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Learn more at SystemToThrive.comAlyson Lex 0:00To the Okay, so that way you can hit record. I have been avoiding hosting a summit since I did my first summit My only summit in 2013. So I don't know, brighter for a reason you do the math on that. It's a lot of years between my first summit and my second summit, which is coming up in just a couple of months. Now, why did I wait so long? Between summits, there's a lot of reasons. One, I couldn't see the roadmap to how it would actually make me money. To, it felt like a lot of work for pay off, I couldn't visualize. Three, my first summit bombed so badly, that I was not at all eager to try it again. And for wasn't sure where I was gonna find the time to do it in my business, I was so super busy, if you will, with serving all of my clients, getting new leads, having sales calls, doing all of the stuff that's required to grow a businessthat I couldn't see how I would be able to do it. All right, how can I do it all, when I'm by myself working for myself, trying to build this business. It's such a huge undertaking, and I just don't know that it's gonna pay off for the amount of work that I'm going to put into it. If that at all. Sounds familiar to you, this is the episode that you want to listen to. And the reason is, Jenny has been hounding me to do a summit for about six years. And I know how long she's been hounding me to do a summit because that's how long we've been friends. Really, it started almost immediately. It took six years, but I'm finally coming around to it, guys. And I want to tell you why. And we want to kind of talk you through what the plan is for me to actually get this done. With still being really busy in my business, and now doing the mom thing. And, you know, The Good Wife thing and the lockdown thing that we're still dealing with and all of that stuff. But I'm now looking forward to it because I see the roadmap to success. So I'm rambling and Jenny's being very, awfully quiet. And this is my way of trying to bring her into the conversation because she has run how many of these now for your clients about 280. So she's done a couple just knows how much time they take. And I think she's probably designed some processes to help it take a little bit less time. Right?Jennie Wright 3:04Yeah. So let's talk about it. There's, you know, there's, your story is no different than the a lot of the clients that I deal with. And it is no different in terms of how they feel the past experiences the poopy summit they had in the beginning, things like that, there is no difference in that story whatsoever. The only difference is your lens on it. Right? And your approach to it. And also all of the, and I'm not going to sugarcoat this, all of the excuses that we put in our way to make sure we don't do the things that we need to do. I am no different than anybody else. I make a boatload of excuses to do things the way I want versus the way they need to be done. First person to admit, right.Alyson Lex 3:51And I think that that's really important. Not only do we make excuses to not do things at all, but I really like what you just said we make excuses to do things the way we want to do them, not the way they should be done. Correct. Correct. Well, I don't want to go live to promote, or I don't want to Xyz to do this. I don't want and so what happens is then we decide how we do want to do it, which is very rarely in a way that's going to actually get traction. Correct. And then we get upset when it doesn't work.Jennie Wright 4:26100% that so I've actually literally worked with people who are saying, Yeah, I'll do it somewhat with you. But I don't want to do this. I don't want to do this. And it's this laundry list of things they don't want to do, for whatever reason. It's their own preconceived notions on it. And then, you know, this is before I was really in my project management sort of space. I would let them I would let them run the ship. Alright, I would let them steer the boat. And then when the summit didn't go the way they wanted the only person they looked at, it wasn't themselves. It was me. This didn't work. It's your fault. So I don't want to go down that road too too much. But what I want to pull from this conversation on that is, there's a, there's a way it works. And there's an acceptance piece, just like anything else, you want to lose weight, you have to accept the fact that things are going to change, you want to have a better relationship with your partner, you have to accept the fact that you've made some boo boos, and how are you going to fix them? Right, and you have to see the roadmap, like you were saying earlier, on how to get there. So any coach worth their metal, worth their salt, whatever word you want to use, we'll show you the roadmap. There are lots of programs out there that'll teach you summits, and a lot of them will keep you behind that gaming term of fog of war, to tell you to stay on the step that you're in and not know, the whole roadmap, and you and I are very similar, where we need to have, like, we need to know all the picture, everything that's going on. So let's, let's move into that space, and talk about what that's going to be like. The biggest hurdle for you was time, how to fit it into your business, how did it fit in into your life? How did it fit, you know, and I'll tell you that the secret is, it's my favorite phrase, there's a suck it up opportunity in there. Because if you want to achieve the goal, build your list, increase your income and actually get clients with more ease than maybe the way that people have been doing it, where they're working so hard to get those leads, you have to accept a bit of uncomfortability. And that's what a summit is going to do. Now, let's talk about the benefit real quick. If you do a summit, and you fit it into your life, and by the end of this episode, we're going to show you how then you're going to uplevel all of those skills, your video skills, your audio skills, your Facebook Live skills, your copywriting skills, your tech skills, just by even if you're not a tech person, and you're not doing the tech, you'll improve just by the fact that somebody is doing it for you. And you're going to see what works, right? So you're going to learn all these things, you're going to uplevel, your sales skills, your joint venture skills, your interview skills, all these different things. So at the end of the summit, you're going to be a better entrepreneur. That's one of the biggest selling features.Alyson Lex 7:07It's not just that though, right? Like, I really feel like, and this is why it's important for me to do one this year. It kind of forces you on the stage, if you will. So it's really easy to hide, oh, I've built my business on nothing but referrals and word of mouth. And I've said that for 13 years, which by the way, that's awesome. The fact that I get referrals is a great thing. And I'm not downplaying those. But what that was was an excuse to keep hiding. And to not put myself out there. And so a list build like this kind of pushes you out into the limelight a little bit, it forces you to be a little bit more visible. And because of that your business can take on a different trajectory. Correct?Jennie Wright 8:00Absolutely. So let's let's talk about the time factor, because I think that's a really big thing that plays into people's lives. I want you to share how you overcame the time issue.Alyson Lex 8:18So I'm going to be very transparent and say that I have not fully done that yet.Jennie Wright 8:27And what's the acceptance process that you'reAlyson Lex 8:28well, there is the acceptance process. And so what has happened is I'm very overwhelmed by even the concept. And as of the time of this recording, I still have about four to five months to plan. And I know that 90 days is a good barometer for planning. And I told Jennie I said, I need more time. I need to stretch out my planning period longer. Because even like 90 days already,Jennie Wright 8:55I don't like 90 days, 90 days is too fast. There's a lot of people who are like do your summit 90 days, I don't like it. It is way too pressured. I prefer 120 days, right. So three months to four months. I like a four month planning period. If I can get five months, I'll take five months.Alyson Lex 9:13Yeah, I mean, honestly, I started thinking about it late last year. So there's some mental planning that went on in the first month. So that would pause to about six months between conception to implementation and