Call it Diana, because that was a car crash. For the first time in Drag Race herstory - no winner! But a hellava lot of losers. We talk big dicks, dogs, birthdays, Little Mix, Scottish Independence (?) and of course this now infamous advert challenge - with plenty of BS from the judges. Not for the faint hearted. @unitedqueendompodcast OR email at firstname.lastname@example.org www.patreon.com/UnitedQueendom SPONSORED BY KU BAR, SOHO, LONDON www.ku-bar.co.uk BOX MENSWEAR www.boxmenswear.com www.instagram.com/unitedqueendompodcast www.instagram.com/samdowlertime www.twitter.com/samdowler www.podtail.com/podcast/united-queendom-podcast/ open.spotify.com/show/0TDLmRw2eSeYCtODoZxjyR (Contains Explicit Content)
Join Scott and Mark with their guest Jonesy, Jonesy delivers a daily dose of weird, strange, funny news from around the world with his own comedic twist and personal philosophies. Weird AF News:"Weird AF News is a podcast hosted by comedian Jonesy. The usual format includes three weird or strange stories from around the world which he gives his take on. It's a humorous change of pace from your typical methodical and starched news podcasts/broadcasts. Other features you can look forward to be his Florida Friday's series, his regular shout-outs to his fans, and he will occasionally play some of the voicemails he receives from his listeners. I encourage you to give it a try!" About Jonesy Comedian: Jonesy is the host of the podcast weird as fuck news or weird, AF news. He started out as a musician. Then he was a comedian in Boston, then he move to New York and did comedy and acting on some TV shows. Outline of the Episode:● [02:20] The Brief Introduction about Jonesy.● [04:26] His experience with zoom comedy and how it was different from the Live show comedy.● [05:36] When and from where he does weird AS fuck news.● [06:40] Korea is now allowing different colors of the underwear for school.● [08:20] How Normal People See Jonesy Comedian and the one who already knows Jonesy.● [10:30] Does he feel like with the whole Covid fun of the past year and a half or so, does he feel that open his mind even more with things● [12:01] People have been shooting each other for brand new Air Jordans for decades. ● [13:59] Jonesy viewpoint about “BS information” episode that just recently came out on the 9th of April.● [16:51] How the article creates an Echo Chamber?● [23:36] Showman was the guy that was on the TV network all the time.● [28:03] We don't have anything that filters information for us. So people are lazy and they're just going to accept whatever they see on social media team.● [35:40] The next step for the information age to be successful. You have to have a filter, the information stage● [36:15] The only problem with the freedom of speech● [37:08] Are we getting closer and closer to idiocracy being like real life?● [42:06] What if the messenger has one thing that you think he's saying is right?● [49:41] Why we should not go to the Mars● [54:56] What kind of job Jonesy willing to do if he is not doing the comedy?● [58:53] What is Jonesy's favorite or what conspiracy theory that Jonesy's believe? Catch Jonesy! Website: https://www.weirdafnews.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funnyjones/ Podcast: https://www.audible.com/pd/Weird-AF-News-Podcast/B08K573LZ2 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews Connect with AmigosPC! Website:https://www.amigospc.net Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TwoandahalfAmigos Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/amigospc Twitter:https://twitter.com/AmigosPC Check out Official AmigosPC Merch at: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/amigospc?ref_id=24626 Join the conversation with the Amigos by becoming a member of Amigos pc get direct access to our discord and other cool free stuff https://amigospc.supercast.tech/
I love St. Theophan. The reason I say this is because one can see so clearly how deep his love is for the young Anastasia. He is a true spiritual father. At this point in their correspondence, Anastasia has come to a deeper understanding of the spiritual life and Theophan has shared with her the great riches of the spiritual tradition. Yet, his love for her makes him at times speak the truth to her with a kind of sternness. Not anger, but rather with a clarity about the weightiness of the matter they are discussing and its importance for her spiritual life and future. Tonight we began Letter 67 on “Diligent Confession”. Theophan rejoices with Anastasia over the fruits of her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Sergius. However, he rebukes her for something that she told him about the nature of her confession. Despite having made the pilgrimage with its physical and emotional rigors and having embraced the practice of unceasing prayer throughout the journey, when the moment came for her to experience the full fruit of the spiritual practice she held back. She did not confess all of her sins; she did not open her mind and her heart fully to God in order that she might also reap the benefits and all the grace that the sacrament offers. Theophan tells her that the essence of the mystery of repentance consists in the resolution of the sin one has confessed. Her preparation should have illuminated her heart fully enough that she would leave no sin unconfessed because she would see no sin is “small”. Every sin has the capacity of growing and taking hold of one's life and leading one away from God. She must avoid the craftiness of the worldly mind that seeks to rationalize certain behaviors and to minimize their effects. --- Text of chat during the group: 00:12:29 Eric Williams: I would very much be interested in a desert father society or similar. The Catholic men's groups I've seen are either mostly social or have an Evangelical vibe. 00:24:09 Art: I'm in! 00:31:00 Joseph Muir: What page number? 00:31:09 Carol Nypaver: 265 00:31:19 Joseph Muir: Spacibo 00:38:34 Rachel: The quote from St. Climacus, about striking the final blow and still having hope...which chapter is that from? 00:49:41 Rachel: lol yep 00:50:32 Rachel: @ the quirkiness...yet there is hope 00:54:57 Erick Chastain: the horologion and the pre-Vatican II breviary pray the entirety of that psalm, but it was deemed too difficult for moderns to include in the new breviary 00:55:19 Erick Chastain: (as far as I know, the horologion does, but I'm not sure) 00:56:08 Erick Chastain: that is, I think it does, since the byzantine psalters all include it in ther prayer rule 01:02:29 Joseph Muir: Speaking to Sue's last point, one very real issue is how little time the average parish assigns each week for confession. In my hometown, most of the Roman Catholic churches had an hour each week; in the various places where I've lived, I've never seen a Byzantine church that has actual confession times, always seeking to leave it up to penitents to ask the priest. While a penitent must obviously take initiative, I assure you that there are far fewer Byzantine Catholics who make a regular confession than would if there were set times throughout any given week (on the latter point, the nearly total absence of daily vespers or matins at these Byzantine churches is also a shame) 01:04:03 Eric Williams: Confession has become juridical - we go to seek removal of criminal guilt at the price of some symbolic atonement in penance. It should be medicinal, though, such that we seek healing from skilled physicians, who work methodically, patiently, and compassionately. Too few priests were taught or bother to use good bedside manners. 01:05:37 Joseph Muir: This is also why there is value in having a regular confessor, particularly one who knows one well enough so as to call them out on their BS
Featuring perspectives from Drs Jeff Sharman, Mitchell Smith and Philip Thompson, including the following topics: Treatment of CLL in 2021 Introduction (0:00) First-line therapy for a younger and fit patient with CLL (11:52) Case: A man in his mid-60s with IGHV-unmutated CLL — Mitchell R Smith, MD, PhD (16:20) Case: A man in his mid-30s with IGHV-unmutated CLL — Philip A Thompson, MD, BS (20:24) Case: A woman in her late 60s with IGHV-mutated, trisomy 12, TP53 wild-type CLL — Jeff Sharman, MD (25:11) First-line therapy for older and frail patients with CLL (26:55) Case: A man in his early 70s with IGHV-unmutated CLL — Dr Thompson (31:04) First-line therapy for patients with high-risk CLL (33:37) Choice of Bruton tyrosine kinase (BTK) inhibitor for the treatment of CLL (36:02) Prevention and management of COVID-19 in patients with CLL (43:21) Future Treatment of CLL Future role of BTK inhibitors combined with venetoclax in the management of CLL (48:33) Future role of pirtobrutinib (LOXO-305) in the management of CLL (52:22) Case: A woman in her late 60s with multiregimen-relapsed CLL — Dr Sharman (55:10) Case: A woman in her mid-50s with multiregimen-relapsed CLL — Dr Thompson (57:32) CME information and select publications
This episode's conversation is about the new Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), the fee disclosure part of it, as well as ERISA and the fiduciary responsibility that self-insured employers are responsible to comply with under the law. Don't worry, the first thing my guest in this healthcare podcast, Christin Deacon, does is explain these terms, what they actually mean, and how they can be a tool actually in CEOs' or CFOs' toolboxes to get access to the employer's own claims data, which is a linchpin here that we'll talk about in a sec. But suffice to say here that the ERISA fiduciary responsibility has a few provisions and, in general, self-insured employer health plan administrators kind of tend to off-load worrying about these provisions to their brokers and consultants. The problem with this is that brokers and consultants do not bear the ERISA fiduciary responsibility. They do not bear the responsibility of complying with the CAA either. The employer does. You'd think that, given this, more self-insured employers would dig in hard to do their own due diligence to check whether or not their plan is compliant. But they don't. I asked Parker Edman from Leavitt Partners why, and he said he thought that it's likely a combination of the “old boy's network” and a fear of the massive lift that switching up plan designs or even looking at this might entail. But here's another facet: There's a contingent of plan advisors and carriers who have a very vested interest in self-insured employers not knowing what's going on with their spend. And they actually even have a magic trick that they have developed to beat back inquiries. In this magic trick, HIPAA is the abracadabra. Let me give you an example role-play. Self-insured employer: I need my claims data. Carrier: HIPAA. Self-insured employer: Nooo, not the HIPAA. I stand down. Forget I mentioned it. Here's a pro tip: Actually read HIPAA. Pull it up on your computer. It's easy to find. Spoiler alert: You know what you'll discover? Ninety percent of it is a love note to the carriers themselves that govern the data they must possess and the structure of that data. Ten percent of it is about the privacy of that data, and in that 10%, it specifies clearly that a self-insured employer is a covered entity and, therefore, falls under the umbrella of who can have access to claims data, especially if it is deidentified. Of course, said employer has obligations as to how to treat that data, but yeah, just don't be fooled by the HIPAA when it's wielded like sorcery. The only reason that word has any power is because so many C-suites let it have power. Also now, there's some provisions in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, the CAA (which was passed in 2020), which really ups the ante here. My guest, Christin Deacon, explains all of this and more, including what's up with the CAA, which is good because I could barely remember the name of it throughout the course of this interview. Christin Deacon is a healthcare leader and public-sector entrepreneur. She is a former deputy attorney general, a “recovering attorney” as she calls herself. Earlier this year, 2021, she left her role running the state health and school health benefits plan for about 800,000 New Jersey public employees. Now, she's just transitioned to the private sector where she serves as an executive VP at 4C Health Solutions. You can learn more by emailing Christin at email@example.