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***Sponsored by: Better Help! Visit BetterHelp.com/Trace for 10% off your first month!***Twenty-one year old Bruce Falconer had finally gotten his life on track. Enlisting in the Marine Corps at the age of sixteen, Bruce returned home to his native North Dakota on leave. Assigned to a new post in Arizona, Bruce was excited for his military future when suddenly he and his childhood best friend, Timothy Jewell, mysteriously vanished on a cold, February night in 1981.In addition to Bruce's case, this episode also touches on the underpublicized disappearances of three women: Rebecca Reid from Eugene, OR in 1997, Robin Ellis from Philadelphia, PA in 2003 and Kathleen Haley from Newport News, VA in September of 2012.FB: https://www.facebook.com/TraceEvidencePod/IG: https://www.instagram.com/traceevidencepod/TW: https://twitter.com/TraceEvPodVisit https://www.trace-evidence.com for more information, case photos, contact information and more.Merch: https://traceevidence.threadless.com/ Music Courtesy of: "Lost Time" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
It's Friday afternoon and that means a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio is here to help you finish off your week with an hour of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we looked at the Oilers' defence taking yet another hit, Stuart Skinner's emergence between the pipes, another round of Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's podcast, we got started with a swing at how many goals Leon Draisaitl will have beside his name when the season comes to an end. I don't think any of us expect that he'll maintain this goal per game pace, but it was fun to hear everyone's guesses on where they think he'll end up by the time April rolls around. Sticking with Draisaitl, we dug into the clip of Trevor Zegras from Spittin Chiclets where the rookie talked about challenging Draisaitl to a bet on the opening faceoff and the former MVP chirping him in a way that only he can. From there we moved into the Oilers' injury woes that have come up over the last week, and how that's provided a huge opportunity for some of the younger guys that maybe we weren't expecting to arrive quite so quickly. We also looked ahead at tomorrow's matchup against the Vegas Golden Knights and how that is a massive game against a divisional team that has really started to turn things around after a slow start to their season. Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and Hot and Cold performers to recap what was yet another very busy week here in Edmonton.
This is a bonus episode where Jason Answers a question from Harry Sweeny on thermoregulation and how it affects WorldTour riders. If you ever ride around in the cold you will find this interesting. This is Jason Boynton, Ph.D. from boyntoncoaching.com answering the question. The Cycling Performance Club is also brought to you by Damian Ruse of semiprocycling.com and Cyrus Monk of cyclistscientist.com.Find us here:Instagram: @cyclingperformanceclubFacebook: @cyclingperformanceclubTwitter: @cyclingclubpod
In this episode, Staci Hall, Nicole Domuret and Mary Kate O'Connell shares tips on leading with the product while cold prospecting in network marketing. rankmakerslive.com Thanks for listening! Have some feedback to share? Leave us a review on iTunes! www.rayhigdon.com
This week the gals discuss the heinous government experiments known as MKUltra. More fucked up brainwashing stuff, yay! And Jeepers Creepers!Back in the 1950s, during the Cold and Korean Wars, the C.I.A. were a paranoid government agency, terrified of Communism and being the last in the global race to control the human mind. The C.I.A. went on a decades long mission to see if they could break and control the mind via LSD and other drugs, torture techniques including physical, emotional, mental and sexual abuse, and various other "brainwashing" techniques... on some knowing, and very often unknowing and unconsenting, American and Canadian citizens; often looking for those that they found "expendable". This is the first of a two-parter on MKUltra and Ted Kaczynski, the UNAbomber, because guess who had MKUltra experiments done on him as a teenager at Harvard... that's right, Kaczynski! So if you sometimes listen out of order, make sure to tune in to this episode before you listen to next week's!If you'd like to support your gals and the show, you can head over to patreon.com/TSFU and join for as little as $5 a month! That's less than a latte! And in honor of spooky season, throughout the rest of November, you get a 15% discount if you sign up for our annual membership! At our lowest level, that's only 14 cents a day for tons of swell Patreon perks!You can find links to all of our sources, our Discord, our super sweet merch store, and more at tsfuthepodcast.com!Follow us @tsfuthepodcast on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook!Audio engineering by Evette Darensbourg.
S3 EP10 - Ya Boys discuss all things Thanksgiving, including K's disdain for cold food that should be hot, a fella who has a tail, monkey sanctuaries, new Thanksgiving food ideas, and much more! Get you a Shirt from out New Shop! www.yaboyspodcast.com Follow us on Instagram, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and TikTok! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yaboyspodcast/support
There must be some Toros in the atmosphere cause Brad and Katie are watching Bring it On! The original, of course. Starring Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union as captains of two rival cheerleading squads, Bring it On takes you into the cutthroat world of high school cheerleading, But, do the spirit fingers still deserve a perfect score, or does Bring it On fall flat on its face? Find out in this week's episode of Well...I Liked It!
On November 25, 1950, one of the greatest November storms in recorded North American History blasted the eastern half of the United States and Canada with unprecedented early season snow and cold, paralyzing the region for more than a week and causing untold damage and suffering. Cold air had been scarce in the lower 48 states in November, but was building to prodigious proportions across the artic. It was unleased southward in a bitter blast that would even be extreme in the depths of winter let along November. Caused by a huge wave action high in the atmosphere in the jet stream those high-level winds plunged southward right out of the Yukon. On the eastern side of the continent the wave action cut off into a swirling ball of winds that spawned a monster storm. Known as The Great Appalachian Storm, it achieved the region's greatest sustained wind force when gales continued at many points for 12 hours or more. At coastal cities, such as Newark and Boston, single minute speeds in excess of 80 mph were registered. Peak gusts were recorded of 110 mph at Concord, NH, 108 mph at Newark, NJ, and 100 mph at Hartford, CT. Atop Mt. Washington a wind gust hit 160 mph from the SE early on the 26th. Central Park in the heart of sheltered Manhattan Island set an 80-year record with fastest mile of 70 mph. There were 34 deaths across New York State. Heavy flooding rains along coast. The snowfalls were equally as extreme almost 28” in Pittsburgh. Toronto had its greatest one-day November snowfall of a foot and in Steubenville Ohio snow piled up to a depth of more than 36” – 3 feet! Roads were blocked and roofs collapsed. Just behind the storm came some of the coldest temperature of the winter. Both Louisville, Kentucky and Nashville, Tennessee dipped to 1 below zero the earliest below zero reading on record. In Atlanta the mercury dropped to 2 above, and despite sunshine the afternoon high temperature only reached 17. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
為強化台灣新創的國際知名度， 國發會推動 NEXT BIG 新創明日之星計畫， 首波推舉台灣9家指標型新創， 作為新經濟多元產業發展的典範代表。 其中金融軟體服務的 庫幣科技（CoolBitX）， 是打造全球前3大冷錢包的區塊鏈安全公司。 全球加密貨幣夯，購買加密貨幣後， 目前最安全的存放方式就是存在「冷錢包（Cold Wallet）」 但在2014年剛創立庫幣科技時， 當時團隊曾一毛都募不到，甚至常有人覺得是詐騙。 本集邀請 庫幣科技（CoolBitX）創辦人 歐仕邁， 來和我們分享創業過程以及「coolwallet 冷錢包」！ 歡迎收聽！
This week on Not Well we talk about: New Hampshire for Thanksgiving Interesting trip to NYC Throwing up at a restaurant Margarita sizes Hookah The Eagle Gay Bar Jock Night Sweaty Men Eiffel Tower Position Multiple men at once Bad text exchange Lost Jackets Lesbian couple presenting Van Gogh Starry Night in person Brunch Shit Faced Lesbian Pizza IVF baby switch Friendships Trauma Mental Health Gay Sex Blow Jobs Penetration Overweight Homeless People MOMA Thanksgiving Tiramisu is nasty So is Flan Seeing old HS people or "Friends" Trying to have sex with bullies from HS What if this conversation is your last with someone and no one died Fun Stuff:Van Gogh - Starry Night Explained Eiffel Tower - Upon its completion in March 1889, the Tower measured 300 meters (985 feet) high. Surprisingly, this measurement isn't static: Cold weather can shrink the Tower by up to six inches. (Fellas we can relate I'm sure) ADULTS ONLY DiscordJOIN NOWFollow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/shesnotdoingsowell/Please share with your friends and make sure you rate and subscribe! #gaypodcast #podcast #gay #lgbtq #queerpodcast #lgbt #lgbtpodcast #lgbtqpodcast #gaypodcaster #queer#instagay #podcasts #podcasting #gaylife #pride #lesbian #bhfyp #gaycomedy #comedypodcast #comedy #nyc #614 #shesnotdoingsowell #Badsanta #gayuk #NotWell #Bottom #Google #metaverse #bear #Eagle #gays #eiffeltower #blowjobs #penatration #lesbianpizza #Pizza #Thanksgiving #highschool Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/notwellpodcast)
