Talking points: mindset, relationships Title says everything, friends. Here are a handful straightforward things you can start doing to attract higher quality women. Caveat: these aren't Jedi mind tricks, they'll benefit you even if you're already in a relationship, and probably will help the dating scene be a little less chaotic for everyone. Listen in. (00:00:00) - Intro(00:02:18) - Face your fears and be honest about the red flags you've ignored(00:05:42) - Confront your fears relationally, emotionally, and sexually(00:07:37) - Work towards your idealized self(00:10:33) - Get in shape; the benefits are enormous (00:17:02) - Be able to regulate your nervous system(00:18:42) - Know what you will tolerate in relationship and adhere to that(00:20:45) - Get offline This episode is brought to you by Cured Nutrition! Cured offers everything from CBD to functional mushroom products to adaptogens designed to help the body thrive in all aspects of the daily human experience. Personal favorite? The Zen sleep bundle. Get 20% off your order here: https://www.curednutrition.com/mantalks/ Pick up my book, Men's Work: A Practical Guide To Face Your Darkness, End Self-Sabotage, And Find Freedom: https://mantalks.com/mens-work-book/ Check out some free resources: How To Quit Porn | Anger Meditation | How To Lead In Your Relationship Build brotherhood with a powerful group of like-minded men from around the world. Check out The Alliance and join me today. Enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the tools and training they're looking for. And don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify For more episodes, visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | TwitterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A US military Osprey aircraft with six crew members aboard crashes into the sea off southern Japan. Also, as the Israel-Hamas ceasefire is set to end today, talks are underway to prolong the truce to facilitate the release of more hostages. Plus, health officials are monitoring the growing number of cases of respiratory illnesses in China. And, victims of Alex Murdaugh's financial crimes address him directly in court in an emotional hearing.
When clinicians and therapists have clients that are more challenging than others because they present with more difficult dynamics, it can feel hard for the therapist to know how to confront and be direct about things in sessions with their clients in a way that is empathic and honors the truth, but doesn't shut down the client or activate their defenses. Join We Heart Therapy host Anabelle Bugatti PhD, LMFT and special guests, Belgium EFT Trainers Lieven Migerode and Jef Slootmaeckers, specialists in working with couples who suffer from violence in their relationships, as we discuss how to be direct and confront behavior and things that are not okay the EFT Way-More empathically while still honoring the truth using Emotionally Focused Therapy. You can contact Lieven and Jef directly on their website and request a copy of their published article on DV and IPV using EFT. For more information on Lieven Migerode and Jef Slootmaeckers, visit: https://eft-belgium.org For information on their book click here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Partnergewel... For information on the EFT World Summit https://www.EFTEuropa.com For more information on EFT, please visit: https://www.iceeft.com and https://www.drsuejohnson.com For more information on your host Dr. Belle, please visit: https://www.lasvegasmarriagecounselin... https://www.drbelle.com https://www.wehearttherapy.com https://www.snveft.com
Confrontée à une crise sans précédent de la main-d'œuvre, le Canada déploie beaucoup d'efforts pour recruter à l'étranger. C'est d'autant plus vrai au Québec où le nombre d'immigrants temporaires qui répondent à des offres de contrat a doublé entre 2021 et aujourd'hui. Des instances gouvernementales et des organismes parapublics organisent des missions à travers le monde pour combler des besoins dans le secteur de la santé, et même dans les universités pour trouver de nouveaux étudiants. Et bien sûr, les entreprises participent activement à la recherche de ces perles rares qui leur permettent de répondre aux demandes de leurs clients. À écouter aussiBilan de l'édition 2023 du forum Destination Canada à Paris
Jing Gao is the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing, the fastest-growing direct-to-consumer startup and Asian food brand. Her first product, the Sichuan Chili Crisp, took the food world by storm in 2018, propelling Fly By Jing into the mainstream and spotlighting Jing as a leading expert in Sichuan flavors. Fly By Jing has since sold over 2 million jars of Chili Crisp to date, making it one of the fastest-growing condiments on the market and a household staple for many. Today, Chili Crisp can be found in thousands of grocery stores across the United States, coming a long way from the Kickstarter campaign that first led to its fame, and Fly By Jing has expanded into a multi-million dollar business.In this week's episode, we discuss Jing's upbringing, the many countries she's lived in growing up and how those experiences impacted her life. She talks about how she left her stable tech job to pursue a career in food full time, the way she evaluated her risks when becoming an entrepreneur and how she decided to move to the US without knowing anyone to start her product business. We also talk about the early days of the business when Jing first launched on Kickstarter, the multiple challenges she had when creating & shipping the product to customers, and how she created such an incredible, high growth brand from the power of word of mouth and community. In this episode, we'll talk to Jing about:* Jing's childhood upbringing and relationship with risk. [2:32]* What helped Jing overcome change and push herself outside her comfort zone. [9:45]* What motivated Jing to quit her tech job and move to Shanghai for a new opportunity. [11:43]* The relationship between food and Jing's personal identity and cultural heritage. [16:09]* The significance of seizing opportunities and staying open to chances. [19:13]* Jing's parents' viewpoint regarding her career journey. [21:07]* Establishing a restaurant and the lessons Jing gained from this experience. [22:21]* Choosing the right business partner. [27:15]* The financial struggles encountered, and lessons learned while operating a restaurant. [28:54]* Jing's shift towards creating her own products. [36:09]* Why entrepreneurship is self-work. [42:34]* The key stages in the launch of Fly by Jing. [45:12]* Jing's latest cookbook and what's next for her and the business. [53:50]This episode is brought to you by beeya: * Learn more about beeya's seed cycling bundle at https://beeyawellness.com/free to find out how to tackle hormonal imbalances. * Get $10 off your order by using promo code BEHINDHEREMPIREFollow