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Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want
Jealousy can be a relationship/dating killer BUT it can also catapult chemistry to the next level if used the right way. In this throwback episode, Master P and beautiful Sarah from Equinox Gym are here to discuss jealousy - how to handle it, whats appropriate and not appropriate and the female perspective on it. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/ASKWOMEN and get on your way to being your best self. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/AskWomen/support
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents the Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast with guest co-host PWTorch VIP analyst Todd Martin. They discuss these topics:Reviews of Smackdown and Raw including the latest WrestleMania build with Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens agreeing to team with Sami Zayn, the IC Title set-up, Dominik-Rey, and more.Review of NXT including a very strange segment.Review of New Japan Cup's final week.Reviews of AEW Rampage and Dynamite including Kenny Omega vs. Vikingo, Adam Cole's in-ring promo, and more.Review of UFC's latest event and a look ahead.
(Disclaimer: This episode is a re-run. It was originally published December 16, 2021)Shame only exists in darkness. Today, Alex (@AlexHormozi) talks about how this mental framework he practices helps him overcome various obstacles, struggles, and inner fears in order to be the best version of himself!Welcome to The Game Podcast where we talk about how to get more customers, make more profit per customer, and keep them longer, and the many failures and lessons we have learned along the way to $100M in sales. We've got roll-up-your-sleeves kind of hustle with a little bit of cleverness and a lot of heart. Timestamps:(3:42) - Stop overthinking to stop addiction; own your power.(6:06) - Eliminate meaning behind shame; shed light and empower self.(9:03) - Make problem meaningless to conquer repetitive cycle.(12:04) - Combat shame by facing perceived thoughts and making them powerless.Follow Alex Hormozi's Socials:LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Acquisition
On today's Zero Limits Podcast I sit down for a chat with Declan Redmond former Australian Special Forces 2nd Commando Regiment operator. Decland joined the Army in 2000. After completing IET's he was posted to 1RAR. Declan deployed with the battalion to East Timor in 2001. In 2003 he was posted to the ADF school of languages to learn Farsi/Dari. Declan returned back to 1RAR in 2004 and applied for and was successful for Commando selection in 2005. In 2006 he deployed to East Timor with A Coy and to Afghanistan in 2007. Declan deployed to Afghanistan again in 2009 & 2011 with C Coy and then spent his last two years in the Tactical Assault Group with both C & D coy's. After 14 years in the army he discharged from the Army in 2014. Let's GO! Cam's Cause is a registered charity created in the name of CPL Cameron Baird VC MG. It is run by a mix of civilians and members of the 2nd Commando Regiment and exists to support current and ex-serving Commandos and their families. Cam's Cause works closely with the Commando Welfare Trust; the distinction being that the CWT supports the wider SOCOMD community, where Cam's Cause only supports ECN 079 Commandos. Head to www.camscause.org or head to Instagram, Facebook and LinkedInSupport the show - https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=9LG48GC49TW38Website - www.zerolimitspodcast.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/zero.limits.podcast/?hl=en
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
In this week's Flagship Flashback episode of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast from ten years ago (3-19-2013), PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Jason Powell to discuss with live callers the previous night's flat WWE Raw episode including Paul Bearer's death integrated more, Triple H beats down Paul Heyman, the boorish length and cadence of Triple H's talking segment, plus Bully Ray caught spewing anti-gay epithets and how DIxie Carter should and will likely hanlde it, Raw ratings, WrestleMania 29's undercard, Rock vs. John Cena predictions, and more. This includes our previously VIP-exclusive Aftershow.
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
On this WWE Smackdown Post-show Flashback episode from five years ago (3-20-2018), PWTorch editor Wade Keller was joined by PWTorch East Coast Cast cohost Cameron Hawkins to discuss Daniel Bryan's emotional return and the big beatdown angle at the end, dream matches for Bryan in WWE, and more Bryan-related topics, plus more Smackdown talk with live callers and emails.
Mike is alive! He doesn't have the stomach bug anymore, so he and Andrew are back talking wrestling. AEW's new show is a topic, as is the Omega-Vikingo build - or lack thereof. Plus, a lot of listener emails on AEW topics and more.
