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Presencia Viva
Los Nombres de Jesus | Camino, verdad, y vida | Jorge Garcia

Presencia Viva

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 52:06


Los Nombres de Jesus | Camino, verdad, y vida | Jorge Garcia by Edwin Castro

My Camino - the podcast
Cici Edwards-Jensen and Mike Jensen walked the Camino via de la Plata - and returned home with a book. Happiness Is THAT Way

My Camino - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 54:23


Cici Edwards-Jensen and Mike Jensen walked the Camino via de la Plata - and returned home with a book. Happiness Is THAT Way. They write alternating chapters in the book....and tell their vision and version of their journey together and alone. https://www.happinessisthatway.shop/

Homilia Dominical, Parroquia Santo Cristo de los Milagros, Carolina P.R.
Homilía Dominical 644: Camino en unidad. Domingo 1 de Adviento.

Homilia Dominical, Parroquia Santo Cristo de los Milagros, Carolina P.R.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Parroquia Santo Cristo de los Milagros, Carolina PR. 28 de noviembre de 2021. Grabada en la celebración eucarística dominical en nuestro Santuario a las 9:00 am.Celebrante: P. Néstor Yulfo Hoffmann Las lecturas de este domingo fueron: Jeremías 33, 14-16 I Tesalonicenses 3, 12-4, 2 Lucas 21, 25-28. 34-36

hr2 Camino - Religionen auf dem Weg
Nicht wahr, aber wirksam - Warum wir fromme Legenden lieben

hr2 Camino - Religionen auf dem Weg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 25:09


Legenden wurden nicht nur in früheren Zeiten erzählt. Es gibt auch moderne Legenden, die weit verbreitet und sehr beliebt sind. Zum Beispiel diese: Ein bekannter Satz, der Überlieferung nach angeblich von einem indianischen Häuptling: „Erst wenn der letzte Baum gefällt und das Wasser vergiftet ist, werdet Ihr merken, dass man Geld nicht essen kann“. Bei umweltbewussten Zeitgenossen als Auto-Aufkleber, Posterspruch oder Grußkarte jahrzehntelang populär. Allerdings: diese „Rede des Häuptling Seattle“ hat nie stattgefunden. Wirksam war sie trotzdem. Und wie ist das bei den vielen „frommen Legenden“? Zum Beispiel der biblischen Weihnachtsgeschichte? „Nicht wahr, aber wirksam“ Für Camino in hr2 kultur ist Andreas Malessa der Frage nachgegangen, wie fromme Legenden entstehen und warum wir sie so sehr lieben.

Audio Devocional

«Y todo lo que hagan, ya sea de palabra o de hecho, háganlo en el nombre del Señor Jesús, dando gracias a Dios el Padre por medio de él» (Colosenses 3:17) ¿Sabías que tu nombre ha cambiado? Tu nombre ya no es más el nombre que tenías antes de que nacieras de nuevo. Te deshiciste del primer nombre cuando celebraste el pacto con Jesucristo. Para apreciar completamente lo que ese cambio significa, tienes que pensarlo a la luz de lo que sabemos del pacto de sangre. Cuando alguien hace un pacto de sangre, se entrega por completo, deja de ser dueño de sí mismo. Y sus posesiones y deudas, así como sus virtudes y defectos, le pertenecen para siempre a la persona (hermano de sangre) con quien hace el pacto. Cuando estableces un pacto de sangre con alguien, adquieres el nombre de esa persona; éste se convierte en tu nombre para siempre. No puedes escaparle―bueno o malo―es tuyo. Cuando recibiste a Jesucristo como Señor y Salvador, Él tomó tu nombre; el cual era pecado, debilidad, temor, pobreza y todo lo que heredaste de Adán. Jesús te quitó esos nombres y te dio Su Nombre a cambio. ¡Eso es cierto! En Efesios 3:15, dice que todo el Cuerpo de Cristo ha sido llamado en el en el cielo y en la Tierra. Eso significa que ahora tienes el nombre de Jesús y la autoridad que conlleva ese nombre. Tan solo piensa de quién has tomado tu nombre nuevo: Jesús, Dios Fuerte, Sabiduría, Libertador, León de la tribu de Judá, Palabra de Vida, Abogado, Proveedor, Yo Soy, Consolador, Salvador, Príncipe de Paz, Admirable, Consejero, Cordero de Dios, Jehová de los ejércitos, Raíz de David, Autor y Consumador de nuestra fe, Camino, Sanador, Hijo de Dios, Verdad, Piedra angular, Rey de reyes, Luz del mundo, Gran Pastor, mi Fortaleza y mi Canto, Juez Justo, Sol de Justicia, Resurrección y Vida, Alfa y Omega. ¡Alabado sea Dios! Esos nombres abarcan toda necesidad que puedas tener, y el poder de Dios se encuentra en el Nombre de Jesús para hacer de ese nombre una realidad en tu vida (Hechos 3:16). Ya no puedes llamarte a ti mismo “desanimado”. No debes responder cuando el diablo te diga: “Oye, pobre hombre”; ése no es tu nombre. Jesús te ha despojado de esos antiguos nombres. Medita en los nombres del Señor; todos y cada uno de ellos están incluidos en el nombre de Jesús, el Nombre sobre todo nombre, y a ti te ha sido dado ese nombre ¡con todo el poder y la autoridad que éste conlleva! Lectura bíblica: Efesios 3:16-21   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

Javier Poza en Fórmula
Bolero Glam volumen 2 no lo veo como segunda parte, es un camino de vuelta: Daniel, me estás matando

Javier Poza en Fórmula

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 12:32


Daniel, me estás matando habló sobre su nuevo álbum “Grandes éxitos del Bolero Glam volumen 2” y contó sobre el robo que sufrió su compañero Iván en España

My Camino - the podcast
Saul Valdez walked the Camino to place his life-long stone at the Cruz de Ferro. Wait until you hear what it is......

My Camino - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:05


Saul Valdez lives in Hawaii and works in Los Angeles. He's a busy guy. He thought he was ready for retirement, so he headed to the Camino for an adventure. What he found was....himself. He placed a stone at the Cruz de Ferro he hoped would lighten what has weighed him down his whole life. It's an amazing story. You'll love Saul and his journey.

Efecto Inspiración
Mi camino al Óscar. Michelle Couttolenc

Efecto Inspiración

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 58:35


Michelle sabe que la clave del éxito se resume en lo que ella llama las tres P: Pasión, Perseverancia y Paciencia. Esta formula la llevó a ser la primera mexicana ganadora del Premio Óscar en la categoría de Mejor Sonido. Su camino inició a temprana edad cuando descubrió que su pasión era el sonido cinematográfico. Se fue al extranjero a prepararse para después regresar a México y poner en práctica todo lo aprendido. Su talento fue quedando en evidencia en producciones como: En el hoyo, La última mirada, El laberinto del fauno, Luz silenciosa, La jaula de oro, entre muchas otras. Su carrera seguía avanzando cuando la invitaron a colaborar en la película “Sound of Metal”, producción que le trajo grandes satisfacciones, pues en abril del 2021 recibió el Óscar®️, BAFTA, CAS y AMPS por dicho trabajo. Su gran éxito profesional no ha cambiado en nada la sencillez de Michelle, dejando claro que la humildad es lo que hace grandes a las personas. Una historia que nos demuestra el poder del trabajo y la determinación. Facebook: Efecto Inspiración Instagram: @efectoinspiracion

Meditación del Día RC
Martes 23 de noviembre de 2021. Camino de santidad.

Meditación del Día RC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 7:47


Les compartimos la meditación el evangelio según San Lc 21, 5-11. Para más recursos para encontrarte con Dios en la oración, visita nuestra página web https://my.captivate.fm/www.meditaciondeldia.com (www.meditaciondeldia.com) o síguenos en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/meditaciondeldia_/ (@meditaciondeldia_) y compártenos tu opinión! Este podcast es parte de https://my.captivate.fm/JuanDiegoNetwork.com (JuanDiegoNetwork.com).

MBPodcast
06- Aprendizaje de CEO - Tú aceptaste este camino, acéptalo y sigue adelantea

MBPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 2:58


06- Aprendizaje de CEO en este aprendizaje concluimos que nosotros decidimos estar emprendiendo y asumir los retos de querer llevar esta startup a donde deseamos. Aceptémoslo y sigamos adelante. Te invito que leas y profundices de estos aprendizajes en www.mb.gt

Nueva Vida 97.7FM
"La vida a lo largo del camino" - Dante Gebel.

Nueva Vida 97.7FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 26:35


"La vida a lo largo del camino" - Dante Gebel.

旅行熱炒店
EP78 「Why Camino?」1000公里的救贖追尋,踏上朝聖之路的1000種理由 ft. 凱西女孩去旅行 Casey

旅行熱炒店

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 49:00


「Why Camino?你為什麼要來走朝聖之路?」 這可能是在聖雅各之路(Camino de Santiago)上最常聽到的一個問題。對於中世紀的朝聖者來說,答案或許是宗教信仰;而對於今日各國旅人而言,答案則可能是挑戰自我。但無論答案是什麼,不少人的動機中似乎都隱含著某種對於「救贖」的渴望;正是這樣的渴望,將無數處於不同時代、來自不同背景的人們帶上了同樣的旅程。 Casey在2019年也踏上了這段旅程,而且走一次覺得還不過癮,竟然連續走了兩條不同路線、累計超過1000公里的距離!在這條彷彿遊戲世界的路上,每位旅人都是擁有「朝聖者」角色的玩家。已經成功「全破」兩次的Casey將和我們分享—— ❓ 在這個遊戲裡,玩家們每天要解的任務有哪些?路上會碰到哪些讓人避之唯恐不及的大魔王? ❓ 來自不同地方的朝聖者們,如何從萍水相逢變成並肩戰友,一起組隊打怪破關,甚至在終點相擁而泣? ❓ 這些形形色色無奇不有的朝聖者們,各自在追尋的,究竟是怎樣的「救贖」? ❓ 對於新手玩家來說,如果想要平安順利的一路破關斬將到終點的話,有哪些「裝備」是不可或缺的? 聖雅各之路不只是徒步旅行,也是追尋救贖、面對自我、和世界交朋友的旅程。這集就我們跟著完封朝聖之路兩遍的過來人Casey,一起感受路上的喜怒哀樂、並且和不同生命軌跡上的人們相遇吧!

