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New England Hockey Journal’s The Rink Shrinks
Charlestown's Own: Jim Vesey

New England Hockey Journal’s The Rink Shrinks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 123:29


Episode 98- BY & Motts are back fresh off of Thanksgiving and are gearing up for the high school hockey season. The guys also welcome in Jim Vesey, the father of former guest and current New York Rangers forward Jimmy Vesey, a Charlestown native, and current Toronto Maple Leafs scout for a great chat about: Growing up in Charlestown & the rivalries with other suburbs of Boston Sneaking onto the ice at night to play with friends An epic career at Merrimack College Throwing on the Bruins jersey for the first time Players needing to be more accountable in the game today + tons more The fellas wrap up the show talking about the upcoming Boston Fire versus Quincy Fire charity hockey game which takes place December 4th and they answer the My Hockey Rankings question of the week. Today's Episode Was Sponsored By: Pro Stock Hockey: Shop for the young hockey player in your family this holiday season with pro stock hockey! Free name personalization, free tape, same day shipping, and friendly customer service come with all kids sticks and gloves. Pro Stock Hockey is the best way to give your kid the pro experience. All kids sticks also come with a free 30-day warranty. Visit prostockhockey.com today and use code “bymotts” for 20% off your kids gear order. Sparx Hockey: Head on over to sparxhockey.com and use BYMOTTS for $50 off your Sparx Sharpener. We're heading into the holiday season, so there is nothing better than the gift that keeps on giving- a Sparx Sharpener for at home skate sharpening. With Sparx you get an accurate sharpening every single time. TSR Hockey: Head up to see our guys at TSR Hockey in Salem, NH where you can get outfitted in team gear and stock up on all your equipment needs for the remainder of hockey season. You can reach their team store at 603-912-5970, ask for Mike or Dave and they can take care of you. TSR stocks team apparel from CCM and Bauer and does everything in house, embroidery and printing.TSR Hockey is New England's premier hockey store and is a proud sponsor of The Rink Shinks. Visit www.tsrhockey.com Franklin Sports: Franklin Street Hockey –Franklin Sports, your one-stop, hockey shop for the holiday season! Shop our collection of NHL licensed fan gear and street hockey gear to find the perfect gift for the hockey nut in your life and keep an eye out for our incredible Cyber Monday deals only at franklinsports.com Cross Country Mortgage: Devo and the team at Cross Country Mortgage have options and strategies to provide buyers with lower monthly payments. It's a great time to buy a home (especially if you're renting), so it's time for you to give Devo a call and chat about why home ownership makes sense. Again it's a purchase market and a great time to buy. Give him a follow on instagram @ chrisdevinccm for more information. Or visit their website at chrisdevin.com where you can schedule a time for a call with him. Cross Country Mortgage LLC NMLS #47305 My Hockey Rankings: We are proud to be partnered with our friends at My Hockey Rankings! Check out their site at www.myhockeyrankings.com to see where your team ranks. Be sure to submit the My Hockey Rankings question of the week & see if we answer your question!

Digging In with Tasha Calvert
Talking Truth with Alisa Childers

Digging In with Tasha Calvert

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 49:56


You may know her as a CCM artist and part of the popular band ZOEgirl, but Alisa Childers has a faith journey that took her to the brink of agnosticism. Listen in as Alisa shares about her latest book, Live Your Truth, and the questions she asked and the truth she found.

This Is A Voice
The reality of PhDs and vocal pedagogy with Dr Marisa Lee Naismith

This Is A Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:14 Transcription Available


Ever wondered what it's like to do a PhD in vocal pedagogy? Or how that PhD might translate into teaching singing?Want to know exactly why we think classical vocal training doesn't work for contemporary commercial music singers?We go deep with Dr Marisa Lee Naismith, author of Singing Contemporary Commercial Music Styles, a pedagogical framework:How difficult is it to juggle the work of a PhD, family life and a full-time business? Marisa and Gillyanne compare notes (3.00)Why is CCM pedagogy still not thought of as legitimate? Marisa gives us the background (9.00)What is the single biggest difference between classical and CCM music, and therefore the biggest requirement for teaching CCM singers that classical teachers don't usually do? Jeremy shares his thoughts. (16.50)Marisa prods Jeremy about bias - what's his answer? (18.30)What is the 1% that Marisa is talking about, and what was the survey Gillyanne & Jeremy did that confirms it? (26.40)And what IS the job of a singing teacher? Marisa reveals her take on what needs to happen in a singing lesson.It's a fascinating conversation, and this is just part 1!Drop in and join usGet Marisa's book here https://amzn.to/3EG7O3p Get the This Is A Voice book here https://amzn.to/3A9steNGet the One Minute Voice Warmup app here, it's got a 4.9star ratingAppstore https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/one-minute-voice-warmup/id1212802251Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.speechtools.warmup&hl=en_GB&pli=1We've also got this! ↓The 5 Days to Better Singing Teaching course online, with voice coaching techniques, vocal articulation exercises and a LOT more for the up-to-date singing teacher is here https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/5-days-to-better-singing-teachingFor the best self-guided learning check out the Vocal Process Learning Lounge - 16 years of vocal coaching resources (over 600 videos) for less than the price of one private singing lesson. Click and scroll down the page for the free previewshttps://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/the-vocal-technique-learning-loungeFor real 1-1 attention on your own voice, book a voice coaching session in the singing studio with Jeremy or Gillyannehttps://drgillyannekayesjeremyfisherinspirationsession.as.me/schedule.phpIf you want to discover if our singing teacher training programme works for YOU, message us - we can share the process for joining Cohort23.Sign up for the Vocal Process newsletter https://vocalprocess.co.uk/build-your-own-tilting-larynx/Check out our brand new Voice Journal, written with Rayvox's Oren Boderhttps://www.rayvox.co.uk/products/voice-journalFind us - follow us on the socials!

Boys' Bible Study
Newsboys: Down Under the Big Top (1996) feat. Josh Martin

Boys' Bible Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 75:33


This straight-to-video oddity from the vast catalog of legendary Christian rock band Newsboys is a nostalgic favorite for fans of the group who love Newsboys' classic mid-90s albums including “Going Public” and “Take Me to Your Leader”. DOWN UNDER THE BIG TOP is a comic fantasy film starring the band as the reluctant heirs of a dilapidated circus, faced with the difficult task of coming up with exciting acts and making “megacash” by bringing the show back to life. That's as far as the plot really goes — most of the film is just an excuse to see your favorite Newsboys getting pies to the face or making Christian music industry in-jokes. CCM (contemporary Christian music) super-producer Steve Taylor, who directed this film, makes a cameo alongside other musical powerhouses such as prolific bassist Tommy Simms. The silly gags of DOWN UNDER THE BIG TOP aren't without their dark undertones — lead vocalist John James was likely performing in this film while in the throes of his addiction issues that would cause him to leave the group the following year, although fortunately he has since recovered. Still, DOWN UNDER THE BIG TOP is a charmingly bizarre artifact of a time when CCM had a huge cultural impact, and Newsboys were the genre's most beloved ambassadors. Returning as a guest to our show is our friend and resident CCM expert Josh Martin, a film curator behind Uncomfortable Brunch and Orlando Pop-Up Movie Services, who filled in our analysis of this film with his intricate knowledge of Newsboys lore. Follow Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncomfortablebrunch/ View our full episode list and subscribe to any of our public feeds: http://boysbiblestudy.com Unlock 2+ bonus episodes per month: http://patreon.com/boysbiblestudy Subscribe to our Twitch for monthly streams: http://twitch.tv/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/boysbiblestudy Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/boysbiblestudy

New England Hockey Journal’s The Rink Shrinks
Mailbag: Strong Sticks, Goalie Parents, & Situational Shifts

New England Hockey Journal’s The Rink Shrinks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 87:21


