Best-selling author and serendipity researcher Dr. Christian Busch Groundbreaking serendipity researcher and best-selling author Dr. Christian Busch spent the past 10 years figuring out a science-based approach to creating good luck. He says we're looking at luck incorrectly. Connect the Dots: The Art and Science of Creating Good Luck is the culmination of his decade of research on serendipity, including his study of people who work in film. In this episode, we dive into how you can change your trajectory for the better by accelerating your good luck.
I did not know how beneficial fiber was prior to this conversation and I wouldn't even have been able to tell you fiber was only found in plants. I'm excited about this episode though. I had a blast researching and preparing for this conversation. It has been a while since I've dug deep into a health-focused subject. Our last was with Dr. Jennifer Reid in August when we talked about sleep, and looking at the numbers, I know you are interested in health topics. Joining me today on the podcast today are the Co-Founders of Florasophy, an organic soluble fiber supplement. Megan Barnett and Lee Carson created this company after Megan stumbled across the incredible benefits of soluble fiber and began using it in her functional medicine clinic. Megan and Lee both believe in a science-based approach to alleviating health issues and focusing on preventive health in order to stay out of the medical system. Getting adequate daily fiber, particularly soluble fiber, is an easy step someone can take. If you want to know all the benefits of fiber and what foods you can eat to get to a suitable level, you're in the right place. We'll be discussing that plus other health related topics like Megan's opinion on intermittent fasting and an explanation on what the heck microbiome is. Key Takeaways: How Lee's experience with her mom motivated her to stay out of the western medical system and focus on preventive health Why Megan went from “Busch-drinking, cigarette smoking” general contractor to a dietician What is microbiome and gut health? Adding weight training to your weekly routine for a balanced, preventive exercise program What is fiber and why is it beneficial for our health? Using fiber to help with imbalanced hormones How much fiber should you be eating and what should I eat? Who might benefit from intermittent fasting…and who wouldn't? When should you supplement? Mentions: Karen Hurd (The Bean Queen) More of Megan and Lee: https://thinkflorasophy.com/ (discount code is TheStruggleIsReal20) More of TSIR: Find show notes and more at https://www.tsirpodcast.com/ Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/tsirpod/
The only thing better than one host named Andy? TWO HOSTS named Andy! We are proud to announce our new addition to the Bunker with our co-host Andy Lockhart! We've got a lot to celebrate this week as we've taken down the undefeated birds on Monday Night Football. Crack open an ice cold Busch lite and put on your Jordans because its officially Heinicke Szn.
This week Jeremy talks to Raygun Busch - Vocalist of the band Chat Pile On this episode Raygun and Jeremy talk about the KoRn challenge, Oklahoma City, Rumpshaker, Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?, his solo project Randy Rulz, Sonic Youth, HBO's Reverb, Bright Eyes, his first recording experiences, making short films, the genesis of Chat Pile, their relationship with Portrayal of Guilt, The Flenser, and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Raygon answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER
Just one quick note before we begin ... pace car? Did somebody say PACE CAR?!?In the first of what will be three blockbuster installments, Robert Pressley talks about the role moonshine played on racing in and around his hometown of Asheville, North Carolina. The son of local stock-car legend Bob Pressley, Robert also remembers his father's many on- and off-track confrontations and the impact they had on his own driving career.Robert then takes us through a chance meeting with future NBA superstar and current NASCAR on NBC analyst Brad Daugherty, as well as the relationship they forged on the way up the racing ladder.Hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid then dig into the August 17, 1989 newly renamed WINSTON CUP Scene.For the second week in a row, we'll take a look at a Rusty Wallace victory at Watkins Glen … but this one is MUCH different than the one we discussed in last week's episode. Rusty scored the win despite several issues that day, including a lawsuit he'd filed recently against team owner Raymond Beadle.Darrell Waltrip's tire carrier was struck on pit road by Dale Earnhardt and fellow future NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham works either his first or ONE OF HIS FIRST races as a Winston Cup crew chief. Tom Cruise is at the track, supposedly thinking about a movie based on NASCAR.Robert Pressley beats Tommy Houston and Tommy Ellis at Orange County to collect the first win of his Busch Series career. Winston Cup Director Dick Beaty shows his humorous side with a practical joke or two and Joe Whitlock shows us once again why he was the greatest writer ever to step foot in a NASCAR media center.NOTE: This show is not associated in any way with American City Business Journals, owner of the Scene brand.Interested in The Scene Vault Podcast T-shirts? Check out thescenevault.com and click on SHOP to see what we have available!Please consider supporting this show via:patreon.com/thescenevaultpodcastpaypal.me/thescenevaultpodcastvenmo.com/thescenevaultpodcast
