Cooper Kupp, Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson could all be first round picks this season. Who has the most upside? Who has the highest floor? Most downside? We tell you how we see this WR debate (4:00) and how we have it ranked ... News and notes (19:40) on Chris Godwin, the Bears run game, Irv Smith and more ... Checking out Heath's updated dynasty tight end rankings (26:50)! How close are Mark Andrews and Kyle Pitts? How much upside does Cole Kmet have? What about the rookies? ... Your Apple Podcast questions (34:30) and emails at email@example.com Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Get 20% off Fantasy Football Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-football-today%20?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-football-collection Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ahead of the release of ‘Stranger Things' Season 4, Juliet Litman and Mallory Rubin look at where the kids are now, versus when they first began the show. They talk about who has had the biggest acting career outside of the show (1:00), whether Millie Bobby Brown is the undeniable breakout star (10:10), and who will have the best career once the shows has ended (21:52). Hosts: Juliet Litman and Mallory Rubin Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Life doesn't always go as planned. It's full of twists, turns, and curveballs. Cover all your bases in the event of a worst-case scenario because it can come out of left field. You never see it coming or know when something could happen. In this episode of the Finance for Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about performing a safety net check as part of your financial vitals. Topics Discussed: • What is a safety net check? Checking coverage for worst-case scenario • When to plan for unexpected, unplanned events? Now—before it's too late • What are the odds? Based on large groups of people, not individuals • What's your other financial vitals? Safety net coverage takes more than assets • Important Info: What to document/track for life, disability, other insurance policies • Who is covered (insured)? You, your spouse, children, or beneficiaries • Estate Plan: Who needs it and why? Indicates who handles and gets what • What are worst-case scenarios? Unexpected death, disability, or emergency • Is your safety net adequate? If not, increase or decrease coverage, reserves Links: https://financeforphysicians.co/ https://financeforphysicians.co/2021/08/12/what-you-need-to-know-about-estate-planning/ https://financeforphysicians.co/contact/
In this episode, DWR Northeastern Region Assistant Wildlife Manager Randall Thacker explains why biologists make the difficult trek out to snowy bear dens early each spring to check on hibernating black bears across the state. He also shares one of his own nerve-wracking experiences of being face to face with a bear.
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Even though you own a fairly sophisticated vehicle - be it car, truck, SUV, crossover or even a minivan - basic vehicle maintenance is still important. Checking fluids, the condition of things like windshield wipers, tire condition and tread wear and brakes - yup - all that mundane stuff still counts. Not to mention any irregular smells, noises or control issues when you drive. Its the small things that add up to the big stuff.
Today we talk about Jade Nguyen, best known as Cheshire. She's a morally grey assassin who poisons people by scratching them and honestly we love her for it. Today's mentioned & relevant media: -The New Teen Titans (1980) Annual #2 -Showcase '95 #8 (Arsenal story starts on page 20) -The New Teen Titans (1984) -Action Comics (1938) #618 -Deathstroke (1991) #19 -Birds of Prey: The Ravens (1998) #1 -Arsenal (1998) -The Titans (1999) -Birds of Prey (1999) #62 -Secret Six (2006) -Secret Six (2008) -Titans: Villains For Hire Special #1 -Titans (2008) #24 -Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011) #20 -Titans (2016) #20 -Catwoman (2018) #33 -DC Festival of Heroes (2021) -Teen Titans (2003 cartoon) S5 E11: Calling All Titans -Young Justice (cartoon) S1 E6: Infiltrator -needlessly sexualized Jade -Marvel Voices: Pride (2022) #1 Thanks to Victoria Watkins for our icon! Support Capes and Japes by: Checking out our Patreon or donating to the Tip jar Find out more on the Capes and Japes website.