September 30, 1987. Northumberland County, Virginia. The body of 45-year old Kay Hall is discovered on a back road underneath her pick-up truck. She has been run over and her husband, Bob Hall, immediately becomes the prime suspect. Even though Bob stood to collect on an inheritance Kay had just received and there are issues […]
Join DocECocky as he rides solo on this audio adventure. I start by providing you guys with some unconventional tips for cold and flu season (5:45) and some infection-fighting foods. The holiday season is also notorious for depression so I talk about that and medications that can cause low libido (15:08). What are some top essential meds you need when traveling this season? I give you a top 10 list. And then for my IYDKNYK segment, I talk about my experience taking the supplement Glutathione (26:30) and end with my personal top 5 essential foods for that Thanksgiving meal. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!
Have you ever felt like you were growing cold in God? It's not a good place to be. Today we talk about how to stay out of that spot. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/douglas-boyd/message
Did you know a Christian can grow cold in God? It's a very scary thought but it happens. A number of factors contribute to it, today we go over three of them. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/douglas-boyd/message
On this episode of the What Do You Think About Podcast. The fellas discuss the passing of Yound Dolph. Irv Gotti upset with Ashanti for wanting to re-recording her albums. Cold weather can cause winter vagina. R.Kelly NYC cellmate releases comic detailing their life behind bars. Mike Tyson would reportedly have sex with groupies before fights to let go of adrenaline. Plus much much more…….
Generating revenue must outpace expenses and the gap between the two is cash flow. Where are you at and what function do you need to focus on most to grow and scale your business, right now? Property management growth expert and founder/CEO of DoorGrow, Jason Hull talks about the six core functions of a business. It's a concept he has expanded based upon what he learned from his mentors, Alex Charfen and Tim Francis. You'll Learn... [01:22] Core Functions: Jason took what he learned, applied it to property management. [02:14] Rate and Rank 1-5: Assess your business through the lens of core functions. [03:16] Function #1: Lead Generation - get contact info from potential prospects. [03:39] Function #2: Nurture - take and follow-up on lead opportunities to build trust. [04:30] Function #3: Conversion/Sales - deal w/ objections, convince others, close deal. [06:36] Function #4: Delivery/Fulfillment - do property management work promised. [10:03] Function #5: Customer Lifetime Value - increase long-term retention. [11:08] Function #6: Finances - internal cash flow, revenue, expenses, and profits. Tweetables “Finances was the additional function.” “You cannot have all of these areas be great at the same time.” “Your ability to convert and convince people during the sales process is a skill that develops over time and gets better and better and better the more you do it.” Resources DoorGrow and Scale Mastermind DoorGrow on Instagram DoorGrow on YouTube DoorGrowClub DoorGrowLive Alex Charfen Tim Francis LeadSimple Profit First by Mike Michalowicz Transcript Welcome, DoorGrow hackers, to the DoorGrowShow. If you are a property management entrepreneur that wants to add doors, make a difference, increase revenue, help others impact lives, you are interested in growing your business and life, and you are open to doing things a bit differently, then you are a DoorGrow hacker. DoorGrow hackers love the opportunities, daily variety, unique challenges, and freedom that property management brings. Many in real estate think you're crazy for doing it. You think they're crazy for not because you realize that property management is the ultimate high-trust gateway to real estate deals, relationships, and residual income. At DoorGrow, we are on a mission to transform property management business and their business owners. We want to transform the industry, eliminate the BS, build awareness, change perception, expand the market, and help the best property management entrepreneurs win. I'm your host, property management growth expert, Jason Hull, the founder and CEO of DoorGrow. Now, let's get into the show. Today, I wanted to talk about what I would call the core functions. This is a concept that I built upon that I learned from one of my mentors, Alex Scharffen, and he had what he would call the five core functions of the business. To me, it felt a little bit incomplete for myself and so eventually in working with Tim Francis, another mentor and coach and friend of mine here in Austin, I realized there was something else missing because I was focusing on those five core functions, but still, financially, I had some challenges. That's why I was working with Tim. He's a really good financial coach. He's one of the financial mentors that I've worked with. Finance was the additional function. I'm going to take you through these core functions and this is a way you can assess your business. As you're listening along, feel free to assess your business through the lens of the core functions, take notes, and identify each of these core functions of the business, and rate them on a scale of one to five. One being the worst, five being it's amazing. The most important thing I think to know about the core functions of the business and recognize is that it's impossible for all six of these core functions and the six core functions to be a level five at the same time. It's impossible. You cannot have all of these areas be great at the same time. As you grow and level up the business, you're going to notice deficiencies or you're going to want to level these areas up. There are levels to each of these six areas in which you can get better and better and better over time. That being said, when something is doing really well, other things are going to feel constrained and be a challenge. The first function that we'll chat about is lead generation. I call it lead gen for short. With lead gen, this is getting contact info and there are lots of different ways you can get contact info of potential people that might be interested in property management or potential prospects. In general, that's lead generation, so go ahead and rate that. The next function that you want to focus on is nurture. This is where you take these leads, these opportunities, and you nurture them, which means you warm them up or inject more trust. You create more of a relationship to warm up these leads to move them towards the next function, so go ahead and rate your nurture. Nurture relates to follow up, it relates to your ability to warm up these leads to build trust, to build relationships, and it could relate in your business the systems and processes related to this like whether you have a sales CRM like LeadSimple or something. Whether you've got the processes built out, you've got a good sales pipeline, you've got workflow you've got follow up, maybe having a follow up assistant, or needing one relates to the nurture category. The next category is where nurture leads them to, which is conversion or sales. This is where you're closing the deal. Number three, conversion or sales. Go ahead and rate your ability in conversion or sales. This is to deal with objections, close the deal, convince them to work with you instead of the other company they're maybe talking to or the other companies they're vetting. Your ability to convert and convince people during the sales process is a skill that develops over time and gets better and better and better the more you do it. Go ahead and rate yourself there. These first three relate basically to the front end of the business or sales. What I will hear a lot is people say, oh, my close rate, I'm like 90%. I'm a badass at sales, but then you ask them, where are you getting your leads? And they're like, they're mostly referrals, they're referrals. Cool. If you have a close rate less than 90% probably and they're warm hot referrals, you probably have a problem. That's the cool thing. If you get the right type of lead generation, nurture almost becomes unnecessary. You don't really have to warm them up. Then conversion also is largely dealt with because you're going to get the deal, you just don't screw it up. Now, when you start dealing with colder leads and colder prospects, my goal with clients is to make sure that you are a badass at conversion or sales and that you notice if that function feels weak right now because you've started maybe focusing on colder leads, or you're just not closing as many of the conversations that you've been prospecting or working with as you want. Maybe that function is weak. We can improve that significantly. One of the easiest ways to collapse time on these first three functions is to just focus on warmer lead opportunities instead of advertising or cold lead opportunities. Cold leads would be like SEO, PayPerClick, content marketing, social media marketing, pay per lead services like [...] et cetera. Those take a lot more time and I've talked about that in other trainings and other podcasts, I'm sure many times. Number four, this is more shifting into the back end of the business or behind the paywall. Once they've converted into a customer, they've signed the contract, they're now a client. The next step, item four, would be delivery or fulfillment. Delivery, fulfillment largely is connected to operations. This is everything that you said you were going to do during the sales process. This is screening tenants, working to find tenants and tenant placement. This is maintenance, coordination, everything. All the work of doing property management. That is what is included in delivery fulfillment—dealing with tenants, all that kind of stuff. Generate reports, owner