Yasmin:* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yasminknouri/* Website: https://www.behindherempire.com/Follow Jing:* Fly By Jing Website: https://flybyjing.com/* Fly By Jing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flybyjing/* Jing's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jingtheory/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bienvenue au Québec ! Éco d'ici Éco d'ailleurs a installé ses micros à Montréal, capitale économique d'une province canadienne confrontée à une profonde pénurie de main d'œuvre dans de nombreux secteurs. Même si elle suscite des réticences dans la population locale, l'immigration est un recours nécessaire pour les entreprises et les opérateurs économiques soucieux de faire face au vieillissement démographique. Comment en est-on arrivé là ? De nombreux Africains font notamment le voyage pour trouver là un emploi et une qualité de vie. Pourtant, les défis sont nombreux en termes de financement de leur projet, de durée des procédures, d'intégration professionnelle, etc. Le Québec doit-il avoir davantage recours à l'immigration ? Faut-il revoir les seuils d'accueil, les conditions d'entrée ? L'immigration africaine est-elle une chance pour le développement économique du Québec, et pour la défense de la langue française ? NOS INVITÉS- Karl Blackburn, président du Conseil du Patronat du Québec - Magali Picard, présidente de la Fédération des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec (FTQ) - Daye Diallo, économiste principal à l'Institut du Québec - Régis Dahany, membre du Conseil d'administration du Réseau des Entrepreneurs et Professionnels Africains (REPAF) - Lauriane Déry, présidente de Force Jeunesse. NOS REPORTAGES L'entreprise québécoise J. A. Roby fabrique des poêles à bois. Confronté à la pénurie de main d'œuvre (notamment depuis la pandémie de Covid-19), son patron Dany Brousseau a décidé d'embaucher des étrangers notamment en Afrique. Pour avoir des travailleurs immigrés au Québec, il faut les faire venir et prospecter en Afrique par exemple. C'est ce que fait Recrulink, une agence de recrutement qui s'est spécialisée dans ce domaine. Elle est dirigée par Ibrahim Aboulhouda, Comorien d'origine installé au Québec depuis 2009 et Annie Janelle, sa collaboratrice chargée de la communication et du développement.
Psalms 17:13-14 (NKJV) Arise, O Lord, Confront him, cast him down; Deliver my life from the wicked with Your sword, With Your hand from men, O Lord, From men of the world who have their portion in this life… We can see from the text above that the men of this world have their portion […]
L'idée pourrait prêter à sourire, et pourtant, les personnes qui en ont souffert relatent une expérience très désagréable. Le syndrome de Paris, ou plus largement syndrome du voyageur, résulte d'une inadéquation entre les attentes d'une personne lorsqu'elle décide de visiter Paris, et ce qu'elle y trouve réellement. Comment identifier un syndrome de Paris ? La gamme de symptômes qui englobe le syndrome de Paris est vaste. Régulièrement, les individus touchés développent des crises de stress ou des bouffées d'angoisses intenses. Ils peuvent se sentir dépersonnalisés, désorientés, et même connaitre des épisodes de paranoïa en suspectant leur entourage ou les instances gouvernementales. Au niveau physique, le syndrome de Paris s'exprime par des palpitations cardiaques, une sensation de vertige, un phénomène de sudation inhabituel et un sentiment d'oppression très fort. Bien qu'il ne figure pas dans le référentiel psychiatrique du DSM-5, le syndrome de Paris est généralement reconnu par les médecins après observation clinique et exclusion d'autres troubles psychiques. Certains profils sont plus à risque comme les touristes qui idéalisent beaucoup la ville de Paris, ceux qui proviennent de pays lointains ou de cultures très différentes. Les voyageurs seuls et ceux ayant des antécédents de troubles mentaux font aussi partie des personnes plus sensibles à ce syndrome. Qu'est-ce qui cause ou déclenche le syndrome de Paris ? À l'étranger, et plus précisément dans les pays asiatiques comme le Japon ou la Chine, Paris est présentée comme la ville du romantisme, de la mode et du raffinement. Les touristes s'en font une idée à travers des médias qui fantasment la capitale française. Lorsqu'ils décident de visiter Paris, ils formulent des attentes irréalistes qui devraient transcender leur quotidien. Confrontés à la réalité de la vie parisienne, sa foule, sa pollution, ses problèmes sociaux et son rythme de vie incessant, certains visiteurs subissent alors une désillusion profonde et rapide. La confrontation entre leur idéal et ce qu'ils vivent occasionne un choc psychologique traumatisant. Les facteurs qui aggravent le risque de syndrome de Paris sont le stress du voyage, le décalage horaire, la barrière de la langue, la fatigue et le sentiment de perte des repères habituels. La solitude de l'expatrié contribue aussi à favoriser la survenue de ce trouble. Résolution du syndrome de Paris La thérapie cognitivo-comportementale, dite TCC, est l'intervention psychologique la plus adaptée pour aider les patients à restructurer leurs pensées et leurs attentes. Lorsque le syndrome est sévère, un psychiatre peut prescrire des anxiolytiques ou des antipsychotiques en complément de la thérapie. Pour prévenir le syndrome de Paris, il est conseillé aux touristes de bien préparer leur séjour en utilisant des sources fiables et réalistes, et de s'imprégner au maximum de la culture, par exemple en apprenant la langue du pays avant le voyage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Carrie's neighbor tipped her off that her husband may be cheating on her while she's traveling for work! And she's supposed to leave town again next week! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I am joined by Bethany Allen of Axios to talk about her new book entitled Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World from HarperCollins. Today, we discuss the global influence of China alongside the rise of authoritarian capitalism in Beijing.Meet BethanyBethany serves as the China reporter at Axios and leads the weekly Axios China newsletter, covering China's role in the world. She was previously a staff editor and contributing reporter at Foreign Policy magazine, where she wrote investigations, deeply reported narratives, and analysis related to China. She is based in Taipei.Resources:Beijing Rules by Bethany AllenChina's Civilian Army: The Making of Wolf Warrior Diplomacy by Peter MartinParty of One: The Rise of Xi Jinping and China's Superpower Future by Chun Han WongHow China Escaped Shock Therapy: The Market Reform Debate by Isabella M. Weber—The Digital Public Square is a production of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and is produced and hosted by Jason Thacker. Production assistance is provided by Kadin Christian. Technical production provided by Owens Productions. It is edited and mixed by Mark Owens.