Habits & Health episode 65 with Jay Fields, author of the book "Teaching People, Not Poses" and the Linkedin Learning courses "Managing Your Emotions at Work" and "Practices for Regulating Your Nervous System and Reducing Stress". Jay is an educator, coach and author who has taught the principles of embodied social and emotional intelligence to individuals and organizations for twenty years. Her approach to helping people have their own back at work and in life is grounded, playful, empathic and intelligent. Her work is a blend of mindfulness, embodiment practices and psychological theories from different therapeutic modalities, all approached through the lens of Polyvagal Theory. In short, Polyvagal Theory is all about how to consciously work with yourself at the level of your nervous system. And because the nervous system so profoundly influences how we behave and the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves and the world around us, She found that the foundation of any growth process is understanding how to work with it in a way that is conscious and embodied. Some topics discussed: Two habits that have had the greatest impact on Jay's life: 1. Checking in with her body on a regular basis 2. Making sure she gets outside every day Polyvagal theory Jay's LinkedIn courses Johari window Sign up to Jay's excellent blog - go to her website Johari Window: Full shownotes including a transcription available at: https://tonywinyard.com/jay-fields/ Habits & Health links: Website - tonywinyard.com Facebook Page - facebook.com/TonyWinyard.HabitsAndHealth Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/habitshealth Twitter - @TonyWinyard Instagram - @tony.winyard LinkedIn - uk.linkedin.com/in/tonywinyard YouTube How to leave a podcast review - tonywinyard.com/how-to-leave-a-podcast-review/ Details of online workshops to create habits for health - tonywinyard.com/training/ Are you in control of your habits or are they in control of you? Take my quiz to find out - tonywinyard.com/quiz
After Nashville SC's memorable win over Atlanta and forgettable loss to Houston, Wes and Tim endeavor to discern whether either was representative or merely the results of a wild week. Club and Country is brought to you by M.L. Rose! EARLY SHOUT: 7:45 Recapping a sweet and salty week Gold Nuggets: Multi-goal comebacks and losses Previewing another showdown with Atlanta United INTERVIEW WITH EVE POWELL: 22:27 What has gotten into Montreal this year? Checking in on Alistair Johnston Does the best player in MLS reside in Quebec? The Impact (pun!) of recent off-field changes MAILBAG: 45:15 Does NSC have a depth problem? Is a replacement still impending at right back? Should NSC be prioritizing the U.S. Open Cup? OUTSIDE N: 1:02:35 Resetting the league standings -- who will rise and fall?
"Check your life. Not boxes." -Richie Norton In this episode, Melissa shares her story and highlights: How to make and keep commitments to yourself How to overcome the "checklist" mentality How to acknowledge what you need Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ Sign up for my free training on "how do I balance it all?" http://heatherchauvin.com/whynotyou For your own AG1 supply, visit: www.athleticgreens.com/eu
Michelle and Marisa are grieving with love. Marisa shares how she coped with her mother's death, which led her to writing her recently released book, Grief is Love. Grief is not limited to the loss of a life and Marisa helps us to relieve any guilt we may be feeling in our grief process. CHECK IN to this episode if you've ever lost a loved one. For more information, visit https://www.marisareneelee.com/ Follow Marisa on Instagram & Twitter: @MarisaReneeLee See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hosts Matt Stagner and Ron Kopp are back for season two of Arrowhead Pride's Out of Structure podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Checking in with Alex, Mat, Jack, and Nick of Philadelphia's VULTORO as they gear up to release their debut record on 5/27. We talk about their band history, Philadelphia & New York musicians, and their evolving sound. Follow Vultoro on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/vultoromusic) and check out their Bandcamp (https://vultoro.bandcamp.com). RECORD RELEASE SHOW IN PHILLY 6/18!! Playlist: 1. Blue Radio - Vultoro 2. March Away - Vultoro 3. CATHOLICIDE - Vultoro
We've had quite a bit of episodes in this last month devoted to our wonderful patrons, so today's episode is a check-in with them to see how they've made progress in their relationships! Also Brian comes to us live from a Scotland castle... we won't go into more detail, just listen to the episode to find out.Confused about BioTypes? Here's a starter episode that explains the Unani Biotypes and Systemic Psychology we reference.For more information on BioTypes visit www.RGPdevelopment.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIALSRodrigoInstagram (English)Facebook (English)Instagram (Español)Facebook (Español)RossInstagramFacebookTwitterBrianInstagramTwitterYouTubeBioTypical Relationship Corner Jingle + Editing by Dan Purcell Support the showSupport the show
Checking in on the Buzz Question about raising the minimum wage in CA. Following allegations of extortion by Council member Bredefeld against Council President Esparza, Mayor Dyer has called for an investigation. In response to a nationwide formula shortage as high as 50% in some states, a San Jose milk bank is reaching out to potential donors as demand has risen by 20%. A drunk man used a forklift to try and free his pickup after he crashed it. Instead, he passed out behind the wheel and got his 5th DUI. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I've tried many grammar checkers online, but most programs don't measure up to the choice few. You may have heard of and use grammar checking programs like Grammarly, WhiteSmoke, Ginger, Hemingway, and Textly, but what about ProWritingAid? Where does it stand among its competitors? And why do I heavily endorse ProWritingAid? Find out my full thoughts and why I believe ProWritingAid is the best grammar checking software today! Level-Up Your Self-Publishing Business TODAY: ProWritingAid - https://DaleLinks.com/ProWritingAid The Amazon Self Publisher – https://DaleLinks.com/SelfPubBook Subscribe to Self-Publishing with Dale on YouTube at https://DaleLinks.com/YT and https://DaleLinks.com/YouTubePodcast. Join other like-minded and motivated self-publishers in the Self-Publishing Books Group. Learn, grow, and network with authors, freelancers, and industry experts at https://DaleLinks.com/SPB. Remember to answer the 3 questions to gain entry. Get access to my go-to resource, Publisher Rocket. Confidently research profitable keywords & categories. Easily select effective keywords for Amazon Advertising campaigns. For more details, visit https://dalelinks.com/PR. FULL DISCLOSURE: Most outbound links financially compensate the podcast through affiliate programs or sponsorship deals. We only recommend products and services we've used and confidently stand behind. Using the links do not adversely affect your purchase price and greatly helps support the channel. Thank you for your understanding.
