Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
What kind of leader to people believe you are? You might believe you are a great leader, either by position or presence, the question is what do people believe. Today, in this powerful episode, we will demonstrate how to be a leader of empathy. Every leader desires respect, authority and loyalty. How does that happen? Find out today on Here's the Caveat! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heresthecaveat/message
In this episode, you'll learn how to presell spots in your programs - BEFORE all your content, deliverables and complete 'nuts and bolts' of your offer are created. (Yes, this is not only possible but - as you'll hear - doing so can serve not only you but also serves your client) Listen as I share: - how I sold premium services WITHOUT the things the gurus say are 'necessary' (and how YOU can too) (7:29) - why pre-selling benefits not just you, but, even more importantly, your client (18:26) - one CAVEAT when it comes to pre-selling (ie, when should you NOT presell) (18:52) - the 1st step to pre-selling (great news! it's not salesy or pushy, in ANY way) (20:56) PLUS you'll hear my best tip for discerning who you can trust when it comes to business advice (what I call your 'red flag list') WANNA GROW TO 6 FIGURES+ IN 2023? Learn the #1 most profitable business model & the powerfully-effective marketing + sales strategy to consistently sign your 'best clients'.... >> REGISTER FOR OUR FREE 5-Day LIVE Workshop Save Your Seat (& get all the details): https://www.judyweber.co/workshop __________________ READY TO GET TO YOUR 1ST $100K in 2023? Join the Accelerator (or learn more): https://www.judyweber.co/accelerator Ready to SCALE toward 7 Figures this year? Joyful Mastermind could be your next best step: https://judyweber.co/mastermind
Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
We often here... Let Go and Let God. It is often easier said than done. Today on Here's the Caveat, Coach Bob reveals his secret in how to let go and let God. It really is no secret, we just don't choose to do it. Listen to this powerful, yet simple episode to help you know How to Let Go and Let God. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heresthecaveat/message
Cultivating Life With The Lyngsøs
In today's The Missing Piece episode, Paul talks about the feeling of admiration we have towards people who are masters of their craft, and how we often believe that we could never achieve such mastery in our own lives. Specifically, they discuss how this applies to achieving a desired physique, and how people often make assumptions about those who have achieved it that reinforce the idea that it's impossible for them. Paul then explains how building intuition through education and experience is the key to making things feel effortless and natural and shares a systematic path to achieving mastery in building the body of your dreams. He discusses the stages of unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence, and unconscious competence, and how to progress through them to reach your goals.—HIGHLIGHTS:Humans admire mastery in others but often feel it's elusive in their lives.We compare ourselves to masters and create stories about why we can't achieve that level of skill or success.Making something intuitive is a systematic and repeatable process, and intuition is just education plus experience.The path to mastery involves going from unconscious incompetence to conscious incompetence, to conscious competence to unconscious competence.Building a great physique is a predictable and systematic process that can be mastered with the appropriate skills and effort.If you can push through the point where most people get stuck, building a great physique can feel very easy to sustain forever.—SOCIAL MEDIA:Website URL : https://linktr.ee/lyngsoPaul Lyngso FB
Troubled woman! Isolated island! A lone drifter! This week the boys head out to an abandoned house with no supplies or clothes because there is a CAVEAT! Writer/director Damian McCarthy first film, has mood and substance. The story is a mystery and is carefully built. But did CAVEAT impress or lose its suspense? Plus, in TV CORNER we talk about episode 4 of season 2 of YELLOWJACKETS!!! And so much more! You can always email us: email@example.com Twitter: @skeletonboyspod (if still exist) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skeletonboyspod/
The Biden administration and the media are bragging that they are doing some thing about the southern border crisis. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has stated that the Biden administration will be sending 1,500 troops to our southern border. However, there is a caveat that Jean-Pierre admitted to. These 1,500 troops will not be doing any law enforcement work, but only administrative work instead. Pentagon press secretary Air Force Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder admitted to this as well. The border crisis has gotten so out of control that even Democrat NYC Mayor Eric Adams has partially blamed the Biden administration for the current immigration crisis. Also, Mike shares a viral TikTok video of Americans singing the national anthem in a California restaurant. Many liberals on social media freaked out at this video and were terribly upset with it. Is this another example of liberals hating on America?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ate drops a short episode to recap the road to his appearance at the RISK! Live show at Caveat in NYC and pays homage to Henry Rollins, Kevin Smith and Kevin Allison. Subscribe to the Y!TMJ Newsletter! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ytmj/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ytmj/support
On this episode we will discuss what spiritual direction means, who should have recourse to it, and how it is supposed to be done. (Caveat, it depends a lot on the Priest that is directing you, so these are not STRICT standards, merely recommendations).
This week, DJ has an exciting message for Ron DeSantis! Also on today's show: the chick worth 1,028 cupcakes, a bazillion tourist dollars, the leading cause of 99.9% of speeding tickets, bringing back shame, Rob Zombie makes brownies, going to the mat, the “All I've Become” collage and MORE! This ain't your mom's lunch box. #onthebox Be social with DJ and Revel 9! https://linktr.ee/revel9 #youtuber #revel9 #hardrocklunchbox #thetoptwenty #todaysrant #99wnrr #streamingradio #radiohost #advice #culture #lifestyle #retaliation #politicalpersecution #desantis #florida #disney #dontsaygay #cupcakes #tourism #cruises #speeding #speedingticket #workzone #shame #robzombie #brownies #goingtothemat #tuckercarlson #foxnews #allivebecome #fanvideo #collage #homage
IT"S OUR FOURTH ANNIVERSARY!!! We are LIVE in New York City at CAVEAT and we are going to GRAB some BAGs tonight! See what happens when we drag Moth up to the big city and give her a glass of wine. The Lower East Side will never be the same. Clip in your belly button ring, spray on your Elizabeth Taylor's: White Diamonds and descend down the stairs to the sub-basement where we will be raising a Mead-filled glass at four years of frivolity, letters, advice, sour stomach's and plenty of alcohol! START THE TYPEWRITER!!! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Folks, Dan Yang is back on this week's episode where why a lot of Miller High Life was destroyed by the Dutch government, why a panda was given the Heimlich maneuver, how a kid got stuck in a claw machine, how a toddler snuck through the fence at the White House, and how spilled fried rice delayed a plane from taking off Follow Dan on Twitter @realDANYANG and get tickets for his show at Caveat in aNYC this wednesday here: https://caveat.stellartickets.com/events/amamah-sardar-and-dan-yang/occurrences/f4cef43f-813c-4473-9466-5c1b7a720373?fbclid=PAAaYnDOCDfIdmaKNoCotvta0raLw8JD6hEU9PmwThtNGPEkwrMkPxveqsUrQ We are on Patreon! Become a patron for weekly bonus eps and more stuff!: www.patreon.com/whatatimepod Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/whatatimetobealive Get one of our t-shirts, or other merch, using this link! https://whatatimepod.bigcartel.com/ whatatimepod.com Join our Discord chat here: discord.gg/jx7rB7J @pattymo // @kathbarbadoro // @eliyudin // @whatatimepod © 2023 What A Time LLC
On Episode 58 of Brand New Jerks, Ray and Sean welcome comedian and writer for Late Night with Seth Meyers, Matt Goldich! Hear these three talk about giving bad directions and confronting strangers with bad audience etiquette. All this and much much more on another action packed edition of Brand New Jerks. Follow our guest: Matt Goldich at @Mattgoldich on social media and catch him running his new hour of material at Caveat in NYC on May 3rd. Follow The Jerks on Social Media: Sean Donnelly IG & Twitter: @seanytime Ray Zawodni IG & Twitter: @raybekillinem TikTok: @brandnewjerkspod Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more full episodes, sketches, clips and bonus content! Intro Music Courtesy of Nate McGhee and Club Crib Entertainment.