Did you know that the gut and brain are connected? Maybe you've heard of the gut-brain axis, and that your diet impacts mental health, but did you know that significant amounts of serotonin and dopamine are made in the gut? To truly heal, it takes both a dietary and mental-health approach. Dr. Will Cole is an expert in functional medicine with a focus on thyroid disease, autoimmune conditions, hormone imbalances, and digestive disorders. He is the author of several bestselling books, including The Inflammation Spectrum and Intuitive Fasting, and was one of the first doctors to embrace telehealth as a means of reaching more patients. In this episode, we talk about Dr. Cole's newest book, Gut Feelings, and the relationship between mental and physical health. We tend to separate the two, but they are actually intimately connected. “Shameflammation,” as Dr. Cole calls it, is the intersection between mental/emotional issues like stress and shame and how that impacts your physical body. He also explores what stress can do to your gut and how practices like meditation and breathwork can help regulate the nervous system. You'll learn how diet, chronic infections, and nutrient deficiencies impact why you feel the way that you do, specifically when it comes to brain fog, fatigue, and other mental-health concerns. And conversely, how stress, shame, trauma and other mental health issues impact your physical body. Pre-order Dr. Cole's new book: Gut Feelings, and you will get FREE VIP access to exclusive swag delivered straight to your inbox! http://drwillcole.com/gut-feelings
The Lion Within Us - Leadership for Christian Men
Isolation is the enemy of excellence. Too many Christian men and battling discouragement and doubt on a daily basis. Satan is crafty at trying to keep the Kingdom from advancing. In this on the nose episode Chris unpacks the power of having a community of strong Christian brothers to come alongside you in the battle. For full show note details, go to the episode webpage: https://thelionwithin.us/podcast/192-combat-isolation-with-community/FREE Community Sneak Peek Webinars >If you have questions of what one of the best online Christian community looks like, this is your opportunity to get a sneak peek into the platform without any commitments. Chris Grainger will walk you through all of the exciting features we have to offer. Simply register for one of the open slots.Feeling Lost And Alone? Most Christian Men Do!The Lion Within Us is a community to support one another on the journey to become the leader God intends you to be.JOIN THE COMMUNITYIt's Time to Take Action!Download a FREE Guide for memorizing scripture. 10 Scriptures to Fight like a Lion Guide
Brandon Johnston is a stand-up comedian and Marine Veteran. Brandon served in 2 Tours to Iraq. He sits down with us and talks about his transition from the military to the entertainment business. He speaks about how the Marines helped him prepare for this part of his career. He also talks about how Comedy has helped his mental well-being as well. You can find Brandon Johnston on Facebook to find a show near you.Help support our channel by subscribing to all of our channelswebsiteFacebookTwitterYouTube Join us on Facebook and Twitter, and watch our show on YouTubewe have several events posted on our events page, as well as a list of businesses that give military and veteran discounts. Check it out at Two Drunk Dudes in a Gun RoomHELP US STOP VETERAN SUICIDE. 1 IS 1 TOO MANY
Tony gives a "state of the union" address on working with people struggling with turning to pornography as a coping mechanism. He then interviews Chandler Rogers, CEO of Relay, an app that helps people stay connected and accountable on their recovery journey. Relay makes it easy to connect with a shame-free support group, an essential tool helping access recovery tools. Chandler personally overcame a struggle with compulsive pornography use and then used his experience to give back to others by creating a group-based recovery app called Relay for people seeking freedom from unwanted sexual behavior. He built what he wished he had during his healing journey - tools to manage recovery goals, an SOS button to reach out when feeling triggered, and a system for accountability with peers, all in a private safe space. Learn more about Relay and try a recovery group for free today: bit.ly/virtualcouch-relay Find all the latest links to podcasts, courses, Tony's newsletter, and more at https://linktr.ee/virtualcouch Inside ACT for Anxiety Disorder Course is Open! Visit https://praxiscet.com/virtualcouch Inside ACT for Anxiety Disorders, Dr. Michael Twohig will teach you the industry-standard treatment anxiety-treatment experts use worldwide. Through 6 modules of clear instruction and clinical demonstrations, you will learn how to create opportunities for clients to practice psychological flexibility in the presence of anxiety. After completing the course material, you'll have a new, highly effective anxiety treatment tool that can be used with every anxiety-related disorder, from OCD to panic disorder to generalized anxiety disorder. And follow Tony on the Virtual Couch YouTube channel for a sneak preview of his upcoming podcast "Murder on the Couch," where True Crime meets therapy, co-hosted with his daughter Sydney. You can watch a pre-release clip here https://youtu.be/-RkRq8SrQy0 Subscribe to Tony's latest podcast, "Waking Up to Narcissism Q&A - Premium Podcast," on the Apple Podcast App. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/waking-up-to-narcissism-q-a/id1667287384 Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