Episode 97- BY & Motts are back and ready to open up the mailbag and answer all of your questions and react to your stories as well. Beforehand, the guys catch up on the weekend with high school hockey set to begin soon. Then we dip into the mailbag to cover a variety of topics including: Being strong on your stick Girls showing up the boys on the PK Some RinkShrinks summer team name suggestions Finding that internal spark The My Hockey Rankings question of the week Then BY & Motts wrap up the show discussing their plans for Thanksgiving, Motts chats about his upcoming broadcast on Friday, and BY gives a shout out to his cousin Billy. Happy Thanksgiving! We are thankful for all of our loyal listeners and subscribers; we hope you have a great Thanksgiving! Thank you for listening! Please rate, review, and subscribe! If you're interested in sponsoring the show, please reach out to us by email or DM us on Instagram! Leave us a voicemail: 347-6-SHRINK Email: RinkShrinks@gmail.com Instagram: @TheRinkShrinks Twitter: @RinkShrinks Website: www.therinkshrinks.com Today's Episode Was Sponsored By: TSR Hockey: Head up to see our guys at TSR Hockey in Salem, NH where you can get outfitted in team gear and stock up on all your equipment needs for the remainder of hockey season. You can reach their team store at 603-912-5970, ask for Mike or Dave and they can take care of you. TSR stocks team apparel from CCM and Bauer and does everything in house, embroidery and printing. TSR Hockey is New England's premier hockey store and is a proud sponsor of The Rink Shinks. Visit www.tsrhockey.com Sparx Hockey: Head on over to sparxhockey.com between Black Friday and Cyber Monday and use code RINKSHRINKS100 for $100 off your Sparx Sharpener (Only valid in the USA). We're heading into the holiday season, so there is nothing better than the gift that keeps on giving- a Sparx Sharpener for at home skate sharpening. It's convenient, it will save you money in the long run, and 25 NHL teams are using the same technology that you can use right in your very own home. Cross Country Mortgage: Devo and the team at Cross Country Mortgage have options and strategies to provide buyers with lower monthly payments. It's a great time to buy a home (especially if you're renting), so it's time for you to give Devo a call and chat about why home ownership makes sense. Again it's a purchase market and a great time to buy. Give him a follow on instagram @ chrisdevinccm for more information. Or visit their website at chrisdevin.com where you can schedule a time for a call with him. Cross Country Mortgage LLC NMLS #47305 My Hockey Rankings: We are proud to be partnered with our friends at My Hockey Rankings! Check out their site at www.myhockeyrankings.com to see where your team ranks. Be sure to submit the My Hockey Rankings question of the week & see if we answer your question! Franklin Sports: Franklin Street Hockey –Franklin Sports, your one-stop, hockey shop for the holiday season! Shop our collection of NHL licensed fan gear and street hockey gear to find the perfect gift for the hockey nut in your life and keep an eye out for our incredible Cyber Monday deals only at franklinsports.com! Pro Stock Hockey: This week beginning Thanksgiving Day, It's ProStock Hockey's biggest sale of the year! There are discounts across the entire website at prostockhockey.com with bonus items included in every order. Stock up on authentic pro stock hockey equipment or pick up the perfect gift for the hockey player in your life. Visit prostockhockey.com today and order as soon as possible to guarantee delivery for the holidays. Use promo code BYMOTTS for 20% off your kids gear.

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 195 with Juha Lehtola plus a visit to the all-new Hockey Shop

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 67:43


Episode 195 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Juha Lehtola, who this season became the third Finnish goalie coach hired by an NHL organization when the Washington Capitals brought him in to work with their AHL affiliate in Hershey.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, features Lehtola sharing insights on his path from coaching in Finland's top League, the SM-Liiga, to the opportunity to work with Hershey, including the role Colorado Avalanche goalie coach Jussi Parkilla played in opening doors as the first Finn to be hired in the job in the NHL (and to win a Stanley Cup). Lehtola also talks about the philosophies he learned in Finland, how they compare to North America tactically and technically, and his work with Capitals goaltending coach Scott Murray, including a season together in the OHL one decade ago.All that, plus our first trip to the new location of The Hockey Shop Source for Sports (now in Langley) for a look inside the new store, as well as a preview of some Black Friday Sale highlights.

The JFH Podcast
171: Sound Checks and Family Feuds (feat. We the Kingdom)

The JFH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 32:51


We the Kingdom are the guests on this episode, talking about their recently released, highly acclaimed self-titled album, alongside discussions of their dynamics as a family band. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.

Catholic Family Matters
CFM #65: Ethics and the Moral Life

Catholic Family Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 44:27


In today's episode of Catholic Family Matters: Paul celebrates his and his daughter's birthday Betsy welcomes new officers at CCM and gives a shout-out Betsy and Paul discuss ethics and the moral life Paul reflects on peace Betsy plays "If the Lord Builds this House" by Hope Durst Links: Morality by the USCCB If the Lord Builds this House by Hope Durst   Click below to follow us at: Facebook Twitter On the Web Email

CCM in 3D
Year in Review -- 1986 (Episode 47)

CCM in 3D

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 44:59


This week the 3D's take a look back and review the year 1986. What was going on in the world. What was hot on non-Christian radio. And, of interest to listeners of this podcast, what was happening in CCM that year? The year 1986 in CCM consolidated gains made the previous year. New albums from Michael W. Smith, Petra, and Stryper pushed the boundaries of what was thought possible for the genre. Join the 3D's as they go back in time to the year 1986. --- Dan Day is a small business owner in the Wichita area. Derek Hale is pastor of Trinity Covenant Church (CREC) in Wichita, KS. Dave Wilson is an on-air personality working for both Audacy and KSN. --- Make sure you are subscribed to CCM in 3D. Type CCM in 3D in your podcast provider, hit that subscription button, and leave us a five-star review. This will make it easier for other podcast listeners to find CCM in 3D. Visit us at our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/CCMIN3DPodcast --- Intro and outro music: "New Spoon," composed by Sam Luttrell. Used by permission. Please visit his Bandcamp site at https://cannonfire.bandcamp.com/releases.

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 194 with Michael Hutchinson plus Sportmask Masks

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 95:50


Episode 194 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features an incredible conversation with Michael Hutchinson of the Vegas Golden Knights.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, is one of our best ever, a "top-10 for sure," according to Woody, as Hutchinson shares specific details from a 13-season pro career that started as a Black Ace on the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup run in 2011, and has continued with stints with the Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs (twice), Colorado Avalanche, Florida Panthers and now Vegas. The 32-year-old shared lessons from past playing partners, including Tim Thomas, Tuukka Rask, Conor Hellebuyck and new Hall of Famer Roberto Luongo, as well as adjustments made along the way with a variety of goalie coaches, from how he moves to how he holds his stance, including a fascinating realization off the ice about the importance of a neutral pelvis that didn't come until he was 29.This interview is loaded with advice and insights that make it one of our best ever.All that, plus our last weekly trip to the old location of The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the Sportmask helmet line, as well as a preview of Black Friday Sale and the new store!