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We're doing Toolies to end the year! But we have questions. So we've teed up the CEO of Schoolies, Matt Lloyd, to clear things up.Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/fifi-fev-and-nickSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's All Been Done Radio Hour #442 Daniel Kravitz, Chosen One #54 "Monsters" Daniel is forced to confront a monster he killed. Visit our website http://iabdpresents.com Script books, clothing, and more at https://amzn.to/3km2TLm Please support us at http://patreon.com/IABD Find more from It's All Been Done Radio Hour here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iabdpresents/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iabdpresents A comedy radio show originally performed Saturday, December 10, 2022, at Boxland Media in Columbus, Ohio. STARRING Nathan Haley as Daniel Kravitz Ashley Clements as Rosalyn Roger Rochester Ryan Yohe as Grezit the Green GUEST STARRING Anthony Cisco as Lipthong Darren Esler as Ginlet Narrated by Darren Esler Foley Artist Megan Overholt Podcast edited by Jerome Wetzel Written by Jerome Wetzel Directed by Chase McCants Music Director Kristin Green Theme Songs composed by Nathan Haley, with lyrics by Jerome Wetzel Technical Director Shane Stefanchik When you post about us, hashtag #IABD #youtuberadioplays #bestyoutubepodcastchannels
Yascha Mounk and Bethany Allen discuss the historical trajectory of the modern Chinese economy. Bethany Allen is the China reporter at Axios and the author of Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World. In this week's conversation, Yascha Mounk and Bethany Allen discuss how China's unique “party-state capitalism” can act both as a boon to and a drag on its economic growth; how China uses its economic power to enforce conformity and limit free speech around the globe; and what the future might hold for Taiwan. This transcript has been condensed and lightly edited for clarity. Please do listen and spread the word about The Good Fight. If you have not yet signed up for our podcast, please do so now by following this link on your phone. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.persuasion.community Podcast production by Jack Shields, and Brendan Ruberry Connect with us! Spotify | Apple | Google Twitter: @Yascha_Mounk & @joinpersuasion Youtube: Yascha Mounk LinkedIn: Persuasion Community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We've all had experiences and interactions with clients that have made us question our career choice. These interactions might leave us frustrated, angry, upset, or just plain defeated. We replay these interactions over and over again to figure out where we went wrong. After all, we're in the happy business. Why would anyone get mad at us? Aren't we just doing what we can to make our clients happy? No matter what, it is inevitable to have conflict at some point in your career. So, since we know that difficult clients are a possibility, let's be prepared. There are ways to expect and prepare for these interactions, ways to manage conflict, and ways to improve our client relationships. And I call them the 5 C's of Dealing with Difficult Clients. In this episode, you'll learn how to: Define what “difficult” is and what it isn't Manage expectations to avoid conflict and misunderstandings Handle unexpected conflicts and preserve the client relationship Here's a glance at this episode: [2:51] - Take a moment to define “difficult” and what “difficult” is not. [4:24] - Don't confuse different with difficult. [5:34] - To Allison, someone who is difficult is rude, condescending, will not play by the rules, or someone who is not going to be happy no matter what. [6:15] - The 5 C's are clarity, consultation, conversation, confrontation, and closure. [8:17] - Regarding clarity, the biggest mistake being made in the industry is posting an image on social media without any context. [8:59] - Allison's consultation process is designed to get potential clients on the phone to have a conversation as soon as possible. [10:32] - Allison shares some quick tips on how to get someone on the phone. [11:53] - A consultation helps manage expectations so people don't become difficult. [13:19] - The fourth C is a tough one: confrontation. Bring up areas of potential conflict before there's a problem. [15:12] - Listen to what the client is saying and if they use minimizing language. Confront that early on before it becomes a problem. [21:18] - The biggest mistake that portrait photographers make is when they think that clients are going to fall in love with the images so much that they won't care about the price. [22:59] - There is a difference between a difficult client and a disappointed client. [23:34] - But what about the unexpected conflicts? There are two stances you could take. [25:53] - Whatever stance you take, the client is going to take the opposite. [31:50] - Sometimes when things go wrong, the way you handle it can actually make the relationship stronger. [32:48] - No conflict is over until there's closure. [34:35] - Think about all of these steps and have a plan for potential conflict. Links and Resources: Download a TranscriptEpisode #058 How to Speak “Husband” Episode #003 Having a Successful Initial Phone Call Do The ReWorkWebsite | Instagram Allison Tyler JonesWebsite | Instagram | LinkedIn
One out of every four Medicare patients in the hospital is the victim of a medical error. Over the past 20 years, a growing number of hospitals have adopted practices that discuss medical mistakes and offer support to the people who must cope with the often tragic consequences. We examine why experts are calling on the Biden Administration to make patient safety a national priority. Guests:Jack Gentry, patient Naomi Kirtner and Jeff Goldenberg, patient's family and Founders of Talia's VoiceTom Gallagher, MD, Director, UW Medicine Center for Scholarship in Patient Care Quality and SafetyStephen Kuracheck, MD, Former Chief of Critical Care and Medical Director of Quality at Children's MinnesotaJulie Morath, RN, Member of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology's Working Group on Patient SafetyLearn more and read a full transcript on our website.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift, which for a limited time will be matched!We're also excited to share that you can now find Tradeoffs on YouTube! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Keynote Lecture Merkaz Daf Yomi: On Motzei Shabbos Parshas Vayeira, 20 Cheshvon, 5784, November 4, 2023 Rabbi YY Jacobson addressed MDY, Merkaz Daf Yomi, under the leadership of Reb Eli Stefanski, in the Armon Hotel, Stamford, Conn. The Shabbaton took place in honor of the Siyum on Kiddushin and completion of half of Shas in Daf Yomi.