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn. Christin Deacon is a healthcare thought leader who brings with her a wealth of experience in both public and private sector. Driven by her passion to change the healthcare system to truly benefit patients and payers, she focuses on bringing solutions and agency to self-funded and government-sponsored health plans. 04:10 What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? 05:40 What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? 08:18 “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” 09:39 “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” 13:35 “You have to own your data.” 15:04 “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” 15:31 “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” 16:25 How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? 21:36 “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” 22:22 “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” 24:11 “What does value mean?” 27:41 “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” 29:30 “At the end of the day, it's about people.” 29:38 “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” 32:21 “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. And they're holding them; they just have to use them.” 34:10 Marshall Allen's new book. You can learn more by emailing Christin at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn. @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You have to own your data.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “What does value mean?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “At the end of the day, it's about people.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. 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Peter Kirby is a long-time entrepreneur and early pioneer in the blockchain space. He co-founded a Bitcoin hardware company in 2013 and a blockchain technology company in 2014. Peter also executed one of the earliest ICOs in 2015 as CEO of Factom, Inc. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Financial Times, and Forbes. He has been a featured speaker at The World Bank, Money 20/20, The US State Department, and The US Department of Homeland Security. Peter has a BS in Biochemistry from Lehigh University, an MBA from the Acton School of Business, AND is a certified laughter yoga instructor!
Today Donny sits with the hilarious, the delightful, actress and comedian, Susie Essman. Susie's brand of authenticity and no BS has always stayed constant from her start as a comic at Catch A Rising Star to her no-holds-barred character, Susie Green, on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Susie shares about how difficult it was to come up as a female comic in the 80's, how she differs from her character on Curb, and the true brilliance of Larry David's comedy. But first Donny takes us through his Brands of the Week, sharing with us how brands like Apple, Adele, Joe Montana, TikTok, and Superman among a few others have either branded up or down this week. THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Shopify: Shopify.com/donny for a FREE fourteen-day trial Trade Coffee: drinktrade.com/onbrand, promo code: ONBRAND for your first bag free & $5 off your bundle iD Tech: idtech.com/donny promo code: DONNY to save $150 dollars Indeed: Indeed.com/ONBRAND for a $75 credit Don't forget to rate, review, and follow wherever you get your podcasts! Follow: @donnjaydeutsch @SusieEssman See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Rick breaks down why the statement "Work Smart NOT Hard" is total BS. To get access to The Free Strategy Session Rick mentioned go to https://rickbarker.com/strategy/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/music-industry-blueprint/message
This week we have returning guest and founder of The Batican Custom Framery, Nigel Robertson. We take this opportunity to talk about framing, painting, the plein air paint mission prior to this episode. This episode we also got some listener questions, learn about Nigel's love for Bonsai, other creative outlets, plus the usual Art and BS. You can check out Nigel's work online www.thebatican.com follow his Art antics on IG @Nigelispainting / Check out the astounding frames he makes @thebatican / you can also listen to his mixes on soundcloud https://m.soundcloud.com/grailone/
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Interview with Yue-Yung Hu, MD, Evan Heiderscheit, BS, and Cary Jo Schlick, MD, MS, authors of Experiences of LGBTQ+ Residents in US General Surgery Training Programs
First, Twitch and MJ talk about a survey that asks people show they are treating their bodies... and it sounds like BS!!! Then, they play some Florida or not with a story about PIE! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Finding Your Passion | Dane Mathews, Vice President of Precision Marketing at Conagra Brands, joins host Gregg Garrett for a discussion on transforming organizations and brands. Of course, Dane shares his Top Three who include his wife and children who have been core to establishing a professional shift in his approach, a former Amazon executive who taught him how to work backward, a former boss who helped him change his perspective to accomplish goals, and a former podcast guest who helped him humanize leadership. And you have to hear what he has to say about the democratization of leadership. About Dane Mathews Dane Mathews is Vice President of Precision Marketing at Conagra Brands. He leads Conagra's marketing transformation leveraging enterprise agility, personalization, technological enablement, and advanced analytics. With a focus on the digital consumer experience, Dane is responsible for enterprise consumer marketing efforts including brand design, media & advertising, eCommerce, CRM, and direct-to-consumer (DTC) strategy. Dane has 15 years of marketing experience and has led the development and scale of transformative consumer experiences at some of the most well-known brands including, Caesars Entertainment, Target, and McDonald's. Dane received his BS in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and his MBA from The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business. Dane resides in Oak Park, IL with his wife Marlene, their 3 sons, Dane, Miles, and Jaden, and their Goldendoodle Frida. Show Highlights During this episode: The only thing constant is change. [1:06] Operationalizing transformation [2:53] Welcoming our guest, Dane Matthews [5:20] Discovering passion – simplifying the complex and making it relatable [12:24] The “Top Three” Marlene Aponte-Mathews and their children: make change management fun and remember that development is best done in public [17:17] Developing in public and bringing others in [23:23] Atif Rafiq: start with the end and work backward [29:56] Lisa Roath: getting help – “who can help me do this?” [36:20] DeLu Jackson: humanizing leadership and change management [42:25] “Nudging the positives” [46:50] You have to hear this… Democratization of leadership [51:10] Stay in touch with Dane via LinkedIn [54:27] Additional Information Contact Dane Mathews: Dane's LinkedIn Conagra Website Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter
Are you willing to enjoy the pursuit of your potential? Not everything that we do we are going to love, but those who become an “overnight success” have learned to love every part of what they do. We're romanticizing this “passion” and “entrepreneurial” thing, it's BS. Entrepreneurship is about making a ton of money. If you can make a ton of money, then apply your passion and purpose to it! Find the light, love, and lessons in everything and learn to love it!! Those who are able to stay in business and keep evolving will become the “overnight successes” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Grab your fave beverage because my guest Courtney Wells, PhD, and I are about to spill the kombucha on taking down the patriarchy. Courtney is many things, including a licensed clinical psychologist and executive director at Pivot Psychological Services in Chicago, and tamer of two Pekinese. Additionally, they're simply an amazing human with profound insights into dismantling the systemic oppression that leads to self-doubt and wayward searches for validation. Courtney's path towards genuine self-expression informs their approach to trauma work offers a model for societal healing as well as the creation of non-hierarchical, inclusive systems in therapy and beyond. Courtney ascribes to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, or ACT. “Destroying the patriarchy is part of ACT therapy where you take on the patriarchy, and then you destroy it,” Courtney laughs. Tongue-in-cheek aside, they credit ACT with undermining establishment principles like grind culture or the “right way” of doing and being. The right way of white supremacy, they point out, “is generally where somebody else benefits from all of your work. You get a little bit, but somebody else benefits greatly from all that you do.” Courtney says that patriarchal forces crush our will under fear of retribution and ostracization, pushing us to favor avoidance at all costs to keep the gears running full steam ahead. ACT can be complicated and requires commitment (as its name implies). The model is “about staying in it with someone long enough to also see what the feeling is that's there or what the internal experience is that's there.” Regardless of model, healing is an evolutionary process, and the more expansive our collective recovery, the stronger our resistance to patriarchal influences. GUEST BIO Dr. Courtney Wells received their BS in Psychology at John Carroll University, their MA in Community Counseling at John Carroll University, and their PhD in Counseling Psychology at Texas Woman's University. They completed their predoctoral internship at the Dallas Veteran's Affairs and their postdoctoral fellowship at the Jesse Brown Veteran's Affairs, specializing in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, chronic pain, and substance use. Courtney was also the creator and Director of the Trauma Program at one of the largest Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient Programs in Chicago. Courtney is a prolific reader of mystery novels and a tamer of two Pekingese. For full show notes, resources, and links to connect with our guest, visit: http://www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast HEY THERAPISTS... You're invited to Head/Heart Conversations, our webinar series designed for psychotherapists who want to invite their inner healer to the forefront of both work life and personal life. In this four-part series, we will invite participants to learn about themselves as well as enhance their clinical skills. Details & Registration: http://tinyurl.com/hhconvos Promo Code for $20 off: podcast Friday, November 19, 2021 - Queering our Conversations by Benji Marton, LCSW *** Conversations with a Wounded Healer is a proud member of @mhnrnetwork. Let's be friends! You can find me in the following places... Website: www.headhearttherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoundedHealr/ https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartTherapy/ Instagram: @headhearttherapy Twitter: @WoundedHealr @HeadHeart_Chi