Vincent "Rocco" Vargas is an actor, producer, and writer, known for Range 15, the MBest11x YouTube channel and the Vinny Roc podcast. Rocco went on to serve three combat deployments with the 2nd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. Vargas also served as an infantry Drill Sergeant. He then left active duty and entered the reserves with the rank of Sergeant First Class. After leaving active duty, Vargas worked in special operations as a medic with the Arizona Department of Corrections and then the U.S. Border Patrol. Join Real Ones on Patreon OR FOLLOW US on YouTube + Instagram + Tik Tok OR FOLLOW @jonnybernthal on Instagram and Twitter Sunwarrior is a proud sponsor of Real Ones Visit www.sunwarrior.com/realones for 15% off the best plant-based protein and collagen on Earth
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by Darrin Lilly from PWTorch. They discussed Cody Rhodes interacting with Roman Reigns, Logan Paul's solo promo, Austin Theory beating Montez Ford, the odd Bayley vs. Rhea Ripley singles match and what it might portend, Ripley's promo cadence, and much more with live callers, emails, and an on-site correspondent from Providence.
Speak For Change With Thomas Sage Pedersen
About Alyssa:Alyssa grew up in a low-income town in rural Oregon with a single mom who works harder than anyone she knows. Alyssa's big break was being offered a full ride to college - a dream Alyssa always had, but didn't know was in the cards for her. Alyssa's mom wasn't a voter until recently and she lived in a middle-of-nowhere bubble, so she didn't know there was anything people like her could do to make a difference in the world until someone stopped her on the street in college and asked Alyssa if she wanted to help save the sea turtles. Of course she did! By the time Alyssa graduated, she was the president of a policy advocacy student group and was overseeing 3 campaigns. She graduated and was hired on to the presidential election for Elizabeth Warren - the campaign trail was a dream come true. She was crushed when she lost, but soon joined Biden's campaign and got to win! Since then, Alyssa has moved back to her home state of Oregon and took a job in nonprofit fundraising for a local homeless services organization.Find Alyssa:Website: http://alyssa-gilbert-8rl4.squarespace.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alyssa-gilbert-a63337138/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/alyssa_7_nicole Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alyssa_7_nicole/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alyssa.n.gilbert.3Support the show
Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins
In episode 291, Kestrel welcomes Abby Mills, aka @abbyontheinternet, to the show. A product designer working in tech in the San Francisco Bay Area, Abby is a style enthusiast, thrifter, beginner sewist, and a slow fashion + sustainability advocate. “If we're talking about the original definition of de-influencing, I think it's great that more people are talking about this. There's a wider conversation that's happening now, and it's this newer idea to a more mainstream audience. And I think that a lot of people are craving this conversation. I think there's a strong response because people are pretty sick of being advertised to — they're craving the substance, they're craving this authenticity, they're craving people with a unique point of view.” -Abby You have most likely heard about this week's topic – DE-INFLUENCING. It's something that started trending over on TikTok earlier this year, and has taken on many forms since then. In its origins, it was about becoming more critical about the things that we buy – and it started when a lot of so-called influencers started telling folks what NOT to buy, instead of their typical MO which is to focus on selling us things from their brand partners – things we more often than not, don't need. This is a refreshing idea – I mean, our feeds are flooded with sponcon these days. Apparently traditional influencer marketing was a $16.4 billion industry last year, and we are becoming increasingly aware of how much we are being marketed to on a constant basis. But while the initial concept of de-influencing is refreshing, it's definitely not new. There are several *influencers* or *content creators* who have been talking about issues around overconsumption and fast fashion and buying less for years now. Insert writer Aja Barber or creator Heidi Kaluza or drag queen Kimberly Clark – who was doing anti-hauls on YouTube 