P.M. Edition for Nov. 15. President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping are meeting for a high-stakes summit in California. Senior news editor Charles Hutzler reports. Plus, U.S. retail sales declined in October for the first time since March. Economics reporter Austen Hufford has more. And the Federal Communications Commission adopts a new rule that will hold internet service providers liable for “digital discrimination.” Tech policy reporter Ryan Tracy explains. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Singer, songwriter, and activist Joan Baez chats with Brooke about her new documentary “I Am Noise,” and shares why she chose now to reveal intimate new details about her personal life and music. Joan also reflects on some of the biggest moments of her 60-year career (including her performance at The March on Washington), how our voices shape our identity, and what it means to be courageous.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Les grandes marques occidentales de la mode à bas coût vont-elles mettre la main au portefeuille pour couvrir la hausse des salaires décidée au Bangladesh ? C'est ce que réclament les patrons de l'industrie textile locale, après avoir accepté une augmentation de 60% du salaire minimum. Officiellement, H&M, Zara, Adidas et consorts sont les meilleurs amis des ouvriers bangladais. Dix-huit marques, pour la plupart américaines, ont écrit le mois dernier à la Première ministre Sheikh Hasina, appelant à « des négociations pacifiques pour fixer un salaire minimum couvrant les besoins fondamentaux des travailleurs ». Des vœux restés sans grand écho à Dacca.Le bras de fer a viré au bain de sang, avec quatre morts parmi les grévistes. Et beaucoup de déception parmi les ouvriers. Ils réclamaient un salaire minimum à 210 dollars par mois. Ils n'auront que la moitié à partir du premier décembre. C'est certes un bond de 60% par rapport au Smic inchangé depuis cinq ans, mais bien loin du compte pour compenser la perte du pouvoir d'achat engendrée par cette stagnation des salaires et surtout par l'inflation.NégociationsAu-delà de la compassion, les grandes marques vont-elles mieux rémunérer leurs fournisseurs pour couvrir la hausse des salaires ? Personne n'y croit vraiment. Les industriels bangladais sont parmi les plus sceptiques. Ils savent par expérience qu'au moment de négocier un contrat, leurs donneurs d'ordre sont les premiers à exiger des ristournes. Surtout dans le contexte actuel de crise rampante du secteur.À lire aussiBangladesh: face aux revendications salariales, les industriels du vêtement ferment les usinesLe mois dernier, les exportations textiles du Bangladesh ont chuté de 14%. Cette hausse des salaires les rend particulièrement fébriles. Ils parlent déjà d'un désastre pour les 4 000 usines du pays et leurs quatre millions d'employés.Salaires décents ?Le modèle économique de la mode à bas coût repose sur les bas salaires des pays du Sud. Mais dans cette partie du monde, l'échelle des bas salaires est relativement ouverte. Au Vietnam ou au Cambodge, les salaires du textile sont deux à trois fois plus élevés qu'au Bangladesh.Pour décrocher son podium de numéro deux mondial du textile, derrière la Chine, le Bangladesh a écrasé les salaires des ouvrières du textile. Ils sont aujourd'hui parmi les plus bas au monde, juste au-dessus de ceux du Pakistan et du Myanmar. Leur revalorisation ne remettra pas en cause le modèle économique de la fast fashion, mais il implique des profits moindres pour les fournisseurs comme pour les donneurs d'ordre.Le labeur des forçats de la mode représente 10% des coûts des industriels bangladais et seulement 1% du prix final en magasin. Les grandes marques sont donc les mieux placées pour contribuer à la hausse des salaires.On voit mal qui peut contraindre ces marques, excepté leurs clients. S'ils se mobilisent en faveur des ouvriers bangladais, elles y seront fortement incitées. Mais contrairement à ce qu'il s'est passé il y a dix ans au moment de l'incendie du Rana Plaza, leur cause du moment n'a pas encore ému les consommateurs occidentaux.
“Fear has no power unless we let it control our actions. Confront it today, or tomorrow might be just another day of hesitation.” “Life is too short to let fear dictate our choices. The real tragedy is not in facing rejection or failure but in allowing fear to steal our opportunities for growth.”
#Ukraine: Tokyo POV: Confront PRC beyond nuclear weapons. Professor H.J. Mackinder, International Relations. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://global.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202311/10/WS654d873ea31090682a5ed7ac.html 1920
This week Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese travelled to China to meet with President Xi Jinping. Amongst the backdrop of warming relations between the two countries they represent, David Wroe speaks with ASPI executive director Justin Bass and new ASPI fellow Ami Bagia, who previously sat on the Biden-Harris Administration's National Security Council as the Director for Countering Foreign Malign Influence and Information Integrity within the Democracy and Human Rights Directorate. They speak about Australia's past and current relations with China, and the impact of official messaging. Daria Impiombato has a conversation with Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, the China reporter at Axios, and author of the weekly Axios China Newsletter. They discuss Bethany's new book "Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World" and explore Australia's role in the book. Mentioned in this episode: Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World - https://www.bethanyallenebrahimian.com/ Guests: Justin Bassi: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/justin-bassi Ami Bagia Daria Impiombato: https://www.aspi.org.au/bio/daria-impiombato Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian: https://www.axios.com/authors/baebrahimian Music: "Think Different" by Scott Holmes, licensed with permission from the Independent Music Licensing Collective - imlcollective.uk
P.M. Edition for Nov. 10. The costs of transitioning to green energy are getting higher. WSJ Pro reporter Luis Garcia says that's making decarbonization that much more daunting for executives. And investigative reporter Ben Foldy explains how the boom in private credit is raising new questions about the risks involved. Plus, David Cloud reports on how Israeli ground forces have fought their way into the heart of Gaza City. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
She found out her father is not actually her father! And now she wants to confront her family in a really big way at Thanksgiving!
