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Po Politickin
Episode 546: Xp The Marxman | PoPolitickin

Po Politickin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 28:49


In this episode, we politick with XP The Marxman. https://www.instagram.com/xpthemarxman/Support the Movementcashapp $popolitickin https://www.patreon.com/popolitickin​

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
From Complex To Queens, Episode 152: The 2022 Top 25 Prospects List, Part III

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 54:01


Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas begin the day discussing the signings that the Mets made this past week when the 2022-2023 international free agent period began. The team highlights who the Mets signed, the impact that their signing will have on the minor league system, and the impact that their signing will have on their individual lives and that of their families. Following that, the team continues their discussion of the Amazin' Avenue Mets Top 25 Prospects list. This week, they go over prospects 9 through 5, OF Alexander Ramirez, OF Nick Plummer, OF Khalil Lee, RHP JT Ginn, and RHP Matthew Allan. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pods Like Us
Pods Like Us meets The Icarus Complex

Pods Like Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 65:40


Marv chats with Linden Cole, the creator, narrator, producer, and director of the audio drama The Icarus Complex - Liam is a young man navigating the world, trying to find out his place therein, and experiencing many things as he goes along. An emotional rollercoaster ride of a journey, that doesn't shy away as it looks at topics such as race, youth culture, exclusivity, and much more. The Icarus Complex on Twitter Marv's links #theicaruscomplex #podcasts #chatshow #podslikeus #theicarusprojectpodcast 

The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal
Episode 504 | "We Need More Man Meetings"

The Joe Budden Podcast with Rory & Mal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 152:32


Joe kicks off the pod by telling us why he archived his Instagram posts (13:05). The guys then discuss new music releases for the week (20:18) and the upcoming Super Bowl performances (44:30). Complex announces a new list of the best rappers from each year ranging from 1980 to 2018 (1:06:20). This sparks a conversation about artists and their issues with music labels (1:18:12) and MORE! Become a Patron of The Joe Budden Podcast for additional bonus episodes and visual content for all things JBP: Tap in here www.patreon.com/JoeBudden  Sleeper Picks Joe | Amber Mark - “Softly” Ice | Lil Wayne - “Live From The 504” Parks | Che` Noir - “Communion” Ish | Yung Bleu & Ne-Yo - “Through The Fire”

World Business Report
Update: Intel to invest $20bn in new Ohio chipmaking complex

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 16:23


The American technology firm Intel says it will spend $20 billion dollars to build two semiconductor chip factories in the US state of Ohio as a global shortage continues. Alena Semuels is the Senior Economics Correspondent at Time and explains the significance of the factories. Chris Low of FHN Financial analyses the possible wider impact on the markets. Also on the programme, how long should people isolate when they have Covid? And are businesses able to keep up with the changing rules? Its a question Marketplace's Kai Rysdall put to Cynthia Baur of the University of Maryland School of Public Health This edition of World Business Report was presented by Rahul Tandon and produced by Nisha Patel

Learn True Health with Ashley James
473 How Transforming Our Innate Survival Response System Unleashes Our Infinite Healing Capacity, Galectin-3, "the Survival Protein" is a Revolutionary Process to Healing Cancer & Other Complex Conditions Using Dr. Isaac Eliaz's Integrative Approac

Learn True Health with Ashley James

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 83:33


Psalm 23 Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIrS3h7cH_A BOOK: The Survival Paradox https://amzn.to/3AkKkOL Modified Citrus Pectin https://amzn.to/33xG02N Medical Center, Amitabha Medical Clinic in Santa Rosa, CA: www.amitabhaclinic.com      

Python Bytes
#267 Python on the beach

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 32:50


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us: Check out the courses over at Talk Python And Brian's book too! Michael #1: Box: Python dictionaries with advanced dot notation access Want to treat dictionaries like classes? Box. small_box = Box({'data': 2, 'count': 5}) small_box.data == small_box['data'] == getattr(small_box, 'data') == small_box.get('data') There are over a half dozen ways to customize your Box and make it work for you: Check out the new Box github wiki for more details and examples! Superset of dict See Types of Boxes as well Brian #2: Reading tracebacks in Python Trey Hunner “When Python encounters an error in your code, it will print out a traceback. Let's talk about how to use tracebacks to fix our code.” Brian's commentary Tracebacks can feel like brick wall of error telling you “you suck”. But they are really meant to help you, and do, once you know how to read them. Probably should be one of the earliest things we teach people new to coding. Like maybe: hello world tracebacks testing Anyway, back to Trey Start at the bottom. Read the last line first That will have the type of exception and an error message The two lines above that are The exact filename and line number where the exception occurs a copy of the line Those two lines are a stack frame. Keep going up and it's other stack frames for the callstack of how you got here. Trey walks through this with an example and shows how to solve an error at a high level stack frame using the traceback. Michael #3: Raspberry Pi: These two new devices just went live on the International Space Station The International Space Station has connected new Raspberry 4 Model B units to run experiments from 500 student programmer teams in Europe. From the education-focused European Astro Pi Challenge These are new space-hardened Raspberry Pi units, dubbed Astro Pi The AstroPi units are part of a project run by the European Space Agency (ESA) for the Earth-focused Mission Zero and Mission Space Lab. The former allows young Python programmers to take humidity readings on board ISS while the latter lets students run various scientific experiments on the space station using its sensors. Brian #4: Make Simple Mocks With SimpleNamespace Adam Johnson Who's crushing it recently, BTW, lots of recent blog posts SimpleNamespace is in the types standard library package. Works great as a test double, especially as a stub or fake object. “It's as simple as possible, with no faff around being callable, tracking usage, etc.” Example: >from types import SimpleNamespace >obj = SimpleNamespace(x=12, y=17, verbose=True) >obj namespace(x=12, y=17, verbose=True) >obj.x 12 >obj.verbose True unittest.mock.Mock also works, but has the annoying feature that, unless you pass in a spec, any attribute will be allowed. The SimpleNamespace solution doesn't allow any typos or other attributes. Example: >obj.vrebose Traceback (most recent call last): File "[HTML_REMOVED]", line 1, in [HTML_REMOVED] AttributeError: 'types.SimpleNamespace' object has no attribute 'vrebose'. Did you mean: 'verbose'? Michael #5: Extra, extra, exta Marak Squires, supply chain issues (NPM), and terrorism? [npm issues] css outlines! python 3.10.2 Python Shorts YouTube series #1 Parsing data with Pydantic #2 Counting the number of times items appear with collections.Counter Stream Deck + PyCharm video, github repo Brian #6: 3 Things You Might Not Know About Numbers in Python David Amos Most understated phrase I've read in a long time: “… there's a good chance that you've used a number in one of your programs” There's more to numbers than many people realize The 3 things numbers have methods integers have to_bytes(length=1, byteorder="big") int.from_bytes(b'x06xc1', byteorder="big") class method bit_length() and a bunch of others floats have is_integer(), as_integer_ratio() and a bunch more use variables or parentheses, though. 5.bit_length() doesn't work n=5; n.bit_length() and (5).bit_length() works numbers have hierarchy Every number in Python is an instance of the Number class. so isinstance(value, Number) should work for any number type Then there's 4 abstract types encompassing other types Complex: has type complex Real: has float Rational: has Fraction Integral: has int and bool Where's Decimal? It's not part of those abstract types, it directly inherits from Number Also, floats are weird Numbers are extensible You can derive from numeric classes, both abstract and concrete, and create your own However, to do this effectively, you gotta implement A LOT of dunder methods. Joke:

Taringa Podcast
Taringa - Ep 223 - Kupu, Kupu, Kupu with MC Grammar - Complex Particles ”ai” - pt 3

Taringa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 42:45


He ahe koe i kore ai e kai? He aha ia e kore nei e kai? He aha au e kore ai e kai? Hei tukatuka ake anō i te tau hōu mahi ka kotahi atu tātou ki te Kupu Kupu Kupu me tō tātou mātanga reo ara ko Jared Boon me kī ko Mc Grammar. Ka āta matapakihia e mātou ngā rerenga kua whakahuatia ake i mua nā. Why didn't you eat? Why isn't he eating? Why won't I eat? To kickoff the working year we head straight into Kupu Kupu Kupu with linguistic expert Jarred Boon, AKA "MC Grammar",  taking a close look at the aforementioned structures.

