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Drunk Ex-Pastors
Podcast #381: 2021: Depression, Mid-Life Crises, and Impending Death

Drunk Ex-Pastors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 86:52


In this episode of DXP we springboard from the term “discography” into a discussion of the  fast-moving nature of tech. We recount what is perhaps the coolest fight we've ever had with each other (and it just happened the other day!), and then spend the second half of the show discussing depression, mid-life crises, and the looming threat of death. Biebers involve scales and clothes.

Reasons to be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd
225. BACK TO NATURE: tackling the biodiversity and climate crises

Reasons to be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 43:36


Hello! This week we head for the peatlands, get in the sea, and go in search of UK's lost rainforests to explore ecosystems beyond the trees. Could restoring these habitats play a significant part in achieving net-zero? And what else needs to be done to tackle the UK's nature crisis?Joining us are Kate Jennings (with a canine cameo), Guy Shrubsole and Richard Unsworth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Impact Investing Podcast
42 - Leveraging technology and a human-centred focus to better manage crises response

The Impact Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 59:25


While some might argue that the world is a much better place than it was thousands, hundreds of years, or even decades ago, it's hard not to feel like the world's problems are greater than ever. In the past five years alone we've experienced a string of heart-wrenching global crises that have come fast and furious.Haiti, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic have all been hit by terrible natural disasters. We've seen the Syrian civil war, Venezuelan and Afghanistan refugee crises', and the Rohingya genocide to name a few. Exacerbating these catastrophes is the COVID-19 global pandemic. So despite our progress, it often feels as if the world's needs are greater than ever and we have a long way to go before approaching anything resembling true equality.Enter today's guest, Natasha Freidus, Co-Founder and CEO of NeedsList; a Public Benefit Corporation creating human-centred solutions for communities displaced by climate change, conflict, and poverty worldwide. The idea for NeedsList was sparked in 2015 at the height of the refugee crisis in Europe when Tasha was in France trying to help local Syrian refugee families, and her co-founder Amanda Levinson was in Philadelphia trying to figure out how more quickly and effectively gets goods and services across the globe to those in need.The challenge is that the needs of people in crises are overwhelming and constantly changing, and it is difficult to keep track of what is needed and which organizations have the products, services, or expertise to meet those needs. In short, matching supply and demand has been incredibly difficult. That's when Tasha decided to hack an online wedding registry as a way to solve the problem; in the process, the idea for NeedsList was born.During this episode, Tasha and I discuss how and why it's so difficult to match supply from well-meaning groups and organizations with the needs of people on the ground who are suffering through crises. Our conversation spans the gamut from the original problem Tasha experienced first hand, the journey to founding and funding NeedsList, the evolving nature of global crises over the past decade, and the challenges around impact measurement & management. And be sure to stay tuned to the very end when Tasha discusses the opportunities she's seeing to use machine learning and AI to gain new insights into the nature and causes of global crises so that we can address the problems before they happen.Resources from this episode:NeedsList website: www.needslist.coNeedsList TwitterNeedsList FacebookNeedsList LinkedInNatasha's LinkedIn Profile

Palisade Radio
Doomberg: All Crises Lead to the Great Reset

Palisade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 63:42


Tom welcomes the little green chicken otherwise known as Doomberg. They are an anonymous publishing firm that posts on substack. Doomberg comes from the basis of significant industrial experience. They have a unique understanding of just-in-time supply chains. It's fairly easy for them to understand what is occurring in the global logistics systems. They take pride in their ability to explain complex topics. He discusses potential problems with line five which is a key pipeline and major source of energy for the United States. Green energy is having a serious impact on oil markets. He notes that many politicians don't understand the important difference between baseload energy and other more limited forms of energy. There is a catastrophic failure of leadership around energy in Europe and we're just beginning to see the problems. They are questioning the availability of oil supplies and the long-term risks of shale oil. We're seeing a decapitalization of prior investments in shale wells. In addition, OPEC may be overstating its ability to produce. The emerging economies are going to need ever-increasing amounts of energy. There is no way we can decarbonize the global economy without massive human starvation if we don't rely more on nuclear. Social media could magnify the speed of communication around supply and inflation problems. This could have serious consequences for the economy and markets should we see panic. Doomberg often discusses the impacts of high natural gas prices on fertilizer production and prices. We are looking at much higher food prices as a result of gas shortages. China, Russia, and India are stockpiling gold along with other commodities. They are believed to be underreporting their stockpiles of gold. Any price suppression in the West is only benefitting these countries that continue to buy. Lastly, he discusses some of the speculative risks around cryptocurrencies. Talking Points From This Episode The consequences of poor decision-making.Nuclear, global energy concerns, and green energy.Natural gas, fertilizer, and higher food prices.Speculation in crypto, the risks, and concerns around Tether. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction1:10 - Unintended Consequences3:20 – Urgent Call – Line 56:38 – Europe and Energy11:52 - Three Hundred Oil?16:19 - Emerging Economies18:57 - Nuclear & Uranium22:10 - Riots & Pain Points23:06 - Social Media & Inflation26:38 - Agriculture Impacts35:41 - China & Protectionism39:55 - Gold & The East42:50 - Debt Reset Inevitable45:32 - Golden Deception51:01 - Money Haters53:20 – Roles for Gold & Silver54:36 - Crypto Speculation1:00:31 - Kazakhstan & Mining1:01:47 - Wrap Up Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/DoombergTWebsite: https://doomberg.substack.com Doomberg is the anonymous publishing arm of a bespoke consulting firm providing advisory services to family offices and c-suite executives. Its principals apply their decades of experience across heavy industry, private equity, and finance to deliver innovative thinking and clarity to complex problems.