Thirst For Knowledge Podcast
Average Weiners Assemble #2 (with Kenny Bean)

Thirst For Knowledge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 83:54


Welcome, welcome, welcome to Episode 76 of the Thirst for Knowledge podcast! In today's episode James, Justin, and Seth welcome Kenny Bean back to the show.  Kenny is a traveler of The Camino, brewer of beer, and an expert when it comes to all things comic book related.  Be sure to check him out in episodes 21 and 32 as well!  Listen in as the gang discuss an advanced system for reheating Taco Bell, the super hero that can eat the most food, multiverse and simulation theory, the latest Marvel comics movies and how they tie in together, the new Batman movie trailer, and much more. Thanks for listening and be sure to review, rate, and subscribe! TFK : Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

Kolbecast
Episode 73: Through Beauty and Technology

Kolbecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:36


AMDG.  Early in the podcast comeback, we talked with Kolbe drama teacher Dolores Mihaliak about the timeless significance of dramatic arts and timely capabilities of technology.  Dolores rejoins Bonnie today to have a conversation about a new way to experience the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage route in Spain which dates back to the days of the apostles.  Homeschool graduate and current Ave Maria University student Leila Castillo tells Bonnie and Dolores more about this cinematic pilgrimage, as well as how she honed her communication and media skills while homeschooling and how she chose to rise to opportunities in her path.  Learn more about the movie and Ahava Productions via these links:   "Santiago: THE CAMINO WITHIN" -- watch the trailer and rent the film (English & Spanish)!  ECHO series (2016) on the US Catholic Catechism for Adults that Leila assisted with (English & Spanish)  Music that Moves the Soul  Consider hosting a Pilgrim Party to enjoy the film with friends, relatives, and parishioners!    Follow Ahava Productions on Instagram @ahava_productions   Follow Ahava Productions on Facebook @AhavaProductions    Videos Leila produced with her siblings in 2020:  "The Five First Saturdays Devotion" and "Visiting Jesus!" Documentary (Scroll to the bottom, under "Castillo Kids CK101 Channel)  "Visiting Jesus!" Documentary also found here (first video on this page)    Other relevant links:  Kolbecast Episode 3 with Dolores Mihaliak   Camino pilgrimage page on Google Arts & Culture  Interested in Kolbe Academy's offerings? Visit kolbe.org.     Look for the Kolbecast in your favorite podcast app and subscribe for effortless episode delivery.  Have a suggestion or question for the Kolbecast team? Write to us at podcast@kolbe.org. 

Sacred Steps Podcast
S2:E7: What is strength? Ability & disability on the Camino de Santiago

Sacred Steps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 30:12


Diagnosed with Becker Muscular Dystrophy at a young age, Bryan Steward has spent most of his life overcoming the effects of a crippling disease. Determined to be defined by his abilities, shares his story of walking and crawling across Spain on the Camino de Santiago with host Kevin Donahue (http://www.sacredstepsbook.com).  DISCUSSIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:Becker Muscular Dystrophy Camino de SantiagoCamino 101: Video Tips for your Camino Pilgrimage CONNECT WITH THE SHOW ONLINE:Podcast Homepage - sacredstepspodcast.comSacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalStream the Video Podcast on YouTube Connect on FacebookView on Instagram MEET OUR GUEST:  Bryan StewardIn 2017, Bryan set out across Spain on the Camino de Santiago, chronicling his journey in a daily blog for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. His story is in development for an upcoming book or WordPress journal at https://bryanstewardblog.wordpress.com.  MEET THE HOST:  Kevin DonahueHusband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim. Author.In 2019, Kevin Donahue set off from his home in the United States to begin a pilgrimage journey spanning both years and miles, walking across continents to the ancient end of the world, to kneel at the tombs of eight Apostles. Available for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is Kevin's first-hand account of the people and places found along the way to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. BOOK: Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalAvailable from print and digital booksellers for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is the first-person account of a reluctant pilgrim navigating the eternal questions of faith while walking along the world's revered paths. The book follows one man's journey through Portugal and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean connecting California's Missions Trail, across England's ancient Pilgrims' Way, and onward towards Rome via Europe's forgotten footpaths on a journey of soulful discovery. More than a travelogue, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is a first-hand account of a pilgrim's journey and the people and places he finds to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. 

DekNet
Camino Soria

DekNet

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 18:01


https://t.me/c/1296613841/556

HistoCast
HistoCast 238 - Tercios, la campaña del duque de Alba de 1568. Parte II

HistoCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 304:55


Esto es HistoCast. No es Esparta pero casi. Continuamos la campaña de 1568 por Flandes con el duque de Alba, esta vez se espera la llegada del propio Guillermo de Orange. Preparado y dispuesto a contárnoslo se encuentra @HugoACanete al que escolta @goyix_salduero.Libro Los Tercios en combateMapas de la campaña contra Orange:Mapa 1Mapa 2Mapa 3Mapa 4Secciones Historia: - Recapitulación - 7:49 - Orange entra en acción - 1:13:26 - Camino a ninguna parte - 1:59:28 - Refuerzo hugonote - 3:24:29 - Estrategia del estomago - 4:13:56 - Bibliografía - 4:48:40

Carrusel Deportivo
Carrusel Canalla completo | España, camino a Qatar

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 112:41


La Selección Española consiguió vencer a Suecia, certificando así su clasificación al Mundial de 2022. Pablo Páez, padre de Gavi (MVP del encuentro), habló sobre la trayectoria de su hijo. En 'Las Preguntas Canallas', el equipo de Carrusel Deportivo repasa temas tan candentes como el papel de Gareth Bale en el Madrid y el fichaje de Dani Alves por el FC Barcelona. Hamilton firmó uno de los mejores fines de semana de su carrera al remontar 25 posiciones a lo largo del mismo para ganar el Gran Premio de Brasil, aumentando su leyenda. Y, si hablamos de leyendas en el motor, Mela Chércoles analiza el adiós de Valentino Rossi de la Moto GP.

El Larguero
Carrusel Canalla completo | España, camino a Qatar

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 112:41


La Selección Española consiguió vencer a Suecia, certificando así su clasificación al Mundial de 2022. Pablo Páez, padre de Gavi (MVP del encuentro), habló sobre la trayectoria de su hijo. En 'Las Preguntas Canallas', el equipo de Carrusel Deportivo repasa temas tan candentes como el papel de Gareth Bale en el Madrid y el fichaje de Dani Alves por el FC Barcelona. Hamilton firmó uno de los mejores fines de semana de su carrera al remontar 25 posiciones a lo largo del mismo para ganar el Gran Premio de Brasil, aumentando su leyenda. Y, si hablamos de leyendas en el motor, Mela Chércoles analiza el adiós de Valentino Rossi de la Moto GP.

Meditaciones diarias
614. Un ciego sentado al borde del camino

Meditaciones diarias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 14:47


Meditación sobre el Evangelio del lunes de la semana XXXIII del Tiempo Ordinario. El encuentro del Señor con el ciego sentado al borde del camino, a las afueras de Jericó. El ciego pide con tozudez recuperar la vista, con una fe envidiable, y sin preocuparse de los que intentaban hacerle callar. Así hemos de ser nosotros. Esta meditación es la misma que la número 249 de este podcast, predicada el 16 de noviembre de 2020.

El Camino de Santiago Pilgrims' Podcast
83. Guided Tour or Independent? 2 Items You'll DEFINITELY Find Useful; Camino Portuguese Hidden Gem; With American Pilgrim, Betsy Rossin...

El Camino de Santiago Pilgrims' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 62:38


Your host is Bradley Chermside, author of international bestselling Camino de Santiago memoir, The Only Way Is West. Bradley has walked the Camino Frances, Camino Portuguese and the Camino Inglés. Bradley's Camino de Santiago book, The Only Way Is West, is a three time international bestseller in Humorous Essays, Action and Adventure Biographies and Travel Writing in the UK, Canada and Australia. To get your eyes on an ebook, your hands on a paperback, or, your ears around the audiobook version, click here :) You can also buy Brad a coffee at the link below - he LOVES coffee! :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/pilgrimspodcast

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts
PDM ~ Carolina Amor ~ Camino Druida

Circle Sanctuary Network Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 55:00


Paganos del mundo con Carolina Amor desde USA nos comparte temas de interés como mitología, magia, devoción e historia. Camino Druida. Como incorporar los elementos en la práctica espiritual

Música Cristiana (Gratis)
(Cap 9). Tu Camino; no mi camino - Susannah Spurgeon

Música Cristiana (Gratis)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 4:51


(Cap 9). Tu Camino; no mi camino - Susannah Spurgeon by radioebenezerrd.com #emisoracristiana #radiocristiana #radioonline #biblia #musicacristiana #gospelmusic #versiculodeldia #versiculosbiblicos #noticiascristianas #juventudcristiana #cristianosrd #blackfriday #christmas #gifts #holidays #navidad #festivos

The Running for Real Podcast
Fernanda Maciel: Climate Change and Our Sports - R4R 274