7 years ago, or this week's guest – who sometimes calls herself an ex-influencer. Over the last couple of months, we have seen the meaning of de-influencer shift rapidly. It's gone from being about critiquing our consumerist society to instead, being co-opted by influencers and marketers as an opportunity to share why you shouldn't buy this product and instead, you should just buy that product! Before we dive deep into all these layers – let's take a step back and momentarily examine what the origins of the influencer industry were all about. This week's guest reminds us that the influencer industry was built off of the idea that folks trust the authenticity of everyday people, aka influencers, more than actual brands. But, aren't we all struggling to trust *influencers* today? Aren't we regularly overwhelmed with searching for some sort of authenticity, because so much of the content we consume was created, solely because someone was paid to create it? As this week's guest proposes – if influencers were actually doing their jobs (which includes being truthful and honest with their communities), would the de-influencing trend even exist? If you can't tell yet, we go down a labyrinth of a rabbit hole with this one – but a lot of the discussion circles back to this primary question — Can de-influencing help us combat overconsumption? Quotes & links from the conversation: “Deinfluencing EXPLAINED Sustainability, Overconsumption, & Deifluencers” — video by Queer Brown Vegan that Kestrel mentions “The new TikTok trend is convincing people not to buy things”, article in The Washington Post that Kestrel mentions “Can Social Media's New Deinfluencing Trend Really Encourage Us To Buy Less Stuff?”, article in British Vogue by Aditi Mayer that Kestrel mentions Aja Barber — one of the original folks who have been talking about de-influencing concepts (mentioned on the show) Heidi Kaluza — one of the original folks who have been talking about de-influencing concepts (mentioned on the show) Kimberly Clark — one of the original folks who have been talking about de-influencing concepts (mentioned on the show) Mandy Lee — *trend* analyst who has discussed de-influencing (mentioned on the show) “I started to understand what monetizing was all about — when I came into this industry, I naively did not understand how to get paid to be on the internet. And now, if you're a content creator or a vlogger or an influencer or whatever you call yourself — if you're monetizing, you're in the advertising industry. And this is not a judgement, you know, the advertising industry is a huge industry — there are many smart and creative people. So, it's not a judgment, but it's a fact. If you want to be paid to be on the internet and you're not being paid by your following, like through subscribers, you're part of the advertising industry.” -Abby (15:14) “That's something that I try to practice throughout many aspects of my life is allowing myself to have little moments of failures and mistakes and being kind with myself so that I can feel confident to try new things … mistakes are an integral part of the learning process. You know, they're not accidental — they really are necessary if you want to learn and you want to grow.” -Abby (49:20) Follow Abby on Instagram >
On this week's edition of MMA Talk for Pro Wrestling Fans, Robert Vallejos and Rick Monsey review UFC 286, including discussion on the future of the welterweight division and Justin Gaethje's next move. They give a quick preview of the upcoming UFC Fight Night headlined by Marlon Vera vs. Cory Sandhagen. They discuss the dynamics of Conor McGregor and USADA. They close the show with a random discussion on music festival promoters.
This week's Urban Valor episode features Korean war veteran, Victor Real. Victor grew up in Santa Monica, CA during the Great Depression. To make money he picked cotton, grapes, and cleared out walnut fields. When the harvest ended, and there was no money to be made, Victor decided to enlist in the Marines. Shortly after enlisting, he requested to go to aviation school where he finished in the top three of his class. It landed him a job working with President D. Eisenhower to establish what we now know as “Marine One.” During a preflight inspection, Victor witnessed a plane crash into the ocean and ended up rescuing the drowning pilot who was stuck in his harness. Upon transitioning out of the Marine Corps, Victor received his engineering degree and was credited with two patents in his name for the work he did.
Today's PWTorch Dailycast is a Double Feature. First up is "Wrestling Night in America," where PWTorch columnist Greg Parks is joined by PWTorch.com contributor Tony Donofrio to preview ROH Supercard of Honor and NXT Stand and Deliver. They also take phone calls on AEW house shows, Bray Wyatt, LA Knight, and more.Next is "Nick & Tom's Intercontinental Adventure." While Sami Zayn and Jey Uso reach fever pitch, Nick Barbati and Tom Colohue talk about the intrusion of Cody Rhodes and the incoming story of Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair.