Do You Know The Universal Laws? Have you ever felt like you were on a journey where sometimes things seem to work in your favor, while at other times, it's as if you're working against the flow? These are the 12 Universal Laws, the hidden forces that govern our existence and determine our level of success or failure. Let's explore them. The Law of Attraction: What you project into the universe, you attract. Positive thoughts and energy bring positive outcomes, while negativity can attract more of the same. The Law of Cause and Effect: Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The choices you make have consequences, whether good or bad. The Law of Compensation: You receive in proportion to what you give. The universe compensates you for your actions, so sow positivity and reap its rewards. The Law of Relativity: Everything is relative. Your experiences are shaped by how you perceive them. Challenges may seem daunting or manageable depending on your perspective. Understanding and harnessing these Universal Laws can be the key to turning the tides in your journey. So, do you know these laws, and are you ready to make them work for you? Get daily inspiration from our blog www.wayofwarrior.blog. Learn about our non profit work at www.likeitmatters.net/nonprofit. Check out our website www.LikeItMatters.Net. Be sure to Like and Follow us on our facebook page.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alors que les présidents de l'Assemblée nationale et du Sénat en France appellent à une grande marche le dimanche 12 novembre 2023, la montée des actes antisémites vient percuter en Italie une commémoration historique, celle des 80 ans de la grande rafle du ghetto de Rome en 1943. Cérémonies du souvenir dans une atmosphère particulièrement chargée. Reportage à Rome d'Olivier Bonnel. Et l'Allemagne n'est pas épargnée non plus. Un pays où l'on compte la deuxième communauté juive la plus importante après la France. Les incidents se sont multipliés et ils inquiètent fortement les autorités. À Berlin, Delphine Nerbollier.Comment parler du Hamas et de la guerre qui l'oppose à Israël sur la bande de Gaza. La question fait l'objet d'un débat aussi poussé que sérieux au Royaume-Uni. La chaîne publique d'information, la BBC, refuse en effet de qualifier le Hamas d'organisation terroriste, et préfère utiliser sur ses antennes une formulation plus longue qui est la suivante « le Hamas proscrit en tant que groupe terroriste par le gouvernement britannique et d'autres gouvernements ». À Londres, Marie Billon. L'eau plus que jamais richesse convoitée… en France, et en Bulgarie. À 300 kilomètres à l'est de Sofia, la petite ville d'Omurtag en sait quelque chose. Avec le dérèglement climatique, les pluies sont de plus en plus rares, si bien que la source qui alimentait la municipalité est en train de se tarir. Des années de galère pour les habitants et des autorités régionales qui brillent par leur incompétence pour résoudre le problème… Reportage sur place de Damian Vodenitcharov. Mayotte privée d'eauEt la question de l'approvisionnement en eau, c'est une préoccupation quotidienne à Mayotte, département le plus pauvre de France, situé dans l'océan Indien. Confrontés à la pire sécheresse depuis un quart de siècle, les restrictions sont drastiques : l'eau ne coule que quelques heures tous les trois jours, les habitants reçoivent désormais une bouteille d'un litre d'eau potable par jour. Bref, invivable pour les Mahorais, et pour le secteur économique. Mais pour Charles Henri Mandallaz, président l'Union des Métiers et des Industries de l'Hôtellerie, le changement climatique et la météo ne sont pas seuls coupables : il met en cause la gestion des infrastructures. Il est au micro de Jeanne Richard, de retour de Mayotte.
C'est d'abord le Canada et la Suisse qui ont mis en place le principe des malades imaginaires. Ces acteurs ou actrices rémunérés pour leur performance interviennent désormais aussi en France, dans le but d'améliorer la formation des jeunes médecins et de favoriser l'immersion lors de la pose de diagnostic ou de l'annonce d'une maladie grave. L'institut toulousain de simulation en santé, précurseur en la matière Depuis 8 ans, l'Itsims de Toulouse organise des castings afin de sélectionner des acteurs et des actrices d'âges variables. Ces intervenants rémunérés passent ensuite des journées entières à l'hôpital, au contact d'étudiants en médecine, jouant le rôle de patients. Mais ces patients sont bien différents des mannequins habituels. Ils parlent, interagissent, simulent une douleur ou un inconfort, se plaignent, bref, se conforment le plus possible au profil des patients réels que les futurs médecins vont devoir côtoyer. D'après le directeur de l'Institut formateur, le Pr Geeraerts, cette mise en situation immersive offre des résultats spectaculaires. Confrontés à leurs propres émotions face aux malades imaginaires, les étudiants se montrent bien plus impliqués dans le processus d'apprentissage, d'autant plus que les patients ne sont pas toujours coopératifs. Faire appel à des acteurs a un coût, largement mérité si l'on en croit les retours positifs sur le dispositif. Le Pr Geeraerts explique que les faux malades sont utilisés pour enseigner l'empathie aux futurs médecins lors de l'annonce d'une mauvaise nouvelle ou d'une complication. Ils sollicitent aussi l'esprit critique et observateur des étudiants, qui doivent interagir avec la personne leur faisant face plutôt que de simplement consulter un dossier ou apprendre un protocole par cœur. Cette démarche incite les étudiants à chercher par eux-mêmes les informations dont ils ont besoin, ce qui leur permet de mieux retenir ce qu'ils apprennent. Des faux patients pour les examens de médecine L'Institut toulousain de simulation en santé a élargi son offre, en sollicitant par exemple des personnes non issues du milieu du théâtre lors des examens de médecine. Les profils sont variés et permettent de mettre les candidats face à des personnes réelles, aux réactions parfois imprévisibles et aux symptômes aussi différents qu'une douleur dans le dos, des démangeaisons aux jambes ou des difficultés à se tenir debout. Dans tous les cas, les participants sont assurés du respect de leur intimité et gardent le droit de refuser l'auscultation médicale. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