payouts, all of this that's all under delivery fulfillment operations. What I'll notice a lot in the industry—for those that are struggling to grow—is they won't have operations delivery fulfillment. They'll have number four out of five or a really high level and yet then lead gen is like a one. If lead gen is one and delivery and fulfillment is like a five, you're making a big mistake in the business because what that tells me is you consistently keep focusing on the wrong things in your business. You're doing the wrong things. Any function that you're focused on of these six functions, which we'll finish and go through in a second, any function you're focused on primarily and trying to maintain it to five, that is not your weakest function. That's where your time, energy, focus, attention, cash, effort, et cetera are going, you are making a mistake. That means you are distracted. Those are distractions because what the business needs most right now is whichever of these functions is weakest, that's where your five currencies I talked about time, energy, focus, cash, and effort should be focused on. This is where all that should be going so that you can get a return and you can level that up. The goal is to level up the weakest function, and then if that's now a strength, now your other functions will appear to be weaker in relation. Now those you're going to rate at a lower level and you're going to want to level those up. This is the juggle of running a company and running a business is figuring out what do I need to focus on most right now. If you are at the helm, you are the entrepreneur, you are the leader, you are the business owner, you need to provide this leadership to the business to your team. You need to help them figure out what is our weakest function to focus on. Too often, the business owners continue to focus on the function that they're already good at, that the business already has at a five, and they try to keep it as a five. You have to be willing to let a five slip in order to get something from a one or a two, and that's okay. Get those up to a three, a four, or maybe even a five. If delivery or fulfillment, for example, operation slips to maybe a three in relation because now you're getting so much business, it's uncomfortable, you can't onboard everybody, and things are starting to slip, cool. Now it's time to shift your attention and focus to that function. If you assess this regularly on a quarterly basis and brainstorm with your team through these functions, you will be able to make really good decision-making. The next function after delivery fulfillment or operations, number five, is the customer's lifetime value. The customer lifetime value or CLV includes retention, it includes resell, it includes upsell, and it includes your pricing. You want to make sure that your fee structure is good. That you've got really good fees in place so you're getting paid really well for what you do. That you're maximizing the lifetime value of these clients in that way. Also, you're able to focus on the right types of clients in your lead generation and in closing that are going to have a lengthy retention rate. You're able to retain clients long term, or you're able to convert short term property management clients, not sure short term rentals, but accidental investors, for example, into long term buy and hold investors. You have some process maybe for that. You want to increase the customer lifetime value. If you're losing a lot of customers due to sales right now, then that's the area to focus on right now. There's a weakness maybe on your CLV, for example, or maybe you just need to increase lead generation in order to counteract that. Number six is finances. The financial area of the business means the internal finances for you as the business owner and for the business. This means cash flow, revenue, expenses, profit, reporting, financial decision making. If you do not feel like this is your strength or this is a weakness in the business, this is something that you will need to work on. One of the initial baby steps I like to recommend is usually implementing profit first. You can check out my previous episode with the author of the book Profit First, Mike Michalowicz. You can just search for Profit First DoorGrowShow on YouTube if you want to pull that up or on iTunes, podcast app, or whatever. I'm a big fan of Profit First. We operate with the Profit First system. We've taken things financially beyond that to another level in working with some of the financial coaches and financial books that I've gone through. I think that's a really fantastic starting place. It gets you out of the feast and famine of cash flow cycles getting scarce, then trying to make money, and the hunt and the chase constantly of trying to escape. The way I like to compare finances is, the analogy I like to use is Indiana Jones. Indiana Jones running from the boulder. Everybody remembers this iconic scene in Indiana Jones and I believe the Temple of Doom and he's running from the boulder. He's just taken the statue, it set some sort of booby trap off, and now this boulder is chasing after him. He's running for his life. Indiana Jones running is generating revenue, that's revenue. Revenue has to outpace that big boulder, which is expenses. The gap in between Indiana Jones running and the boulder coming after him, that gap, is cash flow. Some of that cash is already spent so there's really just free cash is the real gap. Some of that cash is already going to be spent, you know expenses are coming due, you have to have it set aside. Profit first is going to help you kind of get this in alignment a little bit more. It's going to help you get better cash flow and it's basic. Some of you are basically borderline accountants, so this isn't maybe as big of an issue. Maybe the finances are tight. A lot of entrepreneurs are more visionary-oriented, they're dreamers. Sometimes they're hiring staff too quickly. They're starting to focus on some of the other functions, building up operations maybe, and they're spending more money. All of these things go hand in hand. Finances also relate to the type of lead generation that you can do, all of these things interplay with each other. My goal for those listening to this episode is to take a look through these six lenses of your business to figure out what does the business need most right now? What does the business need most? For those that are like why does he add the six functions of finances? One of the things that's absolutely possible in some businesses is to generate enough deals, enough sales, and enough business to where you can't deliver quick enough on it to get the return or get paid on it and you can actually run out of money by doing too much sales. Just focusing on revenue all the time in a top-down just revenue focus goal is not always the most effective financial goal in a business. It's the most typical, but that's not always the most effective. You can actually go too fast and grow too quickly if you're not taking into account the financial aspect in relation to the other core functions. Take a look at your business, chat with your team, go through and assess your core functions. We have a more formal brainstorming methodology that will take clients through these functions to really assess their business. At a quick easy glance at your business, you can look through and just ask yourself, where are we at in relation to these functions. You can ask your team as well to get a perspective, and you will then have some pretty good eye feedback and a pretty good idea of which function you need to focus on most in your business. If you find that operations are a big constraint for you right now, what you'll find then is lead gen and conversion will be heavily impacted because you won't really have confidence in your product, in your service, in your offering because you lack integrity. If you are delivering fulfillment of three or less, and you're trying to go out and create new business, you probably feel like you're lying to people by saying, hey, we're really awesome. We're the best property managers. We do a great job. When deep down you're like a two in doing a great job on a scale of one to five. All of these impact each other. Let's figure out what's your weakest function that you need to focus on right now and where does your attention needs to go. If you could use some coaching or some help, we'd love to get you into our DoorGrow & Scale Mastermind. Reach out to us, you can check us out at doorgrow.com. You can also join our free Facebook group by going to doorgrowclub.com. Facebook's getting a little weird lately with censorship and craziness, so we're seriously considering exploring, shifting out of the DoorGrow Club to maybe Telegram or something else. Let me know your feedback on that if that sounds interesting because I think there's going to be more outages with Facebook, more censorship, and more challenges. I'm less and less of a fan of Facebook every day. Let us know, but currently, our internal groups are in Telegram so we're solid there because it seems to be really reliable. Anyway, reach out to us. We're happy to help you figure out how to grow your business and scale your business. We can help you with getting things in alignment on the operation side. DoorGrow OS, building these systems, building a planning cadence, helping to get operators in the business, helping to get people to take stuff off your plate and to offload. There are solutions for each of these functions that we can point you towards as we coach you and as we help you scale and level up your business, so please reach out. That's it for today. As always, my goal is for everybody to grow. To our mutual growth, everybody. Until next time, bye.