Irish and Celtic Music Podcast
Ride the tide with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #603. The Langer's Ball, Hanneke Cassel, Niamh Dunne, Kalos, Kieran Byrne, Seldom Sober, Kinnfolk, Ben Doran, Madman's Window, Emerald Accent, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Paddyman, Kellys Wayke, the commoners, Michael Maloney, The Druids GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. You can vote for as many songs and tunes that inspire you in each episode. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2023 episode. Vote Now! Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile your votes to update a playlist on Spotify and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Follow us on Facebook to find out who is added each week. Listen on Spotify and YouTube. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:02 - Intro: Boxing Robin 0:10 - The Langer's Ball "Reels: Maid Behind the Bar/Anything for Jonjo?" from Appetite for Tradition 2:44 - WELCOME 4:40 - Hanneke Cassel "Dusky Meadow Set" from Reasons Unseen 09:58 - Niamh Dunne "Tides w/ Karan Casey" from Tides 13:26 - Kalos "April and Joe's/Brownington Ceilidh Club" from Headland 18:37 - Kieran Byrne "Spancil" 22:20 - FEEDBACK 25:25 - Seldom Sober “Jigs: Geese in the Bog / The Wandering Minstrel / The Coleraine” from Six Months in Confession Kinnfolk and Arise & Go, two of the artists we feature on this podcast, were selected as finalists for the Robinson Emerging Artist Showcase! The contest is put on by the Goderich Celtic Roots Festival in Canada and provides emerging artists some high quality opportunities for professional development as professional Celtic musicians. You can read more about it on Facebook. 29:10 - Kinnfolk "Right All Right" from Kinnfolk 31:59 - Ben Doran "Ship in a Bottle" from Ceol an Chroi II 34:03 - Madman's Window "The Scolding Wife" from All Guns Blazing - Live! 36:39 - Emerald Accent "Farewell to the Catskills" from All of Us 40:51 - CELTIC STORY A setting of a poem written by a Mr M Edgerley which he submitted to The Observer (Queensland, Australia) in 1924. The poem is titled “A Returned Soldier's Lament” I've renamed the song 1924 partly because I have made small changes to the text - and have added a verse, but also the date is really significant to the meaning of the words. The poem references WW1 from that date: being 6 years after the war ended, 9 years after the majority of the ANZAC troops joined the war and 8 years after their greatest involvement and losses both at Gallipoli and all along the Western front. Oh - and it's going to be on our next duo album that will be out sometime this year. Caveat warning, however; - we're so busy doing a load of other things - including the beginnings of a new Purcells Polyphonic Party album as well as festivals and folk clubs and recording for TV and games…. that any plan for launching is going to have to be quite vague. 44:20 - Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer "1924" 50:12 - THANKS 51:48 - Paddyman "The Best Pub Party in the World" from One for the Road 54:36 - Kellys Wayke "Walk the Mile" from Kellys Wayke 58:10 - the commoners "What's Your Whiskey For" from What's Your Whiskey For 1:01:42 - Michael Maloney "'Round the Mountains of Mourne" from January Hopeful 1:05:32 - CLOSING 1:07:11 - The Druids "South Australia" 1:09:35 - CREDITS The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather and our Patrons on Patreon. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. Todd Wiley is the editor of the Celtic Music Magazine. You can subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. Plus, you'll get 7 weekly news items about what's happening with Celtic music and culture online. Visit our website to subscribe to the podcast. You'll find links to all of the artists played in this episode. You'll get access to our Best of this Year Playlist. Best of all, you will connect with your Celtic heritage. Finally, please tell one friend about this podcast. Word of mouth is the absolute best way to support any creative endeavor. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC PODCAST * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster out of Atlanta, Georgia. This Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, please email artists to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. You can find a link to all of the artists along with show times in the shownotes. Plus you can sign up to our Celtic Music Magazine and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. This Monday is the release of my Celtic Musicians Guide to Digital Music eBook. It is designed for Celtic musicians who want to promote themselves on this podcast and other media sites. It's only 99 cents. And you can pre - order your copy now. You'll get your copy on April 24. And of course, my goal is NOT to make money with this eBook. I'd like you to share it because I want to help Celtic musicians. That's why you can get the eBook for FREE when you send an email to gift@bestcelticmusic. Thank you for sharing the link to this book with other Celtic musicians. Oh! And if you read it, let me know what you think. I'd love your feedback! Check out these 30 easy actions you can do every day for Earth Month. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion, and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get music - only episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and you get a private feed to listen to the show. All that for as little as $1 per episode. A special thanks to our newest Patrons of the Podcast: Barry E, Karl S HERE IS YOUR THREE STEP PLAN TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST Go to our Patreon page. Decide how much you want to pledge every week, $1, $5, $10, $25. Make sure to cap how much you want to spend per month. Keep listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast to celebrate Celtic culture through music. You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Sign up to Learn more about next year's Celtic Invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Let me know what Celtic Musicians you listen to now thanks to the podcast? Email me at celticpodcast@gmail, message me on Facebook, or contact me through Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org. Scott McCreary replied to the Celtic Music Magazine: "Hey Marc I listen to the Irish and Celtic music podcast while whittling and or wood working, cutting the grass in my two acre yard or at break time at my job at Amazon. This St. Patrick's day I don't really have plans but will definitely have corned beef for supper. I may get ambitious and make a coddle or stew at some point. I have always heard that you don't choose Ireland. Ireland chooses you and that's my case. I am an Irish descendent but have never been to Ireland. I eat up all I can about it I.e. the language, music, movies and pictures and culture. I celebrate Ireland every day " Marguerite Kearns replied: "I am just listening to the content of your songs and music. Doing nothing else. Some things don't fit well with multitasking...you fit into that category. Onward" Michael Corbett emailed: "Hi Marc! This is Michael from Seldom Sober. You were a great supporter of ours when we released our last CD in 2019. I'm sorry to tell you that Colleen, the other half of Seldom Sober, is having health problems. It would really lift her spirits for you to play one of her tune sets. Since our last CD was 4 years ago it doesn't get much attention anymore, but she loves hearing that we're being played around the world. We were actually big in New Zealand when the CD first came out. Just let me know which episode it's on. She knows I listen to your podcast, so I'll just tell her I heard it Thanks for your consideration! Please keep up the good work! You sponsored the main stage at the Savannah Irish Festival in 2019, and we appreciate that!”