The Running for Real Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 55:08


Fernanda Maciel uses ultrarunning to draw attention to environmental and social issues around the world. She's completed the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB) nine times, earning a spot on the podium four times and winning once; is an Ultra-Trail World Tour champion; and among other feats, holds the World Female Record for running up and down Mount Kilimanjaro. “In Brazil, I was always running on the trail. So my love for the waterfalls and the rivers and for the nature there was giant, so that was part of myself.” Fernanda studied law at university because it was her dream to become an environmental lawyer and protect nature in her home state in Brazil.  She practiced law for a time, but was dismayed by the role that politics play in determining environmental policy. “Maybe I can do something for the environment, but being outside, being outdoors… just inspire people to be a little bit more aware about what's going on.” She decided that she could make a greater impact by committing herself to ultrarunning full time and bringing attention to environmental and social issues in the places where she runs. The White Flow project was born, and began with her becoming the first woman to run the Camino de Santiago de Compostela (860km in ten days), which she did to raise funds for children with cancer in Spain and Brazil.   “I did this project in Aconcagua, running up and down the highest mountain in America, and then part of the project was also about the environment and how they recycle their rubbish in the park.” Fernanda had dreamed of running up and down Aconcagua, in Argentina, and in 2016 became the first woman to do so.  She used the feat to learn about and share how a huge national park can manage the garbage left by visitors.  “I think more than the win, is for me just to finish. You suffer, you learn so much, you know, when you suffer, and during this race, you learn a lot.”  Fernanda has taken on a new challenge every year, but there's one that she's done multiple times  - the UTMB.  It starts and finishes in Chamonix, in the French Alps, and covers around 170 kilometers (106 miles), circumnavigating Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe.  Although she lives in Chamonix now,  the cold conditions are still a challenge for her; as she says, “I think because I'm from Brazil, I need to train three times more than European people.”  Although she's been victorious there, there have also been times when she hasn't finished, but she doesn't regret them. “The victory is cool,” she says, “but I think I learned so much when I couldn't finish.”  This year Fernanda has had to forgo races and record-setting after suffering a brain injury in February, while belaying her boyfriend rock climbing.  She's on her way to a full recovery, and says that as a result of the accident, “I'm really connected right now much more to the universe than I was before.” “Just be grateful for where you are right now.  I think the simple life is the most beautiful one and I wish the best for everybody. And yeah, just enjoy the mountains and the trails because this is a beautiful gift that you have.” Resources: Fernanda's website Fernanda's Facebook Fernanda's Instagram Fernanda's Twitter Running Realized: Running and Climate Change with the UN Humanitarian Office Running Realized: The Sustainable Road Race Fernanda's video for the UN's World Humanitarian Day Thank you to Athletic Greens, goodr, and Insidetracker for sponsoring this episode. AG1 is a simple and easy way to get 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food source ingredients to help strengthen your immune system. It's simple to make and it tastes good! Go here to get a FREE year's supply of Vitamin D and five FREE travel packs with your subscription. I have been a fan of goodr for YEARS and I literally have their sunglasses all over my house. I recently had an episode with co-founder Stephen Lease where he talks about the true and real story behind his company and I appreciate him being honest with me about it. The design behind these sunglasses really takes into consideration look and comfort. They are 100% carbon neutral and a part of 1% for the Planet. Go here and use the code TINA for 15% off your order. Have you not been feeling yourself lately? Gone down a lot of avenues but haven't really found clear solutions? That is where InsideTracker can come in for you.  I have trusted this company for years to show me where I may be lacking and if I need a few tweaks here and there. I count on InsideTracker to help me decipher the science behind it all. Go here to get 25% off as a special for Running for Real listeners on their ENTIRE store. Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could listen to, and we are honored you have chosen Running For Real.  If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them.  Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram If you are struggling through something a guest mentions, chances are others are too, and you will help them feel less alone.  Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe?  You can find out here. "Thank you" to Fernanda.  We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.

Not Your Mamacita
No estamos de camino, estamos cerca Ft. Kombo the X Writer & Arliana

Not Your Mamacita

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 60:53


The Productivityist Podcast
Pieter Geldenhuys talks about Shoshin Walks, Exploring and Nature

The Productivityist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 39:24


Pieter Geldenhuys – also known as PG Geldenhuys – facilitates hikes and retreats in South Africa and abroad to help you turn your focus inward, through his business Shoshin Walks. He's also learnt that big shifts come from having a beginner's mindset.  PG's adventurous spirit is infectious. He shares his travel tales and his philosophy with hiking and being in nature. In this productive conversation, we also discuss meditative walks, writing novels, cliches – and observing ducks.  Talking Points What is Shoshin? The power of meditative walks Navigating uncertainty  How writing badly helped PG write a novel Lessons learnt from completing the Camino de Santiago PG's group tours that include the Inca trail and Kilimanjaro Quote "Structure will set you free." Helpful Links ‘Offsides' by PG Geldenhuys The Way (2010) ‘Four Thousand Weeks' by Oliver Burkeman Multiplicity (1996) About Time (2013) Shoshin Walks PG's LinkedIn Shoshin Walks Facebook Want to discover some of the books mentioned on the podcast? Check out Scribd, my reading app of choice.  If you enjoyed the episode, please leave a rating and/or review wherever you listened to the episode. Also don't forget to check out all of our podcast sponsors found on our podcast sponsors page. If you enjoyed the episode, please leave a rating and/or review wherever you listened to the episode. And if you want to have easy access to the archives of the show and ensure you don't miss the new episodes to come then subscribe to the podcast in the app you're using.

Live a Catholic life podcast
Jo-Anne joins me to talk about our time apart, and our blessings

Live a Catholic life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 29:50


Jo-Bee joins me to talk about our time apart while I was on the Camino, and the gift of our life, and our blessings. 

Radio Maleta
38: Caminando al Norte

Radio Maleta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:16


Camino al norte, su definición como viajero es por su encanto a los Países Escandinavos. Entérate de su experiencias en estos lugares. Conoce los consejos que no brinda para cuando viajemos, que debemos estar alerta por un mal momento que pasó en su llegada a Rusia. De igual manera, conoce las buenas experiencias que ha tenido en otros países como en Perú. 

Puedes Hacerlo
144. La decisión que simplificará tu camino

Puedes Hacerlo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 13:44


Hoy hablemos de cómo simplificar este camino de lograr el peso ideal. Y solo para aclarar, lograr esta meta del peso ideal es algo que se logra a partir de muchas decisiones, no bajar de peso es algo que sucede por muchas decisiones  también y subir de peso igualmente. Consciente o inconscientemente estamos tomando decisiones todo el tiempo y aunque puedas pensar que algo no lo has decidido, date cuenta de que en ese caso estás decidiendo no decidir.  Hoy hablaremos específicamente de una decisión que si la tomas conscientemente simplificará tu camino. Asumiendo que ya decidiste querer hacerlo, has decidido bajar de peso, o has decidido crear ese nuevo habito, lo que sea que te hayas planteado. La decisión de querer hacerlo,  es un querer y  un hacer que suceda y de entrada te invito a reflexionar en: ¿qué te respondes si te preguntas qué tan decidida estás a lograrlo?  Si dudas en responder: pausa, conecta contigo y vuelve a preguntártelo, ¿qué tan decidida estás a lograr tu peso ideal? Quizá esa es la primera decisión que te conviene formalizar. Decidir conscientemente que si quieres hacerlo porque una cosa es querer algo, decir o acostumbrarte a decir que quieres algo y otra es decidirte a lograrlo Piensa cómo es que hay miles de logros, miles de cosas difíciles que has logrado, que para mucha gente pueden ser súper complicadas e imposibles y para ti son simples. Esto aunque no lo tengas conscientemente claro, se debe a que tienes un juego de pensamientos, creencias que te hacen decidir hacerlo y hacerlo exitosamente. Para el tema de dejar de comer de más, prueba el pensar y decidir “paro de comer cuando estoy satisfecha” Esto no quiere decir que por que lo decidas ya todo será perfecto e impecable,  lo que sí quiere decir es que al decidirlo, no vas a titubear en volver a intentarlo y encontrar la manera de que esto sea parte de tu día a día. La decisión de parar de comer cuando estés satisfecha por su puesto implica familiarizarte con el estar satisfecha, prueba hacerlo. Sé paciente y descubre que si lo decides, puedes hacerlo. Para familiarizarte con el estar satisfecha te puede ayudar, te comparto 5 tips: Planea tus alimentos con anticipación. Si ya has decidido bajar de peso, procura  que la mayor parte de tus comidas planeadas sean a base de comida real, evita agregar a tu plan  alimentos procesados o altos en azúcares, ya que ese tipo de alimentación nos genera más y más hambre. Haz pausas y conecta con tu nivel de hambre. Si quieres explorar mas en esto, escucha nuestros episodios 142

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 342 - The Way of the Gardener

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 68:17


Gardener, author, and environmentalist Lyndon Penner returns to the podcast to talk about his new book, "The Way of the Gardener: Lost in the Weeds Along the Camino de Santiago." This book details his 825 km (512 mi) journey across Spain and all of the wonderful plants he met along the way. This episode was produced in part by Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.