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen
AMA with Laura on Infidelity, Trust, Grief and The Complex Reality of Love and LIfe

Tell Me Something True with Laura McKowen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 51:43


We promised more AMAs, so let's go! This week, Laura answers three questions that interlace around the topics of infidelity, trust, intimacy, divorce, addiction, forgiveness, and the complex reality of life and love. We are so grateful for the courage and trust our listeners place in us when they call in and share themselves in such generous ways. Trust us, their words and their voices will stick with you and add to your day. Submit a question for a future episode: https://www.tmstpod.com/question Show notes: The State of Affairs by Esther Perel: https://amzn.to/3AdvTvK Spotify playlist for this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7yWLC9O1WCpXdaqYArvedI?si=e740532b6dd64878 Tell Me Something True is a 100% independent podcast. There are no corporations or advertisers backing this community. We are 100% funded by the TMST community. Support TMST today so you can hear the uncut interviews, attend private events with Laura and help keep TMST ad-free: https://tmst.supercast.com/

The EdUp Experience
383: Solving the Complex Problem of Higher Ed - with Dr. John Swallow, President of Carthage College

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 48:14


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #133, YOUR guest is Dr. John Swallow, President of Carthage College, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, aka, THE Voice of Education, & YOUR special guest co-host is Kate Colbert, & YOUR sponsor is LeadSquared! John talks about how his background in mathematics and problem solving has prepared him for a college presidency - in the very complex industry of higher education! He also talks about general student financial awareness - students do understand that they are making a major purchase and investment in their future. John discusses how he and his team executed tuition reset at Carthage College including the discussion of the strategy that was foundational to pulling it off. A scholar with more than 25 years of teaching, research, and leadership experience at small liberal arts colleges, President Swallow has a deep commitment to innovative education. Since taking office in July 2017, he has developed comprehensive strategies to guide the College's work on several fronts. Through his vision, Carthage has implemented a variety of forward-thinking initiatives. He has overseen the launches of The Aspire Program™ for career development, several academic programs that align with student interest, and three new NCAA Division III sports. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn more about what others are saying about their EdUp experience ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message

Mama Bear Podcast
180. Dozens of professional storage & organizational hacks for ALLLL of the extra items medically complex families often need.

Mama Bear Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 43:38


Check out Mama Bear Daily Membership: A Place for Caregivers HERE. I'd love to see you there! https://mamabearmedia.teachable.com/p/mama-bear-daily  References: https://www.hgtv.com/design/design-blog/clean-and-organize/organization-solutions-that-work-in-even-the-smallest-spaces    https://www.papernstitchblog.com/clever-ideas-organization/    https://www.containerstore.com/organization-projects/general/tip/8-tips-small-space-living     https://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/organizing/small-space-organizing-tips   https://www.hunker.com/13723697/small-space-organization-expert-tips   The average person spends two and a half days searching for misplaced items, such as the remote control, keys, or glasses) each year (Reference). Stat: Nearly 25% of us are late to school or work at least twice a week as a result of searching for lost items. (Reference)

PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast
Year-end toolkit: Resolving complex issues

PwC's accounting and financial reporting podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 51:15


In each episode of our Year-end toolkit series, you'll find something relevant to the year-end reporting process.This week Heather Horn was joined by Gerry Flynn, PwC's National Office leader, to discuss a topic that can be a source of stress for preparers during the relatively short time between year end and year-end reporting: how to manage issues to resolution effectively.In this episode you'll hear them discuss:3:12 - The importance of a defined escalation protocol6:06 - Taking emotion out of the process12:06 - The importance of a thorough assessment18:30 - Managing CFO and audit committee expectations23:02 - When to involve auditors31:10 - Control implications and performing an effective “post-mortem”Gerry also shares his perspective on managing through the current COVID-19 variant surge, and the need for contingency plans during this time.Want to learn more? Listen to our previous podcasts in the series, Year-end toolkit: Reminders from PwC's National Office and Year-end toolkit: Statement of cash flowsGerry Flynn is the leader of PwC's National Office, overseeing the firm's accounting, auditing, SEC, and other quality-related specialists. Prior to joining the National Office, Gerry spent nearly 30 years serving many of the firm's largest clients in diverse industries, from entertainment and professional sports to life sciences, biotech, and pharmaceuticals.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Transcripts available upon request. Please send requests to us_podcast@pwc.com.

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Tuesday, January 18, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 26:44


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 11:44): ────────────────── ‘What We Know is That This is a Very Intelligent Terrorist.': Aafia Siddiqui and Colleyville Synagogue Hostages CNN (PETER BERGEN) How Aafia Siddiqui Became an Icon for Terrorists WASHINGTON POST (ANNABELLE TIMSIT, SOUAD MEKHENNET AND TERRENCE MCCOY) Who is Aafia Siddiqui? Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker Allegedly Sought Release of ‘Lady al-Qaeda' NEW YORK TIMES (ZIA UR-REHMAN AND MICHAEL LEVENSON) Officials Investigating Synagogue Attacker's Link to 2010 Terror Case PART 2 (11:45 - 14:56): ────────────────── Terrorism, the Depth of Human Depravity, and the Complex and Difficult Endeavor of Pursuing Justice in a Fallen World PART 3 (14:57 - 26:44): ────────────────── The ‘Latinx' Controversy: The Worldview Implications of an Ideological Term Embraced by Media and Academic Elites, But Hated by Others WALL STREET JOURNAL (CHARLOTTE ALLEN) ‘Latinx' Isn't Popular With Latinos USA TODAY (ANA GOñI-LESSAN AND KATHERINE KOKAL) Florida Official Called Latinx a 'Ridiculous Woke Term.' Some LGBTQ+ People Call It a Lifeline

LeVar Burton Reads
Immersive Remix: "The Galactic Tourist Industrial Complex" by Tobias S. Buckell

LeVar Burton Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:09


Get a sneak peek of our our immersive sound! A cab driver spends an ordinary day ferrying passengers around Manhattan -- until an incident involving a wealthy alien tourist imperils his livelihood. Content advisory: alien death.

True Multifamily
E96: Justin Fraser & Matt Faircloth - They transformed an apartment complex and doubled investor's money along the way!

True Multifamily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 52:42


In this episode, Matt Faircloth of the DeRosa Group joins Justin Fraser to share the huge success of selling DeRosa Capital 8, Douglas Square Apartments. This property was a 4-year hold that they invested $2M in CapEx renovations and increased Net Operating Income (NOI) on the property by 8x. Resources Mentioned: DeRosa Group Matt Faircloth

The Maryland Curiosity Bureau
The complex ills of water bills

The Maryland Curiosity Bureau

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 27:49


It sounds like a word-problem with a simple solution: “A city resident and a county resident get their water from the same source. They both use the same amount of water. How will their bills compare?” The answer, it turns out, is tangled up in a century-old municipal labyrinth with more twists and turns than the meandering Gunpowder River. In this episode, we hear from: Matthew Garbark, Deputy Director of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works Rianna Eckel, affordable drinking water advocate with Food and Water Watch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
From Complex To Queens, Episode 151: The 2022 Top 25 Prospects List, Part II

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 80:37


Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. This is episode 151, and unlike Bacardi 151, From Complex To Queens will not be discontinued. Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas look back at some other discontinued drinks in Promote, Extend, Trade. After, the team goes over some minor Mets minor league news regarding a certain 16-year-old Dominican outfielder/infielder who has a very famous brother. Following that, the team continues their discussion of the Amazin' Avenue Mets Top 25 Prospects list. This week, they go over prospects 16 through 10, RHP Dominic Hamel, RHP Adam Oller, OF Jake Mangum, RHP Eric Orze, RHP Calvin Ziegler, C Hayden Senger, and INF/OF Jaylen Palmer. Lastly, the Wilponery of the Week. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Behind the Prop
E070 - High Performance & Complex Aircraft

Behind the Prop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 37:57


From this week's show:Tom Cruise Laughs Hysterically at The Late Show with David Letterman - YouTubePlease subscribe to our podcast, and share this week's episode!  It really helps grow the show.Also be sure to follow us on social media:Facebook - Behind the Prop - Home | FacebookInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/behindtheprop/and of course check us out any time at BehindTheProp.com!