Its time to travel back to the 90s as Experience Designer and Bezark Senior Producer Diana O'Rourke joins the guys. Will their pitches show her "The Sign" or will they simply leave her "Torn" and feeling like it might just be "Closing Time".Visit our WebsiteClick Here to Watch the Visual PodcastCheck us out on FacebookFollow us on InstagramHosts: Spencer Frankeberger, Chris Bunyi and Brad WestEditor: Kate West
We have all been hearing the word recession thrown around a lot. So, we're asking, how bad will the economy get? To hopefully put our minds at ease and answer some of these burning questions, we are very grateful to welcome back Economic Futurist (and the great calmer-downer) Andy Busch to share his thoughts about where we're heading and what we can expect. If you've been worrying about what is coming in the world of finance and want some insight into what you can expect, you simply can't afford to miss this episode! For access to FULL SHOW NOTES, including video and links, visit https://www.speakerlauncher.com/category/podcasts/
The dads get fancy talking about their kids and how much candy and Busch they got on the candy trails! Is it weird one time a year we throw out the "don't trust people you don't know" methodology and say to our children - go on, knock on that strangers door and grab some cady! Welcome to Adventures in Dadland, a show about two dads talking about their experience raising kids in this crazy time we live it. This week the dads talk Halloween, bringing a stuft animal to class, and very quickly some DnD with the kids. Find a great spot, kick up those feet and jump in for a ride! We love that you're here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventures-in-dadland/support
Door Bumper Clear is back from Homestead-Miami Speedway to break down the second race of the Round of 8 for the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are joined by FOX Sports host Kaitlyn Vincie to talk about how she got started in NASCAR, the possibility of doing play-by-play in the future, and her husband's career as a crew chief. Then, they talk about Kyle Larson dominating the race on the high line, Freddie's hotel trouble, and research Florida man stories. First up in Spot On, Spot Off, Bubba Wallace became the first Cup driver suspended for an on-track incident since Matt Kenseth in 2015. The crew discusses if they agree with the suspension and why NASCAR needs to keep the penalty the same going forward. Plus, Freddie breaks down John Hunter Nemechek's weekend in the No. 45 car. Marty Snider said that NBC Sports was declined by Bubba Wallace for a pre-race zoom interview. The table talks about when they think it will be the appropriate time for Wallace to make public comments and what his reception in the garage will be like at Martinsville. Plus, Freddie labels the interview request as clickbait. Kyle Larson spun leader Martin Truex Jr. on pit road during the final pit stop on Sunday. They explain what factors lead to Truex spinning and applaud the pit crew for completing the pit stop. William Byron holds the final Cup Series Championship 4 spot by 5 points over Denny Hamlin heading into the Martinsville cutoff race. The gang breaks down what each driver has to do to make it to Phoenix and predicts what the racing at Martinsville will look like. Then, Kyle Busch called out Joe Gibbs Racing for not resigning him in the docuseries. They talk about how big Busch's offer from JGR was and why he shouldn't have turned it down. Finally, Denny Hamlin says he would rather have 60 wins in his career than a championship. The crew talks about why the championship has lost its prestige and why they would rather win certain races over getting lucking in the finale to win a title. Plus, does TJ think Hamlin is a Hall of Famer yet? In Reaction Theatre, hear fans call in about wanting the championship race back at Homestead, Larson spinning Truex, Jason's experience at the Panthers game, and a rap about Sunday's race. Later, the group weighs in on NASCAR and tracks using on-track incidents that resulted in penalties to promote upcoming races. Then, hear what is Kaitlyn's favorite interview she has done so far in her career. Finally, find out what to expect at Martinsville this weekend and who everyone is picking as the DBC Picks championship comes down to the wire. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm. Risk-Free Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week I'm speaking with an all-around legend, Bradley Busch, co-author of The Science of Learning, 99 Studies that Every Teacher Needs to Know. Bradley works at InnerDrive, a UK-based professional development company that specializes in bringing the science of learning to life through fantastic visuals, workshops, and webinars. If you follow my blog, educationrickshaw.com, … Continue reading S2E11: Bradley Busch on Illuminating the Science of Learning