The Todd Starnes Podcast
Why the Democrats' framing of January 6th is misleading… and How Biden is using the anniversary to distract from his many crises

The Todd Starnes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 110:18


On Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla, Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan explains how Democrats have politicized the events that took place at the Capitol on January 6th, 2021. PLUS, Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs reacts to Vice President Kamala Harris' comments likening that day to other tragedies in American history such as Pearl Harbor and 9/11.  [00:00:00] Dems' misleading narrative about Jan. 6th [00:16:39] Bad Jan. 6th comparisons [00:18:22] Dems wrong about severity of Jan. 6th [00:32:50] People didn't risk their lives to vote [00:36:45] Biden trying to distract us from his many cris [00:53:23] Coastal elites don't get it [00:55:08] Rep. Jim Jordan [01:12:48] Jimmy upcoming TV hits and appearances [01:13:30] Why people are actually mad at Harris [01:30:04] Dems hypocrisy about Jan. 6th [01:31:54] Rep. Andy Biggs [01:48:57] Jimmy upcoming TV appearances

AM/PM Podcast
Starting A Business In Time of Crises, Plus A Little SEO Love

AM/PM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 32:00


Today, we speak with GR0's CEO, Kevin Miller, who tells his story about starting a business right before the pandemic and his best SEO tips for 2022.

Grand bien vous fasse !
Parents d'ados : comment surmonter les crises ?

Grand bien vous fasse !

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 51:53


durée : 00:51:53 - Grand bien vous fasse ! - par : Ali Rebeihi - L'adolescence, cette nouvelle naissance d'un point de vue hormonal. Avec à la clé des transformations qui vont bouleverser la vie biologique, psychique, sociale. - réalisé par : Claire DESTACAMP

The President's Inbox
TPI Replay: Democratic Crises in U.S. History, With Suzanne Mettler

The President's Inbox

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:13


In this special series of The President's Inbox on the future of democracy, James M. Lindsay speaks with experts to discuss whether and where democratic governance is faltering around the world. This week, Suzanne Mettler, John L. Senior professor of American Institutions in the Government Department at Cornell University, places the current crisis of American democracy in historical perspective. This episode is part of the Council on Foreign Relations' Diamonstein-Spielvogel Project on the Future of Democracy. (This is a rebroadcast.)   Books Mentioned in the Podcast   Suzanne Mettler and Robert C. Lieberman, Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy (2020)

Les Locomotives
EP 49 - MANON - MES CRISES D'ANGOISSE SONT DEVENUES MA FORCE

Les Locomotives

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 57:02


En juin 2011, Manon ressent des symptômes très étranges, des symptômes effrayants mais elle ne comprend pas de quoi il s'agît.  Elle dit à son frère : « Je suis entrain de mourir, appelle les pompiers »  Ce fut sa première expérience aux urgences et ce ne sera pas la dernière.     A l'époque, elle n'identifie pas la cause.  Mais ses crises d'angoisses continuent pendant un long mois.       On lui parlait de stress, de crise de spasmophilie mais Manon ne comprend pas, pour elle ce n'est pas clair.     Elle commence alors à tester plusieurs méthodes. Elle va voir un magnétiseur et comme par magie les symptômes disparaissent…     Elle commence à travailler, se remet avec son ex avec un seul objectif en tête : partir à l'étranger durant 2 ans. Elle cumule les emplois et met un maximum d'argent de côté.     Fin juin 2015 elle rentre en France, 2 jours après un mal de dos survient, elle ne se sent pas bien durant une semaine et à la fin de la semaine une pointe dans sa poitrine survient.     Elle qui ne se considère pas du tout angoissée, elle n'accepte pas que cela pourrait être dû au psychologique.     Elle passe alors tout l'été avec cette pointe dans la poitrine.     Arrive le mois d'octobre et d'un coup une montée de stress puissante se présente.  Elle met les mains à son cou, elle ne sent plus son cœur, elle interpelle un vieux monsieur dans la rue depuis sa fenêtre et lui explique qu'elle a besoin d'aide et là elle comprend que ça recommence.     Alors que s'est-il passé ? Comment a-t-elle pu gérer ses crises dans son quotidien et surtout au travail ? Quand et comment a-t-elle compris que ses crises étaient des crises d'angoisse ?     Comment est-ce que cela a évolué ? Pourquoi Manon a-t-elle en plus de ça déclenché des phobies ? Pourquoi les crises ont pris encore plus d'ampleur au point de ne plus lui laisser de répit ?  A-t-elle pu conserver une vie sociale normale ?  Et pourquoi lorsqu'elle part en vacances à Bali, plus aucune crise ne se présente.     Sa vie a été mise en pause durant 3 ans…  Alors comment a t'elle fait pour s'en sortir ?  

Reportage International
Les «entreprises récupérées», symboles d'une Argentine où les crises se suivent et se ressemblent

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 2:32


Grèves générales, manifestations durement réprimées, démission du gouvernement : en décembre 2001, l'Argentine traverse la crise économique, politique et sociale la plus traumatisante de son histoire récente. Alors que l'économie s'effondre, partout dans le pays, des ouvriers occupent leurs usines, et s'organisent en coopératives pour reprendre le contrôle de leur outil de travail. 20 ans plus tard, certaines de ces « entreprises récupérées » existent encore, en dépit des crises économiques à répétition. De notre correspondant à Buenos Aires, Il est 9h du matin en banlieue de Buenos Aires. Les ouvriers de l'usine métallurgique de la Coopérative du 19 décembre, se mettent au travail. Perché sur un tabouret, Jorge, la soixantaine, fait passer des plaques de fer dans une presse hydraulique de 300 tonnes. « Je travaille ici depuis 1992. D'abord pour l'entreprise privée, puis pour la coopérative depuis ses débuts », raconte-t-il. L'usine a en effet connu deux périodes très différentes. Jusqu'au début des années 2000, elle est administrée par Isaco, une entreprise de pièces automobiles. Mais en décembre 2001, l'économie argentine s'effondre, et Isaco baisse le rideau. « Nous, les ouvriers, étions suspendus, certains avaient été licenciés. Seuls quelques contremaîtres en qui les propriétaires avaient confiance continuaient à travailler clandestinement, car c'est interdit pour une entreprise en faillite », se souvient Enrique Iriarte. Certains ouvriers, comme lui, continuent malgré tout de venir chaque jour devant l'usine. « Le 19 décembre 2002, on a décidé de rentrer de force dans l'usine et de l'occuper. On est rentré et on est resté, on est même allé jusqu'à dormir ici », ajoute-t-il. Une usine gérée avec fierté par les cols bleus Depuis ce jour, l'usine fonctionne sans patron. Enrique Iriarte, qui n'a jamais quitté son bleu de travail et la chaîne de production est le président de la coopérative du 19 décembre, qui gère l'usine. Les bénéfices sont répartis entre les travailleurs, et les décisions sont prises collectivement, explique Benjamin Carro, le trésorier de la coopérative. « On organise des assemblées pour informer les collègues, leur expliquer : “voilà ce qu'il se passe, on doit prendre telle ou telle décision...”. On en discute, et puis on vote » Les années passent, la situation économique s'améliore, et le carnet de commande de la coopérative se remplit. Mais en 2018, l'Argentine bascule dans une nouvelle crise, et la demande de pièces automobiles dégringole. Il faut se réinventer. Les ouvriers se serrent la ceinture, et se mettent à produire des bancs d'écoles ou des barreaux de fenêtre pour maintenir l'activité. La coopérative n'a jamais arrêté de travailler. Avec des problèmes, comme toutes les entreprises, mais on n' a jamais arrêté de travailler. Après toutes ces années, on avait compris que si on faisait tous des efforts, on allait y arriver. On avait déjà ce qu'il fallait pour tenir. Et ça c'est une vraie fierté, avoir réussi à nous inscrire dans le temps. On compte actuellement près de 300 entreprises récupérées en Argentine, qui font travailler plus de 18 000 personnes. 20 ans après la crise de 2001, les coopératives et l'autogestion se sont enracinés dans le paysage social d'un pays où les crises se suivent et se ressemblent.