Camino de la Sanación
Todos somos uno. Podcast 765. Camino de la Sanación

Camino de la Sanación

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 0:54


Todos somos uno. Dependemos los unos de los otros. Medita: La felicidad está en ti y en compartir con los demás. Francisco Saiz Comunicador y Formador en Mindfulness Aprende a meditar en 3 minutos Suscríbete en: Canal de Telegram... https://t.me/meditacionesdefranciscosaiz Grupo de Telegram... https://t.me/terapiasdefranciscosaiz Apoya Camino de la Sanación en: iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-camino-sanacion_sq_f111734_1.html Paypal... https://paypal.me/HaztuCaminoyseFeliz Sígueme en: Blog... https://www.terapiasdefranciscosaiz.com/ Blog... https://www.haztucaminoysefeliz.com/ Blog... https://www.caminodelreiki.com/ YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/user/franciscosaiz Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/franciscosaiz09/ Twitter... https://twitter.com/Francisco_Saiz_ Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/franciscosaiz9/?hl=es Linkedin... https://www.linkedin.com/in/saizfrancisco/ Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.es/Francisco_Saiz_/_saved/ Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/people/franciscosaiz/ Todo se puede sanar y todo se puede conseguir desde la relajación, la calma y la paz interior. Yo soy mi maestro. Reflexiona, piensa y actúa

Nómadas
Nómadas - Navarra y sus caminos del sur - 06/11/21

Nómadas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 56:40


Los caminos de la fe, el agua y el vino se trenzan en este viaje que pretende unir la capital con el valle del Ebro. Pamplona nos da la bienvenida y extiende un amplio abanico de posibilidades. En esta ocasión buceamos en sus orígenes, en la influencia decisiva que tuvo en su desarrollo el Camino de Santiago francés. Vivimos una ruta teatralizada en la que el guía Mikel Larumbe y personajes como el rey Sancho el Fuerte o Jacoba, habitante de uno de los burgos primitivos, nos pasean por la larga y turbulenta historia pamplonesa. El decano del Colegio Navarro de Periodistas, Miguel Ángel Barón, nos ayuda a identificar otros lugares vinculados a la ruta jacobea. Antes de abandonar la ciudad de los Sanfermines echamos mano a la 'Guía molona de Pamplona' para dar un paseo en compañía de su autor, Santiago Lesmes. Aprovechamos el trazado del camino a Compostela para llegar a Puente la Reina, pequeña pero monumental población famosa por el puente románico que atraviesa el río Arga. La responsable de su oficina de turismo, Ana Belén Mañeru, nos acompaña también a la cercana iglesia de Santa María de Eunate. La senda hacia la tumba del apóstol se aleja rumbo a poniente mientras nosotros cambiamos la vieira por la copa de cristal para seguir un camino más mundano y anclado al territorio: la Ruta del Vino de Navarra. Con la ayuda de su técnica de turismo, María Amatriain, y del presidente de la Denominación de Origen Navarra, David Palacios, exploramos la gran variedad de bodegas y viñedos que salpican la mitad sur de esta comunidad. En Bodegas Ochoa (Olite) nos da la bienvenida su enóloga, Adriana Ochoa. Más al sur, en el término municipal de Castejón, Joaquín Lozano nos espera en Marqués de Montecierzo. Nuestro periplo continúa por los caminos del agua: cerca de la confluencia de los ríos Arga y Aragón encontramos Villafranca. El guía Pedro Alberto Malo nos señala algunos hitos de su arquitectura religiosa y civil. Las huertas de La Ribera producen buena parte de la materia prima del recetario local. Es imprescindible probar la verdura de temporada en restaurantes como El Lechuguero (Cascante), donde Carmelo Roncal propone una cocina de siempre con algún guiño moderno. También degustamos especialidades regionales en Casa Manolo, céntrico restaurante pamplonés regentado por Angelines Monreal. Llegados ya al Ebro, Tudela nos depara un fascinante paseo por la historia que parte de la luminosa Plaza de los Fueros. Uno de sus vecinos, el polifacético Santi Lorente, nos descubre espacios inspiradores como el Museo Muñoz Sola de Arte Moderno o la Puerta del Juicio de la catedral. A pocos kilómetros, junto a Fontellas, ponemos punto final a esta expedición hacia el sur de Navarra en El Bocal, relajante paraje donde comienza el Canal Imperial de Aragón. La guía Susana Artola nos muestra el antiguo poblado de trabajadores del canal, rodeado de zonas verdes y mucha paz. Escuchar audio

Filosofía Aplicada (a la vida)
T2. 12 Ética para desconfiados. Entrevista con Vico

Filosofía Aplicada (a la vida)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 28:00


No te pierdas el último episodio de la temporada, para continuar aprendiendo a conocerte a tí mismo. Entrevisté a Vico, autor del libro "Ética para desconfiados", y nos explicó cómo podemos aplicar la ética a nuestra vida para tomar mejores desiciones y tener mejores relaciones. El secreto está en ganar confianza.Te dejo el enlace directo al libro Ética para desconfiados, no te lo puedes perder:https://amzn.to/3bLNa3HTambién te dejo su otro libro Filosofía para desconfiadoshttps://amzn.to/31vlsX3No olvides enviarme tus preguntas o comentarios. Recuerda que también puedes pedir una consulta filosófica, escríbeme: hola@araliavaldes.com.mxO suscríbete a mi Patreon, para obtener contenido exclusivo: www.patreon.com/araliavaldesO también puedes realizar un donativo directamente en mi página. Dale like y comparte. Muchas gracias.

Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds for Thoughts on Thursday: Bringing Camino Home

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 2:06


Hello to you listening in Taipei City, Taiwan, China!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds for Thoughts on Thursday.I've come to the end of my annual ritual, re-tracing my steps along 500 miles of the Camino de Santiago.When pilgrims arrive in Santiago many attend the Pilgrim Mass. It's tradition. The Cathedral of Saint James (Santiago) seats 1,000. At Mass all seats are filled with many more pilgrims standing in the aisles, perched on the steps.The homily given that morning challenged us to: “Bring Camino home. Camino is not just The Way here in Spain. You must walk Camino at home. How? Give thanks. Give help.”As my life gets farther and farther away from actually walking the pilgrimage road I find I am closer to the purpose of the walk: Give thanks. Give help.My daily 60 Seconds episodes are a gift of thanks, imagination, inspiration, courage, and more from me to you in the hope that they give help wherever you might need it.Question: How do you give thanks, give help?  60 Seconds is your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsStories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts 

Armadillo
Junto al camino

Armadillo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 43:37


Episodio 156

Marketing Online
1953. Preguntas y camino del emprendedor

Marketing Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 20:02


Hoy respondemos a preguntas sobre el camino del emprendedor, WooCommerce, Japón, envíos de productos delicados, inbound marketing y mucho más.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
How to achieve financial independence to retire early with Diania Merriam