"Busch, Bubba and So Much More" After a wild weekend at Las Vegas, Matt is full of stuff to talk about! From Kurt Busch's announcement about his future to Bubba Wallace's retaliation against Kyle Larson, to the historic ARCA West series race that saw a mother compete against her daughter. All that and so very much more
Good morning from The Marc Cox Morning Show! This morning, Marc Cox discusses the CDC's recommendation for Covid vaccines for kids, and the St Louis Bourbon festival. Carl is training for the Honor flight and U.S. District Judge Henry Autrey dismisses efforts to halt relieving student loan debt. We replay the Griff Jenkins interview where Griff and Marc Cox discuss Biden's attack on fossil fuels And in the final segment, Marc talks about how Billy Busch goes against his sister and says how out of touch she is and why he (Busch) is backing Eric Schmitt. Later Tonya Powers will join Marc to talk about the supreme court weighing in on Student loan forgiveness.
NASCAR is at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend. Hear Ross Chastain, Chase Elliott, Chase Briscoe and Christopher Bell talk about race two in round three of the Cup Series Playoff. Plus Kyle Busch jokes about what it would mean to get the 200th win for Joe Gibbs.
In this week's final installment with Brendan Gaughan, he gives his side of the story in the infamous Jim-Smith-can-kiss-my-ass incident, which cost him a $10,000 fine AND the 2003 Craftsman Truck Series championship.After that, Brendan breaks down his lone full-time Cup season with Doug Bobble and Roger Penske, his up-and-down return to the truck series, finding success again with team owner Richard Childress and … finally … how Ryan Newman's wreck and COVID helped convince him that it was time to hang up his helmet … at least when it came to NASCAR.In our second segment, hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid page through the November 20, 2003 issue of Winston Cup Scene. Matt Kenseth, Brian Vickers and Travis Kvapil are honored as champions of their respective NASCAR divisions at Homestead … with the Busch and Craftsman Truck Series crowns coming down to the wire in HISTORIC season-finale battles.NOBODY'S happy after the truck race, except for Kvapil, due to one of the most chaotic conclusions to a NASCAR title bout EVER. Brendan Gaughan tells rival team owner Jim Smith to kiss his behind on live television and Smith and his driver Ted Musgrave are furious with NASCAR after the final restart.Homestead also marks the final race for RJ Reynolds' title sponsorship of the Winston Cup Series, and Bobby Labonte wins it after Bill Elliott blows a tire on the final lap.Kyle Busch was all set to make his Cup debut, but his entire car winds up getting confiscated by NASCAR. And … last but not least … Sterling Marlin is cleared of all charges after being sued in connection to an alleged assault during a Caribbean cruise.NOTE: This show is not associated in any way with American City Business Journals, owner of the Scene brand.Interested in The Scene Vault Podcast T-shirts? Check out thescenevault.com and click on SHOP to see what we have available!Please consider supporting this show via: www.patreon.com/thescenevaultpodcastwww.paypal.me/thescenevaultpodcastwww.venmo.com/thescenevaultpodcast
When the dust settled on the 2022 Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. got to fulfill a broadcasting bucket list item: declaring that the No. 43 was the winner. On this week's episode of The Dale Jr. Download, he and co-host Mike Davis sit down with the man who helped make it possible, the Petty GMS driver of the No. 43 NASCAR Cup Series car, Erik Jones. Erik's start in racing came when his mother read in a magazine about children competing in quarter midgets. Soon after, his father, Dave, bought a car, a book on set-ups, and the Jones family racing operation was off and running. At the age of 12, he graduated into the pure stock class and explains that after his first outing he was told by tech officials not to return due to his on-track aggression. Erik got his first big break in his racing career when he got the call to shake down Kyle Busch's late model at the Nashville Fairgrounds. The connection came through spotter Brandon Lines, and even though he had limited seat time in a super late model, he was able to produce impressive lap times at the famed oval. When Erik scored his biggest victory to date later that year in the Snowball Derby, beating out Busch to do so, a lasting impression was made. Not long after that Busch and executives at Toyota Racing were lobbying on behalf of Erik, and the efforts led to an agreement with Joe Gibbs Racing. Once he was sitting