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Jenn Drummond is a Mom of 7, successful business owner and World Record holder. As the first woman to climb the second highest summits on each of the 7 continents, she now spends her time inspiring others to create a thriving business and lasting legacy of their own. She shares her story and strategies for success through her book, Quit Proof: 7 Strategies to Build Resilience and Acheive Your Life Goals, and her Seek Your Summit podcast, programs, and signature talks. Learn more about how she elevates devoted and determined entrepreneurs to go beyond a life of success to a life of significance. https://www.jenndrummond.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/new-mind-creator/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/new-mind-creator/support
In episode 257, we get curious about Pangaea for Peyton, Brayden, Grayson, and Kyla from Honolulu, Hawaii and Miles and Joel from Mckinney, Texas. What was Pangaea? How do we know that it existed? How is it possible that continents are moving? Grab your time machine and take a trip back in time with us in this fascinating episode. Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - email@example.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee.pub/lic/fqXchg3wUVUFollow Us On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/curiouskidpod/Follow Us On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/curiouskidpodcast/Follow Us On Twitter - https://twitter.com/CuriousKidPod
In Stand Up Memories Episode 5, hosted by Jackie The Joke Man Martling and Peter Bales, comedian Jim Dailakis takes the stage to deliver an unforgettable comedic performance. With his Greek-Australian background as a rich source of inspiration, Jim captivates the audience with his sharp wit, engaging storytelling, and relatable observations about cultural differences and personal experiences. As Jackie The Joke Man Martling and Peter Bales guide the show, Jim's energetic presence, animated facial expressions, and impeccable comedic timing create a memorable episode filled with laughter and entertainment. His ability to connect with the hosts and the audience adds an extra layer of charm to his performance, making this episode of Stand Up Memories a must-watch for comedy enthusiasts. #JimDailakis #StandUpComedy #ComedyShow #LaughOutLoud #CulturalHumor #ImmigrantLife #FunnyStories #ComedyPerformance #Entertainment #ComedyNight #HilariousMoments #ComedyGold #LaughterIsTheBestMedicine #HumorAndJoy #StandUpMemories #jackiemartling #peterbales #EnergeticComedy #GreeceMeetsAustralia #ComicRelief #AmusingAnecdotes
Have you ever wondered how a child growing up in Tehran, Iran, speaking Armenian and Farsi, could end up as a well-rounded interpreter in the United States? Well, that's exactly the fascinating journey our guest, Hemi Pariyani has taken. She started off leading a group of dancers and singers at a summer concert in Iran, and dreamt of becoming a connector and mediator in the world. Her childhood experiences and aspirations, coupled with wide-ranging professional roles—ranging from a British civil engineering company to customer service and leadership roles—have shaped her into an interpreter extraordinaire.Interpreting isn't just about language—it's about culture, nuance, context, and often, advocacy. Hemi Pariyani gives us a deep dive into the intricacies of interpreting for both educated and uneducated speakers of Armenian and Farsi. She shares how she often found herself advocating for her clients, like ensuring a pregnant woman received proper nutrition, and how interpreters must adapt their language and accent to accommodate cultural and geographical variations. Not to mention, the transition from working in a British civil engineering company to freelancing as an interpreter in Oregon, and the unique challenges that came with it.And if you've ever considered a career in interpreting, Hemi Pariyani's insights are invaluable. She reveals how liking people is key to success in the field and guides us through practical steps to break into the profession—signing up with agencies, attending webinars, the importance of certification, and more. She even invites listeners to connect with her for potential collaborations. So let's get ready to embark on a journey across continents, cultures, and languages, with the remarkable Hemi Pariyani as our guide.Only on the podcast that shares your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!----------------------------Connect with Hemi PariyaniLinkedIn----------------------------Episode Mentioned:Indigenous Interpreting with Eulogio Espinoza------------------
“Commit and figure it out later!”. This is a common statement heard from the amazing athlete, Linda Quirk who has undertaken a number of athletic challenges in her 50s and beyond. She recently set the record for the first woman at age 70 to complete the 135 mile Badwater race in Death Valley (referred to as the “World's Toughest Foot Race”). Her list of athletic accomplishments includes the 7 Marathons on 7 Continents, the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Brazil 135, several Racing the Planet races, and the Route 66 UltraRun. Tune in to hear about her journey into endurance sport, why she pursues challenging races, and details about her 2-time finishes at Badwater 135 at the ages of 60 and 70. After the interview, Bob and Dina chat about crewing at Badwater 135 and provide details about her nutrition plan. Summary notes for the Badwater 135 race in 2023: 105 calories per hour average, 246 milligrams of sodium per hour, ~7-9 oz fluid per hour, and a total of 6 bottles of the DeltaG Performance Ketone Esters. Her main calories were from UCAN Energy + Protein, the All Around Snack Co nut butters, and turkey & avocado (with “toast” a few times). Links: DeltaG ketone esters: don't forget to use the code ISNPODCAST to save 10% and help support our podcast All Around Snack Co. Badwater 135 race --- This episode is brought to you by All Around Snack Co. which features tasty snacks that are low in added sugars, contain zero dyes, colorings or additives and help control blood sugar for steady energy levels throughout the day. Use code ISNPODCAST23 to save 15% on your purchase. Want to try the deltaG products to provide your brain another fuel source? Check out their products and save 10% by using the code ISNPODCAST and you'll also help support our podcast! We'd love to connect with you on social! Follow Dina on Instagram at @nutritionmechanic and Bob at @enrgperformance. You can learn more about Bob and Dina's nutrition and coaching services and programs at www.enrgperformance.com and www.nutritionmechanic.com.
On today's episode, the History Guy tells histories that we didn't learn in school. First he tells the history of the term “Continent”, and how our understanding of how many and even what a continent is has changed over time. Then he looks deep into the past to answer an age-old question: why are there seven seas, and which seas are they?
Renae Dambly, originally hailing from Denver, Colorado, now coaching parkour in Hamburg, Germany. She is one of the most successful competitive athletes, coaches, and more recently an innovator of parkour events. This podcast also features special guest, Lisa Schneider. Instagrams: @renaedambly @lisaa_schneider98 If you'd rather watch the podcast and occasionally see some added clips and pics relevant to the conversation, you can access it by becoming a YouTube join member on Storror's YouTube, along with other weekly members-only content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdPui8EYr_sX6q1xNXCRPXg/join
In this episode, astro[sound]bites gets even more international as we welcome our new co-host, Cormac Larkin, based in Europe! We sit down in three different time zones and continents to learn more about Cormac and discuss what we're each excited about for the next year of astro[sound]bites. Introduction to research with astro[sound]bites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ztsQ92NeV0Nzhg0ZaohNB?si=a5a06325cb444076 Introduction to exoplanets with astro[sound]bites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4YQaowzQUGlSiyQdtdglUy?si=9e1201dbabf34ba8
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durée : 01:34:12 - Club Jazzafip - Nous recevons le trio Emile Londonien, la saxophoniste londonienne Nubya Garcia, le trompettiste Michael Leonhart avec le MC JSWISS avant de diffuser leurs concerts aux Jardins du Palais Longchamp.
Nick Kush Special Operations EOD 7 Skydives, 7 Continents, 7 Days 2 World Records LEGACY EXPEDITIONS Welcome to another amazing guest- Nick Kush. In this captivating episode of the Straight Talk Mind and Muscle podcast, I'd like you to meet my guest and friend, who shares his incredible experience with Legacy Expeditions. We began with Nick's involvement in starting- and finishing in world record fashion- the amazing project called Legacy Expeditions, which involved doing seven skydives on seven continents in seven days. We talked about the planning process, the charity they supported (Folds of Honor), and the challenges they faced during the expedition. We discussed the power of the human mind, the importance of teamwork, and the significance of finding a mission and purpose in life. The episode concludes with reflections on the expedition and the lessons learned. This project involved a mind-boggling challenge of completing seven skydives on seven continents in just seven days. One of the most remarkable aspects of Legacy Expeditions was the charity they chose to support, Folds of Honor. This organization provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members. Nick and his team were deeply moved by the mission of Folds of Honor and were determined to make a significant impact through their skydiving endeavor. The planning process for Legacy Expeditions was no small feat. Nick explains that they had to meticulously coordinate logistics, travel arrangements, and skydiving permits across seven continents. This required extensive research, communication with local authorities, and careful consideration of weather conditions. The team's dedication and attention to detail were crucial in ensuring the success of their mission. However, the challenges they faced during the expedition were not limited to logistical hurdles. Nick recounts the physical and mental strain they endured throughout the seven-day journey. Skydiving is an inherently risky activity, and performing multiple jumps in such a short period of time pushed their limits to the extreme. The team had to maintain peak physical fitness and mental resilience to overcome fatigue and stay focused on their goal. Furthermore, Nick highlights the power of the human mind and the importance of teamwork in achieving extraordinary feats. He emphasises that having a strong mindset and a clear mission were essential in overcoming the obstacles they encountered. The team's unwavering determination and support for one another played a crucial role in their success. We touch upon the significance of finding a mission and purpose in life. Nick shares how his involvement in Legacy Expeditions allowed him to combine his passion for adventure with a meaningful cause. He believes that having a purpose-driven life not only brings personal fulfilment but also inspires others to pursue their own dreams and make a positive impact in the world. Reflecting on the expedition, Nick expressed his gratitude for the incredible experiences and lessons learned. He acknowledges the immense support they received from their sponsors, partners, and the global skydiving community. This episode provides a captivating insight into the awe-inspiring Legacy Expeditions. Nick Kush's account of the planning process, the charity they supported, and the challenges they faced showcases the power of determination, teamwork, and finding a mission in life. Their extraordinary journey serves as a testament to the Special Operations Community and the human spirit's ability to overcome obstacles and make a lasting impact. You can find Nick at https://legacyexpeditions.net/the-team/nick-kush/ On Insta at https://www.instagram.com/nickkush237/ And donate to Folds of Honour at- https://legacyexpeditions.net/expedition/triple7/ I am Damian Porter , Former NZ Special Forces Operator, Subject Matter Expert from www.hownottodieguy.com And you are listening to my STRAIGHT TALK MIND AND MUSCLE PODCAST sponsored by www.mystait.com - the ultimate daily formula for optimum hormone health, stress management, energy and performance. 100% natural and clinically proven ingredients, it provides everything you need to raise your game, in a convenient gut-friendly capsule. Links for my former shows are here- WATCH on YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpt-Zy1jciVn7cWB0B-y5WATyzrzfwucZ LISTEN on: spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1rlAGRXCwLIJfQCQ5B3PYB?si=UmgsMBFkRfelCAm1E4Pd3Q Itunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/straight-talk-mind-and-muscle-podcast/id1315986446?mt=2 Google - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vMTA5NDc4L3JzczI?ep=14 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/5bce2d31-a171-4e83-bada-d1384c877e76 Subscribe for more amazing tips, interviews and wisdom from phenomenal guests ------- And get your ** FREE ** copy of my 5 day Meal Plan and Exercise eBook here: https://realketonesaustralia.com/
Episode 95! Following several weeks of amazing special guests on the program (with many more to come in the weeks and months ahead) the hosts fly solo this week and discuss some of the biggest storylines and topics on Saudi Arabia this week. First, the hosts discuss Richard's one big thing this week, the Islamic new year. Muslims around the world observe and celebrate the Islamic New Year, also called the Hijri New Year, which marks the beginning of a new lunar Hijri year. The Islamic year is several days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, so its first day changes every year. Then the hosts discuss Lucien's one big thing, a global heat wave that has areas of the Middle East breaking records. On July 16, 2023, Persian Gulf International Airport in Iran reported a heat index of 152°F (66.7°C). In Riyadh this week, high temps are hovering around 115 degrees or so, which is about 46 degrees celsius. The hosts conclude the program as always with six top storylines on Saudi Arabia to get you up to speed heading into the weekend. 7:47 - Richard's one big thing this week is a discussion of the Islamic new year. Muslims around the world observe and celebrate the Islamic New Year, also called the Hijri New Year, which marks the beginning of a new lunar Hijri year. The Islamic year is several days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, so its first day changes every year.15:45 - Lucien's one big thing, a global heat wave that has areas of the Middle East breaking records. On July 16, 2023, Persian Gulf International Airport in Iran reported a heat index of 152°F (66.7°C). In Riyadh this week, high temps are hovering around 115 degrees or so, which is about 46 degrees celsius.27:06 - Yallah! Six top storylines on Saudi Arabia to get you up to date heading into the weekend. •Saudi Arabia was the most active country for contract awards in a recent MEED survey for 2022. •Saudi Arabia agreed on Tuesday to buy Turkish drones in the biggest defence contract in Turkey's history as President Tayyip Erdogan reaped the benefits of his diplomatic push to repair ties with Gulf powers and help Ankara's struggling economy. •Saudi Arabia was considered the 28th best country to live in as an expat and the United States ranked 30th, according to the Expat Insider 2023.•The Japanese premier, Fumio Kishida, kicked off his Gulf tour over the weekend with a stop in Saudi Arabia.•An official from Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed to Al-Monitor that work has begun on a land bridge project connecting the country to Saudi Arabia, and that it will operate even if diplomatic ties between the two countries are not officially normalized.•Saudi Arabia was announced as the host of the 2027 Pan Arab Games at the conclusion of this year's multi-sport event in Algeria.
Record high temperatures engulf various parts of the world, as persistent heatwaves sweep through multiple continents. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says grain exports should continue despite Russia's withdrawal from the Black Sea grain deal. Former U.S. President Donald Trump says he expects to be indicted in connection with the January 6 Capitol riot.
Jupiter Kayonga takes us on his journey growing up in Rwanda, meeting foreigners who came from other countries to take his father's tours, and falling in love with photography as a kid. He then talks about losing his father in the Rwandan genocide of 1994, fleeing the country at 9 years old, and living as a refugee in multiple countries. Jupiter then shares his experience moving to Dubai and traveling the world as a flight attendant, re-conecting with photography and story-telling, and eventually moving to India. He reflects on the power of India and his experience attending some of the world's largest religious and cultural festivals there. Jupiter then shares his experience in Cuba, and how enamored he was with the culture, the hospitality and the kindness of the people. He then shares stories from his journey to Argentina, Chile and his epic voyage to Antarctica. Next, Jupiter opens up about his emotional decision to return to Rwanda more than 20 years after he left, and shares what he found when he went back, and how it impacted him. Finally, Jupiter reflects on what the concept of “home” means to him today, the impact of travel and tourism on the places we go, and how travel has shaped him as a person. FULL SHOW NOTES AVAILABLE AT: www.TheMaverickShow.com Subscribe to The Maverick Show's “Monday Minute” Newsletter where I personally send you an email with 3 short items of value to start each week that you can consume in under 60 seconds: www.TheMaverickShow.com/Newsletter See My “Top 10 Apps For Digital Nomads” www.TheMaverickShow.com/Apps See My “Top 10 Books For Digital Nomads” www.TheMaverickShow.com/Books See My “7 Keys For Building A Location-Independent Business” (Even In A Space That Is Not Traditionally Virtual) www.TheMaverickShow.com/Keys Watch My Video Training On “Stylish Minimalist Packing” and Learn How to Travel the World with Carry On Luggage: http://www.TheMaverickShow.com/Packing See The Travel Gear I Use And Recommend: https://ww.TheMaverickShow.com/Gear Learn How You Can Buy Turnkey Rental Properties In The Best U.S. Real Estate Markets From Anywhere: http://www.TheMaverickShow.com/RealEstate See How I Produce The Maverick Show Podcast (The Equipment, Services And Vendors I Use): https://www.TheMaverickShow.com/Production FOLLOW THE MAVERICK SHOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/MaverickShowPod/ Twitter: https://www.Twitter.com/MaverickShowPod Tiktok: https://www.TikTok.com/@MaverickShowPod Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/MaverickShowPodcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/MaverickShowPod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@themaverickshow874 BUY ME A COFFEE: Enjoying the show? Espressos help me produce significantly better podcast episodes! Now you can support The Maverick Show by buying me a coffee J https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheMaverickShow
This is a GET TO KNOW ME EPISODE… June 29th is my BIRTHDAY & this is the 1st time i have an episode running on my Birthday so what better way than to put myself on the hotseat?!? Yes! I am the guest of Talk Shit With P this week as Abida @thebalancingguru takes over as the host and she came up with 34 questions to ask me (which i had not seen at all) So… who am i?!? I am Paula; The owner & host of Talk Shit With P Podcast. Born in Tanzanian but raised around the World… lived in 3 Continents, 6 Countries and now residing in Atlanta, GA I am a big mental health advocate as i personally battle with depression… Fast Forward to 2020; when boredom strikes and depression hit hard, who knew a podcast would be the safe space i needed?!? And that's how Talk Shit With P was born; a safe space to talk you're shit & feel HEARD I Am A Rebel With A CauseNow about the glacious HOST of the WEEK Abida Rahman is The Balancing Guru … self-awareness coach and healer who will be launching her first book; Body, Mind & Spiritual Alignment this year. Abida plans to offer her coaching program after the release of her book so that her clients will have all the right tools to help them on their self-awareness journey. Her philosophy in life is to embrace both sides of yourself, the good and the bad. Learn to love your highest self by claiming all of yourself in your glory and in your mess. She teachs clients to get to know themselves deeper while holding a safe space to be heard, seen and experienced. You can find out a little more about her on her website www.thebalancingguru.com and follow her real and authentic journey through life on instagram and facebook with the handle: @thebalancingguru “It was an honour taking over and hosting Paula's Talk Shit With P podcast and celebrating her in all of her glory for her 34th birthday. Keep being your badass self Paula and happy birthday my queen!” - AbidaFIND & CONNECT WITH ME….https://www.flowcode.com/page/talkshitwithp For BOOKINGS - https://calendTo hire Elikqitie as a your ghostwriter go to her website at www.writeforyou.me and click on her discovery call button to grab a time on her calendar TODAY!!And THANK ME later!!Support the showFollow us on;IG: https://www.instagram.com/Talkshitwithp/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkshitwithpFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkwhitwIthpTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@TalkshitwithpSUBSCRIBE to our NEWSLETTER &/OR Rock our merchandise out; www.talkshitwithp.shop & you can follow our merchandise page on IG https://www.instagram.com/Talkshitwithp.shop/Support The Show (whatever you can)Cashapp: https://cash.app/$TSWP20Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TswpBuymecoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/talkshitwithpAmazon Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2M9Q4HNKRO2WA?ref_=wl_shareWebsite under construction but keep an eye out; https://www.talkshitwithp.com/Learn my story;https://canvasrebel.com/meet-paula-sima-mulamula/https://herforward.com/a-mental-health-advocate-suggests-talking-shit/& FINALLY if you want to be a guest on the podcast... hit us up;https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdVVE0FrJOD4xgDCzE5C_jIlgO7dVlpJBjVw5iyqnmEt5QVIQ/viewform OR IF YOU want to be featured... leave us a voicenote;https://www.speakpipe.com/talkshitwithp
This is a GET TO KNOW ME EPISODE… June 29th is my BIRTHDAY & this is the 1st time i have an episode running on my Birthday so what better way than to put myself on the hotseat?!? Yes! I am the guest of Talk Shit With P this week as Abida @thebalancingguru takes over as the host and she came up with 34 questions to ask me (which i had not seen at all) So… who am i?!? I am Paula; The owner & host of Talk Shit With P Podcast. Born in Tanzanian but raised around the World… lived in 3 Continents, 6 Countries and now residing in Atlanta, GA I am a big mental health advocate as i personally battle with depression… Fast Forward to 2020; when boredom strikes and depression hit hard, who knew a podcast would be the safe space i needed?!? And that's how Talk Shit With P was born; a safe space to talk you're shit & feel HEARD I Am A Rebel With A CauseNow about the glacious HOST of the WEEK Abida Rahman is The Balancing Guru … self-awareness coach and healer who will be launching her first book; Body, Mind & Spiritual Alignment this year. Abida plans to offer her coaching program after the release of her book so that her clients will have all the right tools to help them on their self-awareness journey. Her philosophy in life is to embrace both sides of yourself, the good and the bad. Learn to love your highest self by claiming all of yourself in your glory and in your mess. She teachs clients to get to know themselves deeper while holding a safe space to be heard, seen and experienced. You can find out a little more about her on her website www.thebalancingguru.com and follow her real and authentic journey through life on instagram and facebook with the handle: @thebalancingguru “It was an honour taking over and hosting Paula's Talk Shit With P podcast and celebrating her in all of her glory for her 34th birthday. Keep being your badass self Paula and happy birthday my queen!” - AbidaFIND & CONNECT WITH ME….https://www.flowcode.com/page/talkshitwithp For BOOKINGS - https://cTo hire Elikqitie as a your ghostwriter go to her website at www.writeforyou.me and click on her discovery call button to grab a time on her calendar TODAY!!And THANK ME later!!Support the showFollow us on;IG: https://www.instagram.com/Talkshitwithp/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkshitwithpFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkwhitwIthpTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@TalkshitwithpSUBSCRIBE to our NEWSLETTER &/OR Rock our merchandise out; www.talkshitwithp.shop & you can follow our merchandise page on IG https://www.instagram.com/Talkshitwithp.shop/Support The Show (whatever you can)Cashapp: https://cash.app/$TSWP20Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TswpBuymecoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/talkshitwithpAmazon Wishlist: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2M9Q4HNKRO2WA?ref_=wl_shareWebsite under construction but keep an eye out; https://www.talkshitwithp.com/Learn my story;https://canvasrebel.com/meet-paula-sima-mulamula/https://herforward.com/a-mental-health-advocate-suggests-talking-shit/& FINALLY if you want to be a guest on the podcast... hit us up;https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdVVE0FrJOD4xgDCzE5C_jIlgO7dVlpJBjVw5iyqnmEt5QVIQ/viewform OR IF YOU want to be featured... leave us a voicenote;https://www.speakpipe.com/talkshitwithp
In this episode, Iain Stewart, an expert in geoscience and sustainability, highlights the need for the scientific community to communicate differently to engage communities in developing sustainable climate solutions, learning to move away from the 'tell and sell' approach, to one of 'sense and respond' in order to build trust.Iain explains to host, Sue Stockdale about his latest project in northeastern Jordan, where a wetland has dried up due to climate change, and what he has learned in getting the project off the ground in the desert landscape.About Iain StewartIain Stewart is the El Hassan bin Talal Research Chair in Sustainability at the Royal Scientific Society (Jordan) and Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth (UK). The founding director of the University of Plymouth's ‘Sustainable Earth Institute', Iain's long-standing research interests are in disaster risk reduction, climate change, and Earth science communication.His Earth science communication work has built on a 15-year partnership with BBC Science television presenting popular documentary series, such as ‘Earth: The Power of the Planet', ‘Earth: The Climate Wars', ‘How Earth Made Us', ‘How To Grow A Planet', ‘The Rise of the Continents' and ‘Planet Oil'.Iain was also academic advisor on David Attenborough's acclaimed BBC series ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet'. Awarded an MBE for his services to geography and geology education, he was President of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, was the Communications Lead and Evidence Chair for the Scottish Government's Climate Citizen's Assembly, and is the UNESCO Chair for Geoscience and Society.Connect with Iain Stewart on Twitter and find out more at the Royal Scientific Society (Jordan).Key Quotes"Water scarcity is the number one problem here in Jordan. And I think you can't really be a geoscientist working on sustainability here and not have a project on that.""One of the solutions is empowering communities to be able to make their own adaptations.""To be able to cope with the effects of climate change I think adaptability and flexibility will be absolutely the key""Authentic listening, where you're genuinely shutting up, is something that scientists and experts don't do very well.""Some people would argue from a sustainability perspective that we should effectively stop traveling.""The worst people for traveling in terms of flights are academics and the worst academics are climate scientists.""We need to show leadership here. We need to show the motivation, the sense of purpose to be doing this.""One of the unpalatable messages is that the low carbon green energy economy is going to need more stuff. And that stuff is going to have to come from somewhere, and the place it's going to come from is the ground. And therefore, a future with less carbon in it is a future that's going to have a lot more mining in it."Partners and SupportersWe partnered with the Royal Scottish Geographical Society to bring you this series. Take a look at their Climate Solutions course, developed by leaders and experts in climate change and endorsed by the Institute of Directors.We are also supported by Squadcast –the remote recording platform which empowers podcasters by capturing high-quality audio and video conversations.Connect with us on Twitter : Facebook : Instagram : LinkedIn : Read our Impact ReportActions to take after listening to the podcastWe have created a list of questions to help you reflect on the podcast episode and what you heardSign up for our Zoom listener discussion on the topics raised in this series on Friday 21st July from 1300 to 1345hrs BST.Credits:Sound Editor: Matias de EzcurraProducer: Sue Stockdale
I have never said WOW so many times during an interview in my entire life. Are you ready to meet Jenn Drummond? Jen became the first female record holder to climb the second highest summits on each of the 7 continents this month!!! Jenn's humbled awareness, precision tenacity, and inspirational storytelling will leave you awestruck: […] Continue reading...
Jacki is joined by Donna Jackson of Project21, the black leadership network of the National Center for Public Policy Research. Ms. Jackson shares her recent testimony before the U.S. Congress to oppose regulation on for new vehicles, because “the proposed EPA rule has the distinction of harming black people on two continents, in the African nation of Congo as well as the U.S.” The regulation will boost car prices and “remove private car ownership from …most black Americans.” - - - - - “Mineral security”: Electric vehicles are expected to be only 10% of the national fleet by 2050 due to a lack of critical minerals and materials needed, mostly controlled by foreign adversaries. Jacki recommends “Cobalt Red: How the Blood of the Congo Powers Our Lives” for insight into how modern slavery and child labor are central to the production of materials that power our smart phones, PCs, electric vehicles, and renewable energy. The “moral clock is dialed back to colonial times,” yet there is no organized resistance to the use of these products of slavery: the U.S. has never been more reliant on foreign supply chains for critical minerals. Where are the human rights activists? - - - - - Electric vehicle makers and Ford Motor Company have made the business decision to manufacture vehicles without AM radio, a serious problem for the nation's emergency communications and preparedness. Congress appears ready to intervene. - - - - - Anarchist's anti-Capitalist “pay-as-you-go” coffee shop goes belly up after one year. What did they learn? If only the patriarchy (Sumerians) had not invented the oppressive discipline of math, the café might still be flying high.
In this episode, Lindsay and I discuss a plethora of topics in both the travel and nursing space. Lindsay shares her experience on being a travel nurse with only one year of experience, what it's like being a CRNA and why she works as a 1099 employee. Lindsay is candid about what it's like to travel with a baby and tips for other families traveling with littles. Lindsay and I discuss traveling on points and she gives her pointers on how to use your points when traveling. Plus Lindsay recalls her trip to Antarctica and gives tips for how to travel to Antarctica on a budget. I learned so much from Lindsay during this talk and if you're interested in travel nursing, family travel, traveling with points, or being a CRNA, this episode is for you! Follow Lindsay on Instagram: @lindsay_taylor3 Keep up with Kylee and all things Passports and Preemies... Podcast: @PassportsandPreemies_Talks Website: www.PassportsandPreemies.com Instagram: @PassportsandPreemies Monthly Newsletter: Sign up here!
The 2023 Frequent Miler team challenge is on. This week, Greg and Nick discuss what we've learned from past challenges and why we can't wait to see what is happening right now.00:00 Inro 00:00 Intro 01:20 Giant Mailbag 07:34 Card Talk: Business Platinum card https://frequentmiler.com/amxplatbiz/ https://frequentmiler.com/200000-membership-rewards-amex-business-platinum/ 24:50 Main Event: Conquering the impossible 26:02 Million Mile Madness 27:28 Necker Island 28:30 40K to Far Away 33:33 3 Cards 3 Continents 38:13 Party of 5 1:15:48 Question of the Week Music credit: Annie Yoder
durée : 01:19:50 - Club Jazzafip - Avant la 23e édition du festival marseillais, qui se tiendra du 8 au 23 juillet, nous invitons son directeur Hugues Kieffer ainsi que le trompettiste et chef d'orchestre américain en session live.
Meet Kristen & PL a couple with a passion so great that they decided to ride the globe over 5 years to support 5 charities. They get started this June conquering the Great Divide from BC to Mexico. Follow and support the cause.
We all love to travel, don't we? It's why we're here: listening to different stories and different perspectives from all around the globe. This week we're learning from someone who's taken multi-culturalism to the next level. Janet Sandberg is a Canadian married to an American who's lived in Canada, the United States, Germany, Indonesia, and ... Read More about 92 Raising a Family Across Three Continents [Janet Sandberg]
"When you're with a patient you take all that you know in your head, all the theory, and you throw it away. You have to listen to the patient and then maybe afterward something becomes clear - you use that ‘in-between' as a way maybe in the next session. But if you were sitting there and thinking: ‘Now the patient is in the paranoid/schizoid position…' that would be disastrous. You have to listen with your guts, your emotions, your intellect, and your body, in order to understand what is going on in a particular moment, in a particular session. Then later on you might be able to make sense of it through theory and through supervision." Episode Description: We begin with considering the cultural and linguistic contributions to intrapsychic processes and the analytic encounter. Jeanne shares with us her life story involving her 'temporary' visit to California, which became a 37-year stay that included her becoming a psychoanalyst. We discuss the meaning to her and to her analysands of her being German and how she worked with that clinically. She moved to Vienna and began teaching and practicing analysis there, enabling her to compare the two psychoanalytic cultures and methods of practice. We also take up the importance of the German language as the vehicle through which Freud discovered the unconscious. Jeanne concludes by sharing with us her ongoing sense of feeling like an immigrant, a state of mind inherent in the analytic engagement. Linked Episode: Episode 121: Polish Psychoanalysis, Ukraine and Intergenerational Trauma with Edyta Biernacka (Krakow) – IPA Off the Couch Our Guest: Jeanne Wolff-Bernstein is a psychoanalyst living and working in Vienna, Austria. She is a member and training analyst at the Wiener Arbietskreis für Psychoanalyse, where she is a member on the Board. She is also the head of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Vienna Sigmund Freud Museum, where she had also been the Fulbright Freud Visiting Scholar in Psychoanalysis in 2008. Prior to moving to Vienna, Jeanne Wolff Bernstein was the past president and supervising and personal analyst at PINC (Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California). She is still on the faculty at PINC and at the NYU Postdoctoral Program, New York, and teaches at the Wiener Arbeitskreis für Psychoanalyse (WAP) She has published numerous articles on the interfaces between psychoanalysis, the visual arts, and film. Her most recent publications include, Beyond the Bedrock in Good Enough Endings, (2010) ed. by Jill Salberg, The Space of Transition between Winnicott and Lacan in Between Winnicott and Lacan (2011) ed. by Lewis Kirshner, and the section on Jacques Lacan in The Textbook of Psychoanalysis as well as Living between two languages: A Bi-focal Perspective, in Immigration in Psychoanalysis, (2016) Dora, the unending and unraveling story, in Dora, Hysteria & Gender: Reconsidering Freud's Case Study, 2018 and Unexpected antecedents to the concept of the death drive: a return to the beginnings, in Contemporary Perspectives on the Freudian Death Drive, in Theory, Clinical Practice and Culture. 2019, 55-68. Her last publication, resulting from the 2022 EPF congress on the subject of Ideals, is entitled From Narcissus to Echo: The Imaginary Working under the Mask of the Symbolic. Her book on Edouard Manet, Framing the Past and the Gaze, is forthcoming. Recommended Readings: Lots of Freud, over and over again. Marcel Proust, A la recherche du temps perdu Winnicott, several key essays, over and over again Philip Sands, East / West Street and The Ratline Francoise Davoine, History Beyond Trauma, Shandean Psychoanalysis
Dr. Ehsan Saleki is an inspiring dentist who loves to travel and live life to the fullest. He shares his story of growing up in Iran, buying his first dental practice, and visiting all 7 continents. He emphasizes the importance of Dental Labs and offers advice to aspiring dentists looking to buy a practice - do not miss this one! Learn more at nuartdental.com Connect with Dr. Saleki on instagram: @eh_sunny and email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Frank & NuArt on Instagram: @frankatnuartdental & @lifeatnuartdental Subscribe today and tell a friend :)
High performance coach and author Melo Calarco shares tales of his worldwide journey and the lessons he learnt to live a meaningful life. WANT MORE FROM MELO? You can find Melo's new book Finding Balance Beating Burnout (Wiley, $22.22) here, see his site here, or catch him on Instagram @melocalarco_coach. WANT MORE BODY + SOUL? Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley. On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For Richard Donavan running the grueling 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon was only a way to stretch his legs before getting up the next morning to run across America…for the second time. Running seven marathons on seven continents in seven days sounds impossible, so he did it in under five.Richard is also the first person to run marathons at both the North and South Poles and now lures other likeminded athletes to join him in some of Earth's most extreme endurance races, including the North Pole Marathon, Antarctic Ice Marathon, Volcano Marathon, and World Marathon Challenge (7 Marathons 7 Continents in a leisurely 7 Days).Where to next? Space. His Space Athletics Federation is hoping to stage a race in space by early 2026.Quite a journey for an economist from Mervue, County Galway.On Irish Stew he tells of the trauma that led to his embrace of ultra long-distance running, improvising his way to becoming the first person to run a marathon at the North Pole, the friend who motivated his two cross U.S. runs, dodging coyotes while running across the American West, overcoming the mental and physical challenges of running in some of the world's harshest environments, and his push into the final frontier of extreme sports in space.Join us in a conversation that spans the continents and looks to the stars with our guide to the exquisite loneliness of the long-distance runner, Richard Donovan.LinksWebsiteso World Marathon Challengeo Ice Marathono Space Athletics Federation Social Media o Twitter - Richard Donovano Twitter: Space Athletics Federationo LinkedIno Facebook - Antarctic Ice MarathonSeamus Plugo Triumph Foundation
The Go-to Health Podcast for Christian Women Who Want to Feel, Look and Live Better God's Way! Blubrry Nominated Favorite Woman Podcaster! Ranked in the Best 20 Christian Health Podcasts! You were meant to thrive! My guest on today's show Dr. Colin Zhu is going to show you how. Dr. Zhu shares his passion about the intersection of medicine, food, and nutrition, and is also a trained chef! We discuss his masterclass series called The THR5 Formula™ where he combines inspiration, education, and practical tools on how to THRIVE! Dr. Zhu also shares his experience as a word traveler to all 7 Continents and what his travels have taught him about people and health. Listen. Apply. Transform. Would you like to be a guest on the show or have a health-related question? Send me a message! Love, Health and Blessings, Rekishia Discover More About Dr. Colin Zhu! Visit Dr. Zhu's web site: 85 | 7 Things God Wants Us to Be Intentional About in 2023
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Bestof2021: Risking the Darién Gap jungle ten thousand migrants a month from all continents, men, mothers, children, aiming for the USA. Michael.Yon/locals.com (Originally posted May 29, 2021) https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2021-05-20/panama-says-will-temporarily-close-border-with-colombia-over-covid-19-risk
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The new moon solar eclipse in Aries is a time of fast shifts and unexpected turning points. I am a Master of Energy. I understand and manipulate energies like very few can. I have manifested true love and abundance in my life and in this short episode I share with you my 4 simple steps to attracting the right people and the abundance you want in your life. Welcome to Love, Sex, and Energy, episode 101!!!Dear friends, the podcast is being downloaded in 63 COUNTRIES, 760 CITIES, on ALL 6 CONTINENTS!!!! All organically, thanks to you all sharing it! From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!!! Please help me share my LOVE energy and life-changing mind tools further by leaving me a review on Apple Podcast! THANK YOU, I am so so grateful for your time and for your love ❤️ Want to spend the next 6 months with me transforming everything you don't like in your life including learning how to overcome your stress, your anxiety, your fears and have the formula to solve any problem that comes your way? I teach it all all in this class! SIGN UP FOR YOUR SEAT IN ONE OF MY UPCOMING CLASSES THAT START THE WEEK OF MAY 1ST!!! Small groups of 8 students, classes are one hour per week, online, plus getting coached by me privately each week as well. It is a journey like no other, an energetic loving connection you won't EVER forget, I guarantee you! CLICK HERE and register now!!! Easy monthly payment plan available! I look forward to seeing you in class! For the Course on Manifesting, click here and use code hbd2022 and it is yours forever for ONLY $98!!!DM me privately @caroszabocoaching on Instagram! Send me your weekly love practice, as well as any topics you'd like me to speak about in future episodes! Thank you!VIVE L'AMOUR!!!I AM LOVE LOVE IS MY AIRAND I send you so SO much LOVE...no matter where you are in the world!Ciao Ciao! Caro.Support the showThank you for listening and sharing this episode! Follow me on Instagram @caroszabocoaching and @thelifecoach.academy for daily tips and inspiration!
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durée : 00:53:22 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir, Very Good Trip va explorer non pas un mais plusieurs continents musicaux qui étaient réunis en un seul homme qui vient, tristement, de nous quitter.
This week's podcast episode is part 5 of the series on the top 50 destinations for a 10-day trip. We dive deep into which countries in Oceania and South America (as well as Antarctica) work well for a 10-day vacation and why! Enjoy the wilderness, cities, great culture, and more!
Samsung fakes it's moon photos (leaving us to wonder if the moon landing was also filmed on a Samsung camera haha) On this episode we will be discussing “The Dead Internet Theory,” Parasitic Magickal Servitors posing as false gods, invisible realms, and the possibility that there could be more than the 7 continents we are told about. Youroneblackfriend.com #falsegods #darkmatter #chaosmagick #magickalservitors #tulpas #thoughtforms #moonlanding #conspiracytheories #philosophy #criticalthinking #scifi
(00:00) Intro (1:25) Overview (6:06) Doggerland (9:41) Population density back then (12:04) Why did it sink? (14:03) Isostatic rebounding (17:30) Bimini road (20:58) Lost continent of Mu (24:56) The Mayans (29:54) Outro Chief joins the show to talk about the lost continents around the world. We get into some recent findings from the ocean floor, civilizations that may have been lost throughout history, how accurate the Mayan calendar was, 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
Jerry Kopack followed the “laminated playbook” that many Americans are familiar with; go to college, get a job, buy the house, save for retirement, have the family, etc. etc. While he was on the path to a traditional standard of success, he wasn't fulfilled. In 2016 he set out on a 4 week bike tour in Zimbabwe with the goal of resetting himself in search of what's next. That 4 week trip turned into 2 years through a chance encounter with a mindset of “alway saying yes”. Visit www.BikesorDeath.com for a full writeup and gallery of images from Jerry's travels. Jerry's Book: The World Spins By EPISODE SPONSORS Ombraz – Use code “BOD20” for $20 off your order AND BoD will get $20 from Ombraz as a thank you! Athletic Greens – An important part of my health and wellness routine and a great way to provide the nutrients your body needs on the go and on bikepacking trips. Go to www.athleticgreens.com/bikesordeath to take advantage of a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase.
The 777 Expedition was an amazing journey, with 7 successful jumps on 7 continents in just over 6 days! For the members of the team, the impact was immediate and powerful. After being home for just over a week and finally having some time to think and process, I realized there were very powerful lessons to learn or reinforce from each continent. These lessons can apply to everyone, in both their personal and professional lives. Antarctica - Chile - Miami - Barcelona - Cairo - UAE - Australia
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #NewWorldReport: CELAC gathers the authorities of the continents. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/latin-america-caribbean-call-more-international-funding-celac-summit-2023-01-25/