Did you know that boys may be more susceptible to respiratory viruses than girls? Society tells us that boys are strong and tough, but the truth is that males are biologically fragile -- from before birth all the way through to death. Male fetuses are more likely to be miscarried than female fetuses, especially during stressful times. Men tend to have weaker immune systems than women, and males are more susceptible to all kinds of viral respiratory illnesses, including the common cold, influenza respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and COVID-19. Males who contract COVID-19 are more likely than females with the same illness to land in the hospital and develop complications. Handwashing, plenty of sleep, fresh diet and a healthy diet can all bolster boys' immune systems. Given the amount of "crud" out there this time of year, you may want to take some extra steps to protect your son's respiratory health -- and minimize the number of sick days your family has this year! Most respiratory viruses spread through the air. Infected people exhale the virus, which can linger in the air. Others in the area unknowingly inhale the virus -- and often become sick a few days later. Wearing a well-fitting mask in public places can dramatically decrease the chances of your son (and your family) contracting a respiratory illness. "Nobody wants to wear a mask," says Jim Rathburn, CEO of of LCP Medical and a dad & grandfather of boys. "But societally, I think we have reached a new normal where wearing a mask is important in some situations." Consider wearing masks: At the grocery store On public transportation In school settings At airports "Those are high risk areas where you don't know if other people are infected or there's something floating around in the atmosphere," Jim says. "There's at least 100 different viruses out there that want to join your cells. Some of them are relatively benign and some of them are a huge threat to life. "It doesn't take much just to wear a protective mask that can prevent you from getting something." This episode is sponsored by LCP Medical. In this episode, Jen, Janet & Jim discuss: Boys' vulnerability to respiratory viruses How respiratory viruses spread How masks decrease transmission of respiratory viruses Characteristics of effective masks Why we're all increasingly susceptible to the common cold Truth about parenting boys! Links we mentioned (or should have) in this episode: Don't Want Your Kids to Wear a Mask in School? Do This. -- Building Boys post Sick Day Survival -- classic Building Boys post Why Are Americans Still -- Still! - Wearing Cloth Masks? -- Atlantic article (mentioned at 11:27) Healthcare Providers Need Better than N95 -- Modern Healthcare article authored by Jim (mentioned at 15:05) Flu Has Disappeared for More Than a Year -- Scientific American article discussed at 23:15 Sponsor Spotlight: LCP Medical Comfortable face masks that capture, disable & discard infectious germs Use the ON BOYS discount code to SAVE 10% off your order
Check out this week's podcast episode with Gary Gall! Scranton Raised. South Dakota perspective. Regular hustler. In August of 2011, Gary packed his bags and moved to Aberdeen South Dakota. his dream was to become a college strength and conditioning coach. Gary worked with over 400 college athletes from September 2011 to July 2013 at Northern State University. There he helped establish a philosophy of being built from the ground up, movement over muscles, and pushing the body beyond what was thought to be possible. In August of 2013, Gary brought the philosophy mentioned above to SUNY New Paltz. SUNY New Paltz is a Division III University in upstate New York. Through focus, hard work, and total commitment, Gary developed the first strength and conditioning program in University history. Over time this vision becаme more about the culture. In February 2018 Gary brought his passion to California. His overarching vision is to continue the journey and to become an added hustler to the Heart and Hustle team. In this podcast we discuss: 00:00 - Intro 01:31 - Training athletes for performance and injury prevention 08:22 - Contact athletes and injury prevention. Chasing the unicorn? 09:55 - Maximizing movement efficiency 11:58 - The current state of P.E. and recess in grade school 16:05 - Chasing statistics. The reason for increased injuries in athletics? 19:44 - Back to the Basics | Maximizing foundational movements 24:21 - Segmenting your training programming 27:53 - Characteristics of a good coach/trainer 32:49 - One-on-one programming versus team programming 35:03 - Mental mobility More from Gary Gall: www.instagram.com/heartandhustlegym www.instagram.com/trainerrepublic www.instagram.com/garycgall https://www.heartandhustle.com/
Is cannabis the largest investment trend of this generation? Here to tell us why we're about to see a wave of capital move into the industry is Todd Harrison of CB1 Capital. Learn more at https://www.cb1cap.com Key Takeaways: [00:50] An inside look at CB1 Capital, a New York-based investment manager and advisor that specializes in the supply chain of cannabinoid-based wellness solutions, products, and therapies [1:13] Todd's background and how he came to start CB1 Capital [3:46] How cannabis investing has progressed over the last few years and where Todd sees it heading [6:30] What Todd is most excited about as an investor in the cannabis industry right now [7:51] Characteristics that make for a successful MSO or multi-state operator [10:02] Todd's thoughts on the federal legislation timeline [14:05] Why cannabis is the investment opportunity of this generation [15:53] How the US compares to Canada in terms of cannabis investing opportunities [17:41] Todd's advice to investors looking to get into cannabis [20:27] Who makes up CB1 Capital's advisory board, from Governor Gary Johnson to Lorne Gertner [22:03] Why Todd feels we're about to enter the next stage of cannabis growth and signs to look out for
“The life of the Disciples before meeting Jesus Christ and after”. The reflections on the Gospel of St Matthew 13:1-9 is shared by Anne, Mirna (Co-Host) and Father Shenouda. In today's Gospel Jesus spoke to the multitude on the Parable of the Sower. The segment on “Woman of Faith” is produced by Alaa and she reflects on St Catherine of Siena who lived in the 14th Century. George Eskander addresses “The first steps in being a disciple?”. Rachael Tadros looks at “The Characteristics of being a disciple”. Shanelle Tadros shares with the listeners “My favourite disciple” – who is your favourite disciple? Fr Moses Ayad reflects on “Saint Mark the Apostle – a Disciple of Christ”. In the segment by Jeremiah Akladious, he addresses “Building my trust in Christ through Discipleship” – and this is our own daily challenge in how we build that trust with Christ. Next, follows several short segments from variety of different people. First with Karin, “Discipling your children”. David Tawadros with “Following your teachers' advice”. Mirna (Co-host) reflects on “St Paul – before and after”. Mary Tawadros reflects on “St Peter – before and after”. Taleen on “How can I be a disciple to my parents”. Merna MO shares with us a “Poem on Discipleship” and a segment on “What is exactly Discipleship?” Helena tells us “The names of the 12 Disciples”. Christiana on “Learning to follow your mother's instructions”, and Merna Tawadros on her reflection of “the Fifth Commandment”. Craig James provides an understanding to the philosophical approach of Discipleship.3Jeremiah Akladious continues his segment on, “A Bird's peck in the book of proverbs” on Chapter 12, from verses 1 to 6. Continuing reading a portion of the Gospel of St Mark Chapter 1, verses 39 to 45, and the writings of His Holiness Pope Shenouda III titled “The Spiritual Man” is taken from last section of Chapter One on the “I can also say that we are the image of God in Trinitarianism and Monotheism” – both segments are narrated by Fr Shenouda Mansour. To conclude, Fr Shenouda Mansour looks at some perspective on “the repentant heart of the disciple?” Finally, the Desert Fathers is presented by Rebecca Akladious on “Beginning to prayer” by Anthony Bloom. The program was produced by Merna Tawadros and Fr Shenouda Mansour.
In this episode Matt and Dr. Ben break down the different generations and certain characteristics that you need to know about them. But then we discuss why you shouldn't be recruiting/ marketing to a specific generation in the first place. You need to market to the CHARACTERISTICS that you are looking for in your agents. Learn more:www.BrokerpreneurPodcast.comLearn more about our sponsor:www.ProspectBoomerang.comSign Up for Our Next Event For FREE:Brokerpreneurpodcast.com/recruiting-master-series/
A message preached by Bishop Richard Aryee at the Ready@20 Service - First Love Church, London. First Love Church - London on Social Media Like us on Facebook: http://bit.do/fnAaG Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.do/fnAaA Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.do/fnAbV Visit our website: https://bit.ly/3ak9HoOa
Technical difficulties and Fr. Cassidy's confusion / Goals in our personal and spiritual lives / The role of community support / Peer friendship vs. mentorship / Characteristics of a good goal / Holy envy / Knowing your own style of motivation
In this listener special episode of #TheHabitCoach Podcast, Host Ashdin answers an interesting question from Manisha Jena - She asks, 'Many times, I get this huge wave of self-doubt that I start questioning myself about what is my worth? I feel like I am just an average human being, there is no such unique quality within me that would make me special or different from others. I feel that whatever characteristics I possess, everybody else possesses that. So what am I really good for? Hence, I don't understand how to move forward in life and I just feel so clueless about everything.'Ashdin answers by explaining the feeling of stagnation and shares a fresh perspective about a 'blank canvas'. Further, he talks about how to prioritize our goals for the long run and shares a habit to deal with cluelessness. Do listen to this awesome episode and know more about self-worth. You can listen to The Habit Coach Kannada Podcast here: ( https://ivm.today/3j0Libf )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 website: ( http://awesome180.com/ ) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
Proverbs 27:23, 28:1–3,5, Ezekiel 30:26, Hebrews 13:1–5,7–8,15–16,20–21. The Christian community, the church, is the community of our Lord Jesus, the ‘great Shepherd of the sheep' (Hebrews 13:20) Every local church is called to be a community of the great Shepherd
PREACHER: Brian Payne | Pastor Philippians 2:1-4 1 | A Motivation for Unity in the Church (2:1) 2 | A Mandate for Unity in the Church (2:2-4) 3 | Paul Miller on the Characteristics of Humility: 1. Humility is physical 2. You can see humility 3. It can feel like you are disappearing 4. Many sins such as anger/jealousy/quarreling are rooted in our unwillingness to take the low place. 5. Once you get over the shock, the low place is a place of deep soul rest. 6. You discover people in the low place. 7. The great joy of the low place is that it is where God dwells (Is 57:15b)
Biblical Characteristics Of A Biblical Church, Part 4 Selected Scriptures Pastor Sam Cirrincione NOTES: 1. People Who Care About Christ's Body i. The Saved Church ii. The Local Assembly a. Biblical Church b. Being Connected 2. People Who Find Their Expectations of Christ's Body in God's Word 3. Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church 1. The Supremacy of God 2. The Authority of Scripture 3. The Necessity of Holiness 4. The Plurality of Qualified Eldership/The Accountability of Qualified Membership 5. The Responsibility of Gospel Proclamation 6. The Necessity of Love 4. Being Connected to a Biblical Church
Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church, Part 3 Selected Scriptures Pastor Sam Cirrincione NOTES: 1. People Who Care About Christ's Body i. The Saved Church ii. The Local Assembly a. Biblical Church b. Being Connected 2. People Who Find Their Expectations of Christ's Body in God's Word 3. Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church 1. The Supremacy of God 2. The Authority of Scripture 3. The Necessity of Holiness 4. The Plurality of Qualified Eldership/The Accountability of Qualified Membership
Bill Cates is a referral marketing expert who has spent his career in the financial services space. He has founded and sold 2 publishing companies, has written 4 best-selling books, and is an in-demand speaker. His client acquisition system has been featured in a long list of reputable publications, including Success magazine, Entrepreneur magazine, Money magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. In this week's episode, we talk about his most recent book, Radical Relevance: Sharpen Your Marketing Message, Cut Through the Noise, Win More Ideal Clients, and what's really cool is how he talks about science proving the marketing advice Josh and I are constantly promoting. Don't forget to check out the show notes for more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources Ep. 202: 5 Characteristics of a Good Referral Source with Dan Allison Building a Storybrand: Seven Proven Elements of Powerful Stories by Donald Miller Ep. 298: Email Marketing: Testing What Works Ep. 275: How Marc Minor Built a $500M Book Using Referrals Visit radicalrelevance.com to get a copy of Bill's book. Visit referralcoach.com to learn more about Bill's relationship marketing and client acquisition system. 0:00 Introduction 1:22 Guest bio 2:23 The origins of Radical Relevance 4:18 Defining Radical Relevance 5:43 Strategic and tactical relevance 6:55 Rule 1: The shortest route to relevance is an introduction 7:35 Rule 2: Give your clients a seat at the table 10:37 Rule 3: Feel empathy for your clients 11:44 Neuroscience can help you win more clients 19:06 The more powerful persuader—pain and reward 24:06 Client who grew 900% in 7 years 28:14 The 3 types of client events 30:45 Bill's routines for success 33:58 Action Item
When injured, quantifying your pain levels is essential. It can help you: Interpret load tolerance Interpret treatment effects Measure long term trends In today's episode, Brodie talks about his own interpretation of the pain scale and the characteristics of each severity level. Brodie works up from 0 to 10 so you can gain insight into each pain level and help you accurately measure your own injuries. Become a patron! Receive Run Smarter Emails Book a FREE Injury chat with Brodie Run Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group Run Smarter Course with code 'PODCAST' for 3-day free trial.
Rock Robinson is an accomplished Sales Executive with 40 years of achievement growing revenue with the likes of McGraw-Hill, Sallie Mae, Stericycle & the Univ. of Phoenix. We discuss: The right time to apply for credit [03:24] The five questions you need to ask during networking [05:47] How to store and save good intelligence [12:22] Why even busy solopreneurs should not stop networking [14:52] Hamster wheel and burn out as qualifying skills [16:16] The need for people who want to coach [18:44] Characteristics of a company that wants to coach [20:24] Why a coach's job is never to stay too long [21:58] In 2015, after being severed for the 3rd time & experiencing a personal tragedy, he took a leap of faith & formed Rock SOLID Sales Consulting. For the last 7 years, he has provided services as a Fractional Sales Leader & Coach to Sales Leaders. Born & Raised in the Detroit suburbs, Cincinnati has been his home for the last 30 years. Learn more about Rock on https://www.linkedin.com/in/rockrobinson9 (LinkedIn).
Veterans Day 2021.Are you emotional today? I am. If not for a U.S. Army colonel who adopted me as his own, I never would have been in this country. In reading the citation he earned for his silver star during World War II, I share traits that you and I can develop as we "lead" others, personally and professionally. Here are the points:Don't seek recognitionRisk over resistanceServe in secretLifting without "lording"Lead without legalismUndaunted courageHow do we take those life battles and reframe them? Listen now!
Basilicata is a tiny region that represents the arch of the Italy's boot -the small area that borders Calabria in the west, Puglia in the east, Campania in the north and the Gulf of Taranto in the south. In this, Italy's 3rd least populous region, wine has been made for thousands of years but today, what remains is just 2,006 ha/5,000 acres of vineyards, which is 0.15% of Italy's total wine production. Of the 2% that is DOC wine, there is a shining star – a wine that can rival the best of the best in all of Italy – Aglianico del Vulture (ahl-LYAh-nee-koh del VOOL-too-ray). In this show we discuss the background of this southern Italian region and discuss the jewel in its crown. Here are the show notes… We first discuss the location and land of Basilicata In the southern Apennines, Basilicata is the most mountainous region in the south of Italy. 47% is covered by mountains, 45% is hilly, and only 8% is plains. The west is the hillier area, the east runs into flatter land into Puglia. There is a small stretch of coastline between Campania and Calabria and a longer one along the Gulf of Taranto, between Puglia and Calabria. Photo: Getty Images We do a good look at the history of Basilicata, but the highlights are: People (or really ancestors of modern people) have inhabited the area since Paleolithic times. Matera is considered one of the oldest continuous civilizations in the world. Its Sassi district, which has now become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has caves on a rocky hillside that were inhabited by people as far back as the Paleolithic times. Greeks settled in Basilicata from at least the 8th c BCE and likely brought Aglianico with them. Basilicata has been conquered by nearly everyone who paraded through southern Italy over the centuries. In the 1970s and 80s there was a renaissance in wine in Basilicata but it didn't last. Today, there is renewed hope and investments, as a new generation of winemakers takes over their family domaines, establishes new properties and combines traditional and modern winemaking to make excellent wines. We mention several DOCs of Basilicata: Photo of Matera: Getty Images Matera DOC was granted in 2005 It is 50 ha / 124 acres, and produces about 11,200 cases per year REDS: Matera Primitivo (90%+ Primitivo/Zinfandel grape), Matera Rosso (at least 60% Sangiovese and 30% Primitivo), and Matera Moro, (a minimum of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Primitivo and 10% Merlot). There are basic and Riserva levels Whites: Matera Greco (85%+ Greco), Matera Bianco (minimum of 85% Malvasia Bianca di Basilicata) There is also spumante (sparkling) made in the Champagne method Grottino di Roccanova DOC was granted in 2009 8 ha / 20 acres, and producers about 3,000 cases per year White/Bianco (Minimum of 80% Malvasia Bianca di Basilicata) Red/Rosso: Sangiovese with Cabernet Sauvignino, Malvasia Nera di Basilicata, Montepulciano Terre dell'Alta Val d'Agri DOC was granted in 2003. At 11 ha / 27 acres, the area makes a mere 3,840 cases a year. Vineyards can be no higher than 800 m/ 2,625 ft Red/Rosato: Rosso (Minimum 50% Merlot; minimum 30% Cabernet Sauvignon; maximum 20% other red grapes). Riserva and regular versions Photo: Getty Images, Val d'Agri We spend the rest of the show discussing Aglianico del Vulture DOC/DOCG, which is 25% of Basilicata's total production Vulture's land… Vulture is an extinct volcano that was last active about 130,000 years ago. It is 56 km/35 miles north of Potenza at an altitude of 1,326m/4,350 ft, close to borders with Puglia and Campania. Woods surround the area and the top of the slope has more volcanic soils and lower lying vineyards have more mixed, colluvial, and clay soils. The elevations are specified by the DOC – too low or too high and you won't get great flavor development or quality wine, so the range is 200-700 m/660 -2300 ft. The variety of soils, elevations and exposures mean that there are different styles of Aglianico del Vulture. Photo: Getty Images Vulture's climate… Vulture is continental in climate and it has lower average daily temperatures than Sicily or Tuscany. There are cool breezes that sweep in from the Adriatic, cooling the area and preventing humidity. Elevation also keeps things cooler, especially at night, which means the grapes experience a long growing season, building flavor in the hot sun during the day, and cooling at night to hoard acidity. The rain shadow of Mount Vulture also keeps the weather cool and dry. That said, in some years the drought is fierce, grapes can get sunburned, the tannins can be tough, and the wine can be overly alcoholic. Characteristics of Aglianico del Vulture Aglianico is a thick-skinned grape that needs mineral-rich soils with clay and limestone (like what is on Vulture). It can be overcropped, so careful tending to the grapes leads to better results (this is kind of a dumb thing to say, since that's the case with all grapes, but I'm putting it out there anyway!). Flavors range in Aglianico del Vulture. Younger wines are high in tannins and acidity, with black cherry, chocolate, flowers, minerals, dark-fruit, and shrubby, forest notes. With a few years (5 or more), you may get nuances of Earl gray tea, black tea, licorice, earth, tar, spice, and violets. The tannins calm with age, but the acidity remains – with age (7-10 years) these wines are pretty impressive. We discuss the fact that there are some lighter styles and some savory, complex ones, but most are minerally with tannin in some form. Photo of Aglianico: Getty Images Aglianico del Vulture was made a DOC in 1971 It is 520/1,284 acres, and it's average production is 235,000 cases The wine is red or spumante – all is 100% Aglianico (the sparkling must be made in the Champagne method). Reds are required to be aged for 9-10 months in a vessel of the producer's choice before release (oak isn't required). Spumante must rest for 9 months on the lees. Photo: Monte Vulture, Getty Images Aglianico del Vulture Superiore DOCG/ Riserva Superiore DOCG was created in 2010. It is within the Aglianico del Vulture DOC but is only 89 ha/220 acres Production is much smaller, at 6,670 cases. The wine is 100% Aglianico. Superiore is required to spend 12 months in oak, 12 months in a bottle, cannot be sold until at least three years after harvest. Superiore Riserva spends 24 months in oak, 12 in bottle, and cannot be released until at least 5 years after harvest. Both categories must reach a minimum of 13.5% ABV (basically a guarantee that the grapes are ripe!) In the show we discuss the food of Basilicata and mention a few specialties: M.C. Ice was surprised that in this area, bread crumbs were a cheese substitute, sprinkled over pasta, meat, and vegetables. Horseradish is common here, along with Italian hot peppers, beans, pork sausage, and the famed bread of Matera, which is a Protected Georgraphical Indication and uses wheat grown locally and a yeast infused with fruit. Producers are vital to getting a quality wine. This is my list… D'Angelo (Split into D'Angelo and Donato D'Angelo recently, and each is good) Paternoster (recently sold to Veneto's Tommasi family) Cantine del Notaio Elena Fucci Terre degli Svevi /Re Manfredi Grifalco Eubea and Basilisco (both small-production bottlings) Bisceglia (we were drinking the 2018 Terre di Vulcano, which was about $18) DOC wines are around US$20/GBP£15, DOCG wines are more like US$45/GBP£43. __________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes _____________________________ Some interesting sources I used for this show: Italian Wine Central (Great for data on DOCs/DOCGs) "The Wines of Basilicata Paradise Lost and Found" 4/17, Vinous, by Ian d'Agata NY Times Article on Aglianico
Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church, Part 2 Selected Scriptures Pastor Sam Cirrincione NOTES: 1. People Who Care About Christ's Body i. The Saved Church ii. The Local Assembly a. Biblical Church b. Being Connected 2. People Who Find Their Expectations of Christ's Body in God's Word 3. Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church 1. The Supremacy of God 2. The Authority of Scripture 3. The Necessity of Holiness
Roast! West Coast welcomes coffee expert Chris O'Brien, founder & head roaster of Coffee Cycle Roasting to the show to discuss the why we associate flavors with regions, and what we should be doing to determine our likes and dislikes. Support this show by leaving a tip at: https://anchor.fm/owl-podcasts/support Head to www.roastwestcoast.com for show recaps, coffee education, guest list and coffee news. Follow us on Instagram: @RoastWestCoast or Facebook: @RoastWestCoast ROAST! West Coast is a new podcast bringing together a community of coffee lovers in Southern California. Host Ryan Woldt interviews local roastery founders, roasters, coffee shop experts, farmers, green coffee brokers and more about their coffee origin stories, how they've dealt with the impacts of Covid-19, why they love coffee and much more. If you love coffee, entrepreneurship, shopping local and learn how things get made and why things are done a certain way you will love ROAST! West Coast presented by One Wild Life Co. In season two we dive deep into the hyper-local coffee region of Southern California with the help of Industry Legacy Partners like Steady State Roasting, Zumbar Coffee & Tea, Leap Coffee, Marea Coffee, Mostra Coffee, Cafe LaTerre, First Light Whiskey, Camp Coffee, Frinj Coffee and Cape Horn Coffee. Plus, Coffee Sensei Chris O'Brien of Coffee Cycle is back as our resident coffee expert helping us all learn a little more about coffee together, and Siri Simran Khalsa, Executive Director of Lofty Coffee, joins the show as a recurring guest to answer our roasting specific questions. https://roastwestcoast.substack.com/welcome https://www.onewildlifeco.com/ https://www.cafelaterre.com/ mostracoffee.com https://coffee-cycle.com/ https://mareacoffee.com/ https://loftycoffee.com/ http://firstlightwhiskey.com/ zumbarcoffee.com https://capehorncoffee.com/ https://www.steadystateroasting.com/ https://campcoffeecompany.com/ https://frinjcoffee.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/roastwestcoast/support
Get your daily dose of brain food with this week's guest, Dr. Lana Bach-Morrow, an award-winning functional medicine neuroscientist and Founder, CEO, and creator of THINK system. THINK's neurotechnology gets you out of your old mind games. It's a device that converts your neuro score into ingame visual feedback to create new neural pathways in quantum time. If that went over your head, don't worry, Dr. Lana unpacks the science behind this groundbreaking technology with much more depth and detail in the episode. Not only does the technology sharpen focus, boost relaxation and get you into a flow state, there have also been some incredible cognitive benefits for those suffering from PTSD and Parkinson's. Beyond the serotonin surge, Dr. Lana's noble ambition with THINK is to heal collective emotional scarring. After just a couple of sessions, myself, I don't think it's going to take long for her to get there. To explore this technology further, head to: thinkinterfaces.com and mention “LUKE10” for a 10% discount. 09:20 — Think With Your Heart, Feel With Your Brain The magic of ascension Healing PTSD in quantum time Defining 5-D and thinking beyond the level of the skin The mathematics of music 34:08 — All Things Neurochemistry Characteristics of Dopamine and Serotonin Why the heart has memory and the story that proves it The science of the broken heart and emotional hurt 01:02:08 — Unpacking the THINK Interface My experience with THINK PTSD and the complexity of the human mind Managing triggers How THINK differs from neurofeedback Dr. Lana's work with Parkinson's Plans to scale the technology and reach the world More about this episode. Watch on YouTube Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: MAGNESIUM BREAKTHROUGH. According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death. When most people think of stress, they think of their job, traffic, tense relationships, current events, things like that. But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient — magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. During the entire month of November they're giving away $200 in free gifts and you'll save 25% of their best-in-class products, including Magnesium Breakthrough if you order before midnight, November 30th. Go to magnesiumbreakthrough.com/lifestyle to get your exclusive discount and gifts. AND... Leela Quantum Tech - Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line. AND… Super Speciosa - Feel good, without feeling impaired with pure Kratom leaf that's been rigorously third-party-lab tested. Go to getsuperleaf.com/luke and use the code “LUKE” for 20% off. HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store! It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW. Other ways to support: SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals Resources Website: thinkinterfaces.com. Mention “LUKE10” for a 10% discount. Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram
Don Yaeger is a nationally acclaimed inspirational speaker, longtime Associate Editor of Sports Illustrated, host of Corporate Competitor Podcast, and author of over 30 books, eleven of which have become New York Times Best-sellers. Don has written books with, among others, Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton, UCLA basketball Coach John Wooden, and football stars Warrick Dunn and Michael Oher (featured in the movie The Blind Side). Tyler and Don discussed the most inspiring habits, traits and lessons Don learned from working with some of the greatest athletes and coaches that ever lived. They also talked about the impact of storytelling and how you can be great at it. Highlights include: The single most frequently mentioned habit Don learned from the greatest athletes and coaches Applying character trait integration Lessons Don learned from legendary UCLA Coach John Wooden, and Coach Wooden's inner-circle challenge Servant leadership wisdom from “His Airness” Michael Jordan Storytelling advice Don would give his younger self The most important elements of great storytelling The lessons shared in this episode can be directly applied to your real estate investing business, leadership style, inner circle and more! Connect with Don: Website: http://donyaeger.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donyaeger/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/donyaeger/ Twitter: twitter.com/donyaeger Instagram: instagram.com/donyaeger Free ebook when you subscribe to Don's podcast- http://podcast-subscribe.donyaeger.com/ The following books were mentioned in the show: A Gameplan for Life by Don Yaeger and John Wooden Never Die Easy: The Autobiography of Walter Payton by Don Yaeger Great Leaders Ask Great Questions by John Maxwell For a complete list of Don's books, click here Great Teams: 16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently by Don Yaeger Greatness: The 16 Characteristics of True Champions by Don Yaeger Best Seat in the House: 18 Golden Lessons from a Father to His Son by Jack Nicklaus II and Don Yaeger Looking to further elevate your performance? Download our free guide, Raising the Bar - 5 Steps to Elevate Your Habits, by joining Elevate's Insider Network! You will also be informed of real estate investing news, tips from Tyler, books Tyler's reading and more. Join today: https://elevatepod.com/insider This episode of Elevate is brought to you by CF Capital LLC, a national real estate investment firm that focuses on acquiring and operating multifamily assets that provide stable cash flow, capital appreciation, and a margin of safety. CF Capital leverages its expertise in acquisitions and management to provide investors with superior risk-adjusted returns while placing a premium on preserving capital. Learn more at cfcapllc.com Follow and subscribe! Website: elevatepod.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChaRieuZc2IEsF8NY5X5vDQ Twitter: twitter.com/elevatepod1 IG: instagram.com/elevatepod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/elevatepodcastcommunity LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/elevatepodcast
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Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church, Part 1 Steadfast Community Church "Sendoff" Pastor Sam Cirrincione NOTES: 1. People Who Care About Christ's Body i. The Saved Church ii. The Local Assembly a. Biblical Church b. Being Connected 2. People Who Find Their Expectations of Christ's Body in God's Word 3. Biblical Characteristics of a Biblical Church 1. The Supremacy of God
James Webb, author of Redneck Resilience: A Countryboy's Journey to Prosperity, talks about the steps he took to build a massive sales company. James began his career as a radiologic technologist and became a Director of Radiology for the next 13 years until he started his own medical imaging services company. It was just the first of the many companies he built along with some ancillary businesses. After more than 40 years in the medical field, he became one of the largest OrangeTheory franchises in the country and eventually sold all 33 gyms right before the pandemic. Today, James is now involved in 18 BeBalanced Centers. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: His entrepreneurial journey from Corporate America to creating his company in Trinidad and Tobago How James ended up creating multiple imaging centers in the U.S. and some ancillary businesses The one word that defined his life Lessons learned throughout failure How he got into a gym business franchise where he ended up selling 33 gyms as an exit strategy and now running a retail weight loss program Characteristics of a team that makes your company successful Lessons learned from writing a book Episode Highlights: Relationships James attributes his massive success to the relationships he has built over the course of his career. For him, it was what defined his life. He was open to relationships and friendships, but he also knew where to draw the line. Lessons Learned Through Failures Everybody knows the adage about failure that you don't learn from your successes, but you learn from your failures. Yet a true entrepreneur understands that if you haven't failed at least three times, you're not trying hard enough. Because as you fail again and again, resilience kicks in. As you get back up, you find a different path, and go down that path. You get back up again, find another path, and learn why you failed. And then pick another path until you eventually get it right. Characteristics of a Team That Makes Your Company Successful To truly make your people a part of your company means you have to provide them structured equity. So it's not just a career for them but they get to become entrepreneurs with you. It's also important to develop a sense of camaraderie within your team while not letting down expectations and that's the key to management. You have to set expectations and hold people accountable. Resources Mentioned: Redneck Resilience --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support
Today's guest is Denise Rodgers, and she's a spiritual teacher, healer, and former "Dream Lady" who's appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows internationally. Denise found herself in her early 20's pregnant and in love. Her life took on new meaning and direction after spiraling out of control and overcoming a traumatic, near-death experience, where she was shot twice, badly beaten, and left to die as her 5-year-old hid in the next room. Denise is the epitome of a survivor and in expert in breaking the cycle with a bad boy. In this episode, Denise will share how to quit bad boys for once and for all. Life with a bad boy is toxic, harmful, exhausting, and can be so destructive that could lead to dangerous situations that could cost you your life. Bad boys use drama, conflict, and confidence while telling us what we want to hear to keep us in the game. When we come back, Denise will share reason why bad boy relationships are highly toxic. How not to get hooked and break the spell to pull in a healthy relationship because love doesn't equal drama and pain.Following her near-death experience, Denise Rodgers embarked upon a healing journey by studying the mind and dreams. For the past 30 years, she has been developing and teaching her Mind, Body, & Spirit Self-Empowerment Programs. The results from her program have been published in numerous journals. Denise contributed a chapter on mind & body interventions in the leading medical textbook globally, and she's one of the few non-physician or non-Ph. D. to be featured in this prestigious book. Her program was also a special topics SPECIAL course at the University of Texas school of Medicine. After her deceased husband came to her in a dream, Denise began to study dreams and consciousness. She also appeared on the radio and television for 10 years as an expert on the altered state of Consciousness. Denise has been a Hospice Chaplain and Death Doula for eleven years and finds great satisfaction in helping people cross over to the other side. She strives to change the dialogue about death and dying, and she's interested in facilitating communication from loved ones through the form of Dream Visitations. Kerry Brett and Denise Rodgers cover a lot of ground topics include:Characteristics that draw you into a relationship with a bad boy.Why women often make the mistake that they can change a man.Bad boys don't pretend to be someone they're not and have a high opinion of themselves.Why bad boys use confidence and charm to hook you, meanwhile your confidence starts to diminish.Bad boys are highly unpredictable, they love creating drama and a series of highs and lows.How to change the cycle of falling for bad boys and kicking patterns of toxicity.Even if you feel your situation is impossible to change it is possible.Always chose hope, once you chose hope anything is possible.To find out more about Denise Rodgers follow on Instagram @mindbodyspirit0921or her website mindbodypotential.org.
Kingdom WorshippersCovenantsDavidic Covenant IIThe Personal Characteristics - Bestowed 2 Samuel 7:8-1716 And thine house and thy kingdom shall be established for ever before thee: thy throne shall be established for ever.17 According to all these words, and according to all this vision, so did Nathan speak unto David.Blessings abound!Sunday, October 26, 2021
In Episode #42 of the CMQ Investing podcast, I share my new tool: The Bad Business Checklist. I created this checklist based on what Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett have said about businesses dating back to 1994. It has helped me as an investor, and I hope it helps you, too. If you learn something valuable, please subscribe and share. Thank you!
Leaders Greatest Characteristic Your top three characteristics you bring to your team! GREAT NEWS!!! The John Maxwell Team through LeaderPass has authorized another full-run showing of the Live2Lead event, and you can purchase tickets by clicking on the following link. This pass is to watch the virtual replay of the entire event, AND you get instant access to previous speakers and lessons AND 3 days to on-demand after the event to watch the replays. CLICK HERE: https://leaderpass.com/pass/live2lead/host/?ref=RWZCLU5Y You can also still book your own “private event” where I can show your entire team at once either online OR in-person at your organization. The private event offers lots of time for teambuilding exercises and discussions. Email me at Paul@CLCTeam.com for more info. To get our FREE Guide and video that tells you the NUMBER ONE Hiring Question you should be asking in order to Hire the Right Person for the job Without Fear of getting a bad hire, click the following link: https://www.currentleadershipcoaching.com/hiringquestion Our Current Online Community for Leaders is currently open! The monthly price is $47 a month; this includes one weekly zoom call, full access to our leadership library of video courses, and a private community to connect with other leaders! To find out more and/or to join, please visit https://www.currentleadershipcoaching.com/offers/PrEXKKFu For more information on the Current Mastermind Group, click on the following link: https://www.currentleadershipcoaching.com/currentmm To get your FREE One-Page Goals Worksheet, visit https://www.currentleadershipcoaching.com/goals Contact Paul Grau Jr. at firstname.lastname@example.org , or Jennifer Grau at JenG@CLCTeam.com Please “Like” the CLC Team Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RunToYourChallenges Join our brand new Facebook Group (Current Leadership Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/currentleadership For fitness goals encouragement join the Facebook Group “Run To Your 500-Mile Challenge” at https://www.facebook.com/groups/848658552257806 Thanks for Listening and Have a Blessed Day!
John 10:10 is the mission statement of both heaven & hell--this verse also holds the weight of trauma & wounds and freedom of wholeness & wellness. The first part mentions the enemy is here to steal, kill and destroy, but the promise that Jesus came so we could have life and have it to fullness, overflow and abundance is what we need to stand upon! In today's episode, I unpack additional characteristics of an orphan spirit and suggest a 5-part-practice to heal the wounds and walk in freedom! P.S. I mention the 10-day detox we're starting on 11/15 at the beginning of today's episode. If you're interested in learning more, DM for details. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frannie-foltz/support
Is your narcissist the last one to congratulate you on your accomplishments? Does it seem like you can never be truly happy around your narcissist? Does it seem like no matter how hard you try, every important date ends in smoke?It's all on purpose! I was frustrated for years trying to figure out why it seemed like the narcissists in my life were never on the same page with me. If I was up, they were down. If I was down, they were up. It wasn't until I learned more about narcissists that I really started to understand why I experienced these patterns of destructive behavior in relationships with these individuals. I want to save you some pain by shining the light into your situation, today. Today, we're going to talk about 5 often hidden narcissistic tendencies. Let's go!!Women of Worth Courses- bit.ly/womenofworthcoursebit.ly/traumacoach - Coachingronicacormier.com- Learn Morebit.ly/mtsisterhood- FB Mama Trauma Sisterhood Grouphttps://www.instagram.com/ronicacormier97/-Connect On Instagram info@ ronicacormier.com- CONNECT/COACHING/COLLABS
Maarit Leppäaho, Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Communications at Cimcorp Group, shares with Sarah the guiding forces and lessons learned from the company's recent initiative to reshape strategy and create better strategic alignment.
Not everyone had Cliff and Clare Huxstable as parents, and even if you did, you may have needs that went unmet. Whether you had a dad at home or not, you still may have traits of an orphan spirit. All too often daddies don't know how to emotionally connect with their kiddos, so you may compensated for the lack of emotional connection you craved (and were designed for by Our Heavenly Father); these characteristics can manifest in our lives and create walls and other dysfunctionally and emotionally unhealthy habits. In today's episode, I unpack 3 common characteristics found in those possessing an orphan spirit. Tune in today then tell me more--can you relate? I'd love to hear from you. email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frannie-foltz/support
S2 Ep. 23 #OneMicNiteArtistSession: Marcos Luis interviews Visual Artist and Teacher Nardo Franklin in Studio **Join the interview with visual Artist Nardo Franklin and Host Marcos Luis in His artist studio on location Artist Nardo: IG: Soful_Arts www.sofulartsgallery.com "I created the name So-Ful Arts because I believe that the path that I have chosen to take within my Art career has given my audience the full experience of what creativity means, in the world of expressionism; in which my work is influenced by. My work Depicts non-objective realities as a form of art, expressing emotions through the work of the artist's chosen subject matter or situations. I take heed in this form of work and use it to help others through forms of teaching, private art lesson, paint parties and most important Art therapy. My works show the use of expressionism and how Artist have used African Art to display Characteristics to express their desired emotion. Artist such as Kandinsky and Picasso inspired me to use expressed emotions in subject matter, cultural, and life events. Though these artists I have created my own style of work in which shows how feelings, emotions and life situations can be expressed in the form of painted imagery known as So-Ful Arts." ~Nardo **Follow Host: IG/Fb/Twitter @MarcosLuis Also: www.MarcosLuis.com **Follow/Contact Show: All Social Media @OneMicNite Also www.OneMicNite.com ** Music provided by www.youtube.com/ProfessorSoraMusic Daniel Howse "OneMicNite Podcast Theme Song-Halftime", This is OneMicNiteArtistSession interviews in the studios o artists... let us know what you think, if you would like to see more of this creative process.. also support us : on our page www.Anchor.fm/onemicnite --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onemicnite/support
Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! In today's episode, we talk about how corporations are formed, what happens when formation isn't completed, and the details of pre-formation contract liability. In this episode, we discuss: How is a corporation properly formed? Characteristics of de facto, de jure, and corporations by estoppel Analyzing two hypos, from the February 2013 and February 2005 California bar exams The Revised Model Business Corporation Act Promoter liability in pre-incorporation contracts Resources: “Listen and Learn” series (https://barexamtoolbox.com/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-archive-by-topic/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-explaining-individual-mee-and-california-bar-essay-questions/#listen-learn) Private Bar Exam Tutoring (https://barexamtoolbox.com/private-bar-exam-tutoring/) The Brainy Bar Bank: Streamlining Bar Study (https://barexamtoolbox.com/brainy-bar-bank/) California Bar Examination – Essay Questions and Selected Answers, February 2013 (https://www.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/0/documents/admissions/gbx/February-2013-CBX%20Selected%20Answers%20Essays.pdf) California Bar Examination – Essay Questions and Selected Answers, February 2005 (https://nwculaw.edu/pdf/bar/February%202005%20Essays%20and%20Sample%20Answers.pdf) Podcast Episode 23: Tackling an MEE Corporations Question (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-23-tackling-an-mee-corporations-question/) Podcast Episode 35: Tackling a California Bar Exam Essay: Corporations (https://barexamtoolbox.com/podcast-episode-35-tackling-a-california-bar-exam-essay-corporations/) Download the Transcript (https://barexamtoolbox.com/episode-150-listen-and-learn-corporate-formation-and-pre-incorporation-liability/) If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love a nice review and/or rating on Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-pass-bar-exam-less-stress/id1370651486) or your favorite listening app. And feel free to reach out to us directly. You can always reach us via the contact form on the Bar Exam Toolbox website (https://barexamtoolbox.com/contact-us/). Finally, if you don't want to miss anything, you can sign up for podcast updates (https://barexamtoolbox.com/get-bar-exam-toolbox-podcast-updates/)! Thanks for listening! Alison & Lee
Everyone wants to feel like they've succeeded at life. But, what does “success” even mean? Pastor J.D. describes the biblical standard for a successful life and explains how we can make our days count.
When Lennon Lee moved from Venezuela in 2010, he knew he wanted to search for passive investment opportunities to provide for his family. Today, Lennon is diving into the difference between being an LP vs. a GP in a deal, the role of the GP with investor communications, and the importance of capital raising through partnership building. Lennon Lee Real Estate Background: Invested his family's life savings into real estate to build a solid future for his parents and siblings Involved as both an LP and GP in the acquisition of over 2000 multifamily units, with an approximate market value of $200M Based in Miami, FL Say hi to him at: bldcapitalgroup.com Click here to know more about our sponsors: ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify | Deal Maker Mentoring