How did one of Broadway's newest shows become a cringeworthy TikTok trend that earned tens of millions of views?Rolling Stone internet culture reporter CT Jones discusses how Bad Cinderella became an ironic trend for audiences. How did the show's development and debut on London's West End hurt the Andrew Lloyd Weber production? What does cringe mean in the context of trends and why does it drive discourse? How can we differentiate between genuine enthusiasm and ironic enthusiasm from fans on social media?About CT JonesCT Jones is an internet culture reporter for Rolling Stone focused on creator culture and LGBTQ+ news.Keep up with CT JonesTwitter | Linktree | Rolling Stone ArticlesShow Notes and Resources:Even TikTok Couldn't Save Broadway's ‘Bad Cinerella' - Rolling StoneLinedy Genao spray paint video - TikTokMorbius gets resurrected by memes, flops on its first day back in theatres - The VergeSpitgate
There's a problem with a lot of dating and relationship stuff you see on platforms like Instagram... You've probably experienced that light bulb feeling when you resonate with a piece of advice you see online. But you need to apply an extra filter when scrolling through a social media feed, watching a Youtube video, or listening to a podcast episode. When someone posts something that makes you go “Ah-ha!”, do you ask yourself: Does this apply to me at all? Or does it apply to me in my specific situation right now? A lot of the time, there's nuances that the content creator doesn't (and in some cases, can't) account for which might make their advice inapplicable to you and your circumstance. But how would you know that for sure? In this episode of the Love Life Connection, you'll discover three caveats to the usual relationship advice offered out there. I'll tell you how to know whether or not something applies to you (and why even what I share with you on this show or elsewhere has caveats to it, too). Along the way, you'll see examples of bad vs. triggering behaviors, learn one thing I have my clients do when they're trying to get over an ex, and discover what you can do when faced with a difficult relationship you can't just easily cut off. 2:24 - The big secret of doing the necessary work to find your person 12:37 - Caveat #1: knowing the difference between a trigger and bad behavior 18:39 - Caveat #2: how your habits and values pair with someone else's 22:49 - Caveat #3: how you treat a relationship you've chosen vs. one you didn't 27:42 - The tricky part of dealing with difficult relationships you didn't choose I hope you enjoyed this episode! Find me on Instagram or email me with your feedback. I look forward to hearing from you! After you listen to Three Caveats to Typical Relationship Advice, here are your next steps: Listen to episodes 349 and 350 and the March 2023 bonus episode. With my impactful introductory coaching session, you'll walk away knowing exactly what's blocking you in love. Learn more about working with me 1-on-1 and schedule your Introductory session here. Sign up for the Run Your Money workshop. Finally, If you get value from the Love Life Connection, please rate & review it on Apple Podcasts. It only takes a sec to impact our ranking + it'll help other women find our community!
A wonderful step toward standardisation, with some teething issues at launch.
How can creators avoid being creatively trapped by the audiences they worked to build? Where is there space for creators to take risks?Zine writer Matt Klein discusses his first-ever printed edition: Audience Capture. Klein explains the social theory behind the phenomenon, what happens to creators and audiences when audience capture is taken to its extreme, and how creators can resist becoming stuck. Klein's insights help to empower creators and audiences to create a healthier landscape between creators and audiences.
Discussed this episode: Dungeons & Dragons, Party Down, Big Door Prize, John Wick 4, The Night Agent, The Power, Carpool Karaoke, Rabbit Hole, Love Is Blind, Secrets of the Playboy Mansion, Yellowjackets, Succession, Saint Omer, Missing, Vesper, All the Beauty & Bloodshed, Caveat, The Harbinger, The Mandolorian, The Number Ones, De La Soul
How has a Type 2 diabetes drug become a go-to for celebrities and influencers looking to lose weight — and what are the damaging effects of its popularity?This week, we invited Buzzfeed reporter Kelsey Weekman to discusses her article, The Oscars Were a Nightmare For Fat People at Every Turn,. Weekman discusses how this year's Academy Awards highlighted the stigmas fat people face in Hollywood and influencer culture — and why she decided to speak out. Further, Weekman explains the rise of Type 2 diabetes drug Ozempic for weight loss. Why is the drug more popular than ever? What can tech companies and influencers do to promote more inclusive spaces?About Kelsey WeekmanKelsey Weekman is a journalist specializing in internet culture and Gen Z. She is currently a social news reporter for BuzzFeed News. On the side, she writes a newsletter about online youth culture called okay zoomer.Keep up Kelsey WeekmanTwitter | Instagram | Buzzfeed Articles | okay zoomerShow Notes and Resources:The Oscars Were A Nightmare For Fat People At Every Turn - Kelsey WeekmanMaintenance Phase -Aubrey Gordon
Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
The Proof is in the Pudding... What does that mean? Today on Here's the Caveat, Coach Bob discusses the difference between soft skills and foundational principles. Is there a difference? Find out as you listen to his leadership changing principle! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heresthecaveat/message
Ha Kung Wong and Joanne Kong of Football Garbage Time discuss their scare of the week, the 2020 movie "Caveat", and the early AFC East, AFC West, AFC North and AFC South Division Champ picks they dare to make! "Waste Time With Us!"™ Brought to you by Manscaped! Get 20% OFF + Free Shipping with promo code GARBAGETIME at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Also brought to you by BetUS! Receive a 125% Sportsbook bonus upon initial deposit, use THIS LINK (bit.ly/FootballGarbageTime-BetUS) to get this special offer! #ad
The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
Folks should join us on at the Caveat in Lower Manhattan on Saturday, 4/15/23 at 7pm ET. You can also stream the event either at the time or afterwards. See partiallyexaminedlife.com/live for tickets.