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The weather may have taken an unusual turn in Alaska, but that isn't stopping Amy from getting in her 20 minutes outside every single day. But just because she makes it happen doesn't mean it's easy (or that she always likes it). Tune in to this week's installment of Amy's Outdoor Diary here on Humans Outside to find out just how cold it really is in Alaska right now, and to hear her top tips on how to make yourself get outside, even when the warmth indoors seems to be calling your name. Some of the good stuff: [:27] Why Amy's podcasting closet seems extra cozy this week [1:20] Get OK with it, or get off the bus [2:12] Amy's four tips for getting outside when it's cold [4:48] Where to find Humans Outside Connect with this episode: Follow Humans Outside on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HumansOutside/ Follow Humans Outside on Instagram: instagram.com/humansoutside Subscribe to the Humans Outside newsletter for a chance to win a free decal: http://humansoutside.com/newsletter/ Episode 68: How to Dress for Cold Weather (Mollie Foster): https://humansoutside.com/podcasts/mollie-foster-humans-outside-podcast/ Find full show notes at humansoutside.com Register for our newsletter to win a decal: https://humansoutside.com/newsletter Follow us on Instagram and share your outdoor life with the hashtag #humansoutside365.
A delightful tale about Honey Bear who invites his friends over for a meal. Honey Bear decides to make them soup using his secret soup recipe.We recommend this story for ages 3 - 6About the Author - Christy KlincewiczThis is my 20th year as a Waldorf Early Childhood Educator. My early experiences of exploring the wonder and beauty of the natural world and the reverent moments created by lighted candles on the Christmas tree and ringing a bell to invite the angels in, have shaped me to take up my work with young children.The imaginations impressed upon my soul from the taste of cold, clear mountain streams and peeping into the magical worlds hidden beneath their mossy banks have given me a rich pictorial language. I love creating stories where the world is good, kind friends help those in need and love weaves a mantle of safety and warmth. Often these stories arise when the children say, “Tell us a story.”Then I, too, listen as Mother of the Fairy Tales whispers in my ear.To learn more about Christy's work and to purchase her book “Fleetfoot Fox Catches a Cold”, visit www.rockinghorsestories.comTo discover more please visit wenurturecollective.com/stories-for-children
Cold plunging for me - it's the energy. I just get in there for 2-3 minutes and my morning is accelerated. I'm clear and I'm concise. It's a fast-track in meditation. I could go and sit for 10-20 minutes, which I encourage people to do as well, but 2-3 minutes in the Plunge gives me almost that same feeling in my mind as the mental apps get turned off. - Ryan Duey Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness Force Radio Episode 423 Founder of Plunge and Capitol Floats, Ryan Duey, explores the power of conscious breathing with cold therapy, how to cultivate both physical and emotional resilience with a daily cold therapy practice plus what brown fat is and how it accelerates your metabolism. Did you know that pairing cold therapy with breathwork can give you supreme longevity and wellness benefits? Join us as we take a deep dive look at the benefits of cold therapy for weight loss, immunity, and mental health. Biohack Your Mind & Body with Plunge Ice Baths! Get $150 off your Plunge order with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Plunge's revolutionary Cold Plunge uses powerful cooling, filtration, and sanitation to give you cold, clean water whenever you want it, making it far superior to an ice bath or chest freezer. The Plunge is safe for indoor or outdoor use and we've made installation truly plug-and-plunge. Fill your Plunge up with a hose, turn it on, set your temp (down to 39F) and you're all set. Plunge was born out of optimistic vision during a challenging time. In March 2020, COVID-19 shut down Michael's float spas and with his newly found free time, he looked at the cold plunges on the market and found them shockingly expensive. Enlisting the help of his dad, they were determined to create a more affordable option. After countless iterations and improvements, the Plunge was born. A friendship turned into a powerful partnership when Ryan Duey came on board. Michael and Ryan have a common passion for cold plunging, floating, and building win-win relationships. After building the first 20 Plunges out of Michael's garage, they have since opened a factory in Sacramento and are sending Plunges all over the world! Listen To Episode 423 As Ryan Duey Uncovers: [1:30] Float Tanks, Plant Medicine & Ice Baths Ryan Duey Get $150 off your Plunge order with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Capitol Floats The changes Josh is going through as a new parent and how doing cold plunges have really been helping him. How Ryan's motorcycle accident in Thailand launched him into the world of wellness. His first experiences with plant medicine after the accident and why he felt called. Temple of the Way of Light Why he became interested in float tanks as a way to help him prepare for his plant medicine experience. What messages he received from his plant medicine journey and the work he continued to do afterward to heal. How Ryan listened to his intuition when he wasn't ready to begin a float tank business but he could relax because he knew that day would come in the future. The power of cultivating patience and resilience in our lives. Opportunities he was presented with early on in his entrepreneur journey and the obstacles he faced. [15:30] How Wim Hof Inspired Ryan Why our drive to do something can sometimes come from an unhealthy place. MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies 210 Brad Burge The moment when things finally started happening and his business could finally launch. What lights him up the most about float tanks and ice baths. The fact that entrepreneurship has really been glamorized and there is a price to be paid if you follow that path. Why the best form of therapy for you will be one that is challenging because that experience will truly help you grow. 410 Mark Divine Wim Hof Why Ryan believes he was getting sick after sick for 6 months straight. How Wim Hof's breathwork method was added to Ryan's morning routine to help him combat getting constant colds for so long. Why the more we push and serve, the more we have to recalibrate ourselves to heal and be in integrity with ourselves. What areas of health Josh is focusing on the most while raising a newborn baby: sleep, CBD, cold plunge, sauna, magnesium, and breathwork. Dr. Andrew Weil How you can invest in your health and it costs less in 1 month compared to going out and drinking and partying over 1 weekend. [24:00] The Benefits of Cold Plunges Exploring the benefits of cold plunge and how it can help your wellness journey. How ice baths can help your body get into a natural state like CBD but it will work differently for everyone. Why all you need is 2-3 minutes in a cold plunge as a fast track to starting your day. Josh's own cold plunge practice of 3 minutes at 39 F but some people like Ryan will do it at 46 F. Why Ryan believes a cold plunge is the best workout for your nervous system compared to a physical workout. What thoughts and emotions may bubble up during a cold plunge so you know what to expect. Why doing an ice bath can be so empowering as you go from a sympathetic state to being in control of the experience. The power of doing really hard things to combat how our modern world has made us soft physically and emotionally. Why weight loss, metabolism, and immunity are the biggest benefits for Josh with his cold plunge practice. Dr. Andrew Huberman The science behind what can happen for each unique person when they get their core body temperature down during a cold plunge. Why some people may only need 60 seconds to bring their core body temperature down. How to find out which cold plunge temperature will give you the results you want. Why shivering means your body's metabolism is improving. [36:30] How Ice Baths Help Heal CV19 & Build Brown Fat Dr. Andrew Huberman Dr. Rhonda Patrick Breaking down what brown fat is and how it helps burn energy for you in cold