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In the shift away from fossil fuels, how do countries make sure not to widen inequalities in the process? In part three of our series Climate fight: the world's biggest negotiations, we travel to the Cumbrian town of Whitehaven on England's north-west coast that could soon host the UK's first deep coal mine in more than three decades. We talk to local people for and against the mine, as well as experts in the concept of a just transition, to explore how regions like west Cumbria that have suffered from decades of deindustrialisation can thrive in the shift to a low-carbon economy. Featuring Rebecca Ford, senior lecturer in politics at the University of Strathclyde, Rebecca Willis, professor in Practice at the Lancaster Environment Centre at Lancaster University and Kieran Harrahill, PhD candidate in bioeconomy at University College Dublin.The Climate Fight podcast series is produced by Tiffany Cassidy. Sound design is by Eloise Stevens and our series theme tune is by Neeta Sarl. The series editor is Gemma Ware. You can sign up to The Conversation's free daily email here. A transcript of this episode will be available soon.Climate fight: the world's biggest negotiation is a podcast series supported by UK Research and Innovation, the UK's largest public funder of research and innovation.Further readingCumbria coal mine could usher in a net-zero-compliant fossil fuel industry – or prove it was always a fantasy, by Myles Allen, University of OxfordHow to make climate action popular, by James Patterson, Utrecht University and Marie Claire Brisbois, University of Sussex See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Systems change when people change. And people change through stories. Dr. Bruce Perry candidly offers compelling insights on the power and science of storytelling. This episode demonstrates how some of the most important things we can do to improve family well-being and change systems starts with listening. Show Notes: 01:45 | Matt shares his origin story as a caseworker and shares what happened when he stepped back from his social worker checklist and listened to someone's story. 07:00 | What are the origins of the book title “What Happened to You?” as it relates to Dr. Bruce Perry's work? 09:10 | How can we alter the trajectory of the current child welfare system? 10:12 | What happens when practitioners ask families “What happened to you,” versus “What's wrong with you?" Dr. Bruce Perry references how this question shift derived from Dr. Sandra Bloom's work on The Sanctuary Model.12:15 | Matt shares, “I think that if we're worried about kids who are coming into CPS and we're worried about their safety (which we are), then we have to be worried about their parents, their families, and their communities, too.”13:00 | Dr. Bruce Perry on his decision to use storytelling in his work.14:10 | Dr. Bruce Perry shares his insights on the impact of storytelling on a listener. 17:48 | Matt shares an audio clip from Episode 2 “LOOKING FOR THAT WARM HUG ALL MY LIFE” with Shrounda Selivanoff. 19:50 | Dr. Bruce Perry recalls his book with Oprah where she describes her experience of being seen and preludes stories from a documentary he's working on. 21:20 | How can people create powerful connections and open brave spaces for deep understanding? 22:45 | Dr. Bruce Perry asks, “how do we make it easier for our front-line people to be the providers of [full, present] moments.” 25:50 | Assessing and working towards relational wealth versus relational poverty. 26:45 | What is “traumatic wisdom” and where does it come from? 30:12 | Dr. Bruce Perry offers advice to organizations and systems on chasing change. 32:10 | Matt shares final thoughts. Resources: Documentary Film “From Place to Place” | Institute for Family EP 66: Social Workers in Film | NASW Social Work Talks Podcast Dr. Bruce Perry's website Book: What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing | Authors: Oprah Winfrey and Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Bruce Perry on 60 Minutes: Treating childhood trauma | CBS News Resources | The National Child Traumatic Stress NetworkConnect with us and support us by...Rating and reviewing the showSupporting our show through PaypalVisiting our podcast website for more contentFollowing Institute for Family on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter
Today's guest on The Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Podcast is business strategist Perry Marshall. Perry is often referred to as an internet marketing legend based on his contributions to the Pay Per Click industry. In today's conversation, Perry shares how a series of prophetic words as well as divine inspiration from his personal time with God - which he calls Memos from the Head Office - have been key to business innovation and growth. It's a fun conversation about Kingdom impact through influence and the beauty of creating spaces and opportunities for others to encounter God in the marketplace.
We talk with speaker and host of the Resilient Heart Podcast, Beverly Shoemaker. Having faced serious trauma in her own life, Beverly is no stranger to adversity. After losing a husband to suicide and her son in a drunk driving crash, she wanted to give up. She battled depression and discouragement, loneliness and pain, yet she persevered and ultimately found hope. Now she seeks to share that hope with others. Join us as we discuss how her faith helped build her resiliency as she grieves. The guest's opinions expressed in the podcast are solely those of the guest and should not reflect their employer or other associated organization's opinions. The guest's opinions do not reflect the opinion of this podcast or Faith & Grief Ministries. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faithandgrief/support
O what a conversation with Alicia Davon Alicia talks about 5 Parts (Keys to a Successful Relationship) in the Davon Method: 1. Consciousness 2. Contact 3. Chemistry 4. Choreography 5. Cultivation Alicia is offering a free “love life” consultation. She can be reached by texting her at 415-308-9580 or through this link: https://erwandavon.com/consult/ Also, their website is pleasurecourse.com
Thanks for tuning into the Catapulting Commissions Podcast with your host, Anthony Garica. Today, Anthony is sitting down with Raphael Collazo, a commercial real estate agent who has seen massive success thanks to his ability to pivot in a time of turmoil and launch his business into success. When Raphael first got into sales, he wasn't sure what to expect, but he did know that in order to be successful, he had to produce on a consistent level. Just as he was getting his name out there, the pandemic hit. Conversations suddenly came to a halt. In that moment, he knew he had to make the move online. He began producing Youtube videos and before long, he had a community of 600 members in his LinkedIn Group. Now, the results start to pay off. Raphael built his success in a way other than the tried-and-true calling prospects dozens of times. He knew it would take time to build a personal brand. It's about consistent action. When you're interacting with a potential client, they have to know you, like you, and trust you. For that to happen, a video of you allows them an opportunity to get insight into your personality. That way when you meet them in a social setting, they feel like they already know you. It breaks down the barrier of initial trust. Imposter syndrome--so many sales professionals face this challenge every day, but especially when moving into a new or unknown space. The key is to have the confidence to trust the process in becoming a good communicator and translate that to wherever your audience lives. Raphael's new book, “Before You Sign That Lease” is a comprehensive guide to commercial real estate. Especially as a start-up, signing a bad lease can cripple you in a big way. First and foremost, evaluate if you really need a space--don't get trapped into thinking having a space legitimizes your business. Don't rely on residential leasing experience for commercial--it's an entirely different beast. Knowing and understanding different kinds of leases, how costs factor in, and risk all play a major part in choosing where to land. Competition in a sales space is natural and occurs frequently. Raphael suggests focusing on something you can produce with confidence. Consistency combats limiting beliefs! Start by documenting your journey of professional development and consider producing content based on that. There aren't a lot of people doing this on a consistent basis. https://www.raphaelcollazo.com/
Just because "they" tell you should doesn't mean you actually should. That's exactly what my guest, Katrina Aronson, and I discuss in this week's episode. Finding and leaning into the marketing strategies that work for YOU, based on your personality. Despite what everyone else is doing and telling you you "should" be doing. Katrina Aronson is a marketing coach and serial entrepreneur who has built several businesses from the ground up by putting the focus on marketing. She helps entrepreneurs to start, grow, and scale their businesses using marketing as their lens. She's owned both brick and mortar and online businesses and understands the things that work, which strategies fall flat, and why! Katrina is also the host of the podcast, Through the Marketing Lens. In this episode: A time Katrina failed and how it launched her into her next chapter Misconceptions and myths around marketing, why it's not what you think it is Finding the marketing strategy that works for you What marketing and mindset have to do with one another How we can introduce ourselves more impactfully, create connection, and make a better impression right off the bat. And more! Connect with Katrina: Website Instagram Facebook Get Emily's Podcast Pitching Guide HERE
In this episode Rabbi Wildes speaks with Rabbi Dr. Jacob Schacter. Rabbi Shacter is arguably the most important scholar and spokesperson for modern orthodoxy today. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages from Harvard and received rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva Torah Vodaas. The other hat Rabbi Schacter wears, and wears well, is that of scholar extraordinaire. He has authored dozens of important scholarly articles and books that have become the mainstay of modern orthodox thought and he lectures worldwide to sellout crowds wherever he speaks. He is Senior Scholar and University Professor at Yeshiva University's Center for the Jewish Future.
Here at MinistryWatch we bring you news about Christian ministries, as well as the latest in charity and philanthropy, news that we examine from a Christian worldview perspective. Our goal is to help us become better stewards of the resources God has entrusted to us. These mid-week “Extra” episodes are a chance for us to go deep with a particular topic, and this week I want to take a deep dive into Christian higher education, because of both its pivotal role in the culture, and because Christian colleges are among the largest Christian ministries in the country. Today, we have on the program Dr. Erik Hoekstra. Erik Hoekstra serves as the fourth, and current president of Dordt University. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, he is no stranger to the role of president of a Christian college. His father served as president of Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, IL, when he was growing up, and his father-in-law was president of Trinity during his college years. Erik Hoekstra received his bachelor's degree in history and philosophy from Trinity Christian College, his master's degree in international management from The Rotterdam School of Management of Erasmus University in the Netherlands, and his Ph.D. in organizational learning and human resource development from Iowa State University. During his time at Dordt, President Hoekstra has led two capital campaigns, the building of a new Science and Technology Center, nursing simulation lab, theatre space, and Agriculture Stewardship Center. He has overseen the creation of innovative programs, such as Pro-Tech, a two-year, hands-on vocational degree. President Hoekstra also served in the process of transitioning Dordt from a college to a university in 2019. Before we go: A quick reminder that this show exists because of the generosity of our readers and listeners. We take no money from the ministries we cover. There's no advertising on our website. We are completely listener and reader-funded. If you'd like to make a donation to MinistryWatch, just go to MinistryWatch.com and hit the donate tab at the top of the page. If money is a little tight now…hey, I get it. Been there a time or two myself. You can still help the program. Just rate us on your podcast app. The more ratings we get, the higher we rank with search engines, and that means other people can find us more easily. Rating us just takes a second, and it doesn't cost you a dime. It's a free, easy, and important way you can support the MinistryWatch podcast. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, and Casey Sudduth. I'm Warren Smith, and – until next time – May God bless you.
FASD Hope is a podcast about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. Episode 91 shines a spotlight on the Hope Rising Clinic in Bothell, Washington. Hope Rising Clinic is the only clinic in the Washington region that offers comprehensive services for prenatal exposure. Podcast Host, Natalie Vecchione, speaks with Alex Lundy, M.S., CCC-SLP (Clinic Manager) and Michelle Stiller Bradley, M.A., LMHCA (Chief Program Officer) about Hope RISING Clinic. Michelle Stiller Bradley has worn many hats in her 30 year, social service career: therapist, case manager, forensic child interviewer, child abuse investigator, caseworker, advocate and director. Michelle has a Bachelor's Degree in Social Welfare, A Master's Degree in Counseling and she is pursuing a Doctorate in Healthcare Administration. Michelle currently serves as Chief Program Officer at Wonderland Child and Family Services, where she has worked for over a decade. While overseeing Wonderland's early intervention, Michelle developed a special interest in serving children with prenatal substance exposure. She has channeled this passion, and her personal experience raising a child with FASD, into the developmental of Wonderland's Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure, an innovative diagnostic and treatment center for children and families in the greater Seattle area. Michelle is also on the Board of Directors of NOFAS Washington. Her most important job (and hardest by far!) is parenting four children ages 12-23 years. Alex Lundy has been leading a multidisciplinary team providing holistic services to children with prenatal substance exposure and their families. Alex began her career in the field of neurodiversity as a behavior technician for children with autism. She found joy in discovering how to enter a child's world and to teach communication, leading her to pursue a Master's Degree in Speech - Language Pathology at University of Oregon. She has worked in a variety of settings including: early intervention, outpatient clinics and schools. Alex began to notice children in the school system with emotional regulation, social skills and impulse control - who did not have a diagnosis, but all had something in common... a history of trauma and suspected prenatal substance exposure. A few years later, Alex moved to Seattle, WA and began working at Wonderland Child and Family Services. In 2019, Hope RISING Clinic for Prenatal Substance Exposure opened their doors and Alex jumped at the chance to lead the team and learn more about the invisible disability of FASD! In this HOPE filled conversation, Michelle and Alex discuss the following: the history of Hope RISING Clinic and it's growth in the past year, programs / services / supports offered by Hope RISING, the importance of getting an FASD Diagnosis (if suspected), goals for Hope RISING and words of hope for families of those with FASD. Hope RISING R - Resources I - Interventions S - Support to I - Inspire N - Nurture and G - Grow "God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference." - The Serenity Prayer EPISODE RESOURCES - Hope Rising Clinic https://hoperisingclinic.org/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wonderlandchildfamily/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WonderlandChildandFamilyServices Twitter - https://twitter.com/wonder_families FASD HOPE RESOURCES - https://www.fasdhope.com/ email@example.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1 Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/ Clubhouse - @natalievecc Check out our new book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy BUY IT NOW!
So it looks like someone's been either made an example of, or made a scapegoat. Either way this messy situation with the NFL and John Gruden's racist homophobic bigot Emails is a BAD look. PMA chimes in...ENJOY!!!
In this podcast, Andréa Fuentes, Director of LA Opera Connects, speaks with composer Carlos Simon, librettist Sandra Seaton, and Director and Choreographer Jamar Roberts about the collaboration, artistry, and meanings in the digital short "The First Bluebird in the Morning." "The First Bluebird in the Morning" is available at LAOpera.org
Morgan is joined by Trcia Wanish, one of our Franchise Partners of our Frisco and McKinney, TX locations! She has been with Burn since what feels like day one. Tricia is a mother and business owner who once rocked the mic on the floating floor. She is breaking down some hard things she has faced in her motherhood journey and how she, and her family, have come out on the other side even stronger.There are no topics off the table today. A few things Morgan and Tricia cover are children with learning disabilities, underlying blessings in the toughest of times, the benefits of mental and physical health as a result of Burn, how she stays motivated every day, and ways she fills up her cup!Are you interested in learning more about parenting children with learning disabilities? Learn more here.
The Left-leaning mainstream media wants to silence all opinions that they do not approve of or fit their narrative. The proof is from their defiance when they are directly challenged for the actions that they take.
In the second episode of this two-part series, Maj. Dan Lessard continues a conversation with MACV-SOG veteran John Stryker Meyer, AKA "Tilt", to talk about his experiences as a Green Beret within SOG in Vietnam.For more information on the Studies and Observations Group and Meyer's experiences in Vietnam, check out his 2003 memoir titled "Across the Fence: The Secret War in Vietnam"
Libertarian twitter, Legacy media blindness, Woke conflicts of interest, A shift in the political debate sphere and more with podcast host Nick Ashley Twitter: @nick_individual, @unfitstatesman Instagram: @unfitstatesman
This interview with Peter Mellen explores the theme of pursuing awakening. Peter is a film-maker and author of numerous books, among them Ultimate Happiness: Chasing It. Finding It. Living It. He and I shared many years in the ashram and explore the idea of self-improvement as a path as well as the path of eliminating the self. The Path of Love: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNMcKu4i7Hg] Ultimate Happiness: Chasing It. Finding It. Living It. [https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Happiness-Memoir-Peter-Mellen/dp/1461099226] The Group of Seven: [https://www.amazon.com/Group-Seven-Peter-Mellen/dp/0771058152/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+group+of+seven+peter+mellen&qid=1631288893&s=books&sr=1-1]
This week, poet, memoirist, and translator E.J. Koh on the untranslatability of Han. “Han is very difficult for me to define,” Su Cho agrees. “The dictionary definition is ‘an internalized feeling of deep grief, regret, anger, and sorrow, which is felt by all Koreans,' but this is complicated because what does it mean to define an entire country by its trauma? And how can those of us who feel the lingering effects, but didn't live through its history, write about it?” Koh's work runs into the fog of what we don't know—yet. This conversation features excerpts from her memoir, The Magical Language of Others, which includes translated letters written by Koh's mother, and her poem “American Han” from the October issue of Poetry.
Keltie Maguire is a clarity coach who's originally from Canada and now lives in Germany. It's only in the last six months, as she nears her 40th birthday, that Keltie's reached a 95% confidence in her choice to embrace a life without children. That last 5% is super important, because Keltie isn't someone to fully close the door on any possibility, preferring to live the most dynamic life possible. You'll hear about how for Keltie, like so many of us, the desire to be a mother simply never arrived, and how she found her way through this ambivalence, towards a joyful, fulfilling life. This one's a must-listen if you aren't sure whether you want children or not, as Keltie and I swap strategies for finding clarity and feeling comfortable with the life path you're currently on.Find out more about Keltie at keltiemaguire.com and check out The Clarity Podcast wherever you get podcasts.Listen to the We are Childfree episode with 78-year-old childfree trailblazer Marcia Drut-Davis, and my interviews with other older women role models Barbara Krulik and Shelley.The books we talked about in this episode are The Baby Decision: How to Make The Most Important Choice of Your Life by Merle Bombardieri, and Wanting: The Power of Mimetic Desire in Everyday Life by Luke Burgis.
Few things are as essential to the global barista community as Barista Magazine. For 16 years they have been "Serving people Serving Coffee" and advancing the knowledge, craft, and profession of the barista with every issue. Barista Magazine gives a platform and voice to the vibrant and amazing people who make amazing coffee and today we get to talk with the founders, Sarah Allen and Kenneth Olsen, All about how it started, grew, and their perspectives on the growth of the industry they have been faithfully reflecting all these years. Sarah Allen, the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Barista Magazine, has been a driving force in the international barista movement from its outset, writing thoughtfully and compellingly about the barista craft, as well as contributing numerous stories on the subculture of baristas to multiple magazines and newspapers. Sarah has worked in a variety of editorial positions in her 20 years of professional publishing experience, as a staff writer for The Oakland Tribune in the San Francisco Bay Area; as a staff writer for The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Ore.; as a freelance writer for such publications as WebMD, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and The Hollywood Reporter; and as the Editor of Fresh Cup Magazine. She holds a Master's degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon in Eugene, Ore., and a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of California in Davis, California. Publisher Kenneth R. Olson has more than two decades of experience working as a writer and editor for both mainstream and specialty coffee publications. Kenneth's work has appeared in a number of publications, including academic journals, Oregon Humanities, and The New York Times. Kenneth holds a Master's degree in Communications from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and a Bachelor's degree in History and Communications from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. I am old enough to remember when Barista magazine first came out only 6 years into my own career in coffee and what an impact it made. I have known Sarah and Ken for a good portion of that time and so getting to interview them here on this show feels truly magical. I hope you enjoy this conversation! We cover: Beginning at the perfect time Creating and curating the first issue Highlighting baristas and connecting the community Listening as essential to serving well Providing tools, education and lifting up the barista Accessibility of information Global spread of barista culture Rise of barista in producing countries Providing clear learning pathways Why there is no “right” answer How owners can meet barista's needs right now Links: www.baristamagazine.com Instagram @baristamagazine Related Episodes: 306 : A Conversation w/ 2004 U.S. Barista Champion, Bronwen Serna! 305 : Founder Friday! w/ Andrew Sinclair of MadLab Coffee, Los Angeles, CA 294 : At Origin Roasting Revolution w/ Luis Fernando, founder of Amor Perfecto! 252 : Founder Friday w/ Klaus Thompson of the Coffee Collective, Denmark Visit our amazing Sponsors! www.prima-coffee.com/keys www.pacficfoodservice.com www.coffeefest.com
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's easy to forget other issues continue to affect our society. One of those issues: substance abuse and addiction, and on a new episode of the Conversations with KidsPeace podcast we discuss how KidsPeace's treatment programs are serving clients in need in the COVID age. The Conversations with KidsPeace podcast is sponsored by Spyglass Solutions. www.spyglasssolutions.org/conversations
Podcaster, Teacher and Coach Joe Ferraro joins this episode and talks about: What comes to the surface in a normal conversation. The elevation of great conversation and the Third person involved. Everyday conversations turning into podcasts. Getting a free question with a guest. What 1% better sounds like to him. A movie scene that describes conversation. The real struggle in asking questions. Losing a former student and its impact. Becoming the youngest College Baseball coach in the country and the lesson he learned from the experience. The daily reckoning of doing the right thing. Being a more open communicator than his father. The intentionality of the 3 C's of Conversation. Conversation being playful. Connect with Joe on Twitter @FerraroOnAir and find the Damn Good Conversation podcast and the 1% Better Conversations wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/XcRcaUz-c2M
828- Jeff Badu is a parallel entrepreneur and a wealth multiplier. He's a Licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and the founder and CEO of Badu Enterprises, LLC, which is a multinational conglomerate that owns several key companies. His marquee company is Badu Tax Services, LLC, which is a CPA firm that specializes in tax preparation, tax planning, and tax representation for individuals and businesses. Another key company is Badu Investments, LLC, which is a real estate investment company that acquires residential and commercial rental real estate properties in areas such as the South Side of Chicago in efforts to restore traditionally underserved areas. What sparked his interest in launching these companies is his passion for helping people minimize their tax liability and ultimately multiplying their money by investing it and building multi-generational wealth. His purpose in life is to inspire and support the super hungry to take hold of infinite resources in order to create an abundant lifestyle. He's extremely passionate about financial literacy and currently hosts various financial literacy workshops throughout the country. He's a public speaker and his overall mission in life is very simple: to make a lasting positive impact in as many lives as possible, especially when it comes to their finances. https://www.jeffbadu.com/ ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support
Welcome to episode 187 of Profit Boss® Radio! In this episode, we're talking about cryptocurrency–but also something even bigger than that. There are some people who have made millions in crypto, but there are plenty who have lost everything, and many more who are still on the fence. You might already know that I've gone on the record saying that it's okay to say yes or no to crypto. It's not about whether crypto assets are good or bad, but whether you–as an investor–understand their characteristics and how crypto can work in your financial life. That's why I wanted to break it down and share my thoughts on the pros and cons of crypto. With so many investment opinions and strategies available today, I think it's even more important to make sure that you're making informed financial decisions that are right for you. So, if you've been hearing a lot about crypto and Bitcoin lately and thinking about taking the plunge, I want to help you develop a better understanding of how the choices you make can help (or hurt) your chances of achieving your financial goals. And if I can provide value by saving countless hours of your time, and large amounts of your hard-earned money, then that's a win-win in my book and I'll take those wins every time. Here's what you'll find out in this week's episode of Profit Boss® Radio: The benefits of having strict systems in any part of your life–including an investment philosophy. How FOMO informs the behavior of so many investors. The two basic investment philosophies of active and passive investing–and why one almost always outperforms the other over a long period of time. Why passive investors, in general, do not need to consider crypto assets. What makes crypto so much more like a game of chance than investing in an index fund. Show Notes To get access to the full show notes, including all the resources mentioned, visit https://hilaryhendershott.com/crypto-principles-based-conversation Follow Hilary on: Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook YouTube Subscribe to Profit Boss® Radio Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts
Pastor Mark and Emily Brown talk about being a millennial in church, refugee resettlement, anxious churches, control the narrative, messy church, and much more. This is a great conversation about Non-Anxious Churches - you will want to hear this discussion.
Sure, Raimi did shakycam first… but did he give an actor a camera and tell them to just act like a dickweed for a few days and then scare the bajeezus out of him? No, that is Blair Witch territory – a movie franchise you either love or hate. Maybe you love it because you fell for the gimmick of a movie that might have been real. Maybe you loathe the handicam films that it spawned. Perhaps, you love the whole mythos of the Burkittsville, MD creepy cryptid and need to know everything… No matter what your stance is, they did a movie in 2016 that you didn’t see – and we’re going to review it. Is it as original as the first one? Does it answer the questions we threw into the damned river? Does it blow snotbubbles and apologize? Find out on Something In Review! Ok, here we go.. standing in the corner… Full Episode
Welcome to Episode 149 of the Worship Leader Probs Podcast! There's so much to look forward to in this episode as Brian and Jen share a tremendous conversation with Nathan Del Turco, a great worship leader, author, creative leader, and songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. This conversation is sure to inspire and encourage you in your own faith and ministry - so buckle up and get ready to dive in and hear Nathan's story! And don't forget - There's also an unbelievably hilarious round of prayer concerns to look forward to as well! Check it out - and like, comment, subscribe, and share with a friend! Learn more and stay connected with >>> Worship Leader Probs (instagram.com/worshipleaderprobs) // Brian Tabor (instagram.com/briantabor) // Jen Smale (instagram.com/jensmale) // Nathan Del Turco (instagram.com/nathandelturco) Special thank you to our friends at Maven Media Productions for editing the podcast [Follow @mavenmediaproductions and visit www.mavenmediaproductions.com], and our great friend Scott Hoke for the voiceover intro [Visit www.scotthokevoice.com].
It's that time of night. The time every child knows. Bedtime, the time of day the lights go out, and one are expected to lay down and sleep. It's often a time of peace and relaxation, until through the corner of the doorway, down the dimly lit hall, you see a little boy. A little boy who shouldn't be there staring at you. You quickly pull the covers over your head, only to peek out and discover that the little boy is still there. This moment would begin a paranormal journey that would take Chris Nielson to places he never imagined. This is his story. PART 2 - AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY - LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss: Does Chris believe that he's bringing a “ghost boy” to him on every investigation? What happened at Edinburgh Manor that made it so haunted? What happened to Chris when he locked himself in the Edinburgh Manor for seven days? What do the spirits of Edinburgh Manor want with those who visit it? As a Grave Keeper, for $5 per month you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!) Listen to part two of this interview and get exclusive access to HUNDREDS of bonus episodes at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks
Chanda Smith Baker has over 20 years of experience working in, for, and with underestimated communities. In 2017, Chanda joined The Minneapolis Foundation as the Senior Vice President of Impact where she oversees the Foundation's grantmaking programs, provides strategic direction to community initiatives and partnerships, and is the event and podcast host of the award-winning Conversations with Chanda. Previously, Chanda served at Pillsbury United Communities where she led the complex community-based nonprofit to pursue bold strategies to address systemic inequities. She spent 17 years at the organization and served in a variety of leadership positions before assuming the role of President and CEO in 2011. Under her leadership as CEO, the organization launched several impactful efforts such as the purchase and relaunch of North News and the opening of North Market, a full-service grocery store in North Minneapolis. In addition to Chanda's civic leadership being recognized with a variety of awards and commendations, she has served on numerous nonprofit and philanthropic boards throughout her career. Chanda is a proud native and current resident of North Minneapolis. Learn about how our Team Performance System and Personal Brand Strategy can Help You Serve Well and Sell More at www.voiceofinfluence.net Read the transcript here: https://www.voiceofinfluence.net/209 Give and receive feedback that makes a difference! Register for our 20 minute Deep Impact Method video course here: www.voiceofinfluence.net/deepimpact
This bonus episode contains our complete conversation with DC Glenn, aka DC the Brain Supreme! What a thrill it was to have hip-hop legend DC Glenn, aka DC the Brain Supreme, from TAG TEAM as our special guest this week! With his musical partner Steve Rollin, Tag Team rose to prominence in the early '90s with one of the most greatest party jams of all time, "Whoomp! There It Is". The song has been so ubiquitous and enduring over the past 28 years that Tag Team were back again in 2021 with everyone's favorite GEICO commercial, "Scoop! There It Is". Sprinkles! DC shares some amazing stories about the song, his career and offers some valuable and inspirational life lessons about tenacity, triumph, education and creating your own opportunities to thrive and become invaluable. There is some serious TED Talk level greatness going on here, folks. The main episode contains our abridged conversation with DC, but you don't not want to miss the entire conversation in our special bonus episode. So, can YOU rock the party?!? For more on DC The Brain Supreme: https://www.tagteambackagain.com On all social media platforms: @dcglennatl @tagteamwhoomp #scoopthereitis #sprinkles #tagteam #whoompthereitis
In this conversation with Steven Pinker on his new book Rationality, the Harvard psychologist and Michael Shermer discuss how today humanity is reaching new heights of scientific understanding — and also appears to be losing its mind. How can a species that developed vaccines for COVID-19 in less than a year produce so much fake news, medical quackery, and conspiracy theorizing? Pinker rejects the cynical cliché that humans are simply irrational — cavemen out of time saddled with biases, fallacies, and illusions. After all, we discovered the laws of nature, lengthened and enriched our lives, and set out the benchmarks for rationality itself. We actually think in ways that are sensible in the low-tech contexts in which we spend most of our lives, but fail to take advantage of the powerful tools of reasoning we've discovered over the millennia: logic, critical thinking, probability, correlation and causation, and optimal ways to update beliefs and commit to choices individually and with others. These tools are not a standard part of our education — but they should be.
Mira shares her work with EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique with Amy in this Inspired Conversation. Mira is a Integrative Psychotherapist and Wellness Coach. She work with people who feel ready to let go of their old story line, and walk into a bigger, more fulfilling life! She dives into EFT in this Inspired Conversation. Learn. Create. Thrive. www.AmySchuber.com
In the last episode, I talked about the cost of singleness. In keeping with the money and relationship topics here on Mindfully Rich Podcast, today I'm discussing the financial benefits of marriage. Not being exclusive or being seriously committed to someone, but marriage. I get it, you never want to get married just to obtain the benefits and I'm definitely not promoting that, but being the resident money girl that I am, I want you to be informed and understand the financial benefits that come with marriage because there are quite a few! Now let's get into it!Music Artist & Title InspirationArtist Jagged Edge | Song - Let's Get Married Connect with RichE on Instagram Keep up with the pod on Instagram - @Mindfully_Rich_Podcast
¡Hola! Welcome to m-episode 8.2 of the Live Lingua Spanish Podcast. ¿Ready to learn Spanish? Welcome to Unit 8 of the Live Lingua Spanish Podcast. This m-episode is an introduction to shopping in a department store. You'll hear a common conversation that might take place between two people in the store. Don't worry if you don't understand it all yet -- we'll get to that and by the end of this unit, you will be shopping like a pro. Let's get started! ¡Empecemos! To read the transcripts of this m-episode additional free practice you can find it on our website here: https://www.livelingua.com/podcast/8-2-conversation-shopping-in-a-department-store If you are enjoying the podcast you can subscribe and leave a review (¡gracias!) where ever you like to get your podcasts: iTunes Stitcher Google Play ¡Hasta pronto!
Dielle talks with her own business coach, Kathryn Morrison. Dielle shares the top lessons she learned and Kathryn talks about her favorite moments working with Dielle. They also discuss the coaching industry and why it is such a powerful place. Follow Dielle @diellecharon
Welcome back to the monthly edition of our Chit Chat series with Tony Castillo, Dezi Abeyta, and yours truly! In today's unplanned chat, we dove into the topic of calories and if they are the only thing to focus on for weight loss. More than that, we discuss the topic of IDENTITY and how that reflects on your choices and who you want to become. From understanding who you are now to that renewed, improved, 2.0 version of yourself! Here is how you can connect to each one of the hosts Antonio Castillo https://www.instagram.com/coach_tonycastillo/ Dezi Abeyta https://www.instagram.com/fitdadscoach/ and don't forget to subscribe to Dezi's new podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cant-believe-i-made-it-podcast/id1496203184 TO CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition Our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1934943366627043/?ref=bookmarks FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide tap here To download my Macro friendly meal planning guide tap here TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Planos Nutrition Club - tap here FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application
Conversation 235: The Story, Journey and Passion of Kate Agnew, APD Today's conversation is with Kate Agnew, an Accredited Practising Dietitian who caught a glimpse of food insecurity as a child sitting in school lunch. Kate knew her passion was not in clinical dietetics and during her training had an amazing volunteer experience which has led to massive opportunities. She is a podcaster and self educated tech wiz as the Marketing & Communications Director at Dietitian Connection. Please enjoy my conversation with Kate. www.anneelizabethrd.com Copyright © 2021 AEHC & OPI Song: One Of These Days Artist: The Gemini www.thegeminimusic.com Music used by permission. All rights received. © ASCAP OrtmanMusic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anneelizabethrd/message
This week I'm exploring money and relationships here on Mindfully Rich Podcast and I'm analyzing the cost of the single life. When people think of single life, they probably think of the allure of no rules, or restrictions. While being able to go where you want to go and do what you want to do when you want to do it may be attractive, it also can be expensive. Because I'm a money girl, I'm here to bust your bubble and talk about the money side of singleness and how it can affect your finances? Let's get into it!Music Artist & Title InspirationArtist Lil Wayne | Song - Single Connect with RichE on Instagram Keep up with the pod on Instagram - @Mindfully_Rich_Podcast
We are finally joined by Abbie Chatfield on the podcast! We talk about her season of the Bachelor, all of us probably having ADHD, her plethora of sex toys and reminisce on our trauma bonding. Queen, villain, normal hot girl, we stan See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What is a creatrix, you might ask? According to Stephanie Raffelock the word creatrix is defined as “a woman who makes or creates things.” Stephanie suggests that creatrix may be a good replacement for crone when it comes to selecting an archetype for women to age into. We love the idea of a woman continuing to “make things” beyond the biological clock of fertility. Stephanie Raffelock herself is a creatrix. She is a storyteller and writer who published two books after she was 50. Creatrix Rising is her latest, and we were thrilled to speak with her about it on this week's Twisting the Plot Podcast. Listen as Stephanie shares her story, the plot twists, and the role models who inspired her along the way. There is the poet Richard Blanco, her grandmother Julia, and the magical neighbor Austin. Relationships matter to Stephanie. And now she matters to us. We need to remind ourselves that as with all kinds of evolution, there is no destination point, no complete, all-the-way healing, but rather more unfolding, more work to be done. We grow psychologically and spiritually until the time we die. Stephanie Raffelock, The Creatrix Rising Learn more about Stephanie Raffelock at https://www.byline-stephanie.com/
Recorded on YouTube on 13 October 2021. Join Noam Chomsky for a talk, then in conversation with E. Tammy Kim on the brutal realities laid bare by the COVID-19 pandemic—and the urgent need for an alternative to capitalism. This was a Readings and Conversations event. This event was in partnership with Haymarket Books. https://s3.amazonaws.com/media.lannan.org/podcasts/consequences-of-capitalism-211013.mp3 Duration: […]
9 PM EST = This show will give important current and historical information about the Reparations movement that the average person may or may not know. We want people of Afrikan descent to have basic information as well as not perpetuate misinformation about the Reparations movement to be more effective supporters of the reparations movement.