Discover CircRes
November 2022 Discover Circ Res

Discover CircRes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 28:13


This month on Episode 42 of Discover CircRes, host Cynthia St. Hilaire highlights four original research articles featured in the October 28 and November 11th  issues of Circulation Research. This episode also features an interview with Dr Miguel Lopez-Ramirez and undergraduate student Bliss Nelson from University of California San Diego about their study, Neuroinflammation Plays a Critical Role in Cerebral Cavernous Malformations.   Article highlights:   Jia, et al. Prohibitin2 Maintains VSMC Contractile Phenotype   Rammah, et al. PPARg and Non-Canonical NOTCH Signaling in the OFT   Wang, et al. Histone Lactylation in Myocardial Infarction   Katsuki, et al. PCSK9 Promotes Vein Graft Lesion Development   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Hi, and welcome to Discover CircRes, the podcast of the American Heart Association's Journal, Circulation Research. I'm your host, Dr Cindy St. Hilaire from the Vascular Medicine Institute at the University of Pittsburgh, and today, I'm going to be highlighting articles from our October 28th and our November 11th issues of Circ Res. I'm also going to have a chat with Dr Miguel Lopez-Ramirez and undergraduate student Bliss Nelson, about their study, Neuroinflammation Plays a Critical Role in Cerebral Cavernous Malformations. But, before I get into the interviews, here are a few article highlights.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        The first article is from our October 28th issue, and the title is, PHB2 Maintains the Contractile Phenotype of Smooth Muscle Cells by Counteracting PKM Splicing. The corresponding author is Wei Kong, and the first authors are Yiting Jia and Chengfeng Mao, and they are all from Peking University. Insults to blood vessels, whether in the form of atherosclerosis, physical injury, or inflammation, can trigger vascular smooth muscle cells to transition from a contractile state to a proliferative and migratory one. Accompanying this conversion is a switch in the cells' metabolism from the mitochondria to glycolysis. But what controls this switch? To investigate, this group compared the transcriptomes of contractile and proliferative smooth muscle cells.   Among the differentially expressed genes, more than 1800 were reciprocally up and down regulated. Of those, six were associated with glucose metabolism, including one called Prohibitin-2, or PHB2, which the team showed localized to the artery wall. In cultured smooth muscle cells, suppression of PHB2 reduced expression of several contractile genes. While in rat arteries, injury caused a decrease in production of PHB2 itself, and of contractile markers.   Furthermore, expression of PHB2 in proliferative smooth muscle cells could revert these cells to a contractile phenotype. Further experiments revealed PHB2 controlled the splicing of the metabolic enzyme to up-regulate the phenotypic switch. Regardless of mechanism, the results suggest that boosting PHB2 might be a way to reduce adverse smooth muscle cell overgrowth and conditions such as atherosclerosis and restenosis.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        The second article I'm going to highlight is also from our October 28th issue, and the first authors are Mayassa Rammah and Magali Theveniau-Ruissy. And the corresponding authors are Francesca Rochais and Robert Kelly. And they are all from Marseille University. Abnormal development of the heart's outflow track, which ultimately forms the bases of the aorta and the pulmonary artery, accounts for more than 30% of all human congenital heart defects. To gain a better understanding of outflow tract development, and thus the origins of such defects, this group investigated the role of transcription factors thought to be involved in specifying the superior outflow tract, or SOFT, which gives rise to the subaortic myocardium, and the inferior outflow tract, which gives rise to the subpulmonary myocardium. Transcription factor S1 is over-expressed in superior outflow tract cells and the transcription factors, TBX1 and PPAR gamma, are expressed in inferior outflow tract cells.   And now this group has shown that TBX1 drives PPAR gamma expression in the inferior outflow tract, while Hess-1 surpasses PPAR gamma expression in the superior outflow tract. Indeed, in mouse embryos lacking TBX1, PPAR gamma expression was absent in the outflow tract. While in mouse embryos lacking Hess-1, PPAR gamma expression was increased and PPAR gamma positive cells were more widespread in the outflow tract.   The team also identified that signaling kinase DLK is an upstream activator of Hess-1 and a suppressor of PPAR gamma. In further detailing the molecular interplay regulating outflow tract patterning, the work will shed light on congenital heart disease etiologies, and inform potential interventions for future therapies.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        The third article I want to highlight is from our November 11th issue of Circulation Research, and the title is Histone Lactylation Boosts Reparative Gene Activation Post Myocardial Infarction. The first author is Jinjin Wang and the corresponding author is Maomao Zhang, and they're from Harbin Medical University. Lactylation of histones is a recently discovered epigenetic modification that regulates gene expression in a variety of biological processes. In inflammation, for example, a significant increase in histone lactylation is responsible for switching on reparative genes and macrophages when pro-inflammatory processes give way to pro-resolvin ones.   The role of histone lactylation in inflammation resolution has been shown in a variety of pathologies, but has not been examined in myocardial infarction. Wang and colleagues have now done just that. They isolated monocytes from the bone marrow and the circulation of mice at various time points after induced myocardial infarctions, and examined the cells' gene expression patterns. Within a day of myocardial infarction, monocytes from both bone marrow and the blood had begun upregulating genes involved in inflammation resolution. And, concordant with this, histone lactylation was dramatically increased in the cells, specifically at genes involved in repair processes.   The team went on to show that injection of sodium lactate into mice boosted monocyte histone lactylation and improved heart function after myocardial infarction, findings that suggest further studies of lactylation's pro-resolving benefits are warranted. Cindy St. Hilaire:        The last article I want to highlight is titled, PCSK9 Promotes Macrophage Activation via LDL Receptor Independent Mechanisms. The first authors are Shunsuke Katsuki and Prabhash Kumar Jha, and the corresponding author is Masanori Aikawa, and they are from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Harvard. Statins are the go-to drug for lowering cholesterol in atherosclerosis patients. But the more recently approved PCSK9 inhibitors also lower cholesterol and can be used to augment or replace statins in patients where these drugs are insufficient.   PCSK9 is an enzyme that circulates in the blood and destroys the LDL receptor, thereby impeding the removal of bad cholesterol. The enzyme also appears to promote inflammation, thus potentially contributing to atherosclerosis in two ways. This group now confirms that PCSK9 does indeed promote pro-inflammatory macrophage activation and lesion development, and does so independent of its actions on the LDL receptor.   The team assessed PCSK9-induced lesions in animals with saphenous vein grafts, which are commonly used in bypass surgery but are prone to lesion regrowth. They found that LDL receptor lacking graft containing mice had greater graft macrophage accumulation and lesion development when PCSK9 activity was boosted than when it was not. The animal's macrophages also had higher levels of the pro-inflammatory factor expression. Together, this work shows that PCSK9 inhibitors provide a double punch against atherosclerosis and might be effective drugs for preventing the all too common failure of saphenous vein grafts.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        So, today with me I have Dr Miguel Lopez-Ramirez and undergraduate student Bliss Nelson from the University of California in San Diego, and we're going to talk about their study, Neuroinflammation Plays a Critical Role in Cerebral Cavernous Malformation Disease, and this article is in our November 11th  issue of Circulation Research. Thank you both so much for joining me today. Before we talk about the science, want to just maybe tell me a little bit about yourselves?   Bliss Nelson:                My name is Bliss Nelson. I'm a member of Miguel Lopez-Ramirez's lab here at UC San Diego at the School of Medicine. I'm an undergraduate student here at UC San Diego. I'm actually a transfer student. I went to a community college here in California and I got involved in research after I transferred.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        What's your major?   Bliss Nelson:                I'm a cognitive science major.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Excellent. You might be the first undergrad on the podcast, which is exciting.   Bliss Nelson:                Wow. What an honor. Thank so much.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        And Miguel, how about you?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Yes, thank you. Well, first thank you very much for the opportunity to present our work through this media. It's very exciting for us. My name is Miguel Alejandro Lopez-Ramirez, and I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine and Pharmacology here at UCSD. Cindy St. Hilaire:        Wonderful. I loved your paper, because, well, first, I don't think I've talked about cerebral cavernous malformations. So what are CCMs, and why are they so bad?   Bliss Nelson:                Cerebral cavernous malformations, or CCMs for short, are common neurovascular lesions caused by a loss of function mutation in one of three genes. These genes are KRIT1, or CCM1, CCM2 and PDCD10, or CCM3, and generally regarded as an endothelial cell autonomous disease found in the central nervous system, so the brain and the spinal cord.   The relevance of CCMs is that it affects about one in every 200 children and adults, and this causes a lifelong risk of chronic and acute hemorrhaging. CCMs can be quiescent or dynamic lesions. If they are dynamic, they can enlarge, regress, or behave progressively, producing repetitive hemorrhaging and exacerbations of the disease.   Other side effects of the disease could be chronic bleedings, focal neurological deficits, headaches, epileptic seizures and, in some cases, death. There's no pharmacological treatment for CCMs. There's only one type of option some patients may have, which would be to have surgery to cut out the lesions. But of course this depends on where the lesion or lesions are in the central nervous system, if that's even an option. So sometimes there's no option these patients have, there's no treatment, which is what propels our lab to towards finding a pharmacological treatment or uncovering some of the mechanisms behind that.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Do people who have CCM know that they have them or sometimes it not detected? And when it is detected, what are the symptoms?   Bliss Nelson:                Sometimes patients who have them may not show any symptoms either ever in their lifetime or until a certain point, so really the only way to find out if you were to have them is if you went to go get a brain scan, if you went to go see a doctor, or if you started having symptoms. But also, one of the issues with CCMs is that they're very hard to diagnose, and in the medical community there's a lack of knowledge for CCMs, so sometimes you may not get directed to the right specialist in time, or even ever, and be diagnosed.   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: I will just add a little bit. It is fabulous, what you're doing. I think this is very, very good. But yes, that's why they're considered rare disease, because it's not obvious disease, so sometimes most of the patient, they go asymptomatic even when they have one lesions, but there's still no answers of why patients that are asymptomatics can become symptomatics. And there is a lot in neuro study, this study that we will start mentioning a little bit more in detail. We try to explain these transitions from silent or, quiescent, lesion, into a more active lesion that gives the disability to the patient.   Some of the symptoms, it can start even with headaches, or, in some cases, they have more neurological deficits that could be like weakness in the arms or loss of vision. In many cases also problems with the speech or balance. So it depends where the lesion is present, in the brain or in the spinal cord, the symptoms that the patient will experience. And some of the most, I will say, severe symptoms is the hemorrhagic stroke and the vascular thrombosis and seizure that the patients can present. Those would be the most significant symptoms that the patient will experience.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        What have been some limitations in the study of CCMs? What have been limitations in trying to figure out what's going on here?   Bliss Nelson:                The limitations to the disease is that, well, one, the propensity for lesions, or the disease, to come about, isn't known, so a lot of the labs that work on it, just going down to the basic building blocks of what's even happening in the disease is a major problem, because until that's well established, it's really hard to go over to the pharmacological side of treating the disease or helping patients with the disease, without knowing what's going on at the molecular level.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        You just mentioned molecular level. Maybe let's take a step back. What's actually going on at the cellular level in CCMs? What are the major cell types that are not happy, that shift and become unhappy cells? Which are the key players?   Bliss Nelson:                That's a great question and a great part of this paper. So when we're talking about the neuroinflammation in the disease, our paper, we're reporting the interactions between the endothelium, the astrocytes, leukocytes, microglia and neutrophils, and we've actually coined this term as the CaLM interaction.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Great name, by the way.   