launch. I I haven't fully figured out how I'm going to do it. But I just know that I have to. Yeah, go ahead for all the reasons that I talked about, but mostly this stop hiding thing. And so really, it's about committing to something and removing the fact that I'm going to let excuses get in my way.Jennie Wright 9:56And there's a reason why that's also going to help you is because You are going to have the roadmap. So let's for transparency sake, I'm working with Allison to help her build her summit that's happening. And I have a lot of tools in my arsenal that I bring out that help people, I have Trello boards, and Asana boards, and Google drives full of information and all this kind of stuff. And with my regular clients, I do weekly calls, and I do coaching calls, and all that kind of thing with them. With Allison, there has been a necessity for a mindset shift. And this is not uncommon. And you might be experiencing this listeners, if you're listening to this, you might be experiencing this. And if it sounds familiar, then this might speak to you. There is the acceptance of the fact that for the four months of planning a summit, it's not going to take over your entire life. It's not going to ruin your ability to serve your clients, it's not going to stop your ability to make income. It's only going to be in the beginning, a little bit of extra work. And I will tell you this, if it matters, you will make time. Okay, I'm doing a 30 day yoga challenge. Do you think I want to get up 30 minutes earlier in the morning?Alyson Lex 11:11No,Jennie Wright 11:12but I'm doing it. Because I'm trying to create a new habit. I'm making the time, I can talk myself out of it all day long. Trust me, I have talked myself out of doing a 30 day yoga challenge for about two years. Two years.Alyson Lex 11:27Sounds like me.Jennie Wright 11:28Yep. And I finally said a couple days ago that I'm going to do it. And I happen to have an accountability partner, it's my sister in law. I call her my life coach carebear. Because she's very positive person. And I'm doing it. But there's a mindset shift of like, screw this eff that whatever you want to say I'm doing it and you make it happen. The same applies to anything in your business, you want to build out your own website, you're gonna have to learn some new tools and and apply those. If you're going to do a summit. It's the same thing. Now let's talk about how you actually go from the acceptance to the doing. Right. So here's the expectations that I want to set up for you. And I'm setting this up for Alyson this is technically almost, we can call this a coaching call, we can have some fun with that. But I want to set up expectations. When you're doing a summit, it is not going to be the entire day. Now, if you're like me, when I'm learning something new, I tend to get engrossed. So I like to set a bit of a timer and I will say I will spend one hour if you can find 30 minutes in your day or 45 minutes in your day, four days a week, you can get a summit done. Okay, it is all about structure and timing. So the time that you would be on clubhouse, which at the time we're recording this as this huge brand new social media platform, the time that you're spending going down the rabbit hole on club hosts, or the time you're on tik tok watching silly videos, or the time that you're, you know, scrolling Reddit for 30 minutes, that's 30 minutes you could be spending on your summit. That is invaluable time. Right. So there's, there's a shift there. Now, as you're starting to build out your summit, the main thing you're going to be doing in the beginning, and this is something that somebody who is I would call my mentor for four years now has mentioned is that the summit actually starts taking place the work to it builds up the six months out, right, this is where you're starting to think about the speakers that you want to have on there. This is where you're starting to go on the Facebook pages and look at people go, ooh, I would really like to have so and so on my event. And then you start liking their business page and taking a look and see if you guys have the same values and things like that. That's where that kind of stuff happens. And by the way, that is passive. You can do that, instead of scrolling Reddit. You can do that I've literally done that while I'm folding laundry, right? I can scroll and be like, Oh, I like that, oh, I wanna check that person out. I want to listen to their podcast and see if they're, you know, we have that alignment. These are things you can fit into your life. So the lesson here is, if you want it, you'll make it happen. And it's not going to overtake your life.Alyson Lex 14:18It reminds me when I did my my summit in 2013 I think I did in eight weeks. And it did take over my life. Because I had to find experts, secure experts, interview experts published and I did it all 100% by myself in 2013 without a lot of the technology that's available today or the knowledge that I have today.Jennie Wright 14:42Correct. SoAlyson Lex 14:45if I'm thinking about my experience, then it was overtaking my life and in a way that was not enjoyable.Jennie Wright 14:56No and there's something there even just before you finish your point If you're doing it in eight weeks, and you had a bad result, which we know you did, what part of the reason is you didn't have enough time to contact and get in touch with rolling good experts, you took what you could get?Alyson Lex 15:12Yeah, I mean, I got some decent people. But a lot of it was the concept wasn't very well flushed out. And it was it was the wrong market and all that, but not gonna run down that rabbit hole, but it did take over my whole life. And I've carried that through over the last eight years, as this is what planning a summit is like, and it's not. And so I think, really that expectation, there's reasonable expectation to 45 minutes a day, four to five days a week, for five to six months, starting passive and then getting into more of the active creation of it. I think that that is not that bad.Jennie Wright 15:56It's not, it's really not. And the funny thing is, is that after you start getting used to doing the 30 minutes to 45 minutes, four or five times a day, and you start getting that preliminary research out of the way, then you're getting into the more of the active part, which is booking your interviews and conducting your interviews and things like that. And there will be days where it's like I'm doing two interviews today. So there's two hours that are happening, but it's not every day. Right. So the expectation is, there's going to be some days as you get closer to the summit, where you're going to be conducting your interviews and doing other things. Now, there's two camps on this whole, get a summit done side, there's the completely do it yourself, I'm going to do everything on my lonesome. Do all my tech do all my everything, right? So if you're tech savvy, if you're good at video, you can make better your own video and all those kinds of things, you want to do it all on your own. that's those are those people. The other side is the people who understand or they they know their limitations, or they know their abilities, and they're willing to hire team. Hiring a team doesn't mean that you have 10 people working for you and you're spending $10,000, it could mean as little as having a VA for four hours a week, who handles the administrative side, it could be that you are really good in Canva. So you'll do your own graphics, great, save your money there. Or it could be that you're very, very busy. And you're at the level in your business that you know that you need to do this like CEO style, where you delegate. Right, Alison loves to play in Canva. I'm telling you,Alyson Lex 17:32I know you love it so much. But you're not doing it. But I'm not allowed No, not for this. I can do it for little things here and there. If it's a one off, if it's like, I need this right now, I don't have time to send it to her to my designer. Whatever, it's going to take me five minutes, I'm just throwing something together. But when it comes to these graphics for an event, or list build, I could run down that rabbit hole and stay there all day. Yep, that's not a good use of my time. I think hiring help. And you can hire someone just to do your graphics. Like Jenny said, you can hire someone just to build the pages, you can hire someone just to write the copy, you can hire someone just to do the social. Or you can hire someone to help you project manage the whole thing. And