For us in Australia, Summer is coming and it's very exciting! But we also understand if the idea of cooling off at the beach brings you more anxiety than joy. And yes let's all prepare for the marketing like 'Summer Shred' and 'get bikini body ready'. Urgh, insert *eye roll* can we please stop?!We used to feel the anxiety, nowadays we feel differently, from a whole lot of work in the unlearning of the BS (that thinness = beauty) and re-learning of self-acceptance and that beauty comes in every size, also that it's actually the least important aspect of ourselves! We say this bikini body thing is pretty simple.You have your body, put your bikini on it. Tada, you have your bikini body!This podcast episode was inspired by Nikki from Styling You and her recent Swimsuit Guide (it's amazing).Stuff we talked about...How to change the belief that you're not good/thin/smooth enough to wear a bikini.Move past the stories you tell yourself about your body.Enjoy being present, feeling the sun and the sand.Put a bikini on that makes you feel good and allows you to experience life! So you can swim and play vollwy ball, and boobs and bits stay in the swimsuit. Regardless of what other people think, it's how you feel that is most important. If it inspires you to go to the beach or jump into the pool and experience life to its fullness or if you have any A-HA moments, questions, comments or feedback about this episode, send us an email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on our Facebook and Instagram accounts @themerrymakersisters.Join our 5-day MerryBody Challenge and get direct access to 10 minute Yoga and Pilates classes. Sign up at themerrymakersisters.com/5daysCheck out all the Get Merry Podcast episodes on iTunes and Overcast and Stitcher for Androids. Plus we are on Spotify over HERE!Always merrymaking,Emma + CarlaP.s if you ever need further help or guidance please contact Lifeline or Beyond Blue. Asking for help is pure courage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we're going to chat about a handful of ways when trying to save money on your wedding can totally BACKFIRE. BONUS >>> Come behind the scenes with me in a bonus episode, "Taking a Chance on a Rookie Wedding Vendor", when you sign up for a FREE 3-DAY TRIAL of my revolutionary digital wedding planning package, The VAULT. Aside of college educations, new homes and new cars, your wedding likely has one of the biggest price tags you've ever paid. You're spending tens of thousands of dollars - of course you're trying to save money when possible! You're not out there researching the most expensive venue in your area, or trying to find ways to spend more money on your invitations. When a potential photographer or caterer gives you a quote for services, you probably don't say “well that sounds OK, but do you have anything that costs more?” If you've been listening to the Wedding Planning Podcast for a while, I hope you know me well enough now to know that I'm NOT the wedding professional who's going to tell you NEVER to try to cut this corner, or don't DARE hire a friend to do x, y, z. I see this type of messaging a lot. If you do your own wedding day hair and makeup it will totally fail, and you should hire a professional to do it for you. If you skimp on a photographer, you will regret it for the rest of your life. If you have your cousin make your cake, it will probably be a complete disaster, you should really hire a professional for that. If you take your dress to a neighborhood tailor instead of the big box bridal store where you bought it, it's going to end up in shreds and you'll have no dress to wear. The trouble is, professional service providers in pretty much any industry have an agenda - to sell their product or service. And whether you hear from a wedding professional on a podcast, read their articles on a blog, or see their posts on Instagram, their position is probably that hiring a professional is THE BEST way to go. "After all", they say, "this is your wedding - you can't afford to cut corners on the best day of your life." Well, for lots of this, I call BS. Sure, if you have a wedding budget in the 6-figures, then “hire a professional” is a great option for everything I just listed. But most of us DON'T have $100,000 to spend on our wedding, so making swaps and saves here and there is a necessary part of planning so that we don't go thousands of dollars into debt - NEVER a good idea. Here's a doozy for you - we hired our wedding photographer off craigslist for $500. True story. And I'm NOT here to tell you that it was a horrible idea that backfired and you should never trust any wedding photographer who hasn't shot 500 weddings and costs less than $5000. That's not me, not my style. BUT, I'm also not here to tell you that YOU should definitely hire a photographer off craigslist, and it will work out perfectly and there's no risk involved and you can live happy ever after and sleep soundly knowing that you saved a couple thousand dollars! To be clear - there's no right or wrong, one-size-fits all solution to the myriad of wedding decisions you have to make over the next few months. I'll always encourage you to use your intuition, and use our weekly time together to review all the options you have available, and select what feels best for you and your unique situation. I feel so strongly about what we're talking about today, and I really want to set things up right. The truth is, sometimes no matter how much research you do, or how many great reviews someone has, or how confident you feel that you're making the right decision, things can just go wrong. You'll probably have a wedding backfire, or two, or three over the course of getting everything lined up. This is part of life, and definitely a part of wedding planning. I wish I could wave a magical wand that would shield you against anything bad happening, but of course - that's not realistic. Sooooo, the next best thing to that … In today's show, let's explore some common areas of wedding planning where couples to try to cut a corner, save some money, leave something out, and then sadly have it backfire in terms of lost money, lost time, lost sanity - and sometimes all three. If you find yourselves at a cost-saving opportunity crossroads and you don't know which way to turn, I have some smart questions to ask yourselves, and potential vendors, that I hope will guide you towards making the best decisions for you and your wedding day. So when you find yourself wondering, hmmmmm ... should we cut that corner? What are the potential outcomes or pitfalls that might come of it? Hopefully after today's show, you'll have some solid answers to some of the most common situations, so that you can make the best decision for you. For one wedding, that might mean hiring a photographer off craigslist for $500. For another couple, that will NEVER be an option that's on the table. And you know what? Both sides are totally fine ;) Full blog post available at www.weddingplanningpodcast.co/wedding-pitfall A special thank you to today's show sponsors: Is your happiness suffering in these insanely stressful times? 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This was a fun episode for me for lots of different reasons. The first reason, I spent a lot of time over past episodes talking about cognitive-behavioral therapies, in essence, if you will, the more top-down approaches for the treatment of chronic pain as well as other health conditions. Being a physical therapist, I work with both the mind as well as the body. I want to turn some attention toward more of the embodied therapies, more of the bottom-up approaches, and how they can have a very positive influence and impact on someone's pain and their overall health. In this episode, we are going to discuss awareness through movement and how the Feldenkrais Method can be used as a tool for pain management. My guest for this episode is Professor Teresa Miller. She is the Founding DPT Program Director at St. John's University, a graduate of the American Physical Therapy Association Educational Leadership Fellowship, and a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. She is an Associate Professor Emeritus from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, where she taught physical therapy for years. Dr. Miller received her PhD in Physical Therapy from Temple University, her MS in School Psychology, a BS in Physical Therapy, and AIS in Physical Therapy Assisting. In this episode, we discuss what is the Feldenkrais Method, how it is developed, what are the guiding concepts of a Feldenkrais lesson, how Feldenkrais can help those managing chronic pain and how to find a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. A little FYI before we begin this episode, Dr. Miller was one of my professors of Physical Therapy at the State University of New York Health Science Center, Brooklyn way back from 1995 to 1997. I consider her a colleague, a mentor, as well as a friend. It was lots of fun for me to do this episode with her. It takes you back in time a little bit too when I was a student and reviewing some of the work that she did, which is groundbreaking. Feldenkrais was not so popular in 1995 when I went to PT school. She was one of the first people to introduce me to more of the mind-body as well as embodied approaches to treating pain. I want to thank her for her time and for joining us for this episode. I know you are getting a lot out of it. I especially want to thank her for her leadership and bring some of these mind-body approaches into my personal practice as a PT but also into the profession and providing evidence for it. Without further ado, let's begin and meet my good friend, Teresa Miller. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://integrativepainsciencinstitute.com/
It's here, the season we've been waiting for since March! In my time watching the series, few contestants have earned the level of consensus admiration that Michelle earned while on Matt's season. Now, she's at the controls of Season 18 of The Bachelorette, and I already have all the faith in her in the world. In week one, she's already proven that she will not take any BS, and frankly, the men seem rather flustered to be in her presence (totally understandable). Thanks so much for tuning in for another season, and I hope you enjoy!