In 1977 a Star Destroyer flew over our heads and the Hildebrandt brothers turned in an mesmerising poster to promote a new space fantasy movie. Star Wars has continued to push the limits of visual artistry on and off screen ever since. And Attack of the Clones was no exception. Stu, Jez and Craig go deep on this one, as they explore the marketing campaign – from the teaser poster and Drew Struzan's stunning artwork, to the unusual strategy and some of the clever tactics employed to encourage people around the world into cinemas. The team also look at the concept work of Doug Chiang and his team, examine the influence of Art Nouveau on the film and cherry pick some of the best licensed and unlicensed art inspired by the movie. Checking out the enhanced version of this one is very much recommended.
I can't believe that I've been podcasting for a year and a half and that this is my 50th episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast! I am truly honored and humbled that so many people enjoy hearing what I have to say and are following the podcast. Looking back, we've covered such a wide range of subjects including: crayfish, land snails (I still laugh every time I think about that episode), lightning bugs, hummingbirds, grassland ecosystems, all kinds of topics related to gardening for pollinators, probably just as many topics related to gardening with native plants, vernal pools, invasive species, habitat management, and much, much more. I'm eternally grateful for all of the scientists, educators, and resource managers who have taken the time to talk with us. I've had so much fun learning from and geeking out with each of them. I also appreciate each of you who have taken the time to email me and share your own thoughts, experiences, and discoveries. Those emails always bring a smile to my face. As this 50th episode approached, I kept trying to think of the “perfect” topic to cover. After all, isn't 50 supposed to be a big milestone? Regardless of whether we're talking birthdays, anniversaries, or podcast episodes. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that I really didn't want to do a typical episode this time. Instead, I wanted to stop a second and check in with you. I wanted to find out your thoughts. After all, I don't want to just be blabbering into the digital airwaves. I want the Backyard Ecology podcast to be valuable to you and that means I need to make sure it is meeting your needs. To allow me to more easily gather and distill everyone's thoughts and feedback I've created a short survey. The link to the survey will be in the show notes and on the webpage for this episode. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey. Your answers will help guide me as I produce future episodes of the Backyard Ecology podcast. The survey will be available until June 12, 2022. As a thank you for sharing your thoughts with me, anyone who fills out the survey will have the option to enter a drawing to win 1 of 5 copies of my new book, Attract Pollinators and Wildlife to Your Yard: 15 Free and Easy Ways. Before I wrap up, I wanted to say once again how grateful I am to my Patrons on Patreon who help support this podcast, for everyone who listens to this podcast, and to the guests who have shared their knowledge and passion with us. Until next week, I encourage you to take some time to enjoy the nature in your own yard and community. Links: Survey: https://forms.gle/eh7mGD2wwx41g4SG6 Backyard Ecology's website: https://backyardecology.net Backyard Ecology's Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/backyardecology My email: email@example.com Survey about the Backyard Ecology podcast.