that's one of the things that I really rely on Jenny for is to tell me what I need to do. Because there's a lot of those little pieces that I just don't know. I haven't done it 280 times like Jenny. Yeah, I've done it once. And it wasn't done well. And so Jenny's able to say, Allison, I need I need XYZ, I need you to do XYZ now. Coal. Great, you don't you give me my marching orders, and I can get it done. It's when I look at the whole big, huge picture of these lists and these checklists, and these calendars and these project management and these Trello boards. I'm like, Holy guaca No, I can't do all that. But that's not all at once.Jennie Wright 19:17No, it's not.Alyson Lex 19:19And so for the last 30 days or so I've been like I've been building my little list of potential experts. I've been thinking about the, the direction I want to go, I've been building that roadmap in my head to how I'm going to profit from it, which I think is really important. And I've been writing notes down and and now that I'm getting into five months out at the I think the time of this recording and publication I'm about four and a half to five months out. Like Okay, now it's going to be time to start doing some of those more active stuff and getting maybe starting to secure some of these speakers. How do I need to do that I need to put up a landing page. Okay. I'm relying on Jennie to kind of help me to understand what needs to happen step by step. So that I don't get overwhelmed. And that is somebody in my business in my world, that is invaluable. Because when I get overwhelmed, I shut down.Jennie Wright 20:18Yeah, a lot of people do. A lot of people do. Part of my job, funny enough is not just the project management, it's the cheerleader, come on, you know, pick yourself up, get into the chair,Alyson Lex 20:31it's the host management,Jennie Wright 20:33management, and there's a lot of host management, and that's okay. And it's totally okay. And we actually, you know, there's a lot of products out there that you can go and check out and if you want to go do so, there's products that tout themselves as a complete summit package, right, it's like, um, you know, buy this thing for X amount of dollars. And I'll give you templates and this and this, and this, and this and this, right. And some of them are good, like, they're not bad, Allison, and I recently checked one out. And we were very shocked at what it's missing. And it's a very popular product. And we were like, Wow, there is no project management tools. And I've actually got clients at this particular moment, who have purchased that product, and then found me and said, holy crap, this was what was missing. So there's a lot of a lot of products out there on how to do a summit, go check out and see what you need. And you might not need the project management, maybe you're a really good project manager. But a lot of people tend to need what Allison is talking about, which is the step by step process and the carving out of time. The next thing I kind of want to mention and Alison on what your take is systems and processes.Alyson Lex 21:44Oh, I'm so not a systems and processes girl. Jenny knows this about me. And I do know that that's a downfall of mine. Because what happens is it ends up taking me five or 10 times longer to do something, because I don't have a system or process or anything to get it done. So when it comes to hosting a summit, and I've, you know, again, hashtag transparency, I've seen Jenny do this for her clients, like I've, we're friends, we've talked about the stuff. So I have an idea of the kinds of systems and processes that she puts in place. And I also happen to have a really weird love for spreadsheets. I mean, it's getting weird. At this. Yeah,Jennie Wright 22:28there's spreadsheet, there's a spreadsheet to talk about the spreadsheets.Alyson Lex 22:31Like I love, I actually had one of those ones I really did. And it was my link, like my my link life spreadsheet, and it was a spreadsheet with links to all my spreadsheet.Jennie Wright 22:43Housing our problem,Alyson Lex 22:44I do have a problem. I really like spreadsheets. But so I know that I get to do that a little bit with the planning of summit, I get to have some spreadsheets. Yeah. So I do get to tap into some of the systems and processes. And there's automation. Right. So one quick little automation that we use here on this podcast, when we have guests is we have a guest request form. And it automatically populates into a spreadsheet, yay. It automatically populates into a spreadsheet. Well, I can use that same technology, that same automation to capture info, submission info from my future, my future speakers. That's a system. That's a process that saves me time. I don't have to come through email. They fill out the form. I've got an A link on a spreadsheet. Yep, I sent me a spreadsheet to who ever needs it. Right when I've written some ad copy for some of Jenny's clients. And I say, where's your speaker spreadsheet. And they send me a sheet that I know they've had to build manually. That really hurts my heart for them. And so that's one little example of a system or process that you might already be using somewhere else in your business. You can translate over to planning your summit. When it comes to communicating with outsourced we use slack. I use slack to communicate with just about everybody except for my ghostwriter. I use email for that. But that's a system. Right now I have one place I can communicate to everybody. Now I just need to build a process around that. Well, my process tends to be firing off things as I think of them. So maybe I need to work on that. ButJennie Wright 24:45yeah, and I think the point that you're I think the good point out of this is there's systems and processes that you can put in place that help create the time. Right? I don't like being I don't like being on email. I hate I hate sending emails. Back and forth. When I'm doing a summit with a client, I actually despise getting a boatload of emails like, oh, here's the link to such and such. And here's the link, like, that drives me nuts, because to me, it's, it's duplication of work where you could have everything centralized in my world, centralized into one spot. to really put a fine point on this, I'm usually managing anywhere between four to six summits at any given time. you're managing one, right you the person, you're the client, or managing one, I'm managing five or six. So the centralization and the, you know, making things really system like system driven, is going to help. So I will teach my clients how to do that you actually, because we've worked together, you know, all these things. And you've grown those processes, and you had a lot of them before I even met you. But I will teach people the systems and processes that can save them time, right. And then there's the great thing about templates, Allison, and I both adore templates. Templates are timesavers. So I just worked with a client who's running a really big summit. It's gonna be a six figure summit. It's huge. And one of the things they didn't have is, they were just doing this summit into English for the first time. They're an overseas client. And they are not proficient in English. In terms of writing, we had templates, right. So we had communication templates, with the experts, communication templates with this and that, first of all, you can either make those templates, and if you're going to do more than one summit, and trust me, if I have my way you will write, you can template, this kind of stuff. So that you know, you don't have to write it 10 times you can write it once and reuse. So templates are going to be your friend for sure and saving you time and also a ton of mental anguish when it comes to writing and figuring all this kind of stuff out.Alyson Lex 26:54Now, I do want to give a caveat, because there are a lot of templates out there for sale, people give them away. This is just my copywriters soul coming through, please personalize your templates, please don't just drop them in like a Madlib and go personalize them, make it so that they're totally you use them as a format or a formula. Because otherwise, it's not going to feel like your summit. That's all and right. Now, it's good. Yeah,Jennie Wright 27:29I appreciate the fact that you're talking about that. Because that keeps everybody on their toes in terms of not just copying and pasting, which we don't want them to do. Alright. So we want to make sure that you work your summit into your work into how you