Dan Bennett, whom was born and raised in the gritty city of Flint Michigan, learned from a young age the benefits of telling his story. He is the Founder of 1 Minute Media, a company that empowers individuals to tell their stories with great video through coursework and private membership. He is also a digital media freelancer who offers direct consultation for companies as well as decades of experience in video production, video editing, motion graphics, sound design, graphic design and digital content development. www.1MinMedia.com is video coursework and private membership that shows people how to create awesome video content with something as simple as a smartphone. The private membership group includes other students, alumni who have been there before (And had success) and video professionals to help you every step of the way. Dan has had the privilege to work with some amazing clients like… Harley Davidson, Hasbro, Cisco, Mercury Marine, Anheuser-Busch, Camaro, Westbrook Media (Will Smith's production company) and many more. He is also a public speaker who has been flown all over the United States to share his knowledge and expertise on storytelling in business “and” the power of video. Dan's personal brand uses the moniker “The #Antipreneur” which encompasses his Podcast (The #Antipreneur Show) His YouTube Channel (TheAntipreneur) and all his social media platforms (@ImTheAntipreneur) + (twitter is @realantipreneur) The #Antipreneur focuses on taking a “no magic pills”, “no silver bullets”, “no BS” approach to helping people build their businesses and personal brands through great storytelling and powerful videos. And we aim to have a little fun along the way
Author Karl Bimshas answers questions about his latest leadership book. What inspired “Welcome to Leadership?” Who is “Welcome to Leadership” for? What are the central tenets of Welcome to Leadership?” Order “Welcome to Leadership” Here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09JFG3L1X?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 *** Contact Karl Bimshas Consulting: https://www.bimshasconsulting.com/contact/ Learn from Karl: https://www.learnfromkarl.com The Leadership Hotline: https://roxer.com/karlb At Karl Bimshas Consulting, our vision is to create environments where great leaders outnumber lousy leaders, and better leadership is the norm, not the exception. Your support of the Reflections on Leadership podcast helps move us even closer to that vision. Thank you! *** About Reflections on Leadership: Leadership advisor, writer, and no BS accountability partner, Karl Bimshas, shares quick reflections on leadership, and interviews other busy professionals, to challenge your perspective, provide inspiration, and give insights to help you manage better and lead well. Read the Reflections on Leadership blog => bimshasconsulting.com/blog Leadership Workbooks => LeadershipWorkbooks.com Disposable Journal: The booklet-sized journal with a week's worth of daily prompts, designed for you to take on your biggest challenges. Portable, insightful, personal, and disposable => www.disposablejournal.com *** Listen to Past Episodes: https://reflectionsonleadership.org/ Stay Up to Date and Subscribe: http://www.bimshasconsulting.com/contact/sign-up/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KarlBimshas Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/reflectionsonleadershippodcast/ LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/karlbimshasconsulting/ More resources => LearnFromKarl.com Leadership Swag: Visit LeadershirtsPlus.com Books by Karl Bimshas: http://bit.ly/BimBooks Thank you. Keep advancing confidently in the direction of your dreams and help others along the way. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karlbimshas/message
In this "Throwback Tuesday" HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Twanya Hood Hill about maintaining and sustaining a dynamic organizational culture (Originally aired August 12, 2020). See the video here: https://youtu.be/WTw0BwyFTJk. Twanya Hood Hill (https://www.linkedin.com/in/twanyahoodhill/) is the Vice President of People and Culture at Tech Soft 3D. She has enjoyed a 30-year career, leading Learning and Organizational Development functions across a variety of industries at companies like Target, Genentech, Gap, Ameriprise Financial and Facebook. Twanya also has entrepreneurial experience as an external consultant owning her own practice and being co-owner of a Minneapolis-based consultancy, Cincinnatus, Inc. Her love of learning has taken her to the classroom where she has served as an adjunct faculty member at Ottawa University and St. Catherine University. As a leader, Twanya is an action-oriented executive who crafts learning and talent development strategies and solutions within global enterprises. Having worked as both an internal and external consultant across multiple industries, she has deep expertise understanding business needs and partnering with senior teams to achieve desired outcomes. Twanya is a passionate, authentic, and collaborative leader. With a proven ability to position teams as highly reputable and in-demand partners to the business, she delivers results. She is sought out by executive leadership teams for her ability to respectfully challenge status quo and unapologetically seek the most innovative and compassionate solutions. Twanya holds a BS in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from the University of Chicago. She has served on several non-profit boards including Breck School and the MacPhail Center for Music. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/
This episode is a part of Veronica Grant's Worthy in Love Podcast Tour. Every day for two weeks, the tour featured an episode from a variety of podcasts on how to actually feel worthy in love. Veronica has specially curated this list of podcasts to ensure that you get the most actional, BS-free support to help you feel more worthy in love. Fear and love might feel like opposites but they actually are more connected when you think. The truth is, when you allow someone to love you, you are also allowing them to hurt you because at some point. LOVE feels scary and causes people to be fearful of losing it. All of these fears on top of the trials and tribulations that go along with dating in LA make it scarier than getting a bad perm, and ultimately can cause you to feel unworthy of it depending on how badly you were hurt. This is why we dove deep into the worthiness wound, how entertainment and content affect our self of self worth, ways to feel more confident on a date, why people need to pony up with a reason when rejecting someone rather than ghosting, and how taking a time out from dating can get you closer to your goal. Worthy in Love Podcast Tour: veronicagrant.com/podtour Podcast prior to It's Complicated: Amy Smith @ The Joy Junkie Podcast thejoyjunkie.com/lovepodtour Keep it Complicated with Jen and NotJen: Host Socials - @jenifergolden, @laurenleonelli, @complicatedshow Shop our store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/complicatedshow Support - https://www.patreon.com/itscomplicated --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itscomplicatedpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itscomplicatedpod/support
Today, Michael and I discuss how to break free from all the negativity we seem to be surrounded by in this world gone mad. So, listen to this podcast episode and break free from the BS and learn how to live the life you want, free of drama and assclowns. Yes, those idiots will still be around, but find your inner hippie, and find your inner peace! About My Guest: Michael is a licensed psychotherapist. Ostrolenk completed his MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at John F. Kennedy University and his BA in government at West Virginia Wesleyan College. He did post-graduate training in somatic psychology at the California Institute for Integral Studies and health psychology through the Health Medicine Forum. Ostrolenk is certified in Spiral Dynamics and Wade Mindsets. He graduated from SEALFIT's 3 Week Academy and Kokoro Camp 10. Topics Discussed: A bit about MichaelAre we really swimming in a sea of negativity todayIs negativity contagious Is it possible for you to change your perception of the world around youWhat are the keys to developing and maintaining a positive mindsetHow does meditation work in forming a positive attitudeWhat is neuroplasticity and how can it help shape your mind and outlook Episode Resources: * Michael's website: http://www.michaeldostrolenk.com * Coupon Code for The Simple Life Journal Products: tsljournal10 * The Simple Life Website:Where ALL Gary's Products Are Sold https://www.thesimplelifenow.com *Make sure to signup and be a member of The Simple Life Insider's Circle at: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com/the-simple-life/