Bliss Nelson:                Thank you. All props to Miguel. And if you look at our paper, in figure seven we actually have a great graphic that's showing this interaction in play, showing the different components happening and the different cell types involved in the CaLM interaction that's happening within or around the CCM lesions.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        What does a astrocyte normally do? I think our podcast listening base is definitely well versed in probably endothelial and smooth muscle cell and pericyte, but not many of us, not going to lie, including me, really know what a astrocyte does. So what does that cell do and why do we care about its interaction with the endothelium?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Well, the astrocytes play a very important role. Actually, there are more astrocytes than any other cells in the central nervous system, so that can tell you how important they are. Obviously play a very important role maintaining the neurological synapses, maintaining also the hemostasis of the central nervous system by supporting not only the neurons during the neural communication, but also by supporting the blood vessels of the brain.   All this is telling us that also another important role is the inflammation, or the response to damage. So in this case, what also this study proposed, is that new signature for these reactive astrocytes during cerebral malformation disease. So understanding better how the vasculature with malformations can activate the astrocytes, and how the astrocytes can contribute back to these developing of malformations. It will teach us a lot of how new therapeutic targets can be implemented for the disease.   This is part of this work, and now we extend it to see how it can also contribute to the communication with immune cells as Bliss already mentioned.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Is it a fair analogy to say that a astrocyte is more similar to a pericyte in the periphery? Is that accurate?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: No, actually there are pericytes in the central nervous system as well. They have different roles. The pericyte is still a neuron cell that give the shape, plays a role in the contractility and maintains the integrity of the vessels, while the astrocyte is more like part of the immune system, but also part of the supporting of growth factors or maintaining if something leaks out of the vasculature to be able to capture that.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        You used a handful of really interesting mouse models to conduct this study. Can you tell us a little bit about, I guess, the base model for CCM and then some of the unique tools that you used to study the cells specifically?   Bliss Nelson:                Yeah, of course. I do a lot of the animal work in the lab. I'd love to tell you about the mouse model. So to this study we use the animal model with CCM3 mutation. We use this one because it is the most aggressive form of CCM and it really gives us a wide range of options to study the disease super intricately. We use tamoxifen-regulated Cre recombinase under the control of brain endothelial specific promoter, driving the silencing of the gene CCM3, which we call the PDCD10 betco animal, as you can see in our manuscript. To this, the animal without the Cre system, that does not develop any lesions, that we use as a control, we call the PDCD10 plox. And these animals are injected with the tamoxifen postnatally day one, and then for brain collection to investigate, wcollected at different stages. So we do P15, which we call the acute stage, P50, which we term the progressive stage, and then P80, which is the chronocytes stage. And after enough brain collections, we use them for histology, gene expression, RNA analysis, flow cytometry, and different imaging to help us further look into CCMs.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        How similar is a murine CCM to a human CCM? Is there really good overlap or are there some differences?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Yes. So, actually, that's a very good question, and that's part of the work that we are doing. This model definitely has advantages in which the lesions of the vascular formations are in an adult and juvenile animals, which represent an advantage for the field in which now we will be able to test pharmacological therapies in a more meaningful, way where we can test different doses, different, again, approaches. But definitely, I mean, I think I cannot say that it's only one perfect model for to mimic the human disease. It's the complementary of multiple models that give us certain advantages in another, so the integration of this knowledge is what will help us to understand better the disease.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        That's great. I now want to hear a little bit about your findings, because they're really cool. So you took two approaches to study this, and the first was looking at the astrocytes and how they become these, what you're calling reactive astrocytes, and then you look specifically at the brain endothelium. So could you maybe just summarize those two big findings for us?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Yeah, so, basically by doing these studies we use trangenic animal in this case that they give us the visibility to obtain the transcripts in the astrocytes. And basically this is very important because we don't need to isolate the cells, we don't need to manipulate anything, we just took all the ribosomes that were basically capturing the mRNAs and we profile those RNAs that are specifically expressed in the astrocytes.   By doing this, we actually went into looking at in depth the transcripts that were altered in the animals that developed the disease, in this case the cerebral cavernous malformation disease, and what we look at is multiple genes that were changing. Many of them were already described in our previous work, which were associated with hypoxia and angiogenesis. But what we found in this work is that now there were a lot of genes associated with inflammation and coagulation actually, which were not identified before.   What we notice is that now these astrocytes, during the initial phase of the vascular malformation, may play a more important role in angiogenesis or the degradation of the vessels. Later during the stage of the malformation, they play a more important role in the thrombosis, in the inflammation, and recruitment of leukocyte   That was a great advantage in this work by using this approach and looking in detail, these astrocytes. Also, we identified there were very important signature in these astrocytes that we refer as a reactive astrocytes with neuroinflammatory properties. In the same animals, basically, not in the same animal, but in the same basically the experimental approach, we isolated brain vasculature. And by doing the same, we actually identified not only the astrocyte but also the endothelium was quite a different pattern that we were not seeing before. And this pattern was also associated with inflammation, hypoxia and coagulation pathways.   That lead us to go into more detail of what was relevant in this vascular malformations. And one additional part that in the paper this is novel and very impactful, is that we identify inflammasome as a one important component, and particularly in those lesions that are multi-cavernous.   Now we have two different approaches. One, we see this temporality in which the lesions forms different patterns in which the initial phase maybe is more aneugenic, but as they become more progressive in chronocytes, inflammation and hypoxy pathways are more relevant for the recruitment of the inflammatory cells and also the precipitation of immunothrombosis.   But also what we notice is that inflammasome in endothelial and in the leukocytes may play an important role in the multi-cavernous formation, and that's something that we are looking in more detail, if therapeutics or also interventions in these pathways could ameliorate the transition of phases between single lesions into a more aggressive lesions.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        That's kind of one of the follow up questions I was thinking about too is, from looking at the data that you have, obviously to get a CCM, there's a physical issue in the vessel, right? It's not formed properly. Does that form influence the activation of the astrocyte, and then the astrocytes, I guess, secrete inflammatory factors, target more inflammation in the vessel? Or is there something coming from the CCM initially that's then activating the astrocyte? It's kind of a chicken and the egg question, but do you have a sense of secondary to the malformation, what is the initial trigger?   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: The malformations in our model, and this is important in our model, definitely start by producing changes in the brain endothelial. And as you mention it, these endothelium start secreting molecules that actually directly affect the neighboring cells.   One of the first neighboring cells that at least we have identified to be affected is the astrocytes, but clearly could be also pericytes or other cells that are in the neurovascular unit or form part of the neurovascular unit. But what we have seen now is that this interaction gets extended into more robust interactions that what you were referring as the CaLM interactions.   Definitely I think during the vascular malformations maybe is the discommunication that we identify already few of those very strong iteration that is part of the follow up manuscript that we have. But also it could be the blood brain barrier breakdown and other changes in the endothelium could also trigger the activation of the astrocytes and brain cells.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        What does your data suggest about potential future therapies of CCM? I know you have a really intriguing statement or data that showed targeting NF-kappa B isn't likely going to be a good therapeutic strategy. So maybe tell us just a little bit about that, but also, what does that imply, perhaps, of what a therapeutic strategy could be?   Bliss Nelson:                Originally we did think that the inhibition of NF-kappa B would cause an improvement potentially downstream of the CCMs. And unexpectedly, to our surprise, the partial or total loss of the brain endothelial NF-kappa B activity in the chronic model of the mice, it didn't prevent or cause any improvement in the lesion genesis or neuroinflammation, but instead it resulted in a trend to increase the number of lesions and immunothrombosis, suggesting that the inhibition of it is actually worsening the disease and shouldn't be used as a target for therapeutical approaches.   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Yes, particularly that's also part of the work that we have ongoing in which NF-kappa B may also play a role in preventing the further increase of inflammation. So that is something that it can also be very important. And this is very particular for certain cell types. It's very little known what the NF-kappa B actually is doing in the brain endothelial during malformations or inflammation per se. So now it's telling us that this is something that we have to consider for the future.   Also, our future therapeutics of what we propose are two main therapeutic targets. One is the harmful hypoxia pathway, which involves activation, again, of the population pathway inflammation, but also the inflammasomes. So these two venues are part of our ongoing work in trying to see if we have a way to target with a more safe and basically efficient way this inflammation.   However, knowing the mechanisms of how these neuroinflammation take place is what is the key for understanding the disease. And maybe even that inflammatory and inflammatory compounds may not be the direct therapeutic approach, but by understanding these mechanisms, we may come with  new approaches that will help for safe and effective therapies.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        What was the most challenging part of this study? I'm going to guess it has something to do with the mice, but in terms of collecting the data or figure out what's going on, what was the most challenging?   Bliss Nelson:                To this, I'd like to say that I think our team is very strong. We work very well together, so I think even the most challenging part of completing this paper wasn't so challenging because we have a really strong support system among ourselves, with Miguel as a great mentor. And then there's also two postdocs in the lab who are also first authors that contributed a lot to it.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Great. Well, I just want to commend both of you on an amazing, beautiful story. I loved a lot of the imaging in it, really well done, very technically challenging, I think, pulling out these specific sets of cells and investigating what's happening in them. Really well done study. And Bliss, as an undergraduate student, quite an impressive amount of work. And I congratulate both you and your team on such a wonderful story.   Bliss Nelson:                Thank you very much.   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Thank you for Bliss and also Elios and Edo and Katrine, who all contributed      enormously to the completion of this project.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        It always takes a team.   Miguel Lopez-Ramirez: Yes.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        Great. Well, thank you so much, and I can't wait to see what's next for this story.   Cindy St. Hilaire:        That's it for the highlights from October 28th and November 11th issues of Circulation Research. Thank you so much for listening. Please check out the Circ Res Facebook page and follow us on Twitter and Instagram with the handle @circres and #discovercircres. Thank you to our guests, Dr Miguel Lopez-Ramirez and Bliss Nelson. This podcast is produced by Ashara Retniyaka, edited by Melissa Stoner, and supported by the editorial team of Circulation Research. Some of the copy text for our highlighted articles is provided by Ruth Williams. I'm your host, Dr Cindy St. Hilaire, and this is Discover CircRes, you're on the go source for the most exciting discoveries in basic cardiovascular research. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2022. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more information, please visit ahagenerals.org.