work. So summits are not cookie cutter. And it doesn't mean that you're going to change how you actually approach your work. So if your work style is how you're you know, take a look at the way that you're currently working. If you are a get up early, before everybody else is up in the house, and get stuff done. And then you take a break mid morning and you do chores, or whatever you want to do, right? That's awesome. It's also me. And you take a break midday because I do and then you get back at it later, then you can work a summit into that, what I don't want you to do is go, Wow, this woman is going to change everything. And I have to change everything about how I work, you're going to hate it. If you hate the process, you're really not going to enjoy the event. If you don't enjoy the event, you're not going to have a good result potentially, if you don't have a good result, potentially you didn't enjoy it, you're never going to do it again. Or you're going to wait six years and get badgered by somebody like me until you're willing to do it again. And you don't want that either. SoAlyson Lex 28:45because it gets really annoying after a while, you also have to know where your non negotiables are. And that's one of Jenny's favorite words to is non negotiable. And that's basically saying like, this is just something that has to happen. And it's not open for discussion. It is what it is, for me that certain things like Friday nights are my kids virtual karate class. There's no moving not. Now, can I talk to my husband and have him do it? Yeah, but I can't record at that time, because it's right in the next room and they are not quiet. Right. So that's a non negotiable. I can do work at that time. But I can't record at that time. I can't be on a call at that time. Not movable. What else is a non negotiable. Jenny's morning Yoga is a non negotiable. That's part of that challenge that she's doing? So if a client says I would like to have a first thing in the morning call, no, I have yoga, it's a non negotiable. I think it's really important to know where those are in your life and in your business. Right I'm part of a coaching program, there's a call every Tuesday at two o'clock, non negotiable. For me, it's an investment I made in my business. So start there and then plan around it. And that way, you're not gonna feel like you're giving up your whole world. Because I think that's the feeling that that I had. It took me this whole episode to kind of land into it, I felt like I was giving up something, to not get something else. That's why the summit felt like such a failure, because it wasn't successful. And I had sacrificed so much. Because I worked so hard. And it was actually to the detriment of my business. Because I was so focused on this summit, that I wasn't focused on serving clients, I wasn't focused on finding new clients. So not only did I not make money from the summit, but I didn't make money after because I hadn't hustled the way that I needed to hustle to get clients. Right. So I felt like I gave up all of this stuff. For something that didn't work. So if I could have avoided feeling like I was giving something up, I could have entered the summit with a different attitude. I could have exited the summit with a different attitude, even if it didn't meet my expectations. I wouldn't have had such a bad feeling about it.Jennie Wright 31:34too. Yes. Yes, very much.Alyson Lex 31:41So money for you got a tongue tied?Jennie Wright 31:42No, it's Yeah. So that's, I've got to edit that out. You do a fat the ladder clap. When it comes to what Alyson was talking about the sacrifice of time and sacrifice, of not investing in still getting other clients and not getting any money out of it. One of the things that the point that she's making that is incredible here is that if it's planned, you have non negotiables, you give yourself enough time you make it fit into your life the way it is right now, then you're not going to hate the process. And you're still going to be able to do the things that you're normally doing. Will you have to, quote unquote, sacrifice something else a little bit? Yeah, you do have to make some adjustments. But it's just an adjustment. It's looking at your schedule and finding the space. And we all can make that space. Trust me, if it's important enough, you'll do it. And it is important. If you do a summit, you will create a list injection. If you do a summit, you will create an income injection. If you do a summit, you will increase your ability to do video, audio, joint venture partnerships, all these different things, copywriting, all of it. And if you do a summit, you're going to uplevel all these different skills in combination. And it's going to make it easier for you to grow your business in the future. There are no downsides. In that way. The only downside, the only barrier is actually you. And the people that you choose to be on your event, which is why you have to be incredibly picky with your experts, which is a totally different episode.Alyson Lex 33:25Totally different episode, totallyJennie Wright 33:27different episode, we could go down the rabbit hole there. But in terms of time, and sacrifice, and all those things, it's worth it. And if this episode hasn't been able to get that across, then I'm I'd be shocked. Hopefully it has. And if you're thinking about a summit, if you're interested in doing a summit try and get more information if you want to check out what I'm doing in terms of summits come and find me. I talk about them all the time. It's Jennie wright.com. You can also find me on Facebook and Instagram and all those things. I'm still learning clubhouse, we won't go there.Alyson Lex 34:01I also want to say if this episode hasn't convinced you that it's time to do a summit. Here's what I want you to do. I want you to download this episode as an mp3 however you can. And I want you just set it as your morning alarm every morning when you get up. Because that's what my last six years has been like. It hasn't been that bad. No, it really hasn't been that bad. But this is the stuff that Jenny has been trying to get through my head for a long time. You might feel resistant. And that's okay. I get it six years, guys. I resisted this for six years. You will get there. But I'm excited now. I'm excited, man. I'm terrified. Like let's just put that out there. I'm scared. I'm nervous and overwhelmed. I'm kind of freaking out a little bit. I'm wondering what the heck I've gotten myself into. But I'm also really excited because I know this time is going to be different because I have that plan for success. And I have someone on my side to help me get there. That is really important. So get yourself a really good support team, find yourself an amazing cheerleader, someone to help keep you from getting overwhelmed someone to guide you in the right direction. If you need a reference for someone, I happen to know someone who can do all that, but build your support system in a way that will guide you forward. That's just as important as getting your own head stuff, right?Jennie Wright 35:30Yep, I agree. And if you need me to be your feed me to be that person in your ear in the morning to try and get you moving forward. Download the episode, like Allison said, and then listen to it. Because my voice is that aggravating it will make you eventually do one of two things, stop listening or do the summit. All right. Having said that, I hope that you guys found this to be a helpful episode that you got something out of this that'll help you make a decision whether or not you think a summit will fit. Keep in mind that it is not as terrifying as you think from somebody who's done it as many times as I have. How Alyson feels is completely understandable. But it also is tempered with the fact that it's just the unknown. And as she moves along the process, the terror will subside, the fear will subside, and she will get more and more excited and encouraged and all those things. So that's all going to happen for her. And it will happen for you as well. So thank you for listening to this episode. If you have any questions about this or comments, please do leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you. And if you're not already, please do subscribe to the podcast. So you're catching all of the episodes of the System to THRIVE. We would love to have you do that so that you don't miss anything at all. Thank you so much for being on with us and listening in and we will be back very soon answering another big question.