World news is hard to watch. It's full of horror and tragedy, much of which is happening thousands and thousands of miles away. While these stories are difficult to consume, they can be easy to ignore as we imagine ourselves untouched by their devastation. But on this episode of The Russell Moore Show, human rights attorney Nury Turkel encourages Christians to understand the ways that they are, in fact, affected by issues like foreign policy and human rights violations across the ocean. Turkel, whose new memoir is titled No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs, serves on the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. Born in a Chinese reeducation camp in the fall of 1970, Turkel is an expert on the plight of the Uyghur people who continue to face tremendous oppression from the Chinese Communist Party, as well as the influence of China on the United States. On this episode, Turkel explains the factors at play in the modern-day genocide of the Uyghur people. He and Moore discuss the ways that America interacts with China, Chinese governmental resistance to Western ideology and religion, and the exploitation of the Uyghur people for products Americans consume. They discuss technology, artificial intelligence, and TikTok developments with serious ethical and mental health implications. And they share urgent, concrete opportunities to stand up against human rights abuses. Resources mentioned in this episode include: No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs by Nury Turkel United States Commission on International Religious Freedom “Chinese government is ‘at war with faith,' says U.S. envoy” by Lauren Monsen “13-ton shipment of human hair, likely from Chinese prisoners, seized” by Allison Gordon “The Uyghurs Forced to Process the World's Fish” by Ian Urbina “US accuses China of developing ‘brain control weaponry'” by Demetri Sevastopulo and Miles Kruppa “Wall Street Journal recently, an American billionaire who invested in ByteDance have been lobbying to silence our lawmakers from doing the right thing.” By John D. McKinnon and Stu Woo Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World Hardcover by Bethany Allen “In China's Crackdown on Muslims, Children Have Not Been Spared” by Amy Qin Do you have a question for Russell Moore? Send it to email@example.com. Click here for a trial membership at Christianity Today. “The Russell Moore Show” is a production of Christianity Today Executive Producers: Erik Petrik, Russell Moore, and Mike Cosper Host: Russell Moore Producer: Ashley Hales Associate Producers: Abby Perry and McKenzie Hill Director of Operations for CT Media: Matt Stevens Audio engineering by Dan Phelps Video producer: Abby Egan Theme Song: “Dusty Delta Day” by Lennon Hutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Imagine carrying a secret, a burden that weighs not just on your physical appearance but on your very soul. A secret that eats away at your confidence day by day. It's something that many of us can relate to in one way or another, whether it's professional or personal. Our guest today, Barb Betts, knows this struggle all too well. For over 20 years, she faced a challenge that she kept hidden behind a facade of shame and insecurity. But then, at 42, Barb made a courageous decision to stop hiding and living in the shadows of her insecurities. Today, she shares her incredible story and how to reclaim your confidence. After this Episode, You Will Be Able to ...Confront and conquer your fears. Stop hiding in the face of insecurities. Prioritize your happiness and authenticity.Join the Unstoppable Insiders Community and receive,Be the first to dive into transformational chapters available only for the Unstoppable Insiders Community. Access to a community of insiders willing to help and encourage you through life's challenges. Get the scoop on release dates, special events, and author Q&As to keep you in the loop at all times. Exclusive content, including workbooks, so you can take action and achieve your goalsBonuses to claim as we gear up for the big launchFree Resources: Thank you for taking the time to write a review and for sharing the podcast with your friends. To claim your free resources send a screenshot of your review to UnstoppableGritPodcast@DanielleCobo.com. We appreciate your support!Want to work with Danielle? Schedule your call today: https://bit.ly/3OnuLLOLet's Connect!https://linktr.ee/DanielleCobo?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=6e335959-4f63-4ce8-80f9-6da47fdf2895Join the Unstoppable Grit Podcast Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unstoppablegritpodcastcommunityUnstoppable Grit Podcast Guest Books: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-de49157c/list/3D49SAUIXALHD?ref_=cm_sw_r_apin_aipsflist_aipsfinfluencer-de49157c_NGJ7V5SQ3KXYMVRC8F8X&language=en_USAbout the guest: Barb Betts is a sought-after keynote speaker, seasoned real estate expert, passionate educator, and the CEO of The RECollective®, a thriving boutique brokerage in Southern California. As a real estate professional with over 20 years of experience, Barb has mastered the ever-changing real estate landscape and the balance of running a vibrant brokerage. Through her signature course, Real Estate By Relationship®, Barb educates business builders on the exact systems, processes, and knowledge necessary to succeed in any market.Barb has been featured in REALTOR® Magazine, RRC Residential Specialist Magazine, and has an award winning podcast, Real Estate By Relationship®.Connect with Barb Betts:WebsiteLinkedInInstagram FacebookRate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts
11.6.2023 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Biden must confront his Black problem; 2023 Election Night preview; Elijah McClain verdict It's election day eve. We will preview the races to watch and discuss how viable third parties can be. Working Families Party wants to omit Republicans on Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's city council. Does President Joe Biden have a race problem? A recent Axios article says yes. We'll dive into what the writers of that article pointed out with political Strategist L. Joy Williams and Terrance Woodbury, the Founding Partner of HIT Strategies. A Colorado jury acquits the third officer to stand trial for Elijah McClain's death. Donald Trump takes the stand in his New York fraud trial. And it's Caregiver Awareness Month. In tonight's Fit Win Live segment, what you need to know to prepare to care for your aging or ailing loved one. Download the Black Star Network app at http://www.blackstarnetwork.com! We're on iOS, AppleTV, Android, AndroidTV, Roku, FireTV, XBox and SamsungTV. The #BlackStarNetwork is a news reporting platform covered under Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is China's ascendance to world leadership an unstoppable force or a challenge we can overcome? Axios reporter Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian's recent book, Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World, looks to help answer that question. For several decades Chinese ascendancy has been supported by an astonishingly broad and deep portfolio of quiet coercion. The stories are breathtaking – Chinese-sponsored reporting in national newspapers and academia; the gagging of sports stars and huge Western brands; Hollywood self-censorship; utilisation of private companies for surveillance. Joining Allen-Ebrahimian in conversation is Intelligence Squared's Conor Boyle. If you'd like to hear the extended version of this conversation while supporting Intelligence Squared's mission to foster honest debate and compelling conversations, as well as being able to enjoy exclusive bonus content, early access and much more, become a supporter of Intelligence Squared. Just visit: https://www.intelligencesquared.com/membership Or to be the first the find out about upcoming events like our talks with Gillian Tett and more, sign up to the newsletter at: https://www.intelligencesquared.