This is the second episode of a two-part mini-series on the history of maritime special forces. In this episode we explore the history of combat divers - an elite within an elite.Combat divers must pass selection twice – firstly into their chosen elite military unit before passing a specialist combat diving qualification. Units are extremely small; they use specialist kit and vehicles; their work is dangerous and lonely; and their operations are cloaked in secrecy. Their history is rich and fascinating and runs from the Second World War to the present day, as so powerfully shown in the recent attack on the Russian Nordstream gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea. As their kit and equipment has constantly evolved, so has the nature of their work and their capabilities. To find out more Dr Sam Willis spoke with former Royal Marines Commando Michael G. Welham, a man with extensive military and commercial diving experience and author of the recent ‘Combat Divers: An illustrated history of special forces divers'. Sam and Mike discuss the Second World War roots of combat divers working in Grand Harbour, Malta to protect allied shipping; managing risk underwater; navigation underwater; equipment and weapons; the use of marine mammals in underwater warfare; and a variety of operations that highlight the changing challenges of special forces divers over time including the actions of Soviet Spetsnaz divers in Swedish territorial waters during the Cold War. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Host, Rachel, discusses the different modalities of therapy and talks about her experience doing an NLP style therapy session with former guest, Allen Kanerva. Check out Allen's episode here: https://sites.libsyn.com/421637/allen-kanerva-healing-trauma-in-15-minutes Psychology Today webpage explaining the types of therapy: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/types-of-therapy **If you are experiencing suicidal ideations or have experienced sexual assault and need help or someone to talk to, please reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673** **Any views discussed in this episode are strictly personal views and not views of the United States military. This podcast is in no way affiliated with any branch of the United States military. Some names have been changed in order to protect the identities of speakers and/or names mentioned throughout episodes.** Sign the petition for Better Mental Health Care in the United States Navy here: https://chng.it/z2M6WR2WcM Follow Your Story Doesn't End Here on IG at https://www.instagram.com/_ysdeh/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/ysdeh
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Within many TTRPGs, most folks consider there to be 3 pillars of gameplay: Combat, Exploration, and Roleplay. Combat, as most of us know, tends to get a lot of attention, but the other two get much less-so. So, this week, we explore exploration with a little hands-on time where we get to meet an Andrew character, and that character does his level best to move through the world that Adam has ready for him. Let's see what this fellow manages to get up to, and what we can learn from his... efforts. :)Support the show
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back ten years (3-15-2013) to Wade Keller's interview with Ed Ferrara, a former WWE, WCW, TNA creative team member. Ferrara discusses the Attitude Era, WrestleMania 29 hype, TNA experience and growth, WCW frustrations, the Oklahoma character, and more. They take live calls and answer emails for 65 minutes. Then Keller reacts more to last night's TNA Impact episode and the absence of Jeff Hardy from the Lockdown PPV fallout episode.Then in a bonus interview from 10 years ago (3-8-2013), PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill interviews former TNA wrestler Shark Boy with live callers and emailers on TNA memories, working under a mask, his current projects, thoughts on current events in wrestling, and other topics. This includes the previously VIP-exclusive Aftershow with Shark Boy.
Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.
The Fireground Fitness Podcast, Rayne Gray
Sometimes when you meet a person you sense a little something that sets them apart from the gen pop. The way they carry, or present, themselves - maybe a clear sense of comfort in a room full of senior members, the assortment of military tattoos unashamedly inking across the forearms, the dogged determination demonstrated every time they are presented with opposition. Finding all these uncommon virtues in one person is rare for sure. Add to that a humble and quiet professionalism you find yourself talking to Captain Matt Shields. I have known Shields for many years and yet it wasn't until we sat down to record a podcast that I began to truly appreciate Shields and how he became such a competent and hard charging individual. In episode 89 we discussed his upbringing in the northeast Phoenix area, his journey into the ARMY ranger regiment and the fire service. We discuss all this and so much more, enjoy! HOOAH! Now… go get some! __________________________ A little more about our guest… Matt Shields was born and raised in Cave Creek, Az. He is married with 4 daughters and lives just north of the valley on a couple of acres. Matt is currently a Captain Paramedic with the Phoenix Fire Department assigned to Engine 960 B-Shift. Matt assists the department with the development and instruction related to Engine Operations, Violent Incidents, and EMS. Prior to his time with the Phoenix Fire, Matt served four years in the Army from 2003-2008. He passed the Ranger Indoctrination Process and was selected to 1st Ranger Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment as an airborne infantryman. Matt completed four combat deployments, two to Afghanistan and two to Iraq, were he performed a wide range of duties including- Direct action raids, Combat search and rescue, Site exploitation, and various other jobs. __________________________ You can find the Fireground Fitness podcast wherever great podcasts are located. So, search it out and subscribe. Your feedback is powerful, and greatly appreciated. Go to apple podcasts, subscribe, rate and review the podcast or shoot me an email! Our guest can be reached at: email@example.com Your host can be reached at: IG: @firegroundfitness FB: @fireground fitness Twitter: @firegroundfit Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
PWTorch editor Wade Keller is joined by guest cohost Rich Fann from the PWTorch Livecast “Saturday Deep Dive” discussing Monday Night Raw from five years ago including Roman Reigns vs. U.S. Marshalls, John Cena's latest calling out of Undertaker, Braun Strowman, Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey, Alexa Bliss vs. Asuka, and much more including live callers, emails, and a live on-site correspondent from Dallas.