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 36:29


Diania Merriam is the founder of the EconoMe Conference, a financial independence conference, and the host of the Optimal Finance Daily podcast. At the age of 28, Diania climbed out of $30K of debt in 11 months to begin her journey to financial independence.  In this episode, Diania shares about what it took to reach debt freedom and how she is powering her path to retiring early. This episode is loaded with actionable insights for you to get your finances in order and start building real wealth. --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum. And today with me, I have Diania Merriam, who's going to be talking to us today about the economy conference that she is the founder of as well as some financial independence tips that she has learned along her life's journey. So without further ado, let's get into it.   Diana, thank you so much for taking the time to come talk personal finance with me today. I really appreciate it.   Thanks for having me.   Michael: No, my pleasure. So you are the founder of a really cool conference called economy.   Diania: Yeah.   Michael: Tell us a little bit about what that is. Because I know it's coming up here in like 30 days, right?   Diania: Yes, we are exactly a month away at the time of this recording. But essentially, economy, the easiest way to describe it is it's like the TED talks of the fire movement. And you guys can't see me. But I'm doing air quotes over here, because we're not associated with TED talks, which is like the easiest way to explain what it is. So we have amazing mainstage speakers that talk about financial independence from a lot of different angles, whether it be really tactical information, or just more inspiring stories. And then we also do a number of breakout sessions to kind of connect you with like minded people. Because as you know, money is such a taboo topic, right? And we don't often get the opportunity to surround ourselves with people that are comfortable talking about this stuff.   So one of the things I like to say about pursuing financial independence is like what's the point of being FI and retiring early if you have no one to hang out with? Right, here's your opportunity to meet your people to meet your tribe.   Michael: Your playmates yeah.   Diania: Exactly. So we've got all these breakout sessions, we do an after party, we do a lot of social activities on the last day of the event. So it's really just an amazing weekend, someone last year describes it as a party about money, which is exactly the vibe I was going for.   It's really, the point of it is inspiration and community around a topic that is so you know, influential for us all?   Michael: Oh, that's awesome. And is I know, this year, it's out in Cincinnati. Is it always in Cincinnati? Or does the location move every year?   Diania: Yes. So we're actually in our second year, because I had the brilliant idea of launching an event based business in the middle of a pandemic.   Actually, our first event was March 7 of 2020. It was one week before everything shut down due to COVID. But I had been planning the event for 20 months. This was like something I could have never anticipated that I would have to navigate. So yeah, we got really lucky on our first event. And this is actually going to be our second and yes, it's at the same venue, which is the University of Cincinnati.   Michael: Awesome, awesome, awesome. So I've got kind of a question for you. And I'm curious, why did you think you were qualified to host and found a conference talking about money? What's your story? Like?   Diania: Yeah, like who the hell do I think I am? I mean, as far as qualifications? Um, that's a great question. I think that I was just someone with a really ambitious idea. That's probably crazy. Most people told me I was crazy. When I when I first came up with this idea, but the reason why I wanted to do this is because figuring out my financial situation completely changed my life. So my background is that, you know, my 20s, I was very focused on my career, living in New York City. I got to my late 20s, about 28. I decided I should probably look at my money situation, like what's going on here, right. And I ran a credit report on myself and realize that I was 30 grand in debt for like no good reason. It was simply living outside my means.   And half of that debt was student loan debt, which doesn't sound too bad until you consider that I got a full academic scholarship to college. Like, the fact that I had any student loan debt is just ridiculous. It still blows my mind. But when you're at that age, and you're completely financially illiterate, you know, someone offers you loans, and you don't really…   Michael: Oh look free money!   Diania: I mean, you Yeah, you just, it's just what you do, right? No one like advised me that maybe that wasn't a great idea. So I found myself in this situation where I'm 30 grand in debt in my late 20s. My 30th birthday is looming. I think it's one of those really reflective birthdays for like, what am I doing with my life?   Michael: Yep, right.   So I came across this article that was sent to me by a friend from Mister Money Mustache. I'm sure you know that blog, right?   Michael: Know him very well, yeah.   Diania: Yes, one of the most popular probably the most popular blogger in the fire movement, which I keep throwing around this word fire. I want to make sure everyone's on the same page stands for financial independence retire early. Right, To me it's a it's a lifestyle movement with a goal of financial freedom. But a lot of people look at it as like a bunch of frugal weirdos and we're all in a cult.   Diania: It's not   Michael: Chanting about money.   Diania: Yeah, exactly. So I discovered Mister Money Mustache. And I like to say that I think the article was something about like, viewing your debt as an emergency. And I like to describe finding that blog as a refreshing punch in the face, because I had never heard anyone talk about money the way that he did. And I just devoured that blog with a spoon. I read like every single article, I got a little obsessive over it.   But it really inspired this very deep mindset shift within me. And I did a complete 180 I got out of that 30 grand of debt and 11 months. And from there, I started saving about 60% of my income. And it completely changed my life. It opened up so many options. That just didn't seem possible for me like that, it allowed me to dream bigger, you know. So one of the things that motivated me to even want to get out of debt is I had this goal to go walk the Camino de Santiago, which is a 500 mile trek across Spain. It just seemed like this ridiculous life adventure that felt so outside my comfort zone. But it's what I wanted to do for my 30th birthday.   So getting out that was kind of a motivator for me to get out of debt. And then when I got back from that trip, so that was in 2017.   Michael: Wait, timeout. So you did it?   Diania: I did it. Yes.   Michael: So when I got back, you just glossed over it! Oh, that's incredible.   Diania: Yeah, it took me 38 days, and it was a wild adventure. absolutely wild. Yeah, I walked with anywhere between 10 to 20 miles a day, with like, 20 pounds on my back, I met incredible people. That's actually I have an arrow tattoo on my wrist,   Michael: Okay.   Diania: And it's because the whole way is marked by arrows. They're like spray painted on trees, or like, carved into these stones. And so every time I would see an arrow, it'd be like a very comforting symbol that I like, wasn't lost.   Michael: Still on the right path.   Diania: So yeah, yeah. So um, when I got to Santiago, which for many people is the finish line, I ended up getting this tattoo. But yeah, that's something that I would have never dreamed would be possible, given my financial situation in my late 20s. And, you know, a lot of the people that I met on the trail were in their 60s or they were at traditional retirement age, they had to like wait to be able to do that. So it just getting my money in order opened up this incredible option.   And I just feel like my getting my finances in order almost allowed me to ask bigger questions like, What do I want to do with my time? What do I want to create? What kind of people do I want to surround myself with? And so getting out of debt was a big milestone in that regard. Walking the Camino was a big milestone. I negotiated a remote working arrangement with my employer. So I moved from New York City to Cincinnati, which people are like, what, why? Why would you do that?   But I will tell you that Cincinnati has everything that you would want out of a big city with like none of the downsides. And the cost of living, you just can't beat it. I mean, I really am marketing Cincinnati as the number one city to pursue financial independence. And a couple things we're doing actually at the economy conference in that regard, like our coffee vendor as a local vendor.   We're doing an urban hike on Sunday morning of the event, a three hour urban hike to show off how amazing Cincinnati is. And then with Roofstock, we are doing a chartered real estate bus tour. It's a two hour tour where we're going to drive you around the amazing neighborhoods in Cincinnati that are really good investments. And we have an expert that owns 42 doors here. He's flipped three dozen houses, and he's going to do some case studies on his best properties.   So if you are interested in low cost of living in an amazing city, you've got to come out to Cincinnati and I feel like I have the authority to say that because I came from New York City that's usually whatever where everyone wants to go.   Michael: Yes.   Diania: Now come to Cincinnati.   Michael: I love it. And I'm gonna second that call to action to get out to Cincinnati. I do a lot of investing out in Cincinnati and across the river in Covington, Kentucky, and I went out to visit a property and I happen to be there actually around this time a little bit later in October and found myself and I think the second largest Beer Fest or Oktoberfest, rather outside of Munich, Germany, and just had an absolute bombing, the food scene. I think they've got the most micro breweries like per capita of maybe any city. Tons of coffee places, Coffee Roasters popping up, it is just a very, very cool city for no one who, for people who haven't been before, so totally love it. Love it. Love it.   Diania: Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, being out here getting back from the Camino, you know, I adopted dog, I buy a house, I find myself a Midwestern gentleman, you know, life is good. Yeah. But I was still kind of asking myself these big questions like, What do I want to do with my time. And so at this point, I'm saving 60% of my income, I'm still, you know, fully employed with the same company that I had worked for nine years in New York City. And I had this idea that you know, what I was asking myself, what would I want to do with my time if I no longer had to work for money?   And I decided I wanted to create this party about money. And a big reason for that is because I had been going to different events, and exposing myself to people that were very, like, growth oriented, their life seems so expansive, and it really helped me broaden my perspective on what's possible in my own life. So for example, one of my favorite events is called World Domination Summit. I know that sounds insane, like who produces that, pinky in the brain?   Michael: Pinky and the brain, yeah, exactly.   Diania: But this event, I mean, as someone as frugal as me, you know, I got out of 30 grand of debt and 11 months, I really brought down my spending in order to do that this event is $700 A ticket. And I will tell you, it is worth every single penny. Because the people that you meet there are just incredible, and they're doing such amazing things. And every time I would leave, I would feel like my life is so full of possibility. I also had gone to events like Camp FI, or Camp Mustache, sense positive. These are kind of rooted in the financial independence community. And it's a way for people to spend a weekend together with like minded people.   Now, I saw an opportunity to create kind of a large scale event. So like Camp FI, Camp Mustache, usually around 60 people for like a weekend at a retreat center. Right? I wanted to do something more like World Domination Summit that's a little bit more grand. It's more of a production. You know, it's more of a show. It has a really strong entertainment element to it. And so I modeled my event really after World Domination Summit, but I brought that price tag way down. I'm actually doing it for $200 A ticket, but it is definitely worth $700 A ticket. I'm not charging enough.   But yeah, it's funny, because this event was supposed to be my early retirement project when I reached FI at 40 years old, but I just got so excited about it. I couldn't wait. I had to do it now. And I'm really glad that I did. Because it's been quite the adventure.   Michael: Oh my god, what a cool story. And next time someone asks, don't gloss over the fact that you hiked 500 miles. That's an amazing feat, among many others. You just mentioned that is so cool. That is so cool.   So I,   Diania: Well thanks so much.   Michael: No, of course, of course, what I'd love to do is kind of get into the meat and potatoes, if you will, of financial independence and just kind of getting your finances or so I think your story where you found yourself in your late 20s is so common for so many people, they don't realize what student loans are, how the payback works, how debt works, how finances work. So what did you do? Other than change your mindset, like brass tacks, what did you do on a daily, weekly, monthly basis? And you were able to pay off 30,000 in debt in 11 months? Because that's that's something no small feat.   Diania: Yeah, I would say big lifestyle changes, right. So when I looked at where I was spending money, then I would say the first thing I did was increase my awareness around my situation, honestly, because a lot of us are just swiping the credit card, we're not paying attention of where our money is going. So I started tracking every single dollar I spent. And I saw that I was spending a ton of money eating out, you know, going out for happy hour. I mean, let's be honest, I had my 20s in New York City, you know, like I was a party animal.   And I think what I obviously like I was very social creature, I mean that's kind of another reason why I'm into these in person events. I'm a very social person, very extroverted. So I was spending so much money going out. And so what I ended up doing, and I think this is really important, when you think about decreasing your expenses, a lot of people look at that as deprivation, they look they think of it as I can't go out anymore. And I saw it as an opportunity to be resourceful and creative, and really to get to the root of what are my values and how do I align my spending with my values in a more efficient way.   So the value for me was spending time with other people, I don't need to remove that from my life, let me just do that a little bit more efficiently. So I started like hosting these elaborate dinner parties in my apartment, where I would like makeup games, I made my apartment more fun than a bar, everybody else would bring the booze, I would cook the food. And you know, I'd always have themes like, I just, I think back on that time, and it was so wild. Like I would tell people, you know, bring a photo from your awkward phase. And then we'd like all pass around these photos around and like make fun of each other or like   Michael: That's so good   Diania: The night was like, was like tonight's the evening of compliments. And it was like a game of who can give the most compliments to other people at the table. And we would like, we would like keep score. I mean, it was just silly, but it scratched my itch for human connection in a really resourceful way. Another thing I did was, you know, rather than buying clothing, I would host these clothing exchanges, all of my more fashionable friends would clean out their closets, I would do like a clothing swap, while sipping mimosas and listening to music in my apartment on a Sunday afternoon, you know, I started to see my, my frugal behaviors is actually far superior than the convenience of swiping a card because I not only got my needs met, but I also got to be creative in the process.   And so I kind of feel like if you're reducing your expenses, and it feels like deprivation, I think that you're not being creative enough about it, I think it can be a really fun thing. And I also think the other piece of it is really understanding that that hedonic treadmill, we're all on when it comes to consumerism, right? We all want, you know, the new shoes and the fancy car and the nice stuff. And I think that I had to really grow a new sense of gratitude for what I have. Now.   If you develop a deep appreciation for what you have now, you're almost combating that desire for more. Right, I think you're combating your consumerist conditioning. And I started to see things that I used to think were a burden, I would just laugh them off as a first world problem. So for example, we all know, the big three, right? And personal finance, when you're reducing your expenses, you want to reduce your housing, transportation and food, those are the things that people spend the most money on. And so I was locked into a lease, you know, or, you know, with my apartment, so I couldn't really do anything about that transportation. I didn't have a car, I was using public transportation. And I had, like, commuter benefits through my job. So I feel like I was optimized there.   But when it came to food, I could I could really have a huge effect there. So I started cooking every meal that I ate. I was bringing lunch every single day making, you know, gourmet breakfast, of like omelets with goat cheese and smoked salmon. I mean, I was eating very well, I'm not talking rice and beans. But for most people, when I would tell them I'm cooking, every meal I am eating, they look at that as such a burden.   