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. With warmer weather, it's time to remind everyone to be on the alert and to share the road with motorcyclists. Riders who have been cooped up all winter are excited to be out on the road again, but that shouldn't stop them from using caution. Both motorcyclists and motorists need to be aware of their surroundings. Checking blind spots, and mirrors and using turn signals are necessary when changing lanes and when passing. https://www.nationwidereport.com/46-year-old-michael-moredock-dead-after-a-hit-and-run-crash-in-east-feliciana-driver-sought-slaughter-la/ https://wsvn.com/news/local/miami-dade/motorcyclist-transported-to-hospital-after-hit-and-run-in-miami/ https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2022/05/09/txdot-launches-motorcycle-safety-campaign/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motorcyclemadhouse/message
Where does the Dallas Fuel sit currently after struggling immensely with the Outlaws but besting the Justice? Has the circle of suck returned with Toronto being the coin-flip? And why in gods name is London playing Reinhardt? AVRL, Yiska and Volamel break down Week 1 of the 2022 Overwatch League in all its chaotic glory. 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:09:44 - General thoughts on pro 5v5, push, and viewing experience 00:38:18 - Zooming in on Houston hosting Dallas 00:50:42 - Checking in on Atlanta-Florida 01:04:28 - Glads-Uprising demonstrate Zarya's place in the meta 01:12:24 - Circle of suck emerges, looking at Defiant-Outlaws 01:24:16 - The State of the Scrimbux 01:40:15 - Final thoughts on week 1 Links discussed in the show & recent content from our hosts Yiska interviews MAG - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFakvckYcJU Yiska interviews FunnyAstro - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhdOR28g77I&t=337s AVRL on Ana - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOWKmHrbXeU Clip on Yiska's DAL-HOU preview - https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxmbBUltAur0X574lxNnKA-0dg029U4vTl Follow the show & our hosts on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/tactical_crouchhttps://twitter.com/imAVRLhttps://twitter.com/YiskaOuthttps://twitter.com/VolamelJoin our communities to connect with other OWL fanshttps://discord.me/tacticalcrouchhttps://discord.gg/YGB8aVXgzThttps://www.twitch.tv/avrl/Ways to support the show:http://patreon.com/tacticalcrouch
Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by NBC Sports Chicago color analyst Steve Stone to discuss the White Sox's bullpen usage, the club's struggling defense and his memory of what happened on the day broadcast partner Hawk Harrelson left the booth in 2016 to check on injured infielder Todd Frazier.
Our image of leaders is often of someone giving orders or pontificating about what is supposed to happen. Our leader monologue is always one way traffic and we may be laying down golden advice in English or our imperfect Japanese, but is it being received, understood, digested, accepted or employed? In this modern, stressful, super busy life, we give the team a rapid burst from our content firehose and then we move on, because there is a lot for us to do. Subsequently, we discover what we wanted wasn't done at all or was done incorrectly or was taken off on a tangent we never imagined possible. This is more common than it should be and we must be cautious when we are engaging in linear communication with our teams. The content is often published rules and regulations, policies and procedural guidelines. We may have developed Standard Operation Procedures which outline how things are supposed to be done. We send out our memos, emails, text messages using various broadcast media. The good thing is it is written down, so for Japanese team members, it is easier to absorb than rapid fire conversation. These are some typical ways we launch our missives into the void and we are never sure if people actually read, noted or understood what we were saying. We are the boss right, so they have to take careful note of what we say, especially when we take the time to get key messages in front of everyone. We are busy people, so this type of activity by its nature will be reserved for the most important content. Therefore, everyone should know that communication hierarchy and treat these contributions carefully and thoughtfully. Except they don't always do that, do they. Why? Like their bosses, they are drowning in information, are subject to a constant bombardment of emails, messages on Teams or Slack, etc., updates on social media or from any of the other burdensome abominable conduits piling on the workload and filling up every minute of the day. And it was in English. So yes, we have to be articulate, concise and clear in our communication but we also have to use questions to clarify understanding and operate at the highest levels of listening capability. Asking clarifying questions is relatively easy, but are we actually good listeners? We assume we are, simply because we are too busy to pay any attention to how we listen. Let's explore the five levels of listening and see how we stack up. Ignore. We might be thinking, “I never ignore the team member when they are speaking”. Is that true though? The person may say something which triggers a strong thought in our mind. We are now completely diverted from what they are saying, to what we are thinking. In effect, we are no longer paying any attention to them, because we are consumed by our own thoughts. Effectively, we are ignoring them. Pretend. In this case, we are polite, considerate and very boss like. We are nodding our head and looking like we are concentrating, but we may not be fully taking in what we are being told. Again, our mind may be busily crafting what we are going to say in our clever response to their points. Or we may have been given an indication from the team member about something that interests them and we are getting ready to give them the benefit of our genius ideas and brilliant experiences. If we hear something that sounds like resistance to our idea, that gets an instant counter response. We are now mentally consumed with getting our evidence ready, so that we can go into an argument with them. We want to sort them out, get them to fly right and get them to agree with our “correct” opinion. Selective. Bosses have a highly tuned ability to hear agreement with their opinion and may miss key information. Our listening skills are directed only to hear a “yes” or a “no” response regarding our ideas and nothing else from subordinates. There may be key information attached to that “yes” or “no”, but we are certainly not listening for that. We are filtering what we hear, according to our interests and preferences. Effectively, we are only partially listening to the person. We are standing right there in front of them, but they do not have our full focus. My wife assures me I am doing this at home too and she is probably right, so more work to be done here. Attentive. In this case we are giving the team member our