Join the COIN Collectors as they explore one of our favorite historical games: Maria. Maria is a 3 player game, designed by Richard Sivel and published by Histogames in 2009. 0:00 - Intro 01:30 - Maria Overview 03:30 - Initial Impressions 4:30 - Xander Rope-a-dope 07:00 - Combat 08:30 - 3 player dynamic 11:35 - The Map 16:00 - Maria: Deluxe Expansion 19:01 - Rules 21:00 - Negotiation 26:00 - Silesia Negotiations 28:00 - Austria Difficulty/ Strategy 33:35 - Tactical Losing 35:00 - Map Details 40:00 - More Strategy 40:44 - Combat Details/Suits 44:00 - Politcal Tracks 44:50 - Saxony 47:20 - Electorate Spaces 49:00 - Replayability 50:00 - Play Time 52:30 - Final Thoughts 58:50 - How fragile is the card draw 103:49 - DoaM Madness Plea http://www.dadsonamap.com http://www.youtube.com/@dadsonamap Support the Show - Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dadsonamap Twitter and Instagram - @dadsonamap
Don't Give Up The Ship Podcast
dgutspodcast.com/seeds-of-triumph dgutsapparel.com https://soundcloud.com/usailorwillis/ Patreon: https://patreon.com/dgutspodcast Facebook: Don't Give Up The Ship Podcast / Apparel Instagram: @dgutspodcast / @dgutsapparel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DontGiveUpTheShipPodcast Email: email@example.com Store: dgutspodcast.com/shop Substack: https://dguts.substack.com Reddit: r/dgutspodcast u/dgutspodcast Discord: @dgutspodcast Episode 8 – Combating Isolation with Project Refit (Dan Lombard) WARNING: The events discussed in this episode could be triggering for some; listen with caution! The host talks to Dan Lombard, an Army combat veteran and co-founder of the non-profit Project Refit, focusing on combating isolation among veterans, active military and first responders through community and health/wellness focused events. Daniel shares his personal stories of combat, and how he triumphed through the traumatic events he experienced while serving in the Army. Mental Health Resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XFgkgAww7SZvi_eFruYjgFTlpkIc6o1O0FzlL6wzJYs/edit?usp=sharing Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by the speaker and all guests are not those of the Department of Defense, United States Navy or any other government agency. They are strictly those of the speakers who do not speak for any other organization or entity. DISCLAIMER: The speaker(s) are NOT mental health professionals and do not intend any of the content of this podcast as mental health advice. If you need professional mental health advice, please seek out your closest military or civilian mental health providers immediately.