The Resus Room
Narrow Complex Tachycardia; Roadside to Resus

The Resus Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 64:08


So in this episode we run through narrow complex tachycardias, not I hear you say a perfect visual topic for an audio platform like a podcast, but hold your horses… No matter what your level, or your depth of understanding of narrow complex tachycardias, we really hope this will offer some extra knowledge and contemplation for both those of you, like us, that have been treating patient with NCT for decades, right through to those of you that are completely new to the topic. We run through all the normal stuff like definitions, clinical context and electrical pathways. Then we have a think about those terms and concepts like node dependance, AVRT, AVNRT, WPW etc, and then we come back to the fundamentals of delivering excellent care and how we can use a structure of interpretation to decide how best to treat our patient both pre and in-hospital.  We've tried to really nail down and describe some of the concepts in a way that should make this topic a lot easier to understand and most importantly help us all deliver excellent care. Once again we'd love to hear any thoughts or feedback either on the website or via twitter @TheResusRoom. Enjoy! Simon, Rob & James

The Opperman Report
Killing of Karen Silkwood: The Story Behind the Kerr-McGee Plutonium Case

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 62:51


Karen Silkwood, an employee of the Kerr-McGee plutonium processing plant, was killed in a car crash on her way to deliver important documents to a newspaper reporter in 1974. Silkwood was a union activist concerned about health and safety issues at the plant, and her death at age twenty-eight was considered by many to be highly suspicious. Was it Kerr-McGee's revenge on a troublesome whistle-blower? Or was it part of a much larger conspiracy reaching from the Atomic Energy Commission to the FBI and the CIA? Richard Rashke leads us through the myriad of charges and countercharges, theories and facts, and reaches conclusions based solely on the evidence in hand. Originally published in 1981, his book offers a vivid, edgy picture of the tensions that racked this country in the 1970s. However, the volume is not only an important historical document. Complex, fascinating characters populate this compelling insider's view of the nuclear industry. The issues it explores―whistle-blowers, worker safety, the environment, and nuclear vulnerability―have not lost relevance today, twenty-six years after Silkwood's white Honda Civic was found trapped in a concrete culvert near Oklahoma City. For this second edition, Rashke has added a Preface and three short chapters that explore what has been learned about Silkwood since the book's original publication, explain what happened to the various actors in the drama, and discuss the long-term effects of the events around Silkwood's death.

The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson
Episode 157: The Testing Industrial Complex Strikes Again with Dr. Basavana Goudra

The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 58:31


Whether you are in medicine or not, you are affected by the board certification and board recertification process. The certification and recertification process is not only expensive but also stressful contributing to burnout with physicians. After completing a specialty residency training, candidates for board certification have to jump through a number of tests to become board certified. These include a written exam and then possibly other components like oral exam, case review or something else. That something else is the subject for today's show - the Objective Structural Clinical Examination (OSCE). What is the OSCE? The OSCE is a new addition to the board certification process by the American Board of Anesthesiology whereby the trainees are subjected to various tests with 'standardized actors' to see how they can perform various personal skills like informed consent, canceling cases with surgeons, etc. This type of extremely subjective exam (despite the title) is ripe for interpretation that puts residents at the whim of cultural, personal, and acting disadvantages. The further question would be does this actually add anything to the skills of the physician? What do Residents (And Program Directors) Think of OSCE? The study conducted by Dr. Goudra looked at what residents thought of the value of OSCE was not good. In fact, 90% felt that it was a useless component that provided no benefit to determining whether someone was a good physician or better clinician. A previous study conducted by the ABA actually found that a majority of program directors also thought the exam was not worthwhile - yet it was implemented and still exists. This is about as good an example of the specialty boards' complete lack of accountability and focus on revenue. We've talked about all their problems with recertification here, here, and here.

Return of the Pod: A Podcast About Star Wars
Emotionally Complex Creatures (The Book of Boba Fett 1.3)

Return of the Pod: A Podcast About Star Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 87:42


Here comes the iMac gang of many colors! Our heroes discuss Chapter 3 of The Book of Boba Fett before arriving at Planet Canonica. Join Brian, Caitlin, and Matt for a mission with the youths, Danny Trejo, Stephen Root, and the mean streets of Mos Espa. YOUTHS!

Trading Nut | Trader Interviews - Forex, Futures, Stocks (Robots & More)
157: 20 Year Trading Veteran Who Made Complex Methods “Idiot Proof” w/ Paul Bratby

Trading Nut | Trader Interviews - Forex, Futures, Stocks (Robots & More)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 51:52


Click here for Paul's interview show notes: https://tradingnut.com/paul-bratby/?r=pod FREE: Cam's Robot Training & Profitable Algo https://tradingnut.com/trading-robots/?r=pod For more free trader education: https://compiled.social/tradingnut

Happy Healthy Caregiver
Caring for a Family Member with Complex Disabilities with Brenda Blaise Nesbitt - Caregiver Spotlight

Happy Healthy Caregiver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:10


In today's show, I am shining the caregiver spotlight on Brenda Blais Nesbitt. Brenda is a master in advocating and navigating the confusing world of disability. Her personal experience has enhanced her ability to help others navigate the complexities of the healthcare system and excel in the challenging journey of caring for and loving those with complex needs. In today's episode we discuss how Brenda embraced outside help, why Brenda doesn't want to be pitied, and how to get comfortable having a one-sided conversation with a loved one. Show notes with product and resource links: https://bit.ly/HHCPod127 Receive the podcast in your email here: http://bit.ly/2G4qvBv Order a copy of Elizabeth's book Just for You: a Daily Self Care Journal: http://bit.ly/HHCjournal For podcast sponsorship opportunities contact Elizabeth: https://happyhealthycaregiver.com/contact-us/ The Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast is part of the Whole Care Network. Rate and Review the podcast: https://bit.ly/HHCPODREVIEW

Left of Center Show
S5 EP3 - Deep Complex Problems

Left of Center Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 63:51


Phil Taillon joins the LOCPOD crew in the studio and the group talks about Tom almost running out of gas, Indiana Republican State Senator Scott Baldwin's controversial remarks about teaching Nazism and fascism in the classroom, Ted Cruz's back-and-forth on describing the events of January 6th, and more.

Po Politickin
Episode 545: Ed “NJWeedman” Forchion | PoPolitickin

Po Politickin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 66:31


In this episode, we politick with the legendary weed activist Ed “NJWeedman” Forchion.https://linktr.ee/NJWeedman

Cincinnati Edition
Avondale's rich, complex history on display in new library lecture series

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:15


Local historians highlight the story of the neighborhood at the heart of Cincinnati — in many ways a microcosm of the American urban experience.

Medicine Stories
84. Our Complex Humanity Cannot Be Canceled

Medicine Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 45:36


Let us step out of the mass psychosis of cancel culture and remember compassion, tolerance for differing viewpoints, and recognition of the deeply complex nature of human behavior. TOPICS: Losing compassion in the name of compassion Cancel culture does nothing to create justice or healing It's an ouroboros- the more a person participates in cancel culture, the more likely they are to be cancelled The goalposts of what is and is not okay are always moving I am not here to intellectually coddle my audience Collapsing both/and issues into either/or issues Shame is not a social justice tool Treating people like human beings, not political abstractions or online content Moral perfection is impossible People are not disposable Less punishment and more rehabilitation Dehumanization only leads to more injustice What cancellation would have meant for our ancestors and how that ancient imprint affects us today The trauma of cancellation shuts down the brain areas needed for healing and growth Quitting the cult of wokeness Choosing truth over popularity The parallels with the witch hunts This is not how we restructure humanity toward a more just, kind, equitable future Cancel culture leads to self censorship Your ancestors will not cancel you, the earth will not cancel you, the sun will not cancel you RESOURCES: On Cancel Culture & the Medicine Stories Podcast Megan Jayne Crabbe's post Clementine Morrigan's post The Fucking Cancelled podcast I Was the Mob Until the Mob Came For Me Shame & Accountability by Brene Brown Chloe Valdary Theory of Enchantment Why I'm Leaving the Cult of Wokeness by Africa Brooke Africa's Instagram Medicine Stories Patreon (podcast bonuses!) My website MythicMedicine.love  Take our fun Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine? Quiz Medicine Stories Facebook group Mythic Medicine on Instagram Music by Mariee Sioux (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)