SHR # 2814:: Can We Make Our Immune System Younger? plus Treat Beef Like Coal? - Nikolina Lauc - Will Harris - Our immune system keeps us alive and IgG glycome composition associated with life expectancy in 27 different countries, it is associated even with the development index in the individual countries, meaning part of it is socioeconomic, in the UK life expectancy can vary by 17 years based on your postcode (it went from 10-17yrs since covid). We look at the glycome as a possible better way to assess biological age than methylation clocks on todays show and how to influence you glycome and age better. PLUS In a recent article published in The Economist the author suggested that beef is as bad for the planet as coal and, as such, should be eliminated just like the fossil fuel. But are they right? Visit White Oak Pastures at http://shrnetwork.biz/whiteoak and get 10% OFF sitewide using code SUPERHUMAN .
Accelerating a global clean energy transition has never been more vital to curbing the worst impacts of climate change, but greenhouse gas emissions and the use of hydrocarbons continues to rise. And even as several global fossil fuel giants announce clean energy initiatives, net zero timelines, and carbon capture projects, they continue to invest in oil and gas. For a closer look at the role that legacy fossil fuel companies can and should play in the clean energy transition moving forward, Host Jason Bordoff spoke with Laszlo Varro — Vice President of Global Business Environment at Shell. Before taking this position, he spent a decade at the IEA as Head of Gas, Coal and Electricity Markets and then as the organization's Chief Economist. They spoke about his take on the IEA's outlook on the transition, natural gas as a bridge fuel and how traditional oil companies like Shell are responding to growing consumer demand for a clean transition.
People in coal country are pleading for help as coal's decline accelerates. This week on Inside Appalachia, we explore the economic and health impacts coal has had on coal communities in Appalachia. We'll talk about the past and the future of this industry, through the lens of its labor history, to the climate crisis. And we'll hear from members of Indigenous communities on how they feel about the future of coal.
Welcome! Thank you for watching this video – HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022! Turning Your Coal Into Diamonds! If you want to check out the Masterclass on The Importance of Choosing Your New Currency For Success, here is the link: https://juliesaillant.gumroad.com/l/hQBsd To find out more about The Brave Academy and send in your application, link is here: The Brave Academy (juliesaillant.com) The Brave Academy is a private community of like-minded people in a judgment free zone where you can express yourself and discuss spiritual messages, higher consciousness and more. This is for leaders and entrepreneurs who are ready to go to the next level in their ascension process. Self-Talk: Switching from lack to abundance and fear to faith A monthly live Q & A call with Julie and Julius Anthony answering your questions Guided meditations Videos with accompanying homework Personalized journal entries and affirmations Surprise goodies throughout the coming months! Welcome my gifted friends!! I am your spiritual teacher, Julie Saillant. Thank you for watching and don't forget to like, share and subscribe. Please leave me a comment as I respond to them all. Links below to work with me!
Welcome to Spencer and Vogue!In this ep, Spen and Vogue recap Christmas with the family, best and worst Christmas gifts, look to the New Year and set each other resolutions, they've been the the panto, Spen's been pulling his weight with the kids and a little beginning of the year plug. Remember, if you want to get involved you can:Email us at Spencerandvoguepod@gmail.com OR drop find us on socials @voguewilliams @spencermatthewsListen and subscribe to Spencer and Vogue on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
0:00 - Dan & Amy discuss the devastating and disturbing violence that closed out 2021 13:59 - More Chicago violence over the holidays 30:55 - Dan & Amy react to day 1 of Chicago vax mandates/passes 52:06 - Mayor of Orland Park and candidate for congress (6th district), Keith Pekau, explains why he will not enforce the Cook County Vaccine mandates. For more on Keith's congressional run - keithpekau.com 01:05:44 - Vice President of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies at The Heritage Foundation, Lt Col James Carafano: 1/6 Commission has jumped the shark. Check out Jim's most recent book: Brutal War: Jungle Fighting in Papua New Guinea, 1942 01:26:37 - Dr. Chad Savage, founder of YourChoice Direct Care and policy advisor for The Heartland Institute, plays some before/after with US health officials COVID statements 01:45:12 - Dan & Amy re-celebrate NYE with CNN 01:53:38 - Alex Epstein, Founder of Center for Industrial Progress, author of Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas–Not Less(4/19/22), watched “Don't Look Up” so you don't have to. Read more of Alex's work - alexepstein.substack.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's show, Kipp Dawson, a woman coal miner active in the women miners' movement of the 1970s, '80s and '90s, on women's empowerment and recent labor history. Kim comes to us from the Willamette Wake Up Labor Report, which airs on KMUZ in Salem, Oregon. Then, the DC Labor Chorus on Billionaires in Space and, on this week's Labor History in Two: industrial unionists hold a secret meeting in Chicago. Questions, comments or suggestions welcome, and to find out how you can be a part of Labor History Today, email us at LaborHistoryToday@gmail.com Labor History Today is produced by Union City Radio and the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor. #LaborRadioPod #History #WorkingClass #ClassStruggle @GeorgetownKILWP #LaborHistory @UMDMLA @ILLaborHistory @AFLCIO @StrikeHistory #History #WorkingClass #ClassStruggle This week's music: We Were There, Billionaires in Space and Nancy on the Med-Surge floor, all from the DC Labor Chorus' 2021 Holiday Concert.