It is easy to spot if you know the passwords. Any time you hear these, you are either speaking to an idiot, an ideologue, or someone in a hypnotic trance.To speak comfortably to blue-pill people for hours without straining, you just need to barf up a few code words. I will share the secrets only with you; this article will self-destruct 30 seconds after you open it. That line is the only tongue-in-cheek part of this post, but you will only be sure about this at the end.The podcast with Chris Voss and James Altucher HERE explains how the magic works. It is a fascinating story about Voss's experience as an FBI hostage negotiator. Scan the rest of this article, then come back to the link. I also read and heavily recommend his book.I do not claim to be a master negotiator or Voss's best student; I simply generalized some of his messages. Chris says that whenever a negotiation runs down for a moment, you should repeat the last few words the other person said. This is never noticed as a technique and is always politely received. Try it on anyone right now.Voss preserves rapport and is never rude. He gently probes, keeps the conversation flowing, and the other person eventually tells him their bottom line. With this method, you do not have to turn over your cards or concede much. No one gets adversarial or pissed off, and you can close the deal if it works for you. My innovation was to use this technique in my medical practice all day, every day, for years. I hate to admit that patients rarely followed my professional advice—few doctors will—but at least my patients understood that I was listening to them, which is what they primarily wanted. My goal was to establish enough rapport to influence them. When people are encouraged to talk, they think the other person is a master conversationalist. The less you say, the more they appreciate you. My wife always told me this more eloquently, "drink a cup of shut the f@@@ up, Robert." She repeatedly reminded me that people don't care what you know unless they know you care. She is a natural influencer. The best part of this strategy is that if you are bored with someone, you can do math problems in your head or think about your mistress instead of remembering anything he says. All that is ever required is to regurgitate the last three words that came out of his mouth. In my defense, I am seldom bored with people and find nearly everyone interesting. Nearly.Before I tell you how this fits into today's dystopian conversations, I will share another advanced skill you can learn in ten seconds. Read carefully; it sounds too good to be true, and you will think I am joking. This can calm spouses, defuse road rage, and make arguments disappear. It is a phenomenal rapport builder if you can swallow your pride. I call it the "magic three." You let the other person have their say until they run out of words. Pause a moment, look them deeply in the eyes, and say, You are right, I am wrong, and I'm sorry. Sometimes handholding helps, but in our era of fabricated sexual assaults, be careful with that one. For some people, you may have to go through the process several times. It works so beautifully that spouses calm down even though they know your tricks. Although you must keep a straight face, sincerity is unnecessary. Caveat: if you try this more than three times in a row without the magic working, consider leaving, maybe permanently. Second caveat: occasionally, getting aggressive and drawing limits works better, but this is risky, and these situations are rare. This is a preview of a soon-to-drop episode at robertyoho.substack.com.Support the show
Looking for something spooky and hilarious? Than we have the perfect show for you! On the latest episode of Whisper in the Wings from Stage Whisper we sat down with director Olivia Miller and writer/composer Dylan MarcAurele to talk about their latest show, M3gan the Unofficial Parody Musical. We talked about their previous works, inspiration for this new show, and their amazing career so far in the theatre. This was a fun interview to be sure, so don't miss out on it. And be sure to share it with a friend!M3GAN: The Unofficial Parody MusicalOne Night Only, March 30th @ 7pm@ Caveat (21 A Clinton St) on the Lower East SideTickets and more information available at m3ganmusical.com or at caveat.nycAnd be sure to follow our guests to stay up to date on all their exciting projects and productions!Olivia MillerIG: @bloodymaryliveTikTok: @thatoliviamillerDylan MarcAurele@rhonymusical
In this episode of Occupied Thoughts, FMEP Non-resident Fellow Peter Beinart speaks to Maya Berry (Arab American Institute) and Jim Cavallaro (University Network for Human Rights) about the Biden Administration's recent decision to rescind Cavallaro's nomination to the serve as an independent expert on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Their discussion explores the Biden Administration's pitiful profile on Palestinian human rights, and an optimistic take on where the Democratic Party might be headed. For resources and more information, please visit: https://fmep.org/resource/the-cost-of-a-palestine-caveat-biden-admin-chooses-politics-over-human-rights-expertise/
Tickets for our Friday, 3/17 show "Taking A Brain Check" Welcome to Facts Marine! Noah was joined live at Caveat in NYC by guest marine biologists and science communicators Jaida Elcock and Dr. Diana Li, PhD, as well as scientist and comedian Kyle Marian! Listen as they make waves, do deep dives on the deep sea, and have a “littoral” whale of a time!
People who stutter (PWS) develop fear and avoidance habits. Unless we know how to help a pws with reducing fear and anxiety, we are not providing holistic therapy. An embarrassing moment of stuttering or avoiding talking is "stored to the hard drive"- it is consolidated, and it can be reconsolidated later. You can actually feel an old memory in your soma! As Starkweather and Givens write, stuttering is a variant of PTSD (see below). Anxiety and fear is the biggest obstacle for pws and graduate programs don't train students in CBT. Time-Line therapy is special sauce in providing CBT for pws. Disclosure and acceptance are essential but they take a long time. What if you could run an antivirus scan in your brain and quarantine files of toxic memories, beliefs, and malware thoughts? Caveat: as the wikipedia article states, you must be skilled in the delivery of this therapy. Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traumatic_memories#:~:text=Traumatic%20memories%20are%20formed%20after,hours%20after%20the%20initial%20experience. https://www.stuttering-specialist.com/post/stuttering-as-a-variant-of-post-traumatic-stress-disorder Books: Time Line Therapy and The Basis of Personality. James and Woodsmall Adventures with Time Lines. Bodenhamer & Hall
We're joined by the producers and talent behind the live show, Hi, Nice People! Our guests for this episode are previous guests and dear friends of the show, Hunter Gardner and Meg Pierson. The two are here to talk about a show Jason and GF of the Show, Justina, have been on, Hi, Nice People!, which is an adult Mr. Roger's style show. Hunter and Meg tell Jason what goes into putting the show together, how they've developed it over time, how changing to the show's new venue as of March 14th, Caveat, has helped the show evolve, The Artist's Way, and more! Get tickets to their March 14th show: http://caveat.nyc/events/hi-nice-people-3-14-2023 Instagram: @NicePeople.Show, @hunnagardnah, @ThereItIsPod, @JasonFarrPics Twitter: @hunnagardnah, @ThereItIsPod, @JasonFarrJokes Facebook: @ThereItIsPod Subscribe to our comedy newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/e22defd4dee2/thereitis
Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