This EndoLife
My Most Effective Strategies After Seven Years of Managing Endo

This EndoLife

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 48:51


Okay so as it's the start of a new year I thought I'd do a reflective type episode.  I've been doing this podcast for a couple of years and many of you have been with me on this journey of transformation with my endometriosis, but I realised I've not really done an episode where I've shared my biggest needle movers in terms of endo strategies. I recently did a live on my key go-to daily strategies and this is a bit similar, but this is all about the things I am certain have made the biggest changes to my symptoms.  Now, they're not the only changes – supporting my liver, improving my gut health, adhesion work, physiotherapy and many more strategies have made a big difference too, but if for some crazy reason my life depended on it and I had to give just four strategies that I think made the biggest difference, it would be these. The reason why I'm sharing this is because I've seen many people and clients go down rabbit holes with very niche changes. They start researching alkaline water and focusing on only drinking that, or drinking celery juice every day, or drinking apple cider vinegar every day or doing a fast or a juice cleanse. And sure, I'm not saying there aren't benefits to some of these more nuanced additions (some of them however do more harm than good!), but if your diet is still full of processed foods or you're drinking alcohol every day, or you're not getting enough sleep or you have an underlying condition like SIBO, these smaller changes are only going to do so much. So, I'm trying to save you time by giving you an insight as to what really worked for me.  Now of course, this is my personal experience so you may respond differently, but I will say as an endo health coach, that a healthy anti-inflammatory diet and balanced blood sugar are essential to managing endometriosis. That's why I talk about them so much and why they are at the core of my work with endometriosis clients. How that fits into each client's life, if at all, is down to the individual, but all of us can benefit from a healthy diet and balanced blood sugar, even if we don't have endometriosis!  So again, before we get started, the following is my personal experience, not a protocol for you to follow, but I hope that my experience might inspire you with where to start or how to continue on your own journey of healing your endo symptoms. If you do want a more step-by-step protocol based on the science and research, then I have countless articles, podcasts and then of course my classes, courses and coaching that you can use to create your own plan for beating endo.  So let's get started… 1.      Number 1 is anti-inflammatory nutrition. This was the first thing I tried for endometriosis, way back in the beginning when I was waiting for my second operation, about seven years ago. At that time, my life was miserable. I lived in fear of my endometriosis flares, and my period was excruciating. I would have pain that would start before I was bleeding, sometimes a full 24 hours beforehand, at a level 10 on the pain scale – and then, I'd start bleeding and it would be even worse. The worst of the pain would be for about 48 hours to maybe three days, and by the third day it would start to clear and would be manageable again and would fade away.  Nothing seemed to help for the pain, I would take way too many painkillers and then spend the next couple of days recovering from the number of painkillers I had taken, feeling sick and experiencing migraines and drowsiness.   Feeling desperate, I went down a rabbit hole learning about nutrition for endo and inflammation, and I had so long to wait until my surgery that I decided to give it a go. Now, to caveat, how I did this is not how I would recommend my client's do it having now qualified as an endometriosis health coach. So, please don't take this initial bit as advice, I'm just sharing what I did for context… So, unfortunately, I didn't change my diet very strategically. I didn't do an elimination diet, where you remove certain common inflammatory foods and allergens and then add them back in one by one to see which ones you respond to. Instead, I just removed a handful and pretty much kept them out for the most part, which is not what I would recommend doing now, unless it was a food that you know, for health reasons it's generally best to keep to minimal amounts, like alcohol and added sugar. But for the most part, I wouldn't advise clients to just cut out a bunch of foods and never try them again or to stay strictly away from them forever. I guess the difference with me in this scenario is that I had just done a food intolerance test and it showed I was really intolerant to gluten and diary, and when I removed them I felt so much better, the difference in my IBS symptoms and period was so dramatic, that I think that test had been pretty accurate, though generally they're quite unreliable (an elimination diet is the most effective way to test if you have a food intolerance).  So anyway, I removed gluten, dairy, added sugar and caffeine specifically – I already wasn't drinking alcohol and so I continued with that, and I was already vegetarian so I went fully vegan at this point and decided to remove eggs too. Back then I wasn't a health coach and I was confused about the health verdict of eggs at the time (which has changed over the years), so as I wanted to go vegan anyway, I just removed them too. I don't think I was eating them much anyway, except in baked goods.  And just a side note, if you're happy to eat animal protein and it fits with your lifestyle and values (because we're all different and have to do what's right for us as individuals!), eggs are nutrient dense, great for hormones and healthy, providing that they're organic, free-range and from hens fed a diet mostly based on grass and foraging. Lean, unprocessed meat can have a role in a healthy anti-inflammatory diet for endometriosis, providing it is grass-fed, organic and free range or wild, to avoid the added hormones and inflammatory chemicals. That's a big topic for another discussion, but in short, most anti-inflammatory diets in the research show a greater intake of plant foods over meat. The link between red meat and endo is more complex and requires an entire episode itself, the bottom line is that if you do eat red meat, it's all about quality and quantity. If you want to learn more, I do cover it in my Nutrition for Endo Masterclasses and in the Live and Thrive with Endo course and this will be covered in another episode later in the year, it's just a guest episode and we haven't been able to pin a date down yet. But back to the main point, I did this elimination diet for one month, and had a pain free period. My first pain free period in years. This was the start of my managing endo naturally and holistically.  I then went onto experiment, unfortunately not very strategically as I already shared, and I would add things in here and there, and make changes, and sometimes I would have good periods and sometimes I would have bad, and because I wasn't being very strategic, I didn't always know what the cause was. But what I did know is that if I ate a diet low in inflammatory foods, and for me, what I worked out from my experiments is that my biggest inflammatory triggers were sugar, dairy, gluten, caffeine and alcohol, then I had dramatically better periods. I had some hiccups, as I'll come to explain later, but this change meant that I got my life back.  Now I didn't just swap these foods for a bunch of processed replacements like soy meat products and gluten free bread, because let's not forget, processed foods whether veggie, vegan or meat based, are still processed foods – and we know a diet high in processed food is generally inflammatory. Instead, I ensured my diet was rich in whole plant foods that were full of antioxidants, which fight inflammation. Since then, I've come to learn the science behind anti-inflammatory nutrition and a more sustainable approach to changing our diet as part of my training as an endo health coach.  In short, I focus on what we call ‘crowding out' the inflammatory or processed foods with more nutrient dense whole foods such as vegetables, fruits, healthy fats including olive oil, avocados, fatty fish if applicable, and nuts and seeds; lean protein like beans and legumes, fish and grass-fed organic meat in moderation, and whole grains, gluten free if necessary. These foods are the key foods that come up time and time again in the research as being the basis of an anti-inflammatory diet, the biggest difference is that some diets include a little meat, some not at all and some quite a bit, like the paleo diet – however, as I said before, the key takeaway is that plants outweigh meat and are the star players of an anti-inflammatory diet.  Now of course, every single body is different, so what is generally anti-inflammatory in the research may not be anti-inflammatory to you, so for example, tomatoes are very anti-inflammatory in general and according to the research, but for me, because I have histamine intolerance, they're inflammatory. So just keep that in mind, there's no one size fits all for anti-inflammatory nutrition and it also comes down to your personal lifestyle and values.  Then, if or when my client's feel ready, we go through a short 4-week elimination phase where we remove a small list of common inflammatory foods or allergens, and then we retest them one by one to see which ones are worsening inflammation and endo symptoms.  These days, I personally adopt the 80/20 rule. For the most part, I eat an anti-inflammatory diet, rich in those food groups I mentioned above. Then, occasionally, usually at the weekends, I allow myself to have some foods that aren't normally in my personal anti-inflammatory diet, like a takeaway (or take out for my American listeners) or added sugar or caffeine.  Now, this is a very short discussion on anti-inflammatory eating, and more so from my personal perspective, so please don't base any changes on what I've shared here. Instead, do further research and listen to my other episodes on anti-inflammatory nutrition for endo or read my articles, or if you want a step-by-step outline on how to make changes safely and realistically, there's of course my Nutrition for Endo Masterclasses, my course Live and Thrive with Endo or you can work with me one to one. As always, consult your doctor before making any dietary changes! And if you have a history of an eating disorder or currently have one, please work with a nutritionist or dietician and a mental health practitioner before making changes. But personally, for me, this was the first change I ever made to manage my endo and it will forever be the biggest game changer. This was the pillar that the following changes were built on.   2.   