in the Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 51 truck, Erik's meteoric rise through NASCAR's national series began. He notched his first Truck Series victory in just his fifth attempt and went on to win the series championship in his rookie season. He also made waves in the Xfinity racing pool, winning six times through 2015 and ‘16. Erik explains that since he was having on-track success, he didn't apply himself as much outside of the race car as he could have. When he arrived on the Cup scene in 2017, the unprecedented grind put a magnifying glass on his lack of preparation. Erik's transition into the premiere division of stock car racing was made difficult by another factor as well: the loss of his father in 2016. As the racing season began, his father was diagnosed with stage-four melanoma. Erik would fly to and from Michigan while competing full-time in the Xfinity Series to spend as much time with his father as he could. He and Dale relate to the process of having conversations with a parent in their final stage of life and having the opportunity to be completely honest and open with them. Erik explains that competing in the Cup Series was a shared dream for him and his father, and his perception changed in the wake of his passing. The conversation also covers Erik's release from Joe Gibbs Racing following the 2020 season. Erik gives great insight into the vulnerability and embarrassment a driver experiences when being let go from a race team. He recalls the painful ordeal of having to tell his family and friends as well as having to finish out the season with a crew that he would be leaving at the end of the year. Erik channeled positivity through the low point and eventually became excited at the prospect of a new start. That opportunity came in 2021 when he signed on with Petty GMS to take over the famed No. 43 ride. After the challenging process of having to start over, the team has turned around in the 2022 season with Erik scoring a major victory at the Southern 500 and being in contention for wins week in and week out. Through it all, Erik has been resilient through the ebb and flow of the racing world and it appears that his brightest days still lie ahead. DIRTY AIR Response to the Ben Kennedy episode Bubba Wallace and Kyle Larson's dust-up at Vegas Kurt Busch retiring from full-time competition Cole Custer's future with SHR ASKJR presented by Xfinity Dale's updated final fours for Cup and Xfinity Innovation fishing tournaments Repaving of Rockingham New iRacing Championship trophy To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
10-18 Segment 4 - Text line gives health advice - Busch introduces new 'Dog Brew' - Evaluating our weekly segment with Harrison Bader - Media personalities too close to athletes - Forgetting peoples' names - Mizzou/Vanderbilt game
Joey Logano and Ross Chastain had a great battle to the end, but Logano would walk away from sin city locked in to the Championship Four! We also discuss a giant elephant in the room for an on track incident.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Cole Custer's penalty, and possibly being moved out of the 41 car, Kurt Busch retirement, and Dodge pulling out of talks with NASCAR!Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Homestead Miami Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comXfinity race: Josh BerryCup race: Joey Logano lead 2 times for 32 lapsHighlights: 3 hrs 4 min 10 seconds8 cautions for 42 laps18 lead changes among 11 drivers1 logano 2 chastain 3 Busch 4 Briscoe 5 HamlinNext week preview: We're heading to Homestead MiamiTrucks on track Saturday 1pm on FS1 for the Baptist Health Cancer Care 200Xfinity on track Saturday 4:30 on USA for the Contender Boats 300Cup on track Sunday 2:30 on NBC for the Dixie Vodka 400Bumpnrunpod.com
Door Bumper Clear returns from Las Vegas Motor Speedway to recap the first race of the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft discuss their casino experiences, running into Kyle Larson, and the biggest jackpot Brett has ever won. First in Spot On, Spot Off, the crew breaks down Bubba Wallace wrecking and fighting Kyle Larson after Larson ran Wallace up the track and into the wall off Turn 4. The guys explain why the start was just a racing incident and discuss why Wallace's actions were unacceptable. Plus, Wallace's spotter Freddie shares his point of view from the accident. Next, Ross Chastain and Chase Briscoe weren't able to hold on to the win and clinch their spot in the Championship 4 as Joey Logano passed them late. The spotters applaud Briscoe for his recovery after a rough first half of the race and react to Chastain losing the win late and what his moves say about his mindset in the playoffs. Kurt Busch announced his retirement and that Tyler Reddick will replace him in the No. 45 car next year. They discuss how Busch's concussion was bigger than anybody expected and how big of an asset he has been for 23XI Racing this year. NASCAR penalized Cole Custer for race manipulation at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The