In today's episode, Cameron Purvis joins in! Cameron has a BS & MS in exercise science and has always viewed himself as an athlete. From distance running to calisthenics and now weighted calisthenics, Cameron dives into how he's gotten to where he is today. In this episode, Cameron and I discuss:Viewing yourself as an athleteHow your environment will dictate your successThe mindset of training at homeThe importance of tracking progressConnect with Coach Cameron Connect with AustinSupport Everett and learn more about AB Calisthenics ApparelBook Your Free Discovery CallInstagramFree Email List
You planned. You prepared. You did all the right things you knew how to do. Then something happened that shifted everything. The story you once knew and dreamed about has been completely turned upside down. My guest, Sarah E. Westfall, joins us today to discuss a devastating event that changed her entire story. We discuss how she processed through this season in her life and how she learned to let go, live open-handed, and allow God to rewrite her story.The wisdom that Sarah shares in this episode is life-changing. It will shift your entire perspective about hard seasons and embracing your story. Share this episode with a friend.I would love to hear from you! Please take 2 minutes to provide your feedback on this podcast: https://forms.gle/ASLzgU58ngQNpMvW8About Sarah:Sarah E. Westfall is a fan of good words and good conversation—preferably paired with tacos. As a writer and speaker, Sarah invites others to pursue a life of curiosity, compassion, and connection with God and with each other. She holds a BS in English Education and MA in Student Development Counseling and Administration, and her writing has been featured in RELEVANT, Fathom Mag, (in)courage, and The Joyful Life Magazine. Sarah calls Indiana home, where she enjoys a wild and wonderful life with her husband Ben and their four sons. Connect with Sarah:Instagram//WebsiteConnect with Latasha:Website// Instagram//EmailOTB Email Tribe: Click here for updates and encouragement in your inbox!
It's late in the sales cycle and suddenly a bunch of your reps develop a new superpower for giving BS excuses — my buyers all went on vacation, they'd buy us if we weren't so expensive, my dog ate their key decision-maker. How did this happen? Were they bit by a radioactive liar? Late-cycle excuses usually mean early-cycle mistakes. One of the biggest ones? Failing to establish credibility. This week, we're trying something a little different — and there's booze involved. Lisa Schnare, Natalie Pitchford, and Carlos Nouche join me for drinks to discuss why credibility matters and how to build it fast. Pour yourself a drink and strap in for a B2B Revenue Executive… Experiment? In this episode, we break down what it takes to quickly establish credibility, including: Personalization Preparation Authenticity Overcoming anxiety Now that you know the secrets to establishing credibility, are you ready to crack the code to effective outbound marketing or learn more about the entrepreneurial journey for women? Check out the full list of episodes: The B2B Revenue Executive Experience.
Dive head first into the truth about manifesting your life goals! Today, Jenny is joined by the amazing Efia - a conscious creator and spiritual mentor. Efia explores the misconceptions of what manifestation is and how to properly achieve it. Touch base on how to connect with your higher self, in order to become your *truest* self. Efia is a Mindset & Manifestation Coach, NLP practitioner, and host of ‘The Manifest Edit Podcast'. Her mission is to empower and teach ambitious women how to stop playing small, confidently manifest their desires, and live an extraordinary life.Serving as a practical example of her work after being orphaned at 14, grappling with mental illness and chronic pain to then moving overseas and building her soul-aligned life + business, Efia has inspired thousands around the world to create their lives by design.Through her coaching Efia highlights the strategy, science, and spirituality behind manifestation in order to provide actionable advice from a grounded, no BS perspective.Follow Efia's journey and learn more about her work at @efiasulter_ and efiasulter.comLinks:instagram.com/efiasulter_Free virtual retreat- efiasulter.com/freebie Podcast - themanifestedit.comEfia Sulter - Mindset + Manifestation Coachefiasulter.comWant a complimentary FREE 30 MINUTE COACHING SESSION with Jenny?Leave a 5-star iTunes review for Shed the Shame, screenshot it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your FREE session! Find me on Social Media: Facebook - Jenny Whitens Instagram - @jenwhitensTwitter - @jenwhitens Interested in what services Jenny has to offer?Message Jenny on Instagram or Facebook to schedule a complimentary discovery call for 1:1 coaching. Check out Jenny's NEW Confidently Clear & Connected Community!CCCC is a private monthly group membership for women. It's a place for those who are new to self-healing, looking for guidance and support for self-care practices, and those seeking to come back home to themselves and their vision for their life. If you feel stuck and want to find your passion, purpose, and fire for life in a guided, safe container that's budget-friendly, this membership is for you. Interested in becoming a member? Join the waitlist HERE!
: Episode 1954 - On this Monday episode, Vinnie Tortorich and co-host Anna Vocino talk money-driven talking heads, sticks and stones, his Fat Doc 3, phone consults, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2021/10/money-driven-talking-heads-sticks-and-stones-more-episode-1954 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS MONEY-DRIVEN TALKING HEADS There are talking heads on the TV and internet that talk nonsense. Sanjay Gupta is, in Vinnie's opinion, one of them. His opinions tend to be poorly backed. For example, there is weird support for sugar by some of these talking heads. Follow the money, see where it leads. Vinnie tries to break down people like this and more in his new documentary. He's tearing down everyone who is propagating BS. STICKS AND STONES Vinnie thinks we need to go back to sticks and stones. Don't let words affect you so much! If words piss you off, use them to motivate you. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 [the_ad id="17480"] PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH! FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.nsngfoods.com
Geraldine Carter is the founder of She Thinks Big Coaching, where she helps CPAs get out of the accounting rut. Her clients routinely double their margins in 6 months or less while working fewer hours. Geraldine holds a BS in Engineering from Cornell University, is the co-founder and CFO of a company where her cashflow forecasting models resulted in millions of dollars for climate change efforts. In her free time, she can be found mountain biking forested trails or running after her two small children in her hometown of Ketchum, ID. Websites and Handles:https://www.linkedin.com/in/geraldine-carter/https://PumpkinPlanYourBiz.com
On today's episode of ShrinkChicks, Emmalee and Jen introduce you all to Nikki, their ShrinkChicks producer and Head of Operations of The Therapy Group! She talks about how she got her job (hint: she was a listener who DM'ed Em and Jen), the steps she took to make a major career shift, the biggest surprise about working for Emmalee and Jen, imposter syndrome, her fear of public speaking, what she's calling BS on, and so much more! Tune in to hear her story! Thanks to this week's sponsors for supporting ShrinkChicks! We have these exclusive offers for our listeners: Dipsea: Sign up for an extended 30 day FREE trial when you go to dipseastories.com/shrink TrueBill: TrueBill is the new app that helps you identify and stop paying for subscriptions you don't need, want, or simply forgot about. Go to truebill.com/shrinkchicks to start cancelling today - it could save you thousands a year!