Shades Midweek
Episode 135 - Shades Cinema: The Jesus Music

Shades Midweek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 101:48


This week we discuss the 2021 documentary film, The Jesus Music. Directed by the Erwin Brothers, the film focuses on the history and birth of the Christian Contemporary Music scene that began in the late 60's and follows each decade all the way up to the emergence of praise and worship music that represents the bulk of CCM in the 21st century. JM's Album Of The Week: Young Oceans - Subjects In Motion Bradford's Book Club: Biblical Critical Theory: How the Bible's Unfolding Story Makes Sense of Modern Life and Culture by Christopher Watkin

All of Life Show
Ep 50 | Darren Tyler - From Music to Ministry

All of Life Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 71:02


How does a Christian music manager end up becoming the pastor of a church in Middle Tennessee? Why are so many many people moving to Tennessee? What is God doing there? Do we know Alisa Childers? We ask, and get asked, these questions and more!Darren Tyler, pastor of Conduit Church in Franklin, TN, is our guest on episode 50 of the All of Life Show.Darren shares the story of how God took him from being a small town kid from Nebraska, to working with some of the biggest bands in Contemporary Christian Music, and then how God led him to leave it all to plant and pastor a church in Franklin, Tennessee. PARTNER WITH ALL OF LIFE: https://ko-fi.com/alloflifeWebsite:https://www.alloflifeshow.com/Email:feedback@alloflifeshow.comSocial Media:Twitter: https://twitter.com/alloflifeshowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/alloflifeshow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllofLifeShow/Podcast: https://plnk.to/AllofLifeShow?to=page

The Worship & Technology Podcast
When Faith Meets Therapy with Anthony Evans

The Worship & Technology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 22:59


Grammy-nominated Gospel artist, author, and speaker Anthony Evans is known for songs that merge a message of faith with a contemporary sound. The son of Dr. Tony Evans, founder and pastor of Dallas, Texas' Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, as well as a high-profile radio and television host, Anthony Evans started his career in 2001 as a background singer for Kirk Franklin. Launching his solo career in 2004, Evans has released several albums since then and really broadened his reach when he competed on NBC's The Voice in early 2012 (Season 2). In August, Anthony released his latest book When Faith Meets Therapy which he co-authored with his personal therapist, Stacy Kaiser. Anthony and Stacy take the conversation around mental health and faith to a next level, sharing insights from Anthony's personal experience with therapy as well as poignant takeaways from Stacy. In this conversation, Anthony and our host Chris Baker discuss how being a preacher's kid created external pressure but never internal pressure, how Anthony led the trend of taking CCM songs and putting them into the cross-cultural context, but the majority of the conversation centers on When Faith Meets Therapy coping with grief, shame, and doing the work off stage so it pours into your identity and posture on stage.“You have to feel it to heal it.” Listen today! Follow us @multitracks // @multitracksgospel // @leadworshipwellwww.multitracks.com

Christian Geeks Classic Rockcast
Christian Geeks Classic Rockcast - Ep 40 - Guardian / Fire & Love

Christian Geeks Classic Rockcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 84:18


1990's Fire & Love brought Guardian a new singer, drummer, record label, and producers. Steve and Britt go in depth with this classic album of bluesy arena rock.  Guardian Spotify playlist: http://bit.ly/3TwRB62 New CGCR website! http://geeksrockcast.com/ Other links:  FB: https://fb.com/christiangeeksrockcast IG: https://www.instagram.com/geeksrockcast Email: geeksrockcast@gmail.com      

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 193 with Abbie Ives plus PadSkinz

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 83:30


Episode 193 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a fantastic conversation with Abbie Ives of the Connecticut Whale in the PHF.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Ives shares great insights and advice from her path to professional hockey, one that started with just playing for fun (and because her dad was a goalie) until getting more serious at age 13. The 24-year-old, who was  how she skated any time she could get on the ice, whether it was crease movement at drop in skates or filling in for her dad at beer league, to play her way into college hockey at Quinnipiac, and now the PHF. Ives has some great thoughts on how to teach and develop patience on the skates, and shares how she uses Sense Arena (more than any other goalie in the world) to get ready for games and practices, as well as where the women's game is headed at the pro level and the improvements she's seeing in the PHF this season. All that, plus our weekly trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new PadSkins, including some new options we weren't previously aware of, and how best to apply them.

Make Life Matter with Angela Donadio
Alisa Childers: Live Your Truth and Other Lies Ep. 204

Make Life Matter with Angela Donadio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 42:01


Alisa Childers' story may be your own or that of someone you love. Or perhaps you've encountered the ideas of progressive Christianity in your everyday life, and you aren't sure how to respond. In a culture of endless questions. You need solid answers. As a leading apologist and author of the best-seller Another Gospel: A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity, A much-needed voice in today's generation. Alisa helps us understand progressive Christianity, deconstruction, and the non-negotiables of faith in Jesus Christ.     She is a wife, a mom, an author, a blogger, and a speaker. She was a member of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl and is a popular speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences. You can connect with Alisa online at alisachilders.com.    Season 5 is sponsored by AGTS and Evangel University. If God is calling you to take your ministry to the next level, visit agts.edu/mlm to learn how the experienced scholars at AGTS can equip and empower you for your Christ-centered service. Connect with Angela at www.angeladonadio.com.  

The JFH Podcast
170: Painting the Seasons with Songs (feat. Amanda Danziger and Filipe Michael)

The JFH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:53


Indie artist Amanda Danziger and producer Filipe Michael join podcast host Chase Tremaine and JFH editor-in-chief John DiBiase for a discussion about the duo's new collaborate EP, Seasons. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.

Serpents & Doves® Off-Hand
OFF-HAND • Kym Duarte • TARE-ing The Church Apart

Serpents & Doves® Off-Hand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 154:30


If you enjoy the content of these podcasts/interviews, would you prayerfully consider supporting the ministry of Serpents & Doves® with a one time donation or a recurring monthly donation. Your donations help tremendously! DONATE HERE: https://www.serpentsndoves.com/donate _____________________________________________________________ Kym Duarte of LifeClips Podcast sits down with me to discuss the deception that has crept up into the church and is causing so much division within the body. The Lord told us in Matthew 13:24-25 "Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat and went his way." Are there tares amongst the wheat? Is it a sign that we are not only living in the last days, but, also a sign of the great apostasy that's coming soon? We will be covering topics such as Bethel Church, CCM lyrics, BSSM (Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, Christalignment and much more. This isn't creeping into the church, it's already in it. If we are to stand against these deceptive methods from the enemy, it's important to know what we're up against and most importantly...know the Word of God! Knowing Kym and myself, there's gonna be comedy, a mug (maybe two) and a great, solid conversation. When it comes to this subject, Kym knows what's up. Be blessed! Stay tuned. _______________________________________________ SHOP/BROWSE THE SERPENTS & DOVES® SITE: https://www.SerpentsNDoves.com _______________________________________________ KYM'S WEBSITE: https://www.lifeclipspodcast.com KYM'S TESTIMONY ON HER BLOG: https://lifeclipspodcast.blogspot.com/2021/09/not-who-i-used-to-be.html KYM'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ_ShPRgYbR_UFKUJMurctw KYM'S RUMBLE CHANNEL: https://rumble.com/user/LifeClips_Podcast _______________________________________________ • SOCIAL MEDIA • INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/31r0QN8 TWITTER: https://bit.ly/34zsLMM FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2Eqf5cs --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/serpentsndoves/support

CCM in 3D
Top Five Favorite "Jesus Music" Albums (Episode 46)

CCM in 3D

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 61:18


It is no secret that two of the 3D's (Dave and Derek) are huge fans of so-called "Jesus Music." Therefore, since analog Dan is still MIA, the remaining D's head way out of bounds and turn their attention to their top five favorite "Jesus Music" albums. Oh, and robot Dan makes several appearances and [wait for it] raps near the end of the episode. --- Dan Day is a small business owner in the Wichita area. Derek Hale is pastor of Trinity Covenant Church (CREC) in Wichita, KS. Dave Wilson is an on-air personality working for both Audacy and KSN. --- Make sure you are subscribed to CCM in 3D. Type CCM in 3D in your podcast provider, hit that subscription button, and leave us a five-star review. This will make it easier for other podcast listeners to find CCM in 3D. Visit us at our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/CCMIN3DPodcast --- Intro and outro music: "New Spoon," composed by Sam Luttrell. Used by permission. Please visit his Bandcamp site at https://cannonfire.bandcamp.com/releases.