In this episode of Moments in Leadership, host David B. Armstrong invites LtGen Dave Furness back to the show to discuss various topics related to leadership. LtGen Furness covers the importance of leadership in making organizations successful and the difference in the interaction between the lieutenants and the captains. LtGen Furness emphasizes that leaders should be frequent in praising their subordinates and building goodwill, loyalty, and commitment. He believes that the best Marine organizations are those where the collective goes above and beyond what's required and that this is achieved by leaders who care about their people and are passionate about making their journey better. To make this happen, he stresses the importance of mentorship and making time for it, regardless of rank. He emphasizes the obligation of senior leaders to impact as many people as possible and advises leaders to stand up for their beliefs and tell their bosses the necessary information, even if it's not what they want to hear. While every leader is responsible for setting this culture and foundation, the episode also covers the need for senior leadership to operationalize the various lines of effort in the USMC, such as Talent Management, Training, and Education. LtGen Furness suggests that leadership needs to be taught as a personal connection to another human being, and the first step to establishing this relationship is building rapport. He talks about the importance of building a relationship quickly to establish trust. Institutionally, LtGen Furness also discusses the impact of hazing and yelling in military training on the development of young Marines. LtGen Furness argues that theatrical yelling, screaming, and hazing contribute to a culture that teaches Marines that this is the way to lead. Instead, he suggests removing such behaviors and adopting a more professional approach that holds Marines accountable for their actions without resorting to hazing. LtGen Furness has given a 90-minute class to every Basic School company for the last two and a half years. The class covers the role of leaders in making organizations elite and how to lead organizations. Afterward, he stays and answers questions until the lieutenants are tired of asking. He notes that the questions are very informed and cover topics such as strategic policy, force design, and leadership hypothetical questions about scenarios they might face when entering the operational forces. He says that the lieutenants ask better questions than he did at a similar stage in his career. Overall, the episode is an insightful discussion about leadership, the importance of mentorship, and the need for leaders to build relationships with their subordinates. Thank you for supporting the project (below) Please consider supporting this project on Supercast: Moments In Leadership Supercast Want to support the project AND look cool at the gym or when you take your blouse off for a working party? Grab a cool tee shirt here from Mission Essential Gear, where every order supports this project AND donates back to Patrol Base Abbate Be sure to check out the sponsor of this show Fieldseats.com for virtual reviews of great firearms, optics and gear where at the end of the virtual review, they give theitem away to an attendee. Be sure to use CODE: “LETHALMINDS” for 10% off the registration to a virtual review and check out their Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube accounts @filed_seats [Terms and Conditions apply] Relevant Resources & Other Mentioned Episodes: Listen to Ep 13: SgtMaj Don Reynolds, USMC - Officer and Staff NCO Relationships: The Good, the Bad, the Right, and the WrongListen to Ep 14: MajGen Dale Alford, USMC - Leadership in Combat at Every Rank He Has Ever HeldListen to Ep 16: LtGen David Furness, USMC - Navigating the Decline in Marine Discipline, Increasing Marine Corps Retention, the “Basic Daily Routine” and Post-Traumatic Winning Listen to Ep 21: The Hotwash – A Leadership Panel of Six Officers Discuss their Opinions of the Past Episodes Turn the Ship Around: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders by L. David Marquet, Captain U.S. Navy (Ret) (not an affiliate link) What is Moments in Leadership?Moments in Leadership is a podcast where you will hear firsthand about the careers of senior military leaders as they share their unique and individual experiences. Moments in Leadership will immerse you in real-life stories where you will learn about the challenging situations these accomplished leaders faced and discover the lessons they learned early in their careers that were the most influential in developing their overall leadership style. Conceptualized by a group of friends who served together as young officers in the early to mid-1990s sitting around a firepit telling funny leadership stories, Moments in Leadership is designed to provide some relatable context to the formal leadership training leaders of all ranks and services receive throughout their military careers through the power of storytelling. Why Should You Support this project? I realize all of the leaders who listen to the episodes are at different levels of life, and my goal is to be able to have this project remain free and available to anyone who wants it and your donations help go towards that. Your donations go towards offsetting my costs of producing high-quality episodes. Additionally, since this is a part-time hobby project for me, I'm forced to outsource a good deal of work to others to maintain a regular publishing schedule. Your donations help offset these costs as well. Check out my Supercast site and see if any level is a good fit for helping: Connect with Us:Visit the Moments in Leadership website: Follow us on Instagram: Follow us on Twitter: Email us: email@example.com Other Podcasts Interviews with David B. ArmstrongScuttlebutt Podcast EP 38Former Action Guys Podcast EP 161 Former Action Guys Podcast EP 141 Former Action Guys Podcast EP 60 Former Action Guys Podcast EP 54 About the Host:David B. Armstrong, CFA, is President and Co-Founder of Monument Wealth Management, an independent wealth management firm he started in 2008 in Alexandria, Va. David received his BA from the University of South Carolina in Government & International Relations and his MBA at the University of South Carolina's Moore School of Business in International Finance. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant through the Navy ROTC program and served on Active Duty in the Marine Corps from 1990-1997 as an Artillery Officer and then received a secondary MOS as a Tank Officer. He re-entered the Selected Marine Corps Reserves in 2003 and served in several billets across the Artillery, Tank, and Light Armored Reconnaissance communities. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in late 2018.