The burning question... How do I get more clients? This is a great question; the way people go about answering the question is what causes problems and failure. Today on Here's the Caveat, Coach Bob delves into the pit of confusion of how to truly be successful in getting more clients by helping them want to work with you. Sales is not about getting people to do business with you, it is about influencing people to flock to you because they want to do business with you. In this powerful episode, you will learn the 5 keys to be the solution your clients are looking for. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heresthecaveat/message
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Acausal normalcy, published by Andrew Critch on March 3, 2023 on LessWrong. This post is also available on the EA Forum. Summary: Having thought a bunch about acausal trade — and proven some theorems relevant to its feasibility — I believe there do not exist powerful information hazards about it that stand up to clear and circumspect reasoning about the topic. I say this to be comforting rather than dismissive; if it sounds dismissive, I apologize. With that said, I have four aims in writing this post: Dispelling myths. There are some ill-conceived myths about acausal trade that I aim to dispel with this post. Alternatively, I will argue for something I'll call acausal normalcy as a more dominant decision-relevant consideration than one-on-one acausal trades. Highlighting normalcy. I'll provide some arguments that acausal normalcy is more similar to human normalcy than any particular acausal trade is to human trade, such that the topic of acausal normalcy is — conveniently — also less culturally destabilizing than (erroneous) preoccupations with 1:1 acausal trades. Affirming AI safety as a straightforward priority. I'll argue that for most real-world-prevalent perspectives on AI alignment, safety, and existential safety, acausal considerations are not particularly dominant, except insofar as they push a bit further towards certain broadly agreeable human values applicable in the normal-everyday-human-world, such as nonviolence, cooperation, diversity, honesty, integrity, charity, and mercy. In particular, I do not think acausal normalcy provides a solution to existential safety, nor does it undermine the importance of existential safety in some surprising way. Affirming normal human kindness. I also think reflecting on acausal normalcy can lead to increased appreciation for normal notions of human kindness, which could lead us all to treat each other a bit better. This is something I wholeheartedly endorse. Caveat 1: I don't consider myself an expert on moral philosophy, and have not read many of the vast tomes of reflection upon it. Despite this, I think this post has something to contribute to moral philosophy, deriving from some math-facts that I've learned and thought about over the years, which are fairly unique to the 21st century. Caveat 2: I've been told by a few people that thinking about acausal trade has been a mental health hazard for people they know. I now believe that effect has stemmed more from how the topic has been framed (poorly) than from ground-truth facts about how circumspect acausal considerations actually play out. In particular over-focussing on worst-case trades, rather than on what trades are healthy or normal to make, is not a good way to make good trades. Introduction Many sci-fi-like stories about acausal trade invoke simulation as a key mechanism. The usual set-up — which I will refute — goes like this. Imagine that a sufficiently advanced human civilization (A) could simulate a hypothetical civilization of other beings (B), who might in turn be simulating humanity (B(A)) simulating them (A(B(A)) simulating humanity (B(A(B(A)))), and so on. Through these nested simulations, A and B can engage in discourse and reach some kind of agreement about what to do with their local causal environments. For instance, if A values what it considers “animal welfare” and B values what it considers “beautiful paperclips”, then A can make some beautiful paperclips in exchange for B making some animals living happy lives. An important idea here is that A and B might have something of value to offer each other, despite the absence of a (physically) causal communication channel. While agreeing with that idea, there are three key points I want to make that this standard story is missing: 1. Simulations are not the most efficient way for A and B to reach th...
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Acausal normalcy, published by Andrew Critch on March 3, 2023 on The AI Alignment Forum. This post is also available on the EA Forum. Summary: Having thought a bunch about acausal trade — and proven some theorems relevant to its feasibility — I believe there do not exist powerful information hazards about it that stand up to clear and circumspect reasoning about the topic. I say this to be comforting rather than dismissive; if it sounds dismissive, I apologize. With that said, I have four aims in writing this post: Dispelling myths. There are some ill-conceived myths about acausal trade that I aim to dispel with this post. Alternatively, I will argue for something I'll call acausal normalcy as a more dominant decision-relevant consideration than one-on-one acausal trades. Highlighting normalcy. I'll provide some arguments that acausal normalcy is more similar to human normalcy than any particular acausal trade is to human trade, such that the topic of acausal normalcy is — conveniently — also less culturally destabilizing than (erroneous) preoccupations with 1:1 acausal trades. Affirming AI safety as a straightforward priority. I'll argue that for most real-world-prevalent perspectives on AI alignment, safety, and existential safety, acausal considerations are not particularly dominant, except insofar as they push a bit further towards certain broadly agreeable human values applicable in the normal-everyday-human-world, such as nonviolence, cooperation, diversity, honesty, integrity, charity, and mercy. In particular, I do not think acausal normalcy provides a solution to existential safety, nor does it undermine the importance of existential safety in some surprising way. Affirming normal human kindness. I also think reflecting on acausal normalcy can lead to increased appreciation for normal notions of human kindness, which could lead us all to treat each other a bit better. This is something I wholeheartedly endorse. Caveat 1: I don't consider myself an expert on moral philosophy, and have not read many of the vast tomes of reflection upon it. Despite this, I think this post has something to contribute to moral philosophy, deriving from some math-facts that I've learned and thought about over the years, which are fairly unique to the 21st century. Caveat 2: I've been told by a few people that thinking about acausal trade has been a mental health hazard for people they know. I now believe that effect has stemmed more from how the topic has been framed (poorly) than from ground-truth facts about how circumspect acausal considerations actually play out. In particular over-focussing on worst-case trades, rather than on what trades are healthy or normal to make, is not a good way to make good trades. Introduction Many sci-fi-like stories about acausal trade invoke simulation as a key mechanism. The usual set-up — which I will refute — goes like this. Imagine that a sufficiently advanced human civilization (A) could simulate a hypothetical civilization of other beings (B), who might in turn be simulating humanity (B(A)) simulating them (A(B(A)) simulating humanity (B(A(B(A)))), and so on. Through these nested simulations, A and B can engage in discourse and reach some kind of agreement about what to do with their local causal environments. For instance, if A values what it considers “animal welfare” and B values what it considers “beautiful paperclips”, then A can make some beautiful paperclips in exchange for B making some animals living happy lives. An important idea here is that A and B might have something of value to offer each other, despite the absence of a (physically) causal communication channel. While agreeing with that idea, there are three key points I want to make that this standard story is missing: 1. Simulations are not the most efficient way for A and ...