Yass, Jesus!
Out Christian Singers

Yass, Jesus!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 45:25


Avalon; Jennifer Knapp; Trey Pearson; Ray Boltz; SEMLER... Grab your best festival lewk - it's a big, queer, Christian music festival! This episode is brought to you by YOU, our Yassuits! Geoffrey wrote asking for an episode on CCM singers who came out of the closet, and we're here for it! Yass, Jesus! is hosted by Danny Franzese and Azariah Southworth. Our producers are Ross Murray and Meredith Paulley. Sound, music, and post-production by Chris Heckman. Get to know us better, or Buy Us a Coffee: Daniel Franzese https://whatsupdanny.com/ Twitter Instagram Facebook Azariah Southworth https://azariahspeaks.com/ Instagram Facebook Ross Murray The Naming Project GLAAD Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yassjesus/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yassjesus/support

A Voice and Beyond
#88. My Interview with Vocal Intuition: Advocating for CCM Singing Voice Pedagogy

A Voice and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 47:45 Transcription Available


Recently, I was invited to be a guest on a Facebook Live event with Anne Leatherland, who is a voice educator, business coach and the founder of Vocal Intuition based in the United Kingdom. During this interview, I was asked to speak about the process of researching and writing my book “Singing Contemporary Commercial Music Styles: A Pedagogical Framework”, as well as my own professional CCM journey which led me to an academic career path. In this episode, I decided to share this interview as I believe it is time for CCM to be respected and valued equally to classical music and no longer be treated as its poor relation, especially in academia. This interview offers quite a rare insight into my 45 years of CCM industry experience, how I fell in love with this music as a young child, my award-winning career as a pop/rock vocalist, my serendipitous transition from performance career to teaching CCM styles, and my shock introduction into higher education as a mature aged post-graduate student. It was here that I realised that the music I had built a whole career upon, was not legitimised from an academic or pedagogical standpoint. This shock revelation launched my research into CCM singing voice pedagogy, write a book based on the results of that research and has inspired me to become an advocate for this music. In this episode, I speak candidly about the status quo in higher education, and that it is time to listen to not only the needs of our students, but also the demands of music markets, music consumers, and music industry personnel as a voice community. I would love to hear from you if any parts of this interview resonated with you. A big thanks goes to Anne for having me as a guest and allowing me to speak on this topic.In this episode06:05 — Marisa's Humble Beginnings11:57 — Was Classical Singing a Thing?17:31 — An Advocate for the CCM Community24:42 — Music's Supply and Demand29:05 — Authenticity: The Most Important Ingredient32:48 — The Special CCM Pedagogy35:48 — Not Just Knowledge. Set It Up Your Voice!37:23 — Warming Up to a Different Language39:26 — Dismantling Their Articulated BackgroundsFind Vocal Intuition OnlineWebsiteInstagramFacebookFor more go to https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/88Like this episode? Please leave a review here - even one sentence helps!Follow me on Instagram.

Unpopular Celebrities
CCM Hope Skibitsky and The Unpopular Celebrities

Unpopular Celebrities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 85:56


We suggest you stop what you're doing and make that a priority. We have another special guest joining us this weekend and we're just as ready as you all. Coming to you live as always, your Unpopular Celebrities will be in the building with the one and only Command CMSgt Hope Skibitsky!!! Let's GOOOO!!! Support the show

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 192 with Craig Anderson plus Anchor Pegs

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 48:34


Episode 192 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Craig Anderson of the Buffalo Sabres plus a look at Anchor Pegs and why Woody never leaves home without them.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Anderson, currently the oldest player in the NHL talks about his personal evolution as the game has changed around him, the value in being unpredictable with shooters, working with Eric Comrie and much more.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at Anchor Pegs - a great solution for those terrible pegs found in most rinks that prevent goalies from playing the way the game is now taught. And yes, our own Kevin Woodley packs two sets to every game and explains why you might want to consider it yourself.

You Start Today with Dr. Lee Warren | Weekly Prescriptions to Become Healthier, Feel Better, and Be Happier.

Today's Friday Conversation draws an important distinction between “your truth,” and “The truth.”So much in our culture today sounds true when we hear it. “Live your truth,” “I am enough,” “God just wants us to be happy,” and more. But what if those things that the world promises will make us happier are actually lies that keep us imprisoned, trapped in a cycle of chasing targets we can't hit, comparing ourselves to others, and finding ourselves anxious, exhausted, and self-obsessed?In today's conversation, we meet a former pop star-turned-Christian writer, apologist, theologian, and mom who wants to help clear away these popular deceptions and help us find The Truth again. Join me for a great talk with one of my favorite authors and podcasters, Alisa Childers. Official bio:Alisa Childers is a wife, mom, author, podcaster, blogger, speaker, and worship leader. She was a member of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl. She is currently a respected speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences, as well as the host of her popular YouTube channel. Alisa's story was featured in the documentary, American Gospel: Christ Crucified. She has been published at the Gospel Coalition, Crosswalk, the Stream, For Every Mom, Decision Magazine, and the Christian Post, and her blog post "Girl, Wash Your Face? What Rachel Hollis Gets Right . . . and Wrong" received more than one million views.Alisa's latest book, Live Your Truth and Other LiesAre you tired of feeling like you have to check social media to find out what you're supposed to think? Are you weary of the latest self-help books that promise to set you free but only imprison you with laundry lists of studies to consider, positive affirmations to recite, and Facebook groups to join?We've all seen the memes that populate the internet: live your truth, follow your heart, you only have one life to live. They sound nice and positive. But what if these slogans are actually lies that unhinge us from reality and leave us anxious and exhausted? Another Gospel? author Alisa Childers invites you to examine modern lies that are disguised as truths in today's culture. Everyday messages of peace, fulfillment, and empowerment swirl around social media. On the surface, they seem like sentiments of freedom and hope, but in reality they are deeply deceptive.In Live Your Truth (and Other Lies), Alisa will help you to:* uncover the common lies repeated within progressive circles* hold on to the soul-restoring truths that God's Word offers* be empowered to live the way your Creator designed youBeing the captain of your own destiny and striving to make your dreams a reality is a huge burden that you were never meant to bear. Discover true freedom instead.(Amazon.com book description)Alisa's first book, Another Gospel“This may be the most influential book you will read this year.” —Lee Strobel, bestselling author of The Case for MiraclesMusic by ZOEgirl(Music shared on The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast is authorized under BMI license #61063253 and ASCAP license #400010513 ) This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit drleewarren.substack.com/subscribe

CIA: Contagious Influencers of America
# 178: TASHA LAYTON finds transformational truth and balance in the bright light of success

CIA: Contagious Influencers of America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:21


Top female Christian recording artist, Tasha Layton takes a look at what God has done as she is heading from one tour to the next, working on a second book, releasing a full-length Christmas album called “This is Christmas,” and raising her two kids with her musician husband. It's go-go-go, but Tasha shares with nine-time Emmy winner, David Sams, how she's staying grounded knowing it's ok to drop some balls in the chaos of life. Tasha also talks about her prayer journal "Boundless" inspired by God's love and latest chart-topping single, “How Far”. #TashaLayton #HowFar #ThisIsChristmas #LookWhatYou'veDone

This Is A Voice
What is good singing? Dr Irene Bartlett chats to vocal trainers Gillyanne & Jeremy about vocal health, technique & style

This Is A Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:43 Transcription Available


What is good singing? Singer and pedagogue Dr Irene Bartlett joins vocal trainers Gillyanne & Jeremy to talk about good singing, function and style.It's an honest conversation between vocal trainers separated by 10,000 miles but together in spirit.Is it divisive to separate classical, CCM and Musical Theatre music? Irene has a great one-sentence answer to this (2.40)Is there a difference between classical singing lessons and musical theatre singing lessons? How do classical singers react to their first heavy metal, or newbies react to their first opera? It's a fascinating part of the conversation about vocal technique, sound output, performing environment and genre.What happens when you look at a spectrogram of a classical versus a contemporary singer? (5.36 onwards)What do a lot of acoustically trained singers get wrong about working with a mic? (8.10)And what does Irene do first in a singing lesson (that Gillyanne and Jeremy applaud her for)? (10.30)Which “standard” MT vocal technique does Gillyanne think needs a flight correction? (11.19)And why does Jeremy think your “vocal look” isn't relevant in Musical Theatre but is relevant in CCM? (16.45)Tune in to find out!The 5 Days to Better Singing Teaching course online, with voice coaching techniques, vocal articulation exercises and a LOT more for the up-to-date singing teacher is here https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/5-days-to-better-singing-teachingFor the best self-guided learning check out the Vocal Process Learning Lounge - 16 years of vocal coaching resources (over 600 videos) for less than the price of one private singing lesson. Click and scroll down the page for the free previewshttps://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/the-vocal-technique-learning-loungeFor real 1-1 attention on your own voice, book a voice coaching session in the singing studio with Jeremy or Gillyannehttps://drgillyannekayesjeremyfisherinspirationsession.as.me/schedule.phpIf you want to discover if our singing teacher training programme works for YOU, message us - we can share the process for joining Cohort23.Sign up for the Vocal Process newsletter https://vocalprocess.co.uk/build-your-own-tilting-larynx/We've also got this! ↓The Vocal Process Learning Lounge https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/Find us - follow us on the socials!