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lisa is joined by James Sweigert to talk about his book, If You Say So: My Story and How I Changed It To Save My Life.James Sweigert's childhood was challenging, to say the least. The youngest of seven, his family was shattered when his father left just after he was born, and his mother later married another man with five children of his own. James struggled to be seen and stay safe amid the chaos, eventually turning to drugs and alcohol to cope. This self-destructive pattern continued until he changed his story—and his life. Today James is a successful executive producer and director in film and television and coaches many creative executives and celebrities in Hollywood. He has built, run and sold several multi-million dollar, award winning production companies in Hollywood. He writes about a key truth: the way you conceptualize your life—the story you tell yourself—makes it what it is. If you say so.BOOK DESCRIPTION:n If You Say So, James Sweigert, mentor and coach to many celebrities, rockstars, and movie executives, writes about a key truth: the way you conceptualize your life— the story you tell yourself—makes it what it is. If you say so.James Sweigert is a successful film producer and director, with a loving partner, a close community, and an incredible dog. But things weren't always so rosy. Physical abuse, alcoholism, drugs, and even homelessness were once core elements of his story.When he changed his story, he found he could change the outcome. In his first book, he uses a powerful extended metaphor: a steam locomotive. Productivity, fulfillment, and happiness become part of your journey when your train is running properly.In this book, you'll learn how to:Confront the false stories you've been telling yourselfCreate a new storyBecome Happier, Successful and FulfilledGet ready to have your own “Life Cheerleader” in James, to help you change your story and transform your life.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5948889/advertisement
In this episode of True Crime Daily The Sidebar Podcast: Mark Eiglarsh, who served as Scot Peterson's defense attorney, joins host Joshua Ritter to discuss the trial that led to the officer's acquittal on all counts. Tweet your questions for future episodes to Joshua Ritter using the hashtag #TCDSidebar. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
At some point, just about everyone suffers from a case of insecurity. In fact, one review suggests that up to 82% of people may experience feeling like they don't deserve their success and are going to be exposed as a fraud. It's called imposter syndrome, and in this episode, we talk about the symptoms, why it's so common, and strategies to overcome it. Join us to discover why people who feel like imposters are typically legitimately successful, the truth every professional can fall back on when they feel their confidence waning, and three solid strategies you can use to combat feelings of insecurity. Be sure to check out the show notes at staypaidpodcast.com for a complete summary and additional details not included in the episode. Connect | Resources You can get free resources, including e-books, printables, and lead magnets to attract new leads, by visiting our Resource Library. 0:00 Introduction 0:51 Imposter syndrome defined 2:33 Experiences of imposter syndrome 3:03 Success can instigate imposter syndrome 4:05 Tom Brady | Humility can calm you 5:01 Symptoms of imposter syndrome 6:09 Luke confronts his vulnerability 7:09 You still know more than your clients 8:03 Practice is the antidote to insecurity 9:10 Tip 1: Challenge and share your negative thoughts 10:54 Tip 2: Focus on your strengths 11:43 Winners strive for more 14:17 Tip 3: Surround yourself with supportive people 14:43 Tip 4: Get a therapist/coach/mentor 19:30 Action Item What is imposter syndrome and how can you combat it?
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When you're a leader, you know that there are times you have to confront a colleague, maybe a higher up, maybe someone who is working for you. You have to tell them what you expect. You have to tell them of maybe certain behavior that shouldn't have been done, certain work was done in such a way that damages the company's reputation, or certain work was not done. And you have to communicate with this person and how that is not going to happen again, on how to improve things, on what you can expect from them moving on. So there are a lot of ways to confront it. But let's talk about things that you should never do first when you confront a colleague or a coworker. Number one, never, ever abdicate the responsibility. What does this mean? It means that you imagined the problem is just going to go away without doing anything, without even confronting the person. You just tell the person you know, that's just wrong. Don't do that again. That's not going to solve the problem. Second way not to confront is you confront emotions high. So if the mistake is fresh, if your emotions are still stirred, do not go to the person, because chances are you're going to say things out of anger. When you see things out of anger, things always sound at least 8 to 10 times worse than they should. And when things sound worse than they should, the receiving party will close their hearts and minds towards you. Third, the wrong way on how not to confront others is you're too relationally concerned, meaning you're more concerned about your relationship with the person, whether it's personal or it's work. You don't want to damage the relationship. You don't want to put even a small, tiny dent on the relationship. Fourth mistake in confrontation. When you go blunt. So you're not angry, emotions are not high, tensions are not high, but maybe you don't like this person too much. Maybe you don't have a deep relationship with this person. And then you go to that meeting, you sit down and you go straight to the point, and you do it without any tact or swab. You're like, this is what you did. I don't like it. You got to improve, right? What is the best way to confront other people? The best way is first and foremost, you schedule the meeting. Tell the person, "Hey, I want to have a one on one conversation with you." Maybe you can open up the meeting with a one on one meeting with the three W's. What are your wins for this week? And then they proceed to share that with you. Secondly, what are things that you're worried about? And then lastly, what are things that you're wondering about that we can do that we can improve? And lastly, when you close the meeting, make sure you're so clear in your expectations. You tell them that, "Okay, so from here on out can I expect that this is going to be the result? Can I expect that you will always follow this certain procedure in order to be able to achieve this result? Can I expect that you're going to be learning from this and evaluating the mistake, and that you're going to be teaching others what you learned also, so that they will be able to avoid that mistake? Be very clear on what you expect from them. If you're not clear, you might as well throw that entire confrontation out the window. And confronting others is always uncomfortable on both ends- on the one being confronted and from the confronting party. Make every confrontation count. Be crystal clear on your expectations before you end the meeting. --- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack Youtube: leadme.ph/youtube TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@leadershipstack Leadership Stack Merch: https://leadershipstack.com/shop/