Thanks for hitting play and listening to Hit Play all season! We wrapped season 3 of the show with a live episode recorded at Caveat in New York City's Lower East Side on February 13th, 2023. In the future from that moment, we listen back to the time spent there, then, now. If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We'd love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 3:12 - The Zippo Diaries by Cecil Baldwin 14:12 - Lullabies//An Invocation by Anooj Bhandari 24:47 - Where? (for Joey) by Shelton Lindsay 26:49 - From Taiwan, With Love by Kyra Sims 31:13 - One Day Walking Away NYC 2023 by Rob Neill 34:08 - Tour Guiding is One Part Knowledge and 999 Parts Bullshit by Mike Manship 44:28 - //CHROMATICITY THRU THE AGES// by Val Ramirez 52:19 - exactly one decade ago… by Anthony Sertel Dean The album mentioned in the episode can be found here Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Julia Melfi, and Ali Cronin
The “cure” for preeclampsia is NOT delivery. Preeclampsia is an important signal for future cardiovascular complications once pregnancy is over. While there may not be a true “cure”, we do have options for chemoprophylaxis of preeclampsia. Currently, only low-dose aspirin is ACOG/SMFM endorsed for preeeclampsia prevention. But pravastatin is gaining steam. Pravastatin was previously classified (in the now discontinued FDA label) Category X. However, the FDA recently removed the warning regarding use of statins in pregnancy, resulting from the favorable data on pravastatin as a potential chemoprophylactic agent against preeclampsia. While short term fetal safety has already been documented, there was a gap in data regarding long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes in children exposed to this medication in- utero. But new data has some reassuring findings (with a CAVEAT). In this episode, we will highlight a soon-to-be released publication in the AJOG, which is the first to report on the long-term neuromotor, cognitive, and behavioral outcomes of children exposed to pravastatin in utero.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Why I don't agree with HLI's estimate of household spillovers from therapy, published by JamesSnowden on February 24, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Summary In its cost-effectiveness estimate of StrongMinds, Happier Lives Institute (HLI) estimates that most of the benefits accrue not to the women who receive therapy, but to household members. According to HLI's estimates, each household member benefits from the intervention ~50% as much as the person receiving therapy. Because there are ~5 non-recipient household members per treated person, this estimate increases the cost-effectiveness estimate by ~250%. i.e. ~70-80% of the benefits of therapy accrue to household members, rather than the program participant. I don't think the existing evidence justifies HLI's estimate of 50% household spillovers. My main disagreements are: Two of the three RCTs HLI relies on to estimate spillovers are on interventions specifically intended to benefit household members (unlike StrongMinds' program, which targets women and adolescents living with depression). Those RCTs only measure the wellbeing of a subset of household members most likely to benefit from the intervention. The results of the third RCT are inconsistent with HLI's estimate. I'd guess the spillover benefit to other household members is more likely to be in the 5-25% range (though this is speculative). That reduces the estimated cost-effectiveness of StrongMinds from 9x to 3-6x cash transfers, which would be below GiveWell's funding bar of 10x. Caveat in footnote. I think I also disagree with other parts of HLI's analysis (including how worried to be about reporting bias; the costs of StrongMinds' program; and the point on a life satisfaction scale that's morally equivalent to death). I'd guess, though I'm not certain, that more careful consideration of each of these would reduce StrongMinds' cost-effectiveness estimate further relative to other opportunities. But I'm going to focus on spillovers in this post because I think it makes the most difference to the bottom line, represents the clearest issue to me, and has received relatively little attention in other critiques. For context: I wrote the first version of Founders Pledge's mental health report in 2017 and gave feedback on an early draft of HLI's report on household spillovers. I've spent 5-10 hours digging into the question of household spillovers from therapy specifically. I work at Open Philanthropy but wrote this post in a personal capacity. I'm reasonably confident the main critiques in this post are right, but much less confident in what the true magnitude of household spillovers is. I admire the work StrongMinds is doing and I'm grateful to HLI for their expansive literature reviews and analysis on this question. Thank you to Joel McGuire, Akhil Bansal, Isabel Arjmand, Alex Cohen, Sjir Hoeijmakers, Josh Rosenberg, and Matt Lerner for their insightful comments. They don't necessarily endorse the conclusions of this post. 0. How HLI estimates the household spillover rate of therapy HLI estimates household spillovers of therapy on the basis of the three RCTs on therapy which collected data on the subjective wellbeing of some of the household members of program participants: Mutamba et al. (2018), Swartz et al. (2008), Kemp et al. (2009). Combining those RCTs in a meta-analysis, HLI estimates household spillover rates of 53% (see the forest plot below; 53% comes from dividing the average household member effect (0.35) by the average recipient effect (0.66)). HLI assumes StrongMinds' intervention will have a similar effect on household members. But, I don't think these three RCTs can be used to generate a reliable estimate for the spillovers of StrongMinds' program for three reasons. 1. Two of the three RCTs HLI relies on to estimate spillovers are on in...
This week we look at Joseph's interactions with Pharaoh and how they determine the coming narrative and development of Joseph's impact on the Biblical story. Let us hear the story! Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.
Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
Have you ever said the wrong thing and then were upset at yourself for not keeping your mouth shut? Of Course... We have all been there! Today, on Here's the Caveat, Coach Bob will discuss how to set yourself above the status quo and fly like an eagle. He will share the 6 things you never should say that lower your influence as a leader and may not even know it. Listen to this powerful episode today! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heresthecaveat/message
Kicking off an all new episode, Nate give an announcement about an upcoming performance for the RISK! live show in the Lower East Side at Caveat before sitting down with Katie Feeney (You Do You, Roberta Faceplant). They talk about growing up in Erie, musical theater, being a creative kid and the lost confidence of youth, home recorded radio shows, going to Penn State, moving to Philadelphia and getting back into music her work with non-profits, Rock to the Future, the pandemic and other obstacles, meeting her husband Drew and forming You Do You, the origins of Roberta Faceplant, writing country songs, her song "Everything is Trash", her new releases, the upcoming single, "Keep Talkin'", the Tom Petty cover "Two Gunslingers", the motivation to release three singles vs. releasing an EP, and hosting open mics. Then, Katie enters the Jawntlet. (photo credit: Lisa Schaffer Photography) Katie Feeney website Roberta Faceplant website Roberta Faceplant Bandcamp Roberta Faceplant Instagram Roberta Faceplant Twitter Roberta Faceplant Facebook Roberta Faceplant YouTube Subscribe to the Y!TMJ Newsletter! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ytmj/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ytmj/support
Latin in Layman’s - A Rhetoric Revolution
1. Actio: A legal action or suit in Roman law; from Latin actio, from agere “to do.” 2. Adjudicatio: A court decree or judgement; from Latin adjudico, from ad “to” and judicare “to judge”. 3. Actori incumbit probatio: The burden of proof lies on the plaintiff; from Latin actori incumbit probatio, from actor “plaintiff” and incumbere “to impose”. 4. Brevi manu: By order of the court; from Latin brevi manu, from brevis “short” and manus “hand”. 5. Caveat emptor: Let the buyer beware; from Latin caveat emptor, from cavere “to beware” and emptor “buyer”. 6. Damnum emergens: Loss arising from a breach of contract; from Latin damnum emergens, from damnum “loss” and emergere “to arise”. 7. Ex aequo et bono: According to equity and good conscience; from Latin ex aequo et bono, from ex “from” and aequus “equal” and bonus “good”. 8. Ex debito justitiae: Out of a sense of justice; from Latin ex debito justitiae, from ex “out of”, debito “debt” and justitiae “justice”. 9. In personam: Against a specific person; from Latin in personam, from in “into” and persona “person”. 10. In rem: Against a thing or property; from Latin in rem, from in “into” and rem “thing”. 11. Inter vivos: Between living persons; from Latin inter vivos, from inter “between” and vivos “living”. 12. Jus cogens: Compulsory law; from Latin jus cogens, from jus “law” and cogere “to compel”. 13. Pacta sunt servanda: Agreements must be kept; from Latin pacta sunt servanda, from pacta “agreements”, sunt “are” and servanda “to be kept”. 14. Qui facit per alium, facit per se: He who acts through another, acts himself; from Latin qui facit per alium, facit per se, from qui “who”, facit “makes”, per “through”, alium “other” and se “self”. 15. Res judicata: A matter already adjudicated; from Latin res judicata, from res “thing” and judicata “adjudicated”. 6. Fiat Lux – Let there be light. (Latin: fiat, let; lux, light). Etymologically, fiat lux literally means “let there be light” and is used to refer to the creation of light. 8. Mea Culpa – My mistake; my fault. (Latin: mea, my; culpa, fault). Etymologically, mea culpa literally means “my fault” and is used to refer to an admission of guilt or responsibility for a mistake. 9. Moot Point – A point or issue that is no longer relevant or applicable. (Latin: mūtāre, to change). Etymologically, moot point literally means “to change” and is used to refer to a point or issue that is no longer relevant or applicable. 10. Res Ipsa Loquitur – The thing speaks for itself; an inference that a person is responsible for an accident or injury because they were in control of the situation. (Latin: res, thing; ipsa, itself; loquitur, speaks). Etymologically, res ipsa loquitur literally means “the thing speaks for itself” and is used to refer to an inference that a person is responsible for an accident or injury because they were in control of the situation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liam-connerly/support
Thanks for Hitting Play all season and listening to Hit Play. This episode: some Neo-Futurists chose their favorite Hit Play pieces from the season to highlight. Some of the plays may contain sensitive topics. For more specific content warnings, check out the timecodes below. We will be wrapping the season with a live podcast recording on February 13th at Caveat on the Lower East Side of New York. If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We'd love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 1:18 - wherever, whenever, it's yours by Hilary Asare 3:08 - The: The by Jake Banasiewicz 4:53 [CW: Redacted slurs] - Neo Monologue: Constructed (Or, Questions from the Classroom) — Part 2 by Val Ramirez 8:26 - 13 by Joey Rizzolo 10:04 - Directive to those who are… by Rob Neill 12:16 - To save time, I didn't write a script for this play. An AI wrote it. by Anthony Sertel Dean 17:36 - a glance. a pain. an abstraction. ...... (a hope.) by Kyra Sims Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov Hit Play is produced and sound designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
Buffy S6 E22 "Grave"/Gilmore Girls S6 E22 "Partings"It's the Season 6 finale! Buffy, Dawn, Lorelai, Christopher... they all got each other's backs and are closer than ever. The floor's got Giles' back, as that's where he spends a good portion of the episode. An English coven has sent Giles to stop Willow from destroying the world, and Rory sends Logan to England to stop him from destroying his liver. This might be an understatement but... Willow and Lorelai are dealing with a LOT of emotions. Both episodes end with tearful embraces. Taylor might be the BTK Killer? And Bryan's got beef with Satan... oh, and forks...If you're in New York City on Wednesday, February 8th, be sure to check out Stacey's show How to Restaurant at Caveat!Don't forget to check out our music video for "Getaway (Stars Hollow)" from super talented musical artist, The Other Realm. Check out his other music and follow him on social media @theotherrealmmusic.Want more content? Sing up for our Patreon! We've got 3 tiers of bonus content, including early extended episode teasers, outtakes, watch parties, and of course, our weekly Angel video reviews! patreon.com/bryanandstaceyIntroduction - 0:00Buffy S6 E22: Grave - 6:23Meanwhile on Charmed - 49:14Gilmore Girls S6 E22: Partings - 54:42The Winner - 1:43:13Follow us on social media for more Buffy/Gilmore content, and to see what other projects we're up to!YouTube:Bryan & StaceyInstagram:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyTikTok:@email@example.comTwitter:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyFacebook:Buffy the Gilmore Slayer/Bryan & StaceyEmail us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: bryanandstacey.comTheme song written and performed by @louiearonowitzSupport the show
Here's The Caveat... Intentional Leadership with Coach Bob Reish
Life changes as the windblows. We experience the ups and downs of circumstances every day. As each day brings new challenges, how do you achieve your goals in the midst of them. Today on Here's the Caveat, Coach Bob gives you the three keys to achieving your goals in the midst of any circumstance. Listen to this powerful episode and find consistency in your daily routine despite what is going on around you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heresthecaveat/message
Pod Chef - The Official Top Chef Podcast
This week the three amigos are joined by our good friend and human woman... in your face, haters... Ashley Everhart (Character's Welcome, Boogiemanja, Toronto Sketch Fest). Ashley couldn't wait to tell us about her Groundhog's Day Hog Feast during Chef's I Prepared For You and really wanted to recap Top Chef Season 6, Episode 12 - "Culinary Olympics" so we did that too. The Top Chef talk starts at 31:20. Follow Ashley on instagram - @ashleyceverhart And if you are in the NY area - checkout Ashley and Bryan's sketch team's show at Caveat on Feb 7th - BUY A TICKET! ----more---- Subscribe for new episodes every Monday. Rate us 5 stars and let us know what you had for dinner last night in the review! This episode was edited by Bryan A Jackson. The Pod Chef theme song was produced and performed by Jeff Ray. Pod Chef Links Follow us on Instagram and Twitter - @podchefpodcast Follow Bryan on Instagram - @bjacksonininaction Follow Jamal on Instagram - @hell0newman Our intro was produced and performed by Jeff Ray - https://www.instagram.com/jeffrayfilms/
Caveat, this show really has nothing to do with Kevin Hayes. Again. Regardless, the guys talk about who they think is part of the core moving forward along with their reflections on the team to this point in the season.