Security Management Highlights
January 2022: Managing Crises, From Winter Storms to Mental Health to Evacuations

Security Management Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 38:56


Is Texas ready for another massive winter storm? Beth Garza joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to explain what happened to cause the February 2021 blackouts and power shortages and what the state has done to prepare for 2022. Also in this episode, learn about crisis intervention methods and programs with Dave Weiner and how schools can practice better parent/student reunifications after an emergency or evacuation with Guy Bliesner.

TIME's The Brief
Climate Crises Dominated 2021. But These Innovations Offer Some Hope... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 30:59


Included in this episode: 1. Climate Crises Dominated 2021. But These Innovations Offer Some Hope 2. The New Year's Resolution to Make When Everything Feels Out of Your Control 3. A Tribute to the People We Lost in 2021 4. Harry Reid, Understated Political Strategist Who Mastered the Inside Game, Dies at 82 5. How John Madden Became the Most Influential Person in NFL History 6. A Fugitive Evaded Police for 3 Years, But He Couldn't Evade China's COVID-19 Tracking Rules .

TIME's Top Stories
Climate Crises Dominated 2021. But These Innovations Offer Some Hope

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 5:10


After a rare pandemic-related dip in 2020, global carbon emissions bounced back with a vengeance. Climate disasters seemed relentless over the summer, from flooding in Western Europe and China to wildfires in Siberia and the American West. And although world leaders made some headway at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, their new emission-reduction commitments aren't nearly enough to get the world back on track.

Capital Daily
Narrations: Salt Spring Island's Dueling Crises

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 30:08


We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, “Salt Spring Island's Dueling Crises” by Jimmy Thomson. Narrated by Martin Bauman.    Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic

This Is Hell!
2021 FAVORITE: Tanvi Misra / Broader Crises

This Is Hell!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 61:43


July conversation with writer Tanvi Misra on her article "Broader Crises" for The Baffler. Suggested by Jeff G, David G. and Derek B.

Climate Breaking News ALLATRA
Everybody must know the Truth | International Discussion. "Global Crisis. Time for the Truth"

Climate Breaking News ALLATRA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 43:54


After the international online conference “Global Crisis. Time for the Truth ” was held, it became obvious that our society is on the brink. Crises are observed in various spheres of life, including the climatic, ecological and the most terrible - the crisis of humanness. People around the world need help but face aggression, cruelty and even slavery.

Global Summitry Podcasts
Shaking the Global Order, S2, Ep 8: Ikenberry on the impact of the US-China Rivalry

Global Summitry Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 27:01


I was pleased to have John Ikenberry back in the virtual studio with us to focus in part on current American foreign policy under the Biden Administration. The immediate occasion was the recently concluded ‘Summit for Democracy' called for by the President when he ran against then President Trump. More broadly I wanted to explore with John the rising tensions in the US-China relationship and its impact on the liberal international order that John has written and spoken about over the last two decades. So join me and John as we explore current American foreign policy and how it is reshaping the global order. G. John Ikenberry is the Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University in the Department of Politics and the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. He is also Co-Director of Princeton's Center for International Security Studies. Professor Ikenberry is the author of eight books, mostly recently A World Safe for Democracy: Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global Order (Yale 2020), and Liberal Leviathan: The Origins, Crisis, and Transformation of the American System (Princeton, 2011) and After Victory: Institutions, Strategic Restraint, and the Rebuilding of Order after Major Wars (Princeton, 2001)

Eco d'ici Eco d'ailleurs
2021: année de crises majeures

Eco d'ici Eco d'ailleurs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 48:30


Des matières premières au commerce international, de l'approvisionnement alimentaire aux pénuries de produits de grande consommation, du creusement des inégalités aux transitions énergétique et numérique, la planète vit des crises économiques majeures aux implications parfois surprenantes. Éco d'ici, Éco d'ailleurs vous fait revivre cette année 2021 qui restera dans l'Histoire, comme la précédente, marquée par les conséquences dramatiques de la pandémie de Covid-19. Analyses, reportages, expertises de nos grands invités et les messages de quelques auditeurs: les meilleurs moments de votre émission résumés en un peu plus de 45 minutes.   Retrouvez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux :   https://www.facebook.com/RFIEco   https://twitter.com/RFI_eco     

The Horse Race
Episode 195: The crises at Mass. and Cass

The Horse Race

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 36:12


12/23/21--On the last episode of 2021, Steve and Lisa discuss their holiday plans that have largely been rearranged thanks to the brutal arrival of the Omicron variant. It's a reality confronting people across Massachusetts, and as folks plan to safely convene with friends and family, the lack of available COVID testing is making that near impossible. With case numbers rising across the country and here in Massachusetts, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu this week announced an indoor mask mandate. Meanwhile, Governor Charlie Baker unveiled a mask advisory, a move that, through the eyes of several public health advocates and political figures in the state, falls short. Joining Lisa to talk about the escalating public health crisis at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard (or Mass. and Cass.) are two reporters who have been following the situation for a while now. Tori Bedford is a reporter for GBH News, Sean Cotter for the Boston Herald. They explain the genesis of the tent city and open air drug market, which all began after the shutdown of the Long Island Bridge in 2014. Now, as the substance abuse, homelessness, and violence increase, and as the months get colder, the demand for adequate housing and resources becomes more dire. In the span of a little over a year, three Boston mayors have tried to adequately rectify the situation-- former Mayor Marty Walsh, acting Mayor Kim Janey, and current Mayor Michelle Wu. Tori and Sean break down each leader's approach and impact, and look ahead to Mayor Wu's plan not just for the immediate future, but for the long-term health and safety of the people who live there.