This show was first broadcast on the 31st of December, 2021For more info and tracklisting, visit: https://thefaceradio.com/the-northern-coal-experience/Tune into new broadcasts of The Northern Coal Experience, Friday from 8 – 10 PM EST / 1 - 3 AM GMT (Saturday).Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smooveandturrellInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/smooveturrell/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SmooveTurrellEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
cw: description of needles/injection, death mention, anti-Blackness This week we present each other with secondary research all about the festive traditions of 1830s Paris! Perfect for all your fic-writing needs. We learn a lot about fruit, shaving foam and coal mining, and Jean Valjean subscribes to Teen Vogue. Then there's a distinct tonal change from holiday cheer to anti-war propaganda and then period-typical racism! This podcast was produced by Nemo Martin and Julian Yap. The audio direction and intro composing was by JDWasabi. It is a Captain's Collection Creation. Bread & Barricades (@LesMisPodcast) | Twitter Bread & Barricades | Tumblr Nemo Martin (@zeus_japonicus) | Twitter Jade Leamcharaskul (@JDWasabi) | Twitter Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/lesmispodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LesMisPodcast Theme song: https://jdwasabi.bandcamp.com/track/bread-barricades-a-les-mis-podcast-intro-theme-song-full Transcripts and Bibliogs: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1pgYo6VOqUk_XtnjcG4Gm6ng8KeHRjFrn?usp=sharing This episode specific bibliography Andrew Lloyd Webber comments
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, “From coal to cool: Cumberland booms again” by Andrew Findlay. Narrated by Cameron Welch. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic Instagram @CapitalDaily Facebook @CapitalDailyVic
Coal was an important commodity in early North Dakota, a resource that could promote the state. This worked out well for General W. D. Washburn, a former US Senator and a surveyor-General from Minnesota. In 1898, Washburn had purchased a chunk of land to promote settlement and develop any resources. It turned out that the land had huge coal deposits, and Washburn would come to own several coal mines in central North Dakota.
HK pro-democracy media closes after police raid 4 suspects paraded in public in Chinese city Coal burning banned in Hebei ahead of Olympics Top German official won't attend winter games Walmart faces potential boycott in China
In an annual tradition, out of the dozens of movies the Deucecast loved... and out of the hundreds of movies The Deucecast guys liked... there are those that just didn't land, or maybe even crashed and burned in a spectacularly bad way. Mikey, d$, and The Surgical Dr Earl welcome in the Spawn of Ryfun, Lil G Dawg, to discuss the bad, the terrible, the horrible, and the worst movies seen all year long. First up, a few "gifts" from the previous episode, as Dr Earl and Lil G discuss whatever the crap Malick is doing, while d$ gives Dr Earl his epic present for the year. And Dr Earl hands out some gifts of his very own! Then, a look at the worst of the worst, with bad Tom Holland... worst Anne Hathaway... crap Marvel films... sucktastic remakes... horrifically bad horror flicks... awful Lebron... a Costas Mandylor film... disappointing Jessie Spano... boring Hugh Jackman... the well made, good movies that d$ just didn't like, or get, the Nic Cage movie that broke Lil G... And the Bruce Willis film that broke Mikey. The Ascent (Criterion Channel) The Banana Splits Movie (for rental, but don't) Chaos Walking (Hulu) Cherry (AppleTV+) The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Garrison Watch It (HBO Max) Cosmic Sin (Netflix) Dear Evan Hanson (for rental, but maybe you shouldnt) Diabolique (1996) (Amazon Prime) Ernest Saves Christmas (Disney+) Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (for rental) Eternals (for rental in January on Disney+) Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (for rental) Hitman Bodyguard's Wife (for rental) HBO Max (HBO Max) Joseph & Mary (TubiTV; for rental) Lawrence of Arabia (for rental) Locked Down (HBO Max) The Movie Going Audience (most mirrors) New Mutants (HBO Max) Reminiscence (for rental, but don't) Space Jam: A New Legacy (HBO Max) Swimf@n (for rental) Thunder Force (Netflix) Tom & Jerry (HBO Max) Those Who Wish Me Dead (HBO Max) A Week Away (Netflix) Willy's Wonderland (Hulu) You Don't Nomi (for rental)
As the days left in 2021 dwindle, you may feel that annual tug to judge this calendar year as cruelly as possible. After all, it was yet another year lived in a pandemic, on a warming planet, with teetering democracies and aspirational autocrats (tune in next week for that debate). But is it actually true? Did the world really get worse in 2021?For this Very NYT Opinion New Year's Eve* episode of “The Argument,” Jane Coaston called upon podcast listeners and Opinion voices like the columnists Michelle Goldberg, Farhad Manjoo and Jamelle Bouie, the editorial board member Michelle Cottle and the musician and contributing writer Tom Morello to make the case for whether the world will enter 2022 a little bit better, or a little bit worse for wear.*close enoughMentioned in this episode:Michelle Goldberg's column “The Problem of Political Despair”Michelle Cottle's editorials on Liz Cheney, Joe Manchin, progressive frustrations with Democrats and the future elections that could shake both partiesJamelle Bouie's newsletter on “Nightmare on Elm Street” — sign up for Jamelle's newsletter hereFarhad Manjoo's columns on the wind and solar energy boom, the California drought and the carbon footprint of travelTom Morello's newsletter on his 98-year-old mom's radical compassion — sign up for Tom's newsletter here“Devil Put the Coal in the Ground,” by Steve Earle“The Argument” episode on qualified immunity and Tony Timpa's case
Our summer series brings you some of the best conversations from our webinars in 2021. This episode we're bringing you a conversation about coal, climate change and conservatives and why NSW needs a moratorium on new coal mines with former Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, in conversation with the Australia Institute's chief economist Dr Richard Denniss.This was recorded live on 27 April 2021 and things may have changed since recording. Host: Ebony Bennett, Deputy Director at the Australia Institute // @ebony_bennettGuests:Hon. Malcolm Turnbull AO, former Prime Minister of Australia // @TurnbullMalcolmDr Richard Denniss, chief economist The Australia Institute // @RDNS_TAIThe Australia Institute // @theausinstituteProducer: Jennifer Macey // @jennifermaceyTheme Music: Pulse and Thrum; additional music by Blue Dot Sessions
•Starbucks Drive-thru Line Cutter! Brenda expresses her annoyance at their insipid entitlement. •Is GHISLAINE MAXWELL a criminal mastermind OR a victim of radical manipulation by JEFFERY EPSTEIN?! Collier draws the parallels between Epstein and NXIVM sex-cult leader Keith Raniere; Collier shares his first-person perspective on Hollywood's transactional sex trade business. • *WTF* Moment: The body of a nine-year-old girl is found stuffed in a duffel bag in an Oregon forest, not far from where Brenda used to live! Shawna Browning, and her 'significant other' Lauren Harrison, were charged after DNA testing of the body revealed her to be Haley-Mae Coblentz, Browning's daughter. Collier and Brenda struggle to reconcile this heinous crime! •Christmas Miracle / Schadenfeud moment: Reality TV star turned Molester & Kiddy Porn Peddler-Molester JOSH DUGGAR is headed to prison! Duggar's defiance reminds Collier of confronting his Father's BLATANT denial of molestation in the film A Murder in Mansfield. •Collier returns to Mansfield, Ohio for his annual Christmas Holiday pilgrimage! Ho! Ho! Ho! It's Christmas time with Moving Past Murder! Support this podcast by visiting our new PATREON page: http://www.patreon.com/collierlandry (http://www.patreon.com/collierlandry) Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/collierlandry (http://www.instagram.com/collierlandry) Subscribe to my YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/collierlandry (http://www.youtube.com/collierlandry) Note: As always, this podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW ...even when working from home.