full attention. We are not filtering for signs of agreement or resistance. We are not cutting them off, finishing their sentences or redirecting them mid-sentence. We are patiently and politely waiting for them to finish what they want to say. We then paraphrase back to them what we heard. We are not shortchanging them, thinking what we are going to say, because we are fully absorbed by what they are saying. Empathetic. This is the highest form of listening, where we are listening with our eyes as well as our ears. We are reading what is going on behind the words. We are conscious of what is not being said and we are listening to the tone of how we are being told the information. We are trying to meet the person “in the conversation going on in their mind”. Churchillian long bursts of our brilliance may make us feel good, I certainly enjoy giving them, but as leaders we should be aiming for more interactive communication with our team. We need to have them respond to what we have said to ensure we are on the same wavelength and that we have actually heard each other correctly. If we discover there is a gap in understanding, then that reflection allows us to correct it on the spot. “I never said that”, “That isn't what I meant”, “No, it is the other way around”, are all exchanges we want to avoid having to engage in. When we are each speaking in another language, the opportunities for misunderstanding are rife. Both sides never have enough vocabulary to completely frame entire thoughts and communicate the subtleties of the language in its original form. English is very confronting and direct and Japanese is often vague and circuitous. Checking for understanding becomes obligatory. However, even the act of checking is no guarantee. If I don't completely understand what I am being told in Japanese, I may be smiling, nodding and looking like I get it, because it is tiresome and embarrassing to admit my linguistic skills are not perfect. My Japanese team members do the same when we operate in English, so the linguistic bear traps are many. We need to have our team members feed back to us what we think they understand, to see if it is a match. Empathetic listening and habituated checking for understanding have to become our firm habits in Japan.
Today's episode is just one long life update! I share what's going on with our housing search and share a few life reminders that I hope you find useful. Follow the podcast on Instagram The information, views, and opinions expressed during Financial Flex with Lex are solely my own and do not represent those of my employer. Any ideas and strategies contained within the podcast are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal, investment, or financial advice.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/financial-flex-with-lex/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/financial-flex-with-lex/support
Use code TALKIN for $20 off your first SeatGeek order. https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/TALKIN Go to http://getroman.com/TALKIN today, and if you're prescribed, get $15 off your first month of ED treatment. Visit athleticgreens.com/compound to get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 5:45 Checking the Free Agent Signings 12:30 Rangers: Seager & Semien 19:45 Kris Bryant 24:15 Freddie Freeman 28:45 Trevor Story & Red Sox Brutal Start 41:00 Carlos Correa 42:45 Javy Baez 47:40 Where is All the Offense?
Matteo311 joins us to discuss his 3 month weight loss journey which led to him losing 20lbs! He used Supernatural VR on Meta Quest 2. We also discuss the leaked 4 Meta VR headsets, including two Quest ones! Matteo311 Links: Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/gamingwithmatteo311?app=desktop Fitness Journey - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kxpcsjORMU Twitter - https://twitter.com/matteo311 Merch! https://playtest-vr.creator-spring.com Want to be part of the show? Send in your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Discord Server: https://discord.gg/94GMmP9yJg Video Version: https://youtu.be/cokQf6IeSb4 Visit Patreon.com/Playtestvr to help support the podcast and receive early access! Twitter: @playtest_vr | @seaglemaniac Main Channel: https://youtube.com/c/playtestvr Spreading VR: https://youtu.be/9BCu3lnnCKU Chapters 00:00 Pre-Roll 00:44 Intro 04:27 Checking in with Matteo 12:42 Matteo's Fitness Journey and tips 37:10 Thoughts on the state of Quest 46:53 What we've been playing 59:09 Two new Quests Leaked! 1:11:08 VR News 1:16:00 Games Out This Week
Digging in for the long haul -- that's how the U.S. Director of National Intelligence characterized Vladimir Putin's strategy as his invasion of Ukraine enters its 3rd month. DNI Avril Haines, in testimony before a Senate committee, described Russia's effort in Eastern Ukraine as a slow moving slog ... it's the U.S. intelligence assessment that Putin is hoping the attention of NATO and the West on Ukraine starts to wane over time. So what's the latest from the Donbas region, where the majority of recent fighting is happening ... is Mariupol still not totally under Russian control ... and is the war in Ukraine turning into a stalemate? We'll ask. We'll then check in with one of the millions of Ukrainian families that was forced to pick up and move to avoid Russian troops, refugees within their own country. But we start with an update on the fighting and what the American intelligence community believes are Vladimir Putin's goals to create a "land bridge" stretching from Russian-controlled Crimea all the way to the Ukrainian city of Odessa. That may very well be what Putin wants, but can his beat up military actually achieve that? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Who is making sure all the aid money the US is sending to Ukraine is going to the right place? As Congress gets set to pass another $40 billion in aid, Andrew Lautz with the National Taxpayers Union has a new piece in Responsible Statecraft outlining why politicians in D.C. should take a pause, learn from recent history, and make sure there isn't any waste, fraud, and abuse in the process. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hi there! This episode is a quick update! Some of you may have noticed that I've been offline for the past couple of months, and this episode explains why. I also talk about what's in store for the future of Students of Mind. Thanks so much for sticking around!Get your free 7 day trial with Squadcast HereGet online counseling with Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/studentsofmindConnect with Students of Mindwww.studentsofmind.comIG: @studentsofmindFB: www.facebook.com/StudentsofMindPodcast/Host IG: @jaydembarberJohn Tyler (music): @johntylersounds
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On the latest Power Hour, Alex Burr and J.D. Hall get together to break down Monty Williams winning Coach of the Year and Nikola Jokic winning his second straight MVP, as well as breaking down all of the action in the second round so far. This was a great episode, hope you listen and enjoy!