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to effortlessly handle difficult conversations while others shy away from confrontation? As Melissa shares this week, some people are “high confront”, meaning they tackle challenges head on, which can be an incredibly useful trait to have when owning and running a firm. If the idea of confrontation currently makes you want to run and hide, you need to listen in to this episode. Melissa shares the importance of being clear and kind, and how you can work on being more high confront in a way that suits you. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.velocitywork.com/228
Today's guest brings a decade plus of experience in criminal justice policy reform to the San Francisco Public Defender Office. Hunter spoke with Angela Chan, Chief of Confront and Advocate, the policy branch of the SF Public Defender Office. In most places, District Attorneys operate by themselves in the policy world, and that is part of the reason that our society is awash with their policy preferences. In San Francisco however, Brooke Jenkins must compete with the powerful voice of Angela, Mano, and the rest of the policy centric branches of the San Francisco Public Defender. Guests: Angela Chan, Chief of Confront and Advocate, San Francisco Public Defender's Office Resources: SF Public Defender Office Hires Angela Chan https://sfpublicdefender.org/news/2022/02/san-francisco-public-defender-announces-the-hiring-of-angela-chan-long-time-immigrant-advocate-for-the-asian-law-caucus/ SF Public Defender Office https://sfpublicdefender.org/ Brooke Jenkins Blames Judges for Crisis https://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/jenkins-blames-judges-for-fueling-sf-drug-crisis-18279532.php SF Public Defender Twitter https://twitter.com/sfdefender?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Brooke Jenkins Misconduct https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/brooke-jenkins-misconduct-18338499.php Contact Hunter Parnell: Publicdefenseless@gmail.com Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com Subscribe to the Patron www.patreon.com/PublicDefenselessPodcast Donate on PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=5KW7WMJWEXTAJ Donate on Stripe https://donate.stripe.com/7sI01tb2v3dwaM8cMN
America is facing the most crises since World War II, according to former US Defense Secretary Bob Gates. None can be solved; all could spiral into something much worse: the war in the Middle East; China and Russia's growing military and economic collaboration; a malicious Iran; the unhinged leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un; and a massive spread of doctored or wholly fake videos to manipulate world news and opinion. As a Christian, what can you do in the face of such pressing crises? Author: Jim Denison, PhD Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe Read The Daily Article: https://www.denisonforum.org/daily-article/are-we-facing-the-most-crises-since-world-war-ii/
In this masterclass, I'll discuss the critical concept of confronting our own mortality and how it can drive us to live with a greater sense of urgency and purpose. Often, we tolerate discomfort or rationalize our situations, which hinders personal growth. By acknowledging our limited time on Earth and the unpredictability of life, we can be inspired to live with more urgency and purpose. Take 50 Cent's story as an example – surviving a near-death experience ignited his drive to make the most of his time, but you don't need a close call to adopt this mindset. Avoid rationalization and embrace the idea that life is short; it can motivate you to make positive changes in your life. Show notes: [07:01]#1 Where you are, where we all are, is the space that we're comfortable with. [13:35]#2 Don't rationalize, take action to change circumstances. [31:23]#3 Confront your mortality, the fact that one day you will die. [35:52]Recap Episodes Mentioned: 2146: Your “Unacceptable” List 2122: How To Identify & Eliminate The Unacceptable 2668: What Standards Are Your Willing To Set? 2097: Standards STILL Matter 1974: Standards: The Enemy Of Mediocrity 1331: Never Lower The Bar Of Standards Next Steps: Text Dre Baldwin: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) Work On Your Game University (Coaching & Courses): http://www.WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE FREE Training - 6 Figure Earners Who Want To Reach 7 Figures: http://www.WorkOnYourGame.net Facebook Business Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6figuresandgrowing/ Get Dre's Emails: Http://WorkOnMyGame.com Free Audiobooks: The Third Day: http://www.ThirdDayBook.com/audible The Mirror Of Motivation: http://www.MirrorOfMotivation.com/audible Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free Donate: CashApp: http://Cash.app/$DreBaldwin PayPal: http://PayPal.me/DreAllDay Be sure to Subscribe to have each new episode sent directly to you daily! If you're enjoying Work On Your Game, please Review the show and let us know! Dre on social media: Instagram [http://instagram.com/DreBaldwin] Facebook [http://Facebook.com/WorkOnYourGame] Twitter [http://Twitter.com/DreAllDay] YouTube [http://youtube.com/dreupt] All Episodes + FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com Sponsor: AG1 by Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/WorkOnYourGame http://drinkAG1.com/WORKONYOURGAME Sponsor: AquaTru - $100 Any Purifying Filter Http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/AT Sponsor: STASH Investments - start with $5!! http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/stash Sponsor: GoPuff - $15 Off Your First 3 Orders http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/gopuff
A video shows a naked man being attacked by parents at a JCPenney store near Seattle after he allegedly attempted to inappropriately touch their children. Pags breaks that story down and gives his thoughts. PLUS...Joe breaks it all down with LTC Jeffrey Addicott on what's happening in Israel