Dangle's favorites! For a full hour of riveting talk, the incredible Alex Coal gives you a degree of access rarely offered. She discusses conventions and fan interactions, new projects, feature dancing, being single, work schedules, award nominations and mental health. It's a conversation with entertainment and depth as it brings you a level of appreciation for an incredible performer!
What can you do in your personal life to help combat climate change? Justin and Lance discuss the natural gas shortages ahead of winter and how to make your kitchen less wasteful. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, green, environment, economy, natural gas, coal, fossil feul, government, money, solar, wind, food, kitchen
Crews continue battling a massive tire fire in Nicholas County. Coal and Natural Gas industry leaders are sending messages to U.S. Senator Joe Manchin over his refusal to support the current form of the Build Back Better plan. Kanawha County has detected the first case of the Omicron variant of Covid 19 and a CBS News piece spotlights the West Virginia anthem Country Roads with huge praise for the Mountain State. In Sports, fans are hoping the Mountaineers will be singing Country Roads in the desert early tomorrow morning as it's gameday for WVU and Minnesota in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.
Dancing Nurses in Biden's White House? Zero dignity in that strange spectacle. Lamenting the ongoing trivialization of health care professionals in America. Who thought that was a good idea? Rep. Jim Jordan says the Biden Administration "has done everything wrong." Let us count the ways, in all things foreign and domestic. Analyzing the karma of the Biden Installation Disaster. They pulled out all the stops to get rid of Trump, but maybe in the end they've mostly only harmed themselves? Morale plunging for staffers in the Biden White House, according to Politico. It's getting to them. Lump of Coal for Jen Psaki. Meanwhile, Biden gets a new dog. Cynical political ploy? The tone deaf Twilight Zone. With Listener Calls. Happy New Year to Backbone Country! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host Jeff Lloyd and Sports Illustrated's Pete Smith take you through the difficult loss in Green Bay where the Browns couldn't overcome 4 interceptions. The offense which has been sluggish for over a month should vast improvement yesterday. Nick Chubb, Rashard Higgins, Jarvis Landry, and rookie Anthony Schwartz all contributed when their numbers were called. Whether there were penalties or not, Baker Mayfield's interceptions can not happen at that rate in a game against an opponent of that caliber. The defense showed very well with no pass rush and missing their top five acquisitions this off-season. Browns aren't dead yet but need a ton of help. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #AnthonySchwartz #JOK #DenzelWard #GrantDelpit Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. StatHero StatHero is the first of its kind Daily Fantasy Sports platform where it's YOU vs. the HOUSE in head to head fantasy matchups - winner take all. Sign up for FREE - RIGHT NOW - at StatHero.com/LOCKEDON and use promo code LOCKEDON for a One Hundred Percent Deposit Match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This show was first broadcast on the 24th of December, 2021For more info and tracklisting, visit: https://thefaceradio.com/the-northern-coal-experience/Tune into new broadcasts of The Northern Coal Experience, Friday from 8 – 10 PM EST / 1 - 3 AM GMT (Saturday).Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smooveandturrellInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/smooveturrell/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SmooveTurrellEmail: email@example.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined, as always, by Jordan Williams to discuss Ohio State's early signing period and the class the Buckeyes have put together so far. We begin the show by talking about the successes in the 2022 class and we discuss the players we're the most excited about joining the Buckeyes. We get into the coach recruiter rankings and reflect on the biggest misses in the class. Moving forward, we get into a discussion about what we learned in our film studies for Jim Knowles. We discuss some of the position fits and the parts that make a Knowles defense special. We talk about the coverages and some of the wildest things we saw from Oklahoma State's defense last year. After that we get back into our recruiting discussion, and this time look at it from an NIL perspective. We tell you why NIL hasn't changed recruiting, we discuss how it might change recruiting, and then we discuss why there should be no problems with money in college football. Our final discussion gets into some of the smaller news and notes like Jim Knowles getting the lay of the land. We talk about a few players who are going to have big opportunities with the fresh start. Then we discuss our new Gator friend in transfer and former Buckeye quarterback Jack Miller. Lastly, we close out the show with first thoughts of the Rose Bowl since the match up was announced. Connect with the Show Twitter: @BuckOffPod Connect with Chris Renne: Twitter: @ChrisRenneCFB Connect with Jordan Williams Twitter: @JordanW330 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A tradition like no other, Swish FM's annual "Naughty & Nice" episode has arrived! This week we're doling out holiday cheer... as well as coal.Brandon Lisy (Whammy)Twitter: @brandonlisyTikTok: @whammy45Swish FM is Chris Wendelken and Ben Craw.SWISH FM:Web: SwishFM.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @SwishFMRadioInstagram: @SwishFMRadioApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Stitcher: stitcher.com/s?fid=342861Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsiHeart: ihr.fm/312LC1l MUSIC: Artist: LetheretteAlbum: Brown Lounge, Vol. 1Title: Montego FuzzLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spoti.fi/2kqAhoT
This week, Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin said he cannot support the Build Back Better Act, which contains more than half a trillion dollars in climate investments. The White House has been negotiating with Manchin for months, hoping he would cast a key vote for the plan in the Senate, where their party's majority is razor thin. Without Manchin's support, the Biden administration's most ambitious action on climate may be dead, and the U.S. could fall short of key goals to prevent the worst effects of climate change. Reporters from NPR's climate change team — Jeff Brady, Lauren Sommer, and Dan Charles — take stock of where things go from here. NPR's Jennifer Ludden also contributed to this episode. Read her piece Manchin says Build Back Better's climate measures are risky. That's not true.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at email@example.com.