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 191 with Annti Raanta and Amanda Makela plus the Bauer Proto V stick

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 91:25 Very Popular


Episode 191 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a couple of great goalie conversations with Annti Raanta of the Carolina Hurricanes and Amanda Makela of the PWHPA.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Raanta shares insights from a career that has included playing partners like Corey Crawford, Henrik Lundqvist and now Frederik Andersen, and some of the keys he has taken away from each. Raanta also shares a tip on setting up your skates that he picked up from Lundqvist, and explains why that method now has him trying to transition in-season to the new Bauer KONEKT skates.Makela also joins the show for the first time to talk about a fascinating -- and at times frustrating -- career that includes being a NCAA standout at Mercyhurst, the battle of playing far too few games the past couple of seasons, and why it led to a stint in Sweden. As a goalie and goaltending coach who works with Jon Elkin of the Toronto Maple Leafs as well as running Mak Goaltending, Makela has lots of great advice, including how to manage your games in those periods when all you seem to get is practice time.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer Promo-V stick, a limited edition model that weighs in at just 575 grams.

The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast
Conquering Anorexia and Bulimia Katie Farrell Offers Healthy Meal Plan Options for Families

The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 27:10


After purging her birthday cake at the age of 18, Katie Farrell was confronted by her sisters with her secretive eating disorder which began as anorexia and escalated into bulimia. Katie taught herself how to cook in her early 20s, after finding freedom from the chains of disordered eating, and now serves up delicious and healthy meal plans and recipes through her company, Dashing Dish. Katie is ending misconceptions about eating healthy and proving that nourishing our bodies doesn't have to break the bank! Katie provides insight into the root causes of disordered eating, how to deal with a child who is suffering from an unhealthy relationship with food, and how busy parents can ditch fast food and embrace meals that will fuel their family's bodies and minds.   TAKEAWAYS Read Katie's book to learn more about her journey, Nourish: Discover God's Perfectly Balanced Plan for your Body and Soul Signs of disordered eating in kids and teens may include a fear of gaining weight, secretive eating, or wearing baggy clothes An unhealthy consumption with appearance and weight distracts us from why God put us on Earth in the first place Taking care of your body correctly can help balance your emotional, mental, and spiritual health  

Let's Talk Club Management
Let's Talk Club Management Ep. 82 - Understanding Your Club's Financial Story

Let's Talk Club Management

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 49:45


On this episode, we are talking metrics and CMAA's recently released Universal Key Club Performance Indicators white paper. Specifically, the six Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that encapsulate a high-level picture of financial health, including the major components of a club. This white paper is the result of the Universal Key Club Performance Indicators Task Force which was formed in March 2020. We're joined on this episode by the Co-Chairs of the Task Force, Julie Brown, CCM, CPA, CMA, CSCA, and Michael Wheeler, MCM, CCE. The White Paper is accompanied by an extensive Case Study that exemplifies how these KPIs can and should be applied at a club. This case study is available exclusively to CMAA members. Visit https://www.cmaa.org/club-operations/research/industry-reports-and-white-papers/

The JFH Podcast
169: Our Favorite EPs & Most Anticipated Fall Releases (feat. JFH's Josh Balogh & IVM's Noah Hardwick)

The JFH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 84:23


JFH staffer Josh Balogh and IndieVisionMusic staffer Noah Hardwick join the show to discuss a host of topics, including: bad album rollouts, how to define albums vs. EPs, the best EPs of 2022 thus far, and the most anticipated albums for the remainder of 2022. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.

Church Jams Now!
Church Jams Now Vol. 27 - A Witch's Invitation by Carman

Church Jams Now!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 75:20


Pentagrams, horoscope signs, ouija boards, dungeons and dragons… we encounter every occultic symbol you could fathom as we accept A (Boy) Witch's Invitation. Brew yourself a cup of steaming herbal tea and join some ghostly hosts for a Church Jams Now Halloween special as we dive into Carman's spooktacular song and music video. Is this CCM's unofficial response to “Thriller”? Is “A Warlock's Invitation” a more representative title? Where is the ideal placement for your wicker waste paper basket? All this and more will be answered with care, so please listen if you so dare.Please do yourself a favor and watch the full video (trust me it's worth it) before you dive in!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySscnbaGAy0&t=21s If you like what you hear, please rate, review, subscribe, and follow! Connect with us here: Voicemail: 971-380-5660 Email: churchjamsnowpodcast@gmail.com IG: @churchjamsnow Twitter: @churchjamsnow FB: https://www.facebook.com/churchjamsnowpodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/churchjamsnowpodcast

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast 824: Catheter-Related Blood Infections

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 3:00 Very Popular


Contributor: Travis Barlock, MD Educational Pearls: Catheter related blood infections were thought to be caused by skin flora seeding the catheter. Thus, significant effort is applied to sterility and skin preparation.   However, studies have shown that bacteria growing on the tip of the catheter is not consistent with growth on cultures of skin.   Staphylococcus epidermidis is commonly found on cultures of catheter sites. It has also been found in the gut flora of >50% of ICU patients. Rates of catheter related blood infections have been decreased through oral decontamination and early feeding.  These findings suggest enteral bacterial translation as a major source of blood stream infection. References O'Grady NP, Alexander M, Burns LA, et al. Guidelines for the prevention of intravascular catheter-related infections. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52(9):e162-e193. doi:10.1093/cid/cir257 von Eiff C, Becker K, Machka K, Stammer H, Peters G. Nasal carriage as a source of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia. Study Group. N Engl J Med. 2001;344(1):11-16. doi:10.1056/NEJM200101043440102 ALTEMEIER WA, HUMMEL RP, HILL EO. Staphylococcal enterocolitis following antibiotic therapy. Ann Surg. 1963;157(6):847-858. doi:10.1097/00000658-196306000-00003 Marshall JC, Christou NV, Horn R, Meakins JL. The microbiology of multiple organ failure. The proximal gastrointestinal tract as an occult reservoir of pathogens. Arch Surg. 1988;123(3):309-315. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1988.01400270043006 Mrozek N, Lautrette A, Aumeran C, et al. Bloodstream infection after positive catheter cultures: what are the risks in the intensive care unit when catheters are routinely cultured on removal?. Crit Care Med. 2011;39(6):1301-1305. doi:10.1097/CCM.0b013e3182120190 Atela I, Coll P, Rello J, et al. Serial surveillance cultures of skin and catheter hub specimens from critically ill patients with central venous catheters: molecular epidemiology of infection and implications for clinical management and research. J Clin Microbiol. 1997;35(7):1784-1790. doi:10.1128/jcm.35.7.1784-1790.1997 Tani T, Hanasawa K, Endo Y, et al. Bacterial translocation as a cause of septic shock in humans: a report of two cases. Surg Today. 1997;27(5):447-449. doi:10.1007/BF02385710   Summarized by Kirsten Hughes, MS4 | Edited by John Spartz, MS4 & Erik Verzemnieks, MD In an effort to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in Emergency Medicine, The Emergency Medical Minute is proud to present our 2nd annual Diversity and Inclusion Award. We support increasing the representation of underrepresented groups in medicine and extend this award to individuals applying to emergency medicine residencies during the 2022-2023 cycle. For information on award eligibility and the application process, visit https://emergencymedicalminute.com/edi-award/ Donate to EMM today!

CCM in 3D
In the studio with Kathy Sprinkle, Elizabeth Snell Lutz, and Dave Trout (Episode 45)

CCM in 3D

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 54:38


Derek sat down in person recently with Kathy Sprinkle, Elizabeth Snell Lutz, and Dave Trout to discuss some new releases of the music of Rich Mullins. If you are a fan of the late singer-songwriter, you are in for a real treat with this episode. --- Dan Day is a small business owner in the Wichita area. Derek Hale is pastor of Trinity Covenant Church (CREC) in Wichita, KS. Dave Wilson is an on-air personality working for both Audacy and KSN. --- Show Notes: You can order the new Rich Mullins music at https://richmullins25.com/. For more Rich Mullins content, please visit the Rich Mullins Early Music Facebook page and the Rich Mullins Early Music YouTube page. --- Make sure you are subscribed to CCM in 3D. Type CCM in 3D in your podcast provider, hit that subscription button, and leave us a five-star review. This will make it easier for other podcast listeners to find CCM in 3D. Visit us at our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/CCMIN3DPodcast --- Intro and outro music: "New Spoon," composed by Sam Luttrell. Used by permission. Please visit his Bandcamp site at https://cannonfire.bandcamp.com/releases.

Crossroads Church and Ministries
Journey With the Sacraments - Audio

Crossroads Church and Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 52:52


Scott Loughrige - Lead Pastor of CCM, continues the "What's at Your Core" series with "Journey With the Sacraments."

Crossroads Church and Ministries
Journey With the Sacraments - PDF

Crossroads Church and Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022


Scott Loughrige - Lead Pastor of CCM, continues the "What's at Your Core" series with "Journey With the Sacraments."