Le Média
Contre-Matinale #62 | 2021 : Bilan d'une année de crises et de combats

Le Média

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 47:19


Au programme de cette 63ème édition de la Contre-Matinale du Média, présentée ce jeudi 23 décembre par Théophile Kouamouo : · La titrologie : Retrouvez la traditionnelle rubrique dans laquelle nous analysons les unes de la presse mainstream et revenons sur leur vision de l'agenda médiatique. Puis, un petit focus sur différents contenus proposés par nos camarades de la galaxie des médias indépendants et alternatifs. · Année 2021, année de l'extrême droite ? Retour avec Thomas Portes L'année 2021 est-elle l'année de l'extrême droite ? On fait le point pour cette dernière contre-matinale avant 2022 avec Thomas Portes, Président de l'observatoire national de l'extrême droite. · Rejoignez notre QG de campagne ! Comme vous le savez, Le Média TV est dans une phase cruciale, qui conditionne sa survie : une campagne de dons de fin d'année. Nous avons besoin de vous, notre audience, pour ne pas crouler sous le déficit structurel qui est le lot des médias indépendants qui font le choix de ne pas dépendre des mécènes milliardaires ou de la publicité. Il s'agit pour vous de nous faire un don sur la plateforme OKPAL. Rendez-vous sur lemediatv.fr/soutien. Un don défiscalisé à 66% pour ceux qui paient des impôts sur le revenu. Ce qui signifie que si vous nous donnez 100 euros, il vous en coûte seulement 34. Rejoignez notre QG de campagne ! · Les salariés d'Auchan et Carrefour en grève : Depuis la fin de la semaine dernière, des employés Auchan et Carrefour ont entamé un mouvement de grève. Ils dénoncent des rémunérations trop faibles, mais aussi la fin des mises en location-gestion des enseignes partout en France, un processus qui permettrait à la firme de laisser la gestion des magasins et des travailleurs à des petits patrons tout en gardant le loyer et des bénéfices, et ainsi générer de grandes sommes pour les actionnaires. Des projets de réorganisation aux conséquences directes sur les salariés : suppression de postes, dégradation des conditions de travail, baisse de la qualité de service et augmentation des prix pour les clients… Vous pouvez retrouver la Contre-matinale en direct audio sur Mixlr : https://mixlr.com/le-media ▶ Soutenez Le Média :

Ad Law Access Podcast
State Attorneys General Address National Health Crises, One Person at a Time

Ad Law Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 4:14


Hosted by Simone Roach Some might have the mistaken impression that State AGs rarely delve into health related cases, believing them to be largely preempted by the FDA. However, these days there is little doubt that the Attorneys General are able to wield their Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practice laws with considerable weight in the health realm. As the Tobacco, Opioids, and now vaping health crises have developed, State AGs have been at the forefront to put a stop to marketing practices and obtain redress for those harms. The past several weeks we have seen interesting State AG developments as they have continued targeting individuals in their health enforcement actions. Blog Post - https://www.adlawaccess.com/2021/12/articles/state-attorneys-general-address-national-health-crises-one-person-at-a-time/ Contacts Paul L. Singer psinger@kelleydrye.com (202) 342-8672 Bio - https://www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Paul-L-Singer Beth Chun bchun@kelleydrye.com (202) 342-8671 Bio - https://www.kelleydrye.com/Our-People/Beth-Bolen-Chun Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center - https://www.kelleydrye.com/Advertising-and-Privacy-Law-Resource-Center The Advertising and Marketing and Privacy and Information Security practice groups at Kelley Drye have organized this Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center to help your company navigate the legal landscape. www.kelleydrye.com Produced and recorded by Jeff Scurry

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar
Palestra 91 – Ataques blasfemos a Jesus, enfermidades mentais e consumo de drogas, nesta era de crises simultâneas

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 107:12


De Nova York, respondendo a perguntas – palestra de Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar (19/12/21)

Blazing Trails
How Google's CEO Hopes Tech Can Solve World Crises: A Conversation With Sundar Pichai

Blazing Trails

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 27:37


Growing up in India, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai dreamed of working in Silicon Valley. Now he helms one of its most iconic companies. Sundar led the development of Google's most important products, including Chrome, Android, and Maps. The understated CEO with an oversized influence on the world is guiding the company into the future of AI development. This week on Blazing Trails, join Monica Langley, Salesforce EVP Global Strategic Affairs, as Sundar shares his passion for technology as an equalizing force to bring products to everyone, his optimism on how tech can help solve climate change and his fun experience with his son using AI to chat with Pluto.

Study Buddhist Treatises with Thubten Chodron - Bhikshuni Thubten Chodron

Exploring the practice of fortitude in terms of working with various crises that can arise in one's monastic life

Economic Ninja
Collapse In Shimao Bonds Could Be "More Devastating Than Debt Crises At Evergrande And Kaisa"

Economic Ninja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 7:07


We are watching a collapse in slow motion. https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/collapse-shimao-bonds-could-be-more-devastating-debt-crises-evergrande-and-kaisa Subscribe to #NinjaNation https://economicninja.org

ONU News
Panorama de Ação Humanitária 2022 foca em meninas e mulheres em emergências e crises