Today we talk about Bonnie King and her daughter Cissie King-Jones, who have both been forced to take up archery by their mothers and held the moniker Arrowette, though Green Arrow made Bonnie give up superheroics. Today's mentioned & relevant media: -hairpin arrow -Impulse (1995) #28 -Young Justice (1998) -Young Justice Secret Files (1998) #1 -Teen Titans (2003) #7 -Wonder Girl (2007) -Young Justice (2019) #14 Thanks to Victoria Watkins for our icon! Support Capes and Japes by: Checking out our Patreon or donating to the Tip jar Find out more on the Capes and Japes website.
This is Part Three—the concluding episode on "How Mark and Steve moved from defensiveness to fighting for their marriages. In this episode, Mark and Steve talk raw and real to addicts in recovery about—HANGING BACK vs. LEADING OUT. - When an addict in recovery "hangs back" in the marriage, what does that look like? - Checking-the-boxes attitude or "it wasn't on the list." - Waiting for a spouse to apply pressure before taking action; doing the mandatory/minimum - Going into "mopey/victim mode" - 50/50 attitude—all about percentages and fairness- What kind of mindset/attitude does it take to move from hanging back to LEADING OUT?- How SPECIFICALLY can an addict spouse in recovery LEAD OUT? Learn more about Mark and Steve's new online program—"Dare to Connect!" You have live access to Mark and Steve three times a week--addicts, spouses and couples! Visit—daretoconnectnow.comFind out more about Steve Moore at: Ascension CounselingLearn more about Mark Kastleman at: Reclaim Counseling ServicesHere's an article about how to HEAL from Betrayal Trauma—https://www.reclaimcounselingservices.com/healing-betrayal-trauma-videoTo learn more about HOW to overcome porn and sex addiction, check out this article—https://www.reclaimcounselingservices.com/overcome-porn-sex-addiction
In our 300th episode, Mac from JunkBunny joins the Chord Progression Podcast. Opening up with the latest updates on what is going on with the band, Mac then gives us a tour through the history of the band that includes getting signed at 16 years old, dropping out of public school to pursue music dreams, getting dropped from the label, and all the lessons learned along the way. We also discuss the band being independent and all of the work needed to be a successful band in today's day and age. A deep dive into Another Summer Song, how Kevin and Mac are connected via Rise Against, and a geek out on Bar Rescue. Happy 300 everyone. Find JunkBunny Online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JunkBunnyRocks Twitter: https://twitter.com/JunkBunny_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/junkbunny_/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@junkbunny_ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCypqM7fcl65vgsCbZ405hMg Website: https://junkbunny.rocks Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2UdPcvUuTpvrq7flh94PaE?si=y37BkMt9Q5yCws6Uf3vy_Q Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/junkbunny/1479870809 Thank you to our sponsor Custom Debuts: http://fluroes.myshopify.com/discount/CPP10 Use code CPP10 for 10% off your order. Thank you to our sponsor FNX Fitness: https://fnx.grsm.io/msotdrocks USE CODE "MSOTD" FOR 15% OFF YOUR ENTIRE ORDER! Follow us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chordprogressionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/cppodofficial Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chordprogressionpodcast/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chordprogressionpodcast YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqRKZCDMcFHIYbJaLQMfDbQ Chord Progression Podcast (Spotify): https://open.spotify.com/show/53XWPGrIUvgavKF5Fm6SLk Chord Progression Podcast (Apple Podcast): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chord-progression/id1454876657 Chord Progression Podcast (Amazon): https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/b8dad803-444c-4a73-8aa5-67b4fc43f4ba Chord Progression Podcast (iHeart