And it's like, actually, no, I should be celebrating the fact that I have access to a grocery store that I can get any ingredient I want at any time at that grocery store, right? Like, we are so fortunate and I think if we can shift our mindset and be grateful for how fortunate we are, we're combating that desire for that consumerist convenience. Another thing that really struck me when I was reading Mister Money Mustache is he says that luxury is a weakness. And that really helped me shift my mindset because I realized if I can be happy on very minimal amount of money, that's like a superpower. Right? And I wanted to learn that skill before something externally happened.   So I think self imposed restriction, it has the opportunity to lead to a lot of personal development, when it's externally imposed by a job loss, or like a health scare. I didn't want to try to learn it under those conditions, I think it would have been a lot less fun, you know. And so I think it was really empowering for me to just learn to live on less and enjoy it. I mean, I spent a lot more time reading books from the library and working out and journaling. And I stopped wearing makeup for a long time and got comfortable with my with what my face looks like. I mean, you know, these are all things that you can look at it as deprivation or you can see it as incredible opportunity to grow.   Michael: That's incredible. Total side note. Do you know Wim Hof?   Diania: Yeah.   Michael: Are you a big Wim Hof fan?   Diania: Oh, What a weirdo. Yeah, that guy. My boyfriend does his breathing every morning. It's really obnoxious.   Michael: Oh, that's awesome.   Diania: Yeah, here I'm like huffing and puffing in the living room this morning. So my wife is a huge fan. And I've come on board to the cold plunge thing I totally buy into, but he talks about forcing yourself to be uncomfortable and putting yourself in uncomfortable situations. So when life throws something that you, you can handle it. And that totally sounded very similar to what you're talking about of, hey, do it for yourself. So that way, when life throws you a curveball, you're more than ready.   Diania: Absolutely.   Michael: No, I love that. I love that. But you also did. I mean, you also uprooted your life and move that in New York and to Cincinnati. So yeah, I mean, you said that you were locked into this lease, but it doesn't sound like you renewed that lease, or you stayed in New York much longer after having this revelation.   Diania: Yeah. And, you know, when I was in New York, for about 10 years, I had to move almost every year. I think the longest I stayed in a place was like a year and a half, maybe two years. But it's, you know, you're constantly changing roommates, because no one can afford to live alone. And then the rents will go up like $100 every year. So you're really forced, I was forced even deeper and deeper into the bowels of Brooklyn, you know, and then I ended up, I ended up getting this. The last place I lived. I did live there for two years is the first time I've ever lived alone as an adult.   It was in Sunset Park and I was paying $1,800 a month for this like cockroach infested apartment. That was just Yeah. So when I was making the decision to go walk the Camino and 2017 My I did the Camino in the fall, my lease was up in May of that year. So my landlord wasn't going to let me sublet for those two months. So I knew I was going to have to leave anyway, and find a different situation. And so it was like if I'm gonna move again. And I'm in this situation where I've got no man, no kids, no debt. Let me just go, like, put my big girl pants on and move to the Midwest and try something different, you know?   Michael: Yeah totally.   Diania: Just, I was always intimidated by the idea of like uprooting my life and starting over in a new city. But I had the benefit of I had a really close friend in Cincinnati, who I visited a few times. And so I got the sense of the area. And she was my only connection to Cincinnati isn't like I grew up here. I grew up in New Jersey. I had no other friends or family or anything besides her. And that was really helpful, though, because she was another very social person. So she just dumped me into her friend circle. Oh, and that's kind of how I got going here. Yeah, yeah.   Michael: That's great. That's great. And so now that you are kind of on the other side of the wall, or standing on top of the wall or the mountain, what advice do you have for people? I mean, in addition to the wealth of knowledge you've already shared, what do you what do you see looking forward? And what can you share with people?   Diania: Yeah, um, I would say when you're first starting out, like I'm helping a friend right now who's really deep in debt, who is just starting from scratch, trying to clean up her finances. And when I sit with her in our meetings, it's like, she's just so overcome with shame, and fear. And she's like sweating, as we're talking about this stuff. And I encourage her as well as anyone else in that situation, let your curiosity be bigger than your fear.   Because when it comes to money, it really is all figureoutable. But you have to have the mindset that it's fixable in order for you to be able to kind of face the music and like look at the reality of your situation, so that you can come up with a plan to dig out of it. It's totally possible. But it really all starts with your belief system. So there's a lot of people where I'll tell my story, and they'll say, Well, you could do that. But here are all the reasons why I can't do that.   Michael: Why I can't, right. Yeah.   Diania: And and I think if that's your initial reaction, that's your first thing that you got to tackle. I think you've got to change your belief system to recognize that it is possible and start to get curious about how it could be possible versus just immediately dismissing it. I think that's good advice for when you're first starting out. I think as you move through your financial journey, and you start hitting milestones, like for me, I hit debt freedom. Amazing. Then I had a fully funded emergency fund. Awesome. Then I started fully funding my retirement vehicles to the point where I reached Coast FI, which for those who aren't familiar Coast FI means that I have invested enough in my retirement vehicles that in 30 years because I'm 34 right now, it will grow to what I need for traditional retirement. So in essence, I don't really have to save for traditional retirement anymore. If I didn't care about early retirement and I can kind of take my foot off the gas a little bit because I've hit those certain milestones.   And then, you know, saving to a place where I got my first side hustle so I started hosting this podcast called optimal finance daily, which is a daily show, 10 minutes or less, I'm reading you articles about personal finance. So I like to say that all these amazing personal finance bloggers wrote these great songs, and I get to perform the covers, you know.   Michael: That's great.   Diania: It's, it's a show that's been around for five years, and they were looking for a new host, and I just went for it. And so this is kind of my first, you know, little side hustle income.   So, I would say though, as I've progressed through these milestones, my trajectory and goals for the future have definitely shifted. So I would say, like, be flexible about financial goals, because when I first started this, I thought, What I wanted was to just reach financial independence and retire early. And then as I've gone along through the years, and it's only been, what, six years that I've been on this journey, my desires and goals kind of keep shifting and changing, because the, it's almost like, the universe presents you with opportunities along the way.   And so if you're so laser focused on just reaching financial independence, you may miss out on these opportunities to learn about yourself and learn about what do you want to do with your time? What do you want to create in the world? And who do you want to spend that time with those three questions to me, has become kind of the focus on my path to FI. It's not like I gave up on my goal. But I just I've kind of, I'm not so laser focused on the money piece of it. Because I've realized that money is only as valuable as your clarity on how you're going to use it, and your comfort level with how much is enough.   So if you don't have clarity and comfort around your money, yeah, if you don't have those two pieces, you could be a multimillionaire and still be miserable. Right? I don't want to reach that point. I want to use my financial bandwidth to kind of explore those two things along the way. I also love this quote from Ayn Rand who wrote like The Fountainhead, and she says, money is only a tool, it will take you wherever you want to go. But it won't replace you as the driver.   And I just think for so many of us, we look at money as the goal versus as the tool to use to reach our goals. And that's something that I had to learn in in for myself, because I had always just kind of had money as the goal once I discovered the fire movement.   Michael: Yep. Yeah, no, I'm right there with you. And I always said, I'll figure it out when I get there. But then I realized, oh, there's too many other things to figure out along the way, that having money be the tool is a much better way to go.   Diania: Absolutely. If you're miserable on your path to FI you're likely going to be miserable when you reach FI   Michael: Yeah. Yeah, I think that's so well said. So well said. And so then I'm curious if you can share with everybody, what is it? What is your investment kind of portfolio look like? Is it stocks? Is it bonds is a real estate? How do you see yourself hitting that hitting the hitting FI?   Diania: Yeah, so I went for the Simple Path to Wealth model. And I would say that most of my money is in the tax advantaged accounts of what my 401k So I actually quit my job in January of this year. That's crazy. That was 10 months ago.   Michael: Congratulations that's awesome.   Diania: Yeah. So okay, so little sidebar, that's kind of a really good representation of what I mean about being flexible, because I had just thought that I was going to stay with my employer until I reached financial independence. But things changed, right, I ended up getting this new boss, the dynamic of the company, after nine years of being employed, there changed considerably. And so, you know, the, I kind of felt like the party was over, and the company didn't value me anymore.   And so I could have just put my head down and pushed through it because I have this goal of financial independence. But instead, I decided to kind of take a risk and a bet on myself to see like, Okay, I've got this, but I like to call FU money. So that that's defined as a year to have your expenses liquid. So I had a year in cash, and I had a year in after tax brokerage, which I really don't want to touch the after tax brokerage, but it's almost like my backup plan, my additional layer of a safety net. But that's something that it was almost like the universe presented me an obstacle and an opportunity at the same time. And so that could potentially slow my path down to FI.   Or something could happen. And I could, you know, find a new source of income. I'm exploring like 14 different sources of income right now. And so one of those could blow up and then it could expedite my path to FI. It's almost like I gave up the security of a regular paycheck and opened myself up to the uncertainty. You know, like I had plotted out my whole plan before because it was based on a steady paycheck. And now it's not. So who knows? Maybe I reach FI by 40? Maybe not. But to answer your question directly, um, I have my IRA. Now a traditional IRA, that was a rollover from my 401k. I've got a Roth IRA, and also my HSA   Michael: That is tough to say five times fast.   Diania: Yeah yeah So I have, I would say, the bulk of my money is invested there, and I am like, VTSAX all the way, I just, I'm 100%. In stocks, I don't have any bonds, because I have a very high risk tolerance. But also I don't want to be, I don't want to have to rebalance every year. Right? It just is simpler for me that I don't need to rebalance every year. It's all in a total market index fund, set it and forget it. I also own my home.   Now, for the first two years, I had a roommate who was paying like 95% of the mortgage. So I did a little bit of house hacking. But I did buy this house with the knowing that it would be an amazing rental one day, so I'm living in it for now. And I believe that this will I don't look at it as an investment yet. I think it's going to be once I start renting it out sometime in the future.   But yeah, I would say that my investments are very much so just simple stock portfolio with my retirement vehicles, a property that could become a rental property, I do want to get more into real estate in the future. I will be honest, that is something that has intimidated me so much I should take your course.   Michael: Come to Roofstock Academy, Yeah absolutely!   Diania: Yes, yes. And all of my friends are reaching financial independence so much quicker than me through the real estate strategy. So I'll tell you a fun story. My one of my first events that I went to five events was called Camp Mustache. It's like followers of Mister Money Mustache. And I actually ran a breakout session. That was all attendee case studies. So there were four of us, who basically opened up the books on our finances, here's our income, here's our expenses. Here's where our portfolio stands today, here are the assumptions that we're making. Here's our growth trajectory. Here are some, you know, nuances we want to point out, and we let people like poke holes in our plan, because we're in a room full of   Michael: Vulnerable that is awesome.   Diania: So yeah, it was, it was great. For me, because, you know, I'm figuring all this stuff out on my own reading about stuff. And to be able to, like be in a room of other really smart people, many of which, who have already reached financial independence. And for them to be like, No, you're good. Like, do you don't need to stress about tax loss harvesting, you're fine. You know, like that, that was really reassuring to me to have. So it was almost like, I was always a good student, you know. So it feels like I got the good star that a plus for my teacher.   But what was fascinating about that breakout session is that two of the case studies, were these two guys, that made half my income, literally half my income, but they were on this fast track to FI they were going to reach it and half of my time, because of their real estate strategy. So I really do think like real estate is the way to do it the fastest. I think it's obviously more complex, it can be more labor intensive than just, you know, buying index funds. And, you know, you don't have to plunge a toilet on an index fund in the middle of the night. You know, you don't have to deal with tenants and all that stuff. So I definitely think that index funds strategy is easier. But it I think it is faster if you go with real estate.   Michael: Yeah. And just for everyone listening, how much did we pay you for that plug for real estate?   Diania: Nothing. I mean, it's just me watching all of my friends killing it. And like trying to work up the courage to do it myself.   Michael: Yeah, come on over. We I know a great place for you, we can get you all squared away. Because I couldn't agree more I think it you hit the nail on the head that anybody can go pick a stock and just put their money into it. And they can make money, they can lose money. I think real estate is more complicated. Coach Tom and I want to do their coaches at the Academy just put out a YouTube video talking about how passive real estate investing really is?   And the answer is, it's not for most of us, it's not here to go buy property it's not. So you really need to go learn about what's involved, versus kind of just throwing mud at the wall and seeing what sticks in terms of stock picking. Or you get this collective, you know, collective safety when you're buying the entire market. So I love that. I love that data. This has been so awesome. Thank you so much for hanging out with me. Do you have any final parting wisdom for everybody who's listening?   Diania: Oh, man, I feel like I gave you all my gems, all of my sound bites.   Michael: So then let's go back and re listen to this episode if you're listening at home, and where can people find out more about you and the economy conference?   Diania: Yeah, so if you go to economeconference.com. And that's econome with an ME at the end, not an MY, because if you look at the spelling of my name, I really appreciate misspelled words.   Economy conference.com, you can read about all our speakers, you can see all the programming we have planned. You can buy tickets there. Again, it's happening in just a month. So it's right around the corner at the University of Cincinnati. And then you can also subscribe to Optimal Finance Daily, which is the daily podcast that I host and you can allow me to serenade you with the sweet sounds of personal finance knowledge.   Michael: Fantastic. Well, thank you again. I definitely look forward to seeing you again. And I will talk to you soon.   Diania: Awesome. Thanks so much, Michael.   Michael: Thanks and talk to you soon. All righty, everybody, that was our episode a big big, big thank you to Diana that was so much fun. One of one of the most fun episodes I think we've recorded in a long time. So a big thank you to her again. There are so many nuggets of wisdom, pearls of joy of gold, whatever the expression is, so definitely go back and give that episode another listen to again, thanks so much for listening. And as always, we look forward to seeing you on the next one. Happy investing