This week we're joined by Jennifer Bucholtz who is a member of the Case Breakers. She is a former U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent and a veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. She holds a BS in criminal justice, MA in criminal justice, and MS in forensic sciences. She is currently a criminal justice professor at AMU and is a private investigator and seeker of justice. We chat about the Zodiac Killer case, her work with the Case Breakers team, and she fills us in on a Texas case that she is currently working on. You don't want to miss this interview! Listen and Subscribe to Break the Case — a true-crime podcast providing listeners a front-seat ride with American Military University's Cold Case Team as they seek justice for homicide victims. If you'd like to be a part of the effort and follow along, join the Facebook group dedicated to getting justice for Debbie, Unsolved Murder of Deborah Sue Williamson (Deborah Agnew). -- Sources: The Last Zodiac Victim, Tahoe Daily Tribune, Break the Case - What Happened to Debbie Sue Williamson? -- You may now join us on Patreon or Buy us a Cocktail. Be sure to subscribe on Apple and leave a review, or, email us at email@example.com Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! Check out our website www.unitedstatesofmurder.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unitedstatesofmurder/support
Tessa Forshaw changed the way I teach high school students. After earning her BS degree in Australia, she came to the US and attended Stanford, where she earned her masters degree, and Harvard, where she teaches on the side as she pursues her Doctorate degree. In this podcast, we discuss her experiences at Harvard & Stanford, how she recommends people think about these schools when they need to choose one to attend (she had to choose between Stanford, Harvard, and Oxford), some of the brilliant ideas I learned while taking her Design Thinking class at Harvard, and her advice for ambitious teens.Tessa also leads the charge towards better business practices through her work at the Harvard Next Level Lab, and professionally as a top executive at People Rocket.
Better late than never! And it's worth the wait. In gold! We talk Steps, Spice Girls, Countdown for some reason, and this week's girl ground challenge which sees the queens face off to a pop and ballad version of BDE, and Emma Bunton oversee a Spice Girls runway. We also sound off about THAT ‘double shante' and the BS critiques of dear Charity Kase. Lap it up! @unitedqueendompodcast OR email at firstname.lastname@example.org www.patreon.com/UnitedQueendom SPONSORED BY KU BAR, SOHO, LONDON www.ku-bar.co.uk BOX MENSWEAR www.boxmenswear.com www.instagram.com/unitedqueendompodcast www.instagram.com/samdowlertime www.twitter.com/samdowler www.podtail.com/podcast/united-queendom-podcast/ open.spotify.com/show/0TDLmRw2eSeYCtODoZxjyR (Contains Explicit Content)
THỊ TRƯỜNG TIẾP TỤC ĐI NGANG TÍCH LŨY Ở VÙNG CAO HAY TRỒI SỤT ĐÓN KẾT QUẢ KINH DOANH QUÝ 3 VÀ REVIEW ETFs, ĐÁO HẠN PHÁI SINH Cùng tôi review kịch bản thị trường tuần mới và định hướng cho danh mục đầu tư nên tập trung vào những ngành nghề triển vọng nào, phân bổ nguồn vốn ra sao nhé bạn hữu! 00:00 – Tuyên bố trách nhiệm 1:57 – Chứng khoán Mỹ đã có ngày bùng nổ theo đà sau khi tạo đáy thành công. Kết quả kinh doanh của các doanh nghiệp lớn vượt kỳ vọng vào quý 3/2021 2:59 – Nỗi lo Evergrande dịu đi 5:00 – Đồ thị Dow Jones, S&P 500 6:00 – Lợi suất trái phiếu 10 năm của Mỹ 6:50 – Giá dầu, giá xăng 11:40 – Lạm phát dâng lên khắp thế giới 17:00 – Giá khí đốt tự nhiên 18:06 – Việt Nam: bình thường mới tiến tới bình thường 22:30 – Campuchia bắt đầu học tập Thái Lan về mở cửa nền kinh tế 25:30 – PE của Vnindex về mức hợp lý 33:50 – Bối cảnh “tiền rẻ” vẫn là xu hướng chủ đạo. Không giảm lãi suất nhưng khó tăng lãi suất. BĐS giá cao, thanh khoản chậm,… chứng khoán tốt 40:30 – Các ngành bạn nên quan tâm ⭕ Tìm hiểu và đăng ký sử dụng công cụ đầu tư KungfuStocksPro tại đây: https://bit.ly/Kungfu-Stocks-Pro
Garrett White is a husband, father, the founder of Wake Up, Warrior, Warrior Week, and the author of the Warrior Book. Garrett is known for his brutal delivery and no BS attitude when it comes to helping men live the life they were meant to live. In his book Wake Up, Warrior, Garrett uses these techniques to shake men by the shoulders and find their purpose and passion in life. He uses the tools he learned in his own life and shares them with men all around the world. Today, we are going to be talking about how we were born warriors with big dreams for our lives. However, many of us are getting beaten down and overwhelmed. We suffer silently and alone and have no idea how to break out and become the men we want to be. Garrett talks to us today about how we need to get clear on what we want or we'll lose everything. He stresses that men can't figure out their own lives if they're sitting around waiting for it to happen. You have to wake up and figure out how you can become better as a husband, father, and business owner. For the show notes and exclusive links mentioned in this episode go to https://thedadedge.com/340/ ———— Join the Free Dad Edge Facebook Group at gooddadproject.com/group. Apply for The Dad Edge Alliance at gooddadproject.com/alliance. Watch this interview on YouTube gooddadproject.com/youtube. Follow us on Instagram at @thedadedge! FREE RESOURCE – 21 Days to an Extraordinary Marriage
This week, Neil discusses a very special sub-group of his very own students – a group he likes to refer to as “The Remedials”. All tutors will have come across students like this in their tutoring journey. In this episode Neil shares his thoughts on how to get the best out of them. KEY TAKEAWAYS A remedial is a long-time practitioner of their craft, who has become stuck in their ways. Sometimes it takes an external perspective for them to move forward. It doesn't matter where you come from in life or how skilled you are in your field, the influence of a tutor can always be beneficial. Change comes incrementally. Look for the areas in which you wish to improve and then focus and refine. BEST MOMENTS “I've had multiple moments of insight and clarity” “I'm a bit of a contrarian, I like to run against the grain of things” “Many of them want to move on. This is when I get the Obi Wan Kenobi phone call” VALUABLE RESOURCES Listen to The Tutor Podcast on the Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tutor-podcast/id1369191372)! Build Your Online Course Week 1: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/build-your-online-course/id1369191372?i=1000477109724 Course Planning Week 2: Who Am I?: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/build-your-online-course/id1369191372?i=1000477109724 Who are They? (Know Your Punters): https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/who-are-they-know-your-punters/id1369191372?i=1000478984529 Read the Weird Things Guitarists Do book by Neil Cowmeadow, which is available now on Amazon. Link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Weird-Things-Guitarists-Do-Misconceptions/dp/1519026579/ Contact Neil via this website - com! ABOUT THE HOST Neil Cowmeadow is a maverick peripatetic guitar teacher from Telford with over 19 years' experience in the business of helping people. Learn how to start, grow and love your business with Neil's invaluable advice and tips without the buzzwords and BS! CONTACT METHOD email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As a certified Reiki Master and Reiki teacher, people constantly ask how does distance Reiki healing works? It's easy to wrap our minds around sending love or prayers, but receiving healing energy from a distance can be complicated to comprehend. I get it because I was a skeptic until I became a Reiki practitioner. If someone said to me, "I'm sending you healing from miles away," there was a time when I'd call BS. My Virgo mindset wouldn't allow me to believe it is possible to receive healing from a distance. Nowadays, I use distance Reiki weekly, and I get to hear directly from my clients how this type of energy healing can relax and help promote healing that they didn't think was possible from afar. If you've never had a Reiki session, this episode will help you understand how Reiki works remotely when a practitioner is in California, and the client is across the country, and why you should give it a try. We'll discuss: - What is distance Reiki? - How distance Reiki works and what happens in a session - Why I prefer distance Reiki to an in-person session- Advice for skeptics - How you can learn to use distance Reiki Show notes: Be sure to also join the Hella Well With Danielle newsletter for my biggest ah-ha moments from each episode and special announcements. Sign up at http://hellawellwithdanielle.com/join-wellness-revolution/.Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe, rate, and review.
Maria talks non sexual terms-used for SEX....Legendary rocker Carmie Appice joins us with car issues..... The Mayor helps out again with "Yes or BS" an episode of F My LIFE. and "Reasons to leave your hotel immediately".
Welcome to Protecting Your Nest with Dr. Tony Hampton. Esther Blum is a widely respected Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach. She is a bestselling author, a recognized industry expert, and was voted Best Nutritionist by Manhattan Magazine. She has a virtual coaching practice where she works with her clients to lose weight, balance hormones, heal their gut, and reverse chronic health struggles. She earned a BS in Clinical Nutrition from Simmons College and an MS in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. Esther is also a Registered Dietitian, a Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist, a Certified Nutrition Specialist, and is a member of the American Dietetic Association, Dietitians in Functional Medicine, Nutritionists in Complementary Care, and the Connecticut Dietetic Association. In this discussion, Tony and Esther talk about the spiritual, physical, and emotional basics of health, the disruptive effect that technology has on sleep quality, the importance of being in touch with your reasons for desiring change, being honest with yourself, the upside down food pyramid, the value of staying active and eating real food, the nutritional benefits of eating red meat, the factors that make a dietary approach effective for a specific individual, the usage of supplements, and the importance of getting to know your patients or clients in order to help them. Thank you for listening to Protecting Your Nest. For additional resources and information, please see the links below. Links: Esther Blum: Instagram Website YouTube Dr. Tony Hampton: Book Website Instagram Account Facebook Page LinkedIn Account Youtube Account Advocate Aurora Healthcare Profile Dr. Hampton's Low Carb Corner (Diet Doctor) Dr. Tony Hampton's Diet Doctor Author Page Dr. Hampton's patient handout
Certified personal trainer vs. qualified personal trainer. Today I sit down with Dwayne Wimmer of Vertex Fitness in Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania. We discuss the personal fitness training industry and the things fitness trainers need to know that they are not being taught when they study for their fitness certification. This is a replay of a previous episode which I hope you enjoy. Connect with Dwayne Wimmer https://www.vertexfit.com/ Order my rhabdo book My rhabdo book is user-friendly and information-packed. Everyone who works out or is a fitness coach needs to know about rhabdomyolysis. If you are in the US, order it directly from me. Purchase My Rhabdo Book Order on Amazon ================ My YouTube Channel ================== Support The Podcast Here's how you can support the podcast Click Here to contribute monthly or any amount to PayPal: Venmo: @ Joe-Cannon-38 (any amount) ============== I'm Joe Cannon. I have an MS degree in exercise science and BS degree in biology & chemistry. I'm an authority on dietary supplements, personal fitness training, and the author of several books including Rhabdo, the first book about exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis. Connect with me: Joe-Cannon.com SupplementClarity.com My books: All my books on Amazon Disclaimer: Episodes are for information only. I'm not a medical doctor. No medical advice is given or implied. Always consult your doctor for the best health advice for you. I participate in the Amazon Associates program.
I know, it's been a while... things have been crazy busy around here and this is the busiest month of the year for us at ETGS. So to help out with things I'm gonna a help out with your Para-Talk fix. Over the remainder of October we will be releasing 3 new episodes. Starting with this one. So please forgive and enjoy! In this first episode I'm sharing that was originally recorded in August and never released it went weird... Imagine that.... What started out to be a BS episode Mike brought a topic to the table that left us all a little baffled and scratching our heads. So, after listening share with us your thoughts. Trust me I'm sure you'll have some....
Joseph Larsen runs an Engineering YouTube channel (Joko Engineering) with over 32K followers, in which he covers tutorials on SolidWorks, FreeCAD, Calculus, Engineering, Turbocharging dynamics and more. He also works a Medical Device Handle Design Engineer at W. L. Gore & Associates. He graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University. Rafael, our co-host, met Joseph via YouTube when he was looking for resources to pass the SolidWorks CSWP exam. Little did they both know, that they both lived in Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph Larsen Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-larsen-74786a72/ Joko Engineering YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-CubOaooNwC-3RBKUoAOQQ Pass CSWP with 100%: https://youtu.be/zJXQxtx5e4s Cohost: Rafael Testai https://www.linkedin.com/in/testai/ The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us.
#90 Doug and Doug and TPI certified golf fitness coach, Carolina Romero (Fit Golfer Girl) are back to talk about how to get into golf shape, during the "off-season". Plus they play, Birdies? Or BS? Find us on our socials @BirdiesNotBS on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and submit your questions online: at BirdiesNotBS.com ABOUT BIRDIES NOT BS: Golf expert Doug Smith and friends, take a modern approach to the golfing experience while answering the most popular questions the new generation of golfers have today, in less time than it takes you to order a take-out meal. Every week during the golf season they answer a new question related to not just the game, but the lifestyle surrounding it. Even that golf question you have but won't ask out loud. We sift through all the high-brow BS and give you what you really need to know to live your freshest golf life, from the course to the barbecue. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or just gripping a club for the first time, Birdies Not BS is for you, the new generation of golfer who demands a more approachable and modern game. ----more---- EPISODE CREDITS: Producer, Maribel Quezada Smith Sound Engineer, Julian Rodriguez Theme music by Ricardo Pujol
In my life, there is almost NO consistency. Which can be awesome for spontaneous journeys or trips and fun nights-in doing silly things with my daughter and husband. But it can also be an absolute pain in the butt when it comes to the simple things in my marriage like who is cooking dinner, or who is picking our kid up from school or even who is going to be home that weekend! To minimize the chaos (and keep us both semi-sane), my husband and I have LOTS of conversations about these things that most people would already know well in advance because their life is… well, consistent! This has been a learning journey for both of us and it's gotten better as we've grown and found out more about ourselves and each other. This is especially true around us setting and honoring boundaries and being really clear about them. When our boundaries are clear, it's a lot easier to manage the other stuff. This episode is really about how to set boundaries like a Buddha - saying no and making requests while standing in your power, being clear, compassionate, and full of love… and NOT trying to control people, which can be a really “sticky” part of this. One thing to understand when setting healthy boundaries is the concept of “The Manual.” This is all the expectations we have of how we want others to behave in order for us to avoid being uncomfortable. You may not know what's in your manual until someone isn't following it. Then suddenly you're like “Oh, shit. You're not who I thought you were.” Well, it would be more correct to say, “I had certain expectations and thoughts about you that are no longer valid.” Not sure what your manual looks like? You can start by asking yourself some of these questions whenever someone stops following yours: • How did you expect that person to behave and why? • How would you feel if they behaved in that way? • Do we want them to behave like that, even if they don't want to? (Head to BoundariesTraining.com for a free training I did to explore The Manual more) What's important to remember about the Manual is that trying to control people does not work. Trust me. I've tried it. We also need to remember that we are all completely 100% loveable as we are. And when we accept that, we can stop putting so much weight into how others behave because we don't need that external validation to experience worthiness. What about healthy boundaries vs unhealthy boundaries? Healthy boundaries come from a place of accepting the other person gets to be who they are instead of trying to force them to act a certain way so you can control them. It's really about what we do in a situation where we wish that someone else wouldn't act how they are, and also accepting that we cannot control or change their actions ourselves. Not legally anyway. Healthy boundaries aren't for the little things, like your partner not putting his dirty socks in the laundry basket or the way your friend tells annoying jokes that you find boring. The truth here is that they can do that and we can focus on managing our minds so we can get over it. For real. A healthy boundary protects your physical space, health, and safety and your emotional / mental space, health and safety. It's for the bigger things. This is REALLY important to grock, because there's a difference between protecting your emotional space and not wanting to be uncomfortable. We also see this come up with people who invade your space like coming over unannounced all the time, or who verbally abuse you when you talk to them. We are also seeing this come up a lot these days in how people with differing values have to navigate their friendships, family relationships and community with boundaries around their preferences for COVID mitigation, right? Here's another super important point: healthy boundaries are focused on YOUR actions, not on making someone else behave a certain way. It's about what YOU do if someone violates your physical or emotional space, health, and safety. It's, “If you come over unannounced, I won't answer the doorbell even if I'm home.” “If you yell at me, I‘m going to leave the room.” Let's say you're someone who does not want to hang out indoors without a mask on. You can tell a friend, “If you want to hang out inside without a mask on, I'll have to decline, or I can suggest something outside for us to do.” Your boundary should also be something you will follow through on. Often, we create a situation by not enforcing our boundaries, and yet we blame the other person (BTW this is not applicable to situations like IPV where enforcing boundaries can literally be life-threatening – more on that in the pod). Think about the parent who constantly threatens a kid but never follows through. Adults respond the same way a kid does if they think a boundary won't be enforced. They will push it and not take it seriously. Some people ask me if they have to actually tell someone about a boundary they have. This isn't always necessary, but it can be helpful with clear communication. Other times, you can just keep it to yourself. Trust your inner wisdom on this and remember that the boundary is for you. In this episode I also give you 5 questions you can ask yourself when you see the need for a boundary to help you set up and maintain a healthy boundary. There's a lot more in the episode, but here's the final thing I want to say about boundaries here: None of this means we can't make requests. We can say “Do you mind picking your dirty socks up and putting them in the laundry?” “Could you cook dinner twice a week? I'd love that.” But we cannot make our emotional well-being dependent on whether people meet those requests or no, because I really really want you to be putting your energy towards things you can control (which is not other people). They can love you and NOT want to do that. Or even NOT love you and want to do that! Those are separate things. Trust me. When you can set healthy boundaries - when you can say NO from a place of self-love and compassion and calm - you are saying YES to your inherent worthiness and love-ability which is already yours 100%. You're saying YES to the life you were meant to live. So, get out there and set some boundaries so that you can spend your energy on creating an amazing life - and NOT on trying to control other people's behavior! Life is too short for BS like that, amiright? In this Episode you will learn:// What The Manual is and how to identify it in your life and relationships// 5 questions to ask yourself when setting a healthy boundary// The difference between a boundary and an ultimatum// What is “worthy” of a boundary vs something you could make a request for (and how to deal with it if they say, “No thanks.”// If and when to tell others about your boundary// How to enforce a boundary from a place of love and compassion and not anger and resentment Resources:// Check out Episode 16, How to Improve Any Relationship //Want to know more about how to create boundaries like a Buddha? Grab my free training on how to set boundaries that actually work – and how to do this from a place of kindness and compassion. www.BoundariesTraining.com// If you're new to the squad, grab the starter kit I created at RebelBuddhist.com. It has all you need to start creating a life of more freedom, adventure, and purpose. You'll get access to the private Facebook group where you can ask me questions! Once you join, there's also a weekly FB live called Wake the F*ck Up Wednesday, where you can ask questions that come up as you do this work – in all parts of your life.// If you're interested in finding out more about how to free your mind and free your life, join Freedom School. Enrollment is open, and we are diving DEEP into ways to cultivate clarity and courage so you can create your best life. There are also some sweet bonus courses for you there. It will set you up to live the best version of you in the year to come. Learn more at JoinFreedomSchool.com.
Welcome to Dev Game Club, where this week we complete our series on BioShock. We delve into the end and endings of the game, and of course address our takeaways.Dev Game Club looks at classic video games and plays through them over several episodes, providing commentary. Sections played: Finished the game! Issues covered: Brett's terrible fathering, Big Daddy issues, developing Suchong more as a character, Yellow Peril, leaning into pulp, being like a ship, turning the lower classes via demogoguery, leaning on the Irish, tracing the arc of Diane McClintock, using abstraction to hide real harm, character dualities, turning you into a Big Daddy, seeing the evolution and development of the program, putting the big boots on, fully integrating the backstory into the level and narrative design, redesigning to support the movement of the Big Daddy, changing the perspective, moving from alien camera views to first-person perspective, forcing the section where you protect the Little Sister, being paranoid about keeping the Little Sister alive, playing this section on Hard, BioShock 2 as a better-playing game, handing you the syringe, also becoming a Little Sister, where the series goes from here, the specificity of the series, how to adapt the themes of the series repeatedly, the point of no return, the boss working on paper and maybe not in-game as much, Fontaine being under-developed, still getting Ryan's story after his death, not knowing enough about Fontaine before meeting Ryan, the binary that drives the bad ending, becoming like your fathers, unmotivated world monstrosity, the good ending, doing something other games hadn't, BS jobs, failures of capitalism, a shooter with the heart of an immersive sim, greater approachability, two senses of place (sight and sound), high production values, ease of use/play how you like to/forgiving design. Games, people, and influences mentioned or discussed: Fu Manchu, Titanic, Ratchet & Clank, Revenge of the Jedi, 2K Games, Cloud Chamber Studios, Activision, Call of Duty, Fallout, Star Wars, Metroid, Prometheus, Alien, Six Feet Under, The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand, Bullshit Jobs, David Graeber, Debt: The First 5000 Years, Occupy Wall Street, Dishonored 2, Prey, God of War (series), Portal, Control, Kirk Hamilton, Aaron Evers, Mark Garcia. Next time: Bonus: the sequels! Twitch: brettdouville or timlongojr, instagram:timlongojr, Twitter: @timlongojr and @devgameclub DevGameClub@gmail.com
In January 2015, Martin and Teresa Van Breda were enjoying having their oldest son, 22 year old Rudi home from university in Australia. The family's other two children, 20 year old Henri and 16 year old Marli, also lived with their parents in the town of Stellenbosch in the south west of South Africa. Marli was nearing the end of her high school education. Like Rudi, Henri had also been studying in Australia, but dropped out of university and moved back home in 2014, to take a ‘gap year' to reconsider his plans.Like many upper middle class South Africans, the family lived in a secure, gated, luxury housing estate. For all its beauty and cultural diversity, the risks associated with both visiting and living in South Africa are oftentimes confronting. The country is known for its high rates of violent crime, including murder, rape, carjacking, robbery and home invasions. Violent crimes such as home invasions occur not just at night, but at all hours of the day. Many intruders prefer to break into homes when occupants are home, so they can readily hand over concealed valuables while any alarms are deactivated. For many privileged families, opting to live in a gated community with 24 hour security provides reassurance that the risk of home invasions is minimal. Most of the time, that is.CW: family violence, drug use-Visit us online at obscuracrimepodcast.com-Support Obscura on Patreon and unlock the exclusive Black Label episodes: www.patreon.com/obscuracrimepodcastEpisode Sponsors: Get key nutrients without the BS. Ritual is offering Obscura listeners 10% off during your first 3 months. Visit Ritual.com/obscura to start your Ritual today.
Rachel Richards. At the age of 27, she quit her job and retired, and now living off over $15,000 per month in passive income. She is on a mission to empower female millennials to take control of their financial future.Financial coach for millennials. Bestselling author of "Money Honey," and "Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement." Real estate investor with almost 40 rental units. A former financial advisor with a BS in Financial Economics from Centre College.And she believes we are in a financial education crisis we're going to talk about and so much more.In our conversation, we discussed:Way to approach the entire concept of retirementPassive income streams and royalty incomeWhere you invest in a rental property?Connect with Rachel Richardshttps://capitalgainstaxsolutions.com/empowering-female-millennials-to-be-in-control-of-their-financial-future-with-rachel-richards/Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Community today:capitalgainstaxsolutions.comCapital Gains Tax Solutions FacebookCapital Gains Tax Solutions Twitter
Matt and Scott discuss how you can save time in the gym, because we know (with rare exception) you lift to live not live to lift. LP workouts shouldn't take that long. Early workouts should realistically take about 45 minutes. This will increase to 60 minutes as you rest more and the weights go up. They should NOT take more than 90 minutes. If you're in a hurry, warm up for your next exercise between work sets. Also, start with short rest periods (2 minutes). This can increase, but upper body exercises require less rest and lower require more, but if you're pressed for time you don't need to rest more than 5 minutes. If you have the time, by all means rest longer, but WHO CARES if you're NOT DOING THE PROGRAM perfectly because you can't rest 12 minutes between squat sets. If you're even more pressed for time, you can use the 4-day split for LP, with 2 exercises (squat & deadlift one day, press and bench press the other). This results in shorter workouts. You can also do 1 lift a day if you're in a huge rush. Having a home gym helps as well. This eliminates the commute time. Lastly, lots of people are “busy” doing BS. Think about how you can reduce or eliminate some of that BS. GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. No discount code needed and includes a 10-day, no obligation trial. https://bit.ly/2MKeOoh Special offers from BLOC and our partners: https://barbell-logic.com/offers/ Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram The Website Barbell Logic on Facebook firstname.lastname@example.org