environments. Benefits Ryan has seen with brown fat and who he suggests going to for more information. Dr. Rhonda Patrick on her cold plunge experience Scientific Evidence-Based Effects of Hydrotherapy on Various Systems of the Body How cold water therapy can be used to boost your immune system. Benefits CV-19 long haulers have experienced from doing cold plunges. A testimonial from a Cold Plunge user about how their product and cold water therapy helped improve his symptoms. What Josh is currently doing including the Kaufmann Protocol and cold plunges to help him heal his sinuses. The Kaufmann Protocol The power of tuning in and really listening to what our bodies need. How putting your body through the stress of a cold plunge is a great barometer to gather data about your health. Vipassana Meditation – A Spartan Race For The Mind What Josh's Vipassana experience taught him as all of this pain started coming up in his body. [45:30] The Magic of Cold Plunges & Floating Exploring the spirituality component of both float tanks and cold plunges. What spirituality means to Ryan including peace, joy, and acceptance of what is in life. How the sensation of a cold plunge or a float tank brings out the magic in life such as rapid awareness and perception shifts. John C. Lilly: The pioneer of floating Floating in Quiet Darkness by Glenn Perry and Lee Perry How he was first introduced to floating and why he loves it so much. MAPS 2022 Global Diving into the need we have in the western world to quantify how something like floating and cold water therapy can help. The deep rabbit hole Josh went into in 2017 to quantify his health until he realized there was no need to record everything to prove his wellness practice worked. 310 Ariel Garten Paul Chek | All is God 376 Mike Salemi 252 Oura | Harpreet Rai How science has practically become a religion in our modern-day society. 416 Ben Stewart [55:30] The Path of Least Resistance Why it was difficult for Ryan to take time off from cold plunging to work on other areas of his life. Ryan's personal health practices and why he sometimes struggles from time to time to want to do them. Why the path of least resistance isn't always the way especially when it comes to physical health. Exploring when resistance can be a healthy thing in our lives especially for a heart-based issue. The tipping point we might experience when the weight of not changing becomes so great that the weight of change is the path of least resistance. Unpacking the self-awareness game of being a human and how our soul protects us. What healthy resistance is and why it's okay to say 'no' to what you don't feel called to do something like psychedelics. [1:00:30] Healing Depression with Ice Baths 386 Mark Groves Adapted cold shower as a potential treatment for depression How adapted cold therapy can be a treatment for depression and anxiety. Why the opposite of depression is expression and how cold therapy allows us to explore that. The small commitment you can make when you do cold therapy and the incredible ROI it will give you as it improves your mental health. Why you won't be able to heal your depression if you're just constantly fighting it; you have to heal with powerful habits of self-love. How depression can be a momentum game and if you set yourself up for small wins, those negative feelings will gradually go away. The power of a cold plunge to reset your mind and stop those racing thoughts that are bombarding your day. One of the biggest revelations he received during a float tank session that helped him with a difficult decision. Why a float tank is an opportunity for Ryan to reflect on life and a cold plunge removes what cluttering his mind. [1:09:00] Different Mediums of Cold Therapy: Unleash Your Inner Peace & Creativity How Josh's breathwork.io program has helped people with their daily stress and turns down the default mode network that keeps us on high alert. breathwork.io Michael Pollan How breathwork, floating, and cold plunging allow us to unleash our creativity, mindfulness and have a greater sense of peace. How Ryan's Cold Plunge product differs from other products and is so much easier to use. Why other mediums of cold therapy are not as sustainable as Plunge for consistent use but they're great if you're interested in trying it a couple of times. Ryan's experience being on Shark Tank to promote Plunge and when you can watch the episode. Why we're in so much more control of our health than we believe. How their payment plans are set up to help you pay a monthly fee rather than the full price at once. Ryan's hope for how your cold plunge experience will help your healing journey. His definition of wellness after all he's been through over the years as a wellpreneur. Power Quotes From The Show The Benefits of Ice Baths "From an inflammation standpoint, there are so many benefits of cold plunging after a workout. Also, it gives me so much energy, clears my mind, and makes me feel incredible." - Ryan Duey The Best Workout for the Nervous System "A cold plunge is the best workout for the nervous system. We work out to tear our muscles down and they build back stronger. By getting in the plunge, you're getting outside of your comfort zone, the adrenaline is increasing, and your mind begins to stress but you have the opportunity to completely override and go from a sympathetic state of fight or flight into being in full control of your breath. By doing that cold plunge, you have literally changed your whole body system in 2-3 minutes. Think about what that could mean in everything we do in life; that you are actually in control." - Ryan Duey How Cold Plunging Helps Heal Depression "On a time front, cold plunging is such a short commitment and when you're in a very depressed state, big things seem so unfathomable. If you have this in your house or a river right near you or you take a cold shower, there's a moment where spending time in cold water gives you a window to make a positive shift moving forward. Just spend 2 minutes or even take 10 breaths to help you open up out of your depression and start making the actionable steps when you feel stuck." - Ryan Duey Links From Today's Show Get $150 off your Plunge order with the code 'WELLNESSFORCE' Capitol Floats Temple of the Way of Light MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies 210 Brad Burge 410 Mark Divine Wim Hof Dr. Andrew Weil Dr. Rhonda Patrick Dr. Andrew Huberman Dr. Rhonda Patrick on her cold plunge experience Scientific Evidence-Based Effects of Hydrotherapy on Various Systems of the Body The Kaufmann Protocol Vipassana Meditation – A Spartan Race For The Mind John C. Lilly: The pioneer of floating Floating in Quiet Darkness by Glenn Perry and Lee Perry MAPS 2022 Global 310 Ariel Garten Paul Chek | All is God 376 Mike Salemi 252 Oura | Harpreet Rai 416 Ben Stewart 386 Mark Groves Adapted cold shower as a potential treatment for depression Michael Pollan Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 20% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS20' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' breathwork.io M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Ryan Duey Twitter Plunge Facebook YouTube Plunge About Ryan Duey Ryan Duey was born and raised in Northern California. He attended Cal Poly University where he spent a semester abroad in Barcelona. The experience was so impactful that after graduation, Ryan returned to Spain and spent the next two years living and working in Madrid. After Madrid, Ryan returned to the states and began working in the front office of the San Jose Earthquakes. Soon after, Ryan had what he calls his “greatest gift”: a head-on motorcycle accident in Thailand. This near death experience catapulted Ryan into a journey of self-inquiry, leading him to the jungles of the Amazon, the inside of a float tank, and a commitment to entrepreneurship in the Health and Wellness industry. While building Capitol Floats, Sacramento's Premier Float Center, Ryan traveled to Reboot Float Spa in the Bay Area with the hopes of meeting the owner, Mike Garrett. The two quickly became friends and business confidants. Now, six years later, Ryan and Mike are taking the next step together and have joined forces to create Plunge. Their mission is to make cold plunging as common as coffee. Ryan couldn't be more grateful and excited to be working alongside such an impressive human and building the team at Plunge.