Radio): https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-chord-progression-70632531/ Podcast Webpage: https://mysongoftheday.com/my-song-of-the-day-rock-2000-today/chord-progression-podcast/ Intro: (0:00) What's Going On with JunkBunny: (4:27) Let's Rundown the History of JunkBunny: (13:20) Getting Signed at 16 Years Old: (16:48) Geeking Out on Bar Rescue: (24:55) The Insane Rise Against Connection between Mac and Kevin: (27:42) Dropping From Public School for the Band: (34:31) Getting Dropped, Member Leavings, and Going Independent: (38:16) The Travis Barker Story & The Tik Tok Focus: (49:01) Mac Doing Wedding Videography & Using That Skill: (59:00) Checking out Another Summer Song and its Nostalgic Themes: (1:00:44) The JunkBunny Shameless Plug: (1:20:11) Closing It Out (1:24:05)
No Boston Red Sox game Monday means no loss! NESN's Lauren Campbell welcomes Worcester Red Sox game day producer Derrick Willand to Locked On Red Sox to talk Triston Casas, Jarren Duran and other Red Sox prospects fans should have their eye on. Derrick explains why fans should be patient with the Red Sox recalling Casas, and throws out a few names for who potentially could help Boston when it comes to pitching. The duo talk about the Red Sox season through the first 30 games and why the prospects give the Red Sox hope for the future. Follow us on Twitter! @lo_redsox & @lalalalaurrrren & @jakeiggy @derrickwilland Support us by supporting our sponsors! BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michelle and Yvette check in with each other. Yvette talks about growing up caring for her mother who suffered from bipolar disorder and how it prepared her for her career handling PR for major names like Prince, Destiny's Child and Buju Banton. Yvette also shares how much it means to her to give people grace. CHECK IN to this episode if you need help finding the sunshine during adversity. Follow Yvette on social media! Instagram: @yvettenoelschure Twitter: @YNSmedia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's easy to get caught up in the numbers of your budget and feel shame around mistakes you've made. It tends to make people want to get everything perfect before really tackling their spending. But money management is not about perfection. I want to encourage you to slow down, take a step back from the numbers, and identify why and how to start managing your finances more proactively by taking your money on a date. Today, I'm talking about spending quality time with your money through money dates and how they can help you see what's going on with your finances at the moment. If you feel overwhelmed with where to start, this is a great place to begin. Spending habits and money goals evolve, and money dates will allow you to release shame, adjust regularly, and prioritize your values. In this episode, you'll learn... Why you should slow down and take your time with the process instead of trying to do everything perfectly [00:35] How money dates allow you to spend quality time with your finances [02:13] Where money dates fall in my five step process [06:53] Celebrating your money wins [07:58] Accounting for unexpected or irregular expenses [08:54] Taking forward actions instead of judging past mistakes [10:42] Monitoring your spending habits [11:34] Mindfully adjusting your spending and releasing any shame [13:31] Staying on top of your personal and business cash flow cycles [14:25] Checking for hidden numbers [15:19] Tune in to this episode to learn how money dates can help you stay on top of your spending habits and honor your money goals. Get full show notes and the episode transcript: https://wealthovernow.com/using-money-dates-to-spend-quality-time-with-your-finances/
Your Empty Nest Coach, Christine shares that the podpause is almost over! This Episode is Brought To You By The C.E.O. Training Team to Empty Nest Success Membership, powered by SupaPass Episode Topics & Their Minute Markers 00:00 Podcast intro 00:31 Thank you for your patience & an update 01:00 Affirmation videos 01:52 Thank you C.E.O. Training Team Members 02:15 Still Listening?
