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I had Travis Humphreys on today, and he owns Gold River Gallery in Cedar City, Utah. Travis is such an interesting guy. He surprised us at the gallery, delivering a group of hand-carved frames that he made for two of my artists, Dennis Ziemienski and Josh Gibson. So I asked him, "Would you like to do a podcast?" I only kind of knew his backstory before this podcast. It's an interesting story because he's an artist who turned into a framer. Travis is responsible for the Mark Maggiori frames and several other huge names in Western art as well. I was thrilled when he was like "Yeah, sure, I'll do it."We both just got to talking for almost an hour about how you get into the framing business. We spoke about the obstacles you face when making frames, what the future holds for the framing business, as well as what do you do if you're a young artist trying to figure out framing. Framing is a very important component of what we do. If you have art that is collectible art, not just decorative art, things that are going to last hopefully for generations - you want to get the frame right. So it's important to have somebody in your corner like Travis. Someone that can give us sage guidance and a great product.I really enjoyed talking to Travis and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
On this episode of the Live Ultralight Podcast, Tayson sits down with other members of the Outdoor Vitals team to discuss their recent trip up into the Deer Hollow area near Cedar City, UT to cross-country ski and backpack into their camp, set up a hot tent, and spend the night eating good food and keeping warm. See the video: https://youtu.be/tX07gbeF7Qs See the gear list: https://youtu.be/bqIEEgSy6pY Great Outdoor Gear (Support the Podcast): https://bit.ly/3W0x6Rt Join our membership: https://bit.ly/3IcvlvM #outdoorvitals #backpackingfood #wintercamping #winterbackpacking #hottentwintercamping #hottent
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Hey everyone, welcome back, today on episode 370 of The Outdoor Biz Podcast I'm talking with Outdoor Vitals founder, Tayson Whittaker. Growing up Tayson wanted to be outdoors every day of his life. It called him to explore, regardless of the time of year or the weather. But he didn't have the right gear to prepare for the elements. By the time he graduated College, he had figured out how to make better gear and was selling no-name sleeping bags to his friends. We're going to talk about all that and more. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: email@example.com or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Brought to you by: Thrive Market Show Notes How were you introduced to the outdoors? I feel like I always was introduced to the outdoors but there's just different aspects that I learned over time. I grew up in this small town of, six or seven thousand people and was always able to get outdoors. Whether it was on my own or with friends. Every weekend it seemed like, by the time I was about 10 years old, on my parents would drag this old 1970s trailer up the mountain and we'd go camp for two days. Half the time we're sleeping outside the trailer. cause it's not like it was a big trailer. I just spent a lot of time out there with my brothers and family. Your profile mentions you were a college student, where did you go to school? I moved down here to Cedar City, Utah. for those who are familiar with Utah, it's the southern part of the state down here by Zion and Cedar Breaks. I came down here for college, went to college at S U combined a lot of my passions. I really enjoyed business and so I graduated in finance, but more than that, I started the entrepreneurship club here at the school. And every weekend and weekdays it seemed like I was, taking friends out to the caves and getting into ultra-light backpacking myself. And so that's really where all of this started, in my very last month of school I filed for the business name. And how did you learn to design gear? I really attribute all of my design skills from the time I spend outside. In retrospect it's easier to look back now than it was when you first starting, but I just always had this knack to me that I wanted to know details and specifications. I grew up riding motorcycles and stuff on trails and whatnot around here. You could have named any Honda or Yamaha product and I could have told you how much it weighed and how much gas it could fit in its tank and how many inches of clearance it had and these weird specs, right? So I just always loved details. And then when it came to designing gear, I think it was just really natural for me. In terms of specs and what those turn into. I grew up outdoors, but I didn't grow up backpacking and I spent a lot of time just doing exactly that. I mean, the amount of times I just slept in my backyard, right? Because we started with sleeping bags and so I was just sleeping in my backyard in the middle of winter here in, in southern Utah just to learn as much as I possibly could and really hone in and improve product. On your website looks like the Rhyolite Pack was your first pack. Tell us a little bit about that and how it came to life. Yeah, so the Rhyolite Pack was my first pack and really my only pack that I designed a hundred percent myself. And that was just a marriage of what I'd used and what I'd loved. Then thinking about some of the features. The side zipper access, that was one of the favorite features on that piece. Being able to get into the bottom of your pack without fully unloading the backpack. That was really, something that I had seen on other packs, had used a little bit and loved. What was your, so your testing process back then, was it just you taking it out and testing? Yeah, so now obviously we can send bags off to get rated. But what we publicly like to claim is that we sleep in every sleeping bag down to within five degrees of its rating. That's like our stamp, and that takes a lot of field time, it takes opportunities that it's gonna be this temperature at this time and we gotta get out there and sleep in this bag. So there, there's some definite field time there, but we will also, take a poll on what things rate at, with the modern testing. Where did the name Outdoor Vitals come from? I designed our first logo just on a school computer, honestly, at college, and I'm not a designer in that sense of the word. The name wasn't much different, I guess you could say. just the idea of trying to merge different things that could potentially create a great name, right? And to me, really the name comes from the outdoors being a vital part of my life. I think it's important for everyone to get outdoors. I think it's absolutely critical in this day and age. Physical health, mental health, emotional health, that is the base. That's what grounds us. And so to me it really stems from this concept of the outdoors is a vital piece what's necessary to keep your sanity, at least for me anyway. I saw on your website 'opening the outdoors' is your mantra. What do you mean by that? Probably the biggest thing that drives me is to help people connect to the outdoors. Some of the biggest horror stories I ever hear are when I hear people that say something along the lines of, yeah, I went camping one time as a kid. I froze my butt off. I'll never go back. They've lost a lifetime of adventure, experience, connection, all of these amazing benefits that I know as a company knows. So opening the outdoors is this concept that the outdoors don't necessarily feel like they're open to everyone. Whether it's from product or whether it's from experience, right? If you don't have someone to hold your hand and take you outdoors, you don't have the confidence. But at the same time, gear really can matter. If you have great gear, you can focus on the experience there instead of being filled with anxiety that it might get cold tonight or that some rain might come through or, am I really prepared? All these types of things. And so we focus heavily on education. What's gonna keep people from getting outdoors really comes down to reducing their unknowns, those unknowns turn into fears, right? Anything that you have fear about is typically an unknown. And so if we can educate people and reduce the amount of unknowns, they build confidence, and by building that confidence in the gear, in their skillset and their knowledge and packing list, whatever we can possibly do, we help open the outdoor. and that just really pulls back to our purpose of connecting people to the vital outdoors. And how do you guys do that? What kind of education programs do you support or do you offer? Yeah, so from the very beginning, in fact, there are still videos of me in this tiny, little duplex that I own, and I'm sitting in front of our coffee table on a five-gallon bucket in front of our Drapes. I'm filming how to take care of a sleeping bag, how do you stuff the sleeping bag? How do you store a sleeping bag? How do you wash a sleeping bag? I mean, from the very, very beginning it was just any education we could do primarily through YouTube. How do we pack, what are gear lists? Taking 'em on trail to really showcase all of these, anything that we could. And so video has been the main media for us. However, that has changed a bit to also introducing podcasts. So we have a podcast called the Live Ultralight Podcast. That's our second medium now. Podcasts are huge. I think podcasts and YouTube channels are must have for business these days. You can do so much with that. You guys already create, we're creating fantastic gear, but you went through another evolution to create better gear, which you now, I think you now call outdoor vitals 2.0. Is that right? Internally, that's how we like to talk about it. You just say that to some of our big brand followers and they're gonna know exactly what that means. But really, what that meant is, I didn't have this Rockstar entrance. I didn't have a house to mortgage. I didn't come from a background of designing product or this is my second or third business startup. I didn't have those connections. And so really from 2014 to 2018 was us building cash flow, building team, building opportunities, learning grow. And we were always offering amazing product at the price points we were offering. But our own sites started to increase from better experiences, helping people be able to just have so much confidence in their gear outside. And so as those all raised in 2018, We launched our first apparel piece called the Loft Tech Jacket. And the loft tech jacket was something that we launched on Kickstarter and we were able to pre-sell a million dollars worth of that jacket. Then from that opportunity, I took that and I ran as fast as I could with it. So we went and basically petitioned some of the world's best fabric mills, the world's best suppliers, world's best wool producers, and I just was able to sell 'em on the brand and say, Hey, look, we're a direct to consumer brand. We don't care about price points when we're designing. You're gonna love to work with us, by the way, look at this third party website showing what we're capable of, showing that we've sold this much product on one product and the story that we're able to tell you should work with us. And we had a tremendous success rate getting into the world's top factories and mills. And so we pivoted off of that as well. At that point in time. design had just outgrown me. I didn't have the time and the resources to put into it and frankly, people that were trained and educated in this were gonna be able to, do things more efficiently and so on, so forth. So I also at that time, went out and hired our lead designer today. And between, the team growth and our partner growth, it debuted this concept of 2.0 where we were able to take and do things with product that we just simply weren't able to do before, that took a few years of us behind the scenes working our butts off. So it seems like you get outside as much as you can. In addition to your camping and, product testing trips, what other activities do you participate in? I still ride a dirt bike just a little bit. I need to ride a mountain bike a lot more than I do, but, so there's those aspects. I think I just love to explore. I love to see new stuff. Right. So whether it's Cross Country travel a little bit or anything related to that. I started picking up trail running a little bit, which has been a lot of fun. But that's pretty similar to hiking, I guess you can say Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the outdoor biz? I would say like my biggest mistakes that I would advise other people is just, Obsess about product and what you're doing there versus what maybe what you think a business should be doing, where we live in this day and age, where business can get turned on its head in a heartbeat. Meaning like the old concept of you need 10 sleeping bags, to have a line of sleeping bags, to be anybody who's anybody. . It's just totally false. Now you can have a single product such as that loft tech jacket did for us that can turn a whole business on its head and, be something truly innovative and whatnot. So in my opinion, if you're wanting to get into this space, just be obsessed about the product. What are some of your favorite books? Some of the time I'm reading business books and we are reading those as a team. So I love Jim Collins and Good To Great and some of those books. I definitely was that era of growing up like on, on just like, Fiction books, like Harry Potter and some of those. I would be that kid, like as a fourth grader, I'd be out there mowing the lawn with a cassette player listening to Harry Potter. But I've also really enjoyed, recently, and like The Terminal List, it's, I guess probably more in the public eye with their Amazon series that they're doing on it. But the books are really good. Is there anything else you wanna say to our listeners or ask of our listeners? I'd just say get outside and take people outside, educate yourself. Where can people find you? What's the best way for them to follow up if they'd like to reach out? We've got a podcast. If you like listening to podcasts, jump over there. It's the Live Ultralight Podcast. Otherwise you can just go to outdoorvitals.com and find anything you'd need.
We've seen it all over the news in just the last couple of weeks. Police investigating incidents of domestic violence including a man threatening a woman before setting a house on fire in Davis County, a boyfriend shooting and killing his 16-year-old girlfriend in Piute County, and a father killing his family before taking his own life in Iron County. And, of course, there are many more stories of domestic violence that don't make the headlines. This week Matt Rascon talks with Kait Sorenson, the executive director of Canyon Creek Services based in Cedar City. The local nonprofit is on the frontlines of the effort to end domestic violence every day in southern Utah. Over the last couple of weeks they've been working to help the community heal and learn from the tragedy in Enoch.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Get Lost So You Can Find Your Way Home | The Podcast-Memoir of M.K. Lott
In the first of a two-part episode, M.K. recalls the start of a call to adventure to Cedar City Utah where he encounters art studios hidden in storage units, the philosophical owners, and the legacy of the local artists of the Utah desert. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/getlost-hypnotherapy/support
Service Business Mastery - Business Tips and Strategies for the Service Industry
Iron Mountain Plumbing is a business that is family-owned and it is a full-service plumbing contractor. This business is located in Cedar City and it provides services that are helpful and dependable. Thanks to Ashley Tanner, CFO of Iron Mountain Plumbing, this business is known for being able to get in quickly and cleanly to fix any plumbing issues that a customer is having. This business is also mentioned for its excellent communication with customers as well as its fair pricing. Meeting and learning from other successful professionals in the Service Business Industry is one of our favorite things to do. If you are ready to learn more ways to scale YOUR service business, this episode is for you! In this episode we discuss: What actions Ashley Tanner and her husband took to change their business coaching, marketing, and continued hiring to keep their service running. Why it is important to be willing to seek out help from others and admitting what we don't know in order to grow. How being a female in a predominantly male industry can be challenging yet rewarding. Ashley Tanner explains why she has said no to work because it wasn't her "avatar customer" - even though saying yes would mean more money. Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: This episode is kindly sponsored by Sera (visit their website) CompanyCam (visit their website), and UpFrog (visit their website). Visit www.companycam.com/SBM and use code SBM for a free 2-week trial, 1:1 training and account setup, and 50% off your first two months! Join the Service Business Mastery Facebook group Meet the Hosts: Tersh Blissett is a serial entrepreneur who has created and scaled multiple profitable home service businesses in his small town market. He's dedicated to giving back to the industry that has provided so much for him and his family. Connect with him on LinkedIn. Joshua Crouch has been in the home services industry, specifically HVAC, for 8+ years as an Operations Manager, Branch Manager, Territory Sales Manager and Director of Marketing. He's also the Founder of Relentless Digital, where their focus is dominating your local market online. Connect with him on LinkedIn. Meet the Guest: Ashley Tanner, CFO at Iron Mountain Plumbing. Connect with her on LinkedIn Links to connect here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-tanner-65632a233/ Tune in to hear the latest and greatest in business services trends on Service Business Mastery on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and our website. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Service Business Mastery in your favorite podcast player.
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9:05 - 9:20 - Blackface video controversy Utah is back in the national spotlight - but for a bad reason. A viral video shows Utah teens walking around a Walmart in Cedar City in blackface and prisoner costumes for Halloween. To top it off, they were accompanied by a white female dressed as a police officer. Governor Cox has responded with disappointment. Dan Rascon from KSL 5 joins the show to share what he found out about the video, police and school district involvement, and the wrong kids being improperly outed as culprits in Black face costumes. 9:35 - Drag show in St. George KSL.com investigation reveals how a drag show in the “town square” in St. George caused a stir behind the scenes at City Hall and may have cost taxpayers a $625k payout to a top city official. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas weighs in on if drag shows can ever be banned in the town square. 9:50 - Where does $100 go? Tax has always been a confusing topic. What are the different types and levels of taxes? Where does all of our money go when we pay for taxes? Feeling broke and taxed to death, Dave and Debbie take a $100 bill and break down how all types of taxes eat away at your hard-earned income. 10:05 - GOP vs. Democrat mail-in voting trends Utah's mail-in voting is slower this year compared to 2018 and 2020's elections. National Republicans have increasingly opposed absentee ballots since 2016, but Utah has stood apart in its support for the practice. Are Republicans voting less by mail this year? What will the slowdown mean for the overall election? Longtime Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen joins the show to discuss the trends and what they mean for Utah. 10:20 - Breakdown of Evan McMullin's interview Last night, Utah Senate candidate Evan McMullin joined KSL at Night to emphasize how an independent Utah Senator would make Utah matter more nationally. Joined by Leah Murray, Political Science Professor at Weber State University and Host of KSL at Night, Dave and Debbie dig into the interview's details, including a national debate that was supposed to happen on Fox News and was shut down by Senator Lee's campaign. 10:35 - 10:50 - Should TikTok be banned? The FCC announced that the U.S. should ban TikTok due to privacy concerns regarding China's involvement with the app, and FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr has been warning about this since June of this year. This brings up the question: Should TikTok be banned? Dave and Debbie discuss with Earl Foote, CEO of Nexus IT Consultants, who shares his thoughts on what we need to worry about. 11:05 - News around the world with Boyd Matheson As the nation sets their focus on the midterm elections, there are other parts of the world that are going through similar issues. Brazil and Israel are also in election season. In the UK, the new Prime Minister is starting his role. North Korea keeps firing missiles and supplying artillery to Russia. Boyd Matheson, Host of KSL's Inside Sources, joins the show to give Dave and Debbie a quick world tour of all the top news. 11:20 - Capitol police security In 2021 alone, the Capitol Police were made aware of ten thousand threats. That huge number and the politically motivated attack on Paul Pelosi have pushed the Chief of the Capitol Police to call for heightened security for members of Congress. Dave and Debbie examine an interview this morning with ABC law enforcement reporter Luke Barr. The hosts break down the spectrum of political violence from far right to far left, which two groups receive the most threats of violence, and how much more security will be needed. 11:35 - Senator Mike Lee's campaign Election Day is just a few days away, meaning that it's time to get those ballots filled out. Earlier we did a breakdown of Evan McMullin's campaign and interview with KSL at Night. How is Mike Lee's campaign doing? Amelia Powers Gardner, Utah County Commissioner and Campaign Chair for Senator Mike Lee, joins the show to talk about the campaign and share her response to the low voter turnout in Utah. 11:50 - Blackface video updates The viral video of the teens wearing blackface in Cedar City has received 3.4 million views on Twitter alone. What exactly are the police and school investigating? Are punishments being floated? KSL reporter Aimee Cobabe joins the show to give more details and updates on the case.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Utah is back in the national spotlight - but for a bad reason. A viral video shows Utah teens walking around a Walmart in Cedar City in blackface and prisoner costumes for Halloween. To top it off, they were accompanied by a white female dressed as a police officer. Governor Cox has responded with disappointment. Dan Rascon from KSL 5 joins the show to share what he found out about the video, police and school district involvement, and the wrong kids being improperly outed as culprits in Black face costumes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The viral video of the teens wearing blackface in Cedar City has received 3.4 million views on Twitter alone. What exactly are the police and school investigating? Are punishments being floated? KSL reporter Aimee Cobabe joins the show to give more details and updates on the case.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This episode features a conversation with several speakers at the One Utah Summit recently held on the Southern Utah University (SUU) campus in Cedar City. Listen as podcast host Pete Codella, Go Utah's communications director, asks five thought leaders with expertise in various areas to share their unique knowledge and experiences. First, we spoke with SUU President Mindy Benson about the university's role in preparing a trained workforce and her experience teaching and leading at the university. Next, Gov. Cox's Senior Advisor for Education, Brittney Cummins, joined Codella to discuss educating Utah's youth. Joel Ferry, executive director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources, discussed his team's work throughout the state. Codella also spoke with Kevin Lewis, director of tourism for Greater Zion, about bringing the IRONMAN competition to Southern Utah. Finally, Brian Steed, executive director at the new Janet Quinney Lawson Institute for Land, Water, and Air at Utah State University, shared his thoughts on overcoming environmental challenges in the nation's fastest-growing state. The next One Utah Summit is scheduled for May 1-2, 2023, at the Davis Conference Center in Layton.
Alaina the property manager from Cedar City, UT takes on the B92.1 Hundred Dollar Minute presented by UFirst Credit Union.
Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning at SUU
Join Joshua, Jeb, and host Tony Pellegrini as they discuss teaching, learning, and service at Southern Utah University (SUU). Dr. Joshua Price received the 2021-22 Faculty Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Price came to SUU eight years ago and has made an indelible impression on the campus community. With a bachelor's degree in economics from BYU and two master'sdegrees and a Ph.D. in economics, policy analysis, and management from New York's Cornell University, he uses his extensive knowledge to inspire students by tailoring his courses to their interests. Aside from his work as an associate professor of economics and director of the Health Education Action Lab (HEAL), he volunteers his time to provide color commentary for radio coverage of SUU women's basketball games and to mentor new football recruits. Josh supports all of his students both inside and outside of the classroom with his knowledge, kindness, and humor.Dr. Jeb Branin was one of three 2021-22 Distinguished Educator recipients. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Arts Administration who has taught and nurtured SUU students for 24 years. He has earned degrees from Snow College, Utah State University, and Brigham Young University. He teaches many general education courses for his department, and in the past, taught “English Through the Internet” courses through the MOFET Institute and Talpiot Teacher College in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Additionally, he designed the “SUU in London” program, taking students and community members to London, England, to study theatre. Jeb carefully constructs his courses using the principles of intentionality, interconnection, and reflection and believes that failure is essential to learning. He provides his students opportunities to fail safely and learn by correcting their mistakes.This podcast is part of SUU's Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI). You can find previous episodes of this podcast on the CTI Podcast page.
On this week's WAC Podcast - Kendra Sheehan and Eric Danner preview the Battle of the Piney Woods! They also recap Kendra's WAC Road Trip to Cedar City, Utah and her chance encounter with WAC Football GOAT Steve Young. Our guest is Sam Houston Head Football Coach K.C. Keeler(22:56)
The podcast makes another visit to St. George, Utah. UIAAA Connection #90 Mike Winslow, CAA – Director of Athletics at Crimson Cliffs High School is now available. Mike, a Cedar City native, played baseball and soccer as a youngster. A graduate of Southern Utah University, Mike has worked his entire career in the Washington County District. His insight regarding the similarity of teaching students in the classroom being the same as teaching them on the field is priceless. Please Listen, Learn and Share! You can subscribe to UIAAA TV on YouTube!
From the fanciful and revelatory to the horrifying and sorrowful, the folklore of southern Utah hints at a complex history. Whether spiritual or spooky, home-grown legends are a window to understanding local culture. Visit Grafton, Utah's most haunted ghost town. Explore what haunts Southern Utah University in Cedar City, the St. George Temple and Touquerville's “murder house.” Learn about skinwalkers and the theft of Native American beliefs. Examine the numerous urban legends surrounding Route 666, “The Devil's Highway.” Uncover the secrets of the Mountain Meadows Massacre and the curse of Escalante Petrified Forest. Drawing on information from more than two hundred interviews, Darren M. Edwards investigates the tales and myths that permeate and persist in communities throughout red rock country. Darren M. Edwards is a writer, photographer and educator living in southern Utah. When he's not giving poetry performances, busy doing a photo session, working on writing a book or teaching a class, he enjoys cuddling with his dogs, his son or his wife—and, on some very magical days, all of them together. Buy at: https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9781467150446
This episode features a conversation with Stephen Lisonbee, senior advisor to Gov. Cox for Rural Affairs and associate vice president at Southern Utah University (SUU) Office of Regional Services, and podcast host Pete Codella, Go Utah's communications director. From Oct. 11 to 13, Utah's rural leaders and decision-makers will convene on the campus of SUU for the 35th consecutive Utah Rural Summit, now known as the southern One Utah Summit. The summit occurs every fall in Cedar City and every spring in northern Utah. During the discussion, Lisonbee shares what it is like to be the point person responsible for implementing Gov. Cox's increased importance on rural Utah. He also shares programming highlights for this year's networking event, including a rundown of the agenda, keynote speakers, and the entrepreneurial pitch, known as the State Bank Business Challenge, and why it is important for SUU to continue hosting the summit. Lisonbee also discusses plans for the summit's final day, known as Leadership Day, when leaders gather for training and to convene board and committee meetings to tend to important business. Learn more about the summit and purchase tickets by visiting the One Utah Summit website.
SUU football coach DeLane Fitzgerald joined DJ & PK to talk about his time in Cedar City as a first-year staff and prepping to take on Utah on Saturday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Marckx, founder of the popular Belgian Waffle Ride series of un-road races, joins the podcast to share all about the history of BWR and its unique brand and model as it expanded from a singular event in San Diego to now events all over the country (including here in Michigan). Michael also gives a preview of the course for the upcoming Belgian Waffle Ride Utah in Cedar City. Reminder - still time to use code "Michigander" for a discount for BWR Michigan.
To celebrate 25 years of WBCUtah, we will be interviewing 25 Utah Women Business Owners for season 4 of the Women Own It podcast. On this episode, we have Heather Young, Owner of Front Porch Twang out of Cedar City. Stay tuned for many more episodes on this season of 25 Utah Business Owner Interviews! Instagram: @frontporchtwang TikTok: @frontporchtwang Facebook: Front Porch Twang
With wild weather in the west, Cedar City gets slammed with rain and floods, and water raining down onto slot machines in Las Vegas by surprise. Dave and Debbie talk with KSL Meteorologist Matt Johnson about what the weather means for the rest of the Monson season in Utah. 83% of the state is experiencing extreme or exceptional drought conditions according to a new poll by the Deseret News and Hinckley Institute of Politics conducted a poll. What can we do about it? Spanish Fork City Mayor Mike Mendenhall calls in to discuss the measure put in his city. A new report says there has been a shift in who makes up the democratic party. Kelsey Dallas, a Deseret News reporter joins the show to discuss what changes have taken place at the party and why. Are voters tired of picking from only 1 of 2 parties? Andrew Yang and Christine Todd have joined forces to create the Forward Party as a viable 3rd option in politics. Leah Murray, co-host of KSL at Night and Academic Director at Walker Institute of Politics at Weber State University joins to discuss whether this will have any impact in the political arena. A new study from the University of Utah suggests a slowdown in the population growth here in Utah. Deb and Dave talk with Mallory Bateman, Director of Demographic Research and State Data Center Coordinator at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute discusses what the future growth of Utah will be and whether this is good or bad for our state. After the PACT act failed to move forward in Congress, Jon Stewart and others are attacking the GOP for voting down the bill. Braden Wayment, a retired Army Officer joins the show to share his experiences as a veteran around these pits and how the news of the PACT act affects his fellow vets. The new virus keeps spreading throughout the US. Doctor Sankar Swaminathan from U of U Health calls in to share what we know about Monkeypox and what we can do to stay safe and ahead of the curve. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has begun her trip through Asia, but no word as to whether she's scheduled to land in Taiwan. With China's threat against official visits to Taiwan, Professor Amos Guiora from the University of Utah shares what a trip to Taiwan would mean for relationships between both countries. "Drive like your Grandpa" and "Traffic school's boring" signs are popping up in West Salt Lake. Where are they coming from and why now? Alejandro Puy, Salt Lake City's District 2 Councilman is the man behind the signs, he calls the show to explain why he is making them.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The podcast makes another visit to Southern Utah. UIAAA Connection #80 Alana Benson, CAA - Inductee, 2022 UIAAA Hall of Fame is now available. Alana takes us on her journey than began in Kanab and took her to Southern Utah University in Cedar City. She was a multisport athlete in both high school and college. She provides insight into the world of athletic administration with twenty-five years of experience. Please Listen, Learn and Share! You can subscribe to UIAAA TV on YouTube!
In this episode, Julie and Ginger welcome Jack Hinman into the studio. Jack is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and he has been providing mental health services to individuals and families for over 20 years. Jack specializes in Attachment Theory and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). He focuses on helping young adults launch into adulthood through an attachment focused lens. Jack says that, “Connection is both the outcome and the intervention.” In mid-June, the Engage Transitions facility will be opening in Cedar City, Utah. This is a therapeutic community that gives young adults the confidence to safely explore their environment. The goal is to have the young adults create their own social networks using Engage as their secure base. To learn more about Engage, go to www.engagelifenow.com. You can also email Jack at Jack@engagelifenow.com. Jack proudly proclaims, “Attachment is my language.”
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We were shocked and deeply saddened to lose one of our own dear Mt Mamas, Lindsay Eatchel recently. She passed on with her husband in a plane crash in Cedar City, Utah. She leaves her sweet children and family. If you came to Mt Mamas activities, you had probably met Lindsay. We adored her as an inspiration for living your best life. She lived fearlessly and challenged herself at every outdoor turn. This is our tribute to her. May you continue to love and live Lindsay where ever you are! If you want to donate to the GoFundMe for her children: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-with-steven-and-lindsay-eatchel-memor Thanks to Sara, the Instrumentalist, for our intro "Salamanca" and John Denver for our outro "Annie's Song".
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No Weapon Formed Against Us Shall Prosper (2) (Audio) David Eells - 5/25/22 Excerpt from: Vision of the End of the World Given to Sarah Hoffman After her suicide in 1979, the Lord sent Sarah back to Earth to repent and share a warning of the end of the world... This panoramic view of Earth came into view and then came closer and closer like I had been out into space and was flying toward it…. As the world zoomed up to me I saw the whole world and then the various countries. I don't know the countries of the world very well, but as I looked at these lands I instinctively knew what countries they were. I was looking at the Middle East and watched as a missile flew from Libya and hit Israel with a big mushroom cloud. I knew that the missile was actually from Iran but people from Iran had been hiding it in Libya and fired it. I knew that it was a nuclear bomb. Almost immediately missiles started flying from one country to another, quickly spreading to all over the world. (The Alliance has said there would be a fake WW3 and we can see the stage being set. I have said for months that this could end up being a real World War and that the DS is professional at getting in the middle and shooting both ways to start wars. Indeed, in Rev. chapter 6 we see the second seal brings a world war. A covenant is being put together as NESARA/GESARA.) Rev. 6:1-8, And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures saying as with a voice of thunder, Come. 2 And I saw, and behold, a white horse, and he that sat thereon had a bow; and there was given unto him a crown: and he came forth conquering, and to conquer. (Jesus in the Man-child ministries, like Moses judged Egypt) 3 And when he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature saying, Come. 4 And another horse came forth, a red horse: and to him that sat thereon it was given to take peace from the earth, and that they should slay one another: and there was given unto him a great sword. (World War) 5 And when he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature saying, Come. And I saw, and behold, a black horse; and he that sat thereon had a balance in his hand. 6 And I heard as it were a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, A measure of wheat for a shilling, and three measures of barley for a shilling; and the oil and the wine hurt thou not. (Food scarce, famine) 7 And when he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature saying, Come. 8 And I saw, and behold, a pale horse: and he that sat upon him, his name was Death; and Hades followed with him. And there was given unto them authority over the fourth part of the earth (It is clear that the depopulationists got their way. Mike Adams and Steve Quayle interview warn about the planned and orchestrated extermination of the human race.),the fourth part of the earth to kill with sword, and with famine, and with death, (Footnote for “death" in the Numeric says "or pestilence") and by the wild beasts of the earth. (The "sword, famine, and pestilence" were used several times when the scriptures speak of Babylon taking down the apostates and their system.) I also saw that many nuclear explosions did not come from missiles but from ground bombs of some kind. I knew that in the future there would be a nuclear war throughout the world and this is how it would start. Then, my focus changed from the Middle East to America. I understood that I was about to see some of the things that would lead up to the nuclear holocaust I had just witnessed. As I looked upon the continent of North America, I zeroed in on the East Coast and then to New York. I saw New York with all of its buildings and people. Then I saw some tall buildings crashing to the earth with tremendous smoke, debris and dust everywhere (World Trade Towers?). The next thing that I felt more than I saw was that shortly after this there was no commerce, no shopping, buying, and was I impressed that there was no economy. The economy had almost failed completely and no one had any money. (This is happening now and it is to bring down the DS fiat dollar for the purpose of bringing online the new financial system. It is possible that they will not be able to bring it back. A guess is because of plagues. We don't know how much of this revelation can be avoided through repentance and spiritual warfare.) The next thing I saw was people being sick and dying. I saw this particularly in four cities: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Salt Lake. The disease started by having white blisters, some the size of dimes appear on their hands, arms and face. (Monkeypox is spreading now? Back in Nov. of 2021 Bill Gates warned of a smallpox outbreak. Bill Gates' Germ-Game Warning. Smallpox is a much worse version of Monkeypox but the vaccine is the same for both. In March 2021, NTI partnered with the Munich Security Conference to conduct a tabletop exercise simulating a global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox caused by a terrorist attack using a pathogen engineered in a laboratory… SIGA Technologies & Bavarian Nordic have official contracts with first world nations like the US and undisclosed Europeans for Monkey Pox vaccine production as of May 12th, just days before outbreak began… This quickly developed into white puffy sores and blisters. People would stumble about and fall and then many died within a short time, maybe 24 hours. I also saw other people with blood coming from their nose, mouth, eyes and ears. (Ebola or Marburg) It started like a flu virus and it spread very quickly, faster than the other white blister disease. The people who had this disease died even faster. This was more wide spread across the entire United States. There were hundreds of thousands of people stricken with these two diseases. (This is the DS revenge and this could be their method to cheat on or derail the mid term 2022 elections and NESARA/GESARA.) I knew that there were several different kinds of diseases, but at first primarily these two. They came from small containers that had been brought into the United States. These containers were like quart jars and I was impressed that the people carrying them would just drop them on the ground in large crowds of people and the people would become infected without realizing it. (We have dreams of them dropping them in airports so that they would spread everywhere quickly) In these cities as the disease spread, the people tried to flee from the cities out to the countryside. (Do it now) There was complete chaos in these cities and a breakdown of normal society. There was no electricity in them either, but I don't know why or how that came to be. (They are bringing the nuclear and hydro generators down to replace them with Tesla Free Energy now, but because of the plagues they may not finish the project.). There were cars piled up everywhere, blocking roadways and most people then had to walk out with nothing. (They have warned of CME's from the Sun bringing the grid's down as an excuse but, more likely, they have EMP's that will take down the vehicles.) The disease started to spread beyond these initial cities. As these people were fleeing the cities, there were gangs attacking them and killing them. (Because they are afraid of the pandemic) In the cities that were struck with the disease, there was complete chaos, looting, rioting, murdering, a complete breakdown. Many people seemed to go absolutely crazy. I sensed that the electricity had failed everywhere now and that nothing was running. (According to our dreams, some places will have electricity and many will not because the pandemic will hinder the switchover. Some will attempt to deceive those with electricity out of their houses.) There was no communication or anything anywhere in the country. (They are bringing the internet down to switch over to the new internet connected through Starlink satellites, but the switchover could be interrupted by the pandemic.) Nothing worked, no radios or TVs. (Because the electricity didn't come up.) I watched people throw rocks and break windows to steal TVs, which I thought was really crazy because they wouldn't work. Immediately, as I watched this happen in the United States, I jumped back to the Middle East and saw the same thing in Israel, the same sores, and I realized that it was the same types of disease or sickness happening there. I knew somehow that whatever diseases had been used in the United States were also being used in Israel. This lasted for only an instant and I was back in the United States. There was a tremendously long winter that lasted into summer. (We just had a long winter that and it is still getting cold as of the end of May.) It caught everyone by surprise and started the full famine. Actually, I realized that the long winter actually just increased the famine greatly to its full measure, because the famine had already been in progress because of the storms, droughts, floods and other plagues that had been happening over the few years leading up to the long winter. It seemed then that the year following the long winter was when everything started to go down hill very quickly or things piled up one on top of the other without any breaks. The sense of time was not very clear because I was seeing several things that seemed to happen all at the same time or very close together. (This sounds like our current media news cycles. Note, the book of Revelation is not a series of consecutive happening from beginning to end. In several places the same time periods are being spoken of. This revelation is likely the same.) During and after the long winter, the disease spread everywhere and increased in severity. The economy was completely gone and the electricity was also gone. There was complete chaos and anarchy all over the United States. There was no government, just a total breakdown. There was no food at all. I saw people trying to get food and were completely panicked because there was no food. I saw people digging in the ground for worms and eating them because they were so hungry. (At this point at the end of May 2022, the plan is; crash the economy, the electricity, the internet, and the food supply. So this vision has been extremely accurate. We must ask God for mercy for those He has chosen.) Also, during this time I became aware that there was very little water and that almost all of the water had become poisoned so that if a person drank the water they would get the disease and die. Many did drink the water, knowing that they would die, because they were so thirsty. Some of the people seemed to go crazy(ier) and went around in gangs killing people just for the sake of killing. Others killed for food or for things but the people who killed just to kill were absolutely terrible. They seemed like beasts; animals completely out of control as they raped, looted, burned and butchered people. I saw them go into people's homes and drag families out who were hiding there and rape them and butcher them. There was such a fear and hatred that came upon the people -- families, wives, husbands -- loving ties no longer mattered; it became survival only. Husbands would kill their wives and children for food or water. Mothers would kill their children. It was absolutely horrible beyond description. (It's here that the New Age people will discover that man is not inherently good, but is capable of the worst. Ecc 3:19 ... yea, they have all one breath; and man hath no preeminence above the beasts: for all is vanity. Not to mention, that the tribulation came and not their 1000 years of peace because “there is no peace to the wicked, saith the Lord.") The air seemed to be filled with smoke as many buildings and cities burned and no one put them out. As I looked upon the scene of chaos, destruction and smoke, I noticed that there were these little pockets of light scattered all over the United States. There were, I would guess, about twenty or thirty of them. I noticed that most of these places of light were in the western part of the United States, with only three or four in the East. These places of light seemed to shine through the darkness and caught my attention and so I concentrated on them, asking, "What are these things?" I could then see that they were people who had gathered together and they were on their knees and they were praying. The light was coming from them and I understood that it represented their goodness and love. I understood that they had gathered together for safety and that they cared more for each other than for themselves. Some of the groups were small, with only a hundred people or so, but in other groups there were what seemed several thousand. I realized that somehow many, if not most of these cities of light had been established just before the disease attack and that they were very organized. It was like they had known what was coming and had prepared for it. I didn't see who or what had organized them, but I saw many people struggling to get to them with nothing but what they could carry. These cities of light had food and were sharing their food with those who joined them in their groups. There was peace and safety in the groups. They were living in tents, all kinds of tents, many of which were just blankets covering poles. I noticed that the gangs left these groups alone, choosing to pick on easier targets and unprotected people. They also preyed on the people who were trying to get to the cities of light. Many people in these cities of light had guns to defend themselves and so the gangs left them alone but it seemed that the gangs just didn't want to come against them. (We are warned that "They that take the sword will die by the sword" and "If any man shall kill with the sword, with the sword must he be killed.” Some coming to these cities of light will not have this conviction yet. I would suggest that guns could also have a spiritual meaning. The power to kill will be in the saint's words as if they were a gun. The two witnesses kill with their words in Rev.11, indicating the time of grace is up for the wicked.) I realized that these cities of light, which is what I began to think of them, were only for a short time and then the people in them would go somewhere else; however, I don't know where they went but I seem to think that they gathered to the mountains; to the high places. (They are there to be prepared to spread the Gospel, for we have a short time left.) (Then the nuclear war which had started when in this dream the Iranian missile was fired at Israel from Libya and then the invasion of the US by Russia and China and other nations towards the end of the tribulation began.) As I was looking at the cities of light, I then saw missiles coming and hitting some cities and mushroom clouds started happening all over the United States. Some were from missiles that I knew came from Russia and others were not from missiles, but were from bombs that were already in the United States. They were hidden in trucks and in cars and were exploded. I specifically saw Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York hit with bombs. New York was hit with a missile, but I think that Los Angeles was hit by a truck bomb or actually several, because I didn't see any missile. I also saw north of Salt Lake City have a mushroom cloud, a small one, but no missile. In the darkness I also saw little fireballs. I don't know if this happened just before or during the mushroom clouds, but there were millions falling everywhere. They were very hot, of different sizes with most about the size of golf balls. As they fell from the sky they left a streak of flame and smoke behind them. Whatever they touched they started on fire: people, buildings, trees, grass, it didn't matter. I didn't ask what they were or where they came from, because by this time I was getting sick of the whole scene and so I just observed and didn't ask many questions. (We've had many dreams of fireballs hitting the earth.) Almost right on top of these mushroom clouds I saw Russian troops invading the United States. I saw them parachuting into a lot of places, primarily from the East Coast. I saw them parachute into Salt Lake City. I also saw Chinese troops invade from the West Coast, near Los Angeles. (This is what we've known by many revelations.) The people who were still alive started fighting them with their own guns. I didn't see any military. This was the nuclear war that I had seen earlier and I knew that it was also happening all over the world like I had seen previously. I did not see much of this war, but I was impressed that it was not very long and the Russians and Chinese lose, but I don't know how exactly. (This reminds me of George Washington's vision when the angels came to help.) Now the smoke turned to a very thick, heavy dark smoke. Just as things appeared to be as bad as it could get, then the earthquakes happened. This happened during a winter. It seemed that this was the winter following the very long one and so the chaos had been almost for a full year. The earthquakes seemed to start in the West, around Idaho and Wyoming, and then quickly spread everywhere. I saw a huge earthquake strike Utah and then California. There were earthquakes all over California, but were especially devastating in the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. (Could this be the approach of Planet X? It is possible what happened in History could happen again when the planet did not escape the sun's gravity and went around again or even again.) These earthquakes triggered volcanoes all over the West. They started spewing a tremendous amount of ash and smoke into the air and the air became very dark and dirty. The sun was darkened even more because of the smoke and the ash that started raining down everywhere. I also saw huge waves of water sweep over the West Coast and then I realized that it was happening all over the coastal cities of the entire world. Los Angeles was almost swept completely away. The waves were huge. (The tipping and slowing down of the earth because of the Planet X flyby.) I saw a big wall of water, taller than many of the buildings, perhaps as high as 20 feet, sweep over Salt Lake City. I thought this was strange because it was so far from the ocean and I wondered how a wave from the ocean could travel all the way to Salt Lake City. I was impressed that it was not from the ocean but from the ground. I quickly saw great cracks in the earth around Salt Lake City open up and water just shoot out of the ground. I felt that under the ground, very deep, there was a tremendous amount of water and the earthquakes forced it up to the surface. (The fountains of the deep broken up again as in the days of Noah.) When the water swept over the city, there weren't very many buildings left, in fact there was a tremendous destruction with hardly anything left at all, just a few buildings. The water went from Idaho down to near Cedar City and was very bad. In the cities there was great destruction, and most of the buildings had been destroyed and there was a lot of rubble. Through the earthquakes, disease, floods, volcanoes and tidal waves killed a lot of people, most people died because of the gangs and everyone killing each other, not from the terrible devastations. As I thought a moment about it, it seemed that the earth itself had become sickened at the terrible things that were happening upon it and was finally reacting. I was impressed that the earth wanted to cleanse itself of the terrible chaos and evil that had engulfed the people. (This is the wrath of God not earth.) Because of the volcanoes erupting everywhere, there was now ash mixed with the heavy smoke. Ash was falling and it was almost complete darkness everywhere. The diseases had become very bad. I saw people literally die on their feet. There was another disease I saw. People had these red blotches on them and then they quickly started bleeding everywhere, from every opening. Then, they literally disintegrated or melted into unrecognizable masses of flesh and bone. I cannot even begin to describe what I saw. The dead were everywhere After this terrible winter, I saw the survivors pile up the dead into huge piles and burn them. The smell was absolutely terrible. I could smell it just a little and the smell itself would make you sick. This burning of bodies had happened a little during the chaos, but not much because people were so worried about surviving that they just ignored the dead. I then saw four more things. I saw a huge earthquake in the middle of the United States. It was tremendous and seemed to split the United States in half about where the Mississippi River is. The crack in the earth that resulted was huge and that area totally sank. It was miles wide and it opened up and the earth fell down. It seemed to swallow everything. Then water flowed in from the Gulf of Mexico all the way up to the Great Lakes, only they weren't lakes anymore, they became all part of a big inland sea. I then saw a series of tremendous earthquakes all over the world. But it wasn't lots of separate earthquakes, it was all part of one huge, gigantic earthquake that shook the entire earth. (The earth's mantle slipping on the core from an earth tide from Planet X.) Because of this earthquake, water came upon the land all over the world. Huge walls of water along all of the coasts. This earthquake and the walls of water made the earlier ones seem small by comparison. I don't know if the earthquake that split the United States into two parts was part of this worldwide quake or not. I then saw a tremendous wind come upon the earth. As the wind hit I saw people go into caves and into the cracks of rocks to escape it. It was tremendous and it blew trees and everything away. It appeared to be stronger than any hurricane or tornado. It seemed like everything was blown away. I understood, without asking, that the great worldwide earthquake and the wind were somehow caused by a huge object, like a planet or something, that had come very close by the earth and disrupted everything and that it was near the end that this happened. (Planet X was not known by the public at this time.) I then was back into space viewing the entire earth from a distance. I saw this huge fireball, two or three times bigger than the earth, approach the earth. It was extremely bright red and gold in color and then engulfed the entire earth. When I saw this, because it was so different than everything else, I asked what it was. I was impressed that it was the burning of the earth that is described in the scriptures. I understood that just before it came, Jesus had appeared to the earth and the good people that I had seen earlier had left the earth with Him and were no longer on the earth. (Timing? Planet X may go around the Sun more than once. Some ancient historians reported that it hit planet Tiamat which then became the asteroid belt. This slowed P-X so that it could not escape the gravity of the Sun till it went around again and maybe again. The last time could be the rapture and the great and terrible day of the Lord) The only people left were the few wicked who had survived the devastations earlier, but there were not many. Economic Devastation and the Monkeypox Plague Garrett Crawford - 3/26/08 (David's notes in red) This dream has stayed true to how I saw it in 2008. I havent changed a word. I think the first crash was the economic crash of 2008. The 2nd crash is what is happening now in the economy. I found it strange the survivor of the crash put on a monkey suit. (Could this represent the Market crashing at same time as monkey pox arrives?) I dreamed I was given a Word from the Lord that another 9/11 attack would occur, It was profound enough that I told the members of my family. A long time passed in the dream and I had forgotten about it, because it didn't come to pass. (Many times we forget the things the Lord reveals to us and begin to doubt Him because the things spoken do not come to pass according to our timing.) After an extended period of time, I saw myself and a few other men castrating ourselves and we had performed another surgery on ourselves as well. In this surgery we had removed some organs from our abdomens. We thought that we were doing a good thing, but there were complications with the surgery. (Castration represents cutting off the flesh of man's ability to sow his own seed and the surgery represents cutting out the flesh and organs that feed the old man and cause him to live independently from faith in God. The complications represent the trials and testing that the God sends our way to prove our faith and our commitment to walk in agreement with our promises in His Word.) After many weeks I realized that I was not healing properly and that I may have taken out too many organs that I had really needed.(This represents walking by sight and looking at the problems and also regrets for having chosen to follow the Lord and give up everything of our carnal life for Him and His Kingdom. ) We all walked around after the surgery carrying a plastic bag full of our organs because we thought we should keep them. (Don't try this at home kids! :o) The devil will try to convince us through fear, doubt, and unbelief that we need to hang on to our flesh and that it was a mistake to give up our fleshly lives. We prayed for God to help us reconnect them ourselves, but we tried to no avail to reconnect them. (This represents shrinking back and desiring to reconnect the our old lives and the people we've left behind for the sake of discipleship. Heb. 10:35-39 Cast not away therefore your boldness, which hath great recompense of reward. 36 For ye have need of patience, that, having done the will of God, ye may receive the promise. 37 For yet a very little while, He that cometh shall come, and shall not tarry. 38 But my righteous one shall live by faith: And if he shrink back, my soul hath no pleasure in him. 39 But we are not of them that shrink back unto perdition; but of them that have faith unto the saving of the soul.) I finally told the group of men that I was very troubled and wanted to go to the hospital to have the doctors reconnect my organs. I had lost faith in a supernatural healing. At that moment I ran outside, determined to get to the hospital as fast as I could, carrying my bag of organs. As I ran through the door I found myself outside, on top of an apartment building. (The top of the apartment building represents heavenly places in Christ, those who are sanctified through separation from the Babylonish world and its systems. They are hidden in Christ in their Psalm 91 protection.) I could see that I was in a big city, (Ninevah/America) and as I looked ahead I could see the twin towers (also mentioned in the previous revelation.) standing in front of me. There was panic on the face of all on top of the building with me and on the street below. A plane had just been ripped out of the air and literally thrown to the ground in front of the towers a few seconds before I walked out. I looked down and I could see the mangled wreckage of what used to be a commercial airline fuselage. The Towers were not damaged but the plane crashed right at the base of them. (Could these towers be symbolic of the American economy and empire. The 1st crash of 2008 did not destroy America.) As I looked in the sky another plane flew by the towers and caught fire and suddenly crashed into the top of the second tower. (This could represent this current economic crash. It is the second crash and it hit the second tower. This one will bring destruction to America.) At this moment I looked at my mother and I realized that the thing the Lord spoke to me about came to pass, a second 9/11 style attack. At that moment I changed, I was so full of faith and peace. I said, “If God is with me so much that he showed me the future, then he is with me enough to also heal me." At that moment I took the bag of organs (Representing fear, doubt and unbelief) and threw them so hard they flew over to one of the twin towers and landed next to the wreckage on top of the tower. The top of the tower was filled with water like a huge pool. (The tower is a Babel. The American Babylon which is under the curses pronounced against it by God. I saw America as a huge fish pool in a dream years ago. The Hebrew name "Nineveh" is written ideographically with the cuneiform sign of a fish within an enclosure and I saw the U.S. in a vision as a fish enclosure.) The bag just floated around until one of the survivors of the crash swam over to it and grabbed it. I told her not to touch it but she took the remains in the bag and put them on like clothing. When she put them on, it looked like a monkey suit. (All those who cling to fear, doubt and unbelief will become victims of the vaccines of the DS plagues represented by the “Monkey suit or Monkey Pox.”) Then my mom, sister, and I ran inside our apartment. I said, “We need to leave the city right now before mayhem ensues. Grab what you can carry and let's go." I filled a couple of garbage bags full of food that was in the pantry and we ran to the SUV. (We have warned people to leave the big sin cities. Spiritually, this represents fleeing into the wilderness. Rev. 12:14 And there were given to the woman the two wings of the great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness unto her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.) Then I woke up. (Just a thought, This shows that when these bad times come many lost and unsaved will be terrified and scared. (Which will drive many to God.) But the believers who are knowledgeable about the things to come will rejoice, because they know what is happening. The tribulation will have the complete opposite effects on the two groups. The believer will know that God is doing these things and that they are in his hand, where as the unsaved will not see any sovereign control and just see chaos, causing them to panic. I think the start of these things will kickstart a revival among God's people.) 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Garrett and Matt are excited about today's episode, where they switch gears a bit and discuss the facets of Ninja Selling with their featured guest--an “outside the box” special guest--who happens to be a commercial insurance agent. So for all of you who are a little tired of hearing about real estate – like that's even possible - join Matt and Garrett today as they welcome McKennan Hansen from Farm Bureau Financial in Cedar City, Utah to the podcast. McKennan was recently recognized as the Commercial Insurance Agent of the Year for all of Utah, and also received the same recognition on the regional level, making her the Commercial Insurance Agent of the Year for all of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. While Ninja Selling and all of its tenets and facets are geared toward real estate agents and brokers, McKennan is actually being coached by one of the Ninja Coaches--Tona Restine--who connected her with Matt and Garrett. Tune in today and hear firsthand how the facets of Ninja Selling will work across the board, in any sales-related career, because they are based around creating and cultivating relationships. Get inspired by McKennan's success and watch your own business grow! Join the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook, and find a community of over 7500 Ninjas who share ideas, ask and answer questions, collaborate, and network. If you'd like to offer more direct feedback, leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA. Check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our amazing coaches. Episode Highlights: Ninja Selling tenets can be integrated into most any industry Ninja's systematic approach Interrupt with value Why tracking is so important Earn the business; don't expect it You can get away with anything when your intentions are correct Focus on the long game How ambition for your entire community to thrive can be key Quotes: “The relationships you need to build and maintain and foster and grow and cultivate are all the same throughout the different sales industries.” “I can at least help foster a better relationship with why you pay for insurance and the money is there when you need it.” “I need to leverage my time better, so I have more time with my family because that's really important to me… and so we figured out what my ‘mom schedule' looked like. And then we figured out my work schedule; not the other way around.” “Ninja puts a systematic approach to all the relationship cues that people are starving for.” “This was not a sales system to produce more business. This is a way of being more genuine and more true with your clients, which in turn gave you these results.” “That's what a lot of people think, right? ‘I can't call these people, they've got work, they've got all these things'… but you're interrupting with value. You're interrupting with things that are going to make an impact on people.” “Sometimes the results are so spread out from where you are actually having the engagement with somebody and building those relationships to where the result comes back in the form of a ‘Oh, that was caused by this'. The separation from it is so great, that all of a sudden you can ‘t make the correlation in your mind of what caused it to happen.” “That's why we recommend people go to installations more than once, because you're gonna hear something different. Go through it when your business is at a different point. Go through it when your personal life is at a different point. Different things will speak to you, what you need at that moment.” “What you're doing is to make sure they have the correct insurance and that they're protected in their world and in their life, just in case something catastrophic happens or just in case something weird happens. Like your heart and your intention is in the right place, which is what makes it work so well for you.” “You have to have that mindset of that long-term game, like ‘I'm building something here for the future'.” “Embrace supporting the people in your community. Embrace supporting the other businesses, and they will come back to you in a good way… if you help your community be successful, you're going to be able to sell a whole lot more homes… help your community succeed and you will succeed.” Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group McKennan's contact information: https://www.facebook.com/wiredwithmckennan/ https://mckennanhansen.fbfsagents.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/mckennanhansen
Since I am in Cedar City, Utah, I started off the program with a discussion of the decline of Mormonism, its reasons, and how we need to be praying to be used of God to bring light to the darkness. Then I had to dive into some of the amazing things being claimed, asserted, and just plain lied about regarding the rise of this new form of -Reformed Thomistic Scholasticism- in our day. Responded to Richard Barcellos' accusation that when we submit scholastic terminology and frameworks to biblical analysis and standards we are engaging in -self-poping popery.- Yes, that's a direct quote. Also went back to John 17-5 to see if ---- ----------- ------- still means -the glory which I had with you- or whether somehow it had become -the glory predestined to be given to my human nature.-
Since I am in Cedar City, Utah, I started off the program with a discussion of the decline of Mormonism, its reasons, and how we need to be praying to be used of God to bring light to the darkness. Then I had to dive into some of the amazing things being claimed, asserted, and just plain lied about regarding the rise of this new form of -Reformed Thomistic Scholasticism- in our day. Responded to Richard Barcellos' accusation that when we submit scholastic terminology and frameworks to biblical analysis and standards we are engaging in -self-poping popery.- Yes, that's a direct quote. Also went back to John 17-5 to see if ---- ----------- ------- still means -the glory which I had with you- or whether somehow it had become -the glory predestined to be given to my human nature.-
SUU APEXSUU 125 Celebration
Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox, is joined by Mindy Benson (Interim President of Southern Utah University) to talk about growing up in Cedar City, the ways her family's legacy is intertwined with SUU, and how planning high-profile events helped her prepare for her current position at SUU. We also dive into the various ways that SUU is addressing students' mental health, how digital personas and relationships are impacting real-life social engagement between students, and different ways that we can help prepare young women to become leaders. Then we talk about SUU's Founders Week events as the university celebrates its 125th anniversary, having Dr. Condoleezza Rice, the 66th United States Secretary of State, serving as the university's 2022 commencement speaker, and why it's so important to invest in our children to make a better tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Season 4 Episode 7: Gov. Cox's One Utah Summit is coming up on May 10, 2022, at The Grand America Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City. It will be Gov. Cox's first One Utah Summit in Northern Utah. The state's southern One Utah Summit was held last October at Southern Utah University. The new One Utah Summit series will alternate northern and southern locations every six months, providing opportunities to discuss the day's important topics and how government and the private sector work together to create an even better Utah, with economic opportunity and unparalleled quality of life for Utahns. The Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity is responsible for the governor's One Utah Summit series. We pick up where we left off with the previous episode in episode seven. You'll hear from President and CEO of World Trade Center Utah Miles Hansen, President and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, and Chief Communications and Government Relations Officer at the Larry H. Miller Company, Amanda Covington. Go Utah partners with World Trade Center Utah and the Salt Lake Chamber to organize and present the One Utah Summit. The Larry H. Miller Company is the One Utah Partner sponsor of the One Utah Summit in 2022 for the Salt Lake City and Cedar City summits. Join podcast host, Go Utah's Communications Director Pete Codella, and leaders from these partner organizations to learn more about what's planned for #1UTspring and why business and civic leaders should participate.
The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast
Welcome, welcome to The Best Five Minute Wine Podcast, I'm your host, Forrest Kelly, from the seed to the glass wine has a past. Our aim at The Best Five Minute Wine Podcast is to look for adventure at wineries around the globe. After all, grape minds think alike, let's start the adventure. Our featured winery is we continue our conversation with Doug McCombs of IG Winery now on our last episode, you touched on some festivals. Let's dive deeper into all of the festivals that you're offering this year. We are what we call popcorn and wine pairings, so we have a wine professional out of Salt Lake who comes down and does a really fun pairing of different flavored popcorns with different wines from around the state. They're all again. All the wines featured at the event are Utah-produced wines. Then we do a farm to fork dinner, which we go out to a local farm and they put a big long table out for about a hundred people served family-style, all kinds of fresh food right off the farm, and we pair it up with a lot of different Utah wines. We do something called Epicurean on the edge, which is only about 30 people. But you drive out to a remote mountain's edge, sort of looking into Zion National Park and they put out a huge spread there. And there's the local chef that does all this remote cooking, and he puts an amazing meal out for everybody and again, all paired with Utah wines. We have what we call the grand dinner on Center Street, and we put a table the length of the street. And again, we have some local chefs who put together some fabulous food. We do a picnic in the vineyard, there's a vineyard in St. George. We host about 50 people. They can walk out in the vineyard. We have some stations out there where we're pouring wine that was actually grown right there in the row. They're standing in and produced from the grapes they're looking at. And so it's kind of fun to say, you know, you're standing here in the Tempranillo, and if you look to your left or right, you'll see the grapes and this is what we produced back in 2018 or something like that, you know, that's a lot of fun. Now these events, what are the costs? Because I imagine they sell out pretty quickly. Speaker2: They do. They usually sell out in about a month. We start sales in July on July 1st and usually by the end of the year. Toward the end of July, it's pretty much sold out. Tickets run anywhere from forty-five dollars to 120.00, depending on the event. Not only do you host these large events, but you host events like what I've got around my house with my wife and I have gone to many of them and there are paintings all over our walls at home, paint night. Yeah, we do a lot of paint nights during the winter when things are a little quieter. It's a good way to get people to come out and have some fun and enjoy some wine. Looking back at all that you've created, what do you think was your biggest attribute of perseverance? Yeah, this is our ten-year anniversary this year for IG Winery. The first two or three years were very tough. We just pushed through it and kept reinvesting in the business. We were not just building a business, we were building an industry where it never existed in the past. And so it just keeps pushing, keep pushing, be creative and how we market, just be as open and inviting as we possibly can with others who are looking to get into the business and encouraging and mentoring. And I try to do everything I can to put my arm around those who are going to ultimately become our competitors in an effort to really try to build our industry. And I think that's what works for us. Was there a point when that perseverance you could feel paid off and thought, OK, we've got something here? It was about the five-year mark when we moved out of the little space behind the B and B and moved into our current facility. We went up to almost 6000 square feet, and so all of a sudden we had lots of room to work and we had a beautiful tasting room and we had the...
The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast
Welcome, welcome to The Best Five Minute Wine Podcast, I'm your host, Forrest Kelly, from the seed to the glass wine has a past. Our aim at The Best Five Minute Wine Podcast is to look for adventure at wineries around the globe. After all, grape minds think alike. Let's start the adventure. Our featured winery is in our last conversation, Doug. We ran out of time, so you couldn't explain Cocktail Lounge. What's that about it at IG Winery? The history on that was that we have a lot of locals who come in and do tastings, and they began coming in and saying, Look, you know, I've done plenty of tastings. Can I just have a glass of wine and sit and enjoy the tasting room and hang out with my friends? And of course, under Utah law, we can't just pour a glass of wine as a winery. However, if we acquired a bar license, we could pour you a glass of our wine and let you sit and enjoy it. So we did that. We went out and got the bar license. And but under Utah law, if you have a bar license, you have to also pour some cocktails under that license agreement. So we made up a few cocktails. And so from five p.m. to 10 p.m., you can come in if you don't want to do a tasting, you can come in and have a nice handcrafted cocktail or a glass of wine and enjoy the winery that way. Yes, looking at your menu, I see your handcrafted cocktails, your Maple Manhattan, The Arrogant Bastard, The Starter Wife, Caitie's Hard Iced Tea, Sweet Apple Spice, the IG-Tini, the wine tasting experience. Can you explain that? Well, we will do a tasting. We typically do five different wines as part of your tasting. If you're the type that likes to sit and have an explanation, we like to walk everyone through an explanation of each wine where it's from, how we made it, what the unique taste you know, components are of that particular wine and just, you know, take our time. So a tasting could take about an hour. On the other hand, if you're the kind of person that really just wants to have your wine and be left alone, it can go a lot quicker than that. So you moved into your new facility and you've got the cocktail lounge. And who's designing that you? I did. Yes, you did. All right. Yeah, yeah, it's been good. We used a lot of the old building materials that were there before we remodeled the building, so we gave it kind of a rustic-chic feel. It's a very inviting place and people enjoy the vibe a lot. I can tell just from our short conversation that you're very ambitious. You've started this winery with no previous winery experience and now you've moved into a brand new, beautiful facility. You've designed this cocktail lounge. I've got a feeling that you've got your fingers in something else as well. And then we just recently created the Utah Wine Trail, which will open in the spring of this year. And that'll be you've seen. I know these trails around, you know, different states where you, you follow the map and go to each one and get your card punched or something like that. And when you visited all the wineries, you get a little gift, and it's obviously designed to encourage everybody to get out, hit all the different wineries. And so we're starting that this year as well. So we're excited to see the growth and what the future has. Quite a little wine legacy here in Utah. Well, we're trying. That was our goal when we started out and think, thank heaven. We've seen some success with that, you know, to that point when we started. As I told you, we were the only ones in town as of today. Now there are six wineries in southern Utah that have grown up since we started this 10 years ago. So we've been kind of the trailblazer, if you will, for everybody else who's come along afterward, and that's by design. We wanted to see this area become a tourist. You know, wine begin to be able to promote wine tourism. So there have been several additional vineyards planted now. And like I said, six wineries are now open in the southern Utah area. We being IG Winery, in this case,
The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast
Welcome, welcome to The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast, I'm your host, Forrest Kelly. From the seed to the glass, wine has a past. Our aim at The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast is to look for adventure at wineries around the globe. After all, grape minds think alike. Let's start the adventure. Our featured winery is: We continue our interview with Doug McCombs, founder, and winemaker of IG Winery. Since you didn't come from a winemaking background, getting started had to be difficult. Yeah, when we started in Cedar City, there was like I said, there were no wineries in southern Utah at all. So we came in and actually had to work with the city to help them develop zoning ordinances that would allow for a winery. We actually wrote those for the city and submitted them and the city passed them and got them through and created the zoning and the ordinances that we needed to allow for us. Then we opened our doors. We were just in a little, The whole thing was twelve hundred square feet. That was the tasting room, the storage area, the winery, the production area, everything. And it was just a small little building with a couple of tanks and a few barrels, and we started buying both bulk wine and grapes to make our wines and just begins the long, slow process of building a clientele in a market that there was no wine culture if you will, but there was really no, no real understanding of what wineries were all about. And so we had to educate the community and just begin that process. Since you were kind of trailblazing the wine industry in Utah, were you met with some resistance as people have their own preconceived ideas about wine? But then there are some who will say, well, it's just another versi This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyhttps://www.patreon.com/thebestwinepodcast (Support The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/thebestwinepodcast) See https://omnystudio.com/listener (omnystudio.com/listener) for privacy information.
The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast
Our featured winery is in the state with the first 00:28 http://www.kfc.com/ (Kentucky Fried Chicken). It's the only state where every county contains some part of a national forest. It's the 2nd driest state in the United States. Almost 300 sunshine days a year, and its residents are the most charitable people in the country. They rank 1st in volunteer rates. 00:48 https://igwinery.com/about/ (Doug McCombs). Owner and Winemaker of IG Winery in Cedar City, Utah. Your Host: Forrest Kelly is an experienced Radio/TV broadcaster who has interviewed some of Hollywood's biggest celebrities from Shania Twain to Kevin Costner. A lover of wine who is fascinated by the science behind it. https://www.thebestwinepodcast.com/ (Visit our website) https://welpmagazine.com/20-best-travel-podcasts-of-2021/ (Voted one of the best travel podcasts of 2021) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyhttps://www.patreon.com/thebestwinepodcast (Support The Best 5 Minute Wine Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/thebestwinepodcast) See https://omnystudio.com/listener (omnystudio.com/listener) for privacy information.
We met Paul when he did LOTOJA in 2020. Paul raced the pro category and we had a little back and forth via text. Our real connection comes through Hyland's. Big team sponsor has brought us together on some projects and gratefully we get to spend 45 minutes with Paul talking about his life as an endurance athlete and coach. Paul has supported the cycling initiatives of Hyland's Powered, including coaching their cycling teams at the 2021 Belgian Waffle Ride Series. Hyland's is an official sponsor of the Belgian Waffle Ride Series and fielded teams for the 2021 BWRs around the country - including Cedar City. One of Thomas's primary roles was be to prepare the Hyland's teams for the 100+ grueling miles of racing on dirt, gravel, and road. A legendary endurance athlete, Thomas is certainly qualified for this leadership role, having competed at the national level for 40 years, first as a runner and now as a cyclist. He won his first U.S. championship at 11 years old with a 4:55 mile and followed that up with a national high school title in 1987. For the last ten years, Thomas has focused on cycling, winning 12 more professional and state championships. His most recent wins include the 2020 Arizona State Hill Climb Championships, El Tour de Tucson Tandem 2019, and the Arizona State 40K Time Trial Championship. https://www.outsidebusinessjournal.com/press-releases/bike-press-releases/hylands-doubles-down-on-cycling-adding-paul-thomas-to-the-hylands-powered-family/
Today on Talk Is Cheap - The Fight Against Mediocrity, Kevin interviews sales wizard, Chase Johnson! Chase was born in Ogden, Utah, and later moved to Cedar City where he eventually earned a degree at Southern Utah University. While attending SUU he met his wife who was recruited from Russia to play tennis. After six years working in sales at Gold's Gym, he started working for Vivint selling security and home automation door to door. Vivint eventually led him to San Antonio, Texas where he continued to be very successful selling. Around this time he started focusing more on real estate and his passive real estate income quickly replaced his earned income and Real estate turned into his passion. Real estate has provided Chase, his wife, and their two hound dogs more freedom than they've ever experienced. To follow Chase check out his Instagram @flipping_sanantonio. To pre-order Kevin's book please visit https://tinyurl.com/2d8ws73n.
Richard Bagley is a retired veterinarian from Cedar City, UT. In this episode, he talks a little bit about his background, the importance of staying up to date on your cattle vaccinations, and the role vitamins and minerals play in herd health. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cowboy-stories/support