My Camino - the podcast
Liz Thomson walked the Camino to honour 240 victims of homicide in her home town of Alberquerque. This is pure magic!!

My Camino - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 53:06


This is one of my favourite podcasts - and considering we're just about to hit 150 episodes, that's saying something!!!! Liz ran the Alberquerque Police Dept's Homicide Unit for almost five years. 240 people were murdered on her watch, so she decided to honour them.....and how she did so is one of the best stories you're ever going to hear. You can find Liz, and the video of her Camino, at www.iwalkforthem.com

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 2/nov/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 10:16


Meditación del Evangelio según San Juan 14, 1-6 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Conmemoración de todos los fieles difuntos. Canción: A Ti, Señor, elevo mi alma (Salmo 24), de Athenas ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Juan 14, 1-6 En aquel tiempo dijo Jesús a sus discípulos: “No se inquieten. Crean en Dios y crean en mí. En la Casa de mi Padre hay muchas habitaciones; si no fuera así, lo habría dicho porque voy a prepararles un lugar. Cuando haya ido y les haya preparado un lugar, volveré para llevarlos conmigo, para que donde Yo esté, estén también ustedes. Ya conocen el camino para ir adonde voy”. Le dice Tomás: “Señor, no sabemos adónde vas. ¿Cómo podemos conocer el camino?” Jesús le dice: “Yo soy el Camino, la Verdad y la Vida. Nadie va al Padre, sino por mí”. Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos

Cordero Church Reno
¡LOS DEL CAMINO! SOMOS (PT5)

Cordero Church Reno

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 56:45


Pastor John Pérez nos comparte: ¡LOS DEL CAMINO! 10/31/21 En La Serie SOMOS (PT5) “¡Nada Me Faltara, en El Camino que Dios Prepara!” Dios quiere usarte en tu camino, porque somos ahora… ¡Los Del Camino! Tenemos un camino diferente, una agenda donde seguimos a Jesucristo, donde miraremos milagros, señales, y prodigios manifestados… ¡Aun En Este Tiempo! En el transcurso de Tu Camino hay momentos (de inseguridad, frustraciones, tensiones, adversos… etc) Pero, los que Son y Andan en el CAMINO… Nadas les Faltará… Porque… ¡Vive Hoy! y Escucha Ya!Oramos que sea de mucha edificación y bendición para sus vidas. !Gracias Por Su Apoyo! www.CorderoReno.com     Para alcanzar y edificar personas por medio de este ministerio necesitamos de tu apoyo financieramente. Si has sido edificado por favor contribuye a este ministerio para que la Palabra de Dios siga trasformando y edificando vidas. ¡EL DAR NUNCA HA SIDO TAN FÁCIL! Ya puede ir a NUESTRO SITIO WEB https://www.corderoreno.com/donations ¡Esta súper, súper fácil! 100% seguro! ¡Experiméntalo Hoy! Si tienes alguna pregunta por favor déjanos saber. ¡Por favor ayúdanos a pasar la voz! Support the show (https://www.corderoreno.com/donations)

10 min con Jesús - América Latina
La oración, camino de santidad (1-11-21)

10 min con Jesús - América Latina

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 10:00


P. Santiago (Colombia)-¿Santo, sin oración?... -No creo en esa santidad. En la Solemnidad de todos Los Santos, meditamos sobre la importancia de la oración como camino para conseguir la santidad.

El Camino de Santiago Pilgrims' Podcast
82. Finding Balance Walking the Camino As a Couple; Camino Portuguese Coastal; To Book in Advance or not? With American Pilgrim, Monica Merchant

El Camino de Santiago Pilgrims' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 54:43


Your host is Bradley Chermside, author of international bestselling Camino de Santiago memoir, The Only Way Is West. Bradley has walked the Camino Frances, Camino Portuguese and the Camino Inglés. Bradley's Camino de Santiago book, The Only Way Is West, is a three time international bestseller in Humorous Essays, Action and Adventure Biographies and Travel Writing in the UK, Canada and Australia. To get your eyes on an ebook, your hands on a paperback, or, your ears around the audiobook version, click here :)

Espacio en blanco
Espacio en blanco - Cantabria infinita y misteriosa - 31/10/21

Espacio en blanco

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 54:27


Juan Ramón Cayón y Antonio Gutiérrez-Rivas, miembros de Etnocant, nos ofrecen testimonios de algunos de los misterios de Cantabria: brujas, OVNI's, damas blancas y criaturas imposibles. El camino infinito, una reflexión sobre los mensajes ocultos del Camino de Santiago, con el periodista Luis Mariano Fernández y Hugo Semoloni. Escuchar audio

Live a Catholic life podcast
Father Ryan Sliwa Interviews me about my Camino pilgrimage.

Live a Catholic life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 45:40


Father Ryan interviews me this time about me my Camino. 

Stories From Women Who Walk
60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday: Someone Stole My Trekking Poles!

