On today's minisode, I'm talking about why our minds work in the same way as the Instagram algorithm.If we watch a reel of a cute puppy, the algorithm will serve us up more reels of cute puppies. And if we keep watching reels of cute puppies, then we're guaranteed to see more and more of them in our feeds. It's the same with our minds. Whatever it is that we place our attention on, we will find more of in life. Constantly thinking about how shit the world is? Expect to see more things that prove it to you. Constantly thinking about how fabulous the world is? Then you can expect your brain to find more things to feel fabulous about.It's so simple. Place your attention on the things you want, take your attention off the things you don't want, and watch your life change for the better.Support the show Book a FREE 30 minute coaching 'taster' session HERE: https://calendly.com/lucymeggeson/30minute Fancy getting your hands on my FREE PDF 'The Top 10 Most Irritating Questions That Single People Get Asked On The Regular...& How To (Devilishly) Respond'? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.com Interested in my 1-1 Coaching? Work with me HERE: https://www.lucymeggeson.com/workwithme Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=share Follow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimagined Follow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggeson Follow me on LinkedIn: Lucy Meggeson Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org And thank you so much for listening!!!
It's important to fine-tune a product by collecting post-purchase data and reading every testimonial, including one-star reviews. In this episode, Jordan West and Steve Wasik, CEO of Vktry Gear, discuss the company's impact, customer experience strategies, and the challenges of scaling business. They also delve into topics such as social media marketing, customer satisfaction, and the importance of understanding your audience. Listen and learn in this episode!Key takeaways from this episode:Consider bringing customer service in-house for better customer interaction and feedback, ultimately enhancing the customer experience.Focus on generating cash, taking care of your team, and understanding the customer as top priorities.Embrace an underdog mentality, be bold and creative, and take risks in branding to stand out as a challenger brand.Use a mix of entertaining and educational content to engage customers and leverage influencer partnerships for brand promotion.Stay informed about developments in social media platforms, such as the impact of TikTok shops on influencer marketing, and adapt strategies accordingly.Constantly find new products for upselling and focus on growing an email database to engage and retain customers.Recommended App/Tool:Hot Jar: https://www.hotjar.com/Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/Recommended Book:Eating The Big Fish: https://www.eatbigfish.com/books/eating-the-big-fishToday's Guest:Steve Wasik, CEO of Vktry Gear is a courageous leader, specializing in strategically and creatively building strong Consumer Product organizations and driving record level sales growth & profitability. Award-winning, strategic marketer adept at directing agencies and creatively building winning brands. Able to hit the ground running as evidenced by accomplishments across diverse Consumer Product categories.Connect and learn more about Steve and Vktry Gear:Website: https://vktrygear.com/?view=sl-4FE65C04LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephenwasik/Improve your gross margins by up to 40%! Why Portless? Direct Shipping: From China to customers in just 6-8 days Domestic Feel: Custom packaging, local tracking from carriers Cost-Effective: Slash those cargo shipping and customs fees Cash Flow Positive: No more tied-up cash flow in inventory. Relieve yourself of frozen cash within a couple of days. Be Q4 Ready! Check out Portless for seamless fulfillment solutions, free sample product here: https://bit.ly/3SzOi0Z Get 5 Offers for 2 Products (10 in total) along with 10 highly engaging tried and true creatives, 30 captivating headlines, descriptions, and ad texts sent to you for only $99. Go to https://www.upgrowthcommerce.com/offer and order now - this offer is only available for a limited time.We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast
Just days before the release of her latest novel, The Vaster Wilds (Riverhead Books, 2023), three-time National Book Award Finalist and The New York Times-bestselling author Lauren Groff sat down to talk to critic Laura McGrath and host Sarah Wasserman. Although Groff admits that she wants “each subsequent book to destroy the one” that came before, writing is always for her an endeavor of focus, ritual, and most of all, love. Whether they retell foundational myths about the nation, as in The Vaster Wilds, or rethink the relationship between faith, nature, and desire, as does Matrix, Groff puts love for her characters, for the planet, and for the process of writing at the center of all her fiction. She discusses an anticipated triptych of novels beginning with Matrix and continuing with The Vaster Wilds that covers 1,000 years of women, religion, and planetary crisis and care. The Vaster Wilds tells a kind of anti-captivity narrative as it follows a servant girl who has escaped from a colonial settlement in 1609. The novel asks what it means to love the wilderness even when it is hostile to human survival. Groff and McGrath explore how the novel offers a cautionary tale about the intertwined ills of colonialism and climate change without shame or condescension. Constantly rearranging “the detritus of the actual world” into stories of faith and love and care, Groff relies on the rituals of daily life to discover the formal architectures of fiction. Mentioned in this episode By Lauren Groff: The Vaster Wilds (2023) Matrix (2021) Florida (2018) Fates and Furies (2015) Arcadia (2011) The Monsters of Templeton (2008) Also mentioned: William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair Joseph Stromberg, Smithsonian Magazine article on the Jamestown Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe John Williams, Stoner Kate Marshall, Novels by Aliens Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
Just days before the release of her latest novel, The Vaster Wilds (Riverhead Books, 2023), three-time National Book Award Finalist and The New York Times-bestselling author Lauren Groff sat down to talk to critic Laura McGrath and host Sarah Wasserman. Although Groff admits that she wants “each subsequent book to destroy the one” that came before, writing is always for her an endeavor of focus, ritual, and most of all, love. Whether they retell foundational myths about the nation, as in The Vaster Wilds, or rethink the relationship between faith, nature, and desire, as does Matrix, Groff puts love for her characters, for the planet, and for the process of writing at the center of all her fiction. She discusses an anticipated triptych of novels beginning with Matrix and continuing with The Vaster Wilds that covers 1,000 years of women, religion, and planetary crisis and care. The Vaster Wilds tells a kind of anti-captivity narrative as it follows a servant girl who has escaped from a colonial settlement in 1609. The novel asks what it means to love the wilderness even when it is hostile to human survival. Groff and McGrath explore how the novel offers a cautionary tale about the intertwined ills of colonialism and climate change without shame or condescension. Constantly rearranging “the detritus of the actual world” into stories of faith and love and care, Groff relies on the rituals of daily life to discover the formal architectures of fiction. Mentioned in this episode By Lauren Groff: The Vaster Wilds (2023) Matrix (2021) Florida (2018) Fates and Furies (2015) Arcadia (2011) The Monsters of Templeton (2008) Also mentioned: William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair Joseph Stromberg, Smithsonian Magazine article on the Jamestown Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe John Williams, Stoner Kate Marshall, Novels by Aliens Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
In Today's Episode of the podcast, you'll learn how to craft photography goals that stick and transform your photography. You'll get insights into setting specific, achievable goals, overcoming challenges, and growing within a supportive community. The Big Ideas:- Define your areas for growth and set specific, achievable photography goals to improve your skills.- Apply the SMART criteria (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound) to set epic goals.- Surround yourself with other photographers to share experiences and grow together.- Plan rewards and celebrations for reaching photography milestones.- Constantly check in with your photography goals and set new ones to keep the momentum going.Connect with the Beginner Photography Podcast! Join the free Beginner Photography Podcast Community at https://beginnerphotopod.com/group Send in your Photo Questions to get answered on the show - https://beginnerphotopod.com/qa Grab your free camera setting cheatsheet - https://perfectcamerasettings.com/ Thanks for listening & keep shooting!
Just days before the release of her latest novel, The Vaster Wilds (Riverhead Books, 2023), three-time National Book Award Finalist and The New York Times-bestselling author Lauren Groff sat down to talk to critic Laura McGrath and host Sarah Wasserman. Although Groff admits that she wants “each subsequent book to destroy the one” that came before, writing is always for her an endeavor of focus, ritual, and most of all, love. Whether they retell foundational myths about the nation, as in The Vaster Wilds, or rethink the relationship between faith, nature, and desire, as does Matrix, Groff puts love for her characters, for the planet, and for the process of writing at the center of all her fiction. She discusses an anticipated triptych of novels beginning with Matrix and continuing with The Vaster Wilds that covers 1,000 years of women, religion, and planetary crisis and care. The Vaster Wilds tells a kind of anti-captivity narrative as it follows a servant girl who has escaped from a colonial settlement in 1609. The novel asks what it means to love the wilderness even when it is hostile to human survival. Groff and McGrath explore how the novel offers a cautionary tale about the intertwined ills of colonialism and climate change without shame or condescension. Constantly rearranging “the detritus of the actual world” into stories of faith and love and care, Groff relies on the rituals of daily life to discover the formal architectures of fiction. Mentioned in this episode By Lauren Groff: The Vaster Wilds (2023) Matrix (2021) Florida (2018) Fates and Furies (2015) Arcadia (2011) The Monsters of Templeton (2008) Also mentioned: William Makepeace Thackeray, Vanity Fair Joseph Stromberg, Smithsonian Magazine article on the Jamestown Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe John Williams, Stoner Kate Marshall, Novels by Aliens Find out more about Novel Dialogue and its hosts and organizers here. Contact us, get that exact quote from a transcript, and explore many more conversations between novelists and critics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Coach vs. Influencer…which one are you? Two incredibly lucrative careers… but neither of them are right for everyone! This is part one of a series where I'll dive in to the pros and cons of coaching vs. influencing. I've got a unique perspective on both industries.. because I've been both! I've worked with brands as an influencer and worked in the industry for 6 years doing sales. Later, I built a successful online coaching business, which I still do today. I witnessed the extravagance of influencing and the bureaucracy of brand deals. Coaching gave me insight into new pathways to monetize without third parties and how to really use your zone of genius. Now, I want to share exactly why I chose this route, why I don't desire to be an influencer, and my POV on the ultimate question - can you do both? In Part 1, a non-sugar-coated summary will enter your ears. You'll get a real BTS look into the life of a coach. Part 2 (coming out next week) will focus on the life of an influencer. In this episode, I discuss: How coaching allows you to make your own rules Building a flex business that evolves with you The limitless revenue streams of coaching The overwhelming learning curve that you may be navigating alone Constantly investing because the coaching industry over-emphasizes financial success How to know if coaching is the path for you Want to send a voice note to the podcast and have Chelsea answer you on air? Do so HERE. Full Transcript HERE Connect with me: Website 1:1 Coaching Mic Drop Instagram Slight Turbulence Substack Want to launch a podcast? Grab my FREE cheat sheet right HERE. Don't forget to rate, review, and share in the group text. This podcast is free and ratings/reviews and shares are our currency. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-my-non-expert-opinion/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-my-non-expert-opinion/support
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“What the Experts Say Psychologist Jenny Taitz sees singledom as a chance to figure out what you want from life. The extra time you have compared to people in relationships allows you to understand what you want and value. While you might think that people in relationships can do all that to understand themselves and pursue their dreams, the reality is that whatever they do in life has to consider someone else's needs. You cannot fully understand your values while being influenced by someone you spend all your time with. Your principles and needs will always be skewed to accommodate your partner while in a relationship. So, being single is the best way to make time for yourself. You can be who you want to be, build your dream life free of constraints. Want to go to boozy brunch with friends? No one is stopping you. Want to take a year to travel the world? You don't have to ask for permission. Be single and go live your best life!” “1. Singles Have More Time For Themselves Being in a committed relationship takes time—a lot of it. Constantly having to slot in some couple time can be tiring and can stop you from building the life of your dreams. Imagine trying to pursue a dream while in a relationship. While it's not impossible, it sure requires a lot more sacrifice when you have someone else's needs to consider. Say you want to travel, move to another city because of career opportunities, or otherwise follow your dreams. You can't expect your partner to give up their dreams to follow you worldwide. Thus, all your dreams will have to either be kept on hold or pursued with half-measures. Relationship expert Niloo Dardashti, Psy.D., explains that people committed to a relationship tend to stop doing things independently. People in couples usually lose touch with themselves because they have less time to focus on personal development. She explains that being alone makes you more self-sufficient, more willing to “roll with the punches” and take on whatever life throws at them. When your life is wholly yours, you are more likely to take risks and pursue whatever dreams you have.” -Lakeisha Ethans --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antonio-myers4/support
What is up everyone I'm your host coach joe strong here to bring you another great episode of the business of strength podcast. Where you can hear the interviews, tips, and tools to turn your passion for strength into a profitable business. Don't forget our annual Next LIVE two-day workshop here at Varsity House is Nov 30 – Dec 1. We will give you a bird's eye view of our business from the bottom up. Leave with a blueprint for success and clarity on your next steps. Register at businessofstrength.com In this episode I'm talking to renowned strength coach Tim Caron formally from Army…Now with his own brand in the private sector Allegiate Gyms. Coach Tim drops some serious knowledge on how to create an amazing product so good your customers NEVER want to leave. Some topics include… Making the jump from college to private sector coach How to create an amazing product Constantly sampling the “food” How are you grading your coaches The future plans for Tim's gym brand Managing a personal brand outside your business What's coming from Tim and Allegiate. Let's get it dialed in! Coach Joe
Don't get me wrong. The referees weren't good today. But Texans' DBs were CONSTANTLY chasing Jaguars wide receivers, while their defense was unable to generate pressure on Trevor Lawrence. Add in a backup kicker...and fine, spotty officiating...and the Texans now find themselves firmly out of the running for an AFC South crown.
In this podcast, we speak about the perspective of being a “bad muslim”. Is there a such thing? Or is there a difference between someone who struggles with their deen vs. one who rejects it. We bring up the way sin and being a slave to our desires deludes us from the straight path and how we as mankind have destroyed religion time and time again but Islam has come to fix that. The perfection of Islam stands far above the imperfection of mankind, which cannot be said for any other faith. Let us know if you enjoy this episode and leave suggestions for us for future podcasts in the comments! JOIN THE DISCORD:https://discord.gg/xUdqnuDY6w SUPPORT US! https://www.launchgood.com/campaign/support_the_spread_of_islam_with_deentour#!/ FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deentourr/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@deentourr Timeline: Intro - 0:00 Are we bad because we sin? - 0:30 We transgress against ourselves not Allah - 2:30 Is there a such thing as a bad muslim? - 3:12 Everyone has a way of life - 4:00 The connection with God is straight forward in Islam - 6:05 Allah is the knower of the unseen - 7:10 Mankind has deluded religion - 8:45 Being a slave to your own desires - 9:53 Islam came to fix mankind - 11:58 Why are good people's deeds worthless? - 13:50 Chasing the dunya - 14:45 Constantly reminding yourself of death - 15:47 Bad muslims - 18:47 What Islam teaches - 19:58 The state of mankind - 22:25 We do wrong to ourselves.. - 23:47 You still do good even when struggling with sin - 25:33 Can we trust ourselves if we don't have Allah? - 27:40 The deceiption of shaytan - 28:55 Why you adhere to the Quran and Sunnah - 29:35 Are you a Muslim by name? - 30:15 You want to delay your responsibilities to God? - 31:50 Does religion limit us? - 33:21 Society is becoming Godless - 34:36 Outro - 36:21
As we approach the holidays, I want to share the transformative power of embracing gratitude early on. Six years ago, I faced serious health issues due to my relentless pursuit of success, influenced by the toxic hustle culture. Constantly pushing myself without celebrating victories took a toll on my well-being, leading to burnouts, panic attacks, and autoimmune issues.I've learned that the key to a healthier, more fulfilling life lies in gratitude. Shifting my mindset about success and adopting a positive outlook has been a game-changer. If you find yourself grappling with mindset shifts, I'm here to help. Simply text "YouTube" to 210-794-9898 for a direct connection. Remember, you're not alone on this journey, and seeking support is a courageous step toward positive transformation.Watch the full episode here.https://youtu.be/FkT4WtEmkEE▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬Announcement:
Born into the Apache Nation in the early 19th Century, the man who would become known as Geronimo would spend the next 79 years establishing himself as one of the most infamous and well know Native American to this day. Living in a time of when the Apache of southwestern North America were being invaded by both Mexico and the United States, Geronimo chose to fight for his people's rights to be free on the land his ancestors had lived for countless generation before. A life of tragedy, brutality, betrayal, and defiance defined most of Geronimo's life. Constantly hunted and captured multiple times only to escape and start over again, come join us as we explore the incredible story of Geronimo.
(00:00) Intro (5:54) Drug scheduling (8:47) How it got in the market (12:53) China (15:33) Whose at fault? (25:14) Constantly changing (30:30) Money (23:36) Asymmetrical warfare Chief joins the show to talk about the fentanyl wars. We get into the international fentanyl drug trade scene, how it found its way in to the market, the intricacies of asymmetrical warfare, and more.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/thedogwalk
Today is a ‘turn up and record' episode where I don't have any plans, and just share what comes. I talk about my experience of anxiety and how yesterday highlighted how far I had come. I cover:* Facing the uncomfortable is the way through* The brutality of Freegle Swap Shops* Finding spontaneity again after years of over-controlling everything* Moving anxiety from driver to passenger in the car of your life* The issue with constantly doing and being busyContact/support me here:Send me a voice note Follow my blog on SubstackEmail me: email@example.comBuy Me A TeaThank you for reading The Missing Peace. This post is public so feel free to share it :) This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit missingpeace.substack.com
My right hand on all things PR/Brand Building, Megan Maguire, is back on the show for the third time and this time we're talking all things brand building - what worked in 2023, the evolution of PR, observations from the year, the importance of leaning in to seasons, editing your life/brand and then get into what we're excited to bring in to 2024 as well as some predictions. If you want to learn more about Megan's backstory, here is her first episode on AI: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4STVfMby2JI3Cf3x05smFP?si=f312938c4f87445cSarah Madaus episode we reference: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4kpoIm2TsqfXhdyJrWPuMM?si=5ac48fd0f9404e1aLink to Nude Nation (PR/brand building agency): https://www.nudenationrelations.com/Link to Sophie's IG: https://www.instagram.com/sophieiweill/Link to Sophie's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sophieiweill Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
MOD episodes have no shelf-life or expiration date. Our focus is principled so each episode reflects the immediate stability of our Present State of Knowing Awareness along with the unstable impressions that are the manifestation of ever-changing obsessive thoughts.Sobriety is recovery from the insanity of symptomatic compulsive behaviors. Emotional sobriety is the sane dissolution of the mental dis-ease of obsessive thinking that is central to all addictive behaviors. Honestly facing the induced nature of insanity dissolves the haunting images and their effects only thought to be true - thus we think it is all we can do. Recovery from any compulsion lays bare other compulsions. Any relief from one compulsion serves notice of others. Compulsions, one and all, are trying to escape the seemingly interminable nature of obsessive thoughts. The dis-easiness, discomfort, and disturbance of obsessive thoughts is the primary addiction to reactive, impulsive, and compulsive behaviors. Obsessive mental attachment is not a curse or accident. It is a repulsive mental “gag reflex or knee-jerk” automated reaction to the misuse of thinking that thinking is reality rather than imagined. Problems with belief, expectations, judgments, and a host of other social ailments and relational conflicts result from this preoccupation with thinking that has no basis in reality.It is not a coincidence that trying to feel better is common. Asking what is worse that we want to feel better than is uncommon. Common sense becomes uncommon within this reversed order of thought. Addiction attempts to turn impossibility into possibility, false into truth, and fantasy into reality. Aptly named mental and physical disorders are also reflections of these backward unhealthy attachments. Trying to chronically feel better by avoiding what is worse ignores and reinforces what is mentally wrong. Constantly refilling a tire with air would be ridiculous if fixing the leak was possible. It is no different with obsessive, addictive, attachment to thinking. Honesty can only come from the experience we each have. While anyone can think they think they can tell us what or how to do what we do - they Av not and do not. It is our prerogative to think as we do by choosing thoughts and getting exactly what we have - regardless of what we think we're thinking.Facing thought honestly as the cause of honestly dissolves obsessive problems rather than acting mentally defective trying to prove inner conflict will surrender as we continue to maintain it.Carry on. .firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we are talking about Productivity Strategy #3 to Stick with Your Calendar Time Blocks, which is to Enable Smooth Transitions. Imagine finishing a marathon and then immediately playing a local soccer game with your buddies. That's a horrible transition. Your body will ache and walking alone will be a challenge. When stuffing activities in your time blocks, consider how you will transition from one activity to the next. Writing a proposal makes it easier to then transition into email outreach than create a client video. We must perform our tasks, but how we order our tasks impacts our ability to get more done in less time. Perform all of your prospecting tasks within the same time block and perform non-prospecting tasks within different time blocks. Constantly bouncing around from one frame of mind to the other will hurt your productivity and create friction within your workflow. Rather than bounce around throughout the day, group your tasks based on similarities. This productivity strategy will create smoother transitions within your workflow. Tune in tomorrow for Productivity Strategy #4. For information on time blocking, check out an article I wrote by going to https://bit.ly/Time_Blocking. Subscribe to my high-value proven business success tips and resources Blog (https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) Want more from The Accountability Coach™, subscribe to more high-value content by looking for me on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ and on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries, or by going to https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/accountabilitycoach.com/id290547573. Go to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com to check out for yourself how I, as your Accountability Coach™, can help you get and stay focused on you highest payoff activities that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your professional and personal goals, so you can enjoy the kind of business and life you truly want and deserve. I'm the author of many books, including, Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, The Guide to Stopping Procrastination, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne BachrachThe Accountability Coach™
Ryan Maguire -is an extreme athlete and ancestral skills instructor, focused on living and thriving in the outdoors. Ryan is well-versed in survival skills and extreme outdoor living, having experienced living in every climate type of North America. Constantly pushing physical and psychological boundaries, Ryan has traveled long-distance, remote wilderness trips barefoot through every type of terrain, including snowy glaciers. He is a hybrid athlete that competes on the national stage, while also making time to frequently undertake ultra-distance solo trips, consistently spending consecutive long days running with minimal gear, food, and water. Ryan's escapades have led him to live in rocky mountain caves during the Winter, desert canyons in the Summer, and everywhere in between. Ryan is the host of the podcast "Who the WYLD Things Are" and owns the outdoor adventure company @WYLD_RYDE_OUTDOORS. Tune in as Ryan Maguire joins Bobby Marshall in studio to discuss wilderness survival, bushcraft, Colorado, life lessons, wildfires, obstacle course racing, life lessons, mountain life, and so much more. Please subscribe or like us on social media platforms for updates on shows, events, and episode drops.www.themountainsidepodcast.comSponsor Links:www.JockoFuel.comMountain Side listeners receive 10% off all Jocko Fuel products! Use Code TMS10 to save. www.ONNIT.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off ONNIT products! www.OriginMaine.comMountain Side listeners receive 10% off Origin & Jocko Fuel products! Use Code TMS10 to save. Other Affiliates Links
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This week's listener question: I'm all for snacking, but it's every 10 minutes. Already high protein snacks. Thoughts? Join Very Good Mothers Club to be a part of our community and join our live monthly calls (4th Tuesday of every month)! Email your questions to email@example.com Book a 1:1 coaching session with Layne HERE
Our conversation today is a fusion of spirituality and entrepreneurship. We will discuss personal insights on how spirituality can guide career decisions, practical tips for staying true to one's values amidst business challenges, and daily practices for grounding and resilience. Podcast: @NSFCPodcast Host: Re'nold Kent @RenoldKent Cohost: Tabitha Brown @iamtabithabrown The episode is brought to by the people for THE PEOPLE. Also Thanks to our partners at Crossfit Social City @cf_socialcity, 103 Yoga, Dirt and Glitter, MT, and Avilaimage! Please Subscribe and Share | Give & Recieve Venmo: @NSFCPodcast | Cash App $NSFCPodcast | Paypal.com/paypalme/NSFCPodcast
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast I'm joined by Michael Bungay Stanier, #1 thought leader and keynote speaker on leadership and coaching to talk about his book, How to Work with ‘Almost' Anyone.
Lt. Col. Jess Langerud, '96, on his path to Gustavus and its nursing major, and from there to nursing and medical-related work in both the civilian and military (U.S. Army) sectors, the nature of his work and what he loves about it—including a major project with Poland's military and his newest position as commander of an Army Reserves civil affairs battalion—the ongoing value of his Gustavus education, and his advice for leading a rewarding professional life.
David Garcia is a coach and coach educator in the US. He undertook his formal training as part of the Spanish F.AShow notesDavid Garcia's Journey to a New Perspective on Football CoachingDavid Garcia's journey to a new perspective on football coaching began when he moved to Spain to pursue his Uefa licensing. He was struck by the way players were treated with more respect for their intelligence of the game and the more holistic approach to training. Through his blog and coaching career, he has developed a new perspective that emphasizes the link between technical and tactical aspects of the game, which he learned through his Uefa courses in Spain.Understanding the Connection between Game Situations and Technical SkillsDavid Garcia suggests that coaches should focus on understanding game situations and intentions when developing technical skills in players. By observing how players solve problems in game situations, coaches can provide opportunities for them to improve their skills accordingly. Garcia also recommends asking players about their intentions in certain situations to differentiate between poor decision making and poor technique.Integrating Tactical Challenges into TrainingMichael asks David how to create training drills that incorporate tactical challenges while still maintaining the integrity of the technique. David acknowledges the difficulty of recreating game situations in training but suggests using small-sided games and variable practice to simulate game-like scenarios.Designing Training ActivitiesDavid Garcia describes his approach to designing training activities, which involves creating specific game situations and manipulating various constraints to encourage certain player interactions and combinations. He emphasizes the importance of starting with a clear goal and working backwards to create the necessary conditions for that goal to be achieved. Garcia also notes that he is often surprised by the creative solutions that players come up with during these activities.The Spanish Football Culture and Emphasis on Player-Ball RelationshipDavid Garcia shares his surprise at the emphasis on player and ball relationship in Spanish football. He notes that there are many games focused on maintaining possession and manipulating the ball, even in tight spaces. This is emphasized in training sessions, where protecting the ball as an individual is heavily emphasized.Analyzing Patterns and Decision Making in FootballDavid explains how he notices patterns in players' tendencies and decision making by observing games and players. He discusses how this process sparks curiosity and leads to asking new questions to find theories and solutions. Michael adds that this analytical skill is important for coaches to win games and suggests training oneself to get better at it.Improving Attention and Learning through ConsequencesDavid Garcia emphasizes the importance of attention in coaching and how it can be improved through setting goals and consequences. He also discusses the role of accountability and responsibility in developing players' attention and problem-solving skills. Michael Wright adds to the conversation by discussing the use of AI in football and the importance of players being able to react in the moment.Attention and Tactical AnalysisMichael and David discuss the importance of attention in coaching and tactical analysis, and how it can affect the outcome of a game. They also talk about the need for intentional and voluntary attention, and how it can help coaches notice patterns and solve problems. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
6 Tips To Navigating Trust Issues in Relationships Trust is the bedrock of any healthy, thriving relationship. It's the adhesive that binds love, respect, and understanding. But what happens when trust wavers or crumbles? Can a relationship survive without it? Let's dive into this complex yet crucial aspect of relationships and explore ways to mend or mitigate the absence of trust. TIP NUMBER 1: The Critical Role of Trust --> READ THE BLOG POST HERE https://lolaandola.com/no-trust-in-a-relationship --> WATCH VIDEO VERSION HERE https://youtu.be/wRpB58XunuE Can a relationship survive with no trust? It's like trying to sail a boat without wind—possible but extremely challenging. Trust issues shake the very core of a relationship, draining the joy and transforming the essence of romance into a toxic state. When trust erodes, doubts and insecurities loom large, suffocating the connection that once thrived. TIP NUMBER 2: Addressing the Root Cause What if there is no trust in a relationship? How do you fix it? It's imperative to go beyond surface-level problems, conducting a deep root cause analysis. Sometimes, lack of trust isn't just about the present relationship but might stem from past experiences. Acknowledging this issue is the first step; the next involves recognizing that trust issues aren't unique and can be overcome. Patience and an open mindset to creating new, positive experiences can gradually replace past negative ones. But it's easier said than done—acknowledging this is the initial phase of the solution. TIP NUMBER 3: Red Flags and Signs of No Trust Are trust issues a red flag? Absolutely. When trust is fractured, it's akin to a warning sign on the road. It's not a dead end, but a signal to proceed with caution and actively work towards resolution. Constantly living in a defensive mode to protect oneself consumes valuable energy and might cause one to miss out on life's essence. Another way of missing out on life is by not hitting the like, share, and subscribe button in order to be notified when we drop videos. Don't miss out on the next video. TIP NUMBER 4: Recognizing the Signs and Dealing with No Trust The signs of no trust in a relationship can vary—from constant suspicion to the erosion of open communication. Psychology illuminates the intricate workings of trust and its impact on relationships, emphasizing the need for building a safe, reliable connection. Fixing a relationship without trust demands patience, a willingness to create new experiences, and a conscious effort to release past grievances. TIP NUMBER 5: Respect and Trust Go Hand in Hand A relationship without trust and respect is like a tree without roots. Respect complements trust, and both are essential for a healthy partnership. When trust wavers, respect might follow suit, and it's vital to work on both simultaneously. TIP NUMBER 6: Unpacking Personal Trust Issues Understanding personal trust issues with a partner is a pivotal step. It might not always be about them but could relate to individuaql experiences, past traumas, or unresolved emotions. Addressing these factors as a team can be immensely helpful in rebuilding trust. Trust is the cornerstone of any successful relationship. Recognizing, addressing, and actively working on trust issues can help strengthen the bond between partners and restore the joy and security within the relationship. How Can Trusting God Help With Trust Issues? Trusting in God to address trust issues is a personal choice that has proven effective for many, including myself. It's acknowledging that I can't control or see everything in my own life, and that acceptance allows me to free up energy that might otherwise be spent constantly looking over my shoulder. In situations where trust becomes an issue, particularly in romantic contexts, I opt to trust in a higher version of myself and in a higher power. This choice helps me relinquish the need for absolute control and fosters a sense of peace and faith. I choose to trust God. Ultimately, when it comes to relationships, there's an undeniable involvement of attraction and emotional connection. For me, love should feel liberating, akin to a sense of freedom that allows trust to flourish naturally. Let's bring LOLA and maybe others into the conversation. #marriage #fixmymarriage #savemymarriage
In today's episode, we look at what very specific research says about our ability to take in bad/negative news. As we go through the research, we take the opportunity to learn many useful English words and expressions. If you would like to support this podcast and get access to the podcast text, please click the link below. patreon.com/user?u=5078593 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maverick22/message
Constantly feeling like we have to be perfect can be draining; what's even worse is when we feel like we have to be perfect with God. Pastor Rick encourages us with a message about our desire for perfection and how Jesus can help us.
Frame & Sequence Ep. 25 - Dewey Nicks Dewey Nicks is one of the great fashion photographers from the glory days of legacy publishing and the height of the super model age. He has photographed some of the biggest names in fashion and in Hollywood. He is also an accomplished commercial and film director. In this episode we talk about his education and early influences in photography. His career in fashion and editorial photography. And he shares some great stories about working with some of the top models in the 1990's as well as some of the incredible art directors and stylists. We also talk a bit about his personal style and aesthetics and much more. Enjoy! Find Dewey on Instagram @deweynicks And his book, Polaroids of Women on Amazon Dewey Nicks was born in St. Louis, the gateway to the West, as the son of an advertising man. During family vacations to Hollywood as a child, he became intoxicated with its glamour and eccentricity. His love of fine arts finally drew him to California to study photography at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Since 1986, he has been working as a professional fashion and commercial photographer. His talent, combined with a deep well of enthusiasm, has landed his work in magazines such as Vogue, W, and GQ among many others. He has also created classic advertising images for clients including Tommy Hilfiger, Guess, and Polo. In 1995, Nicks added Commercial Direction to his resume. An Ameritrade spot in 1999 garnered him the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival Award for “The World's Funniest Commercial.” That same year he became a Director's Guild nominee for outstanding directorial achievement in television commercials. His reputation as a top fashion photographer and skilled commercial director have made him uniquely qualified to shoot both print and television spots for clients such as Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Quiksilver, and Unionbay. In 2000 Greybull Press published Kustom, Nicks' first book of photographs inspired by the very ideals and unique expression that originally attracted him to California. Constantly looking to broaden his horizons, Nicks moved into filmmaking. His documentary short Hell House premiered at Slamdance and had its New York debut at the Museum of Modern Art. In 2002 he directed his first feature film, Slackers starring Jason Schwartzman, James King, Devon Sawa, and Laura Prepon. Versatile and talented, Dewey Nicks will be shaping popular culture for years to come. Grounded by his mid-western roots, Nicks' body of work combines an authentic visual sense with a great knowledge of the arts to convey his pragmatic understanding of the zeitgeist of contemporary America. Find me on Instagram @toddritondaro Join the Frame and Sequence Substack newsletter for more podcasts and semi regular newsletter exploring photography, cinema, art, and travel.
How do I accelerate my spiritual awakening? How do I activate my multidimensional abilities? Some people go to Akashic records to get their questions answered. In the beginning of my multidimensional journey, I learned how to access the akashic records. I would follow all the proper protocol and open the records. As my journey unfolded, as my consciousness expanded, I remembered, we are One. From my place of knowing we are One, I realized I have access to all information inside of me. I now communicate with my multidimensional self. In 2010 when I went into the Akashic records, I asked why the speed of my ascension was happening so fast? The answer the records gave was an image of a car packed full. Jam packed with no extra space for anything. I received the download that when our multidimensional selves drops intel in our field, we need to do something with that energy or frequency. When we express the downloads we keep the energy moving. It's like building a muscle, over time, we can handle more. Our consciousness expands and the information become more clear. If we get inspired ideas or downloads and we do nothing with the hits, we start to hold all the frequency. It slows down the download because there is no space. We are frequency expanders. Each one of us has our own unique customized journey to awaken our spiritual or multidimensional self. Bashar's “Follow Your Excitement Formula” Bashar's follow your excitement formula is the key to being your True Self and living your dreams! Here are the basic steps: #1. Act on your excitement, your passion, whatever is most exciting to you, in the moment. Do this every moment that you can. #2. Do this to the best of your ability. Take it as far as you can go until you cannot take it any further. #3. Act on your excitement/passion with absolutely no insistence, assumption or expectation of what the outcome should be. #4. Choose to remain in a positive state regardless of what happens. #5. Constantly investigate your belief systems. Release & replace the un-preferred beliefs: fear-based beliefs, and the beliefs not in alignment with who you prefer to be. Enjoy multidimensional freebies on my website https://sabrinabrightstar.com/
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In this episode of the Listening Superpower Podcast, we're joined by Nanna Holst to delve into how the media landscape's evolution, driven by new platforms, shifting consumption, and AI advancements, is swamping audiences with more information, but not necessarily more insight. We discuss how traditional media must transform, using active listening and engagement to stay pertinent as a bridge between the public and those in authority, as outlined in her insightful report. (Link below) Nanna Holst is an experienced journalist, editor and project manager with a demonstrated history of working in the media production industry. Skilled in Making People Reach Their Potential, Co-creation, Public Outreach, News Writing, Breaking News, Video Journalism, Journalism, Editing and Television. She is into teaching and coaching of young journalists, a strong program and project management professional based on constructive, solution based journalism and a strong sense of public service and democratic values. She is a graduate from the Danish National School of Journalism and Aarhus Business School. Also a Fellow from Constructive Institute at Aarhus University, developer of The Better Listening Method and helping news organizations listen better to their audiences. Also she is a keynote speaker. In this episode, Nanna explores the power of collective intelligence listening. She shares stories and examples of a new initiative called Better Listening for Journalists which engages the community into their journalistic process. By actively listening to and asking for thought-provoking questions, this approach not only strengthens relationships but also promotes better collaboration and a more harmonious society. "If we want to stay relevant in a world where everybody can be their own media, we have to know what is expected of us and what we can help them with to make everybody wiser and everybody happier and have this unity." - Nanna Holst SUPERPOWER Notes: 01:33 - That moment she noticed the power of listening: I was forced to train my listening skills at a very early age because I'm the little sister in a very talkative family. I had to listen very carefully to know where I can dive into the conversation and get heard. 04:12 - How has her view of listening changed through the years 05:18 - A journalistic way of listening versus listening to understand 06:11 - Establishing a concept program called Better Listening: We want to listen more actively and systematically 08:04 - Finding out the 'why of listening' for 'Better listening' 09:02 - What the whole 'Ask Us' method encapsulates 12:04 - The idea of collective intelligence in listening: It starts with the questions, but when we publish an answer, people chip in with their knowledge. 13:07 - Questions that fosters better communication, cooperation, and understanding 17:26 - Transparency involved in the answers written: If we can't get a perfect answer, we say, this is as far as we get, but does anybody out there know anything? 18:40 - 4 points that helps Better Listening listen better: Listen first, showing everyday humility, trust in the population, listen up 22:25 - Why listen. Not just for the checklist, but to really understand: You have to find out why you are listening, what do you want to get out of it, and what are your resources. 25:07 - What leaders should know about sustained listening in their organizations 28:11 - The inspiration behind the articles written: We could see that our engagement grew when we found a way to put a question formula and a ballot in each and every article. 30:08 - What has changed in her now doing Better Listening: I have known a little about a lot. 32:35 - Distinguishing between hearing and listening 33:29 - The dream she has for her legacy media in the next five years 35:36 - How she makes listening sustainable for her: I like to have markers everywhere that reminds me of this huge 'Why'. Key Takeaways: "...You can listen in a thousand ways. It's like a car that has movable parts. You can just adjust them in many different ways." - Nanna Holst “Listen first, show everyday humility, trust in the population, and listen up.” - Nanna Holst “...the missing link between wanting to listen and actually listening is some sort of method that keeps us on track, and make us work smart and not do the things that do not work.”- Nanna Holst “Listening is a skill. It's something that can be trained and we can learn it. “- Nanna Holst "Listen first. Keep focus on the audience. Trust in the population. Constantly learn and improve. These are the keys to better listening." - Nanna Holst Notes/Mentions: Better Listening Report: https://constructiveinstitute.org/app/uploads/2023/07/Nanna-Holst.pdf KQED Media: https://www.kqed.org Connect with Nanna Holst: Website: https://www.nannaholst.dk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nanna-holst Connect with Raquel Ark: www.listeningalchemy.com Mobile: + 491732340722 firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn Podcast email: email@example.com
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Step onto the ice with a winning mindset as we dive into the latest episode of 'Our Kids Play Hockey: The Ride To The Rink'. Hosted by Lee Elias, this podcast is a treasure trove for hockey parents, coaches, and young athletes looking to elevate their mental game and overall performance.In this must-listen episode, Lee introduces two vital questions that have the power to change the game for hockey players at every level: "What do I control in this situation?" and "Am I being present right now?" By focusing on these queries, players can enhance their focus, effort, and mental fortitude, both during high-pressure game situations and in daily life.Discover the secrets to staying grounded in the present moment and directing your energy towards the aspects of your hockey career that you can control. Lee's expertise in performance psychology offers listeners an accessible guide to mental training that promises to improve concentration, resilience, and in-game decision-making.This episode is perfect for those searching for effective sports psychology techniques, mental toughness training for young athletes, or advice on how to stay present and productive under pressure.Whether you're gearing up for a weekend tournament or navigating the ups and downs of youth hockey, 'Our Kids Play Hockey: The Ride To The Rink' provides the strategies you need to succeed. Join us for an engaging and educational journey that transcends the rink – because these lessons aren't just about hockey, they're about life.Tune in now and empower yourself to make the next shift your best one yet. Don't forget to subscribe for more insights and tips that will help young hockey players skate towards excellence with every episode.-- Our Kids Play Hockey is proud to be sponsored by Game Seven Group and Hockey Wraparound.At Game Seven Group our mission is to Transform Individuals Into Teams Capable Of The Extraordinary using Lee MJ Elias' proven team bonding strategy for sports teams, business teams, and anything & everything in between. If your team or organization is hungry to win a championship or take things to the next level, reach out to our team to see how we can help you reach your goal. Click this link to learn more or reach out to Katelynn@GameSevenGroup.com for more information.--Over the last ten years Hockey Wraparound , the #1 Off-Ice Training Product of the Decade (via Hockey Tutorial), has afforded hockey players at every level the opportunity to train off-ice while maintaining the integrity of their hockey stick blades. Our stick blade protectors are made of a privately formulated material that is flexible to fit most stick blades & curves, while hardwearing and long lasting protection.Order now to take your off-ice training to the next level.
Robb Green is the founder of Solving Alpha, a company with dozens of products and multiple product brands on Amazon, that also acquires other Amazon brands. He also hosts the I'm The One Podcast to help people migrate to the world of entrepreneurship. Today Robb is going to share valuable knowledge for inventors, startups, and small manufacturers on the importance of properly planning for an Amazon product launch, the technical aspects of an Amazon listing, and how to succeed in launching and growing your product sales on the Amazon marketplace platform Here are the key takeaways from the episode: Preparing your listing to have success Amazon wants new products, and they want successful new consumer products. Amazon is just a marketplace / catalogue Prepare for your Amazon listing in advance How do you capture eyeballs. Main image is the most important thing, then title, then a decision to make a click into your listing. Stack images on Amazon, then reviews, then story. Write for the algorithm, but also write for the story to sell the customer. Indexing on Amazon. Does Amazon find you relevant for a particular keyword. Ranking on Amazon. This is how to get Sell-through (conversion rate) and click-through rate. The better you perform than your competitors, the Amazon ads buys you visibility on the platform but it also gives you data. You just need to be slightly better than an alternative product on Amazon. These improvements on your ads will stack onto each other. Search query performance data. Constantly improve your keywords by doing research Product opportunity explorer. The product matters a lot, especially for reviews, but also quality matters in the long term matter for ratings. There are a lot of garbage products on Amazon, so it is easy to compete quickly. Robb Green Links: LinkedIn | Solving Alpha | Podcast The Product Startup Podcast Links: https://www.ProductStartup.com/ Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebook Page | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Twitter | YouTube Mako Design Links: https://www.makodesign.com/ YouTube | Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter Kevin Mako Links: Instagram | LinkedIn | Quora | Facebook | Twitter Producer: MAKO Design + Invent is the original firm providing world-class consumer product development services tailored to startups, small manufacturers, and inventors. Simply put, we are the leading one-stop-shop for developing your physical product from idea to store shelves, all in a high-quality, cost-effective, and timely manner. We operate as one powerhouse 30-person product design team spread across 4 offices to serve you (Austin, Miami, San Francisco, & Toronto). We have full-stack in-house industrial design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, patent referral, prototyping, and manufacturing services. To assist our startup and inventor clients, in addition to above, we help with business strategy, product strategy, marketing, and sales/distribution for all consumer product categories.
Ever thought about how the real estate market could be similar to scuba diving? Constantly changing, full of unknowns, yet exciting and rewarding at the same time. That's where our guest, Bri Sides, a seasoned real estate agent and certified scuba diver, comes in. She dives into the complexities and intricacies of real estate, highlighting the influence of VA home loans and the surge in market activity.Bri takes us on a journey through the world of home construction, the challenge of finding reliable contractors, and the potential pitfalls in home buying. Her experience in the field provides a wealth of information to both seasoned and prospective homeowners. We talk about the influence of traffic patterns around a home, the importance of viewing the home at different times of the day, and even how seasonal depression can influence a decision to relocate. We also embark on a discussion about the transition from military to civilian life, exploring the challenges veterans may face when looking to settle down. Bri offers invaluable advice on job selection, planning, and communication for a smooth transition. Whether you're considering the idea of snowbirding or living overseas, or simply looking to understand the real estate market better, this episode has something for you. Tune in for an enlightening and engaging conversation with Bri Sides that you won't want to miss.Bri Sides bio: Born in New Jersey, raised in Pennsylvania and later married to a Soldier, Brianne is no stranger to personal and military moves. With her earlier career concentrated on healthcare compliance, she is committed to relationships built on integrity and customer satisfaction. That aim continues today, as she follows her passion for real estate. Brianne also graduated from Western Governors University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.In addition to being the Broker of Jade Realty, she has been the Chapter Co-Captain for the FLW Chapter of Team RWB, a group whose mission is to enrich the lives of veterans through social and physical activity. She's an avid outdoor lover, as well as being a certified SCUBA diver. Brianne, along with her husband and dogs, have made Pulaski County their home. She was the 2019 Salesperson of the Year for Pulaski County, a top producing solo agent in Pulaski County year after year and sold over $14 Million in properties in 2022. Brianne Sides, REALTOR®Broker-AssociateJade Realty573-336-2041/ 215-527-8520Welcome to the Do Hard Things Podcast with your host Jay Tiegs, Are you ready to amplify and improve your life? Then you are in the right place. On this podcast we have unfiltered conversation with inspiring people who take on challenges and share with us, the wisdom from their journey. We talk about how doing hard things adequately enable all of us to deal with life's struggles and challenges and ultimately improve the quality of our lives. Do Hard Things Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/dohardthings
So often we fill our days and our week in the most maximum way, requiring so much of us to so many things. Constantly pulled in every direction, not ever stopping to take a break or to utter the words NO!Well, if that resonates with your spirit, I have a pep talk for you friend!Permission to rest. An encouraging word from my heart to yours on the podcast today - an episode equipped with a pep talk - with a message your heart needs to hear!Ready to have your best day as the best version of yourself? Well friend, grab your iced coffee and let's get encouraged!Ready to take the next step? Book a one-hour coaching call and let's work through my Motivational Mindset Method together!CONNECT WITH THE BEST DAY!~JOIN OUR MAILING LIST!~Follow along over on Instagram @thebestdaypodcast and @gracefulandfree~Hang out with us in our Facebook group! Check out the show notes for today's episode.Have the BEST day!xo. Haley
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In this Bible Story, Abijah rules with a brutal fist and sinful arrogance. His son, Asa, rules with the fear of God and a righteous heart and is able to topple the idols in Judah and bring the people of God back to their first love. This story is inspired by 1 Kings 15 & 2 Chronicles 13-16. Go to BibleinaYear.com and learn the Bible in a Year.Today's Bible verse is 1 Kings 15:12 from the King James Version.Episode 121: Abijah was harsh, like his father Rehoboam, and his reign was filled with war and strife. Constantly fighting against his brothers in Israel. Yet in all this despair God was faithful to His promise to David that there would always be a king from his line on the throne. After Abijah died, his son Asa came to rule. His heart was turned toward rescuing the people from the idolatry in Judah and with God's help, he galvanized the people of Judah into a spirit of unity.Hear the Bible come to life as Pastor Jack Graham leads you through the official BibleinaYear.com podcast. This Biblical Audio Experience will help you master wisdom from the world's greatest book. In each episode, you will learn to apply Biblical principles to everyday life. Now understanding the Bible is easier than ever before; enjoy a cinematic audio experience full of inspirational storytelling, orchestral music, and profound commentary from world-renowned Pastor Jack Graham.Also, you can download the Pray.com app for more Christian content, including, Daily Prayers, Inspirational Testimonies, and Bedtime Bible Stories.Visit JackGraham.org for more resources on how to tap into God's power for successful Christian living.This episode is sponsored by Medi-Share, an innovative health care solution for Christians to save money without sacrificing quality.Pray.com is the digital destination of faith. With over 5,000 daily prayers, meditations, bedtime stories, and cinematic stories inspired by the Bible, the Pray.com app has everything you need to keep your focus on the Lord. Make Prayer a priority and download the #1 App for Prayer and Sleep today in the Apple app store or Google Play store.Executive Producers: Steve Gatena & Max BardProducer: Ben GammonHosted by: Pastor Jack GrahamMusic by: Andrew Morgan SmithBible Story narration by: Todd HaberkornSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elevated Man Podcast with Apollonia Ponti How To Touch A Woman To Turn Her On! (5 Things Most Men Miss, But Now You Won't) Are you unsure when to start flirting with her? Do you get nervous at the thought of trying to seduce your date? And often unsure whether or not she is really into you in the first place. If your thoughts of seducing a woman are making you unsure that will lead to more, then you are in for a special treat; in this podcast episode, Apollonia Ponti shares valuable insights on the art of building romantic connections with women, specifically focusing on the subtle nuances of physical interaction that many men tend to overlook. Apollonia has seen it all when men are trying to turn a woman on. Many men and her clients frequently overanalyze their approach in the realm of seduction, often failing to grasp the subtle cues and signals women provide to express their interest. Apollonia empathizes with the frustration of seducing a woman and trying to turn her on while not being seen as creepy. But in this podcast episode, Apollonia uses practical and straightforward methods to help you discern a woman's readiness for romantic advances. These practical advice and tests will help you emphasize the importance of attentive body language observation and reciprocal physical contact; Apollonia provides essential guidance for recognizing the pivotal moments when a woman is ready to take things to the next level and potentially lead to the bedroom. So, if you're struggling with how to turn on a woman, seduce a woman, and know if she wants to be seduced, then this is the podcast episode for you! Key points in this episode: 1:00 - Most men struggle with seducation. Apollonia explains how many men overthink when trying to seduce women, such as being overly flirty in a text. 1:34 - You need to read the room. Watch her body language and see how she is acting toward you. Is she smiling? Laughing? Constantly touching your arm, or is she closed off, moving away from you, or not even looking at you? 2:38 - The hand test. It's a simple yet effective test: if she wants you, put your hand on hers for 5 seconds. If she pulls away immediately, she is not comfortable with you yet; however, if she doesn't pull away and let your hand rest on hers for a while, that is the green light. 3:15 - Touch the appropriate parts of her body. One way to turn a woman on is physical touch (only start doing this if you know she is comfortable with you). Touching her shoulders, arms, and hands is the most respectful way to convey that you want her; however, feeling her stomach, thighs, or knees will make her uncomfortable. 4:45 - Putting her hair behind her ear. This makes a woman turn on; the thought of a romantic gesture makes her want you more. 5:19 - Hugging her. Once you have the green light and are both comfortable touching each other, once you hug her, let your hand gently touch her back; kissing her shoulders or neck will instantly turn her on. 5:58 - The key to turning her on is taking it slowly. Build up the tension; don't start kissing her off the bat; start with her hand, then her shoulder, hugging, and finally, a kiss. These steps can cause her to take things more with you in the bedroom. "I love Apollonia; her tips have helped me with my dating!"
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