table explains why they should have taken action for Chase Elliott at Bristol last year if using the same logic and predict there will be more manipulation at this upcoming Martinsville playoff cutoff race. Finally, Dodge has reportedly pulled out of talks to rejoin NASCAR. The guys reveal what team they were potentially looking to join and why NASCAR lowering the horsepower is not attracting more manufacturers. In Reaction Theatre, fans call in about Hailie Deegan's Xfinity Series debut, Bubba Wallace wrecking Kyle Larson, and a rap about Sunday's race. Later, hear which spotters may be on the move this off-season, major controversy in DBC picks, and expectations for Homestead-Miami Speedway in the new car. Thank you to our presenting sponsor Offerpad and partners Xfinity and RacingUSA.com for making this show possible. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jennifer Jones Lee hosts your Monday morning Wake Up Call. Did you get rained on over the weekend? California finally got a taste of Fall weather. Despite calls to defund the police, many cities have increased their funding of law enforcement. Trump's Truth Social social media app is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission. And inflation continues to negatively impact the holiday season as Christmas is right around the corner and rising prices have no 'chill'. And despite a historical season, the Dodgers have been eliminated from Postseason contention as their bats went as cold as the weather.
"Aren't these daughters of Persia retelling that myth [Shahnameh] as we speak - they put their hair down, Rudabeh put her hair down. This time maybe from this union there will now be a baby girl that will be born. This new epic female hero will transform this land. Something has happened - it's an event, and whether we like it or not there is going to be a before and after. We observe the best of Rudabeh's daughter in every single one of these girls. We know in psychoanalysis that these things are not something that can just happen - that the birth of the subject is a process and this birth of Rudabeh's daughter has been long overdue. It has been a long time in the making, and I am sorry…I get very emotional, but I look forward to her becoming." Episode Description: We begin by acknowledging the political turmoil currently surrounding and impacting our conversation about psychoanalysis in Iran. We discuss the nature of foreignness both as a geographical entity and an intrapsychic experience. Gohar recognizes the essential subversive spirit of discovering one's authentic voice and challenges efforts to homogenize one's identity in an artificial search for sameness. Tolerating discomfort is for her a hallmark of analytic maturation. We discuss the Blues which contain sorrow and promise -"it lives on the edge of falling into melancholy." We learn that Freud was translated into Farsi as early as 1906 and that Gohar was a founder of the Freudian Group of Tehran. We close with hopes for a future inspired by the courage of the young women of today with conversations freed from concerns about safety. Our Guest: Gohar Homayounpour, PsyD is a psychoanalyst and author. She is a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Italian Psychoanalytical society, and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She is a Training and Supervising psychoanalyst of the Freudian Group of Tehran, of which she is also the founder and past president. She is also a member of the scientific board at the Freud Museum in Vienna, and of the IPA group Geographies of Psychoanalysis. Her first book, Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran (2012) won the Gradiva award and has been translated into many languages including French, German, Italian, Turkish, and Spanish. Her latest book is titled Persian Blues, Psychoanalysis and Mourning (2022). Recommended Readings: Homayounpour, Gohar. Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran, (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press,2012). Dislocated Subject, edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Geographies of Psychoanalysis, Mimesis International, 2018 Geographies of Psychoanalysis (Encounters Between Cultures In Tehran), edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Mimesis International, 2015. Busch, Fred. A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique, selected papers on Psychoanalysis, Routledge, 2021. Bolognini, Stefano. Vital Flows between the Self and Non-Self: The Interpsychic. Routledge, 2022.
Busch has come out with another flavor of dog beer. It's called Busch Light Turkey Brew, and it's made with bone-in turkey, sweet potato, sweet basil, peppermint leaves, ginger, and water. No, it doesn't have alcohol in it! Every afternoon at 5:05pm, McCabe and Jenny play Trends in 10 on 101.9fm The Mix in Chicago. They'll give you a trending topic and you'll have ten seconds to name ten things in that topic. Ready to play? Listen live at wtmx.com or with the free Mix App available in the App Store and on Google Play.