Learn about a mysterious new archaeological discovery around Stonehenge; and why females feel colder in many species. More from world-renowned Stonehenge archeologist Susan Greaney: STONEHENGE: LAND OF THE DEAD' Premieres Sunday, November 28 at 8 PM ET/PT on Science Channel: https://press.discovery.com/us/sci/programs/stonehenge-land-dead/ Start your free trial of discovery+ at https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity Follow @SueGreaney on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SueGreaney Academic page: https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/research-students/view/122326-susan-greaney Females feel colder in many species -- scientists say it was an adaptation to keep the sexes separate by Grant Currin A new study reveals the evolutionary reason why women feel colder than men. (2021, October 5). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/930578 Magory Cohen, T., Kiat, Y., Sharon, H., Levin, E., & Algar, A. (2021). An alternative hypothesis for the evolution of sexual segregation in endotherms. Global Ecology and Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13393 Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The investigation surrounding the disappearance and death of Kaysera Stops Pretty Places continues to raise red flags for her family two years later. The 18-year-old indigenous woman was last seen hanging out with friends in the small town of Hardin, Montana on August 24, 2019. Two weeks went by before her family and friends found out she had passed. Join Montana Right Now's Angela Marshall for Part One of the Season Five Finale as she speaks with Kaysera's grandmother and aunt. They recount the days Kaysera was missing and the day her body was finally identified. Plus, they slowly reveal what they say will become a pattern of investigational missteps by multiple law enforcement agencies in trying to find justice for Kaysera.
Practicing outside is different. Especially in the Fall. What is available, obvious? Work with it. Practice every day, not like this but like with what you really have going on. Sound meditation. Awake. Standing is wakeful. Keywords: Lite, Light, Dressed, Cold, Cool, Sound,
「微信」或者「微博」搜索关注［早安英文］，查看更多有趣实用的中英双语节目。笔记：听前想一想冷幽默圈粉奇闻趣事顶流明星除了说是 star 还能用哪个词？In his lectures, the professor brings criminal law to life through creative storytelling and deadpan humor. The most famous character of his complex legal anecdotes must be the outlaw Zhang San.在他的讲座中，教授通过创造性的讲故事方式和冷幽默将刑法带入生活。在他复杂的法律轶事中，最有名的人物一定是法外狂徒张三。deadpan /ˈdedpæn/ /v. 毫无表情的； 故作严肃的Pan 在过去的英语俚语中指的是人的脸。Deadpan humor or dry humor 中文就是 「冷幽默」， 讲话的人通常是以故作严肃的方式来讲笑话。Fans love him because of his deadpan humor.粉丝们喜欢他是因为他的冷幽默。"The secret to a long life is not dying," she deadpans.“长寿的秘诀是不死，”她面无表情地说。anecdote/ˈænɪkdoʊt/ n. 轶事，趣闻注意听老师讲解这个单词的发音，在原文音频 （）。近义词辨析：rumour /ˈruːmər/: 谣言；传闻。人们讨论的一个故事，但是不一定真实。myth /mɪθ/ : 传说。主要是指的从古代流传下来的神话故事，一般都是虚构的。anecdote: 轶事，趣事。 通常是基于真实的人或者时间一则较短但有趣的故事。He told us anecdotes about his brief career as an actor.他给我们讲了他短暂的演员生涯中的轶事。The teacher told some anecdotes about the King.老师讲了一些关于国王的轶事。outlaw /ˈaʊtlɔː/ 不法之徒，逃犯Out 做前缀表示在...之外，用到这个前缀的词还有很多，output 「产出」； outcome 「结果」。Outlaw 指的是违背法律的人，在过去，尤其指犯罪潜逃的人。He is a famous outlaw.他是个有名的亡命之徒。获取节目完整音频、笔记和片尾的歌曲名，请关注威信公众号「早安英文」，回复「加油」即可。更多有意思的英语干货等着你！
In today's episode we react to yet another close loss, this time to Wisconsin, and preview the Black Friday game against Iowa. Many thanks to our sponsors: Central Nebraska Buffalo Web: https://www.cnbuffalo.com Twitter: @CentralBuffalo E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 402-694-9866 Monte Rohde, Pinnacle Realty Phone: 402-770-3356 E-Mail: Monty.Rohde@PRGLincoln.com Web: https://www.prglincoln.com/agents/agnt/monty_rohde/ Runza https://www.runza.com
You may well be aware that the classic idea of stress — or at least the popular opinion of it — is that it's restraining. However, stress can also have a positive impact- this is eustress. In today's micro show we're going to explore how to use stress to your advantage. Eustress is what puts you on the spot to tackle necessary situations you would otherwise choose to keep away from. It helps you overcome inhibition, face fear, and leverage opportunities. So if you're someone who is willing to make a move only when you feel "perfectly" ready, a little bit of internal chaos could push you to finally start doing what you want to in life. Stress is more valuable with with consistent self-reflection. Pause, reflect, and take some time to analyze what you learned through pushing your limits- what are those raw ingredients that created your unique life experiences? According to Dr. Robert Sapolsky, the optimal amount of stress is stimulation. And for you to get to that point requires an honest evaluation of your present. A little bit more pain might really aid in your overall growth. In today's episode, I get into how you can add 25% more discomfort into your life to gradually develop the 'stress' muscle. Quick points to note: You could choose to intentionally add a little bit of stress into your life to avoid being caught off-guard in situations. This way, you're preparing in slow steps and also steering clear of distress. Cultivate relationships in two different vectors -- with people ahead of you and behind you in the journey. Cold exposure (or cold baths) are a good way of training yourself to be comfortable around the uncomfortable. It also strengthens your internal systems. Build up your capacity for stress in small steps. Enjoy! --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world's top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
In hot climates, you'll want and need cold drinks. But don't waste energy. Do a little pre-planning to make storing cold drinks in your boat refrigerator much more efficient. Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): Dremel Rotary Tool (Amazon) Drink Can Organizer (Amazon) Today's episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is sponsored by MantusMarine.com, maker of the Mantus anchor, now available in models with and without a roll bar. Proven to set reliably in the most challenging bottoms, the Mantus anchor digs like no other, making anchoring safer and boating more enjoyable. Mantus Marine brings to market practical, durable and affordable marine products, including: anchoring gear, scuba diving accessories, and rechargeable waterproof headlamp for hands-free lighting. Visit MantusMarine.com and see for yourself! Click to see all podcast sponsors, past and present. Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig
Hey Mama! We are well into November, and cold and flu season as well. Have you ever noticed that colds or fevers never come on at 10:00 am on a Tuesday? No. It's usually at 9:30 on a Saturday night. And Murphy's Law, you've got nothing on hand. In today's episode, I'm sharing 3 organization tips that is all about getting prepared so that you're never caught off guard again!