The FuMP
Commercial Worship by Jake Dewar

The FuMP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 3:37


A satirical take on CCM, or "Contemporary Christian Music." Just the music. Not the religion. Mostly.

eCW Podcast
Communicating for Chronic Care Management Success

eCW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 14:34


Monica Salopek of Acadiana Health & Wellness in Lafayette, Louisiana, said that providers are the driving force behind successful implementation of Chronic Care Management (CCM) programs. Her practice launched the CCM program to focus on patients who need more one-on-one attention. They have succeeded with it thanks to the initiative and strong communication skills of providers, with follow-up communications by staff.

CIA: Contagious Influencers of America
# 176: ANNE WILSON gets real personal about going from heartache to hope

CIA: Contagious Influencers of America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 35:27


“Let me tell you about my Jesus!” Those are the signature lyrics to Anne Wilson's chart-topping, award-winning song that has catapulted her into the spotlight. But those words mean so much more to the 20-year-old than just career success. Anne shares with nine-time Emmy winner, David Sams, her personal story of hope and healing after losing her older brother Jacob in a car accident. Singing in front of people for the first time at his funeral, that is where she found her calling. Anne tells how her dream of becoming an astronaut took a sharp turn and explains her Christian-country roots. She also gives insight into some of her current projects like her new single, “Hey Girl,” and her first book, “My Jesus: From Heartache to Hope”. #AnneWilson #MyJesus #MyJesusBook #HeyGirlNation

Chit Chat Money
Is Roku the Next Great Internet Platform, or Just a Commidty? With Alex Morris (Ticker: ROKU)

Chit Chat Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:31


Roku operates two segments, Platform and Player.  In other words, the company offers products and services in the television/streaming industry. Roku was founded in October 2002 in San Jose, California. Listen as Brett and Ryan ask Alex questions about the company, its business model, and valuation. Enjoy the show! ***************************** Interested in becoming a member of 7investing? Subscribe with code “MONEY” and get $100 off your annual subscription for life: https://7investing.com/checkout/ ****************************** Access our “Not So Deep Dive” episodes by signing up for CCM+. Sign-up directly through Spotify or Apple Podcasts. If you listen on another podcast player, use this link and create a private RSS feed: https://anchor.fm/chitchatmoney/subscribe Need more information? Check-out our launch newsletter: https://chitchatmoney.substack.com/p/welcome-to-chit-chat-money-plus ****************************** Want updates on future shows and projects? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitchatmoney Interested to see more of Alex's work? Follow him on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TSOH_Investing?s=20&t=mFAJXmIT3_snJc9jSXdlkw Contact us: chitchatmoneypodcast@gmail.com Timestamps Roku | (5:21) International Expansion | (23:12) Disclosure: Chit Chat Money hosts and guests are not financial advisors, and nothing they say on this show is formal advice or a recommendation. Brett Schafer and Ryan Henderson are general partners and portfolio managers at Arch Capital. Arch Capital and its partners may hold securities discussed on this show.

Fun Sexy Bible Time
Linen sheets, real or fake, CCM video breakdown: Jesus Freak (ep 219)

Fun Sexy Bible Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 57:27


(1:00) Casey on linen sheets (17:00) real or fake: Desiring God (29:00) CCM video breakdown: Jesus Freak SPECIAL MUSIC: Amy and Niles Carlin, "The Other Side of Me" DC Talk: Jesus Freak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbB0QrBIs9k

CCM in 3D
Top Five Favorite CCM Remakes (Episode 44)

CCM in 3D

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 46:37


Dave and Derek opine on their favorite remakes and cover songs by CCM artists. Also, a mysterious robotic guest has joined the pod. Things will most definitely never be the same. --- Dan Day is a small business owner in the Wichita area. Derek Hale is pastor of Trinity Covenant Church (CREC) in Wichita, KS. Dave Wilson is an on-air personality working for both Audacy and KSN. --- Make sure you are subscribed to CCM in 3D. Type CCM in 3D in your podcast provider, hit that subscription button, and leave us a five-star review. This will make it easier for other podcast listeners to find CCM in 3D. Visit us at our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/CCMIN3DPodcast --- Intro and outro music: "New Spoon," composed by Sam Luttrell. Used by permission. Please visit his Bandcamp site at https://cannonfire.bandcamp.com/releases.

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 190 with Spencer Knight plus Coveted Masks

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 96:35


Episode 190 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features another great conversation with Spencer Knight from the Florida Panthers.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Knight is back for a third time on InGoal Radio after spending an hour with us heading into the 2019 NHL Draft, and teaming up with USA playing partner Dustin Wolf for an episode after winning World Junior Championship gold. This time we catch up on Knight's first two seasons in the NHL, and how the (still just) 21-year-old continues to evolve his game and approach, including finding the balance between being willing to try new things but not always chasing change for the sake of change. Knight talks about everything from why he purposely stays off the ice longer in the summers, to the benefit of AHL stints even after establishing himself as NHL ready, to glove positioning, to what he likes about his Bauer KONEKT skates.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the Coveted masks that fared so well in recent NHL testing, what option might be best for you, and why.

Natalia Benson
How to Do Money Shadow Work

Natalia Benson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 35:20


In this episode, Natalia focuses on the shadows we may carry around money and finances. By giving ourselves the space to reflect, we can start to heal the parts of money that feel challenging. Listen in to uncover your shadows around money and integrate the vision of what you desire.WE EXPLORE:• Embracing our emotions• Reconnecting to stability and safety• The money shadows• Acknowledging systematic oppression with money• Questions to help you reflect on your relationship with money• Managing the gap between where we are and where we desire to be • Facing the hard stuff• Leaning into the process and practice• Faith, patience, resilience, and awarenessWays to work with Natalia:Conscious CEO MastermindIf you've been looking for personalized business guidance in an empowering, accountable & soulful group setting, then CCM is for you.https://www.nataliabenson.com/ccmWork with me 1:1: https://www.nataliabenson.com/11-offeringExplore the Money Membership: https://magicalwomenandmoney.com/Grab your Free 5 Day Money Training for Spiritual Solopreneurs:https://bit.ly/moneymastery4bizownersMoney, Business & Astrology Courses: https://www.nataliabenson.com/shopConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natalia_benson/Support the show: http://www.nataliabenson.com/shopSupport the show

InGoal Radio Podcast
Episode 189 with Jeremy Swayman plus Brian's Optik 3 and October Saves

InGoal Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 80:33


Episode 189 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features another great conversation with Boston Bruins goalie Jeremy Swayman, as well an interview with October Saves founder Lara Hopewell about their amazing efforts to fight cancer.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Swayman returns for a second appearance to catch our listeners up on his meteoric two-year rise from being the NCAA's top goalie to becoming an NHL regular. Swayman shares insights on his quick adjustments to pro on and off the ice, how his game and approach changed in that short time with help from Tuukka Rask and goalie coach Bob Essensa, why he uses a figure skating-like warm-up skates (and yes he still uses ballet to train), and his inspiring Goalie Hugs everywhere through his strong relationship with playing partner Linus Ullmark. Swayman has also used his voice to help promote October Saves, which makes him the perfect guest this week alongside Hopewell as InGoal joins this great cause to help raise money in the fight against cancer. In addition to listening to the interview, be sure to check out how the sign up, the great prizes you can win (we added a Carey Price-signed jersey and Connor Hellebuyck-signed stick to the list) and how we'll donate half of any new InGoal subscriptions in October to the cause.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Brian's Optic 3 pads and gloves that are on the shelf now, and all their new features.

Natalia Benson
Emotionally Intelligent Business w/ Topsie VandenBosch

Natalia Benson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 73:16


Topsie VandenBosch, LMSW, is a Mindset & Emotional Intelligence Coach & Consultant for 6 & 7 figure business owners. She helps business owners identify, learn and master the use of mindset & emotional intelligence skills. In this episode, Topsie and Natalia delve into mental health,  moving through fear, and growing a soul-centered business with emotional intelligence.WE EXPLORE:• Following your intuition• The importance of mindset• Making peace with not being for everyone• Reconnecting to your essence rather than external identity• Allowing jealousy and envy to give us information• Understanding your human design• Regulating your nervous system• Emotional intelligence in businessFollow Topsie:Instagram: www.instagram.com/topsievandenboschWebsite: www.topsievandenbosch.comConscious Babe Business School:Have you been dreaming of building a conscious business where you can be of service & make a beautiful living for yourself?!Enrollment: October 6—13thhttps://www.nataliabenson.com/cbbsWays to work with Natalia:Conscious CEO MastermindIf you've been looking for personalized business guidance in an empowering, accountable & soulful group setting, then CCM is for you.https://www.nataliabenson.com/ccmWork with me 1:1: https://www.nataliabenson.com/11-offeringExplore the Money Membership: https://magicalwomenandmoney.com/Grab your Free 5 Day Money Training for Spiritual Solopreneurs:https://bit.ly/moneymastery4bizownersMoney, Business & Astrology Courses: https://www.nataliabenson.com/shopConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natalia_benson/Support the showSupport the show