Miss Shannan and Matty B discuss: Criss Angel almost killed Ginuwine practicing a magic act; Ringo Starr cancels the rest of his tour; There is now a beer for dogs by Busch; Balenciaga turns a chip bag into a purse; someone finds jeans from the 1800's; College of Pop culture knowledge; Matt started watching The Watcher on Netflix
What kind of grill/smoker is the best? A Minnesota politician makes a fatal flub. Do you know your rights? Busch is creating a beer for dogs. 5 billion phones will be thrown away this year. Spontaneity spikes at age 31. The troubles of waking up in the mornings. Fun facts.
How would your life change if you truly believed that 'everything happens for a reason' and that most of the time, it's for the better? On this episode, we talk to Dr. Christian Busch, who's spent many years researching how we can use uncertainty as a path to more joyful, purposeful, and successful lives. Dr. Busch is the Director of the Global Economy Program at The Center for Global Affairs at NYU, where he teaches on purpose-driven leadership, impact entrepreneurship, social innovation, and emerging markets. He's the author of the book, "The Serendipity Mindset: The Art of Science of Creating Good Luck". https://theserendipitymindset.com/ Note: This episode was previously aired. Thanks to our sponsor of today's episode!: Shopify is the all-in-one commerce platform that makes it simple for anyone to start, run and grow your own successful business. With Shopify you'll create an online store in your vibe, discover new customers, and grow the following that keeps them coming back. Every minute — new sellers around the world make their first sale with Shopify — and you will too. Our “Nobody Told Me!” listeners can try Shopify for free and start selling anywhere. Sign up for a free trial at shopify.com/nobody. (nobody should be in lowercase)
Christopher Bell walked into the Charlotte Roval needing a win to advance to the round of 8, and he did just that. In a race that was mostly dominated by Chase Elliott, it would come down to a late race caution, a red flag, and some bold tire strategy that got CBell the win to lock himself into the round of 8, sending Kyle Larson, Daniel Suarez, Alex Bowman, and Austin Cindric home.This week on the Bump N' Run Podcast veteran radio host Michael D. White, Daytona Ron, and Matt "The Stat Man" Reilly talk about the latest news including Rodney Childers suspension, Cole Custer's blocking, and Dale Jr's Birthday!Plus our Checkers and Wreckers, Race Grades, Pick A Lane topics and our Roval Preview!All that and more on this week's Bump N' Run Podcast!Bumpnrunpod.comXfinity race: AJ Allmendinger scored his 4 th roval win in a rowCup race: Christopher Bell lead once for two lapsHighlights: 2hrs 59 mins 54 sec4 cautions for 10 laps10 lead changes among 8 drivers1 Bell 2 Harvick 3 Busch 4 Allmendinger 5 HaleyNext week preview: We're heading to VegasSaturday Xfinity on track 3pm on NBC for the Alsco Uniforms 302Sunday cup on track 2:30 on NBC for the South Point 400Practice and qualifying Saturday at noonBumpnrunpod.com
Dr. David Busch oversees Tri-C's Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Youth Humanities Academy, a summer initiative that gives high school students from northeast Ohio an opportunity to earn money while engaging with the humanities; Harry Anderson and Desire Goodwin are alumni of the first cohort of MYHA students. In this episode of More Human, they discuss the purpose and vision for MYHA and what it was like to experience it in the summer of 2022. The book mentioned several times in this episode is Nathan King's The Excellent Mind(https://global.oup.com/ushe/product/the-excellent-mind-9780190096267) and the inaugaral MYHA journal can be viewed at https://myha-journal.com/issue-1/.
Kyle joins Randy & Carey to talk about the Phillies-Cardinals matchup, the special feeling of being back in Busch as an STL-native, how he's handling the ticket requests so far, the moment and night for the Phillies after they clinched their first playoff spot since 2011, the situations where Kyle likes the Phillies chances, the potential issues the Cardinals could take advantage of, what the Cardinals will face from Zach Wheeler in Game 1, all of the MLB watching and enjoying Pujols this season and all of the amazing things Kyle has done with Big League Impact this year.
At the Helping Parents Heal in Phoenix, AZ 2022; Shining Light Parent, Kelly Busch, shares her journey after the transition of her daughter and how she is finding hope and […] The post Kelly Busch: Honoring My Daughter appeared first on Open to Hope.
At the Helping Parents Heal in Phoenix, AZ 2022; Shining Light Parent, Kelly Busch, shares her journey after the transition of her daughter and how she is finding hope and […] The post Kelly Busch: In Search of Hope appeared first on Open to Hope.
10-3 Segment 3 - Jimmy 'The Cat' Hayes checks in from Pittsburgh, where the #stlcards will play three extremely meaningful games against an up-and-coming ballclub. Serious topics include a fun weekend at Busch, postseason rotation, and injury updates.
Brenden Schaeffer breaks down Sunday at Busch, the final home game of the season for the Cardinals. Pujols goes 702, Waino was poignant before the game but rocky during it. How do the Cardinals handle his situation in the playoffs? Who will STL likely host on Friday? All that and more on a jam-packed 'sode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bschaeffer12/message
Christian Busch, PHD is the Director, CGA Global Economy Program (focus: how can business contribute to tackling the world's biggest challenges?), New York University & Author of The Serendipity Mindset. His book examines how we can use unpredictability to our advantage and as a pathway to more joyful, purposeful and successful lives. In this book, he reveals the secrets behind the hidden force that rules the universe: serendipity. The book is based on cutting-edge research in the natural and social sciences, as well as hundreds of interviews including with leading CEOs, entrepreneurs, and changemakers. Heart Stock is a production of KBMF 102.5 and underwritten by Purse for the People.
Plowboy has some Hedo panties on his mic. Wild stuff. EMOTD standings from last month. KSHE commercial from the 80's. Tim is doing The Fast Lane again today. Iggy reviews the Dahmer series. Spoilers! Mr. Lix. Florida real estate. The line's for the giveaways this weekend at Busch. What's the lede today? We put up a poll. The Cardinals get dead last, so we talk Cardinals. Waino. Who will be in the playoff rotation. 'Central Corridor Cats'. Helsley. The match with Naegel has been scheduled. Do we have a chance?
Brenden Schaeffer breaks down the Cardinals' 2-1 win over Pittsburgh on Friday night. Pujols hit No. 701, Flaherty pitched pretty well and the Cards defeated old friend Johan Oviedo. Plenty from that game as well as a look at the updated playoff picture. Who will the Cards face next weekend? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bschaeffer12/message
7:00 - What was your favorite memory of Yadi & Albert at Busch stadium? Did the Dolphins screw up the Tua situation? Can Mizzou can it within 40? 7:15 - Lindenwood Football HC Jed Stugart talks about this weeks matchup for your local D1 football program 7:30 - Jay Delsing talks about the latest developments in the fireriht between the PGA Tour & LIV 7:45 - TIOLI 8:00 - Fresh Take: What was your favorite memory of Yadi & Albert at Busch stadium? 8:15 - Missouri Football WR Dominic Lovett talks about his early success, transferring in high school and preparing for Georgia 8:30 - The Fight 8:45 - Jeremy Rutherford talks Blues after another preseason win 9:00 - Today's Big Thing: What was your favorite memory of Yadi & Albert at Busch stadium? 9:15 - Rock & Roll 9:30 - ESPN's Jesse Rogers talks Yadi/Pujols closing out their careers and the internal MVP battle between Arenado & Goldy 9:45 - Over/Under
Waino joins Carey & Randy for the last time this season to talk about another week of fantasy football, his struggles on the mound over the last few starts, whether or not the "dead" arm is still a thing, the question being more about mechanics, getting ready for a final series at Busch with Yadi & Pujols and if he's going to be locked in and ready for the postseason.
Doug, Dan, and Devin discuss how well Tyler Reddick is running compared to Kyle Busch in light of Silly Season, the numerous reasons and possible fixes for the tire failures, how NASCAR should officiate William Byron, the amazing heater Noah Gragson is on, and this weekend's Motul Petit Le Mans and Talladega races.
Bernie talks about the Cardinals' meddling road record and how the team has not won a series against a winning team this season. He also points out the team's offensive struggles away from Busch and how the team is full of question marks heading into October.