Number 2 was adding in anti-inflammatory supplements, specifically curcumin, ginger and magnesium. When I first started managing endo with nutrition, I would say that my endo was still unpredictable. I was still learning and as you'll come to see in strategy 3, I didn't really understand the science behind what my body was and wasn't responding to. To have a pain free period I felt like I had to eat “perfect” all the time, and that I could never eat any of the foods that I had cut out in the beginning - as soon as I strayed, I would end up having a really bad period that month. I felt like I was just too sensitive, and I had to work really hard to control it. It was incredible that I could even have a pain free period after years of suffering, but trying to maintain that every month was difficult. I was then offered a curcumin and ginger supplement to trial, both have been shown in studies to be effective pain relievers, and just as effective as NSAIDS, and curcumin has been shown in rat models to directly target endo and reduce lesion size and growth rate, whilst ginger has been shown time and time again to reduce period pain. I wasn't offered the supplement to test for endo, but actually for immunity, but that month was December and I had already been more relaxed with my eating so I was worried I would have a flare around my period. But then my period arrived and I felt absolutely fine, I still remember my shock and confusion trying to understand what I had done differently. For me, this was the start of consistently low pain or pain free periods. Adding supplements on top took the edge off and allowed me to be more flexible with my diet and lifestyle. This is when I really moved into the 80/20 rule I shared earlier, because I had more freedom to. Since that first encounter, I have experimented with lots of supplements and there are some great, incredibly effective ones out there which I share in episodes 130 and 131. For me, I like curcumin because there's promising research on its effects on endo, when taken consistently it's just as effective as ibuprofen so has pain relieving benefits daily, it helps to heal leaky gut which is important for keeping inflammation down, it's a powerful anti-inflammatory and we know inflammation drives pain and it can also help with brain fog. I haven't actually taken curcumin for a long time because I've had to focus on supplements for SIBO and there's only so many I can take or afford, but for several years this was my go-to and I believe played a huge role in my healing. I still take ginger to this day, just before and on my period. I would take it daily but unfortunately it burns my bladder because of my interstitial cystitis. However, I use ginger to prevent and reduce any mild cramping that may come with my period, just so I can be sure I can keep to the pain free or low pain levels that I'm used to.  What I love about ginger as well, is that if I find I have higher pain levels than usual, it really pretty much stops them in their tracks. So, for example, if there's been a birthday or event near my period and I've eaten lot of sugar or something I know flares me that I wouldn't normally eat, I find the ginger means I don't suffer severely for it, it gets the pain under control quickly. A handful of times I may add a single paracetamol in there if I find it's not strong enough, but that's rare! If you're interested in the dosing etc. of ginger, have a listen to my supplements episode, episode 131. Finally, a later addition was magnesium. Magnesium is not only anti-inflammatory, but reduces muscle cramping, has been shown to reduce period pain and PMS, is essential for healthy hormone balance, energy production and helps to stabilise blood sugar, which you'll learn about in my next strategy. The difference I experience in my energy, my hormones, my moods, my sleep and my period pain with magnesium is extraordinary.  I use both magnesium spray on my body daily and directly on my abdomen during my period, and I use magnesium baths throughout the month. If I feel any cramping during my period, I spray a couple of times on my pelvis, and the cramps literally melt away in minutes, so in that way, I use it for in the moment pain relief as and when needed. But when I use magnesium spray and baths consistently, the need for spray during my period is greatly reduced, I just find my body's tolerance and resilience is so much higher, I can be more flexible and have less consequences, and it takes a lot more to cause me pain. That doesn't mean I can eat junk food and sugar every day as long as I use magnesium, I want to be clear that you can't out supplement a bad diet and eating healthy isn't just about endo, but all of the other chronic diseases we are at greater risk of with an unhealthy diet, like heart disease, cancer and diabetes. So yes, I still focus on my 80/20 approach, but it means that I can eat out more and have some treats without such severe reactions as I used to.  You know I am all about foundations, so for me, it's about laying the foundations of good health and then adding in some extra endo support, because we tend to need a little more than the average person. And I feel like these supplements do that for me. They're the cherry on the top that have really enhanced my endo management and freed up my life.  3.  Number 3 is balancing my blood sugar, which came many years later when I started my training as a health coach. Something I had noticed was despite my endo pain being better, I was always exhausted. I had severe dips during the day which would leave me slumped in my chair and so tired I literally would hold my eyes open whilst staring at my computer. It's a wonder that no one on my management team pulled me up on it! I additionally had severe brain fog and low moods. I also felt hungry quickly after big meals, would have trouble sleeping, would wake up tired and starving, and would often feel faint, dizzy, shaky and irritable.   I put this all down to having endometriosis and the chronic fatigue and brain fog that can come with it. I now don't think it's as simple as endo causes brain fog and fatigue, I actually think -well, know - there are multiple factors that contribute to these symptoms, and I explore them in episode 119 for those of you who would like to learn more. I was really interested in understanding why I had managed to clear my endo pain, but not my fatigue and brain fog. The other issue was that I had noticed that I couldn't eat heavy carbs on my period without causing a pain flare. I could be pain free, had a great month, but if I ate some fruit, a bowl or oats, rice, grains, pasta or potato, I would be in agony within 30 minutes or so. I started noticing that I was better off sticking to fasting on Day 1 of my period, or eating a small amount of protein, fats and low starchy vegetables for the first 24 hours to two days. I was also depressed, anxious and had awful PMS and mood swings and spent a good portion of each month feeling suicidal. I do have my suspicions about whether I suffered with PMDD and that it's now largely under control, but I wasn't tracking my period and I didn't even know when my period would start, so I can't really say whether these feelings were cyclical, but I feel like they were. Regardless, all of that has gone away since balancing my hormones and learning about blood sugar. And when I finally did learn about blood sugar, it all made sense!  So, let's do a recap of what blood sugar is and means for the body.  Blood sugar is the measurement of glucose a.ka. sugar, in the blood stream. We get glucose from carbohydrates, after they break down in the gut through digestion. Glucose is the body's main source of fuel, but it needs to be in the right amount to benefit us. Too much and we'll have problems, too little and we'll have problems too.  Complex carbohydrates like vegetables, contain fibre and are broken down over time, so you get a steady drip of glucose to the blood stream over a sustained period, which creates even energy levels.  However, simple carbohydrates like processed carbs such as white bread, white pasta and simple sugars like honey, maple syrup and white sugar, contain very little fibre and are made up of only very short chains of glucose. It doesn't take the body much time at all to break down those chains into single glucose molecules that get absorbed into the blood stream. So, this creates a large spike in blood sugar, in a very short amount of time. Our body actually finds this spike a stressor, as we're not designed to have that much glucose in our blood at one time. The body wants to clean up all this glucose quickly, so it releases lots of insulin from our pancreas. Insulin is a hormone that delivers glucose to cells for fuel, but when we have too much glucose, it quickly shoves it away in storage in our fat cells and liver. Because the body has released so much insulin in a panic to sort our blood sugar levels out, our glucose levels end up dropping dramatically and our levels get too low. As a result, our brain and body are now starved of glucose, because all of it has been put into storage and none has been left for actual fuel. It's this dip that I was experiencing during my sleep, when I was waking in the morning, when I felt exhausted mid-morning and afternoon, it's why I would eat a huge meal and feel starving shortly after. It's why I felt dizzy, shaky, depressed, anxious. It's also why my moods fluctuated and it's also why I had severe PMS and oestrogen dominance symptoms, because blood sugar dysregulation drives up oestrogen levels and can lower progesterone levels, creating hormonal imbalances.  Now the other issue is that high blood sugar levels raise inflammatory chemicals called prostaglandins, and we know that inflammation is a driver of pain in endometriosis. This would explain why I would have surges in pain when eating a carb heavy meal during my period, especially when I hadn't created these meals to be blood sugar balancing. I can now eat a blood sugar balanced meal on my period and not experience any pain at all, which to me is still revolutionary. At the time, when I was experiencing all of these problems, I was eating a wonderful anti-inflammatory diet rich in an antioxidant rich foods, but I was mainly eating carbs, and wasn't paying enough attention to protein or healthy fats. I would pile my plate with hummus, potatoes, rice, falafel and vegetables. These aren't unhealthy foods. Carbs are not the enemy here – as I've already explained, the glucose from carbs is essential fuel for us. But it's about how we eat carbs. There are a few steps to balancing your blood sugar and I dive into those in more details in other episodes, articles, my course Live and Thrive with Endo and my nutrition masterclasses, but in short, the first step is having a balanced plate. That means having fat, fibre, protein and complex carbs with every meal.  Fat, fibre and protein are not only nutrient dense and provide essential nutrients for managing endo and balancing hormones, but they slow down the release of glucose from carbohydrates because they take longer to digest.  At the IWHI where I trained, we're taught to balance a plate with 50% of the plate being low starch vegetables like cruciferous veg, peppers, cucumbers, etc., 25% of your plate is protein, whether that's animal or plant based, and the final 25% is split between healthy fats and extra carbs, usually starchier ones or more veggies, depending on what your body needs. So, for example, it might look like having some root vegetables which are starchier and higher in carbs, or whole grains which again are starchier and higher in carbs, and tend to break down more quickly than low starch veg. For fat, we're looking at about two tablespoons or two golf ball sized portions.  Now this will need tweaking for each individual, as someone who is very active will probably need more starchy carbs than someone who has a desk job, but regardless, it's about focusing on those four pillars and their rough portion sizes, adjusting to what feels right to you. Once I made this change, I felt such a huge difference, I almost think about my health in the sense of before and after blood sugar balancing! My moods are much more stable, my energy is consistent in the sense that I don't often have those swings anymore or those crashes unless my blood sugar is unstable for some reason, I rarely ever have oestrogen dominance symptoms unless I haven't taken care of my blood sugar, I don't have PMS again unless I haven't taken care of my blood sugar, my brain fog is minimal and I'm much more focused, and I don't have these surges of pain when I eat on my period anymore. Of course, if you have an eating disorder or a history of an eating disorder and this feels triggering for you, I don't recommend you make any changes without the support of a dietician or nutritionist versed in eating disorders and a mental health practitioner. If you'd like to learn more about blood sugar in-depth, I listed earlier the resources where I provide more step-by-step actions. 4.     My last biggest needle mover has been surprising for me and that's clearing my SIBO, despite having relapsed shortly afterwards. I haven't spoken about this much because I wanted to be sure, but even though I am quite certain I have relapsed with my SIBO, since I got a negative test result, I've experienced yet again, a new level of resilience in my period, similar to how I felt with adding in those supplements.  Just after I got the all clear we spent six weeks in Greece, where my options for endo friendly foods were limited. I ended up incredibly sick with gut health issues, because I am intolerant to gluten and dairy and having to eat those a few times a week ended up causing a lot of IBS issues, but in the past I would have been in cripplingly agony on my period if I was eating these foods regularly, but instead, whilst I did have an increase in pain, it wasn't anywhere near how it was previously.  I will say, during treatment my period was up and down because there was a lot of inflammation going on in my body, so it was more coming out on the other side that I've seen the difference. And since treating, I've introduced gluten for a coeliac disease test, but again, despite it being worse than normal and I've needed to take some time out of work for it, the pain with my periods wasn't anywhere to the level it would have been in the past.  Secondly, my blood sugar levels have dramatically improved. Prior to treating my SIBO, I would have to work very hard to control my blood sugar levels and I was incredibly sensitive to any increases or dips, now they are much less sensitive and more stable. And even though I could eat more on my period learning how to balance my blood sugar, I still had to eat a low level of carbohydrates to prevent a blood sugar spike, which would normally lead to a pain flare. So, in terms of what I could eat on my period, I had gone from pretty much needing to fast or eating minimal amounts of fat and protein, to then being able to eat low carb meals once I learnt how to balance my blood sugar. However, now the difference is remarkable. My period was on New Year's Eve and I truly cannot believe what I ate. I had already noticed over the past months that I was becoming more and more resilient with what I could eat, so we decided to have noodles on New Year's Eve. Usually, I would stay away from anything with a high carb content on my period because it would just shoot my pain up, but because I had been dipping my toes in over the past few months and as it was New Year's Eve, I decided to try something I would never normally even consider eating on my period. I'm pretty sure I also ate some of my gluten free bread that day too and probably some other Christmassy carbs. And whilst I got slightly more pain than my usual low pain or pain free periods, with some extra ginger and magnesium, it went away quickly (as in, within half an hour). So again, just to be clear, I'm not about to fill my diet with foods I know make me sick, like dairy, gluten, caffeine and sugar, and I'm certainly not going to start swapping my veggies for more processed food. But it's nice to know I don't have to panic if I eat a slice of birthday cake near my period or if I want a bowl of pasta on my period.  Now you're probably wondering why treating the SIBO would make a difference. Without offering my body up for research, I can only hypothesize as to what's happened, but I think I can reasonably believe this is correct.  Firstly, SIBO, especially methane type SIBO, can cause blood sugar imbalances, as can other forms of bacterial imbalances in the gut. I believe that whatever bacteria I specifically had that was behind my SIBO, was driving some of my blood sugar issues. You've heard me talk about this for a long time, that even when I ate for blood sugar, I would still notice how sensitive I was to blood sugar changes or a meal that wasn't perfectly balanced. Now there are numerous bacteria responsible for SIBO, so for example, two people could have methane type SIBO, but the bacteria causing their methane SIBO could be different. I think that the bacteria causing my blood sugar issues has either been cleared entirely and it's a different bacteria that's causing my current relapse, or it's returned but is in low levels so I'm not so affected by it.  Secondly, bacteria from SIBO can release a toxin called endotoxins or lipopolysaccharides. These cause a huge inflammatory reaction in the body and have been found in the pelvic cavity of people with endo and have been shown to contribute to the inflammation and growth of endometriosis. Having cleared SIBO, it's possible that I may have reduced the level of endotoxins in my blood and pelvic cavity, reducing the inflammation in that area. And as a result, my body is more resilient to changes that can increase inflammation because it's not already being inflamed by SIBO. Clearly, I need to get back on top of my SIBO to keep reaping the benefits because I don't want the endo toxins or bacteria to build up to high levels again. It's not something I'm doing just yet because I'm working on my root causes, to prevent relapsing again, and as you know, I've been exploring candida overgrowth and mould too, which can cause relapse, but all of these things take time. If I notice any negative changes, I'll try to do the treatment quicker, but for now, I'm enjoying the benefits!  So that's it. Those are my top four changes that I feel made the biggest difference to my endo symptoms in the past seven years. I hope you've found this episode inspiring, motivating and hopeful!  See you next week. Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to my free Ease Endo Tea Challenge here. Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My new Nutrition for Endo Masterclasses are out now and are on special offer for Black Friday. Get one masterclass for £29.99 (full price £40) or both for £50. Find out more here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at hello@thisendolife.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk This episode is sponsored by Semaine. Try their supplement for period pain and daily supplement for hormonal balance and PMS prevention with code ENDOLIFE to get 20% off your first order. Show Notes Anti-inflammatory nutrition https://www.integrativepainscienceinstitute.com/diet-works-best-pain/  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4684110/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4359818/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11093597/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11093597/ https://gut.bmj.com/content/65/11/1812.long https://gut.bmj.com/content/70/7/1287#article-bottom https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23419794/ https://academic.oup.com/endo/article/149/3/1190/2455150 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15051604/  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2693127/  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17434511/  https://journals.asm.org/doi/10.1128/msystems.00031-18?permanently=true    Magnesium https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/5/10/3910 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/dme.12250  https://drbrighten.com/boost-low-progesterone/ https://www.composednutrition.com/blog/increase-progesterone-naturally https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2675496/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25023192/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5112180/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30880352/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4847116/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17229895/   Ginger https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23865123/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26177393/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25912592/ https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ptr.6730 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7171779/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23657930/    SIBO https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7375730/ 

TODAY
January 10: Remembering Bob Saget. Bronx apartment complex fire. Novak Djokovic to compete in Australian Open. Are Apple AirTags tracking you?

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 31:53


Remembering beloved “Full House” star Bob Saget who died at the age of 65 on Sunday. Plus, the latest on that massive apartment complex fire in the Bronx that has left 19 dead and dozens injured. Also, Novak Djokovic is set to compete in the Australian Open despite a public outcry over his vaccine exemption. And, Vicky Nguyen takes an inside look at the new safety concerns over Apple AirTags and how the device can be used to track your location — Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Brooks Nader shares her story.

The Slowdown
585: Complex Nonlinear Systems

The Slowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 4:37


Today's poem is Complex Nonlinear Systems by Chelsea Dingman.

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
From Complex To Queens, Episode 150: The 2022 Top 25 Prospects List, Part I

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 77:46


Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. It's a new year and that means a new prospect list! Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas review the Amazin' Avenue Top 25 Prospect list, offering their personal opinions, insight, thoughts, and points of view. First up is RHP Robert Dominguez. After him, the discussion turns to RHP Levi David. After him, INF/OF Carlos Cortes. Following him, INF/OF Travis Blankenhorn. After him, RHP Junior Santos, Following him, RHP Brian Metoyer. After him, LHP Thomas Szapucki. Following him, LHP Josh Walker. And finally, last on today's discussion, RHP Jose Butto. Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 682: 'Open Society' and the 'Transgender Industrial Complex' w/ Scott Howard

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 74:55


75 Minutes PG-13 Scott Howard is a Nebraska researcher and author of the books, "The Transgender Industrial Complex," and "The Open Society Playbook." Scott joins Pete to talk about his two books in which he shows that much of the same money and backing propping up and strengthening the transgender "phenomenon" is associated with the same people connected to George Soros' "Open Society." Today's Sponsors Go to https://artofliberty.org/indiegogo-campaign/ and get a discount for pre-ordering “Government - The Biggest Scam in History… Exposed!” and,  THC Hemp Spot - Promo Code "pete" for 15% Off https://thchempspot.com/ref/pete The Open Society Playbook The Transgender-Industrial Complex Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

The Remix
Planet Remix Vibes With Artist Sylvan LaCue

The Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 157:00


Join Us Ms.Blue"The Oracle" & Bro Balah  and The Remix Family (The Remix Radio)  Specical Guest: Artist (Lyricist) Sylan LaCue from Miami, Florida. Sylvan is a hip hop musician, "Artist To Watch 2022"  (Spotify) -LaCue left his first major mark on the music industry with his Searching Sylvan mixtape in the fall of 2014. The project was widely regarded as one of the best narratives to be told in rap that year, receiving praise from HotNewHipHop, Huffington Post, Complex, XXL and more. Searching Sylvan touched on everything from LaCue's financial struggles and family battles to the rap game and the start of a new love -- cementing the rapper as one of rap's most poignant storytellers to watch. Sylvan LaCue: Website: sylvanlacue.com   Contact MsBlue: question4blue@gmail.com Readings | Know Your Magic Audio WorkBook | Know Your Magic Oracle Deck | Self Invested Workshop | Akashic Records Readings | Radio Host | Medium | Intuitive Healer | Psychic - Medium | Intuitive Healer | Psychic |Certified Holistic Practitioners | Metaphysician | Cosmic Creator | Soul Contracts | Pass Lives  https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Remix-Radio/114209487075  | http://tinyurl.com/MsBlueRemix   | @theoracleblue @theremix_radio    Do The Work ! http://msblueblast.com/digital-rituals-courses/ Contact: Bro Balah: balahtheexperience@gmail.com   Soul Alignment Reading | Soul Cycles | Numerology | Astrology | Astrologer | Radio | Music | 13 | Soul Body | Soul Alignment Reading | Soul Cycle CalendarsThe Mystical | @balahtheexperience_ Copyright Disclaimer :I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC THAT IS PLAYED No copyright infringement intended

The Nacho Kids Podcast: Blended Family Lifesaver
136: Interview With Lisa Goodpaster ~ Parental Alienation

The Nacho Kids Podcast: Blended Family Lifesaver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 83:40


** Disclaimer - mention of molestation and adult language ** In this episode of the Nacho Kids Podcast, Lori, co-founder of Nacho Kids, interviews Lisa Goodpaster of The Stephood Project. Lisa is a stepmom but is currently going through a divorce. Lisa was a victim of parental alienation as a child and shares her story.  In this episode, we discuss: Being a child of parental alienation Going through a divorce Spending more time with stepmom than bio parent Reconnecting with the alienated parent Complex trauma

BirdNote
From Simple to Complex Bird Sounds

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 1:46


Explore how bird songs increase in complexity from the guttural hiss of a Turkey Vulture, to the short songs of Henslow's Sparrows, and to the elaborate song repertoire of the Brown Thrasher.This show was produced by World According to Sound. BirdNote and World According to Sound are teaming up for an immersive, 70-minute, virtual event about the sounds of birds. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

Whore Rapport
#49 The Madonna-Whore Complex

Whore Rapport

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 58:27


We've danced around this one, even discussed it explicitly once or twice, but we all know it deserved its own episode. This is a conversation about a culturally imposed lens that has done nothing but distort and obscure. Over the course of this conversation we discuss: the ways in which Freud's madonna-whore complex has tainted our views of modern sexuality and relationships; why so many women struggle with the notion of “having it all,” and what to do about it. Song featured: Positions by Ariana Grande Rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! Support this podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/whorerapport Check out our website: www.whorerapport.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/whorerapport Email Us: whorerapport@gmail.com

Stars End: A Foundation Podcast
Stars End S3E01 - The More Complex a Podcast the More Likely It is to Become Chaotic

Stars End: A Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 61:34


In the criminal justice system, the podcast is represented by two separate, but equally important kinds of seasons. The odd-numbered seasons, which directly discuss Asimov's Foundation and the even-numbered seasons that talk about the Apple TV+ series. So now we start the interregnum between seasons 1 and 2 of Apple TV's Foundation. That's our cue to start Stars End season 3. That's as many seasons as Gilligan's Island or the original Star Trek but far fewer than Law & Order. We're shooting for the latter. We have a plan and if you follow our plan and listen to our podcast it will seem like far less than 30,000 years until we start to get new episodes of the teevee show. So in this episode, we start discussing Prelude to Foundation in which we meet Eto Demerzel and begin Hari Seldon's long journey to create Psychohistory. If you're reading along this time we talk about the first three sections, "Mathematician," "Flight," and "Library." But whether you're reading along or not, let's go! This will be fun!

The Psychology Podcast
Ryan Holiday || How to Have Courage

The Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 53:59


In this episode, I talk to bestselling author Ryan Holiday about his newest book Courage is Calling. We discuss his unique definition of courage, and how people can practice it in their daily lives. Upon a closer examination of history, Ryan and I question whether the stories of American heroism are as honorable as we've been led to believe. We also touch on the topics of social justice, hope, stoicism, resilience, and virtues. BioRyan Holiday is the bestselling author of Trust Me, I'm Lying; The Obstacle Is the Way; Ego Is the Enemy; Conspiracy and other books about marketing, culture, and the human condition. His work has been translated into over 30 languages and has appeared everywhere from the New York Times to Fast Company. His company, Brass Check, has advised companies such as Google, TASER, and Complex, as well as multi-platinum musicians and some of the biggest authors in the world. He lives in Austin, Texas.Website: ryanholiday.netTwitter: @RyanHoliday Topics06:21 Ryan's definition of courage10:06 Speaking truth to power14:02 History's competing narratives 17:50 Taking down Confederate monuments20:12 Social justice, politics, and virtues 25:35 Staying true to the ethical frameworks of philosophy32:57 Stoicism and Ryan's values38:08 Heroism vs courage42:47 Silence is violence46:58 Fearlessness can inspire50:28 No hero is perfect52:22 Hope is the most courageous thing53:10 How to practice courage

Dad Bod Rap Pod
Episode 201- A Guy Who Needed Attention with guest Shawn Setaro

Dad Bod Rap Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 63:54


We're back with a fascinating interview with author Shawn Setaro, a reporter for Complex who has written the definitive account of the life, times, and trial of Danny Hernandez, better known as 6ix9ine. Shawn's dogged reporting, clean prose, and empathetic viewpoint make his new book Complex Presents Dummy Boy: Tekashi 6ix9ine And The Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods a fascinating read. Fans of DBRP should also take some time to listen through the archives of Shawn's masterful hip-hop podcast The Cipher. This is Shawn's third time joining us and it will not be the last, he is a thoughtful and entertaining guest. This week we are also launching our new artwork by Dewey Saunders and theme song from producer Cutso and our very own DEM ONE. Beats for this week's show are by the homie Small Pro and we appreciate the contribution. DBRP is brought to you by Stony Island Audio, a podcast network by and for hip-hop storytellers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

FMKlit Pod
FMKlit's Triumphant Return!

FMKlit Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 17:25


Hello all you wonderful people! Oh we've missed you so!! This is just a grand announcement that we are back!! Not to mention some updates and what we've been up to and what you can expect in the next month. On 1/19 we will release a special episode, and starting in February we will be back to our regular format with the books "It's Complex" by Shoma Narayanan, and "This is Kind of an Epic Love Story" by Kacen Callender.

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
From Complex To Queens, Episode 149: Metsy Listmas!

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 62:27


Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. In Promote, Extend, Trade, Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas discuss who they'd want on their team between three very talented players who were all born on this date (two in the same year!). Next, the team discusses some international free agency news. After that, with the Amazin' Avenue 2022 Top 25 Prospect list dropping, Steve, Lukas, Ken, and Thomas discuss some of the prospects that just missed making their own personal lists. And, wrapping things up, the Wilponery of the Week! Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans
From Complex To Queens, Episode 148: Merry Metsmas

Amazin' Avenue: for New York Mets fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 24:45


Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin' Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets' minor league system. Premio sausages roasting on an open fire Jim Beam nipping at your nose Yuletide carols being sung by a choir And folks dressed up like Mr. Met Everybody knows the G.O.A.T. and some No-nos help to make the season bright Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow Will find it hard to sleep tonight They know that Sandy's on his way He's loaded lots of toys and goodies On his sleigh And every mother's Child is gonna spy to see if Reyes really know how to fly And so, I'm offering this Simple phrase to kids from One to ninety-two Although it's been said many times Many ways “Merry Metsmas to you” Got questions? Comments? Concerns? You can email the show at fromcomplextoqueens at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter: Steve is (@stevesypa), Lukas is (@lvlahos343), Ken is (@kenlavin91), and Thomas is (@sadmetsszn). Until next week, #lovethemets #lovethemets! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tandem Nomads - From expat partners to global entrepreneurs!  Build a successful business and thrive in your global  nomadic

It might seem impossible to plan when you're in the middle of huge uncertainty about your future or trying to make sense of a complex transition. The last two years of the global pandemic have certainly shown us that we need to be flexible in the face of unexpected changes and challenges. However, when you are in the middle of complex changes and transitions, it is even more important to plan. Having a plan will actually help you navigate through uncertainty and change! Planning is what will allow you to pivot or slow down when needed and be in alignment with how you want to show up in uncertainty. In this episode, I will help you think differently about defining your plan and goals and how to use them to help you cope when the sh!t hits the fan! What is the point of planning when you lack visibility of what is going to happen in the next months or if you live in complex transitions? We will look at why it is important to plan even in uncertainty and how to do it mindfully. https://tandem-nomads.ck.page/e2b95206ee () What you will learn: Why it is crucial to plan your goals even in the middle of uncertainty and complex transitions What three steps you need to take to define your goals and make sure they are in alignment with your life situation What the 5 golden rules are for your plans to work and help you adapt when sh!t hits the fan Resources and inspiration: Listen to episode 233: https://tandemnomads.com/podcast/tn233-beyond-portable-build-a-business-that-is-sustainable-through-any-transition/ (Beyond Portable: build a business that is sustainable through any transition) Listen to episode 241: https://tandemnomads.com/podcast/tn-241/ (Prioritizing self-care and keeping up with business in tough times) Listen to episode 243: https://tandemnomads.com/podcast/tn243 (3 simple questions to reflect on your business before you plan your goals) Share Your Love! Do you enjoy listening to this podcast show? Leave your review on your favorite app – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tandem-nomads-empowering-expat-partners-tips-inspiration/id1056812170?mt=2 (iTunes), http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tandem-nomads (Stitcher), https://open.spotify.com/show/4mWuNrYGnmK6yuVHt1CEwx?si=QqgfqVkESK2IEnnlzwA9hg (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly90YW5kZW1ub21hZHMuY29tL2ZlZWQvcG9kY2FzdA%3D%3D (Google Play)   Share Your Thoughts! Connect with the Tandem Nomads community and share your comments! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tandemnomads/ (CLICK HERE)

Not Boring
The Laboratory for Complex Problems

Not Boring

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 19:33


2022 is the year that web3 starts making a meaningful impact on atoms-based challenges like healthcare and climate. Web3 is a global, real-money economic and social simulation, a digital laboratory for complex problems. We dive into Allen Iverson, complexity economics, and non-fungible olive gardens to understand why, and what that means. This episode is presented by Masterworks. If you want to join me in investing in art and get priority access – click this Not Boring link * *See important disclosures and offering circular --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/notboring/message

Blamo! | Exploring Fashion with the People Who Shape It

My guest this week is Kai Nguyen, designer of LUMIERES.Kai first popped up in 2013, when he launched his brand Lumieres. From Hypebeast and Complex to ASAP Mob. Recently he was a fan favorite and finalist on HBO's recent fashion series, THE HYPE.Kai and I discuss his life growing up in the online streetwear community, launching his brand at 17, his childhood in Vietnam, and the future of what a brand can be.**Sponsored by Standard & Strange – Get the facts on denim

JFK The Enduring Secret
Episode 80 The Autopsy Part 16

JFK The Enduring Secret

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 63:38


Episode 80  continues  the story of the autopsy.  This episode  is the second and final   in a  two part series that covers the HSCA  testimony in 1978  of John Ebersole, MD  the Radiologist in charge of the  radiology studies  performed on the President at Bethesda.  Join us in this sixteenth  autopsy  episode  which begins to reveal even more fantastic events that occurred during the autopsy.  This  episode contains some of the  most explosive facts in this series to date.  And join us  for a  whole series of episodes about the fantastic goings on that encompass this part of the JFK story.   There is  more direct forensics to come in this series of  forensics episodes.  Stay tuned,  and eventually we'll explore  more of the physical evidence involving use and ownership of the   Mannlicher Carcano rifle and  evidence  recovered from the Presidential limousine, as well as damage done to the vehicle.  Our episodes have now begun  to explore  an array of matters that  dive into a deeper  darkness  related to what  went on that day in Dallas and in the  period before and after the assassination.  Matters   that possibly point  to a  wider  and more sinister  plot to kill the president and  that clearly call into question the theory that there was a  lone assassin.   Complex cases without  an eyewitness that can actually identify the shooter make the forensic and circumstantial evidence that much more important.  Ironically, problems abound with much of the evidence in this case. Evidence that is complex, incomplete and sometimes conflicting. Even as early as 1964, rumors and serious concerns over  the lone gunman theory and the evidence that might contravene it,  were becoming a major concern for the government and the commission. Conspiracy theories were contrary to the government's stated narrative from the very beginning. Stay tuned as there are many more episodes to come!This series comprehensively explores the major facts,  themes, and  events leading up to the assassination in Dealey Plaza and the equally gripping stories surrounding the subsequent investigation. We  review  key elements of the Warren Commission Report , and the role of the CIA and FBI. We explore the  possible involvement of the Mafia in the murder and the review of that topic by the government's House Select Committee on Assassinations in the 1970's. We explore the Jim Garrison investigation and the work of other key figures such as Mark Lane and others. Learn more about Lee Harvey Oswald the suspected killer and Jack Ruby the distraught Dallas night club owner with underworld ties and the man that killed Oswald as a national TV audience was watching.  Stay with us as we take you through the facts and theories in bite sized discussions that are designed to educate, and inform as well as entertain the audience. This  real life story is more fascinating than fiction. No matter whether you are a serious researcher or a casual student, you will enjoy the fact filled narrative and story as  we relive one of the most shocking moments in American History. An event that changed the nation and changed the world forever.

Planet Money
The holiday industrial complex (Classic)

Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 17:56


Where do holidays like National Potato Chip Day and Argyle Day come from? We trace the roots of one made-up holiday until we find out who is running the global holiday machine. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
The QB Factory Reboot #41: A tale of two halves, the QB position is complex, Week 17 Preview

Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 39:58


Raichele Privette and Mark Schofield get carried away breaking down the play where Jalen Hurts misses wide-open Dallas Goedert in the end zone, then they share their pity for the Giants franchise and preview Week 17 against the Washington Football Team. Subscribe to the BGN YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BleedingGreenNationSBN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing
Ep #638 - He purchased a $2.2mm multifamily complex with only $10,000 of his own money.

Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 36:07


David Robinson is Managing partner of Canovo Capital a boutique commercial real estate investment firm based out of Utah. He is an investor, broker, and podcast host. David helps busy professionals and business owners to passively invest in hassle-free, top-performing commercial real estate projects. Here's some of the topics we covered: Why brokers are in the catbird seat The trap of “Good” TIC (Tenant In Common) Getting the right partner Marketing to acquire investors Reg D 506b vs 506c syndications Finding Off-Market deals Example call scripts Return on equity To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal: Text Partner to 72345 or email Partner@RodKhleif.com  Please Review and Subscribe