ONU News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 1:25


High Temperature Times™
Modern Crises in Refractory Supply Chain

High Temperature Times™

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 25:25


This holiday, finding items on your gift list can be a real hassle thanks to the complications in the supply chain brought on by the pandemic. Things are no different with the supply chain in refractory raw materials. Director of Procurement Jennifer Cunningham joins High Temperature Times™ this month to help understand what exactly is going on in the world that's leading to these raw material shortages. Also joining this month is Director of Monolithic Technologies Jeff Bogan, helping to elaborate on the challenges behind circumventing material shortages by qualifying new materials. For more information about the refractory supply chain or how it affects your orders or outages, contact us at Technical-Marketing@ThinkHWI.com.Be sure to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.High Temperature Times™ PODCAST DISCLAIMER This podcast was recorded and is made available by HarbisonWalker International, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “HWI”) solely for informational purposes. HWI is not providing or undertaking to provide any professional advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed or provided in this podcast (including by speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of HWI) are not necessarily those of HWI and may not be current. HWI DOES NOT MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY AS TO THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY OF THE INFORMATION, STATEMENTS, COMMENTS, VIEWS OR OPINIONS CONTAINED IN THIS PODCAST, AND ANY LIABILITY THEREFOR (INCLUDING IN RESPECT OF DIRECT, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER) IS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. HWI does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. No part of this podcast may, without HWI's prior written consent, be reproduced, redistributed, published, copied or duplicated in any form, by any means. 

The Steel on Steel Short Show with John Loeffler
Reuben Johnson: Simultaneous Global Crises

The Steel on Steel Short Show with John Loeffler

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 39:31


Russia is not doing great.  Neither is China.  The U.S. isn't faring much better.  What's going on around the world?  Back with us to take a look is Ukraine-based defense expert Reuben Johnson.  After examining Russia's buildup on Ukraine's border and possible imminent attack, he discusses Russia's impending economic disaster, China's demographic crisis – as well as ours, and how the majority of the world's superpowers are facing some sort of calamity.  He also covers the importance of learning and understanding history so as not to repeat mistakes and move forward strategically and intelligently. Enjoy the show? Help support this program. Buy John a coffee.   Want More? Listen to our daily Premium podcast and decades of archives when you subscribe at steelonsteel.com Show your support of Steel on Steel with branded apparel and accessories - Shop SOSGear!   Follow Us Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube   © 1990-2021 Steel on Steel Productions • All Rights Reserved • Contact Us

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 48: The Conclusion

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 22:14


The Book of Samuel II Episode 48: The Conclusion A special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the next, preferably in a havruta learning dynamic. However, the … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 48: The Conclusion first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 48: The Conclusion at Elmad Online Learning.

Going North Podcast
Ep. 440 – “Healer: Reducing Crises” with Elizabeth Power (@ElizabethPower)

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 41:42


“Don't be so determined to be miserable.” - Elizabeth Power Today's featured bestselling author is a sought-after speaker, facilitator, teacher, consultant, and the Founding Director of the Trauma Informed Academy, Elizabeth Power, M. Ed. Elizabeth and I talk about her entrepreneurial journey, helping people heal, and more!!!   Key Thing's You'll Learn: Some ways to help your brain heal. The antidote to self-sabotage. How Elizabeth discovered her gift of translating jargon to plain language.     Elizabeth's Site: https://www.elizabethpower.com/ Elizabeth's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Elizabeth-Power/e/B08N5D2527?ref_=dbs_p_pbk_r00_abau_000000   The opening track is titled "Parepare" by Marcus D. Be sure to visit his site and support his craft by clicking on the following link. https://marcusd.net/track/parepare   You May Also Like…   Ep. 330 – “A Long Way from Ordinary” with Ann Charles (@AnnWCharles): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-330-a-long-way-from-ordinary-with-ann-charles-annwcharles/   Ep. 364 – “7 Deadly Thoughts” with Pastor Travis Hall (@PastorTHall): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-364-7-deadly-thoughts-with-pastor-travis-hall-pastorthall/   220 – “Medical Intuition” with Wendie Colter (@PracticalPathUS): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/220-medical-intuition-with-wendie-colter-practicalpathus/   214 – “A Spoonful of Courage” with Dr. Charles Page (@cwpageauthor): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/214-a-spoonful-of-courage-with-dr-charles-page-cwpageauthor/   110 - "Self-Intelligence" with Jane Ransom (@TheJaneRansom): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/110-self-intelligence-with-jane-ransom-thejaneransom/   Ep. 360 – “Beyond Lovelyville” with Dr. Lin Morel (@drlinmorel): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-360-beyond-lovelyville-with-dr-lin-morel-drlinmorel/   48 - "Unlocking Greatness" with Charlie Harary (@CharlieHarary): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/48-unlocking-greatness-with-charlie-harary-charlieharary/

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 47: The Census

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 21:51


The Book of Samuel II Episode 47: The Census Podcast Overview: The book concludes with David’s ill-considered census, the ensuing plague and the building of an altar to God. (Samuel II 24:1-25) Download Source Sheet A special note to the … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 47: The Census first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 47: The Census at Elmad Online Learning.

Student Radio Maastricht
S04E31 Student Caving Crises 01 Dec 2021

Student Radio Maastricht

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 55:17


Today we go back in time and talk about the caving crises during the end of the neolithic age when nomadic / hunter-gatherer students came to learn about metal tools and 'modern art' of pottery making! (metal pollution everywhere!). This political satire is by no means to belittle the student housing crisis of the 21st century.

Student Radio Maastricht
S04E28 Student Housing Crises Maastricht 17 Nov 2021

Student Radio Maastricht

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 57:25


S04E28 Student Housing Crises Maastricht 17 Nov 2021 by Student Radio Maastricht

Endtime Ministries | End of the Age | Irvin Baxter

Today is the anniversary of the event that led to the United States' involvement in World War Two. We currently have three potential crises unfolding on the World Stage. Any of these three events could lead us into World War Three. Could the result of this global war usher in the Antichrist and the One-World Government?

Les matins
Cinquième vague à l'hôpital / De la difficulté de prédire les crises : à quoi sert l'économie ?

Les matins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 120:15


durée : 02:00:15 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - .

Sismique
#79 - Les crises de l'eau - EMMA HAZIZA

Sismique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 90:16


Emma Haziza est hydrologue, experte de l'adaptation aux risques climatiques, fondatrice et présidente de Mayane.L'eau c'est la vie... C'est la « ressource » sur laquelle notre civilisation entière repose. Et à force de la gaspiller et d'en altérer le cycle, l'eau est devenue un enjeu majeur de notre époque. Qu'est-ce qui se passe le jour ou l'eau ne coule plus ? Le jour ou les réserves sont à sec ? Qu'est-ce qui se passe quand au contraire il se met à tomber des trombes d'eau du ciel? Le problème est déjà très concret dans beaucoup d'endroits en fait, et il est généralement mal compris, mal géré et mal anticipé. L'eau a un lien direct avec l'agriculture et donc notre nourriture évidemment, mais aussi avec l'industrie, l'énergie, la géopolitique, avec à peu près tout en fait, à commencer simplement par la vie. ITW enregistrée le 3 novembre 2021Retrouvez tous les épisodes et les résumés sur https://www.sismique.fr/----Sismique est un podcast indépendant créé et animé par Julien Devaureix.Il s'agit d'une enquête sur les grands enjeux de notre époque pour explorer, se préparer et s'adapter à un monde en pleine mutation.

San Diego News Fix
Lack of public restrooms in San Diego cause health crises

San Diego News Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 8:14


A lack of public restrooms can become a public health problem. San Diego saw this in 2017 and 2018, when Hepatitis A sickened 600 people and killed 20. And the problem has come up again this year, when 38 people were infected with shigella. Journalist Bella Ross has more.

Playing The Inner Game
#32 Michael Campion - Quarter Life Crises and How Curiosity Leads To Wealth

Playing The Inner Game

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 73:03


*Turn the tables episode* This week sees a slight change in your regular programming as I vacate my usual role as host, and take on the role of guest. Historically, there have been other opportunities to record this type of episode but it never felt quite right. However, when an old friend of mine Jason Mountford got in touch to say he'd love to catch up and have me appear on his Spotify UK Top 20 Business podcast called The Hedge, previously known as The UK Money Podcast, I was very happy to oblige and accepted the invitation without hesitation. I think Jason did a wonderful job of probing the right areas for conversation, and I thank him for deeming my inner game, worthy of further exploration.Let me know what you think of the gear change, but either way Playing The Inner Game will be back to its regular format later in December, where I'll be bringing you more incredible entrepreneurial and inspirational guests that we can all learn from. Links:Youtube Trailer - The 3 Pillars for Achieving Wealth & Happiness w Michael Campionhttps://linktr.ee/thehedgeSpotify - The Hedge PodcastHome of the podcast:LinkedIn: @michaelxcampionInstagram: @michaelxcampionWeb:  www.michaelxcampion.comWeekly Newsletter  'Thursday Thoughts' www.michaelxcampion.com/subscribe

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
Michael Hyatt Reveals How To Create A Vivid Vision That Will Transform Your Business - Encore Presentation

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:18


Michael Hyatt shares the power of a compelling vision and how it can completely transform your business. Find out how to craft your Vision Script and turn it into a roadmap for your business's success, while giving you the perfect filter to avoid the trivial many and stay focused on the vital few. This is an encore presentation of an episode that aired on August 6, 2020. Michael tells the story of how he struggled early on when he and a partner started their own book publishing company. Michael's company had a lot of success and opportunity for the first few years, but a disastrous partnership led to them being $1.2 million in debt and having all their assets seized, leaving them with nothing. People don't always see the history of those who succeed. Great things come all of the time when we hit our low points. Never waste a good crisis. Crises are an opportunity to dig deep and be reflective. One of the major issues Michael had with his business was the lack of a clear vision as a company about where they were going. Without a clear vision it's very hard to discern the difference between a distraction and an opportunity. Michael's company found itself fracturing its focus and attention, spread its resources too thin and everything fell apart. Michael went back to work for Thomas Nelson and was given responsibility for one of the 14 divisions of the company, specifically the worst performing division in the whole company. This was where Michael first implemented the Vision Script and described what that division would need to be to turn it around. The Vision Script became so inspiring for the team that the division managed to become the highest performing division in the company in only 18 months and stayed that way for the next decade. No matter where you are in an organization as a leader, being a leader presupposes that you are leading people somewhere, which means you must have clarity and vision. There is a big difference between a Vision Script and a Vision Statement. A Vision Script is a detailed document that describes your future business in detail three to five years in the future written in the present tense. A Vision Script is broken down into four different sections. The team, the product, the marketing and sales, and finally the impact. This is essentially a whole brain description of your future vision. Before executing your vision, you have to create alignment in your organization around that vision. This is not something you can outsource as a leader, you need to do it yourself. Start with the highest level and then cascade it down. To get buy in from your team solicit their feedback. People buy into what they help create and this takes the burden off of you as a leader. Your Vision Script should be the first thing you check in at your annual planning meeting. You must have a cadence of review in your organization because vision leaks, you need to be constantly repeating the vision and reinforcing the path. When you come up with your annual goals, ask yourself what are the seven to ten things that will move you towards your vision and when they are deliverable. Your quarterly goals will inform your weekly priorities, and further down to your daily MIT's. Limiting yourself to three major goals each quarter is more effective than aiming for a higher number of goals at the same time. A vision helps you identify what you're going to focus on but it also allows you to exclude what you're not going to focus on if you use it as a filter. If something falls outside the scope of your vision, it becomes an easy “no”. Strategy answers the question how you are going to get from where you are to where you want to go, and should be revised as often as necessary. All progress begins with an honest assessment of where you currently are, because it's hard to move beyond where you are until you get honest about where you are. Establish hard boundaries around your work. When you restrict your work time you force yourself to get things done in the time allotted. With a clarity of vision you are able to create boundaries and choose what is the most important. In line with the Pareto Principle, what are the three actions that are going to drive the biggest results in your business? A lot of people think that to get more you've got to do more, but it's not what you do, it's about doing the right things. It all comes down to your vision which gives you the courage to say no to the trivial distractions. In order to serve your clients fully you have to be able to say no to lesser opportunities. Michael describes the systems he uses to protect his time and deliver his best every single day. Any structure is better than no structure at all. Michael has a powerful system of automation that simplifies his responses and saves him an incredible amount of time that anyone can apply. Michael uses the Power of No formula to make sure that he protects his time and honors his commitments without closing any doors permanently. People are used to not getting a response so they end up appreciating this kind of response. Most people can handle a no, what they can't handle is no response. People are vision starved. As a leader, if you have a clear, compelling vision you will be amazed at how confident you will show up and how well your team will respond.   Mentioned in this Episode: businessaccelerator.com/big bdhabits.com Michael Hyatt Reveals How To Create A Vivid Vision That Will Transform Your Business

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
Michael Hyatt Reveals How To Create A Vivid Vision That Will Transform Your Business - Encore Presentation

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 60:18


Michael Hyatt shares the power of a compelling vision and how it can completely transform your business. Find out how to craft your Vision Script and turn it into a roadmap for your business's success, while giving you the perfect filter to avoid the trivial many and stay focused on the vital few. This is an encore presentation of an episode that aired on August 6, 2020. Michael tells the story of how he struggled early on when he and a partner started their own book publishing company. Michael's company had a lot of success and opportunity for the first few years, but a disastrous partnership led to them being $1.2 million in debt and having all their assets seized, leaving them with nothing. People don't always see the history of those who succeed. Great things come all of the time when we hit our low points. Never waste a good crisis. Crises are an opportunity to dig deep and be reflective. One of the major issues Michael had with his business was the lack of a clear vision as a company about where they were going. Without a clear vision it's very hard to discern the difference between a distraction and an opportunity. Michael's company found itself fracturing its focus and attention, spread its resources too thin and everything fell apart. Michael went back to work for Thomas Nelson and was given responsibility for one of the 14 divisions of the company, specifically the worst performing division in the whole company. This was where Michael first implemented the Vision Script and described what that division would need to be to turn it around. The Vision Script became so inspiring for the team that the division managed to become the highest performing division in the company in only 18 months and stayed that way for the next decade. No matter where you are in an organization as a leader, being a leader presupposes that you are leading people somewhere, which means you must have clarity and vision. There is a big difference between a Vision Script and a Vision Statement. A Vision Script is a detailed document that describes your future business in detail three to five years in the future written in the present tense. A Vision Script is broken down into four different sections. The team, the product, the marketing and sales, and finally the impact. This is essentially a whole brain description of your future vision. Before executing your vision, you have to create alignment in your organization around that vision. This is not something you can outsource as a leader, you need to do it yourself. Start with the highest level and then cascade it down. To get buy in from your team solicit their feedback. People buy into what they help create and this takes the burden off of you as a leader. Your Vision Script should be the first thing you check in at your annual planning meeting. You must have a cadence of review in your organization because vision leaks, you need to be constantly repeating the vision and reinforcing the path. When you come up with your annual goals, ask yourself what are the seven to ten things that will move you towards your vision and when they are deliverable. Your quarterly goals will inform your weekly priorities, and further down to your daily MIT's. Limiting yourself to three major goals each quarter is more effective than aiming for a higher number of goals at the same time. A vision helps you identify what you're going to focus on but it also allows you to exclude what you're not going to focus on if you use it as a filter. If something falls outside the scope of your vision, it becomes an easy “no”. Strategy answers the question how you are going to get from where you are to where you want to go, and should be revised as often as necessary. All progress begins with an honest assessment of where you currently are, because it's hard to move beyond where you are until you get honest about where you are. Establish hard boundaries around your work. When you restrict your work time you force yourself to get things done in the time allotted. With a clarity of vision you are able to create boundaries and choose what is the most important. In line with the Pareto Principle, what are the three actions that are going to drive the biggest results in your business? A lot of people think that to get more you've got to do more, but it's not what you do, it's about doing the right things. It all comes down to your vision which gives you the courage to say no to the trivial distractions. In order to serve your clients fully you have to be able to say no to lesser opportunities. Michael describes the systems he uses to protect his time and deliver his best every single day. Any structure is better than no structure at all. Michael has a powerful system of automation that simplifies his responses and saves him an incredible amount of time that anyone can apply. Michael uses the Power of No formula to make sure that he protects his time and honors his commitments without closing any doors permanently. People are used to not getting a response so they end up appreciating this kind of response. Most people can handle a no, what they can't handle is no response. People are vision starved. As a leader, if you have a clear, compelling vision you will be amazed at how confident you will show up and how well your team will respond.   Mentioned in this Episode: businessaccelerator.com/big bdhabits.com Michael Hyatt Reveals How To Create A Vivid Vision That Will Transform Your Business

Plucking Up with Liz Bohannon
#58 Molly Stillman on Knowing You're Not Alone Amidst Crises

Plucking Up with Liz Bohannon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 50:50


Like many entrepreneurs who really suffered economically because of the pandemic, Molly Stillman's business tanked in the last 20 months. Molly is the founder and creator of Still Being Molly, an ethical fashion and lifestyle blog, and the host of the “Business with Purpose” podcast, which she started in 2016. Having walked a hilly and mountainous road for many years, Molly talks to me about how she's able to keep the faith and know that it will be okay. In this episode, Molly shares about a wildly challenging season in her life that she would define as a season of plucking up financially. Her pluck ups lead to secrecy and shame and even more plucking up. If you've ever had pluck ups around money -- or really just any pluck up that's made you so embarrassed that you hide in shame, I think you'll find so much comfort and inspiration in this episode. Check out Molly's work at https://www.stillbeingmolly.com -- Love the podcast? Please follow us or subscribe for FREE, rate, and leave us a review! Follow Liz on Instagram: @lizbohannon @ssekodesigns. This podcast is produced by Hueman Group Media. Follow us on IG @huemangroupmedia and Twitter @hueman_media. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pluckingup/message

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 46: David’s Mighty Men

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 23:49


The Book of Samuel II Episode 46: David’s Mighty Men Podcast Overview: David’s final words are followed by a list of his mighty warriors. (Samuel II 23:1-39) Download Source Sheet A special note to the listener: In general, listeners are … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 46: David's Mighty Men first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 46: David’s Mighty Men at Elmad Online Learning.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
COI #197: Biden Watches as US Created Crises in Yemen & Afghanistan Kills Children

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 80:06


On COI #197, Kyle Anzalone breaks down the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. The World Bank and UN are attempting to deliver aid to the Afghans. However, U.S. sanctions continue to prevent the aid from reaching suffering people. Back in Washington., Biden is figuring out what to do with the $7 billion held by the Fed in an account for the collapsed, formerly U.S. backed, Kabul government. Vultures in Congress are attempting to repurpose the funds to aid Ukraine. The Biden administration's main concern in Afghanistan is preventing the Taliban from gaining “recognition,” not preventing the Afghan childrens' impending mass starvation. Kyle updates the raging war in Yemen. Saudi Arabia continues to hammer the starving people with airstrikes. Despite Biden's pledge early in his administration, the US continues to support the Saudi-UAE war effort. The UN is now warning that 377,000 Yemenis will have died by the end of this year, most being children under the age of five who starved to death.  Kyle discusses the military's falling approval rating. In past years, the Pentagon was America's most trusted institution. However, countless failures have led to the public's waning trust. Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD

Conflicts of Interest
Biden Watches as US Created Crises in Yemen & Afghanistan Kills Children

Conflicts of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 80:06


On COI #197, Kyle Anzalone breaks down the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. The World Bank and UN are attempting to deliver aid to the Afghans. However, U.S. sanctions continue to prevent the aid from reaching suffering people. Back in Washington., Biden is figuring out what to do with the $7 billion held by the Fed in an account for the collapsed, formerly U.S. backed, Kabul government. Vultures in Congress are attempting to repurpose the funds to aid Ukraine. The Biden administration's main concern in Afghanistan is preventing the Taliban from gaining “recognition,” not preventing the Afghan childrens' impending mass starvation. Kyle updates the raging war in Yemen. Saudi Arabia continues to hammer the starving people with airstrikes. Despite Biden's pledge early in his administration, the US continues to support the Saudi-UAE war effort. The UN is now warning that 377,000 Yemenis will have died by the end of this year, most being children under the age of five who starved to death.  Kyle discusses the military's falling approval rating. In past years, the Pentagon was America's most trusted institution. However, countless failures have led to the public's waning trust. Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD  

Le podcast des Maternelles
J'ai été tyrannisée par mon enfant

Le podcast des Maternelles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 31:35


Marion est la maman de 2 enfants : sa fille a 14 ans, son fils en a 11. Elle a vécu un véritable enfer pendant 10 ans avec sa fille aînée : dès toute petite, elle a complètement pris le pouvoir à la maison, au point de lui dicter ses gestes et la manière d'exprimer. Elle vivait dans la peur de ses réactions parfois très violentes. Elle a aujourd'hui mis un mot sur ses troubles et créé une association venant en aides aux parents concernés : l'association « R.E.A.C.T » : Réagir face aux Enfants et Adolescents à Comportement Tyrannique. https://www.association-react.com/ Dr Nathalie Franc, pédopsychiatre au CHU de Montpellier où elle a créé une consultation sur mesure pour les enfants à comportement tyrannique. Elle est également auteure des livres Accompagner les parents d'enfants tyranniques chez Dunod et Crises de colère de l'enfant et de l'adolescent chez Ellipses. Elle répond à vos questions.

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 45: The Song of Triumph

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 22:51


The Book of Samuel II Episode 45: The Song of Triumph Podcast Overview: An epic poem of triumph reminds us of David’s trust in God. (Samuel II 22:1-51) Download Source Sheet A special note to the listener: In general, listeners … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 45: The Song of Triumph first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 45: The Song of Triumph at Elmad Online Learning.

Ebro in the Morning Podcast
Ebro In The Morning - Cuomo Crises + White-Ish Wednesday

Ebro in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 71:08


Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura Stylez star in HOT97's flagship program Ebro in the Morning - this episode aired on 12/1. Ebro and the crew talk about the recent Cuomo-Crises (12), the crew tests if they know white sh*t (40) and they test out whose ride or die (9)!  Click here to learn about the Hot 97 - Securing the Future initiative.  Please like and subscribe to Ebro In The Morning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 44: David’s Legacy: Pledges Kept and Giants Defeated

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 21:22


The Book of Samuel II Episode 44: David’s Legacy: Pledges Kept and Giants Defeated Podcast Overview: The final four chapters of the book provide us with a retrospect of David and his reign. (Samuel II 21:1-22) Download Source Sheet A … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 44: David's Legacy: Pledges Kept and Giants Defeated first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 44: David’s Legacy: Pledges Kept and Giants Defeated at Elmad Online Learning.

Finding Genius Podcast
The FDA's Drug Approval Process, Reliance on Political Science, and Its Shortcomings in the Handling of Modern Crises with John Droz

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 61:16


Can the FDA and current scientific medical establishment be trusted? Based on recent events, they may not be the pillar of honestly and health they have postured to be. Listen in to learn: Who is to blame for scientific misunderstandings Why the establishment does not discuss the immune system Why alternative treatments may have been censored John Droz, a Physicist and Environmental Advocate, shares what he has learned from research into the causes and bad actors in current scientific explanations.  While many of us think we understand and are active in the nature of science, it has really become political science rather than what it was created to do. Since we do not have a good understanding, it leaves the population vulnerable to misinformation and dangerous omissions. With the FDA being so tied into the current medical establishment, it leaves it vulnerable to falling victim to the same traps as the general population. Moreover, since the establishment controls the FDA, which regulates the approval of new drugs, the establishment influences how we perceive effective treatment.  Email aaprjohn@northnet.org for more information and access to the newsletter. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
Preventing Surgery & Mental Health Crises Dr. Robert Cywes - Episode 1971

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 71:28


: Episode 1971 - On this Friday show, pediatrician and bariatric surgeon Dr. Robert Cywes joins Vinnie to discuss preventing surgery with diet, obesity as a substance abuse problem, mental health crises, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2021/11/preventing-surgery-mental-health-crises-dr-robert-cywes-episode-1971 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS PREVENTING SURGERY Dr. Cywes is a surgeon. He does many bariatric surgeries -- gastric bypass surgeries. However, he only does surgeries when they're necessary. Surgery is not an alternative to a lifestyle change. We can PREVENT surgeries through lifestyle changes, like healthy, low-carb eating. Dr. Cywes does see a good number of children getting gastric bypass-like surgeries. Surgeries *can* be a necessary step for changing one's life. But really, we're seeing kids begin insulin resistance at age 5. THIS is what we need to change. MENTAL HEALTH CRISES Eating carbohydrates and consuming nicotine are used by kids as way to cope with emotional problems. Many kids use these drugs because they are riddled with anxiety. We can help these feelings -- drugs like sugar and nicotine are NOT answers, they just do more harm. We need to discuss the mental health epidemic among young poeple. Obesity is a substance abuse problem. FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 [the_ad id="17480"] PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH!   FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.nsngfoods.com