The Musician's Guide To Being Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise
Flushing out your "Why" is all about determining in this season what you think your purpose in life is; perhaps we can define it as what brings your joy and personal satisfaction, with a huge CAVEAT of boundaries. The reason I say boundaries is I have found in my research that it's really hard to feel like we have a clear purpose if we are doing things we think other people expect of us, or because we happen to get praise for them, or because they are easy/ come naturally. In this episode, I want to challenge the status quo around you having 1 major life “why” where you have some sort of eureka moment that gives you the “answers” and then you just go forth and conquer and everything is peachy or if you deviate or change your mind you have failed. Let's learn and grow together in this episode as we explore and determine how to come to a "why" that best fits our current season. Boundary Section of the Episode: My new favorite boundary expert is a renowned licensed therapist and relationship expert Nedra Glover Tawabb. She has an amazing book on boundaries I highly recommend! She defines boundaries as : “I define boundaries as a verbal communication or an action that you communicate to someone to feel safe, secure, and supported in a relationship” Boundary Setting Book: https://realfoodwholelife.com/feelgoodeffect/setting-healthy-boundaries-nedra-glover-tawwab/
Gilmore Girls S6 E21 "Driving Miss Gilmore"/Buffy S6 E21 "Two to Go"They've darkened their eyes, and are forcing someone else drive them down the highway in a huge vehicle. Whether they're on a mission to murder two lackeys or to gift their daughter her dream home, Willow and Emily are dram-a! As Willow fully succumbs to her drug of choice ("magics"), Sookie and Jackson do everything they can to rid their lives of drugs ("pickles"). Danny Strong teams up with Paris to hold Logan hostage in his own apartment, while simultaneously BEING held hostage by the Scoobies at the Magic Box. Plus Stacey tries to explain South Dakota to Bryan. If you're in New York City on Wednesday, February 8th, be sure to check out Stacey's show How to Restaurant at Caveat!Don't forget to check out our music video for "Getaway (Stars Hollow)" from super talented musical artist, The Other Realm. Check out his other music and follow him on social media @theotherrealmmusic.Want more content? Sing up for our Patreon! We've got 3 tiers of bonus content, including early extended episode teasers, outtakes, watch parties, and of course, our weekly Angel video reviews! patreon.com/bryanandstaceyIntroduction - 0:00Gilmore Girls S6 E21: Driving Miss Gilmore - 5:12Meanwhile on Charmed - 50:17Buffy S6 E21: Two to Go - 53:23The Winner - 1:32:35Follow us on social media for more Buffy/Gilmore content, and to see what other projects we're up to!YouTube:Bryan & StaceyInstagram:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyTikTok:@email@example.comTwitter:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyFacebook:Buffy the Gilmore Slayer/Bryan & StaceyEmail us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: bryanandstacey.comTheme song written and performed by @louiearonowitzSupport the show
Are you tired of settling for less in your dating life? We need to start dating with more self-respect. I want to talk about how to do date more intentionally, why excuses from a potential partner are a giant red flag, and more! Time Stamps: (0:21) Dating with Self Respect (1:30) Caveat to My Post (6:58) Making Excuses is a Giant Red Flag (9:24) Would Love to Hear Your Thoughts ------------- Join the Born to Thrive Community! ------------- Join the Lifts with Alex App Today! ------------- Follow Me on Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/thealexallen/ Follow Me on Tik Tok! - https://www.tiktok.com/@thealexallen? Follow the Born to Thrive Podcast Instagram Page! - https://www.instagram.com/borntothrivepodcast/ Follow Lifts with Alex Instagram Page for Training, Nutrition, and Life Tips and Content! - https://www.instagram.com/borntothrivepodcast/ Click Here to Stay Up to Date with All of My Offers and Freebies! - https://beacons.page/thealexallen/
Buffy S6 E20 "Villains"/Gilmore Girls S6 E20 "Super Cool Party People"Whether it's because Lorelai's taken over their birthday party, or because they sucked a bunch of books into their body, the girls are getting makeovers!! We're a little preoccupied the lax hospital security in both of these episodes, oh because people from both shows are dealing with collapsed lungs. Both shows introduce us to someone with creepy blue eyes. Both have villainous men getting their comeuppance. It's up for debate if Warren's puzzle box was inspired by a Snitch, but if it is, both shows have Harry Potter references. And someone please... explain what trials are!If you're in New York City on Wednesday, February 8th, be sure to check out Stacey's show How to Restaurant at Caveat! Don't forget to check out our music video for "Getaway (Stars Hollow)" from super talented musical artist, The Other Realm. Check out his other music and follow him on social media @theotherrealmmusic.Want more content? Sing up for our Patreon! We've got 3 tiers of bonus content, including early extended episode teasers, outtakes, watch parties, and of course, our weekly Angel video reviews! patreon.com/bryanandstaceyIntroduction - 0:00Buffy S6 E20: Villains- 5:49Meanwhile on Charmed - 45:27Gilmore Girls S6 E20: Super Cool Party People- 48:09The Winner - 1:31:59Follow us on social media for more Buffy/Gilmore content, and to see what other projects we're up to!YouTube:Bryan & StaceyInstagram:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyTikTok:@email@example.comTwitter:@gilmoreslayer/@bryanandstaceyFacebook:Buffy the Gilmore Slayer/Bryan & StaceyEmail us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: bryanandstacey.comTheme song written and performed by @louiearonowitzSupport the show
We start with new details on a second discovery of classified documents President Joe Biden's legal team found. Inflation seems to be heading in the right direction, but the US isn't out of the woods yet. The special counsel looking into January 6 is targeting Trump allies – we'll tell you why. FTX bankruptcy lawyers say they've been able to recover billions in funds to help repay creditors. Plus, a new study says long Covid might not last so long for some.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Transition is expensive. A listener writes in to ask, what's the harm with starting an OnlyFans account to help with the costs? Chasers are creepy, but money is money. She's got systems in place to ensure her anonymity and safety. What do you think? Topics in this episode include: Usury laws Bible says don't charge interest when you lend money, but Christians still seem to like it for some reason. "Caveat" means an old-fashioned necktie, we're pretty sure. Don't Fuck With Cats taught us people can locate you based on your images, if they're motivated enough. NYC paramedic outed (correction: not fired) for having an OnlyFans account. The concept of "less dead" in criminal justice Porn actress Asia Carrera retired to Utah because no one looks at porn in Utah. Speaking of Utah: the only thing better than the breathtaking canyon walls of Zion National Park were the cute Utah queers we encountered there. We see you and we love you. Faith does not love driving in Phoenix AZ. Listen past the end credits for sounds of one of our dogs sleep- barking! Buy Faith's book! It's the mid 1990s, and a high school guy in Georgia is grappling with his queerness, his faith, his friends, and his future in Disgusta by Faith DaBrooke. Support us on Patreon to help us keep making great content, and to get some cool rewards! Check out our website for our latest episodes!