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
In this week's Interview Classic episode, we jump back to two interviews from ten years ago (3-1-2013). First up is Wade Keller's interview with Jake "The Snake" Roberts and then Wade's interview with ex-WWE Creative Team member John Piermarini.Jake detailed his road to recovery at DDP's house, detailed how Scott Hall was doing in his recovery, and reflected on his bad choices and his dreams for the future. A remarkably frank telling of his road to DDP's "accountability house" including why DDP made him get rid of his t-shirts when he first arrived. Live caller questions and emails, too.Then Piermarini discussed hot topics including the Vince McMahon to Triple H power transition behind scenes, Swagger/Zeb controversy, WM29 hype, Miz's babyface turn, WM30 speculation, Undertaker's streak, and more including live calls and emails.
Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Post-shows
PWTorch's Kelly Wells fills in for Wade Keller and is joined by PWTorch's Tom Stoup to discuss WWE Friday Night Smackdown including thoughts on Cody Rhodes's opening promo about facing Roman Reigns, the latest with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, the Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus match to earn an IC Title match at WrestleMania, a new "WrestleMania showcase" is announced with little fanfare, and more with live callers and mailbag.
Patrick Moynahan and Alex McDonald kick off the sixty-first episode of PWTorch ‘90s Pastcast discussing issue #217 of the PWTorch including news on SMW including Arn Anderson's debut, part two of Wade's Torch Talk with Dutch Mantell, Savage vs. Lawler news, tons of news from WWF and WCW, and so much more. Email us questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Treasured Wellness- Biblical Mindset Holistic Health, Christian Midlife, Improve Energy over 40, Overcome Fatigue & Stress
Do you feel stress, anxiety and negative energy in your home? Stress, anxiety and negative energy in your home can make for a very uncomfortable environment. Sometimes even making a person almost dread going home. Our homes should be our peaceful sanctuary. When we are going through a stressful circumstance or trial it doesn't always feel like a sanctuary. It doesn't always feel like a peaceful place. Aside from getting to the bottom of WHY there is so much stress, anxiety and negative energy in your home, HOW can you bring PEACE to your home? The Bible is God's holy word. It is true, it is real and it can bring God's children peace. I challenge you to read Psalm 91 every single night out loud for the next week. See how much more peaceful your home feels. How much more peaceful your heart feels. How calm and peaceful your spirit feels. God doesn't want His daughters walking around full of stress, anxiety and negative energy. Combat all of that with the truth and power of God's word over your life, your home and your family. I promise you it will bring the "peace that passes all understanding." I pray this blesses you today! XO, Michelle Want to shed inflammation? Take 30 Days to do a Gentle Cleanse and Detox to jumpstart ridding your body of toxic inflammation, improve your immune system and begin to implement fresh, consistent changes to your lifestyle in a doable way! Know that you want to be ALL IN for 4 months of intentional lifestyle change? SHAPE ReClaimed Anti-inflammatory Lifestyle Modification Program is for you! Do you want a functional eye on your labs? In one 60 minute session I can help you to understand your lab results using a functional health approach. We will discuss lifestyle tweaks you can make to improve your health so you can be proactive in caring for yourself well. Schedule your one time Lab Analysis Session Constantly tired and feeling stuck on how to increase your energy? Book your 1 hour FATIGUE FREEDOM COACHING SESSION for only $47! In just one hour you will get clarity on what your personal fatigue causes or triggers are so that you can be intentional in your day to banish them and have more natural energy. You will walk away with a simple customized holistic health plan to take the next steps to where you want to go in your health journey. Grab your session now! Join me in my FB Group, Holistic Health for Christian Women over 40, to be supported, encouraged and educated in your health https://www.facebook.com/groups/933692933927629 Want more FREE tips on how to regain your energy in a natural way using clear daily action steps along with some delicious and supportive recipes? Grab my FREE Foggy and Fatigued Blueprint SIGN UP FOR SOLWIN.TV!! When you do, be sure to reach out to me on Solwin social! https://solwin.tv/?mref=michelle50 **Catch the Treasured Wellness Podcast on https://christianmix106.com/ and https://solwin.tv/ RELATED EPISODES: Ep. 130 Do you handle stress well? Ep. 136 Do you often have high anxiety?