Learn about psychedelics research in the 1950s; cold shower benefits; and an inaccurate stereotype about the only child. Thousands of patients were treated with psychedelics in the 1950s by Cameron Duke Fuentes, J. J., Fonseca, F., Elices, M., Farré, M., & Torrens, M. (2020). Therapeutic Use of LSD in Psychiatry: A Systematic Review of Randomized-Controlled Clinical Trials. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00943 Lattin, D. (2017, January 3). How the War on Drugs Halted Research Into the Potential Benefits of Psychedelics. Slate Magazine; Slate. https://slate.com/technology/2017/01/the-war-on-drugs-halted-research-into-the-potential-benefits-of-psychedelics.html Rick, D. (2011). Dr. Leary's Concord Prison Experiment: A 34-Year Follow-up Study. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02791072.1998.10399715 The '60s Are Gone, But Psychedelic Research Trip Continues. (2014, March 9). NPR.org. https://www.npr.org/2014/03/09/288285764/the-60s-are-gone-but-psychedelic-research-trip-continues Yensen, R., & Dryer, D. A. (1992, September 24). Thirty Years of Psychedelic Research: The Spring Grove Experiment and Its Sequels. ResearchGate; unknown. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309477954_Thirty_Years_of_Psychedelic_Research_The_Spring_Grove_Experiment_and_Its_Sequels Johns Hopkins Medicine Receives First Federal Grant for Psychedelic Treatment Research in 50 years. (2021, October 18). Johns Hopkins Medicine Newsroom. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/newsroom/news-releases/johns-hopkins-medicine-receives-first-federal-grant-for-psychedelic-treatment-research-in-50-years Are cold showers actually worth it? by Cameron Duke Bottoms, L. (2021, September 28). Cold showers are said to be good for you – here's what the evidence shows. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/cold-showers-are-said-to-be-good-for-you-heres-what-the-evidence-shows-167822 Buijze, G. A., Sierevelt, I. N., van der Heijden, B. C. J. M., Dijkgraaf, M. G., & Frings-Dresen, M. H. W. (2016). The Effect of Cold Showering on Health and Work: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PLOS ONE, 11(9), e0161749. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0161749 Janský, L., Pospíšilová, D., Honzová, S., Uličný, B., Šrámek, P., Zeman, V., & Kamínková, J. (1996). Immune system of cold-exposed and cold-adapted humans. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology, 72-72(5-6), 445–450. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00242274 Only children aren't more selfish than kids with siblings by Steffie Drucker Only Children Are No More Selfish Than Those With Siblings. (2021, October 7). Research Digest. https://digest.bps.org.uk/2021/10/07/only-children-are-no-more-selfish-than-those-with-siblings/ Zheng, X., Su, Q., Jing, C., & Zhang, Y.-Y. (2021). They Are Not Little Emperors: Only Children Are Just as Altruistic as Non-Only Children. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 194855062110381. https://doi.org/10.1177/19485506211038190 Higuera, V. (2019, October 23). Only Child Syndrome: Proven Reality or Long-Standing Myth? Healthline; Healthline Media. https://www.healthline.com/health/parenting/only-child-syndrome one-child policy | Definition, Start Date, Effects, & Facts | Britannica. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/one-child-policy Fifield, A. (2019, May 3). Beijing's one-child policy is gone. But many Chinese are still reluctant to have more. Washington Post; The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/beijings-one-child-policy-is-gone-but-many-chinese-are-still-reluctant-to-have-more/2019/05/02/c722e568-604f-11e9-bf24-db4b9fb62aa2_story.html Gallagher, J. (2020, July 14). Fertility rate: “Jaw-dropping” global crash in children being born. BBC News; BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-53409521 BBC News. (2021, May 31). China allows three children in major policy shift. BBC News; BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-57303592 Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Gun Funny, Episode 221. Today I'm going to chat with Vincent Hancock, discuss a new report of the ATF compiling firearm sales records, highlight a new 4.6x30 from CMMG, and talk about some odd behavior of self-driving cars. I'm your host, Ava Flanell.
Cold open: MCI “Anthem” commercial (1997): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioVMoeCbrig We dig into Chapter 3, “Scenes of Empowerment, of Wendy H.K. Chun's book and talk about the pervasive ideology of the internet as an emancipatory world of virtual equality where things like race, gender, age, and ability cease to exist. And discuss how, despite the obvious naivety (at best) of this belief, it still persists today in various unchanged ways. You can grab a pdf of Chun's book here: https://au1lib.org/book/2074091/cc12a3 Subscribe to hear more analysis and commentary in our premium episodes every week! patreon.com/thismachinekills Grab fresh new TMK gear: bonfire.com/store/this-machine-kills-podcast/ Hosted by Jathan Sadowski (twitter.com/jathansadowski) and Edward Ongweso Jr. (twitter.com/bigblackjacobin). Production / Music by Jereme Brown (twitter.com/braunestahl)
It's Friday afternoon and that means a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio is here to help you finish off your week with an hour of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we looked at the Oilers' run of injuries, more magic from Connor McDavid, another round of Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's podcast, we got started with a look at Connor McDavid's ridiculous goals against the Rangers and then the Jets and tried to decide which was nicer. Whether you liked the one against the Rangers from two week's ago or last night's carbon copy against the Jets, Connor McDavid seems to be bringing his best at the most crucial moments in these hockey games and none of us could contain our excitement to walk through his latest magic moments. And from where we podcast, there is no better pairing for some McDavid magic than the accompanying call by Jack Michaels, which sent us down another rabbit hole for why he needs to be calling playoffs games. From there, we looked at the injury bug that's running through the Oilers' lineup right now as all three of Derek Ryan, Darnell Nurse, and Slater Koekkoek suffered injuries in the two-game mini-series against Winnipeg. Seeing as there are now holes in the lineup, the Oilers recalled both Philip Broberg and William Lagesson this morning, and we tried to figure out where they'd be slotted in and what that means in terms of continuing this early season heater. Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and Hot and Cold performers to recap what was a very busy week here in Edmonton.
Welcome to episode 112. We have who_does_that on this week to talk all about the new format with me. We discuss the new mechanics and themes as well as review all the multi colored commons and uncommons. Finally, we end the show with our top commons and uncommons for each color. I also get the number of uncommon heroes wrong multiple times in the episode in multiple places. Counting is hard. Here is the 7-win spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1p3U5m7Tk0l7paZv1KAG1AyWP0-mVPo677nIhOxAwfsk/edit#gid=1169127952 Finally, some plugs. We also have a Patreon @ www.patreon.com/farmingeternal We also started a discord. Join the community. We would love to talk more draft. Also, it's freaking awesome. You really should join. Yes, you! discord.gg/2Z2GxjQ Finally send all 7 win decklists to email@example.com Thanks again for listening and remember to keep on farming.
Cold and flu season is here. If you are immunocompromised, respiratory infections pose an even greater risk. Antibiotics are a common go-to solution, but there's a catch: the more we use them, the less effective they become.Dr. John Rex of AMR.Solutions explains antimicrobial resistance, and why we should view these drugs as fire extinguishers. Plus, how the PASTEUR Act can bolster research and development of antimicrobials. And hear from cystic fibrosis patient advocate Ella Balasa on how antibiotics impact her health. She shares her healthcare journey and why it's critical that antibiotics are used carefully to ensure they're effective for those most vulnerable. Hosts: Terry Wilcox, Executive Director, Patients RisingDr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public InterestKate Pecora, Field Correspondent, Patients RisingGuests:John Rex, MD, Editor-In-Chief, AMR.SolutionsElla Balasa, Cystic Fibrosis Advocate Desiree Rubio, Patient Correspondent Links:Biden nominates Califf as FDA chiefHow Democrats' Build Back Better Plan Would Spike Seniors' Drug CostsPASTEUR ActNeed help?The successful patient is one who can get what they need when they need it. We all know insurance slows us down, so why not take matters into your own hands? Our Navigator is an online tool that allows you to search a massive network of health-related resources using your zip code so you get local results. Get proactive and become a more successful patient right now at PatientsRisingConcierge.orgHave a question or comment about the show, or want to suggest a show topic or share your story as a patient correspondent?Drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe views and opinions expressed herein are those of the guest(s)/ author(s) and do not reflect the official policy or position of Patients Rising.
[REBROADCAST FROM NOVEMBER 17, 2020] Jess Walter talks about his latest novel, The Cold Millions. Set in Spokane, Washington, in the early 20th century, the novel depicts the early days of the labor movement in the Pacific Northwest. The Cold Millions is now available in paperback and earned Walter the Washington State Book Award for fiction.
Lindsay is obsessed with finding the extra gear in life. That shift that you make that takes things in your life to the next level. She believes that most of us are capable of a lot more than we think we are. Like we literally have an extra gear. Most of us still have more in us. But we often put up these invisible hurdles and tell ourselves that this is the most we can do with this or we can't even attempt this because of this. Lindsay's favorite way to push herself in all aspects of life… is to push herself physically. Because it pours over to alllll other areas of your life. Because you've proven to yourself that you CAN do more than you thought you could. A physical change is the best way to push yourself in all ways of your life. Whether you feel like you're in a rut, or just low on energy or patience with things you have to deal with… Lindsay thinks pushing yourself physically could be the answer, or part of it. Today, we are talking about ways you can push yourself physically to not only improve your health, but improve your overall fulfillment in life. We get all these arrows shot us at all day. You're always dodging arrows. This is why we need a few hours to ourselves to have the patience to deal with all those arrows. We have to push ourselves physically so we can be tough mentally. It's that mental toughness… helps you push through. How do you identify if you are in a rut? When you want to get better and you are not. It's easy to fall into comfortable habit. It's super difficult. Examples of pushing yourself physically …. -Running up hills -Running stairs -Taking the stairs at the doctors office -Cold showers -Stretching -New/hard workout class -Sauna CHEERS!!! To pushing yourself PHYSICALLY!
An early-season arctic cold outbreak on November 19, 2008, led to records being broken, both for overnight lows and daytime highs all across the eastern part of the United States. Worcester, MA had a high of only 29 degrees. Even as far south as Saint Simons Island, GA there was a record cold day, with a high of only 50 degrees. Killing frost and freezes were felt in the deep South and with a strong wind accompanying the cold many marginal plants and vegetation didn't stand a chance putting an abrupt end to the growing season all the way to the Gulf coast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
***Sponsored by: Best Fiends! Download today for FREE on the App Store or Google Play! | Listen on Vodacast for bonus content: shorturl.at/diDGM ***Teresa Marie Gilcrease walked out of an Alexandria, LA bar with an unknown man and was never seen alive again. Five hours later her body was found off a rural road southwest of town; she had been stabbed and run over. Early on, investigators received a deluge of tips but by year's end, the calls were drying up.At the same time, a task force operating in Baton Rouge was back on the hunt for a serial killer after the arrest of Derrick Todd Lee showed he was not the only monster stalking the streets. Could Teresa's murder be connected to these crimes or did the answer lie somewhere closer to home?Following up on a new tip, detectives turned their attention towards a Louisiana State Trooper. Their investigation would dig deep into the man's life in order to determine if the officer might be moonlighting as a brutal killer or if, perhaps, their unknown suspect might be someone who had disappeared without leaving any evidence to his identity.FB: https://www.facebook.com/TraceEvidencePod/IG: https://www.instagram.com/traceevidencepod/TW: https://twitter.com/TraceEvPodVisit https://www.trace-evidence.com for more information, case photos, contact information and more.Merch: https://traceevidence.threadless.com/ Music Courtesy of: "Lost Time" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
With eight matchdays of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying done and dusted, Heath Pearce, Jimmy Conrad and Dre Cordero take a big picture view of the Octagonal and the eight teams fighting it out for a ticket to Qatar 2022. Fallout out from the Iceteca (02:27) / How Canada beating Mexico affects the Stars and Stripes (09:35) / What we learned about the USMNT (18:10) / Has Ricardo Pepi gone off the boil? (27:30) / Steffen vs. Turner and the end of the MLS season (36:27) / Berhalter's best XI (43:40) / Panama don't know when to quit (52:00) / Concacaf Best XI (57:50) Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ 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
October 8, 2009. Latimer County, Oklahoma. 44-year old Bobby Jamison, his 40-year old wife, Sherilynn Jamison, and their six-year old daughter, Madyson Jamison, leave their home to go look at a plot of land in a remote mountainous area, but never return. Eight days later, their abandoned pick-up truck is discovered on a dirt road […]
Riley Bowman interviews Charlie Perez of Big Panda Performance to discuss how we can get max performance WHEN IT COUNTS...or from the first round fired...cold. As defensive shooters, this is CRITICAL because we only get one chance. Something for everyone, so tune in!