A VERY BRADY CHRISTMAS for the Saints but can they finish strong? Mike Nabors and Scott Shanle break it down the matchup vs the Dolphins, discuss what would be the perfect gift for the black and gold, who is the biggest winner from the Bucs game, was PJ's hit dirty, and much more!
Search for the "Dear Chelsea..." Podcast and download new episodes every Thursday! Therapist Lori Gottlieb joins Chelsea in the studio to talk about breakups, career changes, and her book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. Then: A recent grad with a doctorate in psychology bristles when her family brushes her off. And a wife wonders how to fix the trauma-induced lack of intimacy in her marriage. * Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited & Engineered by Brandon Dickert * * * * * The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the Podcast author, or individuals participating in the Podcast, and do not represent the opinions of iHeartMedia or its employees. This Podcast should not be used as medical advice, mental health advice, mental health counseling or therapy, or as imparting any health care recommendations at all. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical, counseling advice and/or therapy from a competent health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issues, health inquiry or matter, including matters discussed on this Podcast. Guests and listeners should not rely on matters discussed in the Podcast and shall not act or shall refrain from acting based on information contained in the Podcast without first seeking independent medical advice. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Therapist Lori Gottlieb joins Chelsea in the studio to talk about breakups, career changes, and her book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. Then: A recent grad with a doctorate in psychology bristles when her family brushes her off. And a wife wonders how to fix the trauma-induced lack of intimacy in her marriage. * Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited & Engineered by Brandon Dickert * * * * * The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the Podcast author, or individuals participating in the Podcast, and do not represent the opinions of iHeartMedia or its employees. This Podcast should not be used as medical advice, mental health advice, mental health counseling or therapy, or as imparting any health care recommendations at all. Individuals are advised to seek independent medical, counseling advice and/or therapy from a competent health care professional with respect to any medical condition, mental health issues, health inquiry or matter, including matters discussed on this Podcast. Guests and listeners should not rely on matters discussed in the Podcast and shall not act or shall refrain from acting based on information contained in the Podcast without first seeking independent medical advice. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Photo: Members of Congress welcome at the West Virginia coal face with Joe Manchin. SalenaZito.com https://www.newskudo.com/ohio/adena/government/2926469-senator-joe-manchin-labor-secretary-marty-walsh-tour-ohio-county-coal-resources-mine
Host: Aaron Rittmaster Co-Hosts: Tim Hicks & Willie Crocker It's a MAYBE Merry Christmas with the DISDads Podcast PLUS. Aaron, Tim and Willie look back at what we've received from Disney this year, and identifies which were “gifts” and which were really lumps of coal. Thank you to the DISDads Podcast PLUS Sponsors, who help […]
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It’s that time of year again and Doc Holliday and Rock Splitting Politics wishes each of you a very Merry Christmas. We wish you health and blessings during these festive days. Doc Holliday talks some politics to get this week’s special show going and then he dives into the telling of a story that maybe a little […] The post Merry Christmas for All (Even Those Who Deserve Lumps of Coal!) appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
Jennifer Horn, filling in for Sebastian, talks about the downfall of Biden's agenda, tyrannical COVID mandates, and more, with special guests Stephen Moore, Rep. Mike Garcia, and Dr. Jeff Barke Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Democrats are furious with Manchin, but they still need him to pass a voting rights bill. Plus, while Biden readies for his big Covid speech, the man who brought us "lock her up" sounds nervous about the Jan. 6 committee. Mona Charen joins guest host Sarah Longwell on today's episode. Curious about the Secret Show? Try a Bulwark+ membership, free for the next 30 days and see what the Secret Pod is all about. TheBulwark.com/secret Special Guest: Mona Charen.
Depressingly relentless waves of the COVID-19 pandemic continued to wreak havoc around the world in 2021, which made it difficult and often impossible to regularly do the kind of on-the-ground reporting that we pride ourselves on here at TRNN. But the news didn't stop, and neither did we. Even if we couldn't cover them in person, our expansion of audio reporting at TRNN allowed us to intimately cover this year's most important stories and to bring you the voices of people on the front lines of the fight for a better world. In this special year-in-review episode of The Real News Network podcast, Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez and TRNN's resident radio legend Marc Steiner discuss the importance of audio reporting and the projects we're working on for 2022. They also recount some of the highlights from our coverage this past year on The Marc Steiner Show, Working People, and TRNN's other podcast offerings, including: the fall of Kabul to the Taliban; the fight for Indigenous land at Fairy Creek; Jewish activists around the world speaking out against the Israeli occupation; strikes at Kellogg's, Warrior Met Coal, Frito-Lay, and more; and the introduction of our new TRNN podcast Art for the End Times.Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/from-kabul-to-the-alabama-coal-mines-our-year-in-podcastsPre-Production/Studio: Dwayne GladdenPost-Production: Stephen FrankHelp us continue producing The Marc Steiner Show by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-mssSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-stGet The Marc Steiner Show updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-stLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Tochi and Zell get ready for a break! But first, they talk about Tochi's nomination for a Hugo Award, reparations to separated families, Manchin's threats to Build Back Better, and what Tochi and Zell are looking forward to in 2022!We want to hear from you! Let us know if you agree, disagree, or have question for Tochi or Zell. InnerCitizens@gmail.com. Thanks for subscribing, downloading, and listening! Text the show to your friends and tell them to check it out.Follow Tochi & Zell:On Twitter and Twitch:@TochiTrueStory@AZellWillOn Insta:@Treize64@AZellWill
Photo: For cooking gas. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #ClassicRichardEpstein: Do we prepare for coal to replace natural gas and renewables? @RichardAEpstein #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.hoover.org/research/global-warming-how-not-respond
Photo: Idle coal mine. . @Batchelorshow 1/2: #ClassicRichardEpstein: Do we prepare for coal to replace natural gas and renewables? @RichardAEpstein #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.hoover.org/research/global-warming-how-not-respond