Checking in the the NFC West following the 2022 NFL Draft. Are the Seattle Seahawks crazy for bypassing quarterbacks? The Arizona Cardinals traded out of Round 1 for Hollywood Brown. Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers make most of their lack of first round picks that they spent on QBs last year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Chaos of Being a Mom – Interview with Kimberly Keane Kim Keane is a certified life coach, Reiki and IET practitioner, and podcaster. Kim has addressed community organizations, schools and colleges, such as Boys' and Girls' Club and Purdue University as well as women's groups, such as Polka Dot Powerhouse and Moms Who Dare. She strives to empower women to embrace who they are so they can be and do all that they aspire to. Kim is here on Calming the Chaos podcast to talk about specific challenges and chaos of being a Mom in today's world, and offer Moms some ways to become empowered, embrace who they are and be and do all that they aspire to do in their lives. Let's honor our Moms on Mother's Day! Notable Timestamps: 2:25 to 4:42 - Introduction to Kim You can do energy healing, including Reiki ONLINE! 6:09 – Addressing the most common concerns Moms have in today's world Mom Guilt – The expectation that we have to “do it all” and “to the highest standards” Unrealistic expectations, perfectionism, comparing yourself with others How Moms experience both guilt and shame Guilt – “I've done something wrong” Shame – “I am something wrong” 8:30 – How do we help Moms get through “Mom Guilt” • Find out where the guilt comes from – “Who is telling me that I'm not doing Motherhood right?” • Identifying the “made-up stories” you tell yourself about how good of a Mom you are • Noticing how you compare yourself to other Moms, and finding yourself lacking • Letting go of comparisons with realistic thinking – you never know what is happening in other families • Therapy can help you learn to notice what your body feels like when you feel the guilt • Notice and identify the triggers, perceptions in your mind • Checking the facts – separating the truth from the “made up stories.” Putting your Guilt on Trial • Identify your values and separate them from other Mom's values – Live in alignment with YOUR values 15:00 – The working Moms and the Stay-at-home Mom have the same struggle • Setting up a routine is important – plan out your time and set boundaries with family members • “I need your help, children / partner” • Relinquish control • The whole family gets used to a new routine 17:19 – 19:00 Kim's routine she set for herself and how her family has cooperated with her! 19:18 – Kim answers Tracy's follow up questions: 1. How do you get your kids / partner to understand why a plan is so important? 2. How do you convince them to cooperate with you? Time Management 23:00 - How did Kim become so good at time management? www.flylady.net • Focus on fewer tasks in a bullet journal (she found them on Pinterest) • Finding pockets of time during the day for tasks The Pandemic 26:00 As we're shifting out of it, some Moms are getting judged and / or criticized others or self 29:30 – Dealing with ALL of the critics (others and self) and remembering your values, using intuition School Violence / Bullying / The School System / Conflict 32:36 – Understanding all of the possible reasons why a person might bully others, all the dynamics, and understanding who they are individually, what values they stand for, so that they don't become bullies 34:47 – Identify feelings and asking adults and others for help 35:00 – 38:30 What if YOUR kid is the bully? (Discipline and communication tips from Kim) – Getting to the root and both parents and kids make adjustments. Divorce 39:04 - How Kim works with Moms who are considering divorce or who are divorced “What's the motivation for leaving or staying?” “Is it a healthy motivation?” Social Media 40:42 – Kim's suggestions to Moms who are struggling with their kids' use of social media “It's not about not trusting you….it's about ensuring that you are safe.” Setting standards in accordance with your values, using a timer and time limits 43:43 – Kim's website tour, talking about her podcast, her...
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This conversation was recorded on September 1, 2021. I spoke to Richard Wrangham about his research on ape behavior. We explored prerequisites for chimp attacks, how cooking shaped human cognitive development, studying chimps in the wild with Jane Goodall, DNA similarity studies, proactive vs. reactive aggression, and more. Richard is a biological anthropologist at Harvard, specializing in the study of primates and the evolution of violence, sex, cooking, and culture. He's also a MacArthur fellow—the so-called “genius grant”—and the author of books like 'The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution' and 'Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence.' —Chapters— 0:00 — Intro 2:39 — Jane Goodall 5:32 — Living in the wild 6:26 — Bumping into rhinos & sleep darting elephants 11:06 — Human competitiveness & sexual behavior 16:13 — "An enormous shock" from Yale 23:48 — Working with Jane Goodall 26:42 — Chimp mating habits 34:47 — Bonding via cooking 41:39 — Checking self-bias 42:26 — War and the 8-vs-1 rule 49:02 — Why kill lone neighbors? 56:41 — Cooking is really about calories 1:02:51 — The greatest discovery in human evolution 1:06:35 — Why do animals prefer it cooked? 1:10:05 — Fire & human development 1:12:16 — Innate violence, authoritarianism, and The Goodness Paradox 1:23:43 — Male aggression 1:42:01 — Outro #Fire #JaneGoodall #War #Apes #Cooking #Harvard // SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Newsletter: https://linktr.ee/DrJordanBPeterson Premium Podcast: https://jordanbpeterson.supercast.com/ Donations: https://jordanbpeterson.com/donate // COURSES // Discovering Personality: https://jordanbpeterson.com/personality Self Authoring Suite: https://selfauthoring.com Understand Myself (personality test): https://understandmyself.com // BOOKS // Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: https://jordanbpeterson.com/Beyond-Order 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: https://jordanbpeterson.com/12-rules-for-life Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: https://jordanbpeterson.com/maps-of-meaning // LINKS // Website: https://jordanbpeterson.com Events: https://jordanbpeterson.com/events Blog: https://jordanbpeterson.com/blog Podcast: https://jordanbpeterson.com/podcast // SOCIAL // Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson Instagram: https://instagram.com/jordan.b.peterson Facebook: https://facebook.com/drjordanpeterson Telegram: https://t.me/DrJordanPeterson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices