Former Carolina Panthers quarterback Frank Reich is now their head coach. Conflicting reports about Denver Broncos HC candidates like Sean Payton and DeMeco Ryans. And who will represent the NFC and AFC in Super Bowl 57, the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco 49ers or Philadelphia Eagles? Matt Williamson (former NFL and college scout) along with Brian Peacock (radio reporter and football analyst) host this national daily NFL podcast. The Peacock & Williamson NFL Show has the most up to date news, analysis, trades, rumors, fantasy advice and NFL draft coverage! Find Peacock & Williamson on your favorite podcast platforms: http://linktr.ee/peacockandwilliamson Follow Brian Peacock and Matt Williamson on Twitter, where they'll be sharing the latest news about the NFL and talking with fans. Twitter: http://twitter.com/BDPeacock, http://twitter.com/WilliamsonNFL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNFL Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON Ultimate Football GM To download the game just visit Ultimate-GM.com or look it up on the app stores. Our listeners get a 100% free boost to their franchise when using the promo LOCKEDON (ALL CAPS) in the game store. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Place your first FIVE DOLLAR bet to get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in Free Bets – win or lose! Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Running a three man weave this week with Scott, Cameron, and Jared! -------- Scott and Jared open the show raging against holidays for some reason. -------- The guys jump back into the hot topic that is UK basketball. Cameron recaps the three games since the "literal world was falling on UK basketball fans" and gives a positive outlook for the rest of the season. -------- The guys then recap the Bengals-Ravens Wildcard round and try to predict the Divisional Round matchup against the Bills. (Recorded on 1/21/23). A report came out that Joe Brrr is about to get PAID and Scott wants to know what kind of deal Joe can expect to get. They guys also contemplate the future of the Bengals offense with the report that Brian Callahan was interviewed with the Indianapolis Colts for their head coaching position. Last Bengals topic, Andrew Whitworth and the quest to keep Joe Burrow upright during the postseason. Conflicting reports emerged about a potential return. Lovie Smith gets brought up as Cameron didn't realize that he was a head coach before this year. A WILD and unfortunate story from Coppin State rounds out the sports section of the pod. -------- Cameron wants to talk about Miley Cyrus and the shade she threw at her ex and savageness of her music video. -------- To round out the show, Scott has a bracket of the "most universally liked humans". This show is dumb, thanks for being here! Go to the website and leave us a voicemail! New episodes (almost) every Wednesday! Find the show socials here: https://twitter.com/HearMePodcast https://www.facebook.com/HearMePodcast https://www.instagram.com/hearmepodcast/ https://linktr.ee/HearMeOutPod Hosted by Scott Osborne, Steven Auchter, Jared Steele, and Cameron Auchter Produced by Scott Osborne
In this video DrA will discuss the seemingly contradictory science and opinion base in medicine over the topic of Long-COVID. Why do some claim it's psychosomatic, some claim it's not real, some claim it's a standard post-infectious illness – and more! This will be a month-long deep dive into this important topic!
Does Sean Payton have a market or not? The New Orleans Saints want to get some picks back for Payton to end up elsewhere, but Denver Broncos conflicting results could be cause for concern. While the Arizona Cardinals are now in the mix officially, some reports suggest that the Broncos might have been a little underwhelmed by Payton based on his requests and asking price. These reports could be premature however as others suggest that the Broncos are ready with an offer on the table. So which is it? And why is this all bad news for the Saints one way or another? Waiting on a quarterback in the 2023 draft might not be the smartest choice for the Saints, but there is talent later in the draft. Why the Saints could way for Max Duggan, Cameron Ward and Jaren Hall, but may not be equipped to do so and pass on more polished prospects like Hendon Hooker. Will Cameron Jordan, Demario Davis and Tyrann Mathieu be Saints in 2023? Stay or go with the team's over 30 year old veterans. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
When you have more than one kid event in your calendar, how do you hit both– or choose one and live with your kid's disappointment? A listener in our Facebook group asks: "Moms with multiple children: how do you handle the anxiety, guilt, and disappointment when kids' activities overlap? I'm not talking about missing one of the bajillion 4th grade basketball games. I mean the once-a-year or even once-every-few-years very important events. How do you decide which child's event is more important ? How do moms do this without feeling absolutely guilt-ridden and sad? It's an impossible situation to be in and I'm feeling paralyzed." The most important thing you can do is talk about these issues as a group and problem-solve together. Can the parents split up the event duties? Can another relative, friend, or neighbor step in? If you're doing your best to make your kid feel supported, not just by you but by the other people in their tribe, then you can let yourself off the hook for not showing up to every single event - yes, even the important ones. Special thanks to our sponsors for this month: For trusted protection, choose Pampers, the #1 Pediatrician Recommended Brand. Download the Pampers Club App today to start earning rewards with every diaper & wipes purchase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
See the video of this episode here: https://youtu.be/bRCLzMS8Rck Is there evidence for God in the origin of Universe? What were Aristolte's contributions to science? How does a scientist come from a Young Earth Creationist background. Luke Barnes co-authored with Geraint Lewis, of A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos published by Cambridge University Press. The book explores the last forty years of scientific evidence that if the Universe had been forged with even slightly different properties, life as we know it - and life as we can imagine it - would be impossible. This has profound implications about how we understand the Universe, from its most basic particles and forces, to planets, stars and galaxies, and back through cosmic history to the birth of the cosmos. Conflicting notions about our place in the Universe are defined, defended and critiqued from scientific, philosophical and religious viewpoints. The authors' engaging and witty style addresses what fine-tuning might mean for the future of physics and the search for the ultimate laws of nature. Luke A. Barnes is a Lecturer in astronomy and cosmology at Western Sydney University. He earned his PhD from the University of Cambridge, he has published papers in the field of galaxy formation and on the fine-tuning of the Universe for life. He is the author, with Geraint Lewis, of "A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos" and "The Cosmic Revolutionary's Handbook: (Or: How to Beat the Big Bang)". He is a John Templeton Fellow. He has published papers in the fields of galaxy formation and the fine-tuning of the Universe for life. He has also published papers on the philosophy of science, and regularly engages in public outreach through public speaking, articles in the popular press, and social media. He has modeled galaxy formation in a cosmological context with supercomputer simulations, and connected those simulations to observations with modeling of radiative transfer (particularly Lyman alpha emission and absorption) and realistic models of IFU observations. twitter.com/lukebarnesastro 00:01:57 What is Luke's reaction to the Eric Lerner claim that the JWST proves the big bang never happened? 00:03:35 About the book “A Fortunate Universe” and what is “Fine Tuning” of the Universe? 00:06:11 Is the fine-tuning of the universe required for life? 00:08:00 How can we overcome an anthropic bias to the fine-tuning argument ? 00:13:30 What are some of the most salient principles or physical constants that, if different, would “break” the universe and prevent life from happening? 00:19:05 Is there a convincing argument for a teleological, intelligent creator? 00:24:30 Back to basics, what is this "science thing" anyway? A brief history of science 00:29:37 Which books would you most recommend for your students? 00:31:09 How does the universe get fine-tuned? Is there a fine tuner? John Wheeler and “At Home in the Universe 00:33:41 What have you changed your mind about? Connect with Professor Keating:
Conflicting reports come out about the job status of Byron Leftwich leading to questions about the Bucs past, present and future. The Old P, Petros Papadakis stops by to talk about problems with college football, Thailand and JT Daniels. Plus, a hot mic at a wedding and much more on the BQ News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Conflicting information comes from Soledar in Donetsk region. The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine published a video from Soledar, in which a fighter with the call sign Magyar asks not to believe the statements from Moscow about the capture of the city of Soledar by Russian troops and showed evidence that Ukrainian military forces are fighting fiercely in the center of the city. - Суперечлива інформація надходить із Соледара на Донеччині. Міноборони України опублікувало відео з Соледара, на якому боєць з позивним Мадяр просить не вірити заявам з Москви про захоплення російськими військами міста Соледар і показав докази того, що українські військові в центрі міста ведуть запеклі бої.
Episode 2277 - On this Friday's show, Vinnie Tortorich speaks to Dr. Mark McDonald about his book , his opinions on the breakdown of society, conflicting information, health topics, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2023/01/conflicting-information-episode-2277 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS CONFLICTING INFORMATION Vinnie and Mark jump right into the topic of Dr. McDonald's recent book. (2:00) Vinnie shares his longtime interest in kids' health issues. Mark states his concerns are also in emotional health, resilience, and learning to think rationally, not just emotionally. (6:00) He calls it the "anti-life" movement and explains why. This leads to a discussion of media and other interests misrepresenting information or outright lying, from pandemic issues to vegan activists, and other health issues. (12:00) Mark states how there cannot be reasonable discussion without the foundation of provable truth. (20:30) They chat about the inconsistencies in rules during the pandemic. They share thoughts about sports as a meritocracy and how life lessons are being overlooked by softening rules. (46:00) They talk about how things like disappointment, and how losing can be a launchpad for learning life lessons. Vinnie mentions his philosophy of "Failure Quotient", and what it means to get back up after a failure. Vinnie shares how his building a kayak has been a life experience he appreciates--and it's way more than simply being an owner of a kayak. (56:25) You can find more information on Dr. Mark McDonald at and on Substack under the same name, where he shares his opinions on medicine, healthcare, politics, and more. [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: GWWC's Handling of Conflicting Funding Bars, published by Jeff Kaufman on January 11, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
Conflicting trade rumors on Jalen McDaniels and the Phoenix Suns indicate that the Charlotte Hornets could indeed be sellers at the market. Should the Hornets look into trading one of their younger players? The guys recap the loss to Toronto in the final segments and discuss how they view Terry Rozier's time in Charlotte so far. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Hornets Podcast on these platforms
Every single day, we're faced with choices that will either help or hinder us and move us closer to our goals and desires or further away. What we decide in those moments will determine our ultimate results. And, if we're not satisfied with our current reality, it's safe to assume that we made choices that did not serve us well. Today I'm joined by former NFL Super Bowl Champion and Results Coach, Setema Gali to talk about these choices. We also cover the power of decisiveness, making certain that our priorities don't merely get the leftovers, the level of commitment required to thrive and win, the positive benefits of guilt and shame, the dangers of false humility, and the trap of self-martyrdom and victimization. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: Setting the standard for your kids Need to balance discipline with letting your kids be kids The importance of establishing clear agreements with your family Family values Building champs instead of chumps We can experience emotion without it becoming our identity What we focus on most is who we become Conflicting thoughts about money and morals Our commitment alters everything We're not victims, we get to choose Empower yourself by taking responsibility Get your signed copy of Ryan's new book, The Masculinity Manifesto Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.
Hosts: Ansel Lindner and Christian Keroles Fed Watch is a macro podcast like no other, with a clear contrarian thesis of a deflationary financial system's breakdown leading to bitcoin adoption. We question narratives and schools of thought, trying to form our own understanding. Each episode we use current events to question mainstream and bitcoin narratives across the globe, with an emphasis on central banks and currencies. In this episode, CK and I break down the current price chart of bitcoin along with some fascinating points about bitcoin volatility. We have open and honest discussion about the price that you can trust, because this show isn't about shilling bitcoin, it is about understanding the macro environment which bitcoin finds itself in and how bitcoin is reacting to that environment. Next, we cover the US manufacturing ISM data. For the second straight month in a row, US manufacturing has contracted. This was also the ninth straight month of falling numbers. They happened to stay positive until November, but now we have those two months of negative prints. We also tackle one of the jobs reports this week, the ADP. ADP measures payrolls not employees, which is an important nuance to consider. It increased in December by 223,000 jobs! This is a mixed signal, we have falling manufacturing but rising payrolls. Another conflicting signal we cover this week is the crashing US trade deficit. At first glance, if the trade deficit crashes, one would think that is a positive and means increased activity in the US. However, the reason for the crash is that imports crashed more than exports. Both were negative moves, but the net sum is a crashing deficit, which is a horribly bearish indicator that doesn't match with the jobs reports. The last thing we discuss on the day is ECB's latest blog post by Panetta where he trashes “crypto” and lumps bitcoin in with all the garbage. The interesting part of the blog post is when he calls for “a risk-free and dependable digital settlement asset”, which is what bitcoin exactly is. Of course, he finishes that sentence by calling for a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). What a joke. Thanks for joining us. If you are reading this, hit the like and subscribe button! Constant updates on bitcoin and macro: https://t.me/bitcoinandmarkets Free weekly Bitcoin Fundamentals Report: https://bitcoinandmarkets.com Find More and Follow Ansel Lindner: https://twitter.com/AnselLindner Christian Keroles: https://twitter.com/ck_snarks THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORS: Moon Mortgage - https://www.moonmortgage.io Crowd Health - https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/bitcoin Bitcoin 2023 Miami - https://b.tc/conference/ Bitcoin Magazine - https://store.bitcoinmagazine.com/ Bitcoin Magazine Pro - https://bitcoinmagazine.com/tags/bitcoin-magazine-pro Lower your time preference and lock-in your BITCOIN 2023 conference tickets today! Use the code BMLIVE for a 10% Discount! https://b.tc/conference/2023 Use promocode: BMLIVE for 10% off everything in our store! If you enjoy this content please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW on iTunes, and SHARE! Written by Ansel Lindner
In this episode, we discuss what property investors should do if they are working with two financial advisers who are saying different things. This includes a 4-step process that investors can walk through to come to a resolution: being clear on your goals; understanding the strategy each adviser recommends; getting your advisers in the same room; and understanding each of their financial motivations. We wrap up the episode by mentioning that you can use the public version of our My Wealth Plan software to calculate what your retirement is going to look like.
What is your relationship to your body? Our society does not make it easy to have a healthy, loving connection to your body. Krystal and I discuss how motherhood changed our bodies, how being fat affected how we move through the world, and how our thirties brought healing and wholeness. Get all the links mentioned in this episode and see the artworks Krystal chose from in the show notes. This episode contains conversation about an eating disorder.
In this episode, we talked about the role of money in our lives and how our beliefs about money can impact our experience of it.Money is a way to exchange value and it can be used to facilitate trust between people, even if they do not know each other. However, because of this abstraction of value, we can wind up telling a whole lot of stories about money that don't contribute to its flow through our lives.Our beliefs about money and value can influence the economy and shape our experiences with scarcity or abundance. Conflicting beliefs about money and values can lead to inaction, so recognizing and addressing these conflicts can allow us to take aligned action towards abundance.If you want to create more abundance and value in your life, then check out part 1 of this 2 part discussion of money mindset.In this episode we discuss:8:42 - money was never bartering 10:15 - how money gets into circulation 12:01 - keeping money in flow: currency 13:20 - that time that toilet paper was money 16:32 - the solution to recession 20:00 - do you have these limiting beliefs about money? 29:50 - Exercise: discovering your beliefs about moneyConnect with Ben and Paige:lucidshiftcoaching.comLucid Shift Coaching IGhttps://www.instagram.com/lucid_shift_coaching/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Professor Kozlowski spins us a yarn of the high seas. Pirate opportunism, whale physics, development metafiction, and a polyphony of voices and moral gray areas--it's a good game, but is it actually an Assassin's Creed? Well, yeah. It says so on the box.
The finished work of Christ deals with any conflicting natures in our hearts. The gospel is not how to keep fighting, it's realizing Jesus has already won. So celebrate today that it was never your job to defeat the Jacob in you, because Jesus defeated the Adam in us all. The Homestead Mobile - December 9th, 2022
Episode 195 of No One's Ready For Wrestling discusses Ring Of Honor Final Battle & NXT Deadline. What I thought was the best match on ROH Final Battle? How did I feel about the Iron Survivor Concept on NXT Deadline? Should it stay or go? Injury update on Thunder Rosa. Tony Khan secured the rights to the NBA theme Roundball Rock on NBC. When is Jeff Hardy's pre trial hearing set? An upset of the century in AEW as Action Andretti beats Chris Jericho! Details on why Action Andretti beating Jericho. Backstage news on how much NJPW will be paying Sasha Banks. Details on Sasha Banks' status with the WWE. Brock Lesnar vs GUNTHER will happen at WrestleMania 39? Cameron Grimes expected for a main roster call up and where do I think he should land. William Regal will return to WWE next month as a Vice President in WWE. WWE officials are happy with the buzz around Sol Ruca after NXT LVL UP. Kylie Rae made WWE debut during main event tapings before RAW. Mia Yim deactivates her Twitter after dumb fans criticized her being photographed with Austin Theory. Conflicting reports about Matt Riddle as BodySlam reported that Matt Riddle expected to enter rehab after failing second drug test this year and Wrestling Observer reports that Riddle is taking time off because of pressures of going through a divorce. Papa H reportedly "severely underwhelmed" with some of the WWE talent he brought back and who I think it could be? Vince McMahon accused yet again as Wall Street Journal reports of an assault in 2011 at California resort & ex-WWE ref Rita Chatterton asking $11.75 million for alleged 1986 rape. WSJ also reports that Vince McMahon teasing a WWE return and why it would be a terrible move for WWE and even the people who have supported him don't want him back in the company. A shocking title change as Roxanne Perez defeated Mandy Rose to win the title. Mandy Rose shockingly fired from WWE and the details regarding her release. My take on Mandy being let go from WWE and why I felt that this situation could've been handled better? Uncle Howdy makes an appearance in WWE. An excellent match between Ricochet & GUNTHER for the Intercontinental Championship. Finally, John Cena makes a surprise appearance and announces he'll be KO's partner for the final SmackDown of 2022! All this & so much more RIGHT HERE on No One's Ready For Wrestling! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shinodphoenix/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shinodphoenix/support
Irish Independent GAA writer Michael Verney joined Joe Molloy to look ahead to the clash between Ballygunner and Ballyhale Shamrocks. #TheToughest | @AIB_GAA
There are a number of conflicting reports about George Washington's Prayer at Valley Forge. Some say he prayed; others say it wasn't as depicted in the now famous painting. What is the reality?
For my last episode of 2022, I'm talking about the number one action that I've taken to grow my business. Now stay with me, because I know this can come with a lot of feelings… that action is asking for feedback! We tend to avoid feedback because many of us equate it with criticism. The secret is that the benefits of getting that feedback far outweigh the fear around it. This means building the courage to ask is one of the best things you can do for your work, business and personal growth.So what's this episode really about?I'm breaking down how feedback can really benefit you in order to challenge the fears around it and be able to use it as a strength! There are a few different angles to this:Feedback is the intel that will make ‘that thing' that you're trying to do the most impactful it can be, because it'll speak specifically to those you're trying to help.Conflicting feedback can strengthen your self-trust, as different perspectives put you in touch with your own.If you're a perfectionist, practicing asking for feedback can take the pressure off feeling you need to be the expert on everything. Tune in for more on how to get comfortable with the how's, when's and why's of asking for feedback, and then using it to take action! Connect with Sas Petherick:Website: https://selfbelief.school/class/And if you heard my introduction and are interested in coaching supervision, you can sign up for Growth Edge Circle here: https://selfbelief.school/supervision You can quote me on that…“Asking for feedback before you've made your thing, or completed it, is a great way of adding in your client's voice to whatever it is that you are creating on their behalf.”“If you ask a range of different people for feedback, you're probably going to get different perspectives, and sometimes they will be in conflict with each other. It's a really great opportunity to just sink into your own discernment.”“My protective self-doubt is always telling me to wait until everything is right, to be afraid of risking criticism and rejection. And then I sit with the question, what else could be true? And I find that there's almost never a really good reason to wait.” Like what you hear? Why not help me reach more ears (and give my self-belief a boost) with a 5-star rating?Sign up for SBCA 2023 here: https://selfbelief.school/sbca
This is truly the most challenging recap experience to date. The subject matter was triggering, conflicting, and confusing. I had hoped this docuseries would have helped tie this case up, but.... it didn't. TRIGGER WARNING: This recap contains mention of childhood sexual abuse. PATREON IS LAUNCHING DECEMBER 12th! Level 1 - Baby Gorgeous $5 a month - All the episodes I release on the podcast and YouTube channel ad-free Level 2 - Grande Dame $8 a month - Exclusive Vintage Bravo Recaps (VPR Season 3 with Pia) AUDIO + Vote on the next Guest Episode Recap (RHONJ Table Flip, RHOA Kim vs Nene on the tour bus, or RHOBH "and now we said it) Level 3 - The Moment $12 a month - Exclusive Vintage Bravo Recaps VIDEO + Vote on the next Guest Episode Recap + Shout Out in the episode description
Gunfire on Saturday damaged electrical substations in Moore County, North Carolina, leaving tens of thousands without power. For some, Duke Energy has said the outage could last well into this week. WFAE reporter Nick de la Canal joins us. Then, protests in Iran continue amid mixed reports about whether the country's morality police have been abolished. Borzou Daragahi, international correspondent for the Independent, joins us. And, early childhood teachers rarely get the recognition they deserve. But that's starting to change as Maryland and New Mexico honor two educators with teacher of the year awards. Berol Dewdney, a PreK teacher in Baltimore, and Tara Hughes, a special education teacher in Santa Fe, join us.
What about the things we want and don't want at the same time for example a dear friend of mine has said they are in love with me. They want a romantic relationship with me. I don't want that but I don't want to lose them as a friend. How do we navigate that?
In a drama-filled episode, Chael discusses:Conflicting stories about a rumored fight between Alex Pereira and Khamzat Chimaev, and who we should believe (9:02)Alex Pereira's warrior-like persona and how it showed out at UFC 281 (24:18)Whether Glover Teixeira "got screwed" in the whole UFC 282 mess (36:32)Legal issues between former friends Conor McGregor and Artem Lobov (49:09)Is a fight between Paddy Pimblett and McGregor actually as compelling as you think it is? (1:03:40)Plus, Aljamain Sterling says he's got his next title challenger lined up, and Chael tells you why you need to trust everything he says (00:37).Presented by: Netsuite
From the Moscow, ID., Police, "Detectives are looking for context to the events and people involved in these murders. To assist with the ongoing investigation, any odd or out-of-the-ordinary events that took place should be reported. Our focus is the investigation, not the activities. Your information, whether you believe it is significant or not, might be a piece of the puzzle to help investigators solve these murders." Telephone: 208-883-7180 Email: email@example.com Digital Media: fbi.gov/moscowidaho UPDATE (November 30, 2022) Conflicting information has been released over the past 24 hours. The Latah County Prosecutor's Office stated the suspect(s) specifically looked at this residence, and that one or more of the occupants were undoubtedly targeted. We have spoken with the Latah County Prosecutor's Office and identified this was a miscommunication. Detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted but continue to investigate. There have been media questions about a September 12th, 2022, incident regarding an argument between a group of people walking on the University of Idaho bike path and a cyclist. It was reported that during the confrontation, the cyclist displayed a folding knife. Both parties dispersed, and there were no injuries. The cyclist turned himself into the police. The case was investigated and misdemeanor charges were referred to the Moscow City Attorney's Office. There is no connection between the individual involved in this incident and the current murder investigations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“The one thing that bothers me is the Price Index higher than expectations” Bob Iaccino breaks down GDP and JOLTs data ahead of Chairman Powell's comments. Bob is skeptical of the reliability of JOLTS data due to employers posting multiple jobs with no intention on filling each post, which leads to inflating the number of jobs open across the country. He also highlights the technical trends in the U.S. Dollar as it has retreated from recent highs at a rapid pace.
2022 Giving Tuesday Predictions: Search Is Down, Hope Is Up Whole Whale, the publishers of this newsletter, predict a record-setting $3.2 billion will be donated for Giving Tuesday this year. The prediction is the result of an analysis based on an adjusted linear regression, trends in Google Search terms around “Giving Tuesday,” and national giving trends. This method predicts an 18% or $500 million increase over 2021's total amount raised. While this is an optimistic prediction, several negative indicators might give nonprofits more caution heading into the season of giving, including decreased Giving Tuesday search volume, narratives around inflation and economic pains, a public drained of giving after an election cycle, and a potential return to post-pandemic giving patterns. Yet, elections can lead to heightened social engagement, and online shopping trends continue to be strong despite economic worries. (2022's Black Friday set a record for online giving.) Whatever the final tally of donation revenue comes in during #GivingTuesday, remember to thank your donors! Summary Nonprofit Uses Zillow to Help Homeless | Nonprofit Technology News Charities funded by Sam Bankman-Fried may be asked to return donations: ‘I had assumed FTX to be a reputable company' | MarketWatch Pablo Eisenberg, a fierce critic of nonprofits and philanthropy, died at age 90 | NPR Rough Transcript [00:00:00] This week on the nonprofit News Feed for November 28th. This week we, uh, we have our big day, the day of the Tuesday of Giving, giving Tuesday. We're excited to talk about this and what's going on. Nick, hope you had a great Thanksgiving and enjoyed family time. I know you had a massive amount of, uh, of humans eating Turkey. [00:00:26] We had a massive amount of humans eating Turkey. Multiple turkeys I should say, but it was super fun and happy giving Tuesday. George, I sorry I didn't get you anything. Um, but what I do have for you is some predictions. Uh, we are starting out with our 2022 Giving Tuesday predictions, and we're going with the headline. [00:00:51] Search is down, hope is up. We're seeing some. Conflicting factors. So Whole Whale, which is US , we write the nonprofit newsfeed, whole letter, uh, newsletter. And we as in you predict a record setting $3.2 billion to be donated for giving Tuesday this year. And our prediction is the result of an analysis based on an adjusted linear regression. [00:01:17] But we also take a peak at things like Google Search terms around giving Tuesday and broader. Giving trends. So using this method, we have officially predicted an 18% or 500 million increase over 2020 ones total amount raised. So this is an optimistic prediction, but there are several negative indicators, uh, that could potentially, uh, be pushing down this increase in including headlines regarding, uh, inflation and economic pains. [00:01:53] We just came off an election cycle. Maybe folks are tired of giving, um, and we're potentially returning to kind of a post pandemic social engagement. That being said, we're seeing online shopping trends from Black Friday set new records. So it seems that even though we're all talking about the economy, the consumer, uh, sector, particularly on Black Friday did real well. [00:02:21] So, George, what's, what do you make of this as the, the, the predictor himself? The, the Chief Guesser and Chief Waer? Yeah. I am excited. 10 years of giving Tuesday. I mean, this is the 10 year anniversary, uh, of how it's come up and, you know, it is pretty steadily in terms of donations, uh, increased at a, at a decent clip. [00:02:45] One of the things though that I am seeing, and this is tough cause there's some lagging search data when I'm pulling it up, but right now, um, it, it is, it, it's trending behind. Um, Uh, call it 10 to 20%. It's hard to pin it down exactly year over year, but it is certainly not exceeding previous years of giving Tuesday. [00:03:09] And if you look at this trend for the past five years of, uh, giving Tuesday in search, why I care about it is that I'm hoping that it becomes a regular recognized holiday on par. The other major players, you know, Halloween of, you know, black Friday, of things that you will see in terms of increasing search. [00:03:33] And, and frankly, over the past five years, it has been, um, it's peak, it's peak in terms of search related trends and, uh, questions in the United States being asked and has decreased. And this is seemingly continued into, into this year. And. One of the things that you need to happen for a holiday is continued awareness. [00:03:58] And part of that awareness, and this is a proxy, but part of that awareness is the number of people putting in related queries to, to giving Tuesday in and around the holiday. And, you know, hopefully this isn't, uh, fatigue setting in, but we'll see it, um, we'll see the results in terms of, of dollars and maybe, uh, maybe it's just one of those. [00:04:20] That finds, uh, finds its level of awareness, but a different level of giving. So I'm, I'm still optimistic about the giving cuz as you mentioned, people are, are still spending despite threats of recession, uh, looming overhead. And hopefully that continues. And, you know, we, we've been telling people to check their, check, their real time analytics to pay attention to look. [00:04:42] I think it's an important time also, as you are looking and reviewing, like, okay, how did it go? How's our donation form? Like this is the kickoff to giving season, but also this is the last year. This is the last year that your current universal Google Analytics will work. We'll show you conversions. We'll show you where donors are going. [00:05:05] This is it. This is the last December you. With the old version of Google Analytics. So just for funsies, take a look if you haven't already at GA four, Google Analytics four. It's the upgrade that Google is forcing all clients to move onto. Mid next year, in July of 2023, take a look at what it looks like in terms of your donation tracking and flow, because that's what you're gonna have this time next year. [00:05:35] I mean, this won't be the last time I talk about it, but this is your last season, so this is a good time to be taking notes of what you, uh, what you may need to plan for next to your next season. But right now, pay attention, make sure donation forms are working and doing your best with your email messaging. [00:05:52] Get people in the door. [00:05:55] Yeah, George, those are great points. We'll wait to see the final numbers, but if you're listening to this today, make sure you check your forms and something we say at Whole Whale is always remember to thank your donors as well. Um, and if you follow the newsfeed, you can see some links to some best practices around fundraising, thanking your donors and all that good. [00:06:17] Right. I can take us into the summary now. And this is an article from Non-Profit Technology. Uh, news was reposting from, uh, KOMO News, KOMO news uh.com, which talks about. In Seattle, Washington, um, a Seattle based nonprofit called Housing Connector has part partnered with a local technology firm, Zillow, which I'm sure you've heard of, to help more than 3,700 people. [00:06:48] Homeless people move into affordable housing, and this was over the past three years and. I'm gonna guess, George, that we put this in here because we love a good public private partnership. It seems here that housing connector had a system for seamlessly connecting landlords to qualified homeless tenants eased the friction in that process. [00:07:15] Of course, with anything administrative. Um, it, it's really significantly harder for folks experiencing homelessness. And in addition, uh, with assistance from Zillow, we're able to get homeless folks into housing. Um, cuz we are experiencing a housing crisis in these United States. So this is just a real cool example of tech and public private partnerships creating real results, at least in Seattle, was. [00:07:44] This is exactly right. Their, their housing connector. They're talking about the efficiency that it gives case managers at the tip of their fingers, like the alternative here. The alternative here is that, Communities, municipalities pony up for incredibly expensive databases to manage and and maintain really cuz you need live data. [00:08:08] And the truth is, the public market has already created this. They're paying for it. Zillow's doing just fine because of their knowledge of, uh, real estate networks. And this is the a type of partnership that creates efficiencies and really, Focuses resources on affordable housing, which if you pull the thread on so many societal ills in the United States, so many of them, that thread leads right back to affordable housing in areas that have access to resources, solve that. [00:08:44] Um, and so I love seeing Zillow being a part of this and hope other. Other districts to take a look at this, uh, this housing connector versus, you know, the question of like, wait a minute, we have to build everything internally and go this, um, go this other route. So, uh, yep. I like highly and stuff like this. [00:09:05] Yeah, I absolutely agree. It's a, a cool story. We hope more of this happens. [00:09:10] The moment you've been waiting for George. Our next story is from Market Watch, and the title of this story is Charities funded by Sam Bankman, freed of the infamous FTX fame, has been asked to return donations to nonprofits that Ft X's fund had given money to. So the background on this is Fdx is a cryptocurrency exchange created. [00:09:37] Sam Bankman Freed and the whole system collapsed a couple weeks ago in. What was a liquidity crisis that essentially created a digital bank run. And it's much, much more complicated than that. But anyway, uh, this exchange collapsed, but its founder was a very public proponent of the effective altruism movement, um, potentially to. [00:10:03] Market himself and, uh, divert attention away from other potentially illegal, if not, uh, morally questionable actions. Um, but anyway, the funds that the foundation has given to nonprofits, um, there's a potential that in an effort to repay, um, folks who have debt in, in ftx, there might actually be clawbacks essentially. [00:10:29] Uh, Through the, the process nonprofits might have to give some of the funds that they got donated back to the foundation, um, which is devastating to these nonprofits. And it seems that a, a couple of people might be stepping up to kind of, you know, provide cover for these non-profits, so it doesn't happen. [00:10:50] Um, but, but Jordan, I mean, this is, this is terrible. And, uh, I have, I have more thoughts, but I wanna, I wanna get your thoughts on this. Well, this is just, you know, watching one, one shoe drop after another in terms of the, the level of fraud, which frankly is not the first time we have seen in crypto, or frankly in financial markets in general. [00:11:17] You don't need to have that long a memory to realize that yes, this was in the level of a 16 billion fraud, but there was a level of 60 plus billion by Bernie Madoff also. A very well known philanthropist and clawbacks actually happened in that case as well. Which is just an important note to, to nonprofits receiving some of these donations, which is just brutal for them. [00:11:42] You know, you're making plans, you're hiring, you're saying, Hey, finally this capital plan strategically done is gonna happen. And suddenly you're, you're now dealing with, uh, potential, you know, pullback of funds and that, you know, over a hundred nonprofits, I believe in the days of Bernie Madoff and that crash, uh, received such clawback notices. [00:12:04] And so coming back to this character, Sam Bangin Fried, uh, the damage is, is still being calculated. Um, and, and albeit less money, there was his deep, deep connection and association with the effect of altruism movement. And there is some soul searching that needs to be done. And part of that is that when people. [00:12:30] Make pledges, especially those that are in the public spotlight, that are seeking investment, that are seeking to build and effectively pay for a, a moral cause. Washing a official stamp from media and investors alike, that I am one of the good guys. I am one of the people out there making positive change. [00:12:52] You can trust me with your funds, which by the way, he was gambling. Overtly with customer funds. That's not a legend. They can see that now. Um, and this was clearly paying the price to, in the same way he, he bought a stadium rights right in Miami, the Fdx arena. He was buying the movement of effective altruism to burnish his reputation. [00:13:18] And now even beyond. You know, the, the call of effective altruism is using data and research and logic and making the best possible decision to solve the causes you care about. It's aligned with a bit of utilitarian thinking that even if I do, uh, morally corrupt jobs, questionable, and this is coming directly paraphrased from a. [00:13:44] In a paper written by one of the main philosophers behind, um, McCaskill, William McCaskill, one of his papers, talks about taking morally questionable jobs because somebody else will do it anyway, as long as you promised to make large donations in line with effective giving effective altruism. This is a very tough moral justification. [00:14:12] To play, especially when you play it at scale. And the fact that teacher pension funds were actually somehow rolled up in this as well and now are, are left empty. Um, all for the, the grand total of pledges that Sam Bankman free made. Yes, there was some money made, uh, and donated, but that money is now even being clawed back. [00:14:35] I want to say it as many times as as possible, but when you. A millionaire billionaire making a pledge. It's called pr. They're making pr. They're not making donation. They're not changing society. They're making pr, public relations. I want to look good for something I haven't done. I think everyone's red flags. [00:15:00] Red cards tie in some World Cup should be high, high. When we see pledges, they're worth the paper they're written on and maybe even less. It's frustrating. It's frustrating. Uh, net net, this is not going to end crypto philanthropy in the same way that Bernie Madoff to end family foundations and, and fiat giving. [00:15:29] Um, this is not gonna end effective altruism, though. It's gonna push for some soul searching and, um, A lot, a lot more questions about, well, how morally bankrupt can I be and still make that tithing at the end. [00:15:45] The church did this a while back. Look up the history of tithing. It's quite interesting. It doesn't go well. Alrighty. [00:15:55] I mean, more ran ranum, but uh, you know, it's. It's good to, to turn around and look at the power of, you know, billionaires in philanthropy, um, and the detriment, um, that can, uh, can be cost. Yeah. George, I, I really appreciated that. For our listeners, maybe they're just this year they've started experimenting with crypto donations. [00:16:21] Maybe they have a way to donate, uh, cryptocurrency to your organization. I think this situation has led to a crisis of trust coming from a lot of different directions. If you are a small made or large size nonprofit, how do you instill trust for people who follow this and maybe a little jaded by the whole thing? [00:16:49] How do you as a nonprofit communicate trust? [00:16:52] So you're saying for like, if you're accepting crypto philanthropy, crypto donations through your site, there may be questions of how, you know, like this is all a fraud, right? This is the, the top line banners one. You know, remember that roughly 40% of millennials actually have and own cryptocurrency. , um, and are able to, to sort of use it and, and I would say some of those parallels to, just because Enron existed doesn't mean that the entire equity market was a sham, that you shouldn't accept stock donations. [00:17:27] The truth is when you accept crypto, uh, it is, if you're used at least the giving block, full disclosure, whole. Um, manage that manages with them as a client. They're a client of ours. Uh, but once that donation is made, it is immediately liquidated. So I don't care if you are getting some sort of animal coin or a Bitcoin or Ethereum, whatever it may be, once it hits that donation form, it is processed into fiat Hold onto your dollars type of things. [00:17:58] One of the questions, however, is, as with any other donation, is that if it was I begotten and it is of high, It there could be suspect to clawbacks if there are legal proceedings. So maybe that is actually one, maybe large takeaway that when you receive a large donation, um, don't, aren't counting those chickens, um, just yet and making sure that that is money you can hold onto. [00:18:23] But, uh, I would say keep going and it is, um, it is a minor setback and if you really parse into it, you're like, oh, I. Crypto was all on the blockchain and it was all transparent. How, how could this level of fraud be is, is because this was a classic Ponzi scheme of centralized control over these assets. [00:18:46] There are abilities on the blockchain to have your own wallet the same way that you have a wallet in your pocket with $20 in it, and you're like, as long as I hold this, as soon as you hand that over. To a Lehman Brothers and they start leveraging the heck out of it. And you're like, I know I can get my $20 whenever I want. [00:19:06] That's where the centralized trust comes in. And this particular company was based in The Bahamas with no regulation, oversight, financial responsibility, board members, or, um, frankly, asset back checks involved at all. And so when that happens, that's, you know, that's just human. Error that is, uh, human fallibility. [00:19:29] It's hard to say, like, alright, you don't give that diri to anybody asking, but I I'm hoping that this isn't a knee jerk reaction of like, oh, we gotta pull our crypto off because it is all a scam. It's like, it is not, scams get perpetrated on top of it as, as they do with every other financial market. And this will set probably, uh, the crypto space back. [00:19:51] Um, they're saying, you know, a year or so, um, as there's ripple on effects. But, um, the underlying my confidence in underlying technology, uh, remains and people are still building on it. George, I think that's a great synthesis of all the different kind of threads that nonprofits should be considering, and I'm sure we'll talk more about this in the next couple weeks, months. [00:20:13] Um, as we do follow the crypto philanthropy space, I should say, we've got a, a webinar coming up with care two, um, I don't know when you're listening to this, but on. I should know it off the top of my head. December. I'm gonna say first December 1st. So check out, uh, that webinar. It's uh, hopewell.com. Um, you can find it on our webinars section there. [00:20:36] That is an awesome reminder. You get to listen to us live, not me. Um, but you , you. I don't wanna do that. You do that. . Well, George speaking. Uh, wealthy philanthropists. Um, we wanted to highlight, uh, someone who is skeptical of them. Uh, our next article, um, comes from npr and the title is Pablo Eisenberg, A Fierce Critic of Nonprofits and Philanthropy. [00:21:11] Critical out of fierce love, I guess you can say. Um, has died at age 90. Um, so Eisenberg, who was someone I didn't know until I read this article. Um, Is a professor, nonprofit leader, a social justice advocate, just really, really cares about, um, issues of equity and justice, and apparently was somewhat famous for kind of sticking it to the stayed old, outdated. [00:21:43] Um, however he perceived it kind of traditional philanthropy space. Um, it says here, chastising prosperous donors for giving disproportionately to Ivy League schools, rich hospitals, and well endowed museums all while getting tax breaks. Um, so it seems like kind of a, I don't know, sticking out for the, the little guy in the, the philanthropy space, but seems like a titan nonetheless, within the, the philanthropy. [00:22:10] Yeah, I mean, I put this in here also, uh, because I think you know this as an outspoken critic. Um, you know, often said of mega billionaires out there, um, that pledged, there's that word pledged, red card pledged to donate the majority of their wealth. Uh, were not spirit desire. He, uh, he criticized them for not giving away more of their fortune immediately. [00:22:35] If you have it, give it away. Do the work, do the work now, and gets even more frustrated watching these towering offices be, be built, um, around giving away this money as opposed to doing the work. Uh, so I do, here's what I would say. I, I do believe when you're giving away that level of wealth, you must probably be very careful, um, about giving it away in ruinous ways. [00:23:00] Um, I, I like the sentiment in there. [00:23:02] I like it too. I think this guy deserves a movie. . I'd watch that movie. I don't know how many other people full would, it was a little niche, but I'd watch that movie. Uh, maybe Netflix. Netflix is at a documentary budget for that, for sure. All right. How about feel Good story? George, what have we got? This one comes from Ktv Q. [00:23:24] Dot com and it is about an organization called Adult and Teen Challenge, which is a faith-based recovery program for men and women that suffer from addiction. And they are selling live Christmas trees to raise money for program costs, to help teens and other young adults experiencing addiction and needing recovery. [00:23:46] And we do like a good seasonal article, and I don't know what says. Seasonal fundraising, um, like a Christmas tree sale, nothing. Not to like here. Yeah, it's, it's great. And I also love these earned, uh, earned models, um, that usually can be program related, but certainly around the season when people are buying you, if you have the ability to, to match a program to something that can be purchased is a way for you to generate some earned revenue, which can be put to good causes. [00:24:20] It's great. All right. Got a, got a question for you. Oh boy. Yep. What should an unwell non-profit Twitter campaign do? An unwell non-profit. Just not, well, not feeling great, not feeling great Twitter campaign. Oh man. What did they do Nick? They should, uh, get treatment. Oh my. Oh, oh my. Look, they've made it to the end of this podcast. [00:24:48] They deserve that. All right, have a good one. Happy given Tuesday. Happy Giving Tuesday.
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In this episode, Brock speaks with Ryan Pavel. In this conversation, we talk about why growing up playing video games as a differentiator. Ryan landed a job at a law firm from playing Destiny. We talk about understanding the quantitative and qualitative impacts of your military service and how higher education plays into the life of veteran. We talk about higher education because Ryan is the CEO of the Warrior-Scholar Project, a nonprofit focused on preparation for education after service. Warrior-Scholar Project helps vets prepare for that transition to education with a really rigorous program that sets the tone encourages and gets you plugged in with some great people at the university you're going to be attending. Resources: Ryan on LinkedIn Warrior-Scholar Project Show notes: (02:45) - Landing a law firm job playing Destiny (08:36) - Changing perception of gaming (11:11) - Marine Corps as a backup option (16:23) - Conflicting outcomes leaving the Corps and moral injury (23:05) - Money as an incentive (32:11) - Why the military is 'safe' (40:18) - The feeling of inadequacy, particularly in Law school (47:11) - Finding your meaning in the military (51:52) - Ryan's personal measuring stick (55:35) - Finding the Warrior-Scholar Project and getting involved (59:19) - The program's changes over time (01:07:12) - Description of Warrior-Scholar Project, offering and why it's needed (01:14:35) - What is the value of a degree in the hands of a capable veteran (01:18:47) - The future of WSP and steps to get there (01:23:37) - What would cause WSP to fail? (01:27:26) - What we can learn and implement today? The Scuttlebutt Podcast - The podcast for service members and veterans building a life outside the military. The Scuttlebutt Podcast features discussions on lifestyle, careers, business, and resources for service members. Show host, Brock Briggs, talks with a special guest from the community committed to helping military members build a successful life, inside and outside the service. Get a weekly episode breakdown, a sneak peek of the next episode and other resources in your inbox for free at https://scuttlebutt.substack.com/. Follow along: • Brock: @BrockHBriggs • Instagram: Scuttlebutt_Podcast • Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Episodes & transcripts: Scuttlebuttpodcast.co
When most people think of the outdoors, their associations are primarily positive. Happiness, relaxation and calmness all come to mind. Even as issues of social injustice and racial inequality increasingly impacted many over the past few years, communities have sought a form of escape in the outdoors. Outdoor leader Merrell exists to share the simple power of being outside. Knowing the globally recognized benefits of being outside, Merrell conducted a study of cross-cultural perceptions and experiences in the outdoors to better understand how race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation and income affect how welcome people feel outside. The brand believes the trail is for everyone – inspiring the drive behind the study to make the outdoors inclusive and welcoming to all. The study – Inclusivity in the Outdoors Report – unveils that despite the globally recognized benefits of being outside, not everyone's associations fit the positive narrative. Revealing “a tale of two outdoors,” the study shows more people getting outside overall and that positive sentiment has increased. Respondents across the globe indicate a 4 percent increase in feeling happy or alive and a 2 percent increase in feeling thankful when outside.* Key Findings The six main takeaways from Merrell's global outdoors audit are: Conflicting emotions exist when outside across the globe Indigenous communities face barriers to being in their natural homes Communities of color still feel cautious about the safety of outdoor spaces Women have growing concerns regarding safety and continue to be underrepresented Income impacts outdoor participation LGBTQ+ people are left out despite a desire to participate The Inclusivity in the Outdoors Report showcases there are still barriers to overcome. It is important to address the obstacles that those who identify as Woman, Black, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ people, and those with lower incomes encounter to ensure everyone feels welcome outside while helping decrease the associations that do not fit within the positive narrative. Merrell is calling for industry leaders — including local park and recreation professionals — to help. Actions You Can Take Expand representation in marketing. Commit to getting youth outside as early as possible to instill a lifelong love of the outdoors and increase a sense of ownership and belonging. NRPA members are encouraged to leverage the Equity in Practice Resource Library which offers a set of vetted and carefully curated articles, books, technical resources, podcasts, videos and webinars. Fund green spaces in urban areas to improve recreational areas closer to home. Address both physical and perceived access issues for underserved communities. Establish and leverage partnerships, provide transportation, reduce, subsidize or eliminate admission fees, and provide access to lower-cost or refurbished products. Redefine and reimagine outdoors. The outdoors is everywhere and for everyone. And, outdoor experiences are as diverse as the communities who enjoy them. When we expand upon our perception of the outdoors, we help make it more inclusive for those who have different experiences. Think beyond camping and hiking. Backyards and front yards, playgrounds, city parks, kids walking to school, taking the dog for a walk, sitting outside and watching wildlife, going to get coffee/pizza, gardening, bicycling, and commuters enjoying fresh air as they walk to work. The outdoors is ubiquitous, and it's up to us to help all feel welcome. The Trail Ahead In partnership with Merrell, the National Recreation and Park Association is working to increase access to green spaces and bring park improvement projects to life in communities hit hardest by park funding inequities. The journey toward inclusivity in the outdoors means supporting diversity, representation, education and awareness. The trail is for everybody regardless of size, gender, race or ability. We all need to work together to create a welcoming environment in the outdoors not only because it's the right thing to do, but it's imperative to continue the protection and conservation of the natural environment that sustains us all. The more people we can inspire and welcome to the outdoors, the more people will learn to enjoy, respect and work hard to conserve our natural spaces. This episode is sponsored by Merrell, and the above text was written by Merrell CSR Marketing Manager Regina Hill.
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Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: America Trapped between hyperinflation and great depression: https://youtu.be/005qauRPRgs Podcast Questions: 1. Protein combining/quality [13:30] Mike says: Hi guys, This isn't your average black beans + corn + rice (or however the vegans tell it) question, or maybe it is??? I was hoping you could clear something up for me. Every week I mix up a huge batch of: 10% milkfat cabot yogurt, 1 can coconut milk, 1-1.5 cup oats, a couple stevia packets, + some combo of various amounts of: raisins, protein powder, collagen protein, chia seeds, coconut flakes, chopped nuts, coco powder, instant coffee, etc; and then batch it out for daily breakfasts. Honestly, its awesome, on the level of some sort of non-frozen ice cream treat, and I would tend to this its at least prettttty healthy. Question: each bowl ends up being a dense 500-600 calories, and 30-40 total grams of protein …I would usually tend to think that everything outside yogurt-protein and whey power are sort of crap-protein that shouldn't hardly be counted, but does this crap-protein gain value when eaten in the complete amino matrix found in the animal foods? Essentially, is incomplete added to complete valuable? I feel like I always hear the combining-question in the context of incomplete incomplete. Side question to squeeze it in; any value to all those things sitting in my yogurt for 5-6-7 days? Fermentationwise.. anti-nutrients go poof!?? 2. Brain Fog After Training [19:08] Steve says: I am approaching 40 but still giving hell and setting PRs (late bloomer). I like to lift heavy, ruck, do circuit training, wrestle, play flag football. Already taking 1000mg DHA fish oil, 10g creatine, 6g salt/electrolytes, 2g magnesium malate daily. I'm 6'4" 295lb. Is there a way to avoid or curb the CNS/brain fatigue that follows heavy training. I work from home and have a home gym. I would love to train at about 3pm when I still feel energized. However it can feel impossible to do work after training for about 2-3 hours after. Caffeine is a no go since it will make me stay up all night. Any thoughts? 3. Conflicting Information - Where to Start? [26:23] Shaun says: I am 47 and lived a life of low fat high carb and lots of artificial sweeteners. The thing is I am getting sicker, more unhealthy and my weight is going up. There is so much conflicting information so I don't know where to start. Every time I try to cut carbs down and dump my artificial sweeteners use my energy tanks and I end up on the cycle again. Now please don't judge but at its worse I was using 20 plus packets of equal a day and drinking 2 litres of diet a coke today to keep energy up. Please help. Shaun from New Zealand Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: Download a copy of the transcript here (PDF)
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