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 2:21


Hello to you listening in Red Bank, New Jersey!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is 60 Seconds for Story Prompt Friday with questions carefully chosen to help you collect stories in the oral tradition or spark your own writing. Either way, you'll say, "Thanks for the memories."Someone stole my sticks! I need those sticks for the weeks ahead on the Camino, to navigate muddy, rocky, slippery, downhill slopes, mountain passes, and raging streams. My sticks are red. I know them. They know me. Now they're gone!Glancing around the café where we had stopped for late morning coffee I could see pilgrims patting their sticks protectively worried someone might take their trekking poles, too.Now what? I decide to head out at a run, in my hiking boots, with my pack, to see if I could find my sticks. I was angry, self-pitying, cursing, and crying. Eventually out of breath. I stopped. I conceded. I realized I could buy another pair in a city up ahead.Just then I saw her swinging my sticks. I called out, caught up, and without a word she turned and handed them to me, reminding me once again that much we suffer is a mere inconvenience, an annoyment. And then Life provides.Story Prompt: When has Life provided for you when you least expected it? Write that story!Practical Tip: The magic of stories is also in the sharing. If you wish share your story with someone or something.   All that matters is you have a story.60 Seconds is your daily dose of hope, imagination, wisdom, stories, practical tips, and general riffing on this and that. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, including Android, and join us next time! You're invited to stop by the website and subscribe to stay current with Diane, her journeys, her guests, as well as creativity, imagination, walking, stories, camaraderie, and so much more: Quarter Moon Story ArtsStories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts

Engineer of Finance
Conversation with Diania Merriam - Episode 195

Engineer of Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 43:37


Diania Merriam is the founder of The EconoMe Conference, an event centered around financial independence, also known as the "Ted Talks'' of the FIRE movement. She's also the host of the popular podcast Optimal Finance Daily where she narrates articles from the best personal finance blogs on the planet. After getting out of $30k of debt in 11 months, she used her newfound financial freedom to negotiate a remote working arrangement with her employer, take a 2-month sabbatical to walk 500 miles across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago, and launch her own business. Diania saves 60% of her income and is on track to be financially independent by the time she's 40 years old. Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street. Links and Resources from this Episode DISCLAIMER For resources and additional information of this episode go to http://engineeroffinance.com Connect with Ken Greene http://engineeroffinance.com Office 775-624-8839 https://www.linkedin.com/in/ken-greene https://business.facebook.com/GreeneFinance Connect with Diania Merriam https://economeconference.com/about/ https://www.instagram.com/economecon/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaZHcGgBO42McWZPaSIJhYw https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianiamerriam/ https://twitter.com/economecon?lang=en    Book a meeting with Ken If you liked what you've heard and would like a one-on-one meeting with the Engineer Of Finance click here Show Notes Quick disclaimer. - 0:41 Who is Diania Merriam? - 2:09 Is retirement a service? - 2:31 It took Diania twenty months to produce her first event. - 5:43 The FIRE movement. - 9:06 How does she calculate her savings from the net of her income? - 10:16 With her epiphany, how did it incur? - 11:06 It requires a deep mindset shift. - 16:33 One of the things that she loves about discovering frugality. - 18:04 Credit cards: Enjoy them or against them? - 19:43 How does she define a saving strategy and an investment strategy? - 23:15 What attracted her to a 401k? - 25:20 The mindset of putting her money in different investment accounts: How does she position herself mentally? - 32:21 If you're pulling money out of your investments, then you didn't plan accordingly. - 35:38 Best ways to reach out to the Economy Conference and Diania. - 41:32 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe with Stitcher Subscribe with RSS

Duolingo Spanish Podcast
Un viaje en ruedas (A Wheeled Journey)

Duolingo Spanish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 25:04


In 2011, Mónica Mera survived an accident that left her paraplegic and emotionally devastated. She thought her days of adventure were over, until she received an invitation to join a special journey on the famous Camino de Santiago trail in Spain. A transcript of this episode is available at podcast.duolingo.com.

Sacred Steps Podcast
UK Pilgrimage: Via Francigena & Pilgrim Path to Holy Island

Sacred Steps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 61:42


In back-to-back episodes, Author Kevin Donahue (http://www.sacredstepsbook.com) discusses walking three historic pilgrim footpaths in the United Kingdom, highlighting the journey of personal, historical, and spiritual discovery along the way.In this episode, Kevin recalls his walk along the English sections of the Via Francigena and the Pilgrim Path across the North Sea to Holy Island of Lindisfarne. DISCUSSIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:Britain's Pilgrims' Way BOOK: Pilgrim Pathways by Andy BullBOOK: Britain's Pilgrim PlacesChapel of St. Thomas on the BridgeGPS Routes, Maps, AppsPilgrims' Way Packing ListKit's CotyLenham Chalk Cross Canterbury Cathedral Pilgrims OfficePreserving Britain's Walking FootpathsVia Francigena Confraternity of Pilgrims to RomeGUIDEBOOK: Sandy BrownWay of St. Cuthbert Walking the Pilgrims Path to Holy Island Lindisfarne Tales with Chris HudsonCONNECT WITH THE SHOW ONLINE:Podcast Homepage - sacredstepspodcast.comSacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalStream the Video Podcast on YouTube Connect on FacebookView on Instagram MEET THE HOST:  Kevin DonahueHusband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim. Author.In 2019, Kevin Donahue set off from his home in the United States to begin a pilgrimage journey spanning both years and miles, walking across continents to the ancient end of the world, to kneel at the tombs of eight Apostles. Available for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is Kevin's first-hand account of the people and places found along the way to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. BOOK: Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalAvailable from print and digital booksellers for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is the first-person account of a reluctant pilgrim navigating the eternal questions of faith while walking along the world's revered paths. The book follows one man's journey through Portugal and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean connecting California's Missions Trail, across England's ancient Pilgrims' Way, and onward towards Rome via Europe's forgotten footpaths on a journey of soulful discovery. More than a travelogue, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is a first-hand account of a pilgrim's journey and the people and places he finds to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love.

Sacred Steps Podcast
UK Pilgrimage: Walking England's Pilgrims Way

Sacred Steps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:22


In back-to-back episodes, Author Kevin Donahue (http://www.sacredstepsbook.com) discusses walking three historic pilgrim footpaths in the United Kingdom, highlighting the journey of personal, historical, and spiritual discovery along the way.In this episode, Kevin recalls his walk along England's Pilgrims' Way from London to Canterbury.  DISCUSSIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:Britain's Pilgrims' Way BOOK: Pilgrim Pathways by Andy BullBOOK: Britain's Pilgrim PlacesChapel of St. Thomas on the BridgeGPS Routes, Maps, AppsPilgrims' Way Packing ListKit's CotyLenham Chalk Cross Canterbury Cathedral Pilgrims OfficePreserving Britain's Walking FootpathsVia Francigena Confraternity of Pilgrims to RomeGUIDEBOOK: Sandy BrownWay of St. Cuthbert Walking the Pilgrims Path to Holy Island CONNECT WITH THE SHOW ONLINE:Podcast Homepage - sacredstepspodcast.comSacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalStream the Video Podcast on YouTube Connect on FacebookView on Instagram MEET THE HOST:  Kevin DonahueHusband. Father. Backpacker. Pilgrim. Author.In 2019, Kevin Donahue set off from his home in the United States to begin a pilgrimage journey spanning both years and miles, walking across continents to the ancient end of the world, to kneel at the tombs of eight Apostles. Available for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is Kevin's first-hand account of the people and places found along the way to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love. BOOK: Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage JournalAvailable from print and digital booksellers for Easter 2023, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is the first-person account of a reluctant pilgrim navigating the eternal questions of faith while walking along the world's revered paths. The book follows one man's journey through Portugal and Spain on the Camino de Santiago, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean connecting California's Missions Trail, across England's ancient Pilgrims' Way, and onward towards Rome via Europe's forgotten footpaths on a journey of soulful discovery. More than a travelogue, Sacred Steps: A Pilgrimage Journal is a first-hand account of a pilgrim's journey and the people and places he finds to inspire questions and enlighten answers about faith, hope, and love.

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
The Guidance You're Looking For To Live In Alignment With Your Soul: Tips from Anne Berube (Inspired by Wayne Dyer)

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 75:02


Do you want to live more in alignment with your soul? Then do we have the Be, Feel, Think, Do show for you!   Today I'll be talking with Dr. Anne Berube, a modern shaman, speaker, teacher, and the author of a beautiful, soul-revealing journey, Be Feel Think Do.   That's just what I want to talk with her about today, about what happens your soul wakes up to who you truly are, and how to get there.   That plus we'll talk about slot machines and granny, Toro Toro Red Blankets and a 2-year-old, Shirley MacLaine and The Camino, 3000KM and an echo, blue butterflies and rose oil, Wayne Dyer, and what in the world is Soul Mate day!   Are you ready to shine?   Be Feel Think Do Self-Improvement & Self-Help Topics Include:  How did Anne Berube meet Wayne Dyer? How did she begin working with Wayne Dyer? What was her near-death experience years earlier? How did life change for her – or what was the parallel life she saw? What did she learn from Shirley MacLaine? What did she learn from her grandmother? How do we steer by listening to our guts? What can we learn from our pain? What does it mean to spend time being and feeling? What did she learn from the Shaman Laura Kealoha Yardley? What is the ancient Hawaiian tale of Lemuria? What does it mean to live from a place of be and feel? What does it mean to make your soul your leader? How did she bring Deepak Chopra to Halifax and what can we learn from it? What's our soul compass and our soul plan? What's the importance of learning how to pause? What's a way to visualize getting out of our small selves? What's the gateway to our soul? How do we connect with our inner body? What's the importance of bringing our constant awareness to our breath? What do lilac branches and Wayne Dyer have to do with anything? What's the special message or package she got from Wayne Dyer? What is the language of spirit???   To find out more visit: http://www.anneberube.com/ https://amzn.to/3qULECz - Order Michael Sandler's new book, "AWE, the Automatic Writing Experience" www.automaticwriting.com  ……. Follow Michael and Jessica's exciting journey and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access. Go to https://www.patreon.com/inspirenation   For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: https://inspirenationshow.com/   We've got NEW Merch! - https://teespring.com/stores/inspire-nation-store   Follow Inspire Nation, and the lives of Michael and Jessica, on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/InspireNationLive/   Find us on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@inspirenationshow