or combinations of those things to change the chemistry of the air, then you've always you've got problems that you might produce, byproducts you don't want. And certainly in the UK, the Sage Group, which advise the government on COVID and other issues, are saying be very careful before you tax things simply because. There's a chance that you may you may cause other problems. We'd like to see more standards for these sort of things, both filter systems and they have HEROFi assembly so that people can have some confidence but know that their only one. I think only one part of the armament or the armory, if you like to combat bad air quality, I think it's the combination has to be. Things like opening windows, if you can, but then being careful, you don't do so if there's pollution outside. There's a lot of occupant behavior and the way people use buildings. There's a bit about source control. I think if all those fail, then of course you do need to start. First of all, monitoring to some extent and then using some sort of, you know, ventilation or air purification technology on top of what's already there. But I think it's I'm not saying it's the last resort. But I think there's a there's a sort of a hierarchy of things you might want to try and do before you got to that to that extent, because it can be hard to do it in large buildings and complex buildings.   Michael Moran [00:19:26] And you mentioned something interesting the the open the window thing. You know, obviously you've got to be selective. If you're in Beijing, you don't open the window. There is, I mean, early in my career, I would say an Associated Press reporter in a city in the U.S., Newark, New Jersey, not notable for its clear air. And in fact, the State Department of Environmental Protection noted that the place where the Associated Press put the bureau, which was at the confluence of some rail yards, the runways at Newark airport and three interstate highways was measured as the worst air in the state. Luckily, because of the Associated Press penchant for trying to save money, we used to say You can't spell cheap without AP. We had no windows anyway, so we couldn't open the windows. But no, but I can totally relate to that because you would walk outside the door and realize that you were surrounded by particulate matter. You know, that brings up an interesting question what is someone to do in an environment which exist all over the world? Places like Mumbai and Beijing and many industrial cities where the air quality outside is is almost certainly worse than whatever you're experiencing inside is. How do you unravel those kind of conundrums?   Andy Dengel [00:20:55] And I think that is the big problem when it comes to, you know, just having to shut the windows and knowing when you can open the windows. In other words, almost monitoring or, you know, when there's a time when there's no air pollution outside, so you get some ventilation. But then the rest of the time just keeping it out. I think that that's the big problem here. It was different. All buildings are different. All localities are different. And then, you know, we have the other problem where people are encouraged to open windows, but because they're in high storey buildings, the health and safety regulations say you can only open the windows 10 centimeters. So the opportunity for sort of cross ventilation and proper ventilation is very small because it is only a very small OpenTable amount of windows, so it really is, you know, it can be a varied problem, depending where you are. But it definitely comes down to, I think, more public awareness. And some of that is out there on the internet. But I just we we we feel it needs to be more targeted and almost brought into school curricula because it's such an important thing. You know, bad air quality, as we know, can have the potential to cause health effects, and some of the worst damage can be done to respiratory systems, you know, when people are young. And some of that, some of those things that they may experience due to bad air quality and then, you know, go and live with them for the rest of their lives. So there's some very good work done in this country in the UK by the Royal College of Physicians and also the Royal College of Pediatricians and Child and Child Health. Big studies looking at, you know, scientific indoor air quality and air quality and its effects on people throughout their lives and starting to look at how we can educate people to do the best they can to to limit their exposure.   Michael Moran [00:22:52] Andy, hold on right there, we're going to take one more break. OK, we're back with Dr. Randy DeAngelo of the building research establishment in the UK. Any right before the break, we were talking about the studies that were now being mounted to look at the real long term health effects of poor air quality, of course, in my youth. I remember very well in the U.S. it was those kind of studies of outdoor air pollution that led to things like the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act as a twin and really kind of in the start of the environmental movement back in the 70s and 80s. Are we now seeing a regulation that's inevitable? I know there is some in the U.K., there's some in in specific jurisdictions in the United States like New York City and some of the more progressive cities around the country. But are we likely now to see much more focus from regulators on indoor air quality?   Andy Dengel [00:23:59] I think we're getting towards that. But I say it's always it's always difficult because if you going to do that, you then you need to be able to incentivize house builders and other developers to think more about it. But I think we're starting to see the need to look more indoor outdoor air because as you said, we've known about it a long time and there is a monitoring zone in the UK now, and I'm sure that's the case in the US and other places. Lots of monitoring of outdoor air to the point where you can go on to government website in the UK and find out, you know, the particle level will be an O2 level at any one time near to where you live. But there just isn't the data indoors, and I think this is being recognized by certainly the government departments I talked to. You know, where's the large study that starts to really look at indoor air quality and measuring? The last one that I know of was done by the Bay Area cells 20 25 years ago when we monitored 900 houses for a whole range of parameters that gave some good indications of the salt levels you can get in houses. But of course, twenty five years has seen a whole new way of building more modern methods of construction, the air efficient natural indoor energy efficiency agenda. So things have changed and there are studies out there, but they tend to become just very small samples of houses or or one development. So I think there's very much a call for bigger studies and then link that to the to the effects on health and well-being more. And I think we need quick studies that happened immediately rather than three to four year collaborative research. It's brilliant. But you can often take two years to conceive it and then four years to do the research and another year to disseminate. I don't think we necessarily want to take that long. I think some stuff needs to be done now. To look at the real situation and what what government can then do and use its regulation and use its incentivization to promote change.   Michael Moran [00:26:08] And I want to ask a question, it's not about air quality, I know your your title is about the IS reference. Sorry, your title references indoor environments generally, and there's a lot more to indoor environments than air. One of the things that also has been subject to study over the years is the extent to which high decibels or the wrong lumens brightness. You know, getting that kind of a mix wrong can be very damaging to people as well. Could you talk about that for a second?   Andy Dengel [00:26:45] You are very important, so a lot like, for instance, is very important for many reasons, not only in having the right amount of light and the right spectrum of light. If you like to do the tasks which you need to do, whether that be reading or some other wherever Typekit might be. And also, there are some big influences on the amount of sunlight the daylight people get. Effects on circadian rhythms. And also, of course, the thing people forget is, you know, too much sunlight into a building then causes heating and thermal discomfort. Settings and lighting is very, very important. And also. A sound and a noise, and there are two two main things here, there's there's plenty about what we call background noise or environmental noise, and then there's. Acute noise due to certain processes, and I think often the more important one is because you can often do something if you know there's going to be some particular noise in there, loud people can take some action. But it's really the background level of background noise and the the frequencies involved that can can cause problems in in workplaces and homes. So very important to take those into consideration, as well as things like ventilation and equality in a holistic. Assessment, and I know that in the UK, there are some moves towards having some some standards which really take in all of these parameters in an overall assessment of an indoor space so that, you know, so that nothing gets left out. Because if you treat one and leave the other three, you can have problems.   Michael Moran [00:28:27] I think just as with the pandemic, air quality has become something that people pay attention to tinnitus and issues of hearing loss have have become more focused upon in recent years. I suffer from it myself, I should say, which is not surprising. I spent years in very loud cities and played rock and roll in a band. I ride motorcycles. I covered wars when I was a journalist. I mean, I've been in some pretty loud environments and you know, there's a persistent ring. And I think there's a lot of people now that have this issue and it's become a much more front and center issue. Is that something that you're seeing employers be concerned about because there's not tonight specifically, but just let decibel levels background noise? Is there a demand in the market? I guess is the way I should ask it for it, for the kind of measurements that would help people prevent these problems.   Andy Dengel [00:29:34] Overall, not suffice to say, it's another thing that comes into the good. These things are measured for if people want credit for an environmental assessment scheme and they sometimes measure when people have already come forward with problems. Unfortunately, the sort of proactive measurement is quite rare in my experience. And so it's not my particular specialty acoustics, but certainly a lot of what goes in the design stage and stuff like that. And as I said, to get credits for four environmental schemes in terms of actually in occupation measurement. Certainly, I would. I'd say not enough is done. Some some projects have employees will do this, but often in my experience, it's people who are exposed to very loud sounds, for instance, you know, in a workshop or a lab or a factory. They will then have hearing tests as part of their occupational health. But I think we're missing a lot of other people who are exposed, not through, not through the incident to their occupation exposure at work, if you like. So I guess my answer is we probably need to do more and a much more proactive basis.   Michael Moran [00:30:48] Any of this has been tremendously fascinating, I could continue forever. And thinking about all the train stations and fire stations I've lived next to in London and New York and other cities in the course of my life and damage that probably did. But in any case, would you give the audience a sense of how they could learn more about these issues and follow your work at? Very.   Andy Dengel [00:31:18] Yes, certainly, I mean, the first of will very quickly say is that we some of we see some of the worst cases. So if I've painted a bad picture, you know, always that concern is something to think about. And if you need more information, please go to our website, which is W WW dot Beharie Group dot com. And under testing, you'll see a section on indoor environments that will give you some information and also some some publications that we've done on things like ensuring good air quality and good lighting for for health and well-being. And there's a lot more on on the website connecting that with our aspects of the built environment.   Michael Moran [00:32:03] Thank you, Doctor. I'll ask one more question if you were going to read one study on the importance of air quality. What would it be in your recommendation?   Andy Dengel [00:32:16] And there's there's a report called Every Breath We Take is the RCP, so if you if you put in Royal College of Physicians, Physicians, RCP, I'm sure it's called every, every breath we take. That's a sort of it was about 2016, but it really sets the scene about air quotes. And although most of it's not outdoor air quality, it references the importance of indoor air quality. And in fact, it's led to another report since when I say every breath we take by the RCP. We'll give you a very good understanding of both air quality and its potential effects on people's physical and mental health.   Michael Moran [00:32:58] Well, thank you so much, Dr. Andy Tangle theory, of course, you can learn more about microshare and how we're helping get the world safely back to work with our every smart suite of products, including every smart air, which is directly related to this conversation, every smart, clean, smart space. You can also subscribe to Manifest Density on the website or download it on iTunes, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Spotify and other platforms. But that'll do it for this week. And on behalf of Microshare and its global employees, I want to thank Dr. Randy Dango again and say, This is Mike Moran saying so long. Be well and thank you for listening.  

Miss Mindset

This week on the podcast, Breanna has a mind blowing conversation with absolute powerhouse Khadija Gbla.Khadija is a feminist and human rights activist from Sierra Leone and works as a cultural consultant, a keynote speaker and an anti-FGM campaigner.This chat will have you on the edge of your seat but leave you feeling empowered and confident that you can prevail when life gets tough. And Khadija's life has been tough.You'll hear Khadija talk about:

Marriage Mondays' with The King's Podcast
Generational Curses: Behavioral Health

Marriage Mondays' with The King's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 59:05


As you listen to this show, ask yourself how open is your family about speaking on behavioral health issues that run in your family. Are they open, so others can do what it takes to come against the issues? On the other hand, do your family just pretend like nothing is wrong and ignore it? The Kings' will try to tackle this taboo topic during this show. Blessings.  

What Do Women Know About Sports
Brittney Griner, March Madness and the NBA after All Star

What Do Women Know About Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 27:44


On this weeks episode we discuss what is happening with Brittney Griner being held in Russia on drugs charges. It is a lot of issues surrounding her being held there especially since the rest of the world found out weeks after she had been charged. Also with what his happening in the world with Russia, it is very clear that BG is definitely being held as a political reason and they need to get her home. Next, we discuss Bre's favorite time of the year which is March Madness and it is in full affect and we are for certain that a lot of brackets are busted, lol. Lastly we discuss all of the things that have happened since All Star took place. We congratulate Lebron James on his continuous road to dominance and all of the individual milestones he continues to reach. We discuss Kyrie Irving and how he is allowed to be in the building when the Nets play home games but still can't play even though in New York there is no mask mandate. Its not making a lot of sense and a lot people, even players on other teams think the Mayor of New York needs to figure it out and quickly. Of the final 14 games the Nets have Kyrie can only play in 4 of them. Lastly we dicusss the Phoenix Suns and the run they currently are on. At the moment they are the only team to have solidified a spot in the post season. Could this be the year after the upset of losing last year? We shall see!

Miss Mindset

Something a little different on the podcast this week! In this episode, you'll hear Breanna as a guest on the Pure Potential Podcast with host, Alix Mace.This is an incredibly dynamic conversation that you just can't afford to miss. They dive into some juicy topics like:✨ Common mindset blocks when creating a dream life✨ Bre's process for smashing your limiting beliefs✨ What actually is confidence?✨ What it means to live on purposeWe would love to hear if this one resonated with you. Remember to take a screenshot and tag us on Instagram!You can listen to the Pure Potential Podcast HEREYou can follow Miss Mindset HEREYou can follow Alix Mace HEREJoin the waitlist for Level Up Your Life HEREBre's new website is live. YAY! You can view HERE

Building Sustainability
Selling Sustainability, Not Your Soul - Virginia Cinquemani - BS073

Building Sustainability

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 62:46


Virginia is a qualified architect, project manager, BREEAM AP and ISO14001 Lead Auditor, with a lifelong passion for sustainability. She is the author of SustainABLE: How to Find Success as a Sustainability Professional in a Rapidly Changing World, a practical guide for those that have a passion for sustainability but cannot make an impact.Virginia is also an Assistant Lecturer in Sustainability and Environmental Management at Coventry University.During her previous long career at BRE, Virginia was the author of Integrating BREEAM throughout the Design Process (the best selling publication that for the first time helped assessors tackle BREEAM assessments strategically), and of BREEAM Healthcare (on behalf of the NHS) and BREEAM Higher Education (on behalf of AUDE and HEFCE); additionally, she managed the BRE Innovation Park and the BRE Academy membership scheme.Virginia is the founder and director of Green Gorilla Consultants Ltd (www.thegreengorilla.co.uk), a unique training and coaching company focusing exclusively on empowering sustainability professionals to become the most confident and assertive version of themselves, and to successfully accomplish their sustainability projects even when their stakeholders think sustainability is a waste of time and money!Episode Links Green Gorilla (Virginia's Company) - https://thegreengorilla.co.uk/BRE - https://www.bregroup.com/BREAM - Sustainability assessment - https://www.breeam.com/ SustainABLE (Book) - https://thegreengorilla.co.uk/sustainable-the-bookDeep Work (Cal Newport) - https://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Cal-Newport/Deep-Work--Rules-for-Focused-Success-in-a-Distracted-WorldDon't Look Up - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11286314/The Future We Choose (Christiana Figueres) - https://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Christiana-Figueres/The-Future-We-ChooseFour Thousand Weeks - https://www.hive.co.uk/Product/Oliver-Burkeman/Four-Thousand-Weeks--The-smash-hit-Sunday-Times-bestselle/25942066Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainability)

Our Take: With Breanna and Mark
Our Take: The College Days

Our Take: With Breanna and Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 62:05


In this episode we discover what season were actually on, Mark literally ignores every sign the universe threw at him, and Bre gives a summary of her college life. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Becoming a Streamer
Finding Your Voice and Building a Brand ft. Bre Eazyy

Becoming a Streamer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 36:56


Bre Eazyy started her streaming journey in 2020 and has exploded ever since. From her early days to assembling her first scrappy streaming setup to building a brand and merch line, Bre shares her experience on finding your voice and connecting with other streamers.

Miss Mindset

In this weeks' episode Bre has a raw, open conversation with self love warrior Rose Oates.Rose is a PT turned body positivity advocate and mama to four girls. One thing is for sure, she's not here to muck around! Rose opens up about her struggles with body image earlier in life and how giving birth to, and raising her girls has shifted the way she feels about her body.Tune in to hear;

Jarosław Kuźniar Podcast
Rób memy zamiast wojny

Jarosław Kuźniar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 7:51


Ukraine in brief to zapiski z ukraińskiego frontu przygotowywane przez Agnieszkę Szypielewicz. Jest Polką urodzoną w Charkowie, z Ukrainą w sercu, doskonale znająca ukraińską, ale też rosyjską historię, kulturę i ludzi. To ważne, żeby zrozumieć wschód, szczególnie ważne teraz, kiedy poza prawdą, na wojnie szybko umiera kontekst. Najnowsze zapiski dotyczą pierwszego tygodnia wojny. Po tygodniu wojny wciąż nie mogę pozbyć się wrażenia, że znaleźliśmy się w jakimś surrealistycznym filmie, reżyserowanym przez Quentina Tarantino. Dzieje się tak dlatego, że wśród całego szoku, rozpaczy i smutku co chwila trafiam na coś, co w internecie nazywają „złotem” - pisze Agnieszka Szypielewicz. Memy, filmiki, rysunki, cytaty. Nie da się pokonać narodu, który potrafi się śmiać ze śmiertelnego zagrożenia. Władza na Kremlu niczego bardziej się nie boi niż tego, że zostanie wyśmiana. Tak było za cara, Breżniewa, tak jest za Putina. POMOC DLA UKRAINY PAH https://www.pah.org.pl PCPM https://pcpm.org.pl/ukraina PCK https://pck.pl/na-pomoc-ukrainie/ UKRAIŃSKI DOM W WAW https://ukrainskidom.pl/pomoc-ukrainie/ Strona rządu RP https://pomagamukrainie.gov.pl

Entrepreneurial Outlaws
LGBTQIA+ Allyship in Business with Jenna Teague + Bre Byrd

Entrepreneurial Outlaws

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 37:01


I'm so excited for this guest episode of Entrepreneurial Outlaws -- Jenna Teague and Bre Byrd are here to chat about their work with LGBTQIA+ allyship in business. Jenna and Bre are moving past “safe spaces” and into “affirming spaces” and today they are sharing exactly what that can look like for you as a business owner who wants to be an ally. This work is so needed and Jenna and Bre are doing the work to make it easily accessible. This conversation not only made me think, but left me with a ton of action steps and I hope it does the same for you.  Visit this episode's blog post here.

Miss Mindset

Fear. We've all felt it and we've probably let it stop us from going after what we really want, at least once in our lives. Not anymore!This week on the podcast, Breanna gives us the pep talk we didn't know we needed.Tune in to hear her talk about:

Option Forward
AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE CASTING PROCESS OF MARRIED AT FIRST SIGHT

Option Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 55:22


On this weeks episode, Drew and Nesto pick the brain of a former cast member Bre of "Married at First Sight" to get to the bottom of why she decided to back out of the show prior to production and much, much more. Tune in every Thursday Morning! Follow us on social media. website: https://optionforward.com/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optionforward IG: @option_forward Guest: @justbreee Stay connected with our YouTube channel and Subscribe my. Also sharing is caring, so don't forget to share it! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdi_k85fAfF4YJ9b87Judxg

Miss Mindset
✨Feeling overwhelmed? Frustrated? Impatient?

Miss Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 38:32


This week on the podcast Bre shares her top tips for relieving feelings of frustration and overwhelm, making way for you to be crystal clear on your goals, dreams and desires.If you're stuck in a cycle of wanting to reach the 'next big thing' before you'll feel satisfied, then this one is for you!In this episode, Bre will help you:

Pod kapicom
#75 | Maro Joković

Pod kapicom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 124:45


Pod Kapicom #75 | Maro JokovićGost 75. epizode podkasta Pod kapicom bio je Maro Joković, igrač Juga i najtrofejniji hrvatski vaterpolista. Pričao nam je o svojim počecima, kada je prešao u Jug i kako je dešnjak postao jedan od najboljih levorukih igrača svih vremena. O fenomenu Juga, podršci grada, najvećim uspesima, prvoj tituli prvaka Evrope i porazima koji su ostavili traga… Prelazak u Pro Reko, šta je naučio od Igora Milanovića, život u Italiji, i povratak u Dubrovnik gde osvaja još jednu titulu prvaka Evrope. Koliko mu nedostaje Atina i koje jelo je najviše zavoleo u grčkoj prestonici. Sjajna sezona u Breši, koja je skinula skalp njegovom nekadasnjem klubu Pro Reku, šta misli o Đorđu Laziću i koliko je nedostajalo da i sa Brešom postane prvak Evrope. Oprostio se od reprezentacije Hrvatske, ali selektor Tucak zeli da ga vrati u državni tim, koliko su realne šanse da se to dogodi… Sa hrvatskom reprezentacijom osvojio zlatne medalje sa svih velikih takmičenja, Olimpijske igre u Londonu 2012. obeležile karijeru, kako pamti mečeve sa Srbijom, da li sebe vidi kao trenera po završetku karijere i koliko uživa u kućnoj atmosferi sa svoje četiri kraljice…Gosti: Maro JokovićDomaćini: Pavle Živković Datum: 27. januar 2022. godineLokacija: Studio na kraju UniverzumaProdukcija: Infinity Lighthouse Studios#infinitylighthouse #studionakrajuuniverzuma #podkapicom

Yep OR Yuck Podcast
Ep. 12: A Love Story, Okay?!

Yep OR Yuck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 49:04


Hey Now! Welcome back to The Insecure Experience with Bre, Candice, and Tia! The ladies are back with part 2 of their discussion of the series finale of #InsecureHBO, Everything Gonna Be, Okay?! The ladies discuss all the love stories that came to fruition as we close out such an amazing show. Enjoy the show and share your thoughts! Support Purchase some merchandise! Use the hashtags #TheInsecureExperience, #TheInsecureExp, #TISE, on social media when live listening and posting about the show! Share this podcast with a friend, a loved one, a coworker, or even a stranger! Contact Twitter: @TheInsecureExp | @NotSoNewlywedPC | @TeeTheGem | @_ItsMissBre Instagram: @TheInsecureExperience | NotSoNewlywedPC | BreTastical | _TeeTheGem Facebook: The Insecure Experience Email: TheInsecureExperience@gmail.com Website: The Insecure Experience Patreon: Patreon.com/FlawlessNoises The Insecure Experience, Season 2 Playlist Apple Music | Spotify The Insecure Experience™️